June 5th, 2012
BOURBON â€” Triton High School will unveil its new football pavilion during a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house next Monday at 6 p.m.
The Ernie Watkins Pavilion is a 1,600-square foot building that will house a ticket area, a concessions stand, and menâ€™s and womenâ€™s restrooms at the THS football field. The Triton Athletic Office is encouraging fans to attend the grand opening and celebrate with the friends and family of Ernie Watkins.
Kendall Rhodes and McKenzie Scheetz competed in the Michigan Juniors Volleyball Association AAU Grand Prix over the weekend in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Their team, Dunes 12 Black, entered the tourney as the No. 1 seed and finished as the Gold bracket champions in the 12 open age group, going 4-0 in tourney play Saturday at Cornerstone University and 3-0 Sunday at DeVos Place Conference Center.
The Plymouth U9 Girls Travel Soccer Team finished up its season undefeated. The girls brought home gold medals at the Jr. Irish Memorial Day Weekend Invitational and the NISL 2012 Soccer Tournament.
From left to right, the team is front row: Aubrey Vervynckt, Amber Schrameyer, Leah Tanner, Julia Kinney, Lauren Rumpler; middle row:Â Madison Stiles, Alexis Rose, Ava Lomagro, Sophia Smith, Lindsay Janus, Fransheska Cantero; back row: Â Coach Bob Rumpler and Coach Jim Vervynckt.
CULVER - On Thursday, May 31, the Culver Police Department, acting on information received through the Starke County Sheriffs office, served a search warrant at 515 W. Jefferson St. in Culver.
KNOX â€” Dale Hite, of Plymouth, was convicted of eight counts of criminal behavior Friday afternoon in Starke County Circuit Court. After three days of testimony, the jury brought back a guilty verdict on all eight charges: Two counts of resisting law enforcement resulting in death, Class B Felonies; two counts reckless homicide, Class C felonies; resisting law enforcement, Class D Felony; possession of methamphetamine, Class D Felony; failure to stop at a stop sign. Class C Infraction; failure to use headlights from sunset to sunrise, Class C Infraction.
PLYMOUTH â€” If a coachâ€™s legacy is measured as much by the number of lives he touched as by any records, then Dave Coxâ€™s could be seen Sunday.
The former Plymouth High School girls basketball coach celebrated his recent retirement in an open house at PHS, and past players and their families as well as Plymouth staff turned out in abundance to celebrate his 20-year career at the helm of the Lady Pilgrims.
â€śI thank Dave for all the things that heâ€™s helped me with over the years,â€ť said PHS girls assistant basketball coach Dave Duncan at the open house.
WINONA LAKE â€” Last year, Triton beat Warsaw on the Trojansâ€™ fifth score to win the Warsaw Sectional championship. On Friday, the Tigers returned the favor.
Warsaw recorded a fifth score of 87 to trump Tritonâ€™s 100 and break a 323-323 tie for the Tigersâ€™ fourth such title in six years on a damp, blustery and unseasonably cold day at Stonehenge Country Club.
Glennâ€™s Prentkowski, LaVilleâ€™s Zach Gurtner advance to regionals
John Glennâ€™s Tyler Prentkowski carded a 4-over-par 74, and LaVilleâ€™s Zach Gurtner finished two strokes back with a 76 at Erskine Municipal as both golfers earned individual regional berths at the South Bend Riley Sectional Friday.
Both Prentkowski and Gurtner advance to the LaPorte Regional next Friday at Beechwood, scheduled to start at 8 a.m. EDT.
PLYMOUTH â€”Â WorkOne of Northern Indiana announced Thursday that they will hold Rapid Response sessions for displaced former Stone Creek Homes employees Monday. Two sessions will be held in the Plymouth WorkOne office, located at 316 Kingston Road: one from 9 to 11 a.m. and the other from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
"Each individual displaced from employment by closure of Stone Creek Homes should attend one session only," stated a press release from WorkOne Thursday.
FRIDAY, JUNE 1
â€˘ The Walnut Church of the Brethren, 5975 19th Road, Argos is hosting a yard sale from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Proceeds will be used to buy material used in making blankets for the neonatal unit of Memorial Hospital.
SATURDAY, JUNE 2
â€˘ The First United Methodist Church will be serving apple dumplings with caramel sauce at a booth at the Yellow River Festival. Proceeds will go toward the Mission Projects that the church sponsors.