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Page B2 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Friday, January 10, 1992 Rohrman Resigns As Pioneer Athletic Director Former AD Lee Aldridge will take over management of Panther athletics for remainder of year By JEFF MAJESKE Pharos-Tribune Asst. Sports Editor ROYAL CENTER — It's a familiar story. • Once again, the time required to be a coach and athletic director has led to a change in direction for a Loganland administrator. Marty Rohrman, Pioneer athletic director and wrestling coach, became the latest in the list when he submitted his resignation Thursday afternoon 'to take a job at Corydon Central High School in southern Indiana. Lee Aldridge, who was Pioneer's athletic director for 16 years, will finish out the school year on an interim basis as the new AD. Rohrman's son, Pat, will be the team's new wrestling coach. Rorhman's last day at Pioneer is today He starts at Corydon on Monday and will teach health, physical education and social studies classes. He will also be an assistant football coach and possibly will be involved with the school's wrestling program as well. Rohrman, who came to Pioneer in August of 1989, cited a desire to spend more time with his family and other career goals as reasons for leaving. "I had been wanting to get back in the classroom, and I also want to finish my administrative license," Rohrman said. "Being athletic director and wrestling coach, I have no chance to take classes, and I want to go into administration if I can. "And my wife had been in a pretty bad car accident about two months ago. That made me do some thinking on what my pn- "I think the biggest thing that I feel I've accomplished is I feel we have a good set of coaches. There's a lot of harmony among the coaches, and all the coaches here are working toward one goal — improving athletics.... We're still not winning big, but I think we're turning the corner. We're close." Marty Rohrman orities were. Being an athletic director is a stressful job. And I have two young daughters that I hardly get to see because I'm gone all the time." Pioneer principal George Hainje is sorry to see Rohrman leave, but is excited about having Aldridge back at the helm. "I'm glad for Marty," Hainje said. "I think he looked at that job as a good chance to stay in education, yet at the same time not have to devote the hours that is required as an athletic director. I think it's a good career move for Marty, and I'm sure that he's going to do a good job at Corydon. "f m sorry to see him leave because he and I have had a good working relationship the two and a half years that we have been here together. On the other hand, I'm look- ing forward to working with Lee. Lee's aoing to do a good job. He's been an outstanding administrator and athletic director over the years. He's well respected in the state and has a wide range of credentials." Rohrman had to endure some stormy moments during his tenure, most notably the situation with then-basketball coach Troy Albert, who was fired then rehired during the spring of 1990. But he thinks the Panthers, who won the Softball sectional and were runners-up in the football sectional last year, are on the right track in all sports now. "I think the biggest thing that I