Archive - 2012
BOURBON â It was a rough shooting night at the Trojan Trench Friday night, but the Lady Triton Trojans were able to fight through in a 60-39 win over Bremen.
Triton shot 23.7 percentage from the field in the first half, and Bremen was able to keep it close. At the end of the first half Triton led 26-17.
Lady Trojans coach Adam Heckaman talked about his teamâs poor start and how they were able to get things going in the second half.
WALKERTON â John Glenn girls basketball head coach Kyle Amor wanted to see aggressive play from his charges Friday.
The Lady Falcons delivered.
Buoyed by a 13-2 game-opening run, sticky on-the-ball defense, and 16 offensive boards, Glenn rolled to its sixth straight victory with a 53-30 Northern State Conference rout of visiting Jimtown at The Aerie Friday.
BOURBON â The Triton High School Athletic Hall of Fame 2013 class will include four athletes, one coach and two contributors, the schoolâs athletic department announced recently.
Athletes Jamie Erwin, Jack Carpenter, Curt Kreft and Julie Lozier will be honored alongside former girls basketball coach Mark Heeter and contributors William Moriarity and Kenneth Keller during halftime of the Triton versus Culver boys basketball game in a boys/girls doubleheader Jan. 11. Tipoff for the varsity girls game is scheduled for 6 p.m.
Lady Lancers pull away in 4th
LaVille used a strong fourth quarter to turn a one-point game at the end of three quarters into a 65-51 win over New Prairie in Northern State Conference girls basketball action at Dale E. Cox Gymnasium Friday.
Kelsey Gurtner scored a game-high 26 points to lead the Lancers. Hannah Herbster chipped in 19 points for LaVille, and McKenzie Leed added 12 points.
LaVille heads to Bethany Christian Monday.
âąÂ LaVILLE 65, NEW PRAIRIE 51
Score by quarters
New Prairie: 13 32 41 51
LaVille: 15 31 42 65
Culver Academies continues its Huffington Concert Series Tuesday, Dec. 11, starting at 7:30 p.m. with the Nebraska Theatre Caravan's production of the beloved Charles Dickens Christmas classic, "A Christmas Carol."
Featuring a cast of 24, live musicians, and Broadway-style scenery and costumes, the show will take place onstage at Eppley Auditorium on the Academies campus.
PLYMOUTH â Kabelin Ace Hardware made an announcement earlier this week that they would be closing their Plymouth store.
âIt is with a heavy heart that we must announce the closing of our family store,â read a statement released by the company. âFor many years the store did quite well but over the last several years the big box store competition has become greater than we were able to overcome.â
Kabelin opened in Plymouth in 1996, and has been in three different locations in the city. The current store is located on Oak Road.
PLYMOUTH â This weekend is Plymouth High Schoolâs 4th annual gigantic Christmas variety show. The event is Sunday at 3 p.m. and as always, it will feature more than 300 music students in the band, choir, and orchestra departments.
âThere are several numbers where all the students are on the stage at once, and we had to customize (those songs) to include everyone,â said PHS band director Bryan Ames.
LAKEVILLE â It was Senior Night at LaVille, but after the initial senior introductions, visiting Culver Military Academy didnât give the Lancers a whole lot to celebrate.
The loaded Eagles lineup won 11 matches, including five by pinfall from 132 to 160, and CMA handed its hosts a lopsided 58-18 loss.
Lions lose at West Noble
West Noble scored at a nearly 68 percent field clip, and Bremen fell behind early in a 66-57 loss on the road Thursday night.
The Lions trailed 20-9 at the first quarter break and that deficit slipped to 20 points by halftime, 35-15.
Ethan Pike finished with a game-bets 26 points and six rebounds, while Jacob Box put up 16 points with three steals for his team. Phoenix Ricketts finished with eight points and six rebounds, and Kai Slough handed out six assists in the loss, Bremenâs third straight.
LAKEVILLE â The draws have been announced for the 48th annual Bi-County Basketball Tournaments.
The tournament, sponsored by Teachers Credit Union and hosted by LaVille High School, will run from January 14-19. Admission prices are $5 for single session tickets and $15 for full tourney admission, good for all games at all levels.