Patricia A. 'Pat' Caldwell

Patricia A. “Pat” Caldwell, 54, of Loon Lake, IN, and formerly of Andrews, IN, died Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017, at 6:37 a.m. at her home.

Ms. Caldwell lived in Huntington and Fort Wayne, moving to Loon Lake to live with her mother six months ago. She was employed at various factories, and last worked at WalMart in Huntington.

In 1975 her family moved to Andrews. She graduated from Huntington North High School.

Harry W. Hicks

Harry W. Hicks, 80, of Warren, IN, died early Friday morning, Oct. 20, 2017, at Rescare Homecare in Churubusco, IN.

Mr. Hicks helped on his family farm for most of his life. He cmpeted in the Special Olympics.

He was born July 2, 1937, in Wabash County to David W. Sr. and Thelma Pace Hicks

Survivors include two sisters, Maud Nuss and Deanna (Don) Gray, both of Warren, and a brother, David L. (Louise) Hicks, of Warren.

Fall Festival


Photo by Rebecca Sandlin.

Abella Johnson (left), 3, and Betty Osmun, both of Huntington, pet a rabbit at the petting zoo at the Fall  Festival at Christian LIfe Tabernacle on Saturday, Oct. 21.

 

Oktoberfest at library


Photo by Rebecca Sandlin.

Ruth Tackett (left), of Huntington, gets some sausage and sauerkraut, served by voluntteer Aaliyah Stephens, a the Oktoberfest celebration at the Huntington Branch of the Huntington City-Tonwship Public LIbrary on Saturday, Oct. 21.

HU harriers 19th at NAIA Great Lakes Challenge

The Huntington University men’s cross country team placed 19th out of 24 teams competing at the NAIA Great Lakes Challenge on Saturday, Oct. 21, at Aquinas College.

Adrien Gentie led the way for HU by finishing 64th out of 285 runners in 27:04 over the 8K course. Elijah Chesterman placed 91st in 27:50, Kevin Moser was 114th in 28:37 and Kody Ahrens and Zach McIntyre finished 130th and 131st, respectively, in 29:32 and 29:40.

HU only had four women in the race and therefore did not score as a team.

Knispel & Co. down Bethel

Huntington University midfielder Audra Klopfenstein charges downfield with the ball during the Foresters' 3-1 win over visiting Bethel at King Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 21.
Photo by Steve Clark.

Matea Knispel continued her assault on opposing nets and got help from a pair of teammates as the Huntington University women’s soccer team downed visiting Bethel, 3-1, on Saturday, Oct. 21.

Jaime Calvin scored the only goal of the first half to give HU, 8-7-1, a halftime lead, then she fed Knispel for her 16th goal of the campaign to put HU up by two a the 62:51 mark. Although Bethel got on the board less than a minute later, sophomore Hannah Williams, a Huntington North product, iced the contest with her first collegiate goal at the 85:27 mark.

Forester booters let early lead slip away

The Huntington University men’s soccer team let an early lead slip away and wound up a 3-1 loser to host Bethel College on Saturday, Oct. 21.

HU freshman Jake Erlandson gave the Foresters, 7-4-4, the early lead when he blasted a free kick into the Bethel net following a Bethel foul at the 21:40 mark, but the Pilots came back for two scores before the half to take a 2-1 lead. The Pilots grabbed an insurance goal at the 79:11 mark to bring the game to its scoring conclusion.

Lady Vike Scheiber heading to state cross country meet

Huntington North freshman Hanna Whitney drives forward at the New Haven Girls' Cross Country Semi-state on Saturday, Oct., 21, at The Plex, in Fort Wayne.
Photo by Steve Clark.

Huntington North High School senior Chloe Scheiber punched her own ticket to the state cross country meet next week with a 10th place overall finish at the New Haven Girls’ Cross County Semi-state on Saturday, Oct. 21, at The Plex, in Fort Wayne.

Scheiber crossed the finish line in 19:08.32 to claim 10th place overall and seventh among team competitors, giving her one of the 10 spots given to the top finishers whose teams did not advance to state, as the Lady Vikings placed 11th as a team.

Viking harriers ninth at semi-state

Huntington North senior Aaron Hendryx competes Saturday, Oct. 21, at the New Haven Boys' Cross Country Semi-state at The Plex, in Fort Wayne.
Photo by Steve Clark.

The season ended quietly for the Huntington North High School boys’ varsity cross country team with a ninth place finish Saturday, Oct. 21, at the New Haven Boys’ Cross County Semi-state at The Plex, in Fort Wayne.

Despite going in to the race as one of the four regional champions, the Vikings didn’t get close to the top six team finish needed to advance to next week’s state meet. Their score of 216 points was 37 off the score of 179 posted by Pendleton Heights to grab the final qualifying spot.

Harry Hicks

Harry Hicks, 80, of Warren, IN, died Friday, Oct. 20, 2017.

Funeral arrangements are pending at Glancy-H. Brown and Son Funeral Home, Warren.

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