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26 - Kokomo School
Kat Chatter
Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Thought for the day
"Make sure your worst enemy doesn’t live between
your own two ears.”
Laird Hamilton
Today’s Athletic Events
SPORT
OPPONENT
Wrestling (Boys JV)
Basketball (Boys Fr)
Basketball (Girls JV)
Basketball (Girls V)
Westfield
Marion
Harrison
Harrison
LOCATION
Westfield
Marion
Harrison
Harrison
TIME
5:30 PM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
7:30 PM
THE WILDKAT
SCOREBOARD
Girls Swimming
Kokomo 103, Manchester 77
Boys Swimming
Kokomo 132, Manchester 37
The next Kat Chatter will
be sent on Monday,
December 2nd.
WISHES YOU
Kokomo 103, Manchester 77
The ladies continue to impress me. More important than our
win tonight is again the amount of time we are dropping. In our
first meet we dropped over 347 seconds. Last night the ladies
dropped 241.72 seconds collectively. This is simply amazing!!
The REALLY exciting part is we still have so much to learn!
Winning events tonight for the Lady Katfish were:
200 Medley Relay
Jessica Estep
Autumn Carroll
Sydney Glassburn
Brooke Dill
50 Free
Sydney Glassburn
Diving
Hannah Reecer
2nd in her first attempt at the boards- Brianna Ebenhart
100 Free
Sydney Glassburn
100 Backstroke
Jessica Estep-Her first varsity individual win!
100 Breast
Autumn Carroll
400 Free Relay
Sara White
Jessica Estep
Jessica Gates
Autumn Carroll
So excited for this season...Proud to be a Katfish!
Coach Walters
The boys swim team had a strong showing against Manchester
last night, winning by a score of 132 to 37.
Winners for Kokomo were: 200 Medley Relay of Logan
Hawk, Colton Pratt, Nathan Banush, and Caleb Cook. Banush
won the 200 Free and 100 Fly, Adam Harding took the 200 IM,
and Blake Brookshire was first in both the 50 and 100 Free.
Josh Church won the 500 Free, and the 200 Free Relay of Tyler
Schorm, Devin Shackelford, Phillip Heilman and Church was
also victorious. Hawk took the 100 Back, and the 400 Free
Relay team of Hawk, Cook, Shackelford and Brookshire came
in first.
This meet was more about getting good baseline times for these
guys, and every guy put forth tremendous effort.
Good job, guys. Keep up the good work.
Proud to be a KATFISH!
Coach Glick
The Kokomo High School boys’ basketball team opens their 111th season tomorrow night at
Memorial Gym.
Through their first 110 seasons, Kokomo has a record of 1,661-923. The Kats have won
over 64% of their basketball games through the years.
Tomorrow’s opponent is the Western Panthers.
This will be the 29th straight boys’ basketball season that Kokomo has opened with their
county rivals. The last time the Wildkats began their year with another school besides
Western was in the 1984-85 season, when Kokomo opened with North Central.
Tomorrow’s Kokomo-Western game will be the 64th in the series.
The Wildkats hold a commanding lead in the series with 57 wins to just six for Western.
Kokomo is on an eight-game winning streak in the series.
The last time Western defeated Kokomo was November 22, 2006, at Rea Gymnasium, home
of the Panthers. That game, a 61-50 Panther victory, was Brian McCauley’s first as the head
coach of the Wildkats.
The last time Western won against the Wildkats at Memorial Gym was November 23, 2005.
Kokomo coach Rick Baumgartner made his debut with a 62-57 loss to the Panthers.
Western’s six wins in the series have come by a combined total of 35 points. The biggest
Panther win was 11 points (on two occasions).
Kokomo’s largest margin of victory was 52 points in an 87-35 beating on November 22,
1995.
The series dates back to the 1949 sectional, when Kokomo defeated Western 47-38.
The Wildkats won the first 18 games in this series before Western finally dotted the win
column (51-49) in the 1980-81 season.
