Hayden Langkabel scored 15 points, pulled down seven rebounds and handed out two assists Wednesday for Marian in an 80-69 win at St. Francis (Ind.).
The win avenged a recent loss to St. Francis and improved the Knights to 16-4 this season and 6-4 against Crossroads League opponents.
On Saturday, Langkabel, a Morristown graduate, had 15 points, two rebounds and two steals in Marian’s 87-77 victory at Mt. Vernon Nazarene.
Here is a look at other Shelby County graduates competing at the collegiate level.
The Triton Central graduate had four points and one rebound Sunday for Loyola in a 63-34 loss at Rhode Island.
The Ramblers dropped to 6-12 this season and 1-4 in the Atlantic 10 standings.
The Morristown graduate was in the Hanover starting lineup Saturday against Manchester and scored three points, grabbed three rebounds and had three assists in a 76-75 loss.
On Wednesday, Crim had two points, three rebounds and one steal in Hanover’s 76-70 win over Transylvania.
The Panthers are 9-7 this season and 5-4 in Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference games.
The Triton Central graduate finished with two points, one rebound, five assists and two steals for Hanover Wednesday in a 69-44 loss to No. 2 Transylvania (17-0, 9-0 HCAC).
On Saturday, Heath collected seven points, seven rebounds, six assists and three steals in Hanover’s 73-53 victory over Manchester.
The Panthers are 10-5 overall and 7-1 in the HCAC standings.
The Morristown graduate scored 17 points Saturday and added three rebounds, five assists and three steals to his stat line in Oakland City’s 61-51 win at Carlow University.
Two days earlier, Moore had 11 points, three rebounds and three assists in an 84-65 loss at Point Park University.
Oakland City is 8-11 this season.
The Waldron graduate had two points and two rebounds Wednesday in Anderson’s 90-76 win at Miami-Hamilton.
Larrison finished with eight points and two rebounds Saturday in an 89-63 loss at Transylvania.
The Ravens are 10-6 this season.
The Shelbyville graduate finished runner-up in the one-meter diving competition and the three-meter event for Franklin College Saturday in a dual swim meet against DePauw.
Baker scored 265.95 points in the one-meter competition and 235.12 points in the three-meter event.
Franklin defeated DePauw, 165-129, to secure it first head-to-head win over DePauw.
The Southwestern graduate finished third in the women’s weight throw competition Saturday at the Robert H. Johnson Invite at Wabash College.
Tatlock’s best throw for Franklin College was 39 feet, 10.5 inches.
The Southwestern graduate placed fourth in the 200 meters (29.25 seconds) and won both the 60-meter hurdles (9.84) and the high jump (4-10.5) for Franklin College in the Robert H. Johnson Invitational.
The Shelbyville graduate finished 12th in the one-mile run for Manchester Friday in the Friday Night Spikes Opener at Rose-Hulman.
Fox crossed the finish line in 5:01.31.
The Shelbyville graduate finished 51st in the 60 meters (7.73) and 47th in the 200 (25.17) for Trine Saturday in Angola, Indiana, at the Sean Brady Alumni Invitational.
The Morristown graduate placed 21st in the 800 (2:15.76) for Trine Saturday in the Sean Brady Alumni Invitational.
The Shelbyville graduate placed 17th in the women's weight throw (41-3) for Trine Saturday in the Sean Brady Alumni Invitational hosted by Trine University.
The Shelbyville graduate finished seventh in the 60-meter hurdles (10.59) and 14th in the 200 (29.95) for Muskingum University Saturday in the school’s first ever indoor track and field meet at the Bullock Health and Wellness Complex in New Concord, Ohio.
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