The Wabash Apaches needed a win over Peru to win their first out right conference title since 1946 and wasted no time letting the entire gym know that would become a reality as they defeated the Tigers 66-43 Friday. During the second quarter junior Trenton Daughtry surpassed 1000 points for his career.Continue reading “Daughtry Surpasses 1000 As Apaches Clinch TRC”
The Manchester Squires duked it out with Eastern Friday, edging the Comets 58-54.Continue reading “Squires Edge Comets”
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Freshman diver Jordan Spearman (Indianapolis, Ind. / Mt. Vernon) and junior Christain Poole (Anderson, Ind. / Anderson) both earned All-Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference honors on Wednesday afternoon.
Spearman earned First Team All-HCAC honors after his record breaking performances in the 1 and 3-meter diving events at the 2019 HCAC Swimming & Diving Championships. Jordan was the HCAC Champion in the 3-meter dive with a top score of 441.25. Spearman also found his way on the podium in the 1-meter dive, placing third, with an overall score of 487.45. Both marks set new school records and both marks qualified Jordan for the NCAA Regionals.
Junior Christain Poole earned Honorable Mention All-HCAC honors on Wednesday afternoon. Poole finished third in the men’s 50-freestyle with a final time of 21.56. Poole’s mark on the first night of the HCAC Championships broke his own school record, set earlier in the day during the morning prelim session. On Saturday, Poole broke the school record in the men’s 100-freestyle with a time of 48.97.
Kyle Erwin (Attica, Ind. Attica) was named to the Christopher M. Ragsdale All-Sportsmanship Team. On the women’s side, Mikki Goetz (Highland, Ind. / Highland) was also named to the All-Sportsmanship Team.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Manchester University was well represented on the all-HCAC Indoor Track and Field teams that were announced this afternoon. 12 different Manchester Spartans garnered all-league honors after their strong performances this past weekend at the 2019 HCAC Indoor Championships.Continue reading “Murr, Wappes, Tyler Lead All-HCAC Selections”
The Southwood junior high wrestling team was host to Manchester, Northfield and Eastbrook Thursday.Continue reading “Thursday JH Wrestling At Southwood”
The Southwood Knights went on the road to Eastbrook Tuesday, defeating the Panthers 62-53.Continue reading “Knights Pick Up Road Win At Eastbrook”
The Wabash 8th Grade Lady Apaches fought hard but came up short against Rochester 53-42 Tuesday.Continue reading “Wabash 8th Eliminated From Tourney”
Manchester 7th grade girls defeated Rochester Tuesday 22-13 to earn a place in the RRC semi-finals Saturday at WabashContinue reading “Manchester 7th Advances To Semi Finals”
The Wabash Apaches built a 36-14 halftime lead before cruising to a 56-40 win over Eastern Tuesday.Continue reading “Apaches Cruise Past Eastern”
The Northfield Norsemen traveled to Huntington Tuesday, falling to the Vikings 71-41.Continue reading “Norse Fall At Huntington”
The Manchester Squires took the short jaunt to Whitko Tuesday, leading at the half before falling to the Wildcats 79-71.Continue reading “Squires Stumble At Whitko”
The Southwood Knights took on Adams Central Monday, exploding for 24 second quarter points in a 70-45 win over the Flying Jets.Continue reading “Huge Second Quarter Lifts Knights Past Adams Central”
The Northfield boys basketball team fell to Maconaquah 68-58 Monday.Continue reading “Norse Comeback Falls Short”
The Wabash and Manchester girls basketball teams opened RRC tournament play Monday.Continue reading “Wabash/Manchester JH Girls Split”
The Wabash 5/6th A team lost to a tough Rochester team 17-13 Monday.Continue reading “Wabash 5/6 Split With Rochester”
The Wabash 8th grade defeated Caston 47-26 Saturday.Continue reading “Wabash 8th Rides Third Quarter Run”