feel I've accomplished is I feel we have a good set of coaches," Rohrman said. "There's a lot ol harmony among the coaches, and all the coaches here are working toward one goal Aldridge Wants To Restore The Roar By JEFF MAJESKE Pharos-Tribune Asst. Sports Editor ROYAL CENTER — Lee Aldridge may be Pioneer's interim athletic director, but that doesn't mean he'll just be marking time until the end of the school year. "I hope I can help bring back some credibility to our athletic program we once had," said Aldridge, who has been at Pioneer for 27 years, including a 16-year stint as athletic director and four years as head basketball coach. "We've had some great athletic teams, and I'd like us to develop some good ones again. You look at some of basketball teams from the 70s, and a 15-win season was kind of an off-season. "I'd like to bring back the pride and tradition." Aldridge hung up his athletic director's hat after the 1984-85 school year, but has continued to stay involved in athletics as an official. He officiates high school and college track meets and football games and also does clinics for officials in track and football. "I hope the job has not changed much in the past seven years," Aldridge said. "It really doesn't matter what level you're at. You still have things to take care of —transportation, officials, you name it." And Aldridge plans to get right to business. "I'm going to sit down with Marty (today) and see where everything is at," he said. "I want to meet with the coaches and see what needs to be done to improve their programs and see what their ideas are. "I don't see any major changes because we're right in the middle of the school year. But we'll touch up some things and make things run more smooth. And hopefully, have a little more fun." As basketball coach, Aldridge is probably most famous for the 1966 "stall game" when Logansport beat Pioneer, 12-10, in the sectional during his first year as coach. improving athletics. (Football coach) Mike Johnson is an example of an unbelievably positive coach. And Dale Samuels (boys' basketball), Scott Leverenz (baseball) and Alan Catterlin (track and cross country) are all exceptional coaches. "We're still not winning big, but I think we're turning the corner. We're close." Loganland ReSUJtS+Reports of local events Maconaquah - Swilt 1, Allen 3, Chance 2, D Truesz 2, R Truesz 3. Fye 1, Phelps 4, Sports Menu Friday's Events Boys' Basketball Logansport at Kokomo (at Memorial Gymnasium Cowntown), Lewis Cass at In-Central, Caslon a! Winamac. Frontier at Pioneer, Carroll at North White Girls' Basketball Logansport at Kokomo. 4:30 p.m. JV start Saturday's Events Boys' Basketball Freshman tourney in Berry Bowl, 9:30 a.m. start; Logansport at Harrison, North Miami at Caston. Oregon-Davis at Winamac, Pioneer at Rensselaer, Eastern at Carroll Girls' Basketball Pioneer at West Central. 10 a.m.; Carroll at Winamac, 11 a.m. Jr. Hi. Basketball Junior-High Boys' Basketball 7TH- LAFAYETTE TECUMSEH 43, LINCOLN 36 Lincoln — Kyle Long 2, Brad Shaw 4. Matt Danely 11 Parmeter 2. Miller 2, Williams 8. Lucas 7 (8 re- bounds) Lafayette — Hibbert 2, Nargi 4, Donaldson 4, Lehman 17, Burke 14 8TH: LAFAYETTE TECUMSEH 61, LINCOLN 43 Lincoln — Tony Brown 9, Jason Spear 7, Aaron Reeser 6. Jason Young 6, Nathan Speitsl 5, Shawn McCann 2, Desi Morgan 2, Kenny Hayden 2 Lafayette — Biggs 19, Westmoreland 15, Telle 11. Dubes 6, Dubbles 8, Knapp 2 7TH A: LEWIS CASS 45, MACONAQUAH 39 Lewis Cass — Keily Kitchel 12, Andy Leininger 12. Jackie Hight 7, Colin Jones 6, Tom Spitznogle 4, Joel Griswold 2. Gary Rowe 2. Maconaquah — Monroe 5, Johnson 2, Otto 2, Kyle 2. Wahlig 12, Collins 4, Miller 6, Betzner6. 