Archive - May 16, 2013
Marjorie Laretta Mills Darocsi
Aug. 8, 1924 â May 11, 2013
FORT WAYNE â Marjorie Laretta Mills Darocsi, 88, of Ft. Wayne passed away May 11, 2013. She was born Aug. 8, 1924, in Western Kansas to John and Susan Mills. She was a graduate of Central Bible Institute in Springfield, Mo. She then moved to Chicago, where she met John Darocsi Jr. They married in 1946. Marjorie was a licensed minister in Illinois and was on staff at the Hebrew Mission.
Charles âChuckâ Hartley
May 14, 2013
HAMLET â Charles âChuckâ Hartley, 73, died Tuesday, May 14, 2013 in his home.
Survivors include his wife, Ginnie; three daughters, Cindy (Brian) Morris of South Bend, Lisa (Tom) Overmyer of Argos and Nikki (Felix) Salazar of Hamlet; nine grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; one sister, Wilma Harris of New Carlisle and two brothers, Don Hartley of LaPorte and John Hartley of Milwaukee.
BREMEN â Sandwiched between the NSC Tournament championships Monday and a potential meeting with perennial sectional champion Plymouth tonight, Bremenâs first round sectional match-up with LaVille would have been an easy one for the Lady Lions to overlook.
After all, the Bremen Sectional hosts hadnât lost to the Lancers in recent memory; theyâd swept them just three weeks ago in round robin NSC play en route to the conference championship. But looking too far ahead is nearly always a mistake, especially against a team that has been making steady progress throughout the year.
MIDDLEBURY â A big dose of Northridge starter Shannon Baker went a long way, but the fight of Plymouthâs Pilgrims nearly made up for it as the Raiders hung on to take an NLC win by a 6-3 final.
ARGOS â Argos senior goalkeeper Karlee VanDerWeele has signed on to play soccer at NCAA Division III Hanover College next fall.
VanDerWeele is a four-year letterwinner for Argos. A goalkeeper and captain, she led the Dragons to back-to-back semistate appearances and Northern Indiana Soccer Conference titles in 2011-12. She was twice selected First Team All-Northern Indiana Soccer Conference for the Lady Dragons, and was named the team MVP her senior season.
CGA, Rochester advance to sectional championship
Culver Girls Academy and Rochester advanced to the finals at the CGA Girls Tennis Sectional with a pair of 4-1 victories Wednesday.
The Lady Eagles topped Knox on all courts but 3 singles, while the Zebras eliminated North Judson on all but the 1 singles court.
Brittany Fletcher battled back from a first-set loss to beat CGA's Alena Arkhipov 4-6, 6-2, 6-4 for Knox's only win of the night.