Two Bellmont High School graduates who are longtime friends and current college roommates had great weekends in separate sports for Indiana Tech.
Zach Wetzel fired a one-under par 71 at Brookwood Golf Club in Fort Wayne to finish second in the U. of Saint Francis Spring Invite, leading his team to a runnerup finish. Ten teams and 60 golfers competed in the event.
Due to the need for more youth girls to join, the Decatur Girls Softball will hold one late registration on Saturday, April 5.
The late registration will be held from noon until 2 p.m. at Bellmont High School in the gym lobby.
The cost of the leagues is $60 for Junior and Senior Leagues, and $50 for Beginner and Advanced Beginner Leagues. This fee covers the fundraiser tickets.
For more information, go to www.decaturgirlssoftball.com or contact Deb Shannon at 692-2661.
MITCHELL LEADS KOMETS SQUIRTS—A St. Joseph student and a native of Decatur, Mitchell Vogelwede recently led the “Squirt” division of the Komets to a 2nd place finish in the Buckeye League while also taking them into the championship match earning runner-up honors. Through 52 games played in Indy, South Bend, Kalamazoo, Holland, Detroit, Columbus, Dayton, and Cincinnati, the Komets finished strong with a final record of 22-23-7. (Photo provided)
SO THIS IS WHAT GRASS LOOKS LIKE— Outfield hopeful Austin O’Campo (right) launches a throw during Braves baseball practice. With the snow melting, Bellmont and other area schools have been able to get some reps in outdoors for a change with the season fast approaching. (Photo by Scott Rayburn)
After the first week of the NCAA tournament, it has been one of the most topsy-turvy competitions in recent memory as upstarts like Dayton, Tennessee, and Stanford look to make their name, and perennial powerhouses have made shocking early exits like Kansas, Duke, Syracuse, and number one seed Wichita State.
With the perfect bracket long gone, the March Madness bracket challenge rolls on with the end of the second round nearing a close. For time consuming reasons (189 brackets!!!) the results are accurate through 24 of the 32 games on Friday evening. The best score out of 24 was three brackets with 20 correct games guessed. A majority of the brackets were in the 17-18 point range.
FORT WAYNE— IPFW amassed their first division I post-season win Wednesday night when they knocked off Akron in the opening round of the CollegeInsider.com Tournament.
The Mastodons closed out a 97-91 victory despite the Zips shooting a blistering 65% from the field in a game hosted by the IPFW Gates' Center, another playoff first for the Dons.