Archive - Jan 30, 2012 - Sports Article
SOUTH WHITLEY Ââ Without scoring a single field goal in the fourth quarter, senior Logan Irwin and junior Alex Stoddard combined for 46 points in Whitkoâs 72-52 win over Wabash Friday.
Stoddard scored 10 of the Wildcatsâ 21 first quarter points, while Wabash only tallied 11.
Whitkoâs defense held the Apaches to 11 points again in the second period while Stoddard and Irwin combined for 14 of the âCats 18.
The Wildcats built on their 39-22 halftime lead in the third quarter with nine points from Irwin, four from Stoddard and four from Gabe Powell.
NEW HAVEN â Columbia Cityâs girls basketball team began the 2011-12 season expected to finish at the bottom of the conference.
Lady Eagle Head Coach Amy Shearer had different plans for the team, making the teamâs goal to prove the polls wrong.
âWe were not going to finish last in the conference, that was a big goal for us after the polls came out,â Shearer said.
With Saturdayâs 55-34 win over New Haven, Col. City finished the season 3-4 in the NHC, good for a fifth-place finish out of eight teams.
ALBION â The Churubusco Lady Eagle basketball team, fresh off a win over South Adams that broke an eight-game losing streak, traveled to Northeast Corner Conference foe Central Noble with the two-fold intent of extending their own winning streak and keeping the 0-17 Lady Cougars winless.
It took every minute of regulation and four minutes of overtime for âBusco to accomplish both feats in a come-from-behind 49-45 win.