1st 31 : Steve Davis, Ed Ulshafer, Russ Felton, Mick VanAsdall
2nd 31 : Jim Dubois, Jack Love, Steve McCammack, Jim Large
3rd 32 : Lee Richards, Al Pilkins, Bob Anglin, John Meyers
Closest To Pin : #2 Sam Rumple, #8 Al Pilkins,
Long Drive : #4 Steve McCammack, #3 Steve Davis
Chip Ins : #4 Jim Kuhens, #6 Gerald Eckert, #7 Ellise Rice, #9 Mike Parker
Tuesday Mens League
Closest To Pin : #2 Rod Strickler, #8 Don Conley
Long Drive : #3 David Prater
Low Scores : Mark Laymon 37, Randy Musselman 39
The ” Little Guy ” junior tour was held at Etna Acres Monday.
Players from Howard, Tipton, Wabash, Huntington, Grant and Miami counties played in the event.
High school boys : 1st, Jack Leland 83, 2nd Nathan Edwards 83, 3rd Richie Brooks 85
High school girls : 1st Elizabeth Conley 83, Kait Wickersham 94, 3rd Jordan Rauh 101
Junior high boys : 1st Austin Trump 42, 2nd Dylan Meyer 45, Caleb Kroh 48
Junior high girls : 1st Dayna Dale 51, Jaylnn Stull 66, Erika Bakehorn 67
The next Little Guy tournament will be July 5th at Chippendale Golf Course, Kokomo. Future events are July 9th @ Dykeman, Logansport, July 11th @ Honeywell, July 18, Peru GC, July 23rd Round Barn, Rochester and July 26th, Rock Hollow, Peru.
Wabash County put four baseball players on the 2A ALL STATE team for 2012.
Making first team ”all state” were Northfield juniors Ryan Keaffaber and Andy Roser.
Wabash junior Shea Beauchamp and Manchester senior Connor McLaughlin were nominated ”honorable mention”.
Position Name School
Catcher Andy Roser (Jr.) Northfield
1st Base Chris Eckersley (Sr.) Park Tudor
2nd Base Zach McCoy (Jr.) Lewis Cass
3rd Base Dakota Ware (Jr.) Seeger
SS Ryan Spaulding (Sr.) * Oak Hill
OF Eric Price (Sr.) Sheridan
OF Austin Hooker (So.) Tipton
OF Kevin Rex (Jr.) Park Tudor
P Luke Stephenson (Sr.) Triton Central
P Ryan Keaffaber (Jr.) * Northfield
P Mike McCormick (Sr.) Speedway
* means repeat member of the team
Honorable Mention (2A): Jullian Snyder (Jr.) – Union County; Glen McClain (Jr.) – Fremont; Austin Mannan (Jr.) – Cloverdale; Dalton Combs (Jr.) – Adams Central; Austin Bourne (Sr.) – Union County; Heath Reynolds (Sr.) – Wapahani; Brian Dale (Sr.) – Cloverdale; Mitch Yeagy (Sr.) – Alexandria; Austin Fuller (Jr.) – Union County; Shea Beauchamp (Jr.) – Wabash; Hunter Brown (Sr.) – Eastern Hancock; Jon Keesling (Sr.) – Wapahani; Austin Foreman (Sr.) – Lewis Cass; Jared Lauer (Sr.) – South Spencer; Jared Meliff (Sr.) – North Posey; Jeff Scott (So.) – Clinton Central; Evan Fout (Sr.) – Eastern Hancock; Aaron Gregg (Sr.) – Covenant Christian; Matt Baker (Sr.) – Union County; Dustin Wanner (Sr.) – South Adams; Elijah Jones (Sr.) – Winchester; Dakota Nelson (Jr.) – Triton Central; Cody Wallace (Jr.) – Eastern Hancock; Nathan Tretter (Jr.) – Southridge; Ryan Estep (Jr.) – Wapahani; Andrew Daggett (Sr.) – Lewis Cass; Khole Stephen (Sr.) – Seeger; Conner McLaughlin (Sr.) – Manchester; Madison Foster (Sr.) – Park Tudor; Kyle Seger (Sr.) – Southridge
Second Annual Coach Dennis Walk’ ER Run Memorial Event
Saturday, August 25, 2012
Registration: 7:00-7:45am Run & Walk: 8:00 am
Field of Dreams, Wabash
Entry Fees: $15 for Adults & $5 for Children 12 & Under Shirts: $10
Course: The course is a true 5k cross country course that runs through a wooded area and around the soccer fields and baseball diamonds with several small hills. There is a small section where runners will cross asphalt. There is a 45 minute time limit. Proceeds will go toward the scholarship fund in honor of Coach Walker who was tragically killed in a bicycling accident in 2009. Shirts will be available for purchase. All shirts will be made while you wait allowing you to specify color, size, and design.