7TH B: MACONAQUAH 45, LEWIS CASS 37 Lewis Cass — Eric Woodke 2, Anders 7, Tim Shoal 3. Norton 4, Justin Baugh 6. Anderson 2, Chad Jones 2, Jeremy Finnell 6, Brent Brown 5. Maconaquah - Brown 4. Kendal 2, Higdon 2, Purington 3, Langer 2, Hunt 2. Hemmerly 4, Johnson 3, Bailey 11, Keller lO.Conley 2. •: > 8TH A: LEWIS CASS 41, MACONAQUAH 16 Lewis Cass — John Martin 9, Craig Jernagan 4, Tom Garner 2, Grag Helvie 2, Brent Griffin 10, Brian Begley 9. 8TH B: LEWIS CASS 31, MACONAQUAH 22 Lewis Cass — Shawn Boettjer 4, Terry Butcher 2. Rocky Valadez 6, Jess Clark 6. Adam Isenburg 5, Josh Hedrick 8. Maconaquah — Nottemayer 3, Graber 7, Stanza A, Oliverez 2. Russo 4, Chance 2. Jr. Hi. Swimming LEWIS CASS 128, PIONEER 58 200 medley relay - 1. Cass 2:15.97 (Waliy Bennett, Bell, Broc Hinkla, Brett Lord) 200 freestyle -1. M.Liebner (P) 2:28.09 100 individual medley — 1. Bennett (LC) 1:15.01 50 freestyle -1. Lord (LC) :29.60 Ojvjng _ 1. Todd McCracken (LC) 34.10 50 butterfly -1. Hlnkle(LC) :34.64 100 freestyle— .1. Bennett (LC) 1:06.75 400 freestyle -1. A.Ailen (P) 5:52.35 200 free relay -1. Cass 2:03.35 (Robke, Bell, Hinkle, Bennett) , ' 10'O backstroke —1. Josh MearJor (LC) 1:21.51 100 breaststroke — 1. M.Liebner (P) 1:17.0 400 freestyle relay — 1. Cass 4:54.35 (Lord, Vaiadez, Meador, Harden) ScoreboarchState prep, college ar ^ ^^^—^M^Mi^M^MMM"*""* 1 " 1 ™ ^••^••••^^^^^^ On The Air Friday's Sports On TV NBA Basketball 8 p.m. — Portland at Detroit, TNT Friday's Sports On Radio High School Basketball 7:45 p.m. — Logansport at Kokomo. WSAL 1230 AM and WHZR 103.7 FM 7-45 D.m. — Lewis Cass at Tri-Cen- •^^^^•p^^^^^^^^^ National Basketball Association EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Conf New York 20 11 .645 - 6-4 Lost 2 13-3 7-8 15-8 Boson 21 12 .636 - 5-5 Won 2 14-3 7-9 12-9 Philadelphia ',5 18 .455 6 4-6 Won 1 9-7 6-11 9-1 Eli 15 19 .441 61/2 3-7 Lost 2 11-5 4-14 12-10 New ersey 13 20 .394 8 6-4 Won 2 9-10 4-10 7-5 Washington 12 21 .364 9 6-4 Lost 3 4-11 8-10 6-3 Sdo 725 ,219131/2 1-9 Won 1 4-12 3-13 6-13 rnntral Division . . tral.WHLM 102.3 FM Chicaao" 27 5 .844 - 9-1 Won3 14-2 13-3 18-3 CleSd 23 9 .719 410-0 Won 10 14-1 9-8 17-4 Saturday's SponsOn TV ^See 17 14 .548 91/2 8-2 Won4 12-4 5-10 10-0 College Basketball | ^3 18 15 .545 91/2 6-4 Won 6 12-6 6-9 8-2 1 p.m. - Michigan at Minnesota, I D ' , it 18 16 .529 10 8-2 Won 1 10-7 8-9 10-10 WTTV ! i n H,°n=, 1321 .362 15 2-8 Lost 3 10-7 3-14 6-10 1 :30 p.m. — North Carolina vs. Notra Dame, NBC 2:30 p.m. — Northern Illinois at Southern liiinois, ESPN 4 p.m. — Illinois at Michigan St., CBS 5 p.m. — Indiana at Wisconsin, WTTV 8 p.m. — Iowa at Purdue, WTTV NBA Basketball 7:35 p.m. — Atlanta at Indiana, TBS Saturday's Sports On Radio High School Basketball 9 a.m. — Coaches Club, WHZR 103.7FM 10 a.m. — Coaches Roundtable, WSAL 1230 AM 7:45 p.m. — Logansport at Harrison. WSAL 1230 AM 7*45 p.m. — North Miami at Castcn, WHZR 