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Eastbrook Cheerleading Clinic

The Eastbrook High School Varsity Cheerleaders will be hosting a cheerleading clinic on September 15, 16, 17 for Grades K-6 . The Varsity cheerleaders will be teaching the fundamentals of cheer, sideline cheer and the school fight song. Come out to the Football game September 18th to support the future Cheerleaders of Eastbrook as they

Panthers Roll Over Vikings

The Eastbrook football team appears to be in mid-season form after another strong showing in week 2 of the 2015 season. The Panthers cruised to their second straight victory, this time over Class 5A Huntington North, by a score of 48-7. The Vikings had no answer for the ground game Eastbrook brought out for its

Boys Earn Tough Win Over Warriors 2-1

The Eastbrook boys soccer team rebounded nicely from their first loss of the season as they earned a hard-fought win over a physical Fort Wayne Woodlan team 2-1. The Panthers were playing without their leading goal scorer, Adam Siegelin, who sat out with a pulled muscle suffered in the Eastern game two days prior. The

2015 Lapel Invitational

The Lady Panthers played their first 18-hole tournament of the season on August 15 at the Lapel Invitational.  Scoring for the Panthers were Jenna Boucher at 116, Reilly Vore at 117, Haylee Bright at 119 and Maggie McLaughlin.  

2015 Lady Panthers in rebuilding season

The 2015 girls golf season is underway and the Lady Panthers are in a rebuilding mode.  Coach Adlai Deisler, in his 2nd season with the girls team, has four enthusiastic freshman and one returning senior.  “We are going to be young and this is kind of going to be a rebuilding year for us,” Eastbrook coach

Panthers place 5th at CIC on Saturday

The Panthers finished 5th with 472 on Saturday at the Marion Elks in the CIC conference tournament.  Senior Reilly Vore led scoring for the team with 107, followed by Jenna Boucher at 109 and Haylee Bright with 117.  Maggie McLaughlin rounded out the team’s score.  Vore was named to the All-CIC team, with both Boucher

Oak Hill Tops Lady Panthers 223-240

Freshmen players Jenna Boucher, Haylee Bright and Maggie McLaughlin all had season-low rounds for the Panthers as they faced Oak Hill on August 20 at Arbor Trace.  Arbor Trace is the home course for both teams. Boucher had a 53, which was the lowest nine-hole score on the team so far this season. Bright had

Comets beat Panthers 4-0; JV wins 1-0

The Eastbrook Panthers boys soccer team came into this season having to replace 9 seniors who graduated last year, 7 of them starters. Any time a team has to do that, you can expect a few things: Kids will step up when they need to, and there will be a few growing pains along the way.

Summer with Cheer!

This summer the EHS Cheerleaders attended Cheer Camp at Ball State University. The girls came in 5th place out of the entire camp which had squads from Ohio and Illinois along with cheer squads from all over Indiana. Eastbrook Varsity cheerleaders were 1 of 5 teams out of the camp who received an invitation to


Imagine staring across the ring at Mike Tyson, across the octagon at Ronda Rousey, across the floor at Lebron James.  In any of those situations, you realize there will not be surprises thrown your way, just the tried and true, the things that define these competitor’s success. I imagine this was the feeling of the