November 12, 2011
Allee Donaghy on All-HCAC first team
Anderson University senior Allee Donaghy was named to the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference women’s volleyball first team.
The Ravens’ captain her team with 523 digs, eight service aces, five kills and four assists in a team-high 98 games this season. She was second in the conference in digs to Hanover College’s Kylie Justus who claimed the 2011 Defensive Most Valuable Player honor.
Donaghy’s 5.33 digs per game placed her in the top 40 nationally in NCAA Division III.
Donaghy is majoring in athletic training. She was a 2008 graduate of Norwell High School, where she played volleyball and basketball. She also played eight years for the Fort Wayne Volleyball Club and the Norwell Volleyball Club. Donaghy was All-HCAC honorable mention in 2010.
Andrea Vogel leads Urbana
Urbana University junior center Andrea Vogel scored 25 points and pulled down seven rebounds to lead the Black Knights to an 82-69 romp over Pittsburgh-Johnstown in women’s college basketball Friday night at Urbana, Ohio.
Vogel, a Norwell High School graduate, was 9 of 13 from two-point range and 7 of 8 at the free-throw line in the opening game for the NCAA Division II Black Knights.
Wells County high school bowling teams lose openers
The 2011-12 high school bowling season opened on a sour note for two Wells County teams with the Bluffton Tigers losing 16-4 to Huntington North and the Norwell Knights falling to Jay County 11-9.
The Tigers’ points were scored by Harrison Osborne (203), Matthew Vitatoe (204), Adam Schmidt (221) and Andrew Wilson (179).
Norwell lost 1,841-1,791, but Jack Williams scored two points with games of 227 and 174. Pete Williams (205) and Corbin Havener (163) each scored one point. Lukas Kingslien rolled a 195 game.
The Knights’ junior varsity team lost 5-3 to Huntington North. Dylan Retherford led the Knights winning games of 196 and 189. Matthew Miles scored a point with a 187 game.
The Tigers, Knights and Southern Wells Raiders will be in action Saturday at Oak Lanes in Huntington.
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