Rossville Girls 6th Grade Basketball

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CC, Rossville girls lose   JIMMY GILLISPIE/jgillispie@ftimes.com HORNET ATTACK Rossville junior Breanna Wainscott dribbles around a Twin Lakes defender during a game last month. Wainscott led the Hornets in scoring Saturday in their loss against Central Catholic. Central Catholic swats Hornets The Rossville girls’ basketball team struggled stopping the high-scoring Lafayette Central Catholic team as

Varsity Girls Basketball

Rossville girls’ fall to Pioneer GIRLS BASKETBALL Hornets drop close game After leading at halftime by six points, the Rossville girls’ basketball team dropped a home game Tuesday night. Pioneer defeated the Hornets 42-37. Rossville led 24-18 at halftime, but struggled in the third quarter as Pioneer took a 29-27 after the third quarter. Pioneer

Girls Basketball

CC junior scores 32 in conference, county rival victory   JIMMY GILLISPIE/jgillispie@ftimes.com LONG-RANGE BOMBER Clinton Central junior Caitlyn Bradley (13) attempts a three-pointer in front of several Rossville defenders during the third quarter Thursday night. Bradley scored 32 points to lead the Bulldogs to a 60-57 victory. Posted: Friday, December 13, 2013 8:00 pm BY

Girls Basketball vs. West Lafayette

 Rossville girls doomed by first-half turnovers against West Lafayette   JIMMY GILLISPIE/jgillispie@ftimes.com GOING BASELINE Rossville sophomore Taylor Zink dribbles along the baseline as fellow sophomore Sydney Hrdlicka (30) seals her defender from the paint.   SPLITTING THE DEFENSE Rossville freshman Mallory Roberts dribbles between multiple West Lafayette defenders during the first half Wednesday night. West

Fun facts about our Senior Girls Basketball Players – Megan Longenecker

Megan Longenecker Immediate family: Parents: Greg and Michelle Longenecker Siblings: Emily and Andrea Longenecker Favorite athlete: Adrian Peterson Favorite movie: Catching Fire Most-played song on your iPod: Give me Faith by Elevation Worship Celebrity you’d want to take to prom: Liam Hemsworth Favorite Video Game: Dance Central School Clubs/Organizations:  NHS, Student Council, Senior Class President,

Fun facts about our Senior Girls Basketball Players – Bea Alosno

Bea Alonso Immediate family: Parents: Espeanza y Fernando Siblings: Cristina Favorite athlete: Rafa Nadal Favorite team: Colts Favorite movie: The Lion King Most-played song on your iPod: Llueve by Melendi Celebrity you’d want to take to prom: Justin Timberlake Favorite video game: Mario Kart Most prized possession: My mobile phone Goal for the year: Win

Hornets vs. Clinton Prairie

Clinton Prairie downs Rossville: Strong first quarter propels Gophers to rivalry victory  Posted: Wednesday, November 27, 2013 10:00 am BY JIMMY GILLISPIE jgillispie@ftimes.com JEFFERSON – Clinton Prairie’s gymnasium had all of the makings of a conference rivalry and county rivalry boxed into one package Tuesday night. There were a high number of fouls, physical play on both ends

Senior Spotlight Megan Longenecker

Megan was born on November 16, 1995 to Greg and Michelle Longenecker.  She has two younger sisters, Andrea and Emily. Megan has enjoyed playing basketball since the 5th grade. She has tried other sports along the way, but none of them stuck with her like basketball did. She loves the aggressiveness of the game, and

Senior Spotlight Bea Alonso

Beatriz Alonso Ibanez (Bea) is an exchange student from Laredo, Spain and is making a great addition to the Memmer family while she is staying in Indiana. In Spain she lives with her mother Esperanza and her sister Cristina (when she is on break from university).  Bea is quite athletic and plays beach volleyball in

Kitchen Classic Girls Basketball

Hornets finish sixth   Jimmy Gillispie / jgillispie@ftimes.com Easy layup Rossville sophomore Sydney Hrdlicka scores an open layup during the second half of Saturday’s contest at the Indiana Kitchen Classic. Rossville lost the game 54-26 to North White. Buy this photo Posted: Monday, November 25, 2013 4:00 am BY JIMMY GILLISPIE jgillispie@ftimes.com DELPHI — Two