Archive - Nov 16, 2012
BOURBON â€” Even though Clay Yeo had already decided on a college his sophomore year, itâ€™s something thatâ€™s been looming in the back of his mind ever since. Now that itâ€™s official, the prodigious Triton talent can just focus on his senior season.
After two years of verbal commitment, Yeo finally signed his letter of intent to play at Valparaiso next year on the first day of the early signing period Wednesday.
PLYMOUTH â€” Fuzzy Zoeller can lay claim to a U.S. Open and Masters championship. Now after a long and successful career as a golfer, Fuzzy is throwing his hat into another ring.
Fuzzy Vodka hit shelves in July 2009.
Zoeller was in Plymouth Thursday night to sign bottles and press the flesh for members and non-members alike as the local country club held its annual Fall Stag.
Zoeller recently played in the Champions circuit of golf, formerly known as the Seniors. Now, Zoeller, said, heâ€™s going to focus his attention on his vodka.
CGA wins opener vs Judson
Culver Girls Academyâ€™s swim team dove into the 2012 season with a dominant 126-38 win over visiting North Judson Thursday night at home.
The Lady Eagles swept the top spot in all events and went one-two in eight different races, including the 200 free and 400 free relays.
Culver's Don Baker has a veritable lifetime of musical experience under his belt, something he hopes area musicians and anyone interested can benefit from by way of â€śAn Introduction to Music Recording and Production: Recording Your Music at Home on a Budget,â€ť this Monday, November 19, starting at 6 p.m. at the Culver Public Library.