1 03.7 FM College Basketball 4:45 p.m. — Indiana at Wisconsin, WHLM 1 02.3 FM HS Basketball Indiana High School Basketball Thursday's Games Bloomtield 55, Sullivan 47 Indpls Cathedral 62, Muncie South 56 North Central (Sullivan) 61, Turkey Qiin dQ nun *»3 TOURNAMENT Greene County Tourney Consolation Bracket Eastern (Qreeno) 62. Shakamak 47 N.Knox 54, Linton 38 Wayne County Tourney First Round Northeastern 59, Lincoln 48 Gymnastics Poll INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The Indiana High School Gymnastics Coaches Association Top 20 teams: I.Columbus East 2. Ft. Wayne Snider 3. Valparaiso 4. Merrillville 5. Connersville 6. Marion 7. (tio) FtWayna Concordia - Portage 9. (tie) RWayne Dwenger - Blackford 11. (lie) New Castle - New Palestine 13. (tie) Indpls N. Central - Wawasee - Lafayette Jeff - Chesterton 17, Center Grove . . . . 18. (tia) Columbus North - Bloomington North 20. (tie) Ft. Wayne North - Jay County Charlotte 10 24 .294 18 3-7 Won 2 7-10 3-14 /-IB WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Conf Utah 22 13 629 — 6-4 Lost 1 13-1 9-12 11-5 San Antonio 18 14 .563 21/2 5-5 Won 2 11-4 7-10 11-9 Houston 17 16 515 43-7 Lost 2 9-6 8-10 10-7 O B er 3 9 406 71/2 4-6 Lost 2 11-7 2-12 7-13 fMhf 12 21 364 9 2-8 Lost 6 7-10 5-11 8-11 Ke\c.a 5 le :?61 15 2-6 Los, 2 4-14 1-12 4-18 GoSen State' 0 " 21 8 724 - 9-1 Won 5 11-4 10-4 15-6 Poland 2 11 :656 11/2 8-2 Won 2 15-5 5-6 10-8 P?S 20 13 606 3 6-4 Won 1 11-3 9-10 13-7 LA Lakers 19 4 576 4 3-7 Lost! 9-6 10-8 11-9 sSa-tte 7 5 531 51/2 6-4 Lost! 10-6 7-9 11-6 Wrappers 18 17 .514 6 4-6 Won1 12-7 6-10 10-12 Sacramento 9 24 .273 14 2-8 Lost 4 7-7 2-17 4-14 Indiana Box INDIANA 96, MINNESOTA SO MINNESOTA (8-6) Walton 3-6 0-1 6, Carter 4-12 2-3 11, 0-0 3, Woolen 3-4 0-0 6, Burke 3-6 00 6. Morris 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 32-70 81579. Halftime— La Salle 38, Notre Dame 28. 3-Point goals— Notre Dame 6-15 (Bennett 4-7, Sweet 2-7. Cozen 0-1), La Salle 7-20 (Hurd 3-7, Woods 3-9, Martin 2-4 0-1 4. McDonald 6-9 0-0 Kalumbo 1-1. Burke 0-3). Fouled 13, Lenard 1-6 2-2 4, Jackson 0-2 2-4 | ou( _ Tower, Woods. Rebounds— 2. Nzigamasabo 0-2 0-0 0, Kolander 1 No , re Damo 44 (g|j s 1 5), La Salle 31 0-4 2-2 2, Orr 2-6 0-0 5, Tubbs 0-2 1- (Hurd 7 , Assists— Notra Dame 1 5 21, Wolf 1-5 0-0 2, ROB 0-0 0-00. To- Tayior Bennett, Sweet 4), La Salle tals 19-58 9-15 50. 13 /Kurd, Holland. Neubauer 3). Total INDIANA (10-2) inuLq-Notre Dame 20, La Salle 20. Anderson 5-9 2-2 13. Cheaney 5-8 46 15, Henderson 9-16 2-3 20, Reynolds 0-2 4-4 4, Bailey 4-8 6-817, Graham 3-4 2-4 9, Meeks 0-0 3-4 3. Nover 1-3 2-5 4, Lindeman 0-2 2-2 2, Leary 3-4 2-2 9. Totals 30-56 29-40 96. Halfiime— Indiana 44. Minnesota 18. 3-Point goals— Minnesota 3-11 (McDonald 1-2, Orr 1-2, Carter 1-3, Lenard 0-4), Indiana 7-14 (Bailey 3-5, Anderson 1-2, Cheaney 1-2, Graham 1-2, Leary 1-2, Reynolds 0-1). Fouled •out— Walton. Rebounds— Minnesota 28 (Kolander 7), Indiana 44 (Henderson 9). Assists— Minnesota 7 (Carter. Lenard 2), Indiana 22 (Reynolds 10). Total fouls— Minnesota 28, Indiana 18. A-1 7,238. Notre Dame Box NOTRE DAME 87, LA SALLE 79 NOTRE DAME (3-5) Ellis 7-10 3-4 17, Taylor 3-9 6-6 12, Tower 4-7 3-4 11, Bennett '9-17 2-2 24, Sweet 8-161-1 19, Jc-n Ross 0-0 3-4 3. Cozen 0-1 0-0 0, Boyer 0-0 0-0 