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Football Takes A Hit To Twin Lakes

The Delphi Oracles football team lost Friday’s away conference game against Twin Lakes by a score of 64-34. Delphi quarterback Westin Windell was 28 of 55 for 317 yards and three TDs. Clint Rude rushed for a pair of scores. Delphi will be hosting the Clinton Prairie Gophers this Friday for Homecoming and will be

Volleyball Sweeps Up Tri-County

The Delphi volleyball team hosted Tri-County last night and defeated them by a score of 3-1. Myka Roth led the team with 18 kills, had 14 assists, 2 blocks and 3 aces. Charlie Holliday had 10 kills, 3 aces and 17 assists. Bailey Gasser had 9 kills, 5 aces and 3 blocks. The girls will

Boys Soccer suffers heartbreaker

The Oracles were hit with a 2-1 loss in the first round of the Hoosier Conference Tournament on Thursday evening. Despite a goal in the first half from sophomore Daniel Jakes to put Delphi ahead, Tipton responded with a goal in the middle of the second half and put away another in the closing minutes

Delphi Tennis Falls To Twin Lakes

The Delphi Oracle tennis team traveled to Monticello to face the Twin Lakes Indians. The Oracles were lead by newcomer Vladamir Danicic as he won his singles match vs Spencer Andrews. Colin Edging and Marcus Austin won their doubles match vs Alex Halsen and Blake Harper. The Oracles were defeated 3-2 and will be back

Delphi Volleyball Falls Against Carroll

The Delphi Oracles traveled to the land of the Cougars last night for another match up of the season. The Oracles were defeated in 3 sets by scores of 25-5, 25-17, and 25-20. The Oracles will be back in action again tomorrow night here at Delphi starting at 6:00 pm vs the Tri-County Cavaliers.

Boys Soccer and Winamac draw

The Oracles tied non-conference opponent Winamac at home Tuesday evening 0-0. Despite several breakthroughs on offense, Delphi had difficulty capitalizing on the opportunities. On the defensive side, junior center back Dean Hampton had an excellent game helping to lead the defense to its third shutout of the season. The team moves to 3-3-1 overall. Delphi is set to take on

Berto Field gains new focal point

Berto Field gains new focal point By: Kain Myer As Oracle fans enter Berto field this year to enjoy a football game, they may notice something new. Now at the entrance of our beautiful football field lies the new “O-Pride Rock.” This new rock not only represents the legacy of the Delphi football program, but

Undefeated 1964 Team Honored at Bacon Bowl

Undefeated 1964 team honored at Bacon Bowl By: Kain Myer Delphi’s undefeated 1964 football team was honored at the annual Bacon Bowl on Friday, Aug. 29. With possibly the best attendance at Berto Field for a football game, spectators watched as the courageous members of the ’64 team proudly walked onto Berto Field one more

Star City Marching Band Contest

The Marching Oracle Pride and Guard will be performing at 4:30pm at the Star City Marching Invitational on Saturday Sept. 13.  The competition will be held at Lafayette Jefferson High School.  The Marching Oracle Pride and Guard will be competing against the Tri-County Cavaliers.

Boys Soccer falls to Taylor

Delphi Boys Soccer suffered a 2-0 defeat against non-conference opponent Taylor High School Saturday morning. Despite a valiant effort from the defense and in particular senior goalkeeper Brayton Slifer, the Taylor offense scored a goal in each half to overcome the Oracles. This moves the team to 3-3 on the year. The Oracles will look