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Wednesday night at sectionals

by Gary Andrews

It was night two at the Manchester boys’ sectional Wednesday with Wabash taking on Lewis Cass in game one followed by Manchester and Southwood. Game one was a rematch from two weeks ago when Cass got the best of Wabash, defeating the Apaches 73-53 . Wednesday the Apaches trailed by just four points with 2:39 to go, but the Kings held off Wabash for a second time 74-60.

Lewis Cass jumped out to a quick 4-0 start before the Apaches gathered themselves. Cody King and Kodi Clemons hit back to back to tie the score at 4 when Cass went on a 6-0 run to open a 10-4 lead. Christian Hall stopped the run with a bucket before Cass went again. The Kings would score five straight to open a 15-6 lead. Again the Apaches would answer. Roger Davis would hit a free throw and then a three pointer, followed by a Mike Jones bucket as the Apaches closed the gap to 15-12 at the first break.

Posted on 2014 Mar 11
Boys’ basketball All-TRC team announced

The 2013-14 Three Rivers Conference All Conference Boys’ Basketball team has been announced. The ballots were submitted and the results are as follows:

Posted on 2014 Mar 11
Finishing with undefeated season, 7th grade Lady Norse win RRC

by Gary Andrews

The Northfield Lady Norse 7th grade basketball team completed an undefeated season by winning the RRC tournament Saturday at Wabash. Northfield defeated Manchester 35-22 in the semi-finals before dismantling Tippecanoe Valley 44-19 in the championship. The Lady Norse finished 15-0.

Against Manchester, Ariel Dale led with 12 points. Kelcie Thomson and Melanie Beery added 8 points each.

Posted on 2014 Mar 04
Terrell signs with Purdue Calumet

by Gary Andrews

Northfield senior Elaina Terrell has signed her national letter of intent to continue her volleyball career at Purdue Calumet next year. While playing with the Lady Norse, Terrell was an outside hitter. Terrell was in the top 15 in the TRC in serving percentage at 89.6 percent, eighth in attacks with 369 and ninth in blocking. Terrell is undecided in a major but is leaning towards sports management. “Elaina decided on PUC because she felt comfortable with the team and coach and she is very excited about the growth Coach Julie Wiejak has planned for the team,” said Elaina’s mother, Jennie.

Posted on 2014 Mar 04
Two Southwood wrestlers compete at State

In the IHSAA State Finals Friday night, Colton Dawes wrestled Cornelious Elliott II in the 113lb class.  The Perry Meridian grappler was more experienced at the State level, but Dawes put together some strong offensive and defensive scrambles.  In arguably Dawes’ best match of the year, he pushed his opponent to the limit.  The final score read as a 5-3 loss, but those watching the match, felt it was one of the better matches of the first round.  It was an awesome season for Colton!

Jake Smith faced off with Guy Henson of Avon at the 285lb class. Neither wrestler was able to tally a point in the first period.  In the second period Guy escaped for a point.  In the third Jake returned the favor, scoring an escape.  The match came down to one late scramble where the Avon wrestle came out on top.  The final was score 3-1.  It was a good season 40-2 for this senior Knight.

Posted on 2014 Feb 25
Wabash County High School Basketball on Wabash WebTV

by Bill Barrows

There is one week of boys’ high school action before we focus on the postseason. The boys’ sectional draw was held on Sunday and here is how it went. On Tuesday, March 4, Hoosier Hysteria gets underway at Manchester High School. Here is the breakdown:

Game 1: North Miami vs. Oak Hill. Tuesday, 7 p.m.

Game 2: Wabash vs. Cass. Wednesday, 6 p.m.

Game 3: Southwood vs. Manchester. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.

Game 4: Northfield vs. Winner of Game 1. Friday, 6 p.m.

Game 5: Winner of Game 2 vs. Winner of Game 3. Friday, 7:30 p.m.

Posted on 2014 Feb 25
Lady Apaches fall short at Lapel

by Gary Andrews

The Wabash Lady Apaches were in pursuit of their first regional title at Lapel Saturday, winning the first game 55-48 over Southmont before falling short against Tipton in the championship game 48-37.

The Lady Apaches got off to a slow start in their game against Southmont. After leading 6-2 Southmont would out score Wabash 11-2 the remainder of the quarter to lead Wabash 13-8 after one.

Wabash, showing no panic came storming back in the second. Sarah Puckett would hit a free throw that ignited a 6-1 run as the Lady Apaches tied the score at 14 just two minutes into the second. After a Southmont three and trailing 17-14 Kyleigh Hampton would connect twice, one a three to give Wabash a 19-17 lead. Puckett would then hit two free throws, followed by buckets from Claire Cromer and Lyndsie Thomas to lead 25-17. Thomas and Cromer would each hit one more time in the quarter and Wabash led 30-18 at the half.

Posted on 2014 Feb 25
Knights win county battle over Norse

by Gary Andrews

Every year as the boys’ basketball regular season nears the end, county rivals Southwood and Northfield do battle for bragging rights of the metro school system. The two squads fought that battle Friday night at Northfield with the Knights winning the war 75-46.

Southwood got off to a good start right off the bat on a Corey Phillipy three that was followed by a bucket from Alex Harmon to lead 5-0. Jarred Short would get the Norse on the board and cut the lead to 2 points with a three before the Knights scored 6 straight. Jackson Blair hit, then got a steal for a lay-up before Harmon made it 11-3. Tanner Wilcox stopped the run with a bucket when Alex Harmon answered with a dunk to make it 13-5. Blair and Phillipy would trade buckets with Wilcox and the Knights led 17-9 after one.

Posted on 2014 Feb 25

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