Archive - Nov 20, 2012
PLYMOUTH - Local law enforcement agencies were honored by the state for their work in stopping impaired driving.
BOURBON â€” A year ago in the spring of 2011, then-Triton sophomore Quentyn Carpenter had a decision to make: Continue playing with the Trojansâ€™ successful basketball team or get serious about his first love and quit the team to pursue golf full-time.
It wasnâ€™t an easy choice but Carpenter stood firm, and he was given a measure of vindication when he signed on with the Ball Stateâ€™s menâ€™s golf team last week.
CMA drops opener
An 18-7 second quarter run by visiting Indianapolis Homeschool left Culver Military trailing by 10 at the half, and the Eagles never quite recovered in a 45-39 season-opening loss at home at Fleet Gymnasium Monday night.
Homeschool â€” which already had six games under its belt heading into Culver Military â€” knocked down six triples in the win, while CMA scuffled to a 4-for-10 finish from the foul line in the six-point loss.