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All Teams Schedule: Week of Sep 17 – Sep 23

Sep 17 Girls Varsity Golf at IHSAA Sectional TBA   Sep 17 Boys Junior Varsity Football vs. Woodlan Jr-Sr High School CANCELED – Woodlan Jr-Sr High School 6:00 pm | Southern Wells Jr-Sr High School Sep 18 Girls 8th Grade Volleyball at West Jay Middle School West Jay Middle School 5:00 pm | West Jay

Southern Wells football shut out at Monroe Central

By RICK SPRUNGER FARMLAND-One bad quarter. That was all that separated Southern Wells from the third-ranked team in Class A Friday night. The Raiders journeyed to Monroe Central and came out on the short end of a 26-0 defeat at the hands of their undefeated hosts in a light but steady rain that fell throughout.

Outside the huddle: Mason Huffman

By JOSH BURRIS Mason Huffman is a 6-foot, 170-pound senior on Southern Wells’ football team. He plays quarterback and defensive back. Mason Huffman In the Raiders’ first two games, Huffman threw for 257 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions. He also rushed for 66 yards and two touchdowns. Favorite music artist: I like old rock and

JH XC Places 3rd and 4th at Oak Hill Invite!

The JH Boys and Girls Cross Country teams both competed at the Oak Hill Invitational lining up against 10 and 9 teams respectively. The temperature at the course read 96 degrees at race time, so it was a scorcher. Both teams showed grit and determination as they ran and made their coaches proud. The girls

Southern Wells football defeated by Jay County

By PAUL BEITLER PORTLAND — After the Southern Wells Raiders’ strong showing in the first quarter, the Jay County Patriots scored the next 41 points to break open Friday night’s Allen County Athletic Conference opener for each team. The Class 4A Jay County (2-1) ended up winning the football game 51-19. Class A Southern Wells

Raiders lose homecoming game to Bruins

By ANDREW FEEBACK Two turnovers in the third quarter proved costly for the Southern Wells Raiders, as they saw an early second-half lead disappear in a 28-14 home loss to the Blackford Bruins Friday night. Southern Wells dropped to 1-1, while Blackford evened its record at 1-1. The Raiders led 14-7 before a fumble and

Raiders delight home fans, shut out Fremont

By Paul Beiter – News Banner   After hours of learning the new Veer offensive schemes of first-year head coach Greg Mose, the Southern Wells Raiders passed their initial test by romping over the Fremont Eagles 42-0 on Friday night at Carnes Field. “I’m so proud of these kids for the work they put in