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December 18, 2013

Logansport grapplers defeat Kokomo 35-34

Pioneer girls basketball tops Rossville for first win.

Logansport defeated Kokomo 35-34 in wrestling action Tuesday.

The Berries’ James Aho (160 weight pound class) and John Ward (182) won by pins. Ryan Schrock (138) was a winner by tech fall. Daniel Dominguez (132) and Gerald Silva (145) were winners by decision, and Anthony Torres (106) and Justin Porter (113) won by forfeit.

Girls swimming

Cass 126, Pioneer 59

Cass was led by quadruple winners Claire Crum and Maddy Karmel. Kirsten Carbaugh and Trisha Hartley were triple winners.

Crum won in the 200 freestyle, 100 freestyle, and she was part of the 200 freestyle relay.

Karmel won in the 200 medley relay, 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke.

Carbaugh was tops in the 500 freestyle and the 200 medley relay.

Hartley was first in the 50 freestyle and 200 freestyle relay.

Crum, Carbaugh, Hartley and Karmel teamed up to win the 400 freestyle relay.

Kassi Hardy was tops in the 200 medley relay and 100 breast stroke.

Bailey Johnson took first in diving.

Sidney Stuber won in the 200 freestyle relay.

Kaity Cover was tops in the 200 individual medley for Pioneer’s only victory.

Boys swimming

Pioneer 96, Cass 83

Carter Ulrich, Dylan Bice and Drew Benesh were quadruple winners for Pioneer.

Ulrich won in the 200 individual medley and 100 breast stroke. Bice took first in the 500 freestyle and 100 backstroke. Benesh placed first in the 50 freestyle and 100 butterfly.

Bice, Ulrich, Benesh and Tyler Shaw teamed up to win the 200 medley relay and Bice, Ulrich, Benesh joined Shaw in winning the 400 freestyle relay.

Cass was led by Jonah Martin with wins in the 200 freestyle, 100 freestyle and 200 freestyle relay. Joining Martin were Andrew White, Derek Sullivan and Braxton Hartle to win the 200 freestyle relay.

Girls basketball

Pioneer 42, Rossville 37

Pioneer won its first game of the season by having to comeback from a 24-18 deficit at halftime.

Kayte Miller led Pioneer with nine points, followed by Brooklyn Mehrley with eight, and Kennedy Nies pouring in seven.

Northfield 54, Caston 35

Caston dropped to 5-3 overall with the 19-point loss to Northfield.

Sarah Holt led Caston with 14 points and Jaycee Denton followed with eight points.

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