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College update: Former Edinburgh standout fuels Elmhurst


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Elmhurst College basketball player Kyle Wuest, an Edinburgh graduate, has been a key player in the Bluejays’ 3-2 record to start the season.

The sophomore is averaging 16.4 points per game, second-best on the team, in 27.4 minutes per game, while shooting .444 from the field, .409 from three-point range and .833 from the free-throw line.

He is second on the team in rebounds (5.4 per game), assists, steals and blocks. In Elmhurst’s most recent game, a 71-70 win against Webster, he scored 13 points (2 for 6, 1 for 2, 8 for 9), had a team-high nine rebounds and added two assists and two steals.

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Indiana State football

player Tanner Riley received honorable mention on the All-Missouri Valley Conference Team selected by the coaches.

Joel Hale started at nose guard for Ohio State (12-0) in a 42-41 defeat of Michigan and had one solo tackle.

Joel Cox started at nose guard for the Ball State football team in a 55-14 win against Miami of Ohio and had one solo tackle, five assists and one quarterback hurry. Garrett Mack was the Cardinals’ long snapper.

Mike Wood converted a 46-yard field goal for 8-4 Franklin’s only points in a 33-3 NCAA Division III football playoff loss at Wisconsin-Whitewater. The senior averaged 65 yards on two kickoffs.

Zach Anderson, a Danville Community College baseball player, has signed a letter of intent to continue his baseball career next year at Grand Valley State College in Michigan.

The Oberlin women’s

basketball team (5-3) lost 81-60 to Olivet and defeated Kalamazoo 72-57. Katie Lucaites had 15

points (7 for 13, 1 for 2), 11 rebounds, two steals and one

assist in 42 minutes in the

two games.

The Northern Kentucky women’s basketball team (4-3) defeated Robert Morris 71-62 and Tennessee-Martin 70-61. Melody Doss had 14 points (5 for 10, 3 for 5, 1 for 1), a team-high nine rebounds, three assists, two steals and one blocked shot in 34 minutes against Robert Morris and team highs of 23 points (8 for 17, 4 for 6, 3 for 3) and 14 rebounds, in addition to one block and one assist, against Tennessee-Martin.

The Anderson women’s basketball team (0-4) lost 65-51 to St. Mary’s and 60-31 to Trine. Shelby Shaffer had eight points (2 for 14, 4 for 4), three rebounds, two assists and two steals in 36 minutes against St. Mary’s and three points (0 for 5, 3 for 4), five rebounds, five assists and two steals in 29 minutes against Trine.

Kirsten Gliesmann had eight rebounds, three points (1 for 6, 1 for 1), one assist and one steal in 12 minutes in 5-2 Indianapolis’

102-72 women’s basketball win against Wayne State.

The IPFW men’s basketball team (6-3) defeated Eastern Illinois 71-65 and lost 57-55 to Illinois. Joe Reed had seven points (1 for 1, 1 for 1, 4 for 6), five rebounds, one assist and two steals in 26 minutes against EIU and two points (1 for 3, 0 for 2), a team-high seven rebounds, two assists and two steals against Illinois.

The Franklin men’s basketball team (3-2) lost twice in Florida, falling 107-97 in overtime to Southeastern and 94-77 to Division II Eckerd. J.T. Barton played 12 minutes in the two games and had six points (3 for 6) and one assist.

Greenwood

The Danville Community College women’s basketball team (6-3) defeated Ivy Tech 112-46 and lost 68-56 to Olney. Kelsie Ratliff led her team in rebounds (9) and assists (5) and had 12 points (4 for 8, 1 for 2, 3 for 4) and one steal against Ivy Tech and had two rebounds and two steals against Olney.

The Marian women’s basketball team (4-5) lost 62-55 to Huntington and won 50-45 against Rose-Hulman. Deauna Evans had five points (2 for 5, 1 for 3, 0 for 0) in 13 minutes in the two games.

Indian Creek

The Regis women’s basketball team (2-2) defeated Cameron 82-61 and Trevecca Nazarene 78-71. Erica Von Stein had five points (1 for 4, 1 for 3, 2 for 3), three rebounds, one steal and a team-high five assists in 24 minutes against Cameron and six points (2 for 7, 2 for 6, 0 for 0), one rebound, two assists, one steal and one blocked shot in 36 minutes against Trevecca.

Whiteland

The St. Francis football team (9-3) lost 28-14 to undefeated University of the Cumberlands in the second round of the NAIA national tournament. St. Francis’ Aaron Harris intercepted a pass and returned it 27 yards and carried the ball once for a one-yard loss.

IU-Southeast women’s basketball player Michaela Harris had four points (2 for 4), three assists and one steal in 18 minutes in an 87-67 loss to Lindsey Wilson. The Grenadiers are 4-3.

The Butler women’s basketball team (3-4) defeated Utah 66-54 and Eastern Washington 74-51 in Las Vegas. Haley Howard had six points (2 for 8, 2 for 2), seven rebounds, four assists and one blocked shot in 47 minutes in the two wins.

Drea Mize had one point (0 for 1, 1 for 3) and three rebounds for the Indiana women’s basketball team (7-0) in an 87-38 win against South Carolina-Upstate.

Franklin

The Vincennes women’s basketball team (8-2) defeated Malcolm X 84-56 and Mineral Area 77-64. Shelby Parmer had 17 points (6 for 20, 3 for 7, 2 for 2), four assists, two steals and one rebound against Malcolm X and six points (3 for 8), three assists and one steal against Mineral Area.

Walt Vanderbush is a former principal of Franklin Community High School. Send ideas for the College Update column to rmorwick@dailyjournal.net.

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