Archive - Feb 21, 2013 - Sports Article
Check out the Boys Basketball Sectional Preview on line now at http://www.thepostandmail.com/content/boys-sectional-preview-2013
The entire preview can be found as a special insert in Friday's paper.
Read about your favorite school's team, whether it's Churubusco, Columbia City, or Whitko, as each prepares for the IHSAA sectional tournament.
SOUTH WHITLEY â€” The Three Rivers Conference has announced its All-Conference and Honorable Mention All-Conference teams.
Lady Wildcat Cagney Craig was the lone Whitko player to make the top 12 for 1st-Team All-TRC.
Craig averaged more than three steals per game.
Fellow senior Jordan Hall was one of four players awarded honorable mention.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Indian Springs Middle Schoolâ€™s wrestling team faced a competitive Maple Creek team for a conference showdown Wednesday night.
The match came down to the last wrestlers of the night. ISMS 7th grader Weston Ottinger was able to seal the win for Indian Springs with a pin to make the score 39-35.
â€śThe win was a total team effort,â€ť ISMS coach Brian Bills said.
Indian Springs improved its record to 14-0.
Jacob Wigent got the first victory with a major decision.
Dylan McClure and Drew Rethlake kept the winning streak going with victories by decision.
FORT WAYNE â€” Indian Springs Middle School recently swim in a tri-meet against Maple Creek and Memorial Park at South Side in Fort Wayne.
The Eagle team soared, winning the meet and breaking records.
One record-breaker was Matthew Webber with the 100-yard breaststroke â€” his time was 1:16:65.
Others that dropped times were Joshua Shawver, Arizona Bullard, Libby Dubinsky and Mykaela Crowell.
â€śThis team works hard to do its very best, and the coaching staff is very proud of each and every one of them,â€ť coach Pat Williams said.