0, Russell 0-1 1-2 1, Joe Ross 0-0 00 0. Williams 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 31-61 19-23 87. LA SALLE (4-5) Hurd 8-18 1-2 20, Holland 5-9 5-7 15, Lieverst 1-5 2-4 4, Woods 11-27 0-2 25, Neubauer 0-0 0-0 0, Kalombo 1-1 A-6,255. College B'ball Thursday's Sports Transactions EAST Brown 80, Lafayette 68 Loyola. Md. 76, Siena 68 New Hampshire 71 , Vermont 65 Notra Dame 87, La Salle 79 Robert Morris 70, Marist 63 St. Francis, NY 79, Colgate 71 Wagner 82, Mount St. Mary's, Md. 74 SOUTH Georgia Southern 83, Samford 65 Georgia St. 60, Mercer 70 Liberty 73, Campbell 71 Louisiana Tech 94, Ark.-Little Rock 71 NW Louisiana 112, Centenary 77 North Carolina 103, Clemson 69 SW Louisiana 65, Arkansas St. 49 Tulane 95. Cent. Connecticut St. 68 Va. Commonwealth 66, Louisville 57 MIDWEST Chicago St. 91. Cent. St., Ohio 84 Drake 51, Bradley 41 Indiana 96, Minnesota 50 Michigan BO. Iowa 77, OT Mrj.-Kansas City 116, Southern Cal Coll. 78 SOUTHWEST Nlcholls St. 62, SW Texas St. 58, OT Rice 76, Baylor 69, OT i South Alabama 99, Lamar 91 Stephen F.Austin 80, North Texas 64 I Texas 86, Houston 75 ' j Texas-Arlington 88, Sam Houston St. ! 76 I Texas-El Paso 89, Brigham Young 69 i Texas-San Antonio 64, McNeese St. i SB FAR WEST Arizona 107, Southern Cal 68 ! CS Northridge 92, S. Connecticut 62 Colorado St. 56, Air Force 64 Fresno St. 86, Cal St.-Fullerton 83 Idaho St. 109, N.Arizona 82 Montana St. 50, E. Washington 46 Nevada 92, Weber St. 78 New Mexico St. 72, UC Santa Barbara 63 ' Oregon 67. California 57 S. Utah 109, Fort Lewis 71 Sacramento St. 110, Wls.-Milwaukee 106.20T Stanford 67, Oregon St. 54 UCLA 63, Arizona St. 62 UNLV 88, Long Beach St. 63 Utah St. 81, UC Irvine 63 Wyoming 85, San Diego St. 72 NFL Playoffs First Round Saturday, Dec. 28 Kansas City 10, LA Raiders 6 Atlanta 27, New Orleans 20 Sunday, Dec. 29 Dallas 17. Chicago 13 Houston 17, New York Jets 10 Second Round Saturday, Jan. 4 Washington 24, Atlanta 7 Denver 26, Houston 24 Sunday, Jan. 5 Buffalo 37, Kansas City 14 Detroit 38, Dallas 6 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS Sunday, Jan. 12 Denver at Buflalo, 12:30 p.m. Detroit at Washington, 4 p.m. SUPER BOWL Sunday, Jan. 26 At Minneapolis AFC champion vs. NFC champion PRO BOWL Sunday, Feb. 2 At Honolulu AFC vs. NFC NBA Thursday's Games Cleveland 99, Washington 92 Charlotte 109, Sacramento 96 Atlanta 124, Dallas 108 Friday's Games Minnesota at Boston, 7:30 p.m. Milwaukee at New Jersey, 7:30 p.m, LA Clippers at Philadelphia, 7:30 p.m. Houston at Miami, 7:30 p.m. Portland at Detroit, 8 p.m. Utah at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. Seattle at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. Orlando at Phoenix, 9:30 p.m. Denver at LA Lakers, 10:30 p.m. San Antonio at Golden State, 10:30 p.m. Saturday's Games Atlanta at Indiana, 7:30 p.m. Boston at New York, 7:30 p.m. LA Clippers at Washington, 7:30 p.m. Portland at Charlotte, 7:30 p.m. Philadelphia at Cleveland, 7:30 p.m. New Jersey at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. Utah at Minnesota, 8 p.m, Miami at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. Seattle at Houston, 8:30 p.m. Sacramento at Milwaukee, 9 p.m, San Antonio at Denver, 9 p.m. Golden State at Phoenix, 9:30 p.m. Cass Girls Clobber Maconaquah BUNKER HILL — Strong play in the middle quarters helped Lewis Cass blow past Maconaquah. 