Archive - Nov 30, 2011
BOURBON â€” Itâ€™s been four months since a tragic go-kart accident took the life of 6-year-old Kyle Pugh. Recently, community members showed their support for Pughâ€™s family during a unique turn of eventsâ€”a fundraiser initially intended to raise just a few hundred dollars instead brought in more than $1,000.
â€śKyle was an awesome guy,â€ť said Triton Elementary School principal Jeremy Riffle. â€śItâ€™s a small town and everybody comes together. Friends of the family knew it was for a good cause.â€ť
Children enjoy new play equipment at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Bremen. The old playground was burned last Mother's Day, May 8 and could not be salvaged.
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BOURBON â€” After four straight losses to Triton, Plymouth wanted to make a statement early in new head coach Ryan Balesâ€™ first game at the helm.
The Pilgrims used swarming fullcourt pressure to hold their Marshall County rivals to 2 of 15 from the field in the first half en route to a 27-17 lead at the intermission, then withstood a late rally early in the second half by the Trojans for a 60-43 season-opening victory on the road at the Trojan Trench Tuesday.
LaVille loses at Marian
LaVille watched a slim three-point halftime edge disappear with a 43-23 second half by host Mishawaka Marian, and the Lancers took their first loss of the season to the Knights on the road Tuesday, 73-56.
Andrew Hostetler led LaVille (1-1) in scoring, knocking down 6 of 13 3-point attempts for 18 points, while Nick Amor finished with 12 points, eight rebounds and four assists. Jordyn Williams tallied 10 points as the third and final LaVille player in double figures in the loss.