Archive - Jan 22, 2013 - Sports Article
Q - We always like to start off letting you talk about your family - I know they are important to you so why donâ€™t you tell us everybodyâ€™s name...?
A - My Mom and Dad are Steve and Julie Harrell and Iâ€™ve got my sister Ashley and my little brother Drew...
Q - Is there anything athletically you donâ€™t do?
A - Iâ€™m pretty awful at golf? I donâ€™t know if that counts?
Q - You play a lot of golf?
A - I played once. Shot a 72 on nine holes. You know...
Q- So you arenâ€™t thinking of taking up golf then? As your next challenge?
A - I guess it could be. Not my favorite but...
Lafferty sets 2 records as Lady Lions beat Marian
Katie Lafferty set two new pool records in the 50 and 100 freestyles, and the Lady Lions handed visiting Marian a 133-48 defeat in their home pool in Bremen Monday.
Lafferty clocked a 24.87 in the 50 and a 54.1 in the 100 on her way to four wins for the evening as she also swam anchor on her teamâ€™s winning 200 medley and 400 free relay squads.
LIGONIER â€” With a long layover since their last meet and a change of equipment at West Noble, Plymouthâ€™s gymnastics team had to shake off a little rust Monday.
The Lady Pilgrims performed well enough to get the road win, defeating the Chargers, 95.9-81.275. The team had last competed nine days prior when they defeated Lowell in their first dual meet of the year.
A host of area football players received Academic All-State nominations as the Indiana Football Coaches Association released its annual list recently.
Plymouthâ€™s Adam Lacefiled and Christian Wiers both made the list, while Culver Community also saw a pair of players named in Allen Betts and Micah Budzinski.
Culver Military received four Academic All-State distinctions in Beau Eckstein, Eric Maudhuit, Frank Slykas and Caleb Jadrich, and Tritonâ€™s D.J. Riffle also made the team.