Delphi Community Boys 8th Grade Football

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Delphi Football Tackles Cancer

The HS football players and cheerleaders are currently selling Pink “Tackle Cancer” tee shirts through this Friday. Shirts will be delivered in time for Senior Night/Pink Out Night on October 3rd (October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month). Sizes are Youth Small-Adult 4XL. Price is $10, all proceeds go to Cancer Research. Payment due at time of order. Cash or

9/22/2014 DCHS Featured Athlete of the Week

The featured athlete of this week is Daniel Jakes. Daniel is a sophomore. He is a member of the football, soccer, basketball, and the track & field team. Daniel has been playing sports for ” as long as he can remember.” When asked if he was taught any life lessons from playing sports Daniel replied,

Football Takes Down The Gophers

The Delphi Football Team won their match up against the Clinton Prairie Gophers Friday night. In the first quarter senior Mason Lane received a 44 yard pass from Weston Windell to give the Oracles a touchdown. Senior Trevor Cox had 2 touchdowns for a total of 81 receiving yards and Sophomore Dylan Hart had a

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

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