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Bremenâs Abraham Hall recorded three pinfall victories for the 285-pound championship and was named the Outstanding Wrestler of the meet at the John McKee Memorial Wrestling Invitational at Rochester Friday.
John Glennâs Katie Dreessen scored a game-high 15 points as the Lady Falcons snapped a three-game losing streak with a 55-44 win on the road at South Bend Clay last Tuesday.
ROCHESTER â Success in the football season meant a slow start for Bremen in the wrestling season, but the Lions finally seemed to be taking off Friday.
Led by Abraham Hallâs championship at 285, Bremen wrestlers captured three top three finishes and salvaged another five top-seven finishes after early losses to lift the Class 2A Lions to a fifth-place team finish at the 16-team John McKee Memorial Wrestling Tournament at Rochester Friday.
NORTH JUDSON â Class 2A No. 6 North Judson got off to a slow start and led by just three points at the half, but the Bluejays used a strong second half to remain unbeaten versus LaVille.
Judson opened the third quarter on a 10-0 run and put up 37 points after the break while holding the visiting Lancers to only 12 in a 67-39 win at Judson Friday.
LaVille head coach Michael Edison said North Judsonâs Kendall Hochstedler made the difference in the game the second half.
PLYMOUTH â The German philosopher Nietzsche may have said it best when he said, âWithout music, life would be an error.â
MISHAWAKA â Two wins in two nights proved too much for Plymouth at Penn Thursday.
Coming off a lopsided home win over Whitko Wednesday, the Class 3A No. 8 Pilgrims suffered their first defeat of the season as the Kingsmen outlasted them in overtime, 52-42.
âNo excuses. We knew they had gotten to rest the night before, but we were coming over here to compete. Thatâs all there was to it. It wasnât an option to not show up and not compete,â said Plymouth head coach Ryan Bales.
CULVER â The Lady Cavaliers overcame a slow start to defeat the North Judson Lady Jays at home Thursday night, 63-45.
Culver (6-6) scored just six points in the first quarter, while the visiting Lady Jays (7-4) put up 15, but the second quarter heated up quickly.
Priscilla Ann âPennyâ Bradley
Dec. 20, 2011
KNOX âÂ Priscilla Ann âPennyâ Bradley, 55, died Dec. 20, 2011 at Wintersong Nursing Home.
She is survived by her sisters, Janice (Chuck) Estok of Knox, Yvonne (Larry Larson) Bradley of Warsaw, Tammy Lynn (Tim) Rowe of Sellersberg; father, Owen Stacy of North Judson; son, Owen Douglas Massing of Plymouth; daughter, Nichole (Chester) Coon of Muncie; and two grandchildren.
Services were Thursday, Dec. 22, 2011 at 1 p.m. at Braman & Son Memorial Chapel, Knox.
Burial will be at Crown Hill Cemetery, Knox.
Bishop John P. Reid
Dec. 21, 2011
Baker Edwin Gee
May 31, 1942-Dec. 20, 2011
PLYMOUTH âÂ Baker Edwin Gee, 69, of Plymouth passed away at 10:15 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2011 in his home. He was born May 31, 1942 in Henderson, Ky. to Baker Gee and Evelyn L. (Brown) Turnage. March 24, 2000 in South Bend, he married Mary (DeBlase) Hurst.
James J. Dorman, DVM
Feb. 24, 1916-Dec. 16, 2011
LEESBURG, Fla. âÂ James J. Dorman, DVM, who served for more than 25 years as a multi-county large - animal veterinarian, entered into his heavenly rest Dec. 16, 2011. He and his wife (Allie Bird) moved from Argos in 1966 to work for the USDA as an epidemiologist in the states of North Carolina and Tennessee. He is survived by his loving three children, Jean, Libby and John and his wife Nora of Leesburg, Fla. Doc had seven grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Argos remained a very special place in his heart.