The first regular season matchup between the two schools came in the 1972-73 season, an
82-49 Wildkat win.
The two schools have played each other at least once every season since the 1978-79 school
year.
Bart Miller is set to begin his second season as the head coach of the Western boys’
basketball team. He took over the team in the 2012-13 season from former head coach Andy
Weaver. Miller will bring a 13-9 overall coaching record into the Kokomo affair. Miller is
0-1 in games against the Wildkats.
Brian McCauley is in his eight season with the Wildkats and has 114-50 overall record for a
fine winning percentage of .695. McCauley began his Kokomo reign in the 2006-07 season,
succeeding Rick Baumgartner as the head coach. McCauley is 8-1 in games against
Western, where he had been an assistant for Coach Andy Weaver.
Brian McCauley is 60-17 in games played at Memorial Gymnasium.
Brian McCauley is 9-2 in games played in November and 8-1 in games played on
Wednesday.
In his three varsity campaigns as a Wildkat player, Brian McCauley led the Kats to a perfect
6-0 record against Western.
Western’s 2013-14 roster has six seniors and five juniors. The Panther JV consists of two
juniors, a pair of sophomores, and five freshmen. Nine of the 11 were on the varsity roster
for last year’s game with the Kats.
The Panthers return three starters from last year’s season opener with the Kats – Evan
Warden, Des Balentine, and Austin Weaver.
Kokomo’s roster has eight seniors, two juniors, three sophomores, and two freshmen. The
JV team has one senior (a foreign exchange student), four juniors, seven sophomores, and
two freshmen. Seven of the 15 members of the varsity were on the 2012-13 roster at
season’s beginning.
The Wildkats have two starters returning from a year ago, although one won’t play this
evening. Erik Bowen will likely start tonight, but Tayler Persons will not see action because
of an ACL tear during the football season.
Western averaged 57.1 points per game offensively last season, and the Panthers yielded
58.4 points.
Kokomo’s offensive average was 60.6 in 2012-13, while the Wildkats defense limited their
opponents to an average of 46.7 points per game.
2 – The number of 10-game winning streaks for last year’s Kokomo
Wildkat boys’ basketball team. The Kats started the season with 12
straight wins before losing a pair (to Carmel and Tipton). Next the
Wildkats ran off 10 more before losing once again to Carmel in the
IHSAA Marion Regional.
3 – The number of consecutive 20-win seasons for the Wildkats.
12 – The number of KHS boys’ basketball teams in their 110-year
history that has won 22 or more games in a season, including the 2012-13
team.
73 – The number of IHSAA boys’ basketball sectionals won by the
Wildkats, more than any other school in the state of Indiana.
81 – The number of victories (against 17 defeats) that last year’s senior
class recorded in their four years of high school.
913 – The number of points scored by Tayler Persons in his three years
on the KHS varsity, 87 points shy of the magical 1000-point level.
8th – Kokomo’s ranking at the end of last season.
13 – The number of teams in the state that had a better record than
Kokomo did a year ago.
46.7 – The Kats defensive average from a year ago.
17 – The number of points scored by Taylor High School against the
Wildkats in last year’s Coca Cola Old School Sectional.
51.6% - Kokomo’s field goal shooting percentage for last season, the
best mark in the last 30 years of KHS boys’ basketball.
12 – The number of wins last season by the Wildkats at Memorial Gym.
They had no losses.
27 – The number of consecutive wins by the Wildkats at Memorial Gym.
The last team to hand the Kats a home loss was Huntington North on
February 4, 2011.
Kokomo High School
WILDKAT Basketball
Varsity
No.
10
12
14
20
22
24
30
32
34
40
42
44
50
52
54
Player
Jordan Rawlins
Ty Sparling
Jordan Eley
Tayler Persons
Jeron Gray
Mykal Cox
Brad Dockemeyer
Jordan Matthews
Jazimar Woodard
Marcelle Kenner
Demarius Warren
Brevin Beard
Erik Bowen
Brandon Wilson
Devon Orbaugh
Pos. Ht.
