Archive - Apr 12, 2013
BREMEN â€” Two different approaches to battling the elements turned out the better for Plymouthâ€™s Pilgrims as they were able to hold on to a 12-10 win over Bremen in a Friday night high school baseball game that was shortened to six innings due to darkness.
The Lions played small ball, taking advantage of savvy baserunning and forcing the issue with the Plymouth defense. The Pilgrims chose to batter away, belting out some timely hits with some power.
The Plymouth High School girls basketball team held its season-ending banquet on Wednesday.
From left to right: senior Amber Redinger received the Best Rebounder Award; sophomore Haley Harrell received the Best Free Throw Percentage Award and the best 3-point Field Goal Percentage Award; senior Lauren Tanner received the Most Assists Award; sophomore Allie Wright received the Most Steals Award and the Best Field Goal Percentage Award; and senior Andria Shook received the Best Free Throw Percentage Award.
Eagles shoot down Forest Hills
Riley Thompson had a hat trick by the 7:56 mark of the first period, and the Culver Military Academy prep boys lacrosse team dominated Forest Hills 24-1 at home Friday night.
Thompson scored four goals in the first period and went on to finish the game with six goals and an assist as one of four Eagles with a hat trick in the rout.
Zach Currier scored four goals with four assists, Joel Tinney scored three times with an assist, and Colin Courtney had an old-fashioned hat trick with three straight scores in the final period.
Shirley A. Eyrich
Oct. 22, 1935-April 10, 2013
BOURBON â€” Shirley A. Eyrich, 77, a resident of Bourbon, passed away at 8:50 p.m. Wednesday, April 10, 2013 at home in the care of her family.
Shirley was born the daughter of Ernest I. Dickey and Leota Velda Haney Dickey on Oct. 22, 1935 in Tippecanoe. She was a 1953 graduate of Tippecanoe High School and was a lifelong resident of the Bourbon area.
Rain, rain, go away.
Persistent precipitation and cold weather have forced cancellations and postponements to area athletic events throughout the week, and the wet conditions continued to play havoc with area schedules Thursday night.
While most rain-outs have yet to be rescheduled, hereâ€™s a look at a few events that have, weather permitting.
â€¢ The three-way track meet between Bremen, John Glenn and LaVille at LaVille scheduled for Thursday night has been postponed to Monday.
â€¢Â Bremenâ€™s softball game at Mishawaka, originally scheduled for Wednesday, has been rescheduled for today.
Plymouthâ€™s CeCe Robinson was recently awarded the Indiana Soccer League (ISL) Golden Glove Award.
Robinson is a member of the Plymouth United FC U13 Team. The Golden Glove Award is presented to the division goalie with the fewest goals allowed. Award-winners must participate in a majority of the games for their team.
Pictured are Robinson, right, and United FC coach Ron Cook.
CMA opens dual season with 2 wins
Culver Military Academyâ€™s boys golf team braved the sloppy conditions as the Eagles opened their dual meet season with wins over both Tippecanoe Valley and Rochester at Mystic Hills in Culver Thursday.
John Connelly fired a 1-under 34 to lead CMA, followed by Davis Payneâ€™s 39 and Zach Allynâ€™s 40. Ben Sharff rounded out the team score with a 41 as the Eagles posted a 154 to top Tippy Valleyâ€™s 173 and Rochesterâ€™s 188.
Tippy Valley was led by Bryce Zimmermanâ€™s 38, and Luke Kennedy shot a 44 for Rochester.
â€¢Â CULVER MILITARY 154, TIPPECANOE