Archive - Feb 2013 - Sports Article
DECATUR â Indian Springs Middle Schoolâs wrestling team suffered its first loss of the season Thursday night at Bellmont. The Eagles lost to the undefeated Braves, 47-38.
Despited the loss, AJ Chapin got ISMS off to a good start with a victory by pin.
The win was followed up with another victory by Braden Baker.
The next ISMS wrestler to record a victory was Seth Rosen in the 132-pound class. Rosen won by pin.
In the 150-pound weight class, Jacob Morse was able to pin his opponent.
In the 175-pound class, Mydrae Brown won via forfeit.
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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 Schoolâs 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.
âThe win was a total team effort,â 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.
âThis team works hard to do its very best, and the coaching staff is very proud of each and every one of them,â coach Pat Williams said.
SOUTH WHITLEY â It wasnât derailed. Maybe just thrown off course slightly.
Whitkoâs girls basketball team posted a record in 2012-13 of 7-14. When the season began though, it already felt like the Lady Wildcats were playing from behind.
Whitko was thrown a curve ball early in the season as it had to deal with injuries to a pair of key players. If that was not enough, the team was already staring down being without six seniors who graduated in 2012.
AUBURN â Indian Springs Middle Schoolâs wrestling team grappled against DeKalb Monday and is still without a loss.
The Eagles topped their Northeast Hoosier Middle School Conference foe DeKalb by a 61-22 score.
Winners for ISMS were: AJ Chapin, Braden Baker, Joe Willson, Jacob Wigent, Dylan McClure, Tate Homan, Hunter Reed, Matt Wright, Seth Rosen, Jake Whitehead, Jackson Wilcoxson and Weston Ottinger.
INDIANAPOLIS â Indianaâs High School Athletic Association held its sectional draw Sunday.
Whitko and Churubusco play in the opening rounds, which are slated for Tuesday, Feb. 26, and Columbia City is scheduled to play its first game Feb. 27.
Whitkoâs sectional is being held at Norwell, and the Wildcats face Bellmont in the 7:30 p.m. game. Churubusco is traveling to South Adams to face Adams Central at 6 p.m.
Columbia City faces East Noble at Carroll at 6 p.m.
The Post & Mail will publish a Boys Sectional Preview tabloid, which is scheduled to be inserted this week.
COLUMBIA CITY â A legend in Columbia Cityâs boys basketball was present at the Eaglesâ game against Northrop Saturday.
Bill Schwarz, a 1960 graduate and CCHS basketballâs all-time leading scorer, traveled to the Donald S. Weeks gymnasium from his home in Chicago for Columbia Cityâs senior night.
The Eaglesâ senior night had special meaning, as two Columbia City players are the closest to Schwarzâs record that any hoopster has been since 1977.
FORT WAYNE â Former Columbia City High School bowler, Devin Arick, finished his sophomore season at Indiana Tech with high honors.
Indiana Techâs Warriors completed the year in second place in the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference, and placed fourth in the WHAC Championship.
Arick was named to the WHAC Honorable Mention All-Conference Team.
He bowled in all four conference jamborees, averaging a 186.94 in 16 ga-mes. He ranked ninth in the conference.
Arickâs best finish was at the third competition, when he finished fourth with a 195.25 average.