G
5’11”
G
6’2
G
5’10”
G
6’2
G
5’8
G
6’1
F
6’4
G
6’0
G
5’9
F
6’2
F
6’5
G
6’0
F
6’6
C
6’4
G
5’10
Wt. Class
180
JR
160
FR
175
SR
220
SR
155
SO
150
SR
210
SR
165
SO
210
SR
230
SO
170
SR
160
FR
215
SR
250
SR
160
JR
Junior Varsity
No.
10
12
14
20
22
24
30
34
40
42
44
50
52
54
Player
Jordan Rawlins
Devon Orbaugh
Jacobi Woodard
Travon Greer
Brevin Beard
Ty Sparling
Reno Levine
Dominic Tarapasky
Ahmad McKinnie
Sam Seagraves
Conner Wood
Breshonn
Fletcher
Devin Vetter
Daichi Yamaoka
Pos. Ht.
G
5’11”
G
5’10”
G
5’6”
G
5’8”
G
6’0”
G
6’2”
G
5’9”
G
5’5”
G
5’9”
G
6’0”
G
5’10”
Wt.
180
160
165
130
160
160
150
125
135
135
140
Class
JR
JR
SO
SO
FR
FR
JR
SO
SO
SO
SO
F
6’0”
165
JR
F
G
6’3”
5’9”
150
140
SO
SR
Superintendent: Dr. Jeff Hauswald
Principal: Mike Sargent
Head Coach: Brian McCauley
Assistants:
Phil Cox, Ben Bowles, Rick Hamilton,
Dominic Lyon, Tad Glibert
Managers:
Merry Hoover, Alai'jah Johnson,
Jessica Bellamy, Makayla Heard,
Jordan Wilson, Noah Zunick
Statisticians:
Bob Wininger, Abram Stamper
Cheerleaders:
Ashley Ploughe, Taylor Pratt,
Katy Volikas, Sierra Hobbs, Deju Miller,
Paris McCullum, Autumn Obermeyer,
Taylor Coram, Amy Edwards
JV Head Coach: Bruce Taflinger
Cheer Coaches:
April Obermeyer, Connie Clark,
Heather Almager
Cheerleaders:
Jania Eddington, Michaela Stewart,
Aurora Parslow, Katelyn Van Horn,
Lilly Volikas, Kate Wampler
Mascot ~ "Koko"
Nathan Miles
Athletic Trainers: Brett Patterson, Lisa Tate
Team Doctor: Dr. Frank Johnson
No.
#10
#12
#14
#20
#22
#24
#30
#32
#34
#40
#42
VARSITY______________________
Name
Ht.
Wt.
Class
Evan Warden
6’0” 170
Sr
Des Balentine
6’0” 170
Jr
Chris Carter
6’0” 170
Sr
Gabe Harp
6’2” 160
Jr
Devon Eaker
5’9” 150
Sr
Austin Weaver
6’2” 205
Jr
Zach Shahan
6’2” 185
Jr
James Myers
6’3” 170
Sr
Mo Townsend
6’2” 200
Jr
Zac Simpson
6’0” 205
Sr
Nic Bewley
6’2” 170
Sr
No.
#10
#12
#20
#22
#24
#30
#42
#50
#54
Name
Josh Beeler
Tanner Degenkolb
Kaleb Howard
P.J. Miller
Jeffrey McClung
Jakoby Mohler
Tyler Burthay
Austin Anderson
Josue Hicks
COACH: Bart Miller
VARSITY ASSISTANT: Greg Unger
MANAGERS: Ethan Akers,
Michael Cianteo & Noel Ives
STATISTICIANS: Gary Jewell
CHEERLEADERS: Madison Boldry,
Lauren Cain, Haleigh Conaway,
Hannah Harrison, Taylor
Parrish, Kelsey Quinn, Shelby
Schave, Molly Shoffner, Anne
Marie Weimer
COACH: Jade King & Amy Messer
JUNIOR VARSITY________________
Ht.
