Archive - Jan 19, 2012 - Sports Article
SOUTH WHITLEY â Whitkoâs Lady Wildcat basketball team defeated Wawasee for the first time in eight years Tuesday night, 68-24.
The Lady Wildcats were 1-11 against the Lady Warriors in the last decade, including a nine-game losing streak.
Wawaseeâs stand-out KiLee Kna-fel, who averages over 30 points-per-game, was held to just one point in the first half against Whitko and 12 for the game.
The Lady Wildcats jumped out to a 12-2 lead in the first quarter and again held Wawasee to two points in the second, while adding nine points to their score.
HUNTERTOWN â Car-roll, which lost narrowly to Homestead recently in the Northeast Hoosier Conference meet, defeated both Columbia Cityâs boys and girls swim teams Tuesday night.
The Eagle boys lost 182-111 and the girls were defeated 196-89.
The Chargers won every event but three, the boys 50 and 100-yard freestyle and the girls 50 free.
Cole Smith, who won the conference meet in the 50-yard free, won by two seconds over his closest opponent. Smith also took the 100 free by over a second.
GARRETT â Garrett Railroaders wrestling celebrated senior night Wednesday with a victory over visiting Columbia City, 42-27.
âI was proud of the guys. I thought they really wrestled well,â Columbia City Head Coach Blane Culp said.
A Garrett forfeit at 182 pounds gave the Eagles a 6-0 advantage to start the match.The first action on the mat was the 195-pound weight class, with Russell Hazelet facing Railroader Austin Gibson. Hazelet took it to all three periods before losing by a score of 17-3, cutting the Eaglesâ lead to 6-4.