Archive - Dec 11, 2012 - Latest Sports
CULVER â€” At the tail end of last season, the Culver Academies swim teams spoiled an undefeated New Prairie record. But more than avoiding any potential reprisals for that loss, Mondayâ€™s dual meet at the Academies was more about a gut check than anything else.
Approaching the winter break after a grueling front end of the season and with all the fatigue, anticipation of the holidays and illness entailed by this time of year, new Culver head swim coach Cali Girard simply wanted to see her swimmers compete.
PLYMOUTH â€” For a third straight year area baseball players will get a chance to sharpen their game over the winter months.
Post 27 and the Diamond Spyders have opened the â€śSluggers Bullpenâ€ť for use in Plymouth. The facility is located in the back of the Youngâ€™s TV and Appliance building on Jefferson Street.
This Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Sluggerâ€™s Bullpen invites the public in for a special open house. You can go and see first-hand the programs and facilities available to players of any skill level or age.
PLYMOUTH â€” Haley Church has been named as the new varsity softball coach at Plymouth High School.Â Church replaces Ed Kelso, who had been the head coach at Plymouth the previous seven seasons.
LaVille wins 3rd straight
LaVille outscored the Lady Bruins 17-8 in the fourth quarter to break a 30-30 tie, and the Lady Lancers won their third straight on the road at Bethany Christian Monday night.
Junior forward Kelsey Gurtner put up 20 points, her second straight outing with 20 or more after a 26-point outing against New Prairie last Friday.
Hannah Herbster finished with eight points, and five other Lancers scored as the team earned its fourth win in five games.