New Haven Girls Varsity Basketball beat Adams Central High School 47-23
New Haven (3-7) was led by Sam Saalfrank’s 11 points while KaNiah Creech added nine points and seven rebounds.
New Haven Boys struggled in the first half and were lucky to only be down 12. The New Haven Boys fought back and we’re lead by Junior guard Marqis Stevenson scoring a career high 24 points, Adam Westrick and Brayton Rudolph each scoring 15 points. Great job!!! Next game, this Saturday at home vs. Leo.
Three Bulldogs Named to The IFCA All State Football Team
Adam Hoffer, J’Keveous Hampton, and Travis Crowe were each selected to the Indiana Football Coaches Association senior All-State football team. Hampton, a two-time all Northeast Indiana Conference 1st Team selection made the team as an offensive lineman. Crowe, who made it onto the New Haven High School football record book by recording 10 career interceptions, was named to the all state team as a defensive back. Adam Hoffer, who broke the record for sacks in a season with 12.5, made the team as a linebacker.
The New Haven Bulldogs girls basketball team lost Saturday’s home conference game against East Noble by a score of 44-22.
Congratulations to Adam Hoffer, J’Keveous Hampton, & Nishawn Jones for recently being named to the All Northeast Indiana team! #NHHSFootball
BLACKHAWK 71, NEW HAVEN 70
Local running club Team Bird Elite, competed in Midwest Region Foot Locker located Kenosha WI. The meet has runners from; Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, N Dakota, Ohio, S Dakota, Wisconsin in the Midwest Region, a qualifier to make the trip to San Diego CA for the Foot Locker National Finals. Indiana runners took the top Ladies spot with its champion Anna Rohr of Mishawaka. Indiana ladies and men took the multi state bragging rights to win the state competition by scoring the first 5 runners from each state.
Team Bird Elite walked away with a champion in the Ladies Frosh/Soph race as Paige Boatright took the lead at 2KM, and built to almost a 30 second lead. The course was cover with 3 inches of snow the night before, and with the morning temps raising quickly about freezing turned the championship course into a sloppy mud. Picture is Paige and her Coach Gary Bird. Paige’s winning time 20:03.
Finishing the 5K distance; Seeded Jr/Sr race Deric Laurent 17:15 at 152 place little under the weather that day, Josh Hiatt 175th 17:35, Running in the open Jr/Sr race Mike Meyers 112th 19:57
In the seeded ladies Jr/Sr race Hayley Newman 128th 20:16
In the boys Fr/So race Jordan Lahr 72th 18:20 and girls Fr/So Paige Boatright 1st 20:03
3K distance Middle School; Carmen Yoder 13th 12:15 and Marisa Eberle 22nd 13:14
Team Bird Elite heads to the USATF Junior Olympics Cross Country Nationals Dec 13th Myrtle Beach SC.
Photo Coach Gary Bird and Paige Boatright
NORTHROP 73, NEW HAVEN 42
Northrop: Cobb 2, Craig 11, Floure 2, Robertson 3, Walker 5, Moody 9, Thomas 4, Mull 2, Berry 17, Surface 11, Kilby 7
New Haven: Crowe 2, Shearer 5, Westrick 1, B. Washington 1, Weiss 1, Stevenson 5, Kinnie 11, C. Washington 1, Towns 1, Rudolph 6, Workman 8
Wrestling… Clay 46, Dogs 22
132- SBC Colton Dec., NH Shaffer 9-2
138- SBC Barner Dec., NH Casey 4-2
145- SBC Vaughn Pin, NH Hall
152- NH Bender Maj. Dec., SBC Brown 11-3
160- NH Potter Pin, SBC Taborn
170- SBC Dozier Pin, NH Martin
182- SBC Cao Pin, NH Lyons
195- NH Rivera Pin, SBC Randolph
220- NH Amstutz Pin, SBC Harban
285- SBC Thomas Dec., NH Lyons 4-2
106- SBC White Pin, NH Myers
113- SBC Tucker Pin, NH Adams
120- SBC Cantrel Win, NH FF
126- SBC Hartman Dec., NH Doster 5-3