Archive - Dec 5, 2012
MARSHALL CO. â€” County residents and business professionals now have a new option when it comes to some county services.
Marshall County rolled out online permitting Tuesday.
â€śWe are now offering a 24/7 service, not just an 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. service,â€ť said Shawnda Wenino of Marshall County GIS.
LAKEVILLE â€” Last Friday, Argos forward Ben Carterâ€™s 21 points helped power the Dragons to their first win of the season. Following that performance, LaVille made him a focal point in the teamâ€™s home opener Tuesday night.
The Lancers double teamed Carter in the paint to hold the 6-6 junior scoreless, and the home team claimed a 47-32 win over visiting Argos in LaVilleâ€™s home opener at Dale E. Cox Gymnasium.
BOURBON â€”Â The Triton Trojans won in dominate fashion as they defeated the North Miami Warriors 75-44 at the Trojan Trench Tuesday night.
The Trojans jumped on them early with a 16-2 run and never let off of the accelerator. Clay Yeo started the scoring with a breakaway dunk which got the crowd going. He dropped in 36 points along with eight rebounds, three assists, two blocks and three steals for a nice all-around game.
Yeo was helped out by a good effort from teammates Tanner Shepherd and Seth Glingle who had 11 and 12 respectively.
INDIANAPOLIS â€” Several Argos seniors were among those honored as the Indiana Soccer Coaches Association (ISCA) announced the girls winners for 2012.
Lady Dragon seniors Emily Alcorn, Samantha Hopkins, Karlee VanDerWeele and Madeline Williams were named All-Academic. This award goes to players making a significant on-field contribution while maintaining a high grade-point average.
Senior Kayla Prochno was selected as the Top Team Player, an award to a player making a unique impact on the team and program as a whole.
Pilgrims down Indians as St. Joe unveils new gym
Mack Mercer finished with 19 points, six rebounds and six blocks, and Class 3A No. 10 Plymouth stayed undefeated with a win on the road at the unveiling of South Bend St. Josephâ€™s new gym Tuesday, 57-45.
The 6-9 junior did it all for Plymouth as he knocked down a pair of 3s in the win. His dunk early in the third quarter broke a piece of the backboard, causing a 20-minute delay in the first game at the Indiansâ€™ new gymnasium.
Joe Knapp scored a game co-leading 19 for the Pilgrims, who moved to 3-0 on the season.