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December 8, 2013

Cass boys beat Pioneer 80-43 at county tourney

Kings wrestling squad goes 5-0 at Maconaquah Invite.

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Pioneer was led by Caleb Kindley with 14 points and five rebounds. Brad Biggs added a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds and was named to the all-tournament team.

- Kenny Hetzler

Indiana Kitchen Classic

Delphi used a balanced attack to defeat Rossville 53-42 in the Indiana Kitchen Classic third-place contest in Delphi.

Mason Lane led the Oracles (3-1) with 12 points, and Kolby Myer and Peyton Wagner each had 11.

E.T. Brenneman led the Hornets with 13 points, and Brandon Tonsoni added 12.

Delphi lost to Clinton Central 60-55 on Friday. The Bulldogs avenged a 23-point loss nine days earlier.

Lane McCoy led all scorers with 18 points, and Jacob Burton added 17 points and eight rebounds to lead the Bulldogs.

Myer led Delphi with 15 points, while Garrett Johnson posted a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds.

Wrestling

Maconaquah Invite

Cass went 5-0 to win the event. The Kings defeated Rossville (42-35), Tri-Central (60-15), Lapel (53-16), Marion (55-24) and Maconaquah (46-33).

Gabe Welch (152 pound weight class), Brendan McGehee (160), Levi Glassburn (182/195) and Blaine Elliott (220) each went 5-0 on the day for the Kings.

Jarrett Carden (120), Zach Layer (126), Kolbie Cox (138) and Hunter Clark (170) each went 4-1. Nathan Young (132) went 3-2.

“We had a good first weekend of wrestling,” Cass coach Nate Burrous said. “We were a little short-handed with several of our kids gone on a field trip. The kids we had there wrestled hard and came out on top. We improved as the day went, but we still have a lot to work on.

“McGehee and Glassburn had five first-period pins and Elliott had five pins.”

Winamac Super Six

Caston went 1-4 at the event.

Jacob Maroney and Braden Moss each went 5-0 on the day to lead the Comets.

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