5’9”
5’10”
6’1”
6’0”
5’8”
6’3”
6’1”
6’1”
6’0”
Wt.
150
135
145
150
130
160
175
185
190
Class
Fr
Jr
Fr
Jr
Fr
So
Fr
Fr
So
COACH: Jon Keisling
CHEERLEADERS: Brooklyn Brantley,
Madeline Greer, Emily Hackler,
Danielle Pate, MacKenzie
Quinn, Eleanor Rush, Cali
Shepherd, Kaitlynn Taylor
COACH: Jade King &Amy Messer
Band Director: Brian Caldwell
Assistant Band Director: Keith
Whitford
ATHLETIC TRAINER: Morgan Goode
TEAM DOCTOR: Cliff Evans
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Josh Larsh
ASST. PRINCIPAL: Lissa Stranahan
Principal: Rick Davis
SUPERINTENDENT: Randy McCracken
KOKOMO WILDKATS (0-0)
DATE
Nov. 27
Dec. 7
Dec. 13
Dec. 14
Dec. 20
Dec. 21
Dec. 27
Jan. 4
Jan. 11
Jan. 17
Jan. 18
Jan. 25
Jan. 31
Feb. 1
Feb. 7
Feb. 8
Feb. 13
Feb. 21
Feb. 28
OPPONENT
Western {3A}
at Fishers {4A}
at Muncie Central {3A}‡
Westfield {4A}
Marion {4A}‡
at Lafayette Jeff {4A}
Noblesville Tournament
Peru {3A}
at McCutcheon {4A}
New Castle {4A}
Carmel {4A}
Tipton {2A}
Anderson {4A}‡
at Harrison (West Lafayette) {4A}
at Huntington North {4A}‡
at Lebanon {3A}
Logansport {4A}‡
at Richmond {4A}‡
at Fort Wayne Northrop {4A}
RESULT / EST
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
8:00 pm
7:30 pm
8:00 pm
7:30 pm
through Dec. 28
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
8:00 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
8:00 pm
7:30 pm
7:45 pm
7:30 pm
8:00 pm
8:00 pm
8:00 pm
(girls/boys DH)
WESTERN PANTHERS (0-0)
DATE
Nov. 27
Dec. 6
Dec. 7
Dec. 13
Dec. 14
Dec. 20
Dec. 21
Jan. 10
Jan. 11
Jan. 17
Jan. 24
Jan. 25
Jan. 31
Feb. 1
Feb. 7
Feb. 8
Feb. 18
Feb. 21
Feb. 28
OPPONENT
at Kokomo {4A}
Northwestern {3A}‡
at Lebanon {3A}
at Eastern (Greentown) {2A}‡
Rossville {1A}
Hamilton Heights {3A}‡
at Frankfort {3A}
Logansport {4A}
West Lafayette {3A}
Howard County Tournament
Maconaquah {3A}‡
Tri-Central {1A}
at Peru {3A}‡
at Carroll (Flora) {1A}
at Taylor {2A}‡
Twin Lakes {3A}
at Lafayette Jeff {4A}
at Lewis Cass {2A}‡
at Tipton {2A}
RESULT / EST
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
KOKOMO-WESTERN
BOYS BASKETBALL SERIES
YEAR
1948-49
1956-57
1958-59
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64
1966-67
1967-68
1968-69
1969-70
1970-71
1971-72
1972-73
1973-74
1974-75
1978-79
1979-80
1980-81
1981-82
1982-83
1983-84
1984-85
1985-86
1986-87
1987-88
1988-89
1989-90
1990-91
1991-92
1992-93
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
47
45
81
76
66
61
74
81
69
79
72
87
82
65
75
77
84
72
49
55
72
84
66
62
62
57
68
68
48
69
56
66
72
57
59
52
69
64
77
47
68
57
87
53
60
82
54
66
SCORE
WINNER
-
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Western
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Western
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Western
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
38
42
41
53
53
50
40
48
68
60
50
59
49
51
53
60
61
33
51
51
70
64
62
53
54
60
58
59
46
40
44
49
36
50
31
63
25
47
38
30
32
44
35
35
34
35
52
43
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
OT
OT
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
YEAR
SCORE
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
76
69
57
74
38
57
50
61
84
83
53
82
65
52
67
2012-13
KATS
WINS
57
-
WINNER
72
49
35
77 2OT
36
62
61
60
55
61
43
57
54
30
26
Panthers
6
HIGH
SCORE
87
72
(1995-96)
(2000-01)
LOW
SCORE
38
25
(2004-05)
(1991-92)
LARGEST
VICTORY
52
11
(1995-96)
(2), 2006-07
LONGEST
WIN STRK
18
2
(1948-80)
(2005-07)
*
-
IHSAA Tournament Games
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Western
Kokomo
Western
Western
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
After celebrating Thanksgiving Thursday, the Lady Wildkats return to action on Saturday.
