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January 18th

Cougars use strong defensive effort to shred Bobcats, 89-38

January 19, 2012

HAMLET — New Prairie’s defensive pressure proved much too much for the Bobcats, and Oregon-Davis lost its weather-rescheduled Bi-County opener by a lopsided 89-38 margin at The Den Wednesday.
OD surrendered 16 turnovers in the first quarter for 19 New Prairie points as the Cougars opened up a 25-6 advantage heading into the second frame. All total, the opportunistic visitors capitalized on 32 turnovers by the Bobcats for 32 points en route to the win, advancing to face Bremen in the semifinals Friday at LaVille at 6:30 p.m.

Italian dinner fundraiser Jan. 21

January 18, 2012

PLYMOUTH — St. Michael School in Plymouth will hold a Italian dinner fundraiser Jan. 21. The night will include food prepared by Josiah Klinedinst, owner of Oh Mamma's Italian Deli. There will also be a silent and live auction. Tickets are $25 for two adults or $15 for one adult. Children between the ages of five and 12 will be admitted for $6. Tickets can be purchased until Jan. 13 from the school office, or by contacting Lynndi Rader, 574-952-3606 or Jennifer Houin, 574-930-1403.

View the photo of the week

January 18, 2012

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Health Dept. insurance requirements to change

January 18, 2012

PLYMOUTH — The Marshall County Health Department announced another change to immunization eligibility requirements Tuesday afternoon.
Under the new Indiana state guidelines effective Feb. 1, only those without medical insurance may be vaccinated at their local health department. Insured individuals (including children) must receive vaccinations from their normal physician.
These changes were originally slated to take place last summer, but were postponed until now.

New film features Plymouth grad

January 18, 2012

ST. LOUIS — Plymouth grad Bill Finkbiner’s road from PHS to feature film has been a long and eventful one — and one he almost didn’t take.
“For me it all started in (teacher) Kathy Richter’s speech class,” said Bill from his home in St. Louis. “We had done a couple of speeches for class and she told me I should join the speech team. I had never really considered that and I told her to give me three reasons why I should. She said, ‘you’re good, you’ll win and... you’ll win.’”

Trojans top Cavaliers, 46-33

January 18, 2012

BOURBON — After a mere one-point decision to Triton Saturday, Culver head coach Kyle Elliott expected his players to start with some confidence Tuesday.
Instead, Culver put up just two points in the first quarter as the Class A No. 7 Trojans jumped out to an 8-2 lead at the break. The two teams went back and forth the rest of the night, but Culver was never able to get out in front, and Triton polished off 12 of 17 freebies in the final frame as the Cavs tried to stretch the clock, handing the challengers a 46-33 loss in a boys Bi-County opener at The Trojan Trench.

Lady Cavs avenge loss to Triton

January 18, 2012

BOURBON — Sometimes it’s better to be wrong.
Triton head coach Adam Heckaman had a presentiment before his girls’ Bi-County opener with Culver Tuesday that his girls may not have been focused on the task at hand.
The Class A No. 6 Lady Trojans coughed up 15 first half turnovers to surrender a 10-point lead at the intermission, and the defending tourney champion Lady Cavaliers held off their hosts down the stretch for a 45-40 win at The Trojan Trench.
Culver advances to play LaVille in the late semifinal at LaVille Thursday night at 8 p.m.

Strong lives up to name as Glenn beats LaVille, 57-47

January 18, 2012

LAKEVILLE — John Glenn freshman Jake Strong lived up to his last name Tuesday, and the rest of the Falcons followed his lead.
The 6-foot-2 forward posted 21 points and eight caroms — both game-highs — and the Falcons’ defense left LaVille little room to breathe in a 57-47 first-round Bi-County Boys Basketball Tournament win at Dale E. Cox Gymnasium.
The Falcons return to LaVille Friday to take on two-time defending tourney champion Triton at 8 p.m.

Lady Lancers edge Falcons by one in classic contest

January 18, 2012

LAKEVILLE — LaVille girls basketball head coach Kevin McCullough told a student Tuesday that he’d be satisfied with a one-point win over John Glenn.
In a stunningly unconventional way, his team delivered that single-tally margin.
LaVille, which committed 14 turnovers in the final frame and allowed a string of 22 second-half unanswered points, coughed up a 19-point second-half cushion but recovered just enough to eke out a 42-41 first-round Bi-County Tournament win over the Falcons at Dale E. Cox Gymnasium.

Big 2nd quarter pushes Bremen beyond Argos, 60-37

January 18, 2012

ARGOS — Argos and Bremen’s boys last met on Dec. 13, with the Lions taking a double-overtime win.
When the two teams met the second time at their Bi-County opener Tuesday, however, Ethan Pike took the suspense out early in a 60-37 Bremen win at at Phil Weybright Gymnasium.
Bremen will play the winner of a weather-postponed game between New Prairie and Oregon-Davis tonight in the early tournament semifinal Friday at LaVille at 6:30 p.m.

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