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Stories from Monday, January 16, 2006

With Liz Bondi scoring a career-high 32 points, the DePauw women's basketball won its 14th straight game on Sunday, defeating Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference foe Sewanee, 106-66 (01/16/06)
With Liz Bondi scoring a career-high 32 points, the DePauw women's basketball won its 14th straight game on Sunday, defeating Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference foe Sewanee, 106-66. Bondi shot 14-of 17 from the field Saturday, helping the Tigers move to 5-0 in the SCAC...
With only one minute remaining in the third quarter Friday, it appeared Greencastle was cruising to an easy victory over host South Putnam (01/16/06)
With only one minute remaining in the third quarter Friday, it appeared Greencastle was cruising to an easy victory over host South Putnam. Cal Gard hit a three-pointer from Michael Richardson, and the Tiger Cubs held their largest lead at 19 points...
Debbie Steffy is developing a legacy at South Putnam High School (01/16/06)
Debbie Steffy is developing a legacy at South Putnam High School. She was honored Friday as the District 1 Girls' Basketball Coach of the Year, as voted by her fellow coaches. Steffy was presented the award Friday following South Putnam's 38-30 win over Greencastle at South Putnam...
MONROVIA -- Friday's game with Monrovia didn't go the way NPHS Coach Kevin Smith had hoped it would (01/16/06)
MONROVIA -- Friday's game with Monrovia didn't go the way NPHS Coach Kevin Smith had hoped it would. The North Putnam High School girls' basketball team dropped its second West Central Conference game, 68-35, to Monrovia Friday, putting them at 0-2 in the WCC and 3-10 overall...
CLAYTON--Cloverdale's shooters went deep-freeze cold midway through the fourth quarter Friday, sending the Clovers into a tailspin that sent them down to a 54-50 loss to Cascade in a West Central Conference boys game on the Cadets' court (01/16/06)
CLAYTON--Cloverdale's shooters went deep-freeze cold midway through the fourth quarter Friday, sending the Clovers into a tailspin that sent them down to a 54-50 loss to Cascade in a West Central Conference boys game on the Cadets' court. Cloverdale (6-3, 1-1 WCC) had sizzled in the third period and early in...
MONROVIA -- With seconds left on the clock, Riley McGaughey pulled up from behind the three-point line -- swoosh, nothing but net and the North Putnam High School boys' basketball team moved on to win, 62-59, Friday over West Central Conference foe M (01/16/06)
MONROVIA -- With seconds left on the clock, Riley McGaughey pulled up from behind the three-point line -- swoosh, nothing but net and the North Putnam High School boys' basketball team moved on to win, 62-59, Friday over West Central Conference foe Monrovia...
CLAYTON--Cloverdale's girls played Cascade close in a nonconference game on Dec (01/16/06)
CLAYTON--Cloverdale's girls played Cascade close in a nonconference game on Dec. 30, but the Clovers didn't come anywhere near beating the Cadets in the West Central Conference rematch Friday. Cascade (7-8, 3-1 WCC) marched off to a convincing 56-32 victory in the...
SPEEDWAY -- The South Putnam wrestling team swept the Speedway Invitational Saturday, winning five matches on the day (01/16/06)
SPEEDWAY -- The South Putnam wrestling team swept the Speedway Invitational Saturday, winning five matches on the day. South Putnam defeated Lutheran, 75-0, Guerin, 72-9, Monrovia, 51-23, Speedway, 61-18 and Cloverdale 63-15. Antonio Hernandez, Bo Jackson, Jon Parker and Josh Sanders were all 5-0 in the meet, while Brandon Vaughn, Seth Green, Eric Hunter, Jacob Parrish and Joe Snellenberger all won four matches...
The DePauw University men's basketball team fell to 5-9 Friday night in a 90-88 double-overtime loss to conference rival Centre College (9-4) (01/16/06)
The DePauw University men's basketball team fell to 5-9 Friday night in a 90-88 double-overtime loss to conference rival Centre College (9-4). The loss ends a 3-0 home record for the Tigers and marks the fifth straight defeat suffered at the hands of the Colonels, bringing the all-time series record to 24-9 in favor of DePauw...
