North Newton senior Brett Ewing has ended his college football recruiting and has signed his National Letter of Intent to play football at the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Illinois.
ROYAL CENTER—Taking on the top ranked team in the state for Class A, South Newton knew they had their hands full Friday night in the first round of sectional play.
WHITING—North Newton held the high powered Whiting offense to just seven points in the first half, but the second half was a different story as the Spartans fell to the Oilers 34-7 in the firs…
WOLCOTT—After watching Tri-County celebrate the first ever championship in the re-established Midwest Conference last season, North Newton was able to turn the tables this year with a 30-6 win…
MOROCCO—With a 47-14 win over North White Friday night, North Newton set the way for another showdown with Tri-County in the last week of the regular season for the Midwest Conference title.
MONON—South Newton got off to a quick start against North White, but the Vikings’ size was too much and wore down the Rebels’ in the second half for a 65-8 win Friday night.
KENTLAND—Covington scored 27 points in the first quarter and held a 41-0 lead at halftime as the Trojans rolled to a 58-0 win over South Newton Friday night.
MOROCCO—North Newton rushed for just under 400 yards and scored on five of its first six possessions for a 49-16 win over Frontier in a Midwest Conference showdown Friday night.
KENTLAND—Tri-County rushed for more than 500 yards, and picked off five passes en route to a convincing 68-0 win over South Newton Friday night.
Ben Vanderwall and Colin Wagner combined for 220 yards rushing but it wasn’t enough as a fourth quarter score by Kankakee Valley proved to be the difference in a 16-13 loss Friday night.
HAMMOND—The North Newton (2-1) defense recorded its first shutout of the season by blanking Hammond Gavit 21-0 in a game that started Friday night but was postponed until Saturday morning beca…
RENSSELAER — North Newton’s strategy was simple Friday night: Stop Rensselaer Central’s vaunted running game and force the Bombers to go through the air.
KENTLAND—West Central (2-0) racked up more than 550 yards of total offense en route to a convincing 70-6 over South Newton (0-2) Friday night.
Coming off their first sectional championship in decades, the North Newton Spartans are looking for even bigger things this season under new head coach Scott Rouch.
After a one year hiatus, the annual Newton County North/South rivalry game resumed this past Friday night as the North Newton Spartans picked up their second consecutive win over South Newton 41-6.