Following through

Photo by Matt Murphy.

Lady Viking bowler Leslie Love follows through on her shot at the Huntington North High School girls' bowling team meet with Blackford and Bluffton currently going on now, on Saturday, Nov. 21.

The TAB will post results after the meet when they become available.


Sending it onward

Photo by Matt Murphy.

Viking Tyler Carroll sends the ball down the lane during the Huntington North High School boys' bowling team match at Oak Lanes on Saturday, Nov. 21. The Vikings are currently competing in a four-way meet with Bellmont, Blackford and Bluffton.

The TAB will post the results when they become available after the meet.


Thanksgiving helpers

Photo by Cindy Klepper.

Volunteer Don Adkins hands out a packaged Thanksgiving dinner to a waiting delivery crew Saturday, Nov. 21, at Miller's Pub in Andrews. A group of loosely-organized volunteers, calling themselves the Andrews Community Helpers, prepared about 150 Thanksgiving dinners that were delivered to shut-ins and anyone in need in the Andrews area. This is the eighth year for the project. The number of meals prepared and delivered this year almost doubled from last year, when 85 meals were sent out. Nine turkeys, three hams and all the trimmings were prepared for the meals.

Moses drops in 40 to lead Oak Hill past Lady Vikings

HNHS guard Cora Frame takes some contact on this drive to the hoop during the Lady Vikings game against visiting Oak Hill on Friday, Nov. 20. Frame was injured on the play and did not return to the court as the Lady Vikings lost, 54-49.
Photo by Jessica Williams.

Courtney Moses dropped in 40 points on Friday, Nov. 20, to lead visiting Oak Hill to a 54-49 victory over the Huntington North High School girls' basketball team.

The Lady Eagles' star hit 13 of 23 shots from the field, including 8 of 14 from 3-point range, to send the Lady Vikings to their third straight defeat to start the season. She even had four of her team's six assists for the contest.

HU men's hoop team beats Northwestern Ohio

Tyler Shivley scored 23 points to secure a 74-68 win for the Huntington University men's basketball team against host University of Northwestern Ohio on Thursday, Nov. 19.

Although Huntington outscored UNO by the end of both halves, the Foresters struggled in the first half, being down by 20 points, 33-13, with eight minutes to go. At that point, however, Shively, Kellen Zawadzki and Luke Smith pulled it together to go on a 28-6 run to finish out the first half with a 41-39 lead.

Crestview girls sweep Salamonie on hardwood

Josie Beaver scored eight points to be the game leader for Crestview in a 28-15 win over Salamonie on Thursday, Nov. 19.

In addition to Beaver, Jessie Drew and Cailey Baker each had six points and Maria Scott had five points.

Thursday's game brought the eighth-graders to a 3-0 record.
Crestview's seventh grade girls' basketball team dominated Salamonie 38-18.

Corine Tester had 15 points and Tori Rice had nine points.

The seventh-graders also have a 3-0 record on the season.

Both teams will travel to Marion McCulloch on Monday, Nov. 30.

Riverview girls' basketball teams split with Indian Springs

Jessie Earhart scored 14 points to lead the Riverview Middle School eighth grade girls' basketball team to a 29-22 victory over Indian Springs on Wednesday, Nov. 18.

In addition to Earhart, Alyssa Hiple had six points and Lindsay Foster had five points.

The seventh grade girls' basketball team at Riverview lost to Indian Springs 58-12.

Tasha Grover, Maddi Kennedy and Hunter Graft each had four points.


Crestview girls' basketball teams beat up on Marion Justice

The Crestview Middle School eighth grade girls' basketball team soundly defeated Marion Justice 32-16 on Wednesday, Nov. 18.

Jessie Drew was the game leader for Crestview with 16 points, seven rebounds and six steals. Cailey Baker had eight points, and Erin Rethlake had two points, seven steals and five rebounds.

The Crestview Middle School seventh grade girls' basketball team also took home a victory against Marion Justice, winning 24-15.

Corine Tester had 10 points for the Cougars, and Monica Minton had six points.

Both Crestview teams are now 2-0.

Crestview boys' basketball teams fall to Marion Justice

The Crestview Middle School eighth grade boys' basketball team fell to Marion Justice 38-25 on Wednesday, Nov. 18.

Charleston Dydasco led Crestview with nine points, Kyle Platt had seven points and seven rebounds and Matt Horn had six points.

Crestview's seventh grade boys' basketball team was edged by Marion Justice 33-31.

Jordon Seabolt took 13 points to lead the Crestview team, followed by Caleb Landrum with 11 and Parker Brundige with four.

Both teams, now 0-1, travel to Manchester on Dec. 1.


Eagles' elementary, junior high hoop teams win

The Huntington Eagles' elementary (age 12 and under) and junior high (age 14 and under) basketball teams met Bethlehem Lutheran in Ossian on Tuesday, Nov. 17.

Trey Frank had 12 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Eagles' junior high team to a 46-24 victory over Bethlehem.

Brooks Hitzfield added 10 points, Chris Lieffers had 10 points and eight rebounds and Clay Sickafoose had eight points and four assists.

The Eagles' elementary team also defeated Bethlehem 35-14.


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