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Volleyball sectionals review

For the volleyball sectional, the girls had to travel to Clinton Prairie. There waiting for them were the Seeger Patriots.  The game ended up with a 3-0 loss, with Seeger advancing. The main stat that hurt the Oracles the most was the fact they had 21 ball handling errors. Seeger, on the other hand, only

Boys’ basketball preview

The Oracles are back again and are ready to play. After losing five seniors last year, they look to keep on building off of the legacy that those seniors left. The boys’ basketball team is going to try to get above .500 at the end of the season, after falling just short of that last

Girls’ golf sectional review

The girls’ golf team went to sectionals with only three girls on their roster, Abigail Bieghler, Bella Smith and Peyton Resler. Due to their inability to bring four golfers, the girls were ineligible to post a team score. However, on an 18 hole course, the girls did well, scoring a 131, 139 and a 147,

Girls’ basketball preview

Coming off of a sectional championship, the Lady Oracles desire to be in that spot again. Last year’s senior class consisted of three starters along with several role players, but this team should still have a sky high potential. The girls will be sustained this year by returning playmakers senior Katherine Lang, senior Emily Jakes

Swimming preview

The Oracle swim team brought in a new coach this year, Coach Fred Schorm. Coach Schorm brought three goals: get a good turnout, start new traditions, and improve upon the swimmers’ times. Between the team almost doubling last year’s numbers as well as incorporating new traditions, such as the signing of the kickboard and the

Boys’ cross country sectional review

The boys’ cross country team was able to fill out a full team for Sectionals this year for the first time in several years. Therefore, they could then qualify for team competition. Junior Max Kender was able to be the first Delphi runner to cross the finish line, with a time of 19:08. Max was

Boys’ tennis sectional review

The Oracles got past the first round of sectionals with a bye, but lost to Twin Lakes 0-5, who later lost to Western 2-3. The Oracles were 5-8 this season, picking up wins against Rensselaer, Carroll, Maconaquah, Taylor, and Carroll, again. The team will graduate seniors Braxton Thompson and Hayden Welk.

Where’s Indiana’s Toughest Place to Play? – Presented by VNN

Last month we asked our network to share the places in their state that they thought were the toughest to visit. Nearly 500 stadiums, gyms, pools, and courses were nominated, and now it’s time to crown a winner. Where’s the Toughest Place to Play in the Hoosier State? Where’s Indiana’s Toughest Place to Play? John

Oracle Football heads into Sectional with Momentum

Homecoming and Senior Night both proved to be owned by the Oracles. The Oracles defeated Benton Central on a drizzly evening in front of a big crowd during Homecoming on October 6th in a close game decided at the Goal Line as the defense turned back a 2 point conversion to secure the victory. Senior

Event Recap: Week of October 7 – October 13

Saturday, Oct 7th Boys Varsity Cross Country Sectional @ Harrison (WL) N/A Girls Varsity Cross Country Sectional @ Harrison (WL) N/A Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball @ Seeger High School N/A Girls Varsity Volleyball @ Seeger High School N/A Sunday, Oct 8th No event results Monday, Oct 9th Girls 7th Grade Volleyball vs. Southwestern N/A Girls