MOST RECENT SPORTS ...
Saturday, October 18th, 2014
Saturday Oct 18, 2014 12:00am
---IHSAA Boys Cross Country Regionals---
at West Noble
1. Carroll 76, 2. West Noble 105, 3. Bishop Dwenger 112, 4. East Noble 114, 5. Concordia 119. 7. Westview, 8. DeKalb, 10. PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
DeKalb's Mark Beckman won the regional title with a time of 15:41.6. Mitch Perkins and Josh Perkins of Prairie Heights advanced to semi states as individuals.
---IHSAA Girls Cross Country Regional---
At West Noble
1. Carroll 38, 2. Homestead 69, 3. DeKalb 88, 4. Columbia City 114, 5. West Noble 148. 7. FREMONT, 9. ANGOLA, 10. Westview
Carroll's Madison Fruchey won the regional title with a time of 18:44.31. Riley Welch of Fremont qualified for semi states with a third place finish. Also advancing as individuals Josey Korte of Angola. Aspen Dirr of Prairie Heights along with Katie Culler and Courtney Woolsey of Fremont.
---IHSAA Boys Tennis Individual Regionals---
Craig Nofziger (ANGOLA) defeated Michael Kinasiewicz (Andrean) 6-0, 6-0.
Finals-- Jack Hibbard (Wheeler) defeated Craig Nofziger (ANGOLA) 6-3, 4-6, 6-1
---IHSAA Boys Soccer Regionals---
Class 1A at Westview---
Blackhawk Christian 2, Westview 0
NECC Volleyball Meet---
Fairfield 2, Westview 1 (Finals)
Concordia (Wis) 49, TRINE 46
The two teams combined for 1,256 yards of total offense and 61 first downs. The Thunder set a program record with 648 yards of total offense. Taylor Masiewicz set a school-record with 454 yards of total offense for Trine. The junior rushed for 145 yards and three touchdowns and completed 20-of-34 passes for 309 yards. Concordia outscored Trine 21-15 in the fourth quarter. The Thunder fall to 4-2 overall.
Men's Cross Country---
TRINE finished 30th at the UW-Oshkosh Brooks Invitational.
Adrian 3, TRINE 1
TRINE 2, Adrian 0
Kenny Rappuhn scored the game-winner for the Thunder, while Mac Green added an assist. The Thunder added an insurance tally on an own goal. Green sent a pass into the box, which was deflected into the back of the net by an Adrian defender. Chris Stewart earned the shutout in net, his third of the season and 13th of his career. Trine had a 21-6 edge in shots. The Thunder improve to 5-10-1 overall and 2-8 in the M.I.A.A..
#1 Hope 3, TRINE 1 (23-25, 25-13, 25-14, 25-23) (Benefit for Rett Syndrome) Taylor Rabel led Trine with 13 kills and added nine digs. The Thunder victory in the first set was just the fifth set Hope has lost all season. Two of those set losses have come at the hands of Trine. The Thunder fall to 20-4 overall, 9-4 in the MIAA. All four of Trine's losses have been to teams that are currently ranked in the top five in the nation.