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February 22nd, 2011

Lions look at sectional as opportunity

February 22, 2011

BREMEN — Team unity is easy to achieve when times are good. It's the tough times that are challenging.
The Bremen boys basketball team has seen its share of difficulties this season but has maintained a positive attitude and drive.
"Nobody enjoys losing in basketball, because you play it to win," Bremen coach Kyle Hanyzewski said. "It's easy to get along on a winning team, and what separates this group is they stay together and work for each other. A lot of kids would pack up and quit but these kids bring it every single day and that's been a pleasure to see."

Cavaliers hope to keep the good times rolling

February 22, 2011

CULVER — Culver Community High School enjoyed an historic athletics day Saturday with its first team regional title and individual state championship.
Now, the Cavs’ boys basketball team hopes to follow the lead set by the school’s girls basketball team and wrestling heavyweight state champion Jeremiah Harvey.

Lancers looking to beat Jimtown twice

February 22, 2011

LAKEVILLE — To beat Jimtown is always a challenge.
Beating the perennial Northern State Conference powerhouse twice in one season — in one week in fact — is going to be an uphill climb.
LaVille (9-9) will try to do just that as the Lancers finish out their NSC and regular seasons at home against the Jimmies (9-10) Friday, then turn around and face them again in the first round of the Class 2A Westview Sectional Tuesday.

Eagles hoping to win first title

February 22, 2011

CULVER — An interesting fact about Culver Military Academy — the Eagles have never won a sectional.
In 36 tries since joining the IHSAA State Basketball Tournament in 1974, they've never once hoisted the trophy despite drawing from an international talent pool that has included some of the most gifted players to grace northern Indiana hardwood. Not in 24 years at Plymouth, not in six years at Warsaw, nor in five at North Judson, nor one at South Bend Washington.

Falcons hope early schedule pays off at sectional

February 22, 2011

WALKERTON – John Glenn’s boys basketball team plays a brutal early-season schedule for such a time as this.
With a Class 3A Sectional 19 first-round tilt against Mishawaka Marian set, and a second-round meeting with Culver Military Academy awaiting the winner, the Falcons (10-8) hope that non-conference slate pays dividends now.
“We told our kids this is why we schedule the way we have for the first five or six games of the season,” Glenn head coach Travis Hannah said. “They’ve been through that type of meat grinder. Hopefully, they can draw on that experience.

Dragons hope to end on high note

February 22, 2011

ARGOS — Seasons don’t get much tougher than what the Argos boys basketball team has endured.
“It has been tough but I feel like the kids still have a good attitude and they’re working hard,” Argos coach Doug Snyder said. “Obviously we’d like to have a better record, but we’re still going into each practice preparing like we have all season.”
Even with six seniors, Argos came into the season with little collective varsity experience. Seniors Matt Hollar and Sam Edmonds were the exception and have led the team throughout.

Harvey’s state title no surprise

February 22, 2011

CULVER — Wrestling championships are often decided long before any championship match, before a wrestler even takes his place on the mat opposite his opponent.
If anyone was prepared to win Saturday’s 73rd Annual IHSAA Individual Wrestling State Finals, it was Jeremiah Harvey.

February 21st

Culver museum looks to community to decide its future

February 22, 2011

If things seem quiet in Culver regarding the Antiquarian and Historical Society of Culver and its museum and research facility, The Center for Culver History, it’s not because nothing’s happening, say Jim Peterson, AHS President, and Jim Sawhook, Vice President (and Museum Manager).

Weather causes problems in commute

February 21, 2011

PLYMOUTH - They said there would be days like these.
Weather forecasters warned motorists in advance that Mother Nature may have something nasty in store for Monday, but what happened was hardly anticipated. Temperatures combined with Sunday rain made for an icy commute on Monday morning. Weather throughout the day made travel tough until snow began to fall, covering the icy mix.

Care and Share hosts annual meeting Thursday

February 21, 2011

PLYMOUTH — The annual meeting of Care and Share will be held on Thursday, Feb. 24 at the Plymouth Wesleyan Church.
Care and Share was originally organized to allow individuals, businesses, organizations and churches to pool their donations into one central fund for distribution to those in our area experiencing emergency financial difficulties.

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