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Manchester boys win county battle against Wabash

Manchester freshman Koehl Fluke goes up for 2 of his 19 points. (Photo by Gary Andrews)

By Gary Andrews

The Manchester Squires scored the first 11 points of the game and exploded for 22 first quarter points on their way to a 61-44 win over Wabash on Friday.

Posted on 2015 Jan 20
Lady Apaches win defensive battle over Manchester

Wabash’s Sarah Puckett blocks a shot attempt from Manchester’s Ellie Milam. (Photo by Gary Andrews)

By Gary Andrews

It was a defensive battle at Wabash Saturday as the Lady Apaches played host to the Manchester Lady Squires, as the Apaches won a slow down game 39-29.

Posted on 2015 Jan 20
Norse, Knights wrestlers compete in Super 8 Dual

Northfield finishes fourth in Rochester event

By Gary Andrews

The Southwood Knights traveled to Rochester for a Super 8 Dual on Saturday and came home with a 2-3 record

The Knights defeated Clinton Central 48-30, and Caston 51-12. They lost to Northfield 36-47, Rochester 18-64, and Tippecanoe Valley 36-43.

Posted on 2015 Jan 20
Lady Knights fall to Whitko

By Gary Andrews

The Southwood Lady Knights hosted the Lady Wildcats of Whitko High School on Saturday night for a Three Rivers Conference game with Whitko leaving with the victory 51-33. The Lady Knights record fell to 7-9 while their conference record is now 1-4.

Trailing just 13-8 after the first quarter the Knight offense went cold in the second, scoring just four points while giving up 14 to trail 27-12 at the half.

Posted on 2015 Jan 20
Wabash’s Carter headed for Indiana Tech

Wabash High School senior Juwan Carter (front row, center) signs his letter of intent to run at Indiana Tech. His is joined by his mother Teresa Emrick (front row, from left) and father Mark Emrick, Wabash Athletic Director Greg Martz (back row, from left), Wabash Track Coach Ryan Evans, Indiana Tech Coach Doug Edgar. (Photo by Gary Andrews)

By Gary Andrews

Wabash senior Juwan Carter signed his national letter of intent Tuesday to run track for Indiana Tech next year.

Carter, the defending Three Rivers Conference champion in the 100-meter dash will run the 100 and 200 at Tech with the opportunity to be on the 4-by-100 relay team.

Asked why he chose Tech, Carter said, ”It’s close to home, but not too close. It’s a fairly new program and everything is new. It felt more like home”.

Tech coach Doug Edgar said, “Being just a two-year track runner it will be fun to watch Juwan progress.”

Indiana Tech has won back-to-back men’s and women’s outdoor national championships, plus are the 2014 indoor national champions.
 

Posted on 2015 Jan 20
Lehner to run at Indiana Wesleyan

Southwood High School senior Emily Lehner (front row, center) signs a letter of intent to run for Indiana Wesleyan University. She is joined by her mother (front row, from left) Annie Lehner and father Brent Lehner, Southwood Athletic Director Tom Finicle (back row, from left), Cross Country Coach Troy Andrews, Track Coach Troy Friedersdorf, IWU Coach John Foss, Coach Heather Hyden. (Photo by Gary Andrews)

By Gary Andrews

Southwood senior Emily Lehner signed her national letter of intent Thursday to further her running career at Indiana Wesleyan University next year.

Lehner was Southwood’s top cross country runner and also runs the 800 in track and will be looked upon to compete in both at Indiana Wesleyan.

Posted on 2015 Jan 20
Southwood to "Blackout For Rigney" during home game against Wabash

This Friday, Jan. 9, the Southwood Adult Athletic Booster Club and the Southwood Athletic Department invite the community to attend the Southwood versus Wabash varsity boys basketball contest to ”Blackout for Rigney.”

Posted on 2015 Jan 06
Squires, Lady Apaches take county titles

BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL COUNTY CHAMPIONS: front row, from left: Levi Hicks, Kane Gable, Branden Scott, Cameron Brandenburg, and David McAtee; back row, from left: Chainey Zolman, Chase Fierstos, Heath Dierks, Koehl Fluke, Keelan Norwood, Braydon Sewell, Bailey Ness, and Adam Byers. (photo by Gary Andrews)

by Gary Andrews

Tuesday was championship day at the Wabash County basketball tournament with four champions being crowned. The Wabash Lady Apaches started out the day by winning the girls junior varsity title, topping Northfield 31-24. Twenty minutes later, the Manchester Squire JV boys team took battle with Northfield, holding on for a 44-38 win.

After two varsity consolation games, the Wabash and Northfield varsity girls took the court with the Lady Apaches coming out on top, 43-36. The Manchester and Northfield boys rounded out play for the night, with Manchester taking home the crown 65-55.

 

 

Posted on 2015 Jan 06

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