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November 29th

Community prayer vigil tonight in Culver following gunshot deaths

November 29, 2012

A community-wide prayer vigil in response to last night's shooting deaths of two Culver residents will take place tonight, Thursday, Nov. 29, starting at 7 p.m. at the Wesley United Methodist Church, 511 School Street in Culver.

State police chief’s pot stance not backed by local law enforcement

November 29, 2012

PLYMOUTH — While one Indiana law enforcement officer went on record to support the legalization of marijuana in the Hoosier state, Marshall County law enforcement officers aren’t so sure.
Indiana State Police Superintendent Paul Whitesell told members of the State Budget Committee on Tuesday that he believes that “ (marijuana usage) is here, it’s going to stay...If it were up to me I do believe I would legalize it and tax it.”

Lady Pilgrims dismantle Knox, 57-22

November 29, 2012

PLYMOUTH — Plymouth coach Dave Duncan wanted to see his players to hit a couple points in the second half: Extend the defensive pressure to the 3-point line, get better ball movement against the Knox zone.
Once the Lady Pilgrims checked off those boxes, a 10-point game quickly developed into a rout.
Plymouth held the visiting Redskins to four points after the break while scoring at an efficient 10-of-21 clip from the field, and the Pilgrims stayed unbeaten with a lopsided 57-22 win at home at The Rock Wednesday.

Results 11-29

November 29, 2012

LaVille tops Lions
LaVille won five matches by pinfall and claimed victories in nine weight classes as the Lancers handed visiting Bremen a 46-24 defeat at home Wednesday night.
Bryant Hunsberger, Mitchell Henry and Matthew Moore won consecutive matches by fall at 126, 132 and 138, respectively, while Nathan Slater and Austin Wilson also won by pinfall at 195 and heavyweight for the Lancers.
Bremen’s Cole Spaid and Alex Bollenbacher earned the Lions a pair of pinfall wins at 113 and 152 as the Lions earned wins in five bouts.

Ancilla gives cheer camp great reviews

November 29, 2012

PLYMOUTH — The Ancilla College cheerleaders hosted a mini-camp Nov. 17, and the experience was deemed a success by the team.
The campers learned basic cheer skills which included chants, cheers and an eight-count dance. They were treated to a pizza lunch by Mancino’s Pizza then performed during halftime of the women’s basketball game later that day.

UPDATE: Two dead by gunshot in Culver

November 29, 2012

Police Thursday afternoon released the names of the the two Culver residents killed by gunshot in Culver last night.

Michael Price, 44, and 16 year-old Stephen Suthard, both of Culver, died at 419 Madison Street Wednesday night, said town marshal Wayne Bean, who noted autopsies are still in the works. The bodies were discovered in the home by Price's wife, who called police around 10:41 p.m.

November 28th

Death notice 11-28-12

November 28, 2012

Albert R. ‘Buster’ Godbold
Nov. 26, 2012
BREMEN — Albert R. “Buster” Godbold, 86, of Bremen died Monday, Nov. 26, 2012 at his home.

Pilgrim defense stifles Trojans, 63-43

November 28, 2012

PLYMOUTH — After Plymouth’s Tuesday night 63-43 win over Triton it was a tale of two coaches — one upset, one pleased — pretty much for the same reason.
“The frustrating part is that we worked on it for quite awhile not dribbling right away, using pass fakes, simple things like that that I thought we didn’t do,” said Triton boss Jason Groves. “I knew we would have some (turnovers), and I wanted to keep it to a minimum. It was frustrating the way we were turning it over. We didn’t execute.”

Wildcats pounce on Falcons, 66-51

November 28, 2012

WALKERTON — The Wildcats used their team speed to jump out to an early lead at John Glenn Tuesday. By the time the Falcons adjusted to the game tempo, it was already too late.
South Bend Riley used zone pressure both in the full- and the halfcourt to fluster Glenn’s young players into early turnovers and utilized good team speed to create some transition buckets and grab a 17-4 lead at the first quarter break, stretching the gap to 22 points at the half.

Free throws help Rochester squeak past Lady Cavaliers, 48-47

November 28, 2012

ROCHESTER — The Lady Zebras’ ability to hit free throws in the final quarter proved to be the difference as Rochester squeaked by Culver, 48-47.
Rochester was able to hit 11 of 14 from the line in the final quarter, and none bigger than junior Breanne Paulik’s two that put the Zebras up three with 25.3 seconds left to go in the game. Culver Junior Kayla Shaffer was able to hit a shot to bring the Cavaliers within one with 7 seconds left, but the Cavaliers were not able to get a foul called until only 0.2 was showing on the clock.

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