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March 12th, 2012
INDIANAPOLIS â€” Culver Militaryâ€™ Academyâ€™s hockey team added to the Eaglesâ€™ legacy with the schoolâ€™s 22nd Indiana High School Hockey Association Class 5A championship Sunday afternoon.
CMA defeated the Columbus Icemen by a convincing 6-1 score in the Pepsi Coliseum for the repeat state title and its 40th win of the season, a new record for wins by any Culver hockey team.
â€śIt has been a very gratifying year with these players,â€ť said coach Jeff Badalich. â€śThey have worked so hard, and they closed it out with another state championship and 40 wins.â€ť
Plymouth sophomore Nicky Davis competes in the floor exercise during a meet earlier this season.
Davis competed in her second Valparaiso Gymnastics Regional Friday as Plymouth earned its first team berth to the meet since 2007 with a third-place finish at the Wawasee Sectional last weekend.
Results from Fridayâ€™s regional meet were not yet available at time of press deadline Friday. See Mondayâ€™s edition of the Pilot News for details on the Lady Pilgrimsâ€™ finish.
PLYMOUTH â€” Triton and Plymouth high schools will be taking donations to help raise funds for the Indiana High School Athletic Associationâ€™s â€śHoosiers for Henryville â€” An Opportunity to Rebuild Henryville Athleticsâ€ť at the two schoolsâ€™ Class 3A and Class A boys basketball regionals Saturday.
Bremen fans cheer to their school song before the start of the Lions' Sectional 35 final with Westview last weekend.
Jr. high wrestling
Lincoln closes regular season at perfect 20-0
The Lincoln Junior High wrestlers closed their regular season at an unblemished 20-0 as they defeated their rivals from Lakeview Warsaw by a score of 93-18 on Tuesday night.
Most of the boys wrestled well, but three matches in particular stood out as Cody Allmon at 95 pounds, Triston Rodriguez at 115 pounds and Colton Schuler at 155 pounds all wrestled tough opponents but still pulled out victories for the young Rockies.
BOURBON â€” Itâ€™s an old sports cliche that big time players make big time plays. But sometimes big time plays make big time players.
Or at least they bring out the best in those players.
Clay Yeo has been a consistent scoring and rebounding threat for Triton throughout the season, averaging nearly 27 points and better than eight caroms a game. But itâ€™s when the game is on the line and the Trojans need him most that the smooth 6-6 junior forward has really shined.
PLYMOUTH â€” Coming into Saturdayâ€™s Wawasee Sectional, Plymouthâ€™s gymnastics team liked its chances to advance to regionals. After junior Traci Longanecker reinjured her ankle on beam, the Lady Pilgrimsâ€™ forecast got a little dimmer.
8th grade girls basketball
Lincoln loses to LaPorte
The eighth grade Lady Red Storm had another close loss to LaPorte Boston, 20-17.
The game was a defensive battle, and Shannon Stephenson, Kara Morwood and Morgan Oberley scored six, five and five points, respectively.
7th grade girls basketball
Lincoln seventh teams beat LaPorte
Triton head coach Jason Groves talks with point guard Zak Shively on the sidelines of the Trojans'sectional championship game with Marquette Saturday at The Trojan Trench.
NEWBURGH â€” The Ancilla College volleyball team has improved its upcoming recruiting class with the addition of Mieka Wagner from Castle High School. The dynamic volleyball player will join the Chargers as a defensive specialist and an outside hitter starting in the 2012-13 season.
â€śCoach Pickerell and I noticed Mieka within minutes of arriving at the Team Indiana Showcase in early December,â€ť said Ancilla coach Lana Singleton. â€śThis kid is a sparkplug. She jumps well, hustles and has a great, bubbly personality. She will be a great addition to our Lady Charger volleyball program.â€ť