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Stories from Monday, January 23, 2006

Greencastle's girls emerged from overtime with a hard-fought 41-39 victory over Cascade in a West Central Conference basketball game Friday at the McAnally Center (01/23/06)
Greencastle's girls emerged from overtime with a hard-fought 41-39 victory over Cascade in a West Central Conference basketball game Friday at the McAnally Center. "It's huge for us," Greencastle Coach Glen Hile said. "Cascade is a good team. We've felt like we've beaten the teams we should have this year, but...
The Greencastle girls' varsity basketball team lost to Turkey Run Saturday, 44-35 (01/23/06)
The Greencastle girls' varsity basketball team lost to Turkey Run Saturday, 44-35. The Tiger Cubs held a 17-16 halftime advantage, before giving up 28 second half points to the Warriors. "Turkey Run hit big shots down the stretch. We didn't ," Greencastle Coach Glenn Hile said. "We didn't shoot well or execute our offense."...
The Clovers started out strong, but nearly gave it up (01/23/06)
The Clovers started out strong, but nearly gave it up. The Cloverdale High School boys' basketball team defeated North Putnam, 68-55, ending the Cougars four-game winning streak. "It was team win tonight," CHS Coach Pat Rady said following the Clovers win. "To come back and win two county games is tough because this county is so well balanced and North Putnam is tough,"...
On the road, The DePauw men's basketball team suffered an 89-83 loss at Millsaps Friday, but responded by defeating Oglethorpe Sunday, 92-77 (01/23/06)
On the road, The DePauw men's basketball team suffered an 89-83 loss at Millsaps Friday, but responded by defeating Oglethorpe Sunday, 92-77. On Friday, Mike Moore led the Tigers with 20 points on 6-of-8 shooting, while Alex Stewart and Stephen Schott each scored 14 points...
Kelsey Murtagh set a school record and both Greencastle swim teams cruised to another victory (01/23/06)
Kelsey Murtagh set a school record and both Greencastle swim teams cruised to another victory. The girls' team won 135-45 and the boys' won 136-46 over the visiting Southmont Mounties in a make up swim meet Saturday. Murtagh led the girls' team with two wins including her recording setting time in the 100-yard backstroke. She won the event with a time of 1:02.29 and won the 50-yard Freestyle with a time of 26.06...
Greencastle's boys took control early and never relented to defeat Cascade, 58-50, Friday in a West Central Conference basketball game at the McAnally Center (01/23/06)
Greencastle's boys took control early and never relented to defeat Cascade, 58-50, Friday in a West Central Conference basketball game at the McAnally Center. It was the most impressive triumph of the season for Coach Troy Greenlee's team (6-8, 2-2 WCC), the first conference loss for the Cadets (8-6, 4-1)...
MONROVIA -- South Putnam boys' basketball Coach Kyle Brewer can breathe a little easier today (01/23/06)
MONROVIA -- South Putnam boys' basketball Coach Kyle Brewer can breathe a little easier today. After suffering a heartbreaking loss to Greencastle last Friday, the Eagles bounced back defeating Monrovia in convincing fashion Friday, 79-45. "It feels really good to have a win where everybody gets to contribute in some way," Brewer said. "I felt like our guys came the closest thus far in our season to putting together 32 minutes of physical and mental play."...
MONROVIA -- Despite Jessica Canary scoring 21 points, grabbing 11 rebounds and dishing out four assists, the South Putnam girls' basketball lost to a strong Monrovia team Friday, 45-39 (01/23/06)
MONROVIA -- Despite Jessica Canary scoring 21 points, grabbing 11 rebounds and dishing out four assists, the South Putnam girls' basketball lost to a strong Monrovia team Friday, 45-39. "I thought Monrovia came out and they had a game plan," South Putnam Coach Debbie Steffy said. "They wanted to take Canary out of the ball game. I just felt like we had trouble finding other people to score for us tonight."...