The Kokomo girls’ basketball team tries to even their North Central Conference record with a
game with Muncie Central.
This game will be the home opener for Kokomo after three straight road games.
Muncie Central is 3-1 on the year, defeating Delta, Frankton, and Alexandria, while falling in
overtime to Indianapolis Cathedral (64-62). The four Bearcat opponents have combined for a
1-12 record.
This will be the NCC opener for the Lady Bearcats.
Saturday’s game will be the 33rd meeting between the two schools in girls’ basketball.
Kokomo has dominated the series, winning 31 of the first 32 games.
The lone Muncie Central victory in the series came in the 1994-95 season, when the Lady
Bearcats won 56-51.
The series dates back to a 59-36 Kokomo win in the 1979-80 season, and the two schools
have played continuously since 1987.
Lisa Blalock is the head coach at Muncie Central and will bring a 16-30 overall record to
Memorial Gym. Blalock is in her third season, taking over the program in the 2011-12 season
from Kaye Harrell. Blalock’s first team at MC won just two games, but the Lady ‘Cats
improved to an 11-10 record last year. Blalock is 0-2 against the Lady Kats, losing by an
average of 28 points.
Jason Snyder is 7-0 against the Lady Bearcats with an average margin of victory at 19 points.
Muncie Central averages 63.3 points per game. The Lady Bearcats shoot 42.3% from the
field, 27.8% from three-point land, and 55.8% from the free throw line. They average 34.3
rebounds per game.
The Bearcat varsity roster has five seniors, three juniors, and four sophomores.
Jayla Scaife is a 5’11” sophomore for Muncie Central and is quite a player. She averages
22.8 points per game, 13.3 rebounds a game, 2.5 blocks per game, and 2.3 steals per contest.
Scaife shoots 56.7% from the field and has a single game high of 37 points this season, that
coming against Cathedral.
Senior Jessica Rowe provides a nice 1-2 punch to go along with Scaife. Rowe averages 11.0
points and 5.8 rebounds a game.
MUNCIE CENTRAL BEARCATS
VARSITY
10
14
15
20
22
24
30
33
34
40
42
52
Madelyn Beaver
Emily Gregory
Deriana Carter
Mo Rammel
Jessica Rowe
Kelsey Adams
Jaylen Montgomery
Savannah Jackson
Ke’Chell Tate
Fa’Tara Davis
Jayla Scaife
Carrington Isom
5-5
5-5
5-6
5-8
5-8
5-7
5-5
5-6
5-5
5-8
5-11
5-10
SR
SR
SR
SR
SR
JR
SO
JR
SO
SO
SO
JR
10
14
24
30
34
42
50
52
54
JUNIOR VARSITY
Aggie Brooks
Precious Peak
Taylor Longfellow
Jenna Wolf
Dariane Quarles
Denise Garcia
Z’hane Cherry
Mackenzie Brenner
Brenda Murray
5-5
5-11
5-5
5-6
5-6
5-5
5-9
5-7
5-10
SO
FR
FR
SO
SR
JR
SO
SO
SO
MANAGERS: Tylor Rabel, Deah Long, Jo Rammel, Justyce Thomas, Alexis Couch
Varsity Head Coach: Lisa Blalock
Varsity Assistants: Brad McGriff, Erin Smith, Mike Janikowski
Junior Varsity Head Coach: Jessica Blankenbaker
Junior Varsity Assistant: Julia Seitz
Kokomo High School
LADYKAT Basketball
Varsity
No.
