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January 31, 2014

Winamac's Shorter scores 1,000th point in loss to TL

Caston girls roll; Winamac boys fall against Twin Lakes.


Jaycee Denton, Mickayla Rans and Anna Brown each added nine points in the win.

Tri-County dropped to 4-13 and 2-5 in the MWC.

Boys basketball

Twin Lakes 69, Winamac 52

The Warriors dropped to 3-5 with the loss at home.

Colin McGee led Winamac with 12 points. Parker Fox and Derek Dotlich had nine each. Adam Gruenig added six.

“It’s hurt us that we’re not practicing more,” Winamac coach Kyle Johnson said. “We’re trying to get better but we need practice time to get better. We shot poorly (19 for 46) and Twin Lakes shot well (27 for 45). We played hard, but we weren’t able to play smart at all tonight.”

Cameron Bennington scored 19 points to lead the Indians (7-5), who won their fourth straight since a loss to Logansport on Jan. 4. Tyler Reddington and Cody Deboy were also in double figures with 10 each.

Winamac travels to West Central (4-7, 2-1) tonight for its MWC opener.

Boys swimming

Pioneer 117, Tippecanoe Valley 55

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

Benesh won in the 50 freestyle and 500 freestyle, and Bice was tops in the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke. Shaw took first in the 100 freestyle. Spenser Ulrich won the 200 individual medley, and Jacob Van Horn placed first in the diving.

Benesh and Bice joined Carter Ulrich and Blake Johnson in winning the 200 medley relay, and Benesh, Bice, Ulrich joined Tyler Shaw in winning the 400 freestyle relay.

West Lafayette 143, Logansport 37

The Berries were shutout in winning an event, but took away with three second places.

Dustin Clements was second in the 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle, and Jacob Forgey was second in the diving.

“We went up against a really good team with lots of depth,” Logansport coach Heidi Hendricks-Knight said. “My boys did a good job.”

Girls swimming

Pioneer 97, Tippecanoe Valley 79

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