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July 18th, 2012
AAU NATIONAL TEAM—The Asics Munciana Mogwai volleyball team out of Muncie, IN recently placed fifth in the nation in the 13-Open division of the 2012 AAU Jr. National Volleyball Championships held in Orlando, FL on in late June. This year they also competed in the JVA Wold Challenge in Houston on March 30 where they finished second overall. Players on the team consist of girls from the Muncie area with two players from Indy, and a local Decatur player, Taylor Bebout, who is in the back row second from the left in the photo above. (Photo provided)
Courtesy Motors completed a perfect season last night at Worthman Field defeating Erie Haven 10-9 in a nail-biter earning the regular season and tournament Sandy Koufax titles for Adams-Wells Counties.
The pair of Decatur squads faced off after Erie Haven won their semi-final contest in Monroe the night before and Courtesy handled the Monroe Harvestland crew in five innings.
Hull Lift secured the championship in HEBA Mays League play last night with a win over second place Monmouth Villa Lanes, 10-3.
Courtesy Motors has earned the right to be in tonight's Sandy Koufax League championship game thanks to a lopsided 12-2 victory over a feisty Monroe Harvestland squad last night.
Top seeds Courtesy Motors of Decatur and Ossian White opened their Adams-Wells Koufax Baseball Tournament quests Tuesday night after completion of the first round of games Monday.
Masters Heating & Air, with a sterling 13-2 record, earned the top seed in the Hoosier East Baseball Alliance Reese (12-U) Tournament, which begins Monday with games at Monmouth and Decatur.
Trupointe of Monroeville will meet Oetting Insurance of Monmouth in the 8 p.m. game at Monmouth on Monday. Erie Haven (8-7) will meet Miller Land Surveying (5-9) in a first round game, also at 8 p.m. Monday, at Rube Wynn Field.
2012 MONROE MINOR LEAGUE TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS— Wendy’s pulled out the tournament championship over Colquest last week in an eight-inning affair performed in the 100+ degree weather. Names were not provided for the team pic. (Photo provided)
Colquest took second place in the tournament after winning the season title in the MYL. The championship game, played last Thursday, went into eight innings and was played in 100+ degrees. The members are: front L to R: Owen Johnson, Cashton Reynolds, Micah McClure, Sam McKean, Gavin Cook. Back L to R: Cesar Roggerio, Ethan Brown, Kam Brown, Jake Haviland, Blake Heyerly, Aiden Roggerio. (Photo provided)