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Oak Lanes Bowling Results -- Fall Leagues

Monday Early Bird
Men's High Game: Bill Kusler, 247; Thurman Glassburn, 183; Gerald Balck, 176.
Men's High Series: Bill Kusler, 614; Thurman Glassburn, 489; Bill Reed, 465.
Women's High Game: Billie Smith, 140; Sharon Wymer, 127; Rosalyn Hughes, 111.
Women's High Series: Billie Smith, 375; Sharon Wymer, 348; Rosalyn Hughes, 309.
Top Teams: The Bs, 29-11; Team #9, 23-17; Team #2, 23-17.
Most Over: Bill Kusler, +95; Gerald Black, +81; Thurman Glassburn, +72.

HNHS boys' varsity basketball team lost to the visiting Carroll Chargers 59-36

Huntington North’s Kyle Bradburn, right, looks to break Carroll’s tough press during the first half of action on Friday, Dec. 11. The Chargers beat the Vikings, 59-36, and the Vikes fall to 0-4 on the season.
Photo by Jessica Williams.

It's tough to beat a team who has a player that scores 15 points off of the bench.
Stephen Jones, a nonstarter, led all scorers with 15 for the visiting Carroll Chargers on Friday, Dec. 11, as Carroll came up with the 59-36 win over Huntington North (0-4) at North Arena.

Free throws decide win for HU women

Free throws proved to be the deciding factor in a 56-53 win by the Huntington University women's basket-ball team over host Indiana University-South Bend on Wednesday, Dec. 9.

Huntington connected on 24 of 32 free throws, 75 percent, but failed to connect on any three-pointers and scored on only 16 of 52 field goals. At the same time, the hosts completed 17 of 43 field goals, 5 of 16 threes and 14 of 19 free throws.

Rethlake leads Crestview eighth-grade girls to win

Erin Rethlake scored 10 points and had five steals to help the Crestview Middle School eighth grade girls' basketball team defeat Southern Wells 29-21 on Thursday, Dec. 10.

In addition to Rethlake, Crestview's game leaders included Josie Beaver with eight points and Jessie Drew with seven points and five rebounds.

The eighth-graders are now 7-1 on the season.

However, Crestview's seventh grade girls' basketball team was edged by Southern Wells 26-25 in overtime.

Crestview girls' basketball teams sweep Salamonie

The Crestview Middle School eighth grade girls' basketball team defeated Salamonie 29-9 on Wednesday, Dec. 9.

For Crestview, Cailey Baker had 12 points and Erin Rethlake had eight points.

Salamonie's game leaders included Paige Coolman, with five points and nine rebounds, Katie Schenkel with four points and Morgan Miller with six rebounds.

Crestview's record bumped up to 6-1, and Salamonie's record is 1-5.

Crestview's seventh grade girls' basketball team also beat Salamonie, 29-13.

Crestview boys double-dip Riverview

The Crestview Middle School eighth grade boys' basketball team defeated Riverview 56-33 on Tuesday, Dec. 8.

For Crestview, Matt Hogan led the way with 15 points and five assists. Kyle Platt added 13 points and had five rebounds, Charleston Dydasco had eight points, five assists and three steals and Dylan Harter had seven points.
Riverview was led by Mitch Hughes, who scored 10 points.
Crestview's seventh grade basketball team also defeated Riverview, 36-22.

Viking swimmers take nine of 12 events but fall

Senior Skyler Ruschhaupt swims the backstroke leg of hte 200-yard invidual medley at the Huntington North High School boys' swim meet against visiitng Warsaw on Wednesday, Dec. 9. Ruschhaupt won the race but the Vikings lost the meet.
Photo by Matt Murphy.

Despite winning nine of 12 events, the Huntington North High School boys' swim team could barely take any other place above fifth, resulting in a 109-76 loss to visiting Warsaw on Wednesday, Dec. 9.

Huntington North dominated the match individually, as once again, seniors Danny Scher, Shaun Marion and Skyler Ruschhaupt led the way by each winning two individual events and being a member of two winning relay teams.

