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Panthers to face tourney-savvy Squaws

October 26, 2010

    Opposites will be attacking tonight at the Teepee.
    Bellmont, one of the most consistent winners in Indiana volleyball history with 27 sectional championships, will play host tonight to Western, which now has exactly two sectional titles in its school history.
    "Our game goal was to win sectional," said second-year Western head coach Lindsay Reinking.

Thatcher is lst-team All-NHC

October 26, 2010

    Bellmont senior Brittany Thatcher was named recently first team All-NHC in girls soccer.
    Thatcher was one of five Bellmont girls to be named to the squad, which finished tied for third in the NHC with a 4-3 record.
    Thatcher was named as a midfielder for the Squaws.  Junior defender Shelby Wright and sophomore forward Andrea Fruchte were named to the second team.
    Senior midfielder Jessica Brewer and junior forward Taylor Kennedy were given honorable mention on the squad.

Squaws turn back feisty Knights for 27th sectional title

October 25, 2010

    FORT WAYNE — Bellmont persevered against a pesky Norwell squad Saturday night, closing out the Knights in three hard-fought games to earn a sixth straight sectional title and the 27th in the history of Bellmont volleyball.
    "I was proud the way the girls fought through Norwell's fierceness.  They wouldn't go away, but we wouldn't give in," said Krull of Bellmont's 25-14, 25-17, and 25-20 victory.

Warriors oust Jets; Luers cops Sectional 37 crown

October 25, 2010

    Adams Central concluded its 2010 volleyball season with a 3-0 loss to Woodlan in the Adams Central Sectional 37 semi-finals Saturday afternoon.
    The ACAC champion Warriors stopped the Jets 25-15, 25-21, and 25-21. Bishop Luers, then defeated the Warriors in four games to win the sectional crown. Luers earlier swept past South Adams in three games.
    Senior Hali Wendel led Central with 11 kills, adding 12 digs and 3 assists for the Jets, which closed out at 18-13 for coach Jeremi Schortgen.

Jets bounce Bengals from tourney; set for Woodlan

October 22, 2010

    Adams Central took care of business Thursday night in the opening round of Sectional 37 (2A) Volleyball play, handling Bluffton in straight games, 25-10, 25-11, and 25-13.
    Senior Hali Wendel was her dominant self,, whacking in 18 kills  with two blocks and 12 digs, and setter Alyssa Keller was busy with 30 assists, eight digs and five kills, plus an ace and a block.

Five BHS kickers named to All-NHC squad

October 22, 2010

    In one of the strongest soccer conferences in the state, Bellmont's players earned five slots overall, including a first-team position for junior forward Alex Hammond as the Northeast Hoosier Conference announced it's All-NHC team this week.
    "It was great to get five all-conference awards. The other three Bellmont players who got votes were all very close to making it too," said BHS coach Bill Meyer.

Braves ready for No. 1 offensive machine of Panthers

October 21, 2010

    "We'll be ready to play. I'll be very shocked if we're not," stated Bellmont football coach Rick Burkhalter as his Braves prepare to meet the state's No. 1 3A team, Eastbrook, Friday night at Bob Worthman Stadium.
    A year ago, the Braves apparently were not ready for the Eastbrook style in a stunning 34-0 loss in the sectional title game. Eastbrook later lost to eventual state champ West Lafayette.

Churubusco expecting a better Jets team; Stars have confidence

October 21, 2010

    "There's probably any number of teams that could win it," stated Churubusco coach Lee Etzler on Sectional 35's possibilities for a champ.
    "There are quite a few teams  that have shown good success this year. The team that wins is going to have to show up each and every week with their A-game, that's for sure," said Etzler whose Churubusco Eagles play host to Adams Central Friday night in one of the early critical games. The No. 3 Eagles come in at 8-1, while the improving Jets are 7-2.

Bellmont gets another shot at Panthers

October 20, 2010

    "This is not the first game Eastbrook wanted either," stated veteran Panthers' coach Jeff Adamson, noting the draw for the first round of the IHSAA State 3A football playoffs.
    Eastbrook, rated No. 1 by the Associated Press, will be at Bob Worthman Stadium for the 7 p.m. game Friday in a rematch of the 34-0 surprise rout by the Panthers a year ago.

Barger runs into a hot Najev of Dwenger in regional tennis final

October 19, 2010

    Adams Central sophomore Nathan Barger won his first Kokomo Regional Singles Tourney match, pounding Zach Saylor of Peru 6-1, 6-1. However, Barger fell to Bishop Dwenger's Betrum Najev, 7-5, 6-2 in the title match.
    Barger finished a sterling season at 22-2.
    "Nathan played some of his best tennis this Saturday. Nejev was in the zone (for the finals match)," stated Adams Central Coach Michael Hower.

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