The Westview varsity boys basketball team gained a huge measure of revenge last Friday night when it roughed up West Noble, 66-55 in Emma.
When Westview needed him the most in last Friday’s NECC boys basketball battle against Angola, Jordyn Bontrager answered the call.
Prairie Heights defeated its third straight Elkhart County foe Tuesday night in dramatic fashion, shading the Braves of Elkhart Christian in overtime by a count of 86-79.
Ashtin Kaminer poured in 19 points in sparking Lakeland to a 53-49 overtime triumph at Central Noble Tuesday night.
Often times a player’s value to a basketball team can be measured on what it does when he is off the court rather than what it accomplishes when he is on the court.
Margie P. Day, 90, LaGrange, died Monday, September 2, 2013 at Parkview LaGrange Hospital.
Willis E. “Bill” Peachy, 92, Danville, Ky., formerly of Kendallville, Ind., died Friday, August 23, 2013 at his daughter’s residence.
Good things come to those who wait.
The Lady Warriors of Westview ran into a buzz saw named Fort Wayne Luers Saturday in the opening round of the 2A girls basketball regional held at Rochester High School.
Westview ran its boys basketball winning streak to 14 games Tuesday night with a 47-29 victory over Wawasee in Syracuse.
Elkhart Central used its superior height and athleticism to roll past Prairie Heights, 60-32 Tuesday night in historic North Side Gym.
Jonathon Wilkinson fired in 32 points in leading NorthWood to a 70-47 thumping of host Lakeland Tuesday night in varsity boys basketball.
Westview remained perfect in NECC boys basketball play Saturday night with a 66-56 win over visiting Central Noble.
Donald A. Wilsey, 77, Westler Lake in Wolcottville, died Friday, November 30, 2012 at Parkview LaGrange Hospital.
David and Goliath met once again in the 2A boys basketball regional at North Judson Saturday night.
Only this time, Goliath won.
Brant Yoder sparked the Westview varsity boys basketball team to a 58-44 NECC triumph at Prairie Heights last Thursday night.
Saturday night’s championship game of the NECC boys basketball tournament, much like the rest of his 2011-12 season, started slowly for Westview forward Kyle Miller.