October 24th, 2011
Culver Community‚Äôs Aspen Kitchell recorded 15 kills and 16 assists to help lead her team to a Class A Sectional championship over South Central Saturday.
LAKEVILLE ‚ÄĒ The first time the two teams played, Femi Hollinger-Janzen wasn‚Äôt as much of an issue. At Saturday‚Äôs LaVille Boys Soccer Semistate, he took control.
The Indiana University recruit and Bethany Christian senior forward notched four goals within the first 22 minutes to give his team a 5-0 lead, then watched from the sidelines as Class A No. 3 Bethany coasted to an 8-0 semifinal win over Argos at Newton Park.
The Bruins ultimately lost the semistate championship to Fort Wayne Canterbury.
ARGOS ‚ÄĒ Same score, different game.
No. 5-ranked Mishawaka Marian beat No. 14 Argos 3-1 in the semifinal on the way to the championship at the Argos Girls Soccer Semistate Saturday before winning the tournament with a 2-1 overtime victory over No. 2-rated West Lafayette.
WALKERTON ‚ÄĒ¬†The painful memories of last week's tough loss to Bremen quickly disappeared Friday night for the John Glenn High football team.
Josh Anderson ran the opening kickoff back 41 yards and then proceeded to ramble 40 more for the first of his four touchdowns, allowing Glenn to cruise to a 51-6 victory over Hammond Gavit in Class 3-A Sectional 17 opening round action at a frigid Falcon Field.
ANGOLA ‚Äď Throughout the regular season, the Plymouth football team struggled under adversity.
In Friday‚Äôs sectional contest at Angola, the Rockies responded when it mattered most.
Plymouth battled back from a 14-0 deficit in the first quarter and capitalized with scores on each of eight Angola turnovers on its way to a 49-21 victory in a wild Class 4A Sectional 11 opener.
Karen Faith Anthony
Oct. 19, 2011
BOURBON ‚ÄĒ Karen Faith Anthony, 48, of Bourbon died Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011 at Hospice House of South Bend after an extended illness.
She is survived by her husband, Douglas and their three children: Danielle of Winona Lake, Alisha and Brandon both at home; her mother, Janice Houchin of Martinsville; a sister, Angela (James) Gehbauer of Martinsville; and a brother, Rick (Cathie) Houchin of Franklin.
Funeral services will be Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2011 at 10 a.m. in The Country Church.
Cecil Richard ‚ÄėDick‚Äô Hayden
Margaret Sirois Hayden
Dec. 29, 1926-Aug. 19, 2011
Aug. 2, 1926-Sept. 19, 2011
PLYMOUTH ‚ÄĒ¬†Family members will receive friends of C. R. ‚ÄúDick‚ÄĚ and Margaret Hayden, this Sunday, Oct. 23 from noon until 2 p.m. at the Johnson-Danielson Funeral Home, 1100 N. Michigan St., Plymouth. Services will begin at 2 p.m. with a Masonic Memorial Rite provided by members of the Plymouth Kilwinning Lodge No. 149 as a tribute to Dick. Joint services will immediately follow under the direction of family friend Rev. James Campbell.
Milton E. Goble
Dec. 19, 1920-Oct. 18, 2011
PLYMOUTH ‚ÄĒ Milton E. Goble, 90, of 16066 Pretty Lake Road, Plymouth, went to be with his Lord and Savior Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2011, while residing in Miller‚Äôs Merry Manor, Plymouth.
Milton was born Dec. 19, 1920, in Milan, Mich. to Edward Wilson and Clara M. (McCreery) Goble. Milton served his country, with pride, in the Army Air Corps during WWII. Ruth M. Unser and Milton Goble were joined in marriage Dec. 28, 1946.¬†Ruth passed away March 20, 1981. Milton, Oct. 28, 1982, married Gloria Shegan. Gloria survives.¬†
Marshall County Coroner William Cleavenger announced late last night that 72-year-old Frances M. Long, of Bourbon, died at 5:48 p.m. at the emergency room of St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Plymouth of injuries suffered in a late afternoon accident at U.S. 30 & King Road in Plymouth.
She died of blunt force injuries sustained when her car was struck broadside by a truck. According to police, Long's vehicle was north on King Road when it pulled into the path of a U.S. 30 eastbound semi. The semi driver was uninjured.
PLYMOUTH ‚ÄĒ¬†Plymouth Volunteer Firefighters are grateful for the support from the community as they continue to raise the needed funds for a training tower.
The department will be using the donations received from a mailing to local residents a few weeks ago to purchase the first two parts of a training facility that comes at a cost of $20,000.
The parts are built from shipping crates that have been galvanized and modified with such accessories as doors, windows, stairs, and movable partitions.