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Glenn golf opens at 2-0
John Glennâ€™s girls golf team opened its 2013 season with a pair of wins as over Northridge and Tippecanoe Valley on Tuesday.
The Lady Falcons carded a team score of 212 to convincingly beat out Northridgeâ€™s 258, while Tippy Valley was unable to field a complete team with just three golfers at the triangular meet.
Glenn was led by Anna Schmeltzâ€™s round of 43, while Madeleine Silvey shot 53, Emma Reese carded a 56, and Morgan Eggleston shot 60 to complete the team score. Presley Gee shot 65 in the season-opener.
Plymouth football player Vincente Vasquez makes a sale to his coach, Brent Corbett and son Wilson Corbett for the teamâ€™s Rib Eye Sandwich Fundraiser. The meal is this Saturday starting at 11 a.m. and running up to game time for the teamâ€™s annual Soap Game at 6 p.m.
Tickets for the meal are $10 and include â€śspudsâ€ť and a drink. Sandwiches alone are $6. There will also be a bake sale and picnic area.
Admission for the Soap Game is â€” you guessed it â€” a bottle of soap. Tickets for the fundraiser are available from any PHS football player.
Plymouth, NorthWood compete
at Lafayette Harrison Invite
Plymouth and NorthWood kicked off the girls golf season at the Lafayette Harrison Invitational Monday, as the Lady Panthers carded a 353 team score for third place and Plymouth golfers tallied a 412 for ninth place at the invite.
No. 7-ranked Lafayette Jefferson won the meet with a 337 led by low medalist Lindsey Burklowâ€™s 75.
Monday, Aug. 5
Plymouth girls golf at Harrison Invitational 9 a.m.
Tuesday, Aug. 6
Glenn girls golf vs Tippy Vally, Northridge at Mill Creek 10 a.m.
Wednesday, Aug. 7
LaVille, Glenn girls golf at Plymouth Invitational 9 a.m.
Triton girls golf at Caston Invitational
Thursday, Aug. 8
LaVille girls golf vs Knox at Sprig O'Mint 10 a.m.
Triton girls golf vs New Prairie 9 a.m.
Plymouth girls golf vs Marian, Winamac 9 a.m.
Friday, Aug. 9
Plymouth girls golf at Goshen Invite at Black Squirrel 8:30 a.m.
Tritonâ€™s Carpenter ties for 25th at Indianapolis Amateur
Triton grad and Ball State recruit Quentyn Carpenter finished in a tie for 25th at the Indiana Golf Foundationâ€™s Indianapolis Amateur competition over the weekend.
Carpenter followed up a round of 75 Friday at Coffin Club with a 79 Saturday to finish at 10-over 154 in a three-way tie for 25th in a field of more than 70 golfers.
The winner, Justin Wenger of Otter Creek Golf Club, fired an impressive 10-under-par 134 at the Par 72 course.
The Plymouth 16U Pony League finished up its end of season tournament last weekend.
Valmont, pictured at top, surged from a fifth-place regular season finish to run the table at the tournament and beat In Home Inspections 11-3 for the championship. The team is: Cody Bernero, Noah Harrell, Jacob Hildebrand, Alex Hoover, Carson Hoover, Patrick Houser, Josh Mattke, Brandon Milligan, Zach Pitney, Gunnar Rains, Cody Schoff, Max Slusser and Jeremy Splix. Coaches are Greg Hildebrand, Dave Hoover, Darrell Rains and Dave Harrell.
PLYMOUTH â€” The crisp weather is pointing towards fall and football, but if football is close, the WTCA Rockie Football auction is closer.
Each year Plymouth High School football takes a day on the radio at AM 1050 to raise money for the team. This yearâ€™s event is set for Aug. 2 and parent organizers of the event â€” Tonda Ellis and Tracey Peters â€” are ready to go.
â€śPeople have been really generous,â€ť said Peters of this yearâ€™s auction items. â€śAlmost unbelievably so. All I had to do was ask and people gave.â€ť
INDIANAPOLIS â€” Most of Bremenâ€™s 4,500 residents know that SPB is shorthand for Shine-Pray-Believe. The initials represent remarkable community support for three local boys recently diagnosed and treated for cancer within a six-month span at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health.
PLYMOUTH â€” Plymouth Post 27 got another crack at the team that eliminated it from sectional play. Unfortunately for the Diamond Spyders, it was deja vu all over again in the regional tournament.
PLYMOUTH â€” It was only Wednesday that Plymouth Post 27 received an invitation to fill in at regional for a Richmond Post 65 squad that was forced to withdraw from the American Legion state tournament.
After a lackluster finish at last weekâ€™s sectional, the Diamond Spyders hit their home field Friday hoping to parlay that new life in the tourney into a reversal of fortune. Instead, they received an all too familiar result at the hands of an old foe.