Archive - Dec 12, 2012
Dec. 11, 2012
GOSHEN â€”Â Martin Ramer, 89, of Goshen, died Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2012 at 11 a.m. at his residence.
He is survived by his wife, Edith; son, Amos H. and Annie (Burkholder) Ramer of Goshen; daughters, Lena H. Ramer, and Naomi H. Ramer, both of Goshen; one grandchild; and a brother, Enos Ramer of Wakarusa.
WALKERTON â€” Some of the John Glenn teams of the past might have been rattled seeing Plymouth walk into their gym, but not this one.
Even when the Lady Pilgrims threatened down the stretch, Glennâ€™s girls kept their composure.
ARGOS â€” It was a hard-fought, neck-and-neck game for most of the night at Phil Weybright Gymnasium, but the Lady Dragons of Argos prevailed over the CGA Eagles 55-50.Â
The Eagles started the game off well, taking a 16-10 lead after the first quarter.Â But everything changed when, with about three minutes left in the first quarter, 6â€™2â€ť senior Andrijana Cvitkovic left the game with a possible concussion after hitting her head on the floor.Â
Elliott steps up for Cavs
Winamac held Culver junior Trent Elliott seven points under his average, but Collin Stevens stepped up big as the Cavaliers handed host Winamac a 58-41 defeat Tuesday night.
Stevens led the Cavs with 17 points while Elliott put up 13 for Culver. Micah Budzinski finished with eight points and nine rebounds, Tucker Schutlz scored six with nine rebounds, and Jordan Sanders finished with seven points, four assists and six steals. Everett Krueger scored seven for the Cavsâ€™ balanced offense.
Winamac was led by Parker Foxâ€™s 10 points in the loss.