Lady Vikes swimmers suffer big loss to Warsaw

Sophomore Cassie Hacker attempts to take charge of the 200-yard individual medley during the butterfly leg at the Huntington North High School girls’ swim meet with visiting Warsaw on Wednesday, Dec. 9. Hacker placed second in the event.
Photo by Matt Murphy.

The Huntington North High School girls' swim team suffered a big loss to visiting Warsaw 126-60 on Wednesday, Dec. 9.

The Lady Vikes had only four wins and five second-place finishes.

Sophomore Sarah Karst was Huntington's top performer, winning the 200-yard freestyle in 2:13.85, and the 500-yard freestyle in 5:57.15.

Senior Mariah Partick took the 100-yard backstroke in 1:06.61, and sophomore Cassie Hacker won the 100-yard breaststroke in 1:16.36.

Bringing it home


Photo by Matt Murphy.

Sophomore Sarah Karst makes the final lap of the 500-yard freestyle at the Huntington North High School girls' swimming meet with visiting Warsaw on Wednesday, Dec. 9. Although Karst won this event, Huntington North fell to Warsaw 126-60.

Tackett leads Viking bowlers to fourth straight win

The Huntington North High School boys' varsity bowling team remained undefeated after overpowering host Norwell 16-4 at The Bowling Center in Bluffton on Tuesday, Dec. 9.

The first game resulted in a 1019-925 win for the Vikings, led by EJ Tackett with a 259.

Connor Brown rolled a 227, Tyler Neff had a 188, Tyler Carroll scored a 173 and Anthony Hipskind had a 172. Neff and Hipskind were the only Viking bowlers to lose their individual matches.

The second game also saw a Viking victory, as Huntington North outscored Norwell 1093-860 overall.

Junior High Eagles beat King's Academy

The Huntington Eagles' junior high basketball team defeated host King's Academy Knights of Fairmount 57-23 on Saturday, Dec. 8.

Leading the way for Huntington was Ian Kissell, with 13 points and four steals. Clay Sickafoose scored 10 points and had four rebounds and Tyce Frank added 10 more points.

The Junior High Eagles also participated in the Holiday Classic Home School Basketball Tournament at the Indy Indoor Sports Park in Indianapolis on Saturday, Dec. 5.

Huntington was 1-3 on the day.

Weaver set Lady Eagles' record in romp over King's Academy

Catherine Weaver set a team record with nine 3-pointers and the Huntington Lady Eagles varsity basketball team dominated hoste King's Academy Knights of Fairmount , 70-25, on Tuesday, Dec. 8.

The Lady Eagles outscored the Knights in each quarter, and were up 39-13 at the half.

Varsity Eagles take two of three at Holiday Classic

The Huntington Eagles varsity basketball team participated in the Holiday Classic Home School Basketball Tournament at the Indy Indoor Sports Park in Indianapolis on Saturday, Dec. 5.

The Eagles participated in three different games throughout the day, and won two.

In the first match, the Eagles defeated the Northwest Warriors 54-33.

Norwell stops Riverview girls' basketball teams

The Riverview Middle School eighth grade girls' basketball team lost to visiting Norwell 29-23 on Monday, Dec. 7.

For Riverview, Alyssa Hiple scored seven points, Mikayla Carpenter had six points and Alexa Shoemaker made five points.

Monday's game brought the eighth-graders to a 5-1 record on the season.

The Raiders' seventh grade girls' basketball team lost to Norwell 46-3. The seventh-graders are now 0-6 on the season.

Both teams will visit Marion Justice on Thursday, Dec. 10, at 6 p.m.

 

Riverview boys' basketball teams fall to Norwell

The Riverview Middle School eighth grade boys' basketball team fell to host Norwell 49-28 on Monday, Dec. 7.

Cameron Kreider recorded eight points for the Raiders.
The eighth grade team is now 1-5 on the season.

Riverview's seventh grade basketball team also lost to Norwell, 51-18.

Derek Snyder led Riverview with 11 points.

The seventh-graders are now 1-3 for the season.

 

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