YORKTOWN— Adams Central won three matches at the tough Yorktown Super Duals Saturday, including a stunning 50-27 reversal of a previous loss to Leo.
Though the Jets lost to host Yorktown, ranked seventh in the state overall and tops in 2A, the Jets had a big win as senior Kaine Luginbill came off of his back to pin Dillon Jackson.
The Jets knocked off a solid Floyd Central team, 47-30, lost to Elkhart Memorial, 47-24, then whipped Maconaquah 78-6 before losing to the hosts 55-13.
Tonight the Squaws look to end their losing streak against the visiting Blackhawk Christian Lady Braves. The JV game is slated for 6:15 with the varsity tentatively set for 7:45 p.m. The broadcast tonight will appear roughly around the end of the JV contest. To view the gamecast, click the link below. Once on site, log in with a username and password or else connect with Facebook. The service is free so enjoy and tell your family and friends where they can find Bellmont winter sports action!
KENDALLVILLE — "We would not have won, but a big difference in the match was Bellmont winning those close ones at 120, 138, and 145 pounds," stated East Noble's veteran mat coach Keith Hoffer after No. 15 Bellmont bumped East Noble 45-25 Saturday between 74-0 and 63-12 routs over Norwell and DeKalb respectively at the NHC Quad Dual.
Due to a short staff tonight, the DDD webcasting of the Bellmont/East Noble girls basketball contest has been cancelled. Apologies for those fans who were hoping to see the Squaws in action tonight. The next webcast will be Tuesday night when the girls host Blackhawk Christian.
In a meet where nine weight classes failed to produce the proposed face-offs, Adams Central accepted three forfeits and won seven of 11 contests versus South Adams in a 50-18 ACAC win Thursday at the Stardome.
"We kinda figured that (coach Barry) Humble had some tricks up his sleeve. He's trying to get matchups and get as many wins as he can, and we tried to counter a couple of those, and I think our depth won out in the end," summed up Central's first-year coach Tony Currie.
The St. Joe Commodores’ girls combined seventh/eighth grade girls basketball team avenged a pair of losses from earlier in the year to claim the girls county championship earlier this month.
In the semi-final game, St. Joe faced a tough Adams Central team but held on for a 36-31 win.
The Bellmont Squaws look for a win against the Leo Lions tonight in an attempt to end their recent losing streak. To view tonight's hardwood contest, click one of the links below. Once on the game site, log in with a username and password or link up with Facebook. Go Squaws!
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Thursday Night Football 12/4/14
Dallas (9-4) 41
Chicago (5-8) 28
The Braves put their 2-0 record on the line tonight as they host the Eastside Blazers on the hard wood. To view the game, click one of the links below. Once on the game site, log in with a username and password, or sign in with Facebook. Go Braves!
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