The 7th Grade Lady Dog Basketball team notched their first win of the season earning a 35-20 victory over Waldron.The leading scorers were Carlie Werner with 14 points and Liz Heidlage with 13 points. Anna Bauer hit two big shots in the third quarter scoring four points, while Ellie Cassidy and Abigail Westerfeld chipped in with 2 points each.The team’s record improves to 1-1 on the season.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Shelly Prickel.The BMS 8th Grade Girls’ Basketball Team lost to Waldron by a score of 45 to 20.Kendall Dickman led the team in scoring with 14 points. Carly Fitzpatrick and Gabby Gibbs contributed well coming off the bench with Gabby grabbing 5 rebounds and Carly creating 2 steals.Score by quarter:Waldron 12 24 34 45BMS: 7 12 16 20Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Thomas Barnett.
Rose Marie Hamon, age 87 of West Harrison, Indiana passed away Tuesday, April 7, 2020 at her home. Born March 27, 1933 in Cincinnati, Ohio the daughter of Millard and Sarah (McQueen) Moore.Rose married Robert Joseph Hamon June 26, 1954 in Metamora, Indiana. She was a member of Chappelow Ridge Pentecostal Church.Rose is survived by her children Tony (Deany) Hamon, Robert (Rita) Hamon, Bill (Adell) Hamon, Steve Hamon, Marvin (Karen) Hamon, Gina (Don) Wahl, Sheila (Philip) Bowling and Mike (Sharon) Hamon and mother in law to Steve Hotopp. Grandmother of Heather (Chris) Davis, Christina (Steve) Pierce, Amber Hamon, Amanda Hamon, Matthew Hamon, Shannon Hamon, Tori Hamon, Anna Hamon, Chris (Stacey) Hotopp, Eric Hotopp, Ashley Hotopp, Steve Hamon, Daric (Sarah) Hamon, Katie Hamon, Austin (Kristen) Hamon, Haley Hamon, Anthony Wahl, Kyle Wahl, Rachel Bowling, Sean Bowling, Abigail Bowling, Maddy Hamon and Michael Hamon great grandmother of 19. Sister to Pat Geis, Martha (Audie) Bowles, Julie Shoemaker, Paul (Jane) Moore, Mag (Elmer) Kegley, Clark (Rosie) Moore, sister-in-law to Evelyn Moore and Cherese Moore.Rose is preceded in death by her parents Millard and Sarah Moore, her husband Robert J. Hamon, daughter Anita Hotopp, siblings Ben Moore, HJ (Shanks) Moore, Blanche Lanham, Ray Moore, Edward Moore and Leroy Moore, brother and sister in laws James Lanham, Kenny Geis, Marlene Moore, and George Shoemaker.Private services held at the convenience of the family.Memorials may be directed to the Chappelow Ridge Pentecostal Church c/o the funeral home.
The University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team has been on a roll lately, and this weekend was no exception as the Badgers defeated MercyHurst in a two game sweep.Wisconsin welcomed their second non-conference team to LaBahn on Thursday night, just four days after their previous series against Lindenwood ended. This short turnaround meant that Wisconsin would have little time to recuperate before heading into what was sure to be another very physical series.Women’s hockey: Wisconsin sweeps Lindenwood during home openerThe University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team was victorious this weekend against non-conference foe Lindenwood, earning their first two victories Read…Although it was MercyHurst’s first game of the season, the Lady Lakers wanted to start their season off with a bang, and nothing would create more waves than taking down the No.2 team in the nation. However, in order to do this, they would need to find a way to stop Wisconsin at their own game, on their own turf.MercyHurst and Wisconsin have met nine times in the past, and each time the Badgers came away victorious. While UW might have won all nine series, they were usually hard fought, and always kept the Badger women on their toes.This series started off rather aggressively, with four penalties tallied by the end of the first period — three from the Lady Lakers and one from the Badgers. It was clear that if MercyHurst couldn’t manage to out-smart the Badgers, they were going to try to out-muscle them.With 23 penalties between the two games — 11 of which were UW penalties — it was clear that MercyHurst was trying to outdo the Badgers in any way possible. Unfortunately for the Lady Lakers, only one of those 11 powerplays would result in a goal.Wisconsin saw many players light the lamp on Thursday and Friday night, with a majority being underclassmen. This year, the underclassmen have been leading the team in scoring, and are showing signs of promise for the WCHA schedule later in the year.Women’s hockey: While classmates prepare for exams, Pankowksi, Clark chasing Olympic goldAnyone who has taken an economics class knows that every choice you make always has an opportunity cost — losing Read…Another key player for the Badgers was goaltender Kristen Campbell. The new Badger netminder has managed to help her team earn five victories this year, with opponents only able to score a single point against UW. She earned her second career shut out this weekend.Wisconsin heads back to the road next weekend to take on the Syracuse women’s hockey team in what is sure to be an exciting weekend series. The series between the Badgers and the Orange starts Friday at 3 p.m.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisAlpena, Mich. — Expect to see more environmental stewardship projects for students and teachers in the upcoming year. The Northeast Michigan Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative received a financial boost.The organization was granted $27,000 to continue their mission of providing place–based stewardship projects in the community. The Michigan Stem (MiSTEM) Advisory Council handed out over $3,000,000 in grants to 21 educational entities across the state. $244,000 was given to The Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative.NEMIGLSI is a network of education and community partners that foster environmental stewardship projects and professional development for teachers on the Sunrise Side. They were excited to receive these funds and continue their mission.“It will be use for some projects like marine debris tracking, invasive species monitoring in polls, making improvements to local parks like Sytek Park, that kind of thing, ” said NEMIGLIS Network Coordinator Meag Schwartz.Funding will also be used for stem coaching with Alcona Community School teachers. Professionals will work those teachers to enhance project work.Learn more about the Northeast Michigan Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative and their work Thursday on WBKB Early Morning. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: MiSTEM, MiSTEM Advisory Council, NEMIGLIS, Northeast Michigan Great Lakes Stewardship IntiativeContinue ReadingPrevious Oscoda water activist selected to attend State of the UnionNext Police disclose warning signs during teen dating violence awareness month