September 26th, 2011
NorthWoodâ€™s Cynthia Medina won the girls closed race at the prestigious Culver Academies Cross Country Invitational Saturday with a time of 19:09.
SYRACUSE â€” After running off three straight wins in Weeks 2 through 4, the Rockies seem to be bottoming out.
Plymouth gave up two scores little more than three minutes in and gained just 50 total offensive yards in the second half en route to their second straight Northern Lakes Conference defeat, 39-12 on the road at Wawasee Friday.
WALKERTON â€”Â Josh Anderson was once again the main attraction Friday night.
The senior running back accumulated 234 yards and five touchdowns on 18 attempts, helping John Glenn roll to a 48-21 victory over Culver Military Academy in high school football action at Falcon Field.
Anderson found the end zone on runs of 9, 20, 8, 3, and 46 yards as the Falcons (5-1) scored 20 points in the opening period on their way to a 35-0 halftime cushion.
BREMEN â€”Â A local merchant donated $25 for each Bremen touchdown Friday night.
Given the frequency of their trips to the end zone, the Lions looked determine to bankrupt the unsuspecting business before the first quarter even ended.
Buoyed by outstanding first-half field position and Ben Hueniâ€™s first-frame touchdown reception and interception return for six points, Class 2A No. 6 Bremen seized control early and cruised to a 55-14 Northern State Conference football win over visiting LaVille on homecoming night at Don Bunge Field.
Hogan a hulk for Cavs
Kevin Hogan rattled off 132 rushing yards en route to four scores, and Culver earned a 41-19 Northern State Conference rebound win over visiting Knox Friday.
Hogan completed touchdown runs of 5, 6 and 25 yards in the first quarter as the Cavaliers got off to a fast 21-0 start at the quarter break with three Collin Stevens kicks.
Hogan scored again from four yards out only four seconds into the second frame, and Micah Budzinski returned an interception 69 yards to put Culver up 35-0 at halftime.
Culver's town council has dropped any plans to hear from the Florida-based energy company propsing a wind farm in the Fulton and Marshall County area, after members cited too many differences of opinion to hope to reach a resolution on the matter.
Discussing a suggestion made by some audience members the council's previous meeting, that the council should take a position on the controversial project, council member Ed Pinder said members discussed the matter.
PLYMOUTH â€” The baked goods were already selling out.
Pink cupcakes, cookies, rice crispies, and other sugary treats covered a table near the entrance of the Plymouth soccerplex Thursday night. Stacy Scheetz, faculty organizer for Plymouth High Schoolâ€™s Operation Leadership group, cautioned spectators entering the stadium to buy before there was nothing left.
The bake sale was part of Operation Leadershipâ€™s weeklong efforts to raise money for the Nancy Jaynes memorial scholarship. Jaynes was a teacher at PHS for 30 years before passing away due to breast cancer in 2008.
LAKEVILLE â€” The Union-North United School Board unanimously approved the appointment of Julie Lauck as interim Superintendent.
Lauck will officially begin with the corporation Oct. 3 to coincide with the departure of current Superintendent Dr. Terry Barker.
Barker was recently named as Superintendent of School City of Mishawaka.
Lauck, who resides in New Carlisle, will be working with the Union-North Corporation three days per week, but will also be available for any pressing matters that should arise.
May 30, 1970-Sept. 21, 2011
PLYMOUTH â€”Â Kevin D. Jacobson, 41, of 19336 6th B Road, Plymouth, passed away at 6:49 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011, at his family home.Â
Aug. 2, 1926-Sept. 19, 2011
PLYMOUTH â€” Margaret Hayden, 85, a resident of Plymouth since 1967, joined her beloved husband C. R. in Godâ€™s heaven after a brief battle with cancer Monday, Sept. 19 at 8:45 a.m. in Pilgrim Manor in Plymouth.
Margaret Sirois was born Aug. 2, 1926, the third child of Earl â€śFrenchyâ€ťÂ and Fern SiroisÂ in Shelby.
â€śMargyâ€ť graduated from Lowell High School in 1944 and took pride in being voted the best athlete in her class, beating out future husband Dick in the voting.