FOUNTAIN CENTRAL -- One night after making a game winning play, Riley McGaughey and Jake Mullis struck again (01/16/06)
FOUNTAIN CENTRAL -- One night after making a game winning play, Riley McGaughey and Jake Mullis struck again. The Cougars knocked off the Fountain Central Mustangs, 62-56, after McGaughey hit a game-tying three-pointer with a pass from Mullis to send the Cougars into overtime with the Fountain Central Mustangs Saturday. Jake Mullis sealed the deal, going six-for-six from the foul-line earning the Cougars their fourth straight win...
The DePauw men's basketball team moved one step closer to a winning record Sunday, knocking off Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference foe Sewanee, 100-81 (01/16/06)
The DePauw men's basketball team moved one step closer to a winning record Sunday, knocking off Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference foe Sewanee, 100-81. The Tigers moved to 6-9 on the season and 1-4 in the SCAC. DePauw trailed briefly in the first half at 11-9, but scored eight straight unanswered points and never trailed again on its way to a 56-45 lead at the break...
CLINTON -- The Cloverdale girls' basketball team improved its record to 7-8 on the season, defeating South Vermillion, 51-43, on Saturday (01/16/06)
CLINTON -- The Cloverdale girls' basketball team improved its record to 7-8 on the season, defeating South Vermillion, 51-43, on Saturday. Hannah Monnett led the Clovers with 18 points on five five goals, including four three pointers. "She did a really nice job defensively again," Cloverdale Coach Bruce Cook said. "She looked to shoot a little bit more than she had been."...
Cloverdale coach Pat Rady switched defenses at the start of the second half against Southmont on Saturday and the Clovers executed it with tenacity and skill (01/16/06)
Cloverdale coach Pat Rady switched defenses at the start of the second half against Southmont on Saturday and the Clovers executed it with tenacity and skill. The result was Cloverdale's boys holding the Mounties to five points in a decisive third period that spurred them to a 68-55 non-conference victory on the Clovers' court...
Danville -- Greencastle coach Troy Greenlee went into Saturday's contest at Danville hoping the victory at South Putnam on Friday would be a springboard for the Tiger Cubs (01/16/06)
Danville -- Greencastle coach Troy Greenlee went into Saturday's contest at Danville hoping the victory at South Putnam on Friday would be a springboard for the Tiger Cubs. He was sorely disappointed after Danville's Warriors overwhelmed the Tiger Cubs 76-54 in the non-conference high school boys' basketball game...
Artie Mildred Mercer (01/16/06)
Aug. 3, 1913-Jan. 13, 2006 Artie Mildred Mercer, 92, Greencastle, died Friday at Putnam County Hospital. Born in Eubanks, Ky., she was the daughter of George C. and Roxanna (Eastham) Gifford. She resided most of her life in Spiceland and New Castle until she moved to Greencastle in 2002...
Estelle Murray (01/16/06)
June 3, 1911-Jan. 14, 2006 Estelle E. Murray, 94, Greenwood, died Saturday. Born in Washington, Ind., she was the daughter of Edward and Mary (Fanning) O'Connor. She was a member of Our Lady of the Greenwood Catholic Church. She married Nelson Earl Murray on April 29, 1935. He preceded her in death...
Ruby M. Hall (01/16/06)
March 12, 1922-Jan. 14, 2006 Ruby M. Hall, 83, Reelsville, died Saturday at Healthcare Center in Sheridan. Born in Jasonville, she was the daughter of Thomas B. and Minnie (Swaggerty) Hall. She had worked for 34 years as a group leader at RCA in Indianapolis...
Sarah Christian (01/16/06)
July 15, 1914-Jan. 12, 2006 Sarah "Sally" E. Christian, 91, Cloverdale, died Thursday. Born in Talladega, Ala., she was a member of New Providence Baptist Church and Farm Girls Sunshine Club. Her husband, Shadrach N. Christian, preceded her in death...
Tim Wilson (01/16/06)
Tim E. Wilson, 41, Greencastle, died Thursday. A graduate of Danville High School, he was formerly employed by T.E. Scott in Avon. Surviving are his wife, Charlotte A. Wilson; his mother, Lisa Mullins; two sisters, Regina Wilson and Edgwenna Wilson; stepson Justin Purdue and wife Brandy; and two stepgrandchildren, nieces and other relatives...