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Squaws lock down 8th straight sectional

October 22, 2012

    OSSIAN—Playing an opponent he readily admitted he knew little about, Bellmont volleyball coach Craig Krull couldn't be faulted if he and his Squaws entered Saturday's championship game of the IHSAA class 3A sectional 23 with not an eye toward their foe, the Mississinewa Indians, but perhaps to Tuesday night's regional match-up with the number one team in class 3A, the Yorktown Tigers.

Lady Jets earn sectional crown over Bluffton

October 21, 2012

    BLUFFTON—Adams Central ensured that Bishop Luers would not win a fourth straight sectional title on Saturday when they knocked out the Knights in the semi-finals of the tournament in a three-game sweep 25-22, 25-16, 25-11.
    Then the Lady Jets breezed by the Bluffton Tigers in three despite home-court advantage to earn their 13th sectional title in school history and first since 2008. Luers was king of the castle from 2009-11 and were primed to compete for a fourth looking equally as competitive on paper with AC.

Squaws and Stars finish strong

October 21, 2012

    FORT WAYNE—Both Adams County cross country teams entered in the 2012 IHSAA cross country semi-state competition Saturday at the Plex saw their seasons come to an end as the Bellmont girls and South Adams boys each ended up 12th in their respective field of 20 teams.
    The top six squads in each field advance to the state finals in Terre Haute this Saturday and the top 15  individual runners also move on.

Jets trounce Trojans at the Hangar, 38-14

October 20, 2012

    MONROE—Triton won the last three quarters, 14-7, but when you factor in one of the most explosive first periods in Adams Central history, the result of Friday's sectional opener was Flying Jets 38, Trojans 14.
    The Jets spent the first 15 minutes going "Boom! Boom! Boom! Boom!," as AC head coach Michael Mosser verbally summed up his squad's beginning domination.

Fifth set lapse dooms Lady Stars

October 19, 2012

    BLUFFTON—After the roller coaster ride back and forth in the first four sets between South Adams and Churubusco, it was the Eagles' Alisha Farner whose serve will be in the Lady Stars' nightmares for the rest of the off-season.
    In the deciding fifth set, Farner started Churubusco on a rally that saw them to a 9-0 lead behind four aces and a lot of SA miscues on service returns en route to a first-round sectional victory for the Eagles over South Adams 25-22, 24-26, 25-14, 21-25, 3-15.

Selking makes Crossroads Conference team

October 18, 2012

CONTINUING THE COUGAR CAUSE—University of Saint Francis junior Chelsea Selking earned a third consecutive selection to the Crossroads League all-conference tennis team for the 2012 season. Selking, a graduate of Adams Central, finished play with a 10-1 overall record at No. 1 singles. She won her first eight matches of the season. She finished 5-1 in singles play and 7-6 overall in No. 1 doubles, 3-5 in conference play. (Photo provided)

Former Braves' standout plays last home game

October 17, 2012

    Former Bellmont record-holder Sam Meyer played his final home game as a St. Francis Cougar last night as Grace College spoiled senior night with a 3-0 victory over the home team in men's soccer.

Five Squaws named to NHC teams

October 16, 2012

    The Northeast Hoosier Conference has released just before sectionals the all-conference volleyball teams and as expected it is filled with Squaws and Chargers.
    Carroll knocked Bellmont off the pedestal earlier this season giving them their only conference loss of the season and the Chargers earned the regular season crown with an undefeated slate (7-0).

Squaws top Wapahani in Quad

October 15, 2012

      Bellmont closed out the 2012 regular season in style Saturday at the Bellmont Quad competition, taking out 2A No. 1 Wapahani 3-1 with an outstanding all-around effort.
    "I don't know if we're peaking, but we're getting there," stated Bellmont volleyball coach Craig Krull, whose No. 2, 3A Squaws swept Wes-Del in three sets to cap a 28-4 pre-tourney campaign.

Starfire men and Squaws advance to CC state

October 15, 2012

    MARION—Bellmont's girls and South Adams' boys ran spectacular races Saturday at the IHSAA cross country regional meet at Indiana Wesleyan University and as a result will advance to the semi-state competition this weekend at the Plex in Fort Wayne.
    The Squaws finished third in the 10-team field, just one point out of second place but the story of the day was the huge improvement in times all five scorers for Bellmont recorded over the sectional race five days earlier.

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