Archive - May 2012 - Sports Article
Going into Wednesday night's Northeast Hoosier Conference game with only three wins on the season, the Bellmont Squaws hopefully found a spark that will turn their season around as they shocked NHC powerhouse Carroll by a 3-2 tally at the Bellmont diamond.
Timely hits and strong defense played the key roles for Bellmont in the win.
The Braves' golfers did it again on Tuesday night beating the rain at Cross Creek to defeat a tough Homestead team, 153-164 to remain undefeated on the season with a 9-0 mark overall (4-0 in NHC).
Sophomore Chase Ellsworth continues his hot shooting earning a 35 (-1) on Cross Creek's par 36 back nine to lead the Braves. Nathan Kortenber was just behind with a 37 (+1) for the one-two punch Bellmont needed. Homestead's Kyle Davis earned a 39 (+3), good enough for third place overall.
FORT WAYNE—It was a typical triangular meet result for the Bellmont Squaws Tuesday night as they traveled to Carroll High School to match up with the host Chargers along with the Columbia City Eagles in a girls Northeast Hoosier Conference varsity track event.
The Squaws claimed their usual four first place finishes with both Holly Hankenson and Alexis Harvey dominating their events, while their 4 x 400 relay crew which has had a lot of success this year was just two seconds away from a blue ribbon.