11
12
15
21
22
23
24
25
31
32
33
43
55
Player
Quaynika Merriweather
Haleigh Parrish
Cierra Tinder
Schnetavia Williams
Alanis Jones
Iesha Wallace
Sarah Tickfer
Kaila Stiner
Allie Lowe
Jasmine Love
Gabrielle Smith
Olivia Wilson
Sieara Langley
Head Coach: Jason Snyder
Height Class
5'7
SO
5'6
SR
5'5
SR
5'9
SR
5'10
SR
5'5
SR
5'6
SO
5'5
SO
5'8
SO
5'6
SR
5'6
JR
6'3
SO
5'9
SO
Junior Varsity
No.
11
21
22
24
25
31
32
33
43
44
55
Player
Quaynika Merriweather
Meghan Pier
Jayda Andrews
Sarah Tickfer
Imani Morgan
Cenia Tyler
Shastiney Skaggs
Emily Bailey
Olivia Wilson
Mykayla Fowler
Sieara Langley
Assistants:
Troy White, Heather Cusick,
Lisa Pflueger, Jay Karp,
Daro Johnson,
Josh McFarland
Head Coach: Heather Cusick
Height Class
5'7
SO
5'9
JR
5'6
FR
5'6
SO
5'4
JR
5'8
JR
5'9
SO
5'10
SO
6'3
SO
5'9
JR
5'9
SO
Athletic Trainers:
Lisa Tate, Brett Patterson
Team Doctor:
Dr. Frank Johnson
Sports Info. Director:
Terry Downham
Equipment Manager:
Tom Hale
Superintendent: Dr. Jeff Hauswald
Principal: Mr. Michael Sargent
Athletic Director: Mr. Jason Snyder
Asst. Athletic Director: Mr. Sean Swan
MUNCIE CENTRAL LADY BEARCATS (3-1)
DATE
Nov. 15
Nov. 16
Nov. 19
Nov. 22
Nov. 30
Dec. 3
Dec. 7
Dec. 10
Dec. 14
Dec. 17
Dec. 23
Jan. 4
Jan. 8
Jan. 11
Jan. 17
Jan. 21
Jan. 24
Jan. 31
Feb. 1
Feb. 6
OPPONENT
at Delta {3A}
at Frankton {2A}
Indianapolis Cathedral {4A}
Alexandria {2A}
at Kokomo {4A}‡
Monroe Central {1A}
Anderson {4A}‡
at Jay County {4A}
Logansport {4A}‡
Connersville {4A}
at Wapahani {2A}
Blackford {3A}
Yorktown {3A}
at Marion {4A}‡
at Richmond {4A}‡
at Greenfield-Central {4A}
Muncie South {3A}
Huntington North {4A}‡
Winchester {2A}
Muncie Burris {2A}
RESULT / EST
W 60- 35
W 47- 34
ot L 62- 64
W 84- 37
1:30 pm
7:30 pm
1:30 pm
7:30 pm
1:30 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
1:30 pm
7:30 pm
1:30 pm
6:00 pm
7:30 pm
6:00 pm
6:00 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
OA 63.3, DA 42.5
KOKOMO LADY WILDKATS (1-1)
DATE
Nov. 15
Nov. 23
Nov. 26
Nov. 30
Dec. 2
Dec. 10
Dec. 14
Dec. 17
Dec. 21
Dec. 30
Jan. 3
Jan. 10
Jan. 14
Jan. 17
Jan. 20
Jan. 23
Jan. 29
Jan. 31
Feb. 4
Feb. 6
OPPONENT
at Northwestern {3A}
at Logansport {4A}‡
at Harrison (West Lafayette) {4A}
Muncie Central {3A}‡
at Peru {3A}
Western {3A}
Huntington North {4A}‡
Carmel {4A}
at Marion {4A}‡
Jay County {4A}
at Carroll (Fort Wayne) {4A}
Richmond {4A}‡
Lafayette Jeff {4A}
New Castle {4A}
Chicagoland Classic
at McCutcheon {4A}
at Frankfort {3A}
at Anderson {4A}‡
North Central (Indianapolis) {4A}
at Westfield {4A}
RESULT / EST
W 51- 41
L 48- 68
7:30 pm
1:30 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
1:30 pm
7:30 pm
1:30 pm
7:30 pm
7:45 pm
8:00 pm
7:30 pm
