Archive - Oct 2011
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WARSAW â€” Culver Military Academyâ€™s plan was to score early and use some quick attacking to overwhelm the Rockies.
Thatâ€™s just what the Eagles did as they handed Plymouth a season-ending 2-0 loss in the opener at the Class 2A Warsaw Boys Soccer Sectional Monday.
Indians stop Pilgrims
Plymouth suffered a setback at sectional rival South Bend St. Josephâ€™s Monday, falling in four games 25-16, 25-16, 24-26, 27-25.
Amber Redinger led the Lady Pilgrims with 15 kills, while Marissa German tallied 13. Mikayla German served up five aces, while Marissa German and Andria Shook each passed out eight digs, and Amber Redinger finished with three solo blocks and five block assists.
The Lady Pilgrims slide to 17-13 with the loss.
â€˘ ST JOSEPHâ€™S 3, PLYMOUTH 1 (25-16, 25-16, 24-26, 27-25)
At South Bend
BREMEN â€”Â Was there ever any doubt?
Plymouth grabbed its 15th straight sectional crown Saturday, beating host Bremen 4-1 at DeSantis Courts. The championship represented the programâ€™s 22nd overall.
â€śPlymouthâ€™s just a great team and has a great coach,â€ť said Bremen Head Tennis Coach Andrew Rohde. â€śThey just come out to play every single match. Theyâ€™re a great program so thereâ€™s no shame in losing to Plymouth. Weâ€™re not giving up or anything, weâ€™re going to keep fighting. Our guys came out, and they played well, but Plymouthâ€™s just a better team and they got us today.â€ť
NOTRE DAME â€”Â Alex Banfich says she has recovered from the illness and hamstring problems that disrupted her training much of the summer.
Now, if she could just get her stamina back, sheâ€™d be all set.
â€śYeah, I didnâ€™t quite have it today,â€ť said Banfich, a Princeton University senior, following her 13th-place finish at Fridayâ€™s Notre Dame Cross Country Invitational.
Tritonâ€™s Allie Kann won the Marshall County Girls Cross Country championship Thursday with a time of 20:56.
Bremenâ€™s Jacob Box knocked in a game-tying goal in the 79th minute against LaVille Wednesday to clinch the Lions sole possession of the first Northern State Conference soccer championship.
July 16, 1926-Oct. 1, 2011
PLYMOUTH â€”Â Ross G. Murphy, 85, Plymouth, passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family Saturday, Oct. 1, 2011.
Ross was born July 16, 1926, near Bremen, to John C. and Gladys M. (Gray) Murphy. He attended Linkville Elementary School and graduated from LaPaz High School in the class of 1944. Ross entered the United States Navy, in June of 1944, and served in the South Pacific. He was discharged in June of 1946 and discharged from the United Naval Reserves June 10, 1954.
Lawrence Edwin Beam
July 6, 1924-Sept. 30, 2011
ARGOS â€”Â Lawrence Edwin Beam, 87, of 222 N. First St., Argos, died Sept. 30, 2011 at 2:55 p.m. at Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center, Plymouth following a brief illness.
He was born July 6, 1924 in Argos to Edwin and Mabel (Hagenbush) Beam. He lived all of his life in the Argos community. Jan. 23, 1944 in Argos he married Evelyn Pomeroy; she survives.
Verlen Eugene Bules
Sept. 29, 2011
ETNA GREEN â€”Â Verlen Eugene Bules, 70, of Etna Green died Thursday, Sept. 29, 2011 at 11:56 a.m. at home.
He is survived by his wife, Mary Ann; three daughters, Melody Morris of Warsaw, Robin (Rich) Brunk of Warsaw and June Bules of Plymouth; two grandchildren; a sister, Maxine Binkley and a brother, Carl Bules both of Florida.
In honoring his wishes his body is being donated to the Indiana University School of Medicine Anatomical Education Board.