Archive - Aug 27, 2012
Monday, Aug. 27
Bremen girls golf at Oregon-Davis 4 p.m.
Culver girls soccer at Glenn 4:30 p.m.
CMA boys soccer vs Chesterton 7:30 p.m.
CGA girls golf at Warsaw 4:45 p.m.
Glenn volleyball vs Adams 6 p.m.
LaVille girls golf at Concord 4:30 p.m.
LaVille boys tennis vs Bethany Christian 4:30 p.m.
LaVille volleyball vs Goshen 6 p.m.
Tuesday, Aug. 28
Argos boys soccer vs Elkhart Christian 5 p.m.
Bremen boys soccer vs Plymouth 5 p.m.
Culver boys soccer at John Glenn 4:30 p.m.
Culver volleyball at Winamac 6 p.m.
CGA volleyball at Lakeland Christian 7 p.m.
KNOX â€” According to a probable cause affidavit, a Knox Middle School teacher is accused of fathering a child with a former student.
In charging documents through the Starke County Prosecutor's office, Todd Boldy, 39, Knox is accused by a former student who he is alleged to have a sexual relationship with, of also fathering her now 2-year-old son.
Boldry was booked into Starke County Jail Friday and charged with child seduction and official misconduct. Both are D felony charges.
ARGOS â€” Jack R. Moriarty, of Argos, was killed at 7:36 Saturday evening when his mo-ped left the roadway near the 8600 block of 19th Road in Argos.
Marshall County Coroner Bill Cleavenger reported that Moriarty was not wearing a helmet and was killed instantly when the moped struck a farm fence post. Moriarty was ejected from the bike at impact.
The accident remains under investigation and toxicology reports are pending. The accident was investigated by the Argos Police Department and the Marshall County Police Department. Also assisting were Argos Fire and EMS Departments.
MARSHALL CO. â€” Early in August, volunteers recruited by the Marshall County Lakes and Waters Council took samples from county lakes so that the water could be tested for toxins caused by blue-green algae.
Wednesday, Cyndi Wagner from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) visited the MCLWC meeting in order to address the findings and explain the blue-green algae.
â€śWhat I can tell you is that these levels are all very low,â€ť said Wagner to those gathered at the Marshall County Building Wednesday evening.
By James Costello
INDIANAPOLIS â€” The loss of their star running back left Bremen reeling early. A disastrous third quarter spelled the Lionsâ€™ undoing.
Bremen surrendered two scores and the lead in an error-filled third frame, ultimately falling 21-7 to Tippecanoe Valley at the Horseshoe Hall of Fame Classic at Lucas Oil Stadium Saturday.
ARGOS â€” The Lady Dragons couldnâ€™t hold on to an initial lead, falling 3-1 to Munster in the Argos Girls Soccer Invitational championship Saturday, while LaVille beat NorthWood 1-0 in the consolation match for third place.
Argosâ€™ Raelynn LaFrance gave the Dragons the lead in the championship on an assist from Shelby Sanders in the 22nd minute, but Munsterâ€™s Cayla Bales hit a long range snipe from 35 yards to tie it the very next minute.
LaVille breaks streak
with rout of Trinity Lutheran
Levi Lucas rumbled for 147 yards and four touchdowns in each of his carries as the Lancers broke a 14-game losing streak with a 56-14 rout of visiting Trinity Lutheran Saturday at home.
Lucas scored three touchdowns in the first quarter, and Josh Dudeck added another as the Lancers jumped out to a 28-0 lead in the first quarter in the first game of the series.