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January 10th, 2014
Tonight the Squaws entertain the Columbia City Lady Eagles on the hardwood beginning with the JV game at 6:30 p.m. The webcast will begin with a pre-game show at approximately 7:25 p.m. or after the reserve contest.
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Wayne Trace and Homestead are slated to be new entrants in Saturday's annual Main Event slated for the Bellmont High School gymnasiums.
The poor weather and road conditions which have kept school closed this week could cut down on the eight-team wrestling field. Adjustments will then be made in the schedule, released today by Bellmont assistant coach Tim Myers.
Bellmont will host NHC foe Homestead tonight at the Teepee with the jayvee action slated to begin at 6:30 p.m.
The Braves will bring in a 6-3 mark while Homestead, according to the last NHC statistic sheet, is 3-1 in duals.
Bellmont has been idle since the Al Smith Invitational on Dec. 26 and 27 at Mishawaka. The Braves had a strong showing, garnering seven indivdual places while earning sixth place as a team in the 32-team tournament.
The Bellmont Braves 8th grade boys’ basketball team battled to a runner-up finish in the Commodore Classic tournament held at St. Joseph Catholic School in Decatur on Friday and Saturday, January 3-4, finishing with a 3-2 record on the weekend.
The Classic was a seven-team tournament comprised of teams from Decatur, Ossian, New Haven, and Fort Wayne. The BMS Braves' only losses in the tournament were to eventual champion and #1-seeded St. John the Baptist of Fort Wayne.
Tonight's contest at Bellmont between the Braves and the South Adams Starfires will begin at approximately 7:45 p.m. after the JV game. The broadcast will begin the pregame at approximately 7:20 or when the JV game is completed. To view the game, click the link below, then log in with a username and password for the free service. Enjoy the game!
Free throws were the key to the game for Bellmont in both winning and nearly losing to Heritage on Friday night as the Braves held on to a 62-58 overtime victory over the visiting Pats.
"We're pleased with getting a win," noted Bellmont coach John Baker whose team improved to 3-4 on the season with the victory. "There is no such thing as a bad win. With that said we made things more interesting than they should have been. Taking care of the basketball and sinking free throws and it wouldn't have gone to OT."
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"We're strong enough to win it, and there are a couple of other teams that are equally as good if not better. It comes down to bonus points," sized up Adams Central wrestling coach Doug Schultz, on the chances that his squad successfully defends its Class A state wrestling championship Saturday at Westfield High School.
December 30th, 2013
MONROE— Apparently, football is not the only sport where inches matter.
Alex Byerly sank a game-tying three-pointer with six seconds to play against visiting Bellmont on Saturday night but had a small part of his heel on the sideline in the process and the shot did not count.
The result was a Braves victory that seemed a lot closer than it could have been at the Hangar in Monroe, 58-54.
MISHAWAKA — "It was by far my most favorite match that I've ever had...in my life," stated Bellmont senior 220-pounder Fletcher Shaneyfelt after he outhustled and outsmarted his South Bend Riley foe, Tremayne Perryman, 11-8 in the final Bellmont match of the day, earning him at least an eighth place in the 32-team Al Smith lnvitational.