Archive - Dec 2010
PLYMOUTH â€” Thereâ€™s an old adage in coaching that says things are never quite as bad or as good as they seem.
St. Josephâ€™s head coach Ric Mauch saw some positives, while Plymouth boss Dave Cox referenced The General as the Lady Pilgrims blew past the Indians 56-38 at The Rock Wednesday.
Everett T. Beagle
Nov. 28, 2010
BOURBON â€”Â Everett T. Beagle, 80, of Bourbon, died Sunday, Nov. 28, 2010 at Millerâ€™s Merry Manor Nursing Home, Plymouth.
He is survived by his wife, Patsy (Patty) Summy; children: Bradley Beagle of Avon, Teresa Savill of Bourbon and Cheryl Mast of Carlsbad, Calif.; and three grandsons.
There will be no visitation or services at this time.
Deaton-Clemens Funeral Home assisted the family with arrangements.
Condolences may be made to the family via the funeral homeâ€™s e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cassidy W. Ogle
Nov. 29, 2010
Sept. 27, 1926 â€”Â Nov. 30, 2010
ROCHESTER â€”Â Rachel A. Warner 84, E. 18th Street, Rochester, formerly of Plymouth, passed away at 1:58 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2010 at Hickory Creek of Rochester.
She was born Sept. 27, 1926 in Fulton County, Ind., the daughter of Edward and Gertrude (Barkman) Eash. June 12, 1948 in Argos, she married Bernard Ray Warner, and he survives.
Mrs. Warner had been a homemaker and co-owner of the Sunoco Distributor in Argos. She had attended the First Baptist Church, Rochester, and enjoyed cooking and cleaning.
PLYMOUTH â€” â€śWe want you exploring. We want you learning new things and new software.â€ť
Students involved in Lincoln Junior Highâ€™s â€śGeniusâ€ť program sponsored by Apple Computer heard that urging from Plymouth Schools Media Specialist Ben Waymouth as they went through their first day of training from Kevin Sheppard â€” a consultant contracted with Apple â€” on trouble shooting the schoolâ€™s new Macbook computers. Students were chosen to participate in the program, making them the first line of help when another student is having â€śtechnical difficultiesâ€ť with their computer.
PLYMOUTH â€”Â Just consider Clay Yeo Triton's one-time not-so-secret weapon off the bench.
Bumped from the starting lineup following a weekend bout with illness, the 6-foot-5 super sophomore erupted for 20 of his game-high 25 points in the second half and ripped down four rebounds to lead the Class A No. 2 Trojans to a 55-37 boys basketball win over Plymouth at The Rock Tuesday.
"We thought we'd give (Plymouth) the element of surprise," Triton head coach Jason Groves joked. "I'm sure they weren't expecting (Yeo) to do anything off the bench.
WALKERTON â€” John Glenn may eventually be able to use its team speed against opponents this year, but South Bend Riley gave the Falcons a dose of their own medicine Tuesday.
The athletic Wildcats showcased their quickness and athleticism while cranking up the tempo on both ends of the floor for a 79-49 victory in Walkerton.
"I know they don't want to run with us per se, but they also don't want to walk it," said Riley head boys basketball coach Mark Johnson. "I think we presented a tempo to where they were a little bit rushed. That's a credit to our young men."