Archive - Jun 2012 - Sports Article
Jeff Haygood has been named the 2012 Zane Triplet Dedication Award-winner for LaVille High School basketball. Pictured, left to right, are: Tony and Sherri Triplet, Jeff Haygood, mother Paula Fuchs and father Chris Haygood.
CULVER â€” Mystic Hills Golf Course was the host of the 2012 Indiana Northern Open Golf Championship on Monday, June 11.
Mike Oâ€™Toole from Noblesville finished first with a score of 66 at the par 71 course, two strokes ahead of a three-way tie between Preston Smith, Brian Brodell and Andrew Eiler of Rochester. This was the first IGA/PGA event hosted by Mystic Hills.
Mystic Hills was honored to host the field of 125 golfers, both professionals as well as amateurs.
â€śIt was a great experience for our staff and members,â€ť said owner Vicki Pugh.
Prentkowski wins at Erskine
North Libertyâ€™s Tyler Prentkowski shot a 4-over-par 74 at Erskine to win the boys 15-16 division, and Bremenâ€™s Zach Gurtner tied for third two strokes back in an Indiana Golf Foundation Mountain Dew Tour event in South Bend Tuesday.
Micah Calhoun of Plymouth tied for 13th in the boys 13-14 division with a 92. Bremenâ€™s Micah Knoblock was 11th in the boys 17-19 division with an 83, while Culverâ€™s Zach Allyn shot an 89 to finish 15th in the flight.
Marshall County tour stops at Sprig
WAKARUSA â€” The Wakarusa and Nappanee Chambers of Commerce held their ninth annual joint golf outing June 19 at McCormick Creek in Nappanee.
The morning session first place team from McCormick Motors, consisting of Steve Neff, Sam Sheets, Adam Yoder and Amy Thompson, shot a phenomenal 25-under-par 47 and left feeling pretty confident of securing the top prize, but Elkhart Clinicâ€™s team of Kevin Boyer, Griffyn Carpenter, T.J. Carpenter and John Miller, carded a 26-under-par 46 in the afternoon session to win by a single shot.
WISCONSIN DELLS, Wis. â€” Two Plymouth boys basketball teams traveled to Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, to compete in the 2012 Dells Classic held on June 18-20, and both brought home championships.
One of the teams competed in the 17-team varsity division and the other team competed in the 10-team junior varsity division.
Kolter moves up 4 places at Northern Junior Masters
Plymouthâ€™s Nate Kolter rose three places in the second and final round of the Indiana Golf Foundationâ€™s Northern Junior Masters event to finish 69th overall Monday.
Kolter shaved four strokes off his first round total to card an 85 at Pine Valley Country Club in Fort Wayne and move up from a tie for 72nd place, recording a 32-over 174 total at the event.
Plymouth Youth Softball results
MUNCIE â€” Sunday was a rough day for Post 27.
The Diamond Spyders dropped both games of a doubleheader, losing the first 9-4 and the second game 9-8 to Post 19 on the road in Muncie.
MUNCIE 9, PLYMOUTH 4
Things started out well for Plymouth.
LAKEVILLE â€” LaVille softball record-holder Valerie Ingle has signed on to continue her softball career with Ancilla College beginning in the 2012-2013 season.
Ingle, who earned all four of her varsity letters in softball for the Lancers, spent most of her time as shortstop at LaVille. She was a member of the All-Northern State Conference First Team her junior and senior seasons and was also named MVP for her team during those seasons. Ingle was an All-Conference Honorable Mention team member as a sophomore.
Kolter competes at Northern Junior Masters
Plymouthâ€™s Nate Kolter shot an 89 at Pine Valley to finish tied for 72nd at the Indiana Golf Foundationâ€™s Northern Junior Masters competition Sunday in Fort Wayne.
Kolter carded a 42 on the front side but shot a 47 on the back to slide into 72nd after one round at the event. Play continues with a second round today.
Schenk ties for 6th at Chippendale
Plymouthâ€™s John Schenk tied for sixth place in an Indiana Golf Foundation event at Chippendale in Kokomo June 22.
Imagine you are a race car driver about to win the Indianapolis 500. Heading into the last turn, you can see the checkered flag waving up ahead.
Suddenly, out of nowhere, a slower driver spins and crashes into you, sending your car into the wall. You can only watch as one of your teammates zooms past and steals the victory.
How do you feel?