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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.

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Emma Groff and Kaity Cover were quadruple winners, and Gabby Harvey was a triple winner for Pioneer. Groff won in the 200 freestyle and 100 backstroke. Cover was tops in the 200 individual medley and 100 freestyle, and Harvey came in first in the 500 freestyle. Joanna Marshall won the 100 breaststroke.

Groff, Marshall, Cover and Harvey won the 200 freestyle relay. In the 400 freestyle relay, Cover, Groff and Harvey joined Kayla Miller in winning the 400 freestyle relay.

West Lafayette 112, Logansport 71

Isabelle Kraud was a double winner for the Berries. Kraud won in the 100 backstroke and 500 freestyle. Jen Crafford took first in the 200 individual medley. Becca Yeoman was tops in the 50 freestyle, and Brooke Bullard won the diving.

“It was the last meet of the season,” Logansport coach Heidi Hendricks-Knight said. “They are a really tough team. We had some good swims. We are getting ready for sectionals next week.”

Wrestling

NCC meet

Logansport finished in second place in the North Central Conference wrestling meet with a score of 200 points at Huntington North High School Wednesday.

Kokomo won the meet with a score of 224. Anderson was third (168) followed by Richmond (152.5), Huntington North (137.5), Muncie Central (126.5) and Marion (106).

Logansport had three NCC champs crowned at the meet. They were Justin Porter (113 weight pound class), Josh Brandt (126) and Ryan Schrock (138).

Porter (2-0) defeated Richmond’s Blake Hill 9-2 to win the championship. Brandt (3-0) took down Richmond’s Ryan Weireter on a 7-3 score in winning the title, and Schrock (3-0) also won by a decision over Muncie Central’s Dean Prybylla with the score being 3-0.

The Berries also scored three second place finishes by Kevin Gonzalez (152), Sandis Carter (160) and James Aho (170).

Gonzalez (1-1) made it to the finals before losing to Kokomo’s Chad Gaddis in a 4-1 decision. Carter (2-1) was pinned by Huntington North’s Kyle Jolas, who is undefeated at 24-0, in a time of 3:17, and Aho (1-1) was pinned by Kokomo’s Keair Ross at the 1:45 mark.

Logansport third place finishers were Gerald Silva (145), John Ward (182) and Michael Leonard (195). Berries placing fourth were Anthony Torres (106) and Jesse Dominguez (120), and sixth place was occupied by Daniel Dominguez (132) and Braxton Young (285).

Overall, the Berries placed 13 of their 14 wrestlers in sixth place or better. Logansport will participate in the Twin Lakes Sectional on Saturday.

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