Sports Round Up
June 17, 2014
WCST wins two dual meets
The Wells Community Swim Team sank the Bellmont Swim Club 403-195 in a meet on June 12.
Three-time individual winners for WCST were Walker Copeland, Kate Mahnensmith, Sarah Mahnensmith and Adam Nahrwold.
Double individual winners were Alec Reiff, Estill Emerson, Bryson Mayer, Aubreyan Heyerly, Hannah Worden and Aaron Carnall.
Other individual winners were Renee Fraze, Addison Schreiber, Syniah Ebright, Kiersten Mayer, Addyson Heyerly, Rylan Heyerly, Bobby Kwandrans, Jack Reiff, Danielle Biberstein, Ella Krug, Simon Price, Sabrina Wright, Lucus Stauffer, Kaitlyn Schriver, Riley Fraze and Luke Rinehart.
In another meet on June 10, WCST routed the Adams Central Swim Club 841-186.
Three-time individual winners were Copeland, Carnall, Aubrey Pulver, Aubreyan Heyerly, Alec Reiff and Dustin Lobsiger.
Double individual winners were Worden, Schreiber, Biberstein, Nahrwold, Stauffer, Sarah Mahnensmith, Lydia Aschliman, Renee Fraze and Riley Fraze.
Other individual first-place finishers were Schriver, Rinehart, Kate Mahnensmith, Bryson Mayer, Kara Grover, Rylan Heyerly, Levi Arnold, Jillian Ambler, Devin Tarr, Morgan Cogar, Jack Reiff, Seth Goetz, Janean Steffen, Rylan Fraze, Libby Kemper, Caroline Mettler, Benjamin Grimm, Sabrina Wright, Ava Ringger and Tyler Reed.
Wells Jr. League tourneys to begin
The Wells County Junior League 10-and-under and 12-and-under tournaments start this week at the Uniondale Ball Diamond.
On Tuesday at 6:30 p.m., Ossian Family Eyecare and Ossian Lions Club play in 10-and-under action. On Wednesday in 12-and-under games, Troxel Equipment plays Ossian State Bank at 6 p.m., followed by The Bowling Center playing BKM Real Estate at 8 p.m. The 10-and-under games continue Thursday with Mike Anderson Chevrolet taking on BKM Auction in a 6 p.m. game, followed by Subway playing the winner of the Tuesday night game.
Bluffton Regional wins two games
Bluffton Regional Medical Center defeated the Fraternal Order of Firefighters 23-10 and squeaked past First Bank of Berne 10-7 in Wells County Girls’ Softball Junior League games.
Against F.O.F., all 11 players for Bluffton Regional got at least one hit. Destiny Tappy, Hannah Onuegbu, Emily Burchett, Honesty Tappy and Emily Mann were all perfect at the plate. Audrey Gilbert was 3 for 4 at the plate with a double. Kayla Bunn, Rosie Jones, Mekenna Garza and Mary Jo Deal each had two hits each for F.O.F.
In the game against First Bank of Berne, Bluffton Regional was led by Onuegbu, who was 3 for 3 at the plate with a home run and double. Beth Geisel and Destiny Tappy each added two hits. Riley Tappy was 2 for 3 at the plate with a double for First Bank of Berne.
The Bowling Center routs BKM
The Bowling Center rolled over BKM Real Estate 15-2 Saturday in a Wells County Junior League baseball game at Uniondale. The Bowling Center pitchers Jason Johnloz, Hayden Nern and Mason Werling held BKM Real Estate to one hit, while striking out 10 in four innings. Eli Riley led The Bowling Center with a double and triple. Beldon Glasgow and Johnloz each had two hits, including a double. Werling had two hits, and Luke Renninger, Caden Moreno, and Colten Maley each doubled.
beats Indiana Physical Therapy
Georgie’s Dog-Gone Grooming defeated Indiana Physical Therapy 15-12 Saturday in a Wells County Girls’ Softball Junior League game.
Lily King hit a home run for Georgie’s Dog-Gone Grooming, and Cadence Engle was the winning pitcher. Hannah Gettys added a double and single, while Maggie Miller, Charisma Winters, Tori Stinson, Haley Green and Engle each hit three singles.
Anna Wilson tripled and singled for Indiana Physical Therapy. Serenity Southard collected four singles, while Olivia Funk, Ryleigh Johnson and Sydney Nash each hit three singles.
Double D tops Dog-Gone Grooming
Double D Home Improvement beat Georgie’s Dog-Gone Grooming 14-6 Friday in a Wells County Girls’ Softball Junior League game.
Hannah Troyer hit a home run for Double D Home Improvement. Kaylee Anderson ripped three singles, while Lilly Broderick and Abby Kiracofe each doubled and singled.
Lily King doubled and singled for Georgie’s Dog-Gone Grooming. Cadence Engle added four singles. Maggie Miller hit three singles, while Hannah Gettys, Charisma Winters and Tori Stinson each hit two singles.
T-Ball score reported
Shaw Real Estate defeated Bluffton Roofing 21-20 in Bluffton T-Ball baseball action.
Reminder for baseball, softball coaches
When reporting baseball and softball results, first and last names must be included. For batting statistics, only report players with multiple singles and extra-base hits, such as doubles, triples and home runs.
Norwell girls’ basketball camp set
Colts’ Dallas Clark to retire
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Former Indianapolis tight end Dallas Clark will retire Wednesday with the team that brought him into the NFL.
Clark was Indy’s first-round pick in 2003. In nine seasons, he broke the franchise’s career tight end records for receptions (427) and TD catches (46) and finished second in yards receiving (4,887) and 100-yard games (seven). He also set Colts single season records with 100 receptions and 1,106 yards in 2009 and 11 TD catches in 2007.
He was released following the 2011 season, part of the rebuilding purge that included the release of Peyton Manning and defensive captain Gary Brackett among others.
Clark landed with Tampa Bay in 2012 and played in Baltimore last year. He finished with 505 receptions, 5,665 yards and 53 TDs.
The Colts announced the retirement Monday.
Indiana transfer lands at Illinois State
NORMAL, Ill. (AP) — Illinois State reported that former Indiana quarterback Tre Roberson has been added to the Redbirds’ roster.
Illinois State coach Brock Spack said Monday the 6-foot-3, 203-pound redshirt junior has enrolled and will have two years of eligibility left. Spack said he liked the fact that Roberson can run and throw on the run.
Roberson announced earlier this month he was leaving Indiana. Because Illinois State is a Championship Subdivision school, he will be eligible to play right away.
He played in 23 games for the Hoosiers and threw for 20 touchdowns and 2,433 yards on 197-of-330 passing. Roberson broke a leg in 2012 as a sophomore and was granted a medical redshirt.
Bluegrass rivalry to resume Dec. 27
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Louisville will host in-state rival Kentucky on Dec. 27 in a game that will be billed as the Basketball Hall of Fame Shootout.
Portions of the proceeds from the game to be broadcast on ESPN2 will benefit the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass.
The Wildcats lead the series 32-15 and have won six of seven against the Cardinals, including twice last season. Kentucky won the second meeting 74-69 at the NCAA Midwest region semifinal in Indianapolis en route to its runner-up finish.
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