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June 10th

LaVille’s Herbster, Shearer given ICGSA softball honors

June 10, 2013

LAKEVILLE — LaVille softball was given a trio of honors by the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association, it was announced Saturday.
Junior pitcher Hanna Herbster was named to the association’s All-District lists, while Lady Lancers coach Scot Shearer was given a pair of honors both as Class 2A District 2 Coach of the Year and as one of three coaches chosen to represent the northern part of the state at the ICGSA North-South All-Star Game.

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June 10, 2013

Basketball
Mercer cracks double figures as Indian completes sweep of Kentucky
Trey Lyles of Indianapolis Tech scored 18 points, James Blackmon Jr. of Marion added 13 points on a perfect shooting performance, and Plymouth’s Mack Mercer also put up double digits as the Indiana Junior All-Stars completed a double sweep of Kentucky at St. Xavier High School in Louisville Saturday.
The Indiana boys won 86-73, while the Indiana girls won their game 77-57.

June 7th

Woolfington golf outing continues as honor to a friend

June 7, 2013

PLYMOUTH — Keeping a friend’s memory alive is a powerful thing.
Five years ago a pair of friends started making good on a promise to another. Mark Lindsey and Tony Plothow promised their buddy Craig Woolfington — dying of cancer — that they would make certain his daughter Kate had a chance to go to college.

Mercer scores nine as Indiana Junior All-Stars down Kentucky in overtime

June 7, 2013

GREENFIELD — James Blackmon Jr. drilled a huge 3-point shot in overtime to lead the IndyStar.com Indiana Junior All-Stars boys to a 108-102 victory over Kentucky in the first round basketball home-and-home doubleheaders at Greenfield-Central High School on Friday.
Blackmon, a 6-2 guard who will play at Marion as a senior, poured in a game-high 27 points, and Trevon Bluiett of Park Tudor chipped in 17 points as Indiana moved to 2-1 in the second year of the Junior series against Kentucky.

CGA lacrosse players singled out for multitude of postseason honors

June 7, 2013

CULVER — Several Culver Girls Academy lacrosse team members were honored when the Indiana High School Women’s Lacrosse Association handed out its awards following the state championship game, won by CGA, on June 1.
Recognized as Academic All-Americans were Morgan Osborn, Clair Fay and Rory Byrne. To be named an Academic All-American, a player must maintain a 3.6 grade point average or higher, have played two years of varsity lacrosse, and be an active community service volunteer.
Recognized as US Lacrosse All-Americans representing Indiana were Olivia Rabbitt and Annie Morsches.

Triton earns 2nd ever state berth

June 7, 2013

WINONA LAKE — However low Triton goes, Warsaw always seems to be a stroke better.
Less than a week after the Trojans suffered a disappointing 314-315 championship defeat at the hands of the host Tigers at the Warsaw Sectional, Triton came up a stroke short of a regional championship at Stonehenge.

Plymouth’s Mercer, Bales teaming up as All-Star Series kicks off tonight

June 7, 2013

GREENFIELD — Plymouth basketball standout Mack Mercer and his coach have been doing a little carpooling lately.
Mercer was selected in April as one of the six core players on the IndyStar.com’s Junior All-Star team, when PHS head coach Ryan Bales was also selected as one of just three coaches to the team, and the two have been enjoying the off-the-court time they’ve been spending together lately.

June 6th

Diamond Spyders have big arms to fill as season opens Saturday

June 6, 2013

PLYMOUTH — The coming of the summer means the start of the American Legion baseball season in Plymouth, and Post 27’s Diamond Spyders will have to deal with some key pitching losses but also return some key elements for the coming year.
“I think some of the teams in the area had some success with young teams and we’re hoping for the same,” said Post Manager Will Hostrawser. “When you lose two quality pitchers like Sean Liedtky and James Hackworth, those aren’t necessarily guys you’re going to replace. We will be as successful as our pitching this year.”

June 3rd

Bremen ousted by Adams Central at Whiting Regional

June 3, 2013

WHITING — There’s not much you can do against a team that is hitting over .400 this season.
That’s what would ultimately be the Bremen Lions’ demise, as they came into the Class 2A Whiting Regional riding high after their Westview Sectional triumph with an 8-0 win over Churubusco and an 8-7 win over Westview in the final.
But unfortunately for Bremen, it ran into a finely-tuned hitting machine in Fort Wayne Luers Sectional winner Adams Central, who pounded out 14 hits on its way to an 11-1 six-inning rout of the Lions on Saturday afternoon in the first regional semifinal at Whiting.

Heckaman leads area athletes at girls state track meet

June 3, 2013

BLOOMINGTON — Say this for Leah Heckaman: She’s got a positive attitude.
Even though Heckaman had to face one of the toughest fields in years in the weight events, including a new state record holder in the discus, the Culver Academies junior was all smiles following Saturday’s IHSAA girls state track finals.
“I had a good day,” said Heckaman, who finished fifth in the discus and 10th in the shot put. “I knew what I wanted to do, and even if everything didn’t go perfect, I’m satisfied.”

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