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February 6th, 2015
CADY’S MISSION— South Adams’ swimmer Cady Farlow helped the Starfires place first in the preliminaries of Thursday night’s sectional swim at Jay County taking gold seeding in the 100 Free and part of the 400 Free Relay race. With Jay County seeded first in nine of the 12 events, South Adams is second and right on their heels with silver seedings in the Breaststroke, Backstroke, Butterfly, Individual Medley, and the 200 Medley Relay race. (Photo by Paul Yoder)
Tonight the Braves entertain the Mississinewa Indians in a potential sectional preview at the Teepee. The varsity tip-off is slated for 7:45 p.m. and the pre-game show will be set for launch around 15 minutes after the JV conclusion. Tune in to watch the Braves go for win number 6!
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BERNE— Sydney Wills scored 24 points on a scorching 9-12 effort from the floor including six three-pointers to pace the South Adams Lady Starfires to a lopsided 56-35 victory over the Churubusco Eagles on Thursday night.
The Stars produced a 19-4 advantage in the first quarter against the Eagles who came into the contest riding a four-game winning streak but the loss put them to 11-9 on the season.
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BERNE— A 59-52 wire to wire victory for Bellmont over South Adams on Tuesday night seemed to be a lot closer than the end result.
The Braves improved to 5-8 with the win, while the Stars dropped to 4-8 on the season.
"I was proud of the way we started the game, the way we continued to push and the way we finished the game," noted Bellmont coach John Baker. "I would have liked to have hit some more of our free throws to extend the lead but I can't fault the effort tonight."
BOWLING FOR SECTIONALSâ€” Above is Bellmont bowling team that recently won the Hoosier Conference Sectional Team Championship besting Huntington North. Also advancing as individuals on the team were Brice Moser who finished fifth with a 607 series, and Josh Brown who was seventh with a 596 series. The team is seen here starting in the front (L-R): Brandon Brown, Stephen Gage. Back: coach Greg Gage, Brice Moser, Corbin Burkholder, Josh Brown, coach Josh Montgomery. Not pictured, Shelby Smith. (Photo provided)
KINGSLAND — Sophomore Bryce Baumgartner won his second NHC crown and senior Brett Baker his first-ever high school tourney title as the pair paced Bellmont to second place to Carroll in the final Northeast Hoosier Conference tourney Saturday at Norwell.
The Chargers, with five champs and nine to the finals, tallied 247 points to the 212 of Bellmont. It was the third straight crown for the Chargers, and fourth in five years. Bellmont owns 20 NHC crowns and 39 conference mat championships overall.
Tonight the Braves host the #1 team in Indiana state basketball, Homestead. The coverage will begin after the JV contest at approximately 7:45 p.m. To view, click one of the links below. Once on the site, log in with a username and password or link to your Facebook account. Go Braves!
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