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April 23rd

Harvey leads Squaws to fourth place at 'Busco

April 23, 2012

    CHURUBUSCO—In a meet that featured several of the top female track athletes in the state this year, Bellmont's Alexis Harvey solidly established herself among that group as she won three individual events and was also on the winning 4 x 400 relay team for the Squaws Saturday at the Turtle Town Invitational at Churubusco High School.

April 20th

Jets 10-run Southern Wells

April 20, 2012

    MONROE—The Jets started their conference schedule on the right foot by hosting Southern Wells and earning a convincing 10-0 victory thanks to a one-hit shutout hurled by junior Isaac Luginbill.
    "Isaac pitched a whale of a game!" praised AC coach Dave Neuenschwander.

April 18th

Sports schedule: 4/19-4/26

April 18, 2012

2012 SPRING SPORTS
APRIL
    19: ADAMS CENTRAL-Softball vs. Southern Wells, 5 p.m., Tennis vs. Churubusco, 5 p.m., Baseball vs. Southern Wells, 5 p.m.; BELLMONT-Tennis vs. South Adams, 5 p.m.; SOUTH ADAMS-Golf vs. Woodlan, 4:30 p.m., Tennis at Bellmont, 5 p.m., Softball at Bluffton, 5 p.m., Baseball at Bluffton, 5 p.m.
    20: BELLMONT-Track at Heritage Relays (boys), 5 p.m.;

Squaws come from behind on Pats, 6-5

April 18, 2012

    The Bellmont Squaws won their contest against the Lady Patriots of Heritage the hard way on Wednesday night scoring five of their six runs in the bottom of the sixth to shock the visiting crowd, 6-5, at the Teepee.
    Heritage led most of the way and were up 4-1 when they got an insurance run in the top of the sixth with the bases loaded and only one out. Coach Rick Burkhalter came out to have a chat with his junior Hailee Hormann.

Harvey and Boucher win golds for Bellmont

April 18, 2012

    The Bellmont girls won the events they expected to win Tuesday evening in a Northeast Hoosier Conference track triangular with Homestead and East Noble at Bob Worthman Stadium but they still fell far behind the other teams in the final score.
    With seven first place finishes, Homestead squeaked past East Noble 66 to 62.5. Despite six blue ribbons, the Squaws managed just 38.5 points (30 coming on the first place finishes). Bellmont did not get any second place ribbons while picking up three thirds and three fourth place spots.

April 15th

Jets take second at Southwood

April 16, 2012

    WABASH—Adams Central's Troy Tonner shattered the Southwood Relays record in the discus throw Friday night powering out a 160'0.5 toss and the Jets finished second overall in the team standings with 89.50 points behind Eastbrook's 105.
    Tonner did what he has been doing all season long in the discus and that is easily demolishing the rest of the field. The former record of the Southwood event was 159'1. Tonner's new record Friday night was almost an amazing 20 feet longer than the second place finisher.

April 13th

Sports schedule: 4/13-4/20

April 13, 2012

APRIL
    13: ADAMS CENTRAL-Track at Southwood Invitational, 5 p.m.; BELLMONT-Softball vs. Crestview, 5 p.m.
    14: ADAMS CENTRAL-Tennis at East Noble Invitational, 9 a.m.; SOUTH ADAMS-Golf at Brookwood Shootout, 9 a.m., Tennis at East Noble Invitational, 9 a.m.; Softball DH vs. Norwell, 11 a.m., Baseball DH at Cambridge City Tourney, 11:30 a.m.

South Side ace too much for Bellmont

April 13, 2012

    FT. WAYNE— The Braves ran into one of the best pitchers they will see all season against the South Side Archers and were blanked, 8-0 on Thursday night.
    Will Coursen-Carr, an IU-bound senior hurler, set down fifteen Braves en route to a complete game shutout of Bellmont.
    "Bellmont has hit us better than a lot of teams will this season," stated Matt Harmon, coach at South Side.

Bellmont gets 37 personal bests

April 13, 2012

    CELINA—An impressive showing by Bellmont track teams in a triangular meet Thursday night didn't result in wins but the Squaws shattered the school record book with four new standards while the Braves posted 37 season best efforts.

April 11th

Lady Jets score late, stun Squaws

April 11, 2012

    Bellmont and Adams Central did battle on the softball field at the Teepee on Monday night with the Jets coming away with three runs in the top of the seventh inning to stun the Squaws, 6-4.
    AC improves to 2-0 on the come from behind win against a quality Squaws team. Lindsey McDougall was a critical part of the win with a  two-RBI single with one out in the seventh.
    "McDougall's hit was the key hit in the victory," coach Cary Blake stated.

 

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