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2A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL: Park Tudor thwarts Westview title run
INDIANAPOLIS – After upset wins over No. 5 Hammond Noll in the regional and No. 7 Lewis Cass in the semistate, Westview looked poise to continue its run against No. Park Tudor in today’s 2A state championship game.
THIRD QUARTER UPDATE: Park Tudor 65, Westview 41
INDIANAPOLIS – No. 1 Park Tudor found its outside shooting touch in the third quarter and takes a 65-41 lead over Westview into the fourth quarter of this afternoon’s 2A Indiana boys basketball championship game at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
SECOND QUARTER UPDATE: Park Tudor 35, Westview 27
INDIANAPOLIS – Park Tudor used a 13-3 run to start the second quarter to pull to a 35-27 lead over Westview this afternoon in the 2A Indiana boys basketball championship game at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
FIRST QUARTER UPDATE: Park Tudor 12, Westview 6
INDIANAPOLIS – At the end of the first quarter Park Tudor leads Westview 12-6.
Park Tudor jumped to a 12-4 lead after a 3-pointer by Mr. Basketball candidate Trevon Bluiett. Park Tudor also got 3-pointers from Alex Mack and Austin Shelton.
Goshen man arrested after report of shots fired
A Goshen man was arrested after police were called to a report of shots fired in Brookside Manor Mobile Home Park Friday morning.
Goshen teen seriously injured in crash
A teen driver was seriously injured in a one-vehicle crash east of Goshen Friday night.
Dustin Schwartz, 16, Goshen, suffered head trauma and a head laceration in the crash, Elkhart County police reported. He was transported via Medflight to Memorial Hospital of South Bend.
Police: Man who phoned in bomb threat arrested
Elkhart County police said they’ve arrested the man who phoned in a bomb threat to emergency dispatchers Tuesday.
Kenneth L. Childress, 25, Joyce Court, Elkhart was arrested on a Class D felony charge of false informing.
Man sentenced to 120 years in prison for home invasion
A Winona Lake man was sentenced today for his role in a violent home invasion that took place south of New Paris last year.
Jeffrey R. Hill, 43, was sentenced by Elkhart Circuit Court Judge Terry Shewmaker to 120 years in the Department of Correction. He was given credit for 93 days he’s already been incarcerated.
Police: No bombs found after threat made
Elkhart County police are investigating a phone call made to the 911 center today indicating a bomb threat.
The call was made around 10 a.m.
Freeze warning lifted for Millersburg
The Millersburg Water Department lifted its system-wide freeze warning.
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