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Girls track splits senior night meet

The Girls Track Team finished 2nd to Elkhart Central and ahead of St. Joe in a three way meet Tuesday.  The Eagles scored 58 points.  Central had 66 and St. Joe 33.   Winners for Adams include the 400 Realy teams of Tajea Fair, Cathriine Mittiga, Ashley Punch, Jessiyah Lottie.  Fair won the 300 hurdles while

Tennis drops close match to Penn

The Girls Tennis team lost a hard fought match to Penn Tuesday 3 to 2.  Winners for the Lady Eagles were Lenna Mariani At Number 2 Singles, and  Adiyah Williams at number 3 Singles. The JV lost 9-1. the Lone winner for Adams was Caroline Hickey and Bari Lutz ant Number 1 singles. The team drops their

Softball back on winning track

The Varsity Softball team broke their 4 game losing streak with a 13-3, 5 inning win over Clay. The Eagles banged out 17 hits including a home run by Megan Bonk.  Bonk also doubled for the Eagles. 4 others also  hit doubles for the Eagles including Mackenzie Shields, Brittany Martens, Halle Meredith and Sydney Birch.

Tennis keeps rolling

The Varsity Girls Tennis team keep their season rolling along as they defeated John Glenn Monday 4-1. Winners for Adams were  Cassie Copeland at Number 1 Singles,  Adiyah Williams at Number 3 Singles, The number 1 Doubles team of  Sarah Konkey and Alicia Porile, and the Number 2 Doubles team of Alaina Strafford and Mia

Softball drops another game at LaPorte Invitational

The Varsity Softball team dropped their 4th straight game  Saturday after a 12-4 loss  to Lowell at the Laporte Invitational. Megan Bonk went 2-4 with a double and a single.  The second game against Laporte was cancelled due to the weather. The Lady Eagles are now 10-6 on the season and will host  Clay on Monday

Softball drops opening game at Laporte Invitational

The Softball team lost another Heartbreaker on Friday after dropping a 6-5 decision to Rochester in the opening game of the Laporte Invitational. Brittany Martens homered for Adams.  Mary Landis took the Los for the Eagles. who drop to 10-5. The will play both LaPorte and Lowell tomorrow in the Slicer Invitational.    

Baseball breaks 4 game losing streak

The Varsity Baseball team broke a 4 game losing streak Friday with a 8 to 1 over Jimtown.  Spencer Nelson and Noa Kakalia each had three hits for the Eagles Cooper Lee went the distance on the mound and gave up only 3 hits while striking out 6. The team improves to 5-8 overall and

Softball loses 2nd straight

The Varsity Softball Team lost their 2nd straight game Thursday with a 12-4 loss to Jimtown at LaSalle Field. Brittany Martens and Mackenzie Shields each had doubles for the Eagles who could only mange 4 hits. Mary Landis took the loss in the circle. The loss drops the team to 10-4 overall and 5-3 in

Tennis wins again

The Girls Tennis Team continued their winning ways Thursday with a 5-0 shutout of Mishawaka. Winners for Adams included Cassie Copeland at Number 1 singles, Leena Mariani at number 2 singles, Adiyah Williams at number 3 singles, Alicia Porile and Sarah Konkey at Number 1 doubles, and the Number 2 doubles team of Aliana Strafford

Williams signs letter of intent

Greg Williams, has signed a letter of intent to play at Northwest Tech in Kansas. He was a 4 year varsity player and played club at Jr. Irish and Indiana Invaders. He plans on playing soccer and majoring in Engineering  Congrats  Greg!!!!!