6:30 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
8:00 pm
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
KOKOMO-MUNCIE CENTRAL
GIRLS BASKETBALL SERIES
YEAR
1979-80
1982-83
1983-84
1985-86
1987-88
1988-89
1989-90
1990-91
1991-92
1992-93
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-2000
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
SCORE
59
57
52
46
62
46
74
83
102
97
69
57
56
56
60
70
56
80
55
57
67
70
51
55
57
58
52
55
68
54
58
50
-
36
50
51
34
50
40
44
46
49
39
26
47
51
37
40
44
29
36
45
41
39
30
19
40
29
27
48
54
29
52
21
31
WINNER
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
*
Muncie Central
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
*
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
Kokomo
OT
Kokomo
Kokomo
OT
Kokomo
Kokomo
LADY
KATS
LADY
BEARCATS
WINS
31
1
HIGH
SCORE
102
56
(1991-92)
(1994-95)
46
19
(1988-89)
(2003-04)
58
5
(1992-93)
(1994-95)
19
1
(current)
(1994-95)
LOW
SCORE
LARGEST
VICTORY
LONGEST
WIN STRK
*
IHSAA Tournament Games
Think you know your Wildkat stuff, then try this one!!
Name the month and the year of the first boys’
basketball game ever played at
Memorial Gymnasium.
The first person that correctly responds to today’s Super Trivia
question will receive an autographed copy of Kats with a K, a
book written by the Sports Journal’s Dean Hockney. Send your
guess to [email protected] Include your answer in the
subject line and your name in the body of the e-mail. One guess
per person please. The winner will be notified by e-mail and
announced in an upcoming edition of Kat Chatter.
NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE
GIRLS BASKETBALL
CONF
AG
OA
DA
AM
STREAK
Logansport
Richmond
Muncie Central
Huntington North
Anderson
Marion
1- 0
3- 0
77.7
40.0
37.7 Won 3
0- 0
2- 0
65.0
33.0
32.0 Won 2
0- 0
3- 1
63.3
42.5
20.8 Won 1
0- 0
2- 1
50.0
42.3
7.7
Lost 1
0- 0
1- 1
63.0
73.5
-10.5
Lost 1
0- 0
1- 2
57.3
54.3
3.0
Lost 2
KOKOMO
0- 1
1- 1
49.5
54.5
-5.0
Lost 1
RECENT GAMES
Muncie Central 84, Alexandria 37
Richmond 50, National Trail (Ohio) 30
Whitko 57, Huntington North 51
Logansport 68, Kokomo 48‡
UPCOMING GAMES
Tuesday, Nov. 26
Huntington North at Fort Wayne Snider, 7:30 pm
Kokomo at Harrison (West Lafayette), 7:30 pm
Marion at Homestead, 7:45 pm
Muncie South at Anderson, 7:30 pm
Friday, Nov. 29
Homestead at Huntington North, 7:45 pm
Marion at Jay County, 7:30 pm
Saturday, Nov. 30
Anderson at North Central (Indianapolis), 1:30 pm
Muncie Central at Kokomo‡, 1:30 pm
Rushville at Richmond, 7:30 pm
JUST IN TIME
FOR
CHRISTMAS
Looking for the
perfect gift for your
favorite Wildkat
fan? Check out the
new items now
available in the
Wildkat Store in
the KHS Athletic
Office.
