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November 14th

Lions ready for Rensselaer Central

November 14, 2013

BREMEN — As head coach of the Bremen Lions, Bob Holmes is tasked each week with breaking down game tape to find weaknesses in the Lions’ opponents.
The problem is, he’s having trouble finding any in this week’s regional foe, Renssealer Central.
“First and foremost, I don’t think they have any weaknesses,” said Holmes. “That’s not something you can usually say about a football team — you can usually find something that you want to exploit, and we just can’t find a whole lot of cracks in Rensselaer’s game. They’re fundamentally sound, and they play some great team football.”

Area signings

November 14, 2013

A host of area athletes signed on with various universities on Tuesday. Check out Thursday's edition of the Pilot News for details.

November 5th

King's Jewelry Athlete of the Week Michael Schmeltz

November 5, 2013

John Glenn’s Michael Schmeltz had three touchdowns — including a pick six — to go with three extra-point kicks and a two-point conversion as the Falcons dominated Hammond on the road Friday night.

King's Jewelry Athlete of the Week Preston Hansel

November 5, 2013

Culver Community’s Preston Hansel racked up 236 yards in 26 rushes — an average of better than 9 yards a carry — and scored four touchdowns as the Cavs closed out their season with a loss to West Central Friday.

Bremen’s Wickens places 81st at state

November 5, 2013

TERRE HAUTE — Bremen junior Kris Wickens passes New Prairie’s David Kampf just before the finish line at Saturday’s IHSAA boys state cross country finals in Terre Haute.
Wickens, only the second Bremen runner to ever compete in a boys state cross country meet, finished 81st out of 206 total runners.
He completed the 5,000-meter course at the Wabash Valley Sports Center in 16:40.9.
Kampf, this year’s Northern State Conference champ, placed 82nd in 16:41.8.

November 1st

Scores from Friday's sectional football games

November 2, 2013

Here are the scores from Friday's sectional semifinals. Read the weekend edition of the Pilot News for more in-depth coverage.

BREMEN 35, CHURUBUSCO 28

JOHN GLENN 43, HAMMOND 0

NEW PRAIRIE 48, PLYMOUTH 21

WEST CENTRAL 54, CULVER COMMUNITY 38

October 31st

Future Pilgrims Basketball League schedule changes

October 31, 2013

PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth High School boys basketball program has announced some changes to the November schedule for its third annual Future Pilgrims Boys Basketball League, beginning with this Saturday. Listed below are the dates for the schedule changes with times and locations following.
Saturday 11-2:
1st Grade: 8:15 - 9:45 a.m. (Menominee)
2nd Grade: 8:45 - 10:15 a.m. (Riverside)
3rd Grade: 8:00 - 9:30 a.m. (Riverside)
Saturday 11-9:
1st Grade: 8:15 - 9:45 a.m. (Menominee)
2nd Grade: 8:45 - 10:15 a.m. (Plymouth High School)

Cavaliers look to continue streak in West Central rematch

October 31, 2013

CULVER — So much of a team’s post-season success comes down to peaking at the right time.
With back-to-back wins headed into this Friday’s Sectional 41 match-up with West Central, that’s exactly what the Culver Cavaliers seem to be doing.
Not that it’s been easy. Up to Week 9’s regular-season closer with LaVille, the Cavaliers were sitting at 2-6 in the midst of a five-game losing streak against a Northern State Conference slate that included a dominant New Prairie squad that is now No. 1 in the state in margin of victory, as well as top 10-ranked Bremen and Jimtown programs.

Binkley is NISC Player of the Year

October 31, 2013

ARGOS — Argos’ Damon Binkley was named the Northern Indiana Soccer Conference Player of the Year a second straight year, and the Dragons received six selections to the All-NISC teams, the school announced this week.
Binkley notched 43 goals during a banner year in which the junior striker rebroke his previous single-season school record of 39 scores set last year.

October 30th

Falcons ready for Hammond after last week’s sectional reprisal at Marian

October 30, 2013

WALKERTON — What goes around, comes around.
The past two seasons, John Glenn has seen its season end with sectional semifinal games at Mishawaka Marian. So when the Falcons drew Marian on the road in their 3A Sectional 25-opener last week, they were ready for a reprisal.
That’s just what they got as they jumped out to a 16-7 lead in the first quarter and never looked back on the way to a convincing 37-21 win over the Knights.
Glenn thus earned the right to advance to this week’s semifinal at Hammond.

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