A trio of first-half goals by Bucky Carpenter propelled Westview to a 5-0 NECC boys soccer triumph at Eastside Saturday night.
Lakeland got back to the .500 mark in boys soccer Saturday morning with a 4-2 victory over host Prairie Heights at Hubert Cline Field.
Joseph Trost’s eighth-place effort of 16:24.7 led the Lakeland boys cross country team at the Tippecanoe Valley Invitational this past Saturday.
Prairie Heights leveled its NECC and overall varsity football records at 2-2 with a 28-0 pasting of Central Noble last Friday night in Albion.
A smothering effort by its defense carried Lakeland to a 31-0 thrashing of Angola last Friday night at Laker Field.
East Noble cruised past Lakeland, 25-19, 25-16, 25-20 in varsity volleyball action last Thursday night.
Fairfield was a 5-0 victor over host Lakeland in NECC boys tennis last Thursday.
Goals by Dustin Cunningham and Nick Byler late in the second half allowed Lakeland to escape Lakewood Park with a 5-3 varsity boys soccer win last Thursday evening.
Westview dealt Prairie Heights its first varsity soccer loss last Thursday afternoon in Brushy Prairie by a count of 2-0.
Westview dropped an 18-25, 25-22, 20-25, 17-25 varsity volleyball decision at Northridge last Thursday night.
Northridge steamed past Westview, 7-0 in varsity girls soccer play last Thursday night in Middlebury.
Westview downed Fremont, 5-0 in NECC boys tennis last Thursday.
Current County Commissioner Garry Heller will be running for North District County Commissioner in the May 2014 Republican primary election.
Douglas E. Hetchler, 75, LaGrange, died Sunday, September 15, 2013 at Life Care Center of LaGrange.
The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department received a call on September 14 regarding an out-of-control subject at a residence in the 10000 block of US 20 east of LaGrange.
Westview School Corporation will seek quotes to design a parking area near Topeka Elementary School after discussion Thursday on the estimated cost.
Hoosiers can take some simple and inexpensive steps now to be more prepared for an emergency, according to the Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS).