November 14th, 2011
Plymouth forward Amber Redinger scored six points in the fourth quarter, including the game-winning bucket in the Lady Pilgrimsâ€™ season-opening 31-29 win over Peru last Thursday.
Bremen junior Ethan Pike collected two touchdown receptions for 28 yards as the Lions beat Wheeler on the road for their first regional football title since 1997 Friday.
LAKEVILLE â€” LaVilleâ€™s free-throw shooting and turnover numbers jump off the stat sheet.
Ten of 20 from the charity stripe â€” 5 of 13 in the second half and 3 of 9 in the fourth quarter â€” and 23 turnovers.
Combined, those two sore spots helped Concordâ€™s girls basketball team trip up the Lancers 46-40 at Dale E. Cox Gymnasium Saturday.
MISHAWAKA â€“ The 2011-2012 version of the Oregon-Davis girls basketball team is loaded with good, young talent, but light on varsity experience.
By starting the season off with a doubleheader Saturday, the Lady Bobcats gained some valuable experience, splitting two games against Class 4A schools in the Mishawaka Classic.
After easily dispatching Elkhart Central in the morning contest, 64-32, the Lady Bobcats narrowly lost to the hosts, 49-42, in the championship game. Although it was not the outcome O-D wanted, the fourth-ranked team in Class A made an impression.
A pair of Culver Girls Academy alums will square off against each other for the NCAA Division I womenâ€™s cross country championship.
Princeton University senior Alex Banfich and Columbia University freshman Waverly Neer have each been selected to compete as individuals at the national championship meet in Terre Haute on Monday, Nov. 21, the NCAA announced Sunday night.
Banfich, a Plymouth native, won three Indiana high school girls cross country championships from Â 2005-2007 while running for Culver Girls Academy. Neer, of Russiaville,Â won a state title for CGA in 2010.
KNOX - The votes from the 2nd District Democratic Precinct Committee are in: Mike Schmuhl, 28, has been chosen as the new Democratic Party Chair for the 2nd District.
Schmuhlâ€™s background includes working on successful campaigns such as Pete Buttigiegâ€™s campaign for South Bend mayor as well as Congressman Joe Donnellyâ€™s 2010 reelection campaign.
Photo by James Costello
LaVille's Katie Berger drives down to the baseline while Concord's Shaunee Albert pursues her during a basketball game at LaVille Saturday.
Pilot photo/ James Costello
Plymouth students Lane Singleton, left, Connor Flynn, center, and Gabe Vervycnkt, right, watch during Plymouth's girls basketball season-opener at home against Peru Thursday.
VALPARAISO â€” Ethan Pike may never have played high school football before this year, but the junior wide receiver played like a seasoned vet Friday night.
Pike finished with two touchdown receptions totaling 28 yards in Bremenâ€™s regional battle of unbeatens versus Wheeler, his first a 10-yarder that put the Lions on the board at the 3:31 mark of the first quarter and his second a heady 18-yarder off a tip from Bearcats defensive back Derek Hartwig with just 3.4 seconds remaining in the first half to give Bremen its final lead of the night.
Culver Academies' Huffington Concert Series continues Monday evening with the Midtown Men, four members of the original cast of Broadwayâ€™s "Jersey Boys," live onstage at Eppley Auditorium, starting at 7:30 p.m.
While "The Jersey Boys" was centered on its stars' portrayals of the 1960s Motown group the Four Seasons, Midtown Men will offer a broader, but similar sampling of 1960s fare to the audience, ranging from Motown hits to the Beatles, the Beach Boys to the Mamas and the Papas, "a journey through all the iconic groups of the '60s," member Daniel Reichard told one media source.