March 22, 2014
Six county players named to ACAC boys’ basketball team
Three Bluffton Tigers and three Southern Wells Raiders were named to the 2013-2014 Allen County Athletic Conference Boys’ Basketball All-Conference team.
Bluffton sophomore Grant Prible and Southern Wells senior Kennan Mooberry were selected as members of the first team.
Bluffton senior Micheal Pearson and junior Kevin Moser and Southern Wells’ junior Brad Woodward and sophomore Keaton Coleman were named to the second team.
Other first team members were as follows: Jaylin Bennett, Kadin Gerig and Greg White of conference champion Woodlan; Nick Baumer and Hayden Black of Adams Central; Justin McCoy and Matt Singleton of Garrett; Bradley Scott of Heritage; Dylan Barrow of Leo; and Derek Wanner of South Adams.
Other second team members were as follows: Alex Byerly and Blade Kable of Adams Central; Karsten Cooper and Kordell Kessler of Garrett; Brandon Dossen and Conner Bleke of Heritage; David Hardin and Adam Davison of Leo; Marco Vasquez of South Adams; and Jeffrey Jones of Woodlan.
Southern Wells wrestling awards presented
Southern Wells high school and junior high school wrestlers were presented various awards at their awards banquet Thursday night.
The high school awards are as follows: Most takedowns for the season, T.C. Perry; Most pins for the season, Ethan Smith; Most improved wrestler, Smith; Most valuable wrestler, Daniel Beeks; Allen County Athletic Conference second team all-conference, Beeks, Smith; Junior Academic All-State, Paul Renner.
The junior high school awards are as follows: Most takedowns, Coleman Beeks; Most pins, Beeks, Zach Mounsey; Most improved wrestler, Mounsey; Most valuable wrestler, Beeks.
Open house for Jack Cross
Former Bluffton athletic director and basketball coach Jack Cross will be the guest of honor at an informal reception at 7 p.m. Monday, March 24, at the Sassafras on Main in Bluffton. The event is free and open to the public.
Cross is slated to be inducted into the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame on Wednesday, March 26, in Indianapolis.
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