5K Run____ Kids Welcomed for the 1 Mile Walk____
Date of Birth: __________ Age: ____ Male____ Female____
I, undersigned, in consideration of acceptance of the entry and registration as participant in the Coach Dennis Walk’ ER Run Memorial Event, waive any and all claims which I, my heirs, or assigns may now or hereafter have against Northfield Jr/Sr High School, Wabash County YMCA, Dr. James McCann, its members, volunteers, and sponsors of said event which may indirectly or directly result from my participation in said event. I further warrant and represent that I am in proper physical condition to participate in said event and am not participating in this event against physician’s advice nor am I taking medications which would impair my health or ability to participate.
Participant’s Signature: _______________________________ Date: ___________________
Signature of Parent/Guardian if Participant is under 18: _____________________________
If registering via mail, please send registration form & checks by August 20th to:
Dennis Walker Memorial/Lori Augustus
1855 S. Lakeview Estates, Wabash, IN. 46992
Strawberry Stomp 5K Results
|14 & Under||35-39|
|Friedersdorf, Josiah||20:22:00||Picklesimer, Joe||20:35:00|
|Collins, Jonathan||22:22:00||Hullinger, Jon||24:27:00|
|Henderson, Carli||24:04:00||McIntire, Corey||24:42:00|
|Crow, Colby||24:17:00||Sparling, Emily||25:42:00|
|White, Ellie||24:33:00||Sutton, Shelly||31:17:00|
|Heath, Taylor||24:39:00||Kugler, Clint||33:13:00|
|Burns, Andrew||24:44:00||Hunter, Noelle||33:20:00|
|Mattern, Luke||25:29:00||Emrick, Aimee||34:40:00|
|DeLauter, Sterling||34:38:00||Kugler, Kindi||42:24:00|
|Lengel, Michael||20:44:00||Boyer, James||19:04:00|
|Lehner, Emily||21:54:00||Friedersdorf, Troy||19:58:00|
|Heath, Haley||21:56:00||Mattern, Michael||24:56:00|
|Ford, Kristyn||30:55:00||Boyer, Jennifer||30:16:00|
|Mendez, Johnny||16:13:00||Paul, Angela||38:54:00|
|Bowman, Micheal||20:14:00||Krom, Kaye||44:46:00|
|Timmons, Braden||20:55:00||Bingham, Jeff||19:43:00|
|Bahney, Aaron||21:02:00||Mercer, Joe||21:19:00|
|Siepker, Kelli||27:15:00||Dupont, Peter||22:29:00|
|Wells, Jordan||30:20:00||Ford, Amy||29:11:00|
|Jackson, Cole||16:17:00||Rauh, Dana||30:55:00|
|Sonafrank, Chandler||17:25:00||Farlow, Tammy||35:40:00|
|Smith, Alex||27:49:00||Henderson, Julie||35:45:00|
|Farlow, Mary||35:39:00||Dupont, Michelle||36:39:00|
|Butcher, Aaron||28:07:00||Duggan, Dallas||24:45:00|
|Butcher, Alison||38:57:00||Little, Ted||25:27:00|
|Needler, BJ||15:34:00||Campbell, Curt||34:54:00|
|McIntire, Robin||24:06:00||Guthrie, Charles||40:10:00|
|Cornell, Jonathan||25:13:00||Miller, Linda||54:30:00|
|Cordes, Erica||25:42:00||Ridenour, David||25:37:00|
|Denney, Jennifer||25:53:00||Peters, John||25:55:00|
|Henderson, Megan||29:31:00||80 & Up|
|Kellam, Joshua||33:47:00||Lemont, Robert||30:07:00|
Fun Run Participants
The TRC announced their ”all conference” team. Wabash County was very well represented at every position.
