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Athletic Department announces Spring Physical Night Fund Raiser April 14th

IU/MED Doctors will be available in the Delphi Community HS Gymnasium April 14th from 5:30 pm to 8 pm donating time to the Athletic Department. Physicals will be available to all students at this time in preparing for the 2015-16 Athletic Season. The Physicals will be $25 each and all proceeds will then go to the Athletic Department to

Oracles win regular season finale

by John J. Dunn, Contributing Sportswriter Delphi honored its seven seniors in their regular season finale, and they came through with a strong performance combining for 40 points in the 47-40 victory over North White Friday at DCHS. Adam Shanks nearly had his first career double-double, posting career highs in both points (11) & rebounds

Boys’ Sectional draw announced

by John J. Dunn, Contributing Sportswriter The IHSAA announced the pairings Sunday afternoon for the 105th annual Boys’ Basketball State Tournament, slated to start Tuesday, March 3rd. Delphi will host the 5-team Sectional 34 and will open against North Judson Tuesday, March 3rd. Rensselaer will then face North Newton in the first game on Friday,

Delphi Falls To Pioneer

by John J. Dunn, Contributing Sportswriter The Oracles held a 20-15 lead at halftime Saturday in a slower-paced contest, but could not hold on in a game that was much closer than the 46-37 final score would indicate. With the Panthers playing a tough 2-3 zone, Delphi trailed 9-6 with 6:01 left in the half

Oracles Defeated By The Blue Devils

by John J. Dunn, Contributing Sportswriter Playing without Ross due to illness, the Oracles fell to Class 2A #11-ranked Tipton last Tuesday in their final Hoosier Conference game of the year. Delphi never led in the contest, falling behind 7-0 at the start before trailing 16-11 at the end of the 1st period, but staying

Oracles soar past Falcons

by John J. Dunn, Contributing Sportswriter Delphi made a season-high 14 3-pointers in a 72-48 rout of Frontier Friday night at DCHS in a record-setting night for senior point guard Brent Hawn. Hawn scored a game-high 30 points on 10-of-14 shooting from 3-point range and became just the eighth Oracle to surpass 1,000 career points, while

Indians big quarter dooms Oracles

by John J. Dunn, Contributing Sportswriter   Delphi won two of the four quarters and was tied at halftime against Twin Lakes, but its Hoosier Conference rival outscored the Oracles 16-4 during the decisive 3rd period to come away with a 65-54 victory last Tuesday at DCHS.   Similar to last year, the Indians jumped

Mote Is Heading to State

The Delphi wrestling team took 5 wrestlers to Merrilliville wrestling Semi State.   Hunter Mote was the only one to advance to the Individual State Finals in Indianapolis this weekend.  He did this by winning his first match by fall in a time of 5:31.  In the go to round Mote won by major decision

Delphi’s cold shooting night leads them to loss in Sectional semifinals

By Clay Maxfield The Lady Oracles went into Friday night with high hopes of winning the first girls basketball sectional in years and their first stepping stone in their way to that infamous title of North Judson who was 1 of the other 4 teams that went into the tourney with a record below .500.

Delphi Defuses The Bombers

by John J. Dunn, Contributing Sportswriter The Oracles defeated Rensselaer 54-42 in a Hoosier Conference matchup on Saturday.   The Bombers (12-5) took an early 5-4 lead before Walters answered with a driving layup to again give Delphi a lead it would not relinquish.   The Oracles used three straight baskets from Ross to close