CHALMERS -- The Cloverdale boys' basketball team won its fourth straight game of the season Saturday, defeating Frontier, 61-37 (01/23/06)
CHALMERS -- The Cloverdale boys' basketball team won its fourth straight game of the season Saturday, defeating Frontier, 61-37. Chase Haltom led the Clovers with 15 points, while Michael Neese scored 13 points and Kyle McCammon added 11. The Clovers came out and outscored the Falcons 18-6 in the opening period, and followed with an 18-10 advantage in the second quarter, taking a commanding 36-16 lead into halftime...
What started out to be a slow game, turned out to be a nail biter (01/23/06)
What started out to be a slow game, turned out to be a nail biter. The North Putnam High School girls' basketball team snapped its three-game losing streak Friday with a one-point, 59-58, win over West Central Conference foe Cloverdale. The Cougars struggled with the Clovers all night long, until the last few seconds of the game...
Saturday night, the South Putnam Eagles boys' basketball team hosted potential sectional opponent, the Tri-West Bruins, hoping to keep the momentum gained from a decisive 79-45 victory on Friday over West Central Conference foe Monrovia (01/23/06)
Saturday night, the South Putnam Eagles boys' basketball team hosted potential sectional opponent, the Tri-West Bruins, hoping to keep the momentum gained from a decisive 79-45 victory on Friday over West Central Conference foe Monrovia. Tri-West entered the game with a 9-2 record and had soundly defeated Speedway on Friday night...
Upsets were made, perfect records were maintained and a first time West Central Conference champion was crowned Saturday at Cloverdale (01/23/06)
Upsets were made, perfect records were maintained and a first time West Central Conference champion was crowned Saturday at Cloverdale. The South Putnam High School wrestling team won its first WCC championship at the WCC meet in Cloverdale and it was well earned victory...
Jack Myers Moore, 80, Brooklyn, died Friday at Morgan Hospital and Medical Center, Martinsville. (01/23/06)
Born in Greencastle, he was the son of Algan and Marie (Myers) Moore. He married Delores Jean (Argadine) Moore in 1949, and she survives. A U.S. Army veteran of World War II, he was a curator for the Indiana State Museum for 25 years before retiring in 1996. Previously he had worked as a designer for J.C. Penny for five years and also owned J.M.M. Design Sign Shop for 30 years...
Cynthia L. Denham, 46, Indianapolis, died Jan. 19. (01/23/06)
She was born in Greencastle. Surviving are her mother, Donna L. Abrams; sister Jana Birtchman; and brothers Terry and Gary Twomey. She was preceded in death by her father, Donald L. Twomey. Memorial visitation was conducted Monday at Shirley Brothers Washington Memorial Chapel, Indianapolis...
Rev. Carl C. Hansen, 88, Cloverdale, died Saturday at Putnam County Hospital. (01/23/06)
Born in Toledo, Ohio, he was the son of Carl Christian and Anna Christina (Neilson) Hansen. He was a retired minister with the Cloverdale Church of the Nazarene and had also served at State Line, Logansport and Bicknell. He was a member of Cloverdale Church of the Nazarene...
Wilma J. Harris, 79, Greencastle, died Saturday. (01/23/06)
Born in Greencastle, she was the daughter of William and Lucy (Vanhook) Hold. A lifelong resident of Greencastle, she was a graduate of Greencastle High School and an active member of First Baptist Church, a member of Order of Eastern Star and the Democrat Women's Club...
Rosemary Priest, 80, Roachdale, died Saturday at St. Clare Medical Center, Crawfordsville. (01/23/06)
Born in Indianapolis, she was the daughter of Charles P. and Marie (Galbreath) Rady. She was retired as secretary at North Putnam School Corp. She was a 1943 graduate of Roachdale High School, and a member of Roachdale VFW Ladies Auxiliary and Roachdale Christian Church...
Barbara Joan Irwin, 74, Greencastle, died Thursday at Putnam County Hospital. (01/23/06)
Born in Putnam County, she was the daughter of Charles S. and Elizabeth (Varvel) Shaner. She married Donald Irwin on Jan. 15, 1949. He survives. She worked at Central Bank for many years before retiring. She was a member of the Knightsville Church of Christ, and the Hospital Guild...