44-23, Thursday night. The Kings outscored the Braves 27-9 in the second and third quarters. "It was truly an 11-player effort." Lewis Cass coach Steve Ford said. "Out of our 17 baskets. 12 came on assists. The girls were real patient and got the ball where we needed it." Area Roundup L. Woolever Scored 11 in Cass run in 2nd The Kings made 17 steals, led. by Kim an d 3rd periods Bruner's five, and committed only 12 turnovers. Kelly Hedrick had four assists. Kim Carver led the scoring with 15 points. Leslie Woolever added 11. all of which came during the second and third quarters. Lewis Cass (6-7, 2-1) travels to Carroll Thursday. Maconaquah (1-10, 0-3) is at Northwestern Monday. LEWIS CASS 44, MACONAQUAH 23 Lewis Cass 1 VV2 »~M Maoonaquah 6 7 i is— -u Lewis Cass — Monica Prather 2 0-0 4, Kim Bruner 0 0-0 0, Tizzie Timberlake 2 0-2 4, Michelle Bryan 00-10, Kelly Hedrick 21-26, Rachel Kames 0 0-0 0 Peggy Carden 1 0-2 2, Kim Carver 5 5-7 15. Leslie Woolever 51-211, Tricia Campbell 1 0-0 2, Susan Rush 0 0-0 0. Totals: 18 7-1 5 44. Maconaquah — Kimmi Craig 0 0-0 0, Shannon Alpaugh 0 0-0 C, Lisa Hunt 1 0-0 2, Carrie Kranz 2 24 8, Patricia Sparks 21-25, Debbie Engel 0 0-0 0, Holly Mills 0 0-4 0, Susan Fitzpatrick 02-42. Amy Finley 2 2-2 6. Melissa Bucher 1 0-0 2. Totals: 8 7-16 23. Three-point goal - Hedrick. Fouled out - Timberlake. Total fouls — Lewis Cass 15. Maconaquah ' JV: LEWIS CASS 30, MACONAQUAH 18 Berries Squash Tipton At Tipton. Logansport hammered the boards for the third straight game and got its third straight win, 56-37, Thursday. Rachacl Rudd led the Berries with 14 points and Amy Boonstra added 10. "I was very happy with their work on the boards," Logansport coach Mark Muehlhausen said. "They were once again very aggressive." Kim McDonald and Heidi Ruhl both added nine points for Logan. Logansporl led only 12-10 after the first quarter, but pulled away in the second quarter and led 30-19 at the break. Logansport lost the JV game, 3736, in overtime to Tipton. Logansport (7-5) travel to Kokomo tonight to take on the No.l Wildkats right before the boys' varsity game. The JV girls tipoff at 4:30 p.m. with the varsity girls and boys following. LOGANSPORT 56, TIPTON 37 Logansport 12WW2-SB Tipton 1" 913 5-37 Logansport — Kim McDonald 4 0-1 9, Amy Boonstra 4 2-510, Heidi Ruhl 09-14 9, Holli Ruhl 1 00 2, Tiffany Ulery 1 0-0 2, Jessica Davis 3 0-0 8, Racnae! Rudd 6 2-4 14, Jessica Spitznogle 1 0-0 2. Totals: 17 13-34 55. ' Tipton — Juday 2 2-4 B, Hudson 0 0-0 0. Clements 1 0-0 2, Freeman 2 4-6 8, Wisemiller 3 0-0 6, Havens 4 0-0 8, Richter 1 3-8 5, Brackens 01-21, Longfellow 0 1-21. Totals: 1311-22 37. Three-point goals — McDonald, Davis 2. Total fouis — Logansport 17, Tipton 22. Fouled out — Ho.Ruhl Vikings Drop Trojans At Francesville, Shelly Whitesel had 19 points to lead North White to a 59-41 win over West Central Thursday night. Donna Bossung added 11 points and Leslie Murphy had 10 for the Vikings. DeAnne Patton led the Trojans with 13 points. West Central (0-11,0-4) plays host to Pioneer Saturday morning beginning at 10 a.m. North White (9-4. 