Archive - Aug 2012
Carl E. Melton
Aug. 13, 2012
ETNA GREEN â€”Â Carl E. Melton, 73, of Etna Green, died Monday, Aug. 13, 2012 at 9:17 p.m. in Millerâ€™s Manor Nursing Home of Warsaw.
He is survived by his two brothers, Loren (Kathryn) Melton of Atwood and Merl (Karen) of Alpena, Mich.
Visitation is Sunday, Aug. 19, 2012 from 5 to 7 p.m. at Deaton-Clemens Funeral Home, 115 S. Main St., Bourbon.
Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Deaton-Clemens Funeral Home.
Burial will follow in the Etna Green Cemetery at Etna Green.
WC runs past Cavs
West Centralâ€™s Michael Hamilton rushed for 214 yards and three touchdowns and threw for another in a football-season-opening 41-21 win over Culver Community Friday.
Preston Hansel and Tucker Schultz both scored on 4-yard carries for the Cavs, and quarterback Collin Stevens connected with Micah Budzinski for the third Culver score.
The Trojans piled up 357 rushing yards on 45 carries.
â€˘Â WEST CENTRAL 41,
CULVER COMMUNITY 21
Score by quarters
Culver: 6 8 0 7 â€”Â 21
West Central: 14 14 0 13 â€”Â 41
CULVER - A successful partnership between Marshall County and the Lake Maxincuckee Association has resulted in a safer community.
Thanks to an agreement between the Marshall County Commissioners, the Lake Maxincuckee Association and Marshall County Sheriff Tom Chamberlin boats for the Maxincuckee Lake Patrol have been manned by Marshall County Sheriff's Deputies - law enforcement academy trained and deputized by Sheriff Chamberlin - for the better part of the past two years.
All Times EDT
Bremen football at Plymouth 7:30 p.m.
Culver Community football at West Central 7 p.m.
Culver Military Academy at Tippecanoe Valley 7:30 p.m.
LaVille football at South Central (Union Mills) 7:30 p.m.
Glenn football vs North Judson 7:30 p.m.
Triton football at Caston 7 p.m.
PLYMOUTH â€” It started with a simple New Yearâ€™s resolution to get back into shape. But John Popiâ€™s foray into the world of mixed martial arts has become something much bigger.
Popi will get a chance at a 185-pound title against Cody Groves at the Michiana Fight Leagueâ€™s MFL 26 event Saturday at Coveleski Stadium in South Bend.
ARGOS â€” Plymouth head coach Chuck DeWitt wanted to use Thursday nightâ€™s opener at Argos as a forecast for the 2012 season.
The signs looked good.
Plymouthâ€™s girls soccer team used its speed to outshoot the host Lady Dragons 17-7, Allie Wright created three goals for the Rockies â€” an unassisted strike to put the visitors on the board just 10 seconds in and two own-goals â€” and Plymouth claimed a 4-0 shutout of area rival Argos on the road.
â€śIt was our opener, and we really didnâ€™t know what kind of team we had,â€ť said DeWitt. â€śThis was a game to show us where we needed to play this season.â€ť
Lions earn 1st win
Bremenâ€™s boys soccer team earned its first win of the year with a 3-0 shutout of visiting Washington Thursday.
Andrew Huff, Sam Bickle and Danny Reynoso all scored for the Lions. Reynoso and Huff also recorded assists in the win.
â€˘ BREMEN 3, WASHINGTON 0
B â€” Andrew Huff (Sam Lacher, Roberto Gonzalez)
B â€” Sam Bickel (Danny Reynoso)
B â€” Reynoso (Huff)
Records: Washington 0-1-0, Bremen 1-0-1
Falcons fly past Caston
MARSHALL CO. â€”Â The Marshall County Sheriffâ€™s Department had a total of 202 jail bookings in the month of July. In Argos, three males were jailed. In Bourbon, two males and one female was jailed. In Bremen, nine males were jailed. In Culver, one male and one female was jailed. The Indiana State Police was responsible for three additional jail bookings, two male and one female. In Plymouth, 16 males and four females were jailed.
PLYMOUTH â€” If you have ever wanted to get on the little tractor and see how far you can pedal a load at a fair or festival, now is your chance. New this year, the Blueberry Festival Committee has scheduled an adult tractor pull to complement the kidsâ€™ version.
PLYMOUTH â€”Â Although the Plymouth School of Inquiry (SOI) has been commonly referred to as the New Tech school, Director Ken Olson said technology isnâ€™t actually what makes the new school â€” which launched this week with a little more than 100 freshmen â€” different from the rest of Plymouth High School.