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Cox’s legacy celebrated at open house

June 4, 2012

PLYMOUTH — If a coach’s legacy is measured as much by the number of lives he touched as by any records, then Dave Cox’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.
“I thank Dave for all the things that he’s helped me with over the years,” said PHS girls assistant basketball coach Dave Duncan at the open house.

Tigers flip script on Trojans at Warsaw

June 1, 2012

WINONA LAKE — Last year, Triton beat Warsaw on the Trojans’ fifth score to win the Warsaw Sectional championship. On Friday, the Tigers returned the favor.
Warsaw recorded a fifth score of 87 to trump Triton’s 100 and break a 323-323 tie for the Tigers’ fourth such title in six years on a damp, blustery and unseasonably cold day at Stonehenge Country Club.

Results 6-2

June 1, 2012

Golf
Glenn’s Prentkowski, LaVille’s Zach Gurtner advance to regionals
John Glenn’s Tyler Prentkowski carded a 4-over-par 74, and LaVille’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.

Faces in the crowd

June 1, 2012

Young Plymouth baseball players come out to show the high school team some support in the Pilgrims' sectional opener last week.

Grace inks LaVille standout Feitz

June 1, 2012

LAKEVILLE — Grace’s women’s basketball team has added the next piece to its puzzle in LaVille High School’s Jesse Feitz.
Feitz is a 6-foot-2 post player who earned First Team All-Northern State Conference honors as a senior.
She averaged 13.1 points, 9.9 rebounds and 2.2 steals per game during her senior year, according to VarVee.com. The Indiana Basketball Coaches Association named her Honorable Mention for Senior All-State as well.

Golf tourney gets underway Friday

May 31, 2012

WARSAW — Plymouth and Triton hope to get a boost from their top flight status as the Warsaw Boys Golf Sectional gets underway Friday at Stonehenge.
The Pilgrims and the Trojans will tee off at 10 a.m. with meet favorite and host Warsaw as the top three seeds at the tourney, while Culver Military Academy vies with Tippecanoe Valley as the other teams predicted to be contenders for regional qualification, and Culver Community and Bremen will also compete among the 15-team field at Warsaw.

Ancilla basketball signs NorthWood’s Qaiyim

May 31, 2012

NAPPANEE — NorthWood High School basketball standout Jakyah Qaiyim has signed his letter of intent to play for the Ancilla College men’s basketball program starting in the fall of 2012.
The 6’2”, 185-pound Qaiyim averaged 12 points per game while shooting 57 percent during his senior year at NorthWood. Qaiyim also averaged six rebounds per game and was voted the Panthers’ MVP this past season. He plans to pursue a degree in criminal justice at Ancilla.
“The coaches and everyone I met at Ancilla were very nice,” said Qaiyim. “They recruited me hard and made it comfortable for me.”

Segraves signs with Spartans

May 30, 2012

PLYMOUTH — Jacob Segraves’ passion for wrestling isn’t a lifelong love affair, but one that grew over time.
It’s a love affair that he’ll get to continue at the collegiate level as the Plymouth senior recently signed on with Manchester College.
“I’m pretty excited to be able to wrestle at the next level,” Segraves said. “That’s something that I didn’t really think about because I never really pictured myself wrestling. I kind of fell in love with it and everything about it. Hopefully I can just help out Manchester and do everything I need to do. It’s something I look forward to doing.”

Results 5-30

May 30, 2012

Boys golf
Culver wins tri-way meet
Culver wrapped up its dual meet season with a win over both Caston and Pioneer in a three-way boys golf meet at home at Mystic Hills Tuesday.
Luke Dunfee led th efield with a 41, while Trent Elliott, Zach Duplay and Cody Peterson all carded 45s in a consistent showing for the Cavaliers.
Culver will take the field with Plymouth, Bremen, Triton and Culver Military Academy at the Warsaw Sectional Friday, scheduled to begin at 10 a.m.
• CULVER 176, CASTON 195, PIONEER 196
At Mystic Hills (Par 35)

Satellites down Trojans for Culver championship

May 29, 2012

BOURBON — Triton’s lineup had been producing throughout the Culver Community Sectional, but the bats went silent in the championship.
The Trojans followed up an 11-hit win over Marquette Friday with a 10-hit, five-inning diming of the host Cavaliers, 13-3 in the semifinal Monday afternoon with a 6-1 loss to fourpeat champion South Central in the championship at Culver Monday evening.
 SOUTH CENTRAL 6,
TRITON 1

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