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October 22nd

‘Zak Attack’ strikes in Trojans’ win

October 23, 2010

BOURBON — With one last flying leap Triton defensive back Zak Shively spread out over the goal line for a third-quarter go-ahead touchdown.
From there, the junior quarterback half of the “Zak Attack” took over for the Trojans.
For the game, Shively threw a trio of touchdown passes — one each to Jordan Koontz, Jake Tutorow, and Taran Kennedy — rushed untouched for an 18-yard score, and plunged in for a 2-point conversion following his 19-yard fumble return to lead the Trojans to a 34-19 win over visiting West Central in Class A Sectional 33 first-round action Friday.

Falcons advance with rout of Calumet

October 23, 2010

WALKERTON — It wasn’t the sectional start John Glenn wanted, but the Falcons will take it.
Down a pair of starters and coming off a Northern State Conference championship loss and a two-day break, Glenn got off to a bumpy start Friday.

Heartbreak at The Rockpile

October 23, 2010

PLYMOUTH — They say it is a game of inches, and Plymouth’s Rockies certainly believe that this morning.
After a valiant effort against a very talented and athletic South Bend Washington team the Rockies watched a 40-yard field goal attempt by the Panthers’ Cesar Mercado hit the cross bar, bounce in the air and fall good, ending a season of maniacal ups and downs in a 31-29 final score.

Bremen moves on with overtime triumph

October 23, 2010

BREMEN — Heroes are made in the postseason, and Bremen’s Braxston Miller became one in Friday night’s Class 2A Sectional 26 opener.
After a Whitko field goal to start overtime, Miller’s 3-yard touchdown gave Bremen a 20-14 victory to put the Lions in the second round against Fairfield, a 45-0 winner over Woodlan.
“It’s just too much, and the crowd just went wild,” Miller said of his game-winning score. “It’s just overwhelming. It’s awesome.”
Bremen coach Bob Holmes was ecstatic with how his team came through in the clutch.

Culver beats Lake Central

October 23, 2010

LAKE STATION — Culver put up 21 points in the first quarter en route to a 49-7 thrashing of Lake Station in the Cavaliers' Class A, Sectional 33 opener on the road Friday.
Michael Salary finished with two touchdowns and a game-leading 151 yards rushing, while Cole Flora scored another two touchdowns and rushed for 104 yards for the defending sectional champions.
Collin Stevens and Tucker Schultz also scored for the Cavs, who outrushed their hosts 436-139 yards.
Culver will host Whiting — which beat LaVille 42-13 Friday — next week.

Langdon will live the dream of walking the red carpet

October 23, 2010

LOS ANGELES, CA – Monday night Plymouth High School graduate Tyler Langdon will have his moment.
He’ll walk the “red carpet” with the likes of Sylvester Stallone and Sean Penn on his way to accepting the Hollywood Discovery Award as part of this year’s Hollywood Film Festival.

Mildred Phillips

October 22, 2010

July 31, 1913 – October 21, 2010
  PLYMOUTH — Mildred A. (Bradley) Phillips, 97, a kind and gentle person, followed the path that God had laid for her at 9:50 a.m. Thursday, October 21, 2010.
A lifetime Marshall County resident, Mildred was a resident at the Pilgrim Manor Nursing Home in Plymouth where she passed after experiencing declining health the past two years.
Mildred was born on July 31, 1913, in Bremen, Indiana the daughter of Elsa Lee and Eva Ellen (Welch) Barts.  The family moved to Plymouth and she graduated from Lincoln High School with the Class of 1931.

Death Notices 10-21-10: Virginia Mae Schaal, David R. Thomas

October 22, 2010

Virginia Mae Schaal
Oct. 20, 2010
SOUTH BEND — Virginia Mae Schaal, 84, of South Bend passed away Oct. 20, 2010 in her home.
She is survived by her husband, Gale A. Schaal; daughters, Patricia Hanson, Kathleen Burcham and Robyn Himes; sons, John M. Schaal, William Schaal and Charles Schaal; 14 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren and brothers, Lewie Evans and R. Allen Evans.

Haunted Grounds

October 22, 2010

Plymouth Park Department’s annual “Haunted Grounds” at the Conservation Clubhouse was busy Thursday night. Alexander Rhoads tosses a ring over witches’ hats for candy.

Plymouth’s Langdon says thanks to the voters

October 22, 2010

LOS ANGELES — Plymouth’s Tyler Langdon is glad that things are getting back to normal — at least as “normal” as an actor’s life can be.
“It’s been the most stressful two weeks of my life,” he said with a laugh. “Every free moment has been filled with being on Facebook, emailing, reminding people to vote for me. Now I have to catch up with all the things I didn’t do. I’m sure I have about a billion e-mails to catch up on.”
Langdon was one of the finalists for the Hollywood Discovery Award — part of the Hollywood Movie Award portion of the Hollywood Film Festival’s week of activities.

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