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In a battle of two of the top junior middle weight wrestlers in the Fort Wayne Semi-State area, Leo's Isaac Eicher charged in for a key third period takedown and made it stand up, handing AC's Hunter Bates his first loss of the season (2-0) and leading the visiting Lions to a 39-36 ACAC victory Thursday night at Central.
Both the Lions, 6-0, and the Jets, 3-4, scored five falls, but all three decisions went the Lions' way in the key early-season showdown.
By JIM HOPKINS
Bellmont won nine of the 12 actual matches and each side took a forfeit in a 51-18 Braves' victory over the mat Jets Tuesday night at the Teepee in what was the only home dual meet of the season.
"It was a real good showing for us," stated veteran Bellmont assistant coach Paul Gunsett, whose Braves improved to 2-0.
Tonight the Braves/Jets renew their wrestling rivalry at the Teepee. Coverage will begin after the JV matches (approximately 7:15 p.m.). To tune in, click the link below, then sign in with Facebook or else a username and password.
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Thanksgiving Day Football 11/27/14
Detroit (8-4) 34 vs
Chicago (5-7) 17
With 7:02 left in the second quarter, Bellmont's Amanda Hunter hit a short jumper that put the Squaws ahead of Concordia 10-9.
That was the only lead of the game for the Squaws who over the course of the next 16 or so minutes of play allowed Concordia to outscore them 35-2 with the Cadets' size and defense taking the Squaws quicckly out of the game and sending the visitors back home with a non-conference 61-25 triumph.
KENOSHA, WI—Three Adams County cross country runners had spectacular runs Saturday at the Foot Locker Midwest Regional Championship event held at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside campus.
Bellmont's Bailey Beery ran in the girls' seeded race and posted a solid 18:59 time for 49th place out of 245 runners.
Greg Coyne made a big stride to the overall top of the standings with this week's win as he was the only bracket to guess all 10 games correctly. Missing just one game, Mike Jauregui took second place. He was off by just one of the tie-breaker score (50), while Sharon Grim took third place with one wrong as well and a guess of 51. While both Mike and Sharon were one off the tie-breaker score, Mike's name was drawn out of the hat for the second place prize. The overall standings are at the bottom.
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Oakland (1-10) 24 vs
Kansas City (7-4) 20
The St. Joe sixth grade boys and girls recently hosted the Barney Schultz Commodore Classic with both teams finishing as champions.
In the girls bracket, St. Joe defeated Bethlehem Ossian in the first game where Isabel Wilson led the way with 16 points and Rosie Bauman followed with four points.
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