Archive - Jan 19, 2013 - Latest Sports
SYRACUSE â Sometimes you expect something and the opposite happens. Plymouthâs Pilgrims took on a team noted for chaotic full-court play, and wound up playing a Wawasee team taking the air out of the ball.
Plymouth out-waited the Warriors by a 57-30 final in a Northern Lakes Conference boys basketball game Friday.
LAKEVILLE â With Triton trailing by two and time for one last shot, everyone in the gym knew who the ball was going to.
And given Clay Yeoâs track record of hitting game-winning shots, LaVille head coach Michael Edison decided to make a gamble â triple down on the senior Valpo recruit and make the Trojans win with someone else.
LAKEVILLE â Kyle Elliott knew Glenn was going to present his team with some match-up problems. The Culver Community coach also had an inkling of what to expect after what he described as his teamâs worst practice of the season Thursday.
Sure enough, the Cavs scuffled to a slow start as the Falcons staked themselves to a 15-5 lead at the first quarter break and never once trailed in a convincing 52-39 Bi-County semifinal win Friday night.
Longtime John Glenn boys basketball coach and current Triton assistant coach Gordon Mosson was honored in between Bi-County Tournament semifinal games Friday night at LaVille as the winningest coach in the tourneyâs 47-year history.
Mosson guided the Falcons to 10 titles and 15 championship game berths in his 25-year tenure as the head coach at Glenn, amassing an impressive 43-15 mark at the tournament.
Mosson, middle, is pictured at right with LaVille Athletic Director Will Hostrawser, left, and LaVille Principal Jeremy Tucker.
Lions, Cougars win Bi-County consolation games
Bremen and New Prairie collected convincing wins in the TCU Bi-County Basketball Tournament consolation round Friday in LaVilleâs auxiliary gym.
Ethan Pike knocked down a game-high 24 points to lead the Lions to a 55-38 win over Oregon-Davis.
Jacob Box chipped in 20 points for Bremen.
Blake Hurford showed the way for the Bobcats with 18 points.
In the second consolation game, New Prairie drilled 12 3-pointers en route to a 76-35 victory over Argos.
Jared Monhaut tallied a game-high 25 points for the Cougars.