Bremen Sports: WEEK IN REVIEW (1-25 to 1-29)

BASKETBALL:

MARIAN 71, BREMEN 34:              At Bremen

On Tuesday,tIt was too much Mishawaka Marian's Jair Rogers who finished with 21 points in route to a 71-34 win for the Knights.  Offense was hard to come by all night long for the Lions shooting in the low 30's by nights end.

MARIAN (71): Jake Whitfield 15, Mike Hemingway 7, Anthony Blum 13, Zach Lattimer 6, Jair Rodgers 21, Kyle Sumner 2, Daniel Schafer 0, Adam Cseh 0, Robbie Sink 2, Coley Quinn 0, Matt Barnard 5, R.J. Decker 0. TOTALS: 27 11-17 71.

BREMEN (34): Evan Martin 2, Zach Burkholder 2, Grant Klockow 4, Bryce Cassel 3, Chandler Snyder 3, Ryan Topper 8, Brett Louderback 0, Justin Baker 6, Cole George 0, Jacob Strehler 6. TOTALS: 14 4-10 34.

Marian 19 37 55 71
Bremen 7 13 22 34

3-point baskets: Marian 6 (Whitfield, Hemingway, Lattimer, Rodgers 2), Bremen 2 (Cassel, Snyder);        Total fouls (fouled out): Marian 7 (none), Bremen 15 (none).

BI-COUNTY HONORS

Chelsea Huppert and Ben Nick were nominated for the prestigious W.B. Hawkins Award in association with the Teachers Credit Union Bi-County Basketball Tournament.  Chelsea, Ben and their parents were presented to a full house during Saturday’s championship games at LaVille High School along with two representatives from each of the other seven participating schools.  Nominees were recognized for academic achievement, teamwork, competitiveness, sportsmanship, ethical behavior, community service, extra-curricular activities and leadership both on and off the court.  Ben Nick was selected as the male recipient of the 2016 W.B. Hawkins Award and will receive a $1000 scholarship from TCU.  Congratulations Ben and Chelsea and thanks for representing BHS!

Nick - Huppert

Former Bremen W.B.Hawkins Award winners from Bremen include Adrianne Bollenbacher (’04), Chad Miller (’05), Eric Zeltwanger (’08), Renee Zeltwanger (’08), Chris Hueni (’09), Casey Hueni (’10) and Sara Slabaugh (’14).

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

The Bremen Lady Lions fell to Mishawaka  Marian 45-35.   A slow start to the second half proved to be the difference in the loss.   Bremen drops to 9-12 (3-8 NIC) and faces Jimtown Friday night.

 

MARIAN (45): Mikiya Roby 7, Savanna Denning 12, Elizabeth Priller 8, Greta Meixel 15, Meghan Christianson 3. TOTALS: 16 7-8 45.

BREMEN (35): Alexis Jennings 11, Micaela Box 6, Chelsea Huppert 8, Karlee Feldman 10. TOTALS: 11 13-17 35.

Marian 7 18 34 45
Bremen 8 13 22 35

 

 

WRESTLING

The Lions went 4-1 and finished in 2nd Place today at the Bremen Superdual.

W – Bremen 42 SB Adams 33
W – Bremen 66 Northwestern 15
L – Bremen 24 Jimtown 54
W – Bremen 45 New Prairie 30
W – Bremen 63 North White 12

The final dual season ends and the Lions finish with a season record of 19-12. Sectional week is upon us! State tournament preparation begins now! Action at the Plymouth Sectional starts at 9am on Saturday!!