6-1) wraps up Midwest Conference play at Winamac Monday. NORTH WHITE 59, WEST CENTRAL 41 North White 13181117-59 West Central 101411 6 - 41 North White — Donna Bossung 43-311, Knsten Krintz 31-47. Shelly Whitesel 7 2-719, Leslie Murphy 5 0-1 10, Megan Stimmel 4 0-3 8, Gretchen Cutter 1 2-2 4. totals: 24 8-20 59. West Central — DeAnne Patton 3 6-9 13, Krista Whitrock 41-59, Elisa Risner 31-37, Kristy Risner 2 0-0 4, Melissa Clark 3 0-0 6, Laurie Meeley 1 0-0 2. Totals: 16 8-17 41. Three-point goals - Whitesei 3, Patton. Rebounds — North White 22, West Central 23. Fouled out — E. Risner. K. Risner. Total fouls — North White 19, West Central 19. JV: NORTH WHITE 45, WEST CENTRAL 28 Cass Splashes Eastern At Greentown, Lewis Cass cruised to its sixth win of the season by winning every event in a 139-46 whipping of Eastern Thursday. Double winners for Cass were Maurcio Rivera (200 freestyle and 100 butterfly) and Matt Hopper (50 and 100 freestyle). Also capturins firsts for the Kings were Brad Bennett (200 IM), Spencer Giles (diving), Brandon Sheddron (500 freestyle), Jared Stephenson (100 back) and Neil White (100 breast). Lewis Cass (6-1) is at Twin Lakes Thursday. LEWIS CASS 139, EASTERN 46 200 medley relay — 1. Lewis Cass 1:53.79 (Jared Stephenson, Neil White, Maurcio Rivera, Matt Hocoer) 2. Lewis Cass, 3. Eastern 200 freestyle —-1. Rivera (LC) 1:57.68, 2. Brandon Sheddron (LC), 3. Parsons (E) 200 individual medley — 1. Brad Bennett (LC) 2-24 04,2. White (LC), 3. Darren Brovent (E) 50 Ireestyle - 1. Hopper (LC) :24.3. 2. Brian Thomas (LC), 3. Andy Eschelman (LC) . Diving -1. Spencer Giles (LC) 125.25,2. Kevin Gray (LC), 3. L.J. Hill (E) 100 butterfly — 1. Rivera (LC) :59.51,2. Matt Myers (E) 3. Brad McManus (LC) 100 freestyle - 1. Hopper (LC) :53.34, 2. Thomas (LC). 3. Eschelman (LC) 500 freestyle - 1. B.Sheddron (LC) 5:46.30. 2. Shawn McCrae (LC), 3. Andrew Crockett (E) 200 freestyle relay — i. Lewis Cass 1:43.02 (Bennett Thomas, Eschelman, B.Sheddron), 2. Eastern 3 Lewis Cass 2:06.46 (freshman record —Chris Bowser, McManus, Stan Shoaff, Sean Renner) 100 backstroke — 1. Siephenson (LC) 1:06.31, 2. Shawn Sheddron (LC). 3. Ryan Bartrum & 100 breaststroke - 1. White (LC) 1:12.37, 2. Recker (E), 3. Bowser (LC) 400 Ireestyle relay - 1. Lewis Cass 3:45.47 (Thomas, B.Sheddron, Rivera, Hopper), 2. Lewis Cass, 3. Eastern Zebras Down Kings At Walton, Lewis Cass won six of the 13 weight classes, but still fell to Rochester 40-28 Thursday. Winners for the Kings were: Matt Sutton (103), Dave Vernon (112), Chris Link (145), Bob Hulsey (160) and Mike Welch (171). Lewis Cass won the JV match, 2418, over the Zebras. Reserve winners were: Matt Gillum (.152), Eric Isenburg (152), Jamie Clevinger (189) and Steve Miller (heavyweight). Lewis Cass (8-5) hosts Winamac Monday. ROCHESTER 40, LEWIS CASS 28 103 - Matt Sutton (LC) del. Lee Halloway, 11-7 112 — Dave Vernon (LC) pinned Cory Brandenburg, 1'54 119 _ Wayne Krum (R) del. Nate Burrous. 8-0 125 — Jeremy Kelly (R) pinned Ryan Kessler, 2:16 130 — Jason Murray (LC) won by forfeit 135 — Ben Hoover (R) pinned Walt Kessler, 2:39 UO — Doug Showley (R) pinned Paul Bowser. 1:44 145 — Chris Link (LC) def. Jason Swango, 6-1 ! 