Sports and Outdoors

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Sports Round-Up by Paul Beitler

Raider girls sweep Jets in ACAC
The Southern Wells 7th-grade and 8th-grade girls’ basketball teams defeated Adams Central Monday. The 7th-grade Raiders won 27-13 and the 8th-graders won 37-16.
Kiarra Leas led the 7th-grade Raiders with 10 points. Lela Knowles added six, Emily Junk four, Brooke Penrod three, Meghan Yencer two and Timber Tucker two.
Carissa Carter paced the 8th-grade Raiders with 15 points and Ashton Prible netted 12. Katelyn Kline had four points, Olivia Mossburg three, Hilary Paxson two and Megan Thompson one.

Crusader 8th-grade girls romp
Olivia Geiger scored 13 points and Kelsey Beer added 10 to lead the Norwell Crusaders’ 8th-grade girls’ basketball team to a 53-10 romp over Prince Chapman Academy on Monday night at Norwell.
Brittany Barger and Alicia Coleman each added eight points, while Laken Chaney chipped in six. Kendal Beckstein and Kylee Byerly each had four for the Crusaders.

Leo girls take two from Tigers
The Leo Middle School girls’ basketball teams handed the Bluffton Tigers a pair of losses Monday at Bluffton.
The 7th-grade Tigers (10-2) were nipped in overtime 26-25, which was their first loss (4-1) against an Allen County Athletic Conference opponent.
Erin McKinley led the Tigers with 10 points. Emma Thompson added seven, Morgan Corle four and Catie Neuenschwander four.
Leo beat the 8th-grade Tigers 34-14. The Tigers (3-9, 1-4) were led by Taeler Meadows with six points. Sierra Steffen had four, Hanna Mock two and Laura Stroud two.

Wrestling club registration reset
The Bluffton Wrestling Club registration, which was slated for Monday night, has been rescheduled for next Monday Jan. 18, due to the high school meet against Garrett that was moved to Jan. 11. Sign in starts at 5:30 p.m., followed by practice from 6-7:30 p.m.

Rumble auction raises $1,826
FORT WAYNE — The annual silent auction held at the “Rumble in Fort Wayne” indoor races raised $1,826 for the Kenny Irwin Jr. Memorial Foundation’s Dare to Dream Camp — a 27-acre campground near New Castle.

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