BOYS BASKETBALL
November 21, 2012
The Kokomo Wildkats made the short trek to Western to open the 2012-13
boys’ basketball season, and the Kats made the most of it with a 52-30 victory.
Kokomo and Western were tied at 19-all at halftime, before the Wildkats salted
away the victory in the third quarter.
The Panthers had a couple of chances to score early in the third, but LaBradford
Sebree had an old-fashioned three-point play to open the second half scoring at
the 6:28 mark. The Kats would not trail again, extending their lead to as many
as 12 in the third stanza and 24 in the fourth.
The Kokomo defense held Western to 24% shooting in the second half. For the
game the Panthers had 30.6% accuracy from the field and made just 4-of-13
free throws. The Wildkats shot 40.4% for the game from the field.
The Wildkats also had an advantage in the rebounding department, grabbing 41
to 24 for the hosts. In second chance points, the Kats outscored the Panthers
13-2.
The Kats did a nice job of taking care of the basketball as they committed just
seven turnovers for the game.
Sebree led Kokomo in scoring. The senior was 10-of-18 from the field and
made his only free throw for 22 points. Erik Bowen started his junior year with
a strong effort. He had 11 points and 12 rebounds.
Evan Warden was the lone Western player in double figures, scoring 12.
Where did Andrew Luck play his college football?
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
Mississippi State
Ole Miss
Alabama
Texas A&M
Michigan
Ohio State
Stanford
UCLA
Ball State
Answer appears at the bottom of the page.
When was the last time the KHS boys’ basketball team won by 50 or more points?
Answer will appear in the next Kat Chatter.
Answer to the last Wildkat Trivia
What was the original seating capacity for Memorial Gym?
7012
This Week in Wildkat Country
SPORT
OPPONENT
LOCATION
TIME
Tuesday, November 26
Wrestling (Boys JV)
Basketball (Boys Fr)
Basketball (Girls JV)
Basketball (Girls V)
Westfield
Marion
Harrison
Harrison
Westfield
Marion
Harrison
Harrison
5:30 PM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
7:30 PM
Wednesday, November 27
Basketball (Boys JV)
Basketball (Boys V)
Western
Western
Memorial Gym
Memorial Gym
6:00 PM
7:30 PM
Memorial Gym
Memorial Gym
12:00 PM
1:30 PM
Thursday, November 28
Happy Thanksgiving!!
Friday, November 29
No athletic events are scheduled.
Saturday, November 30
Basketball (Girls JV)
Basketball (Girls V)
Muncie Central
Muncie Central
N.C.C. Student-Athlete of the Week
Anh Pham, Craig Simon
Anh Pham and Craig Simon are the top senior female and male athletes,
respectively, that lettered in a fall sport. Anh, a soccer player, is ranked fourth in the
senior class of 467 and carries a GPA of 11.787. Craig, a tennis player, is eighth in
the class with a GPA of 11.511.
KHS Web Favorites
KHS Athletics
www.kokomohighschoolsports.com
Kokomo Tribune
http://www.kokomotribune.com/
Sports Journal of Central Indiana
www.indianasportsjournal.com
WIOU – Radio broadcasts
www.ihigh.com/wiousports
Kokomo Herald Sports
http://theheraldsports.com
Kokomo Perspective – Streaming Video Webcasting
www.kokomoperspective.com
Kat Chatter Archives
http://www.kokomoschools.com/Khssc/athletic/KC/KatChatter.htm
HOW DO WE GET THERE?
http://www.nccsports.org/Directions/Directions.htm

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