52 — Greg Hamilton (R) def. Dave Foster, DQ 160 — Bob Hulsey (LC) pinned Roger Clevinger, 1:01 171 — Mike Welch (LC) def. Brian Osbome, 16-6 189 — Damon Hummel (R) pinned Dave Looker, 1:59 Hwt — Larry Hammer (R) pinned Scott Carden, 1:25 Costello, Marks Lead Logan JV Wrestlers At Kokomo Wednesday night. Dane Costello (140 pounds) and Seth Marks (189) each had three pins for the Logansport junior varsity wrestling team in a triple dual. Also getting pins for Logansport were Jack Delp (heavyweight), Bill Robbins (119) and Jon Sera (135). For Lewis Cass, Andy Whitman (125) and Tom Moore (130) had pins in the match against Logansport. LOGANSPORT 40, LEWIS CASS 33 103 - Chris Purcell (L) def. Matt Sutton, 11-0 112 — Josh Rozzi (L) def. Damon Spradlin. 12-0 119 — Bill Robbins (L) pinned Jason Looker, 1:17 125 — Andy Whitman (LC) pinned Tom Ott, :32 130 — Tom Moore (LC) pinned Shawn Maple, :48 135 — Jon Sera (L) pinned Sean Southern, 5:00 140 — Dane Costello (L) pinned Eric Sinn, 4:37 145 _ Andrew Lee (LC) won by forfeit 152 — Eric Isenburg (LC) won by forfeit 160 — Kelly Yaakley (LC) won by forfeit !71 _ Mike Welch (LC) def. Josh Knight, 11-6 189 — Seth Marks (L) pinned Jamie Clevinger, 3:13 Hwt — Jack Delp (L) pinned Steve Miller, 1:21 LOGANSPORT 54, KOKOMO 24 103 — Purceii (L) won by forfeit 112 — Rozzi (L) won by forfeit 119 — Robbins (L) won by forfeit 125 —Ott (L) won by forfeit 130 — Maple (L) won by forfeit 135 —Sera (L) won by forfeit 140 — Costello (L) pinned Shelby. 5:20 145 — Moreland (K) won by forfeit 152 —Miller (K) won by forfeit 160 — Cothern (K) won by forfeit 171 _ McNew (K) pinned Knight, 3:53 189 - Marks (L) pinned Kelly, 2:45 Hwt — Delp (L) pinned Calvin, 5:43 ELWOOD 37, LOGANSPORT 27 103 — Robinson (E) del. Kevin Letter!, 7-2 112-Rozzi (L) won by forfeit 119 - Miller (E) pinned Jason Wissel (L), :19 125 — Stansberry (E) pinned Ott, 1:29 130 — Beckel (E) def. Maple. 16-5 135 — Sera (L) pinned Hobbs, 1:30 140 — Costello (L) pinned Sullivan, 1:30 145 —Double forfeit 152—Justus (E) won by forfeit 160 — Boston (E) won by forfeit 171—Knight (L) def. Briles, 3-2 189 - Marks (L) pinned Uehikiie, :58 Hwt - Heedley (E) pinned Delp, 2:47 Correction Third time is said to be a charm. Well, let's hope so. Because of errors, here is the JV box from the Logansport-Peru girls game for the third (and final) time. JV: LOGANSPORT 40, PERU 11 Peru — Shannon Conklin 6, Ingn'd Newhouse 2, GinaGarrettS. •Logansport - Lewellen 14. Angie Trfus 6, Ellen Winekauf 2, Gaby 2. Robins 14, Long 2. Irish Rally For Second Straight Win _ ^r .1 i _ _ j r--^ r „ 'C«HA (A **\ PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Notre Dame wiped out a 15- point deficit in the second half and defeated La Salle 87-79 as Elmer Bennett scored 22 points. He had two in the first half which ended with La 5>alle in front 38-28. Notre Dame (3-5), playing the fifth game of a nine- game road trip, trailed 48-33 with 17:30 to play Thursday night. The Irish then scored 13 straight points, seven by Bennett, to trail 48-46 with 14:01 remaining. After Bron Holland scored for La Salle (4-5). Bennett hit a 3-pointer and Billy Taylor made two free throws to give Notre Dame a 51-50 edge. La Salle had its last lead of the game, 67-66, on a driving layup by Randy Woods with 5:18 to go. Notre Dame then went on a 14-5 run, capped by two free throws by Bennett, to take an 80-72 advantage with 1:57 remaining. Daimon Sweet scored 19 points for the Irish, and LaPhonso Ellis added 17 points plus 15 rebounds.