The Y is ‘Serving Up Summer’ with the Walmart Foundation to Fight Child Hunger
The Wabash County YMCA joins national effort to serve 5 million healthy meals and snacks to 100,000 children to help keep them well-nourished
[Wabash, IN 6/29/2012] – While summer should be a time of fun, exploration and relaxation, many children are left without the nutrition they need to learn, grow and thrive. More than 21 million children lose access to free or reduced-cost meals once the school year ends, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). To ensure that children in Wabash County have access to food year-round, the Wabash County YMCA is offering free healthy meals and snacks through its summer food program, thanks to a $15,000 grant funded by the Walmart Foundation.
The Y has partnered with the Walmart Foundation to address child hunger in communities, with a focus on increasing participation in the USDA’s Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), which provides free meals to children aged 18 and under while school is out. According to the Food Research and Action Center, only in one in seven children who depend on free or reduced-cost meals during the school year received meals though the SFSP last summer. This summer, more than 300 Ys nationwide will offer summer food programs with a collective goal to serve 5 million healthy meals and snacks to 100,000 children. Here in Wabash County, the Y plans to serve about 9600 meals and/or snacks to help about 300 of children stay well-nourished.
“For some children in our communities, the end of the school year means end of meals,” said Bill Barrows, Senior Program Director, Wabash County YMCA. “At the Y, we are focused on making sure children stay healthy and well-nourished. Thanks to the partnership with the Walmart Foundation, our Y will be able to provide meals to children in the community who need them most.”
“At Walmart, we recognize the need to support the development of our nation’s youth,” said Sylvia Mathews Burwell, president of the Walmart Foundation. “We know that providing access to healthy meals during the summer months will enable students to return to school healthy, prepared and ready to succeed. By working closely with the Wabash County YMCA, we can help kids have better summers and, ultimately, better lives.”
As part of the Wabash County YMCA’s summer backpack food program, children aged 18 and under will continue to receive two meals a day for the weekend. Not only will this help hundreds of children stay well-nourished, active and energized all summer long, but it also will alleviate the strain on family food budgets when school is out. As a leading nonprofit committed to strengthening community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, the Y is focused on ensuring that all children have access to food and maintain good health. Our backpack program piggy backs the Wabash City School’s summer food program in which the YMCA is a site location.
Nationally, the Y is a partner in the Walmart Foundation’s 2012 Summer Giving Campaign, which has committed more than $20 million in grants to expand nutrition, learning and employment programs for elementary, middle and high school students in more than 350 communities. The Walmart Foundation contributed a $5 million grant to YMCA of the USA (Y-USA) to address child hunger. Y-USA, in turn, passes the funding along in the form of grants to participating YMCAs.
To learn more about the Wabash County YMCA’s summer food program, visit ymca.net/summer-food-program OR wabashcountyymca.org or check out the Wabash County YMCA Facebook page.
The Y is one of the nation’s leading nonprofits strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Across the U.S., 2,700 Ys engage 21 million men, women and children – regardless of age, income or background – to nurture the potential of children and teens, improve the nation’s health and well-being, and provide opportunities to give back and support neighbors. Anchored in more than 10,000 communities, the Y has the long-standing relationships and physical presence not just to promise, but to deliver, lasting personal and social change. ymca.net
About Philanthropy at Walmart
Walmart and the Walmart Foundation are proud to support initiatives that are helping people live better around the globe. In May 2010, Walmart and its Foundation made a historic pledge of $2 billion through 2015 to fight hunger in the U.S. The Walmart Foundation also supports education, workforce development, environmental sustainability, and health and wellness initiatives. To learn more, visit www.walmartfoundation.org.
The Etna Acres jr-sr tournament was held Saturday.
In the tournament, jr’s tee off on even holes and sr’s on odd holes.
Age 10 & under
1st : Holly & John Gillespie 57 : 2nd Connor & Kenny Shafer 59 : 3rd Cash & Chris Cartwright 60
1st : Dayna & Gary Dale 46 : 2nd Paul & Brad Farlow 47 : 3rd Brandon Snyder & Doug Boone 48
1st : Zac & Ed Tackett 37 : 2nd Casey Houston & Brad Wright 45 : 3rd Danielle & Dan Sparling 46
Next tournament : July 21st, 2:30