Charles Smith, his son Scott Smith, Scott Bibler and Tony Elliott were killed Friday in an airplane crash at Oconee County, S.C., on their way to the Notre Dame-Clemson football game. Zac Capps is a senior at Tippecanoe Valley High School and Sentinel intern. He offers here a personal perspective of the mood and response at TVHS on Monday.
Former Tippecanoe Valley football coaches Charles Smith and Scott Bibler, Smith's son Scott and champion racecar driver died in a plane crash in Oconee County, South Carolina, Friday.
There were multiple reports of a plane crash in South Carolina Friday night and that the flight emanated from Warsaw and that there were no survivors. Federal Aircraft Registration details reported that the plane, a Piper Saratoga, was registered to Smith Family Aviation LLC, Warsaw.
In Manchester, the Rochester football team will face an opponent unlike any other they have faced this year: a team that passes more than it runs. That means stopping quarterback Bailey Ness and wide receiver Keelan Norwood. Norwood has 618 yards receiving this year; only one other receiver in the conference has even half as many.
ARGOS - Rhiley Shafer scored in the first half off a Jenna Schlarf assist on a free kick, but the Rochester girls soccer team lost to LaVille 8-1 in a Class 1A, Sectional 35 quarterfinal at Argos High School's Eugene Snyder Field Tuesday.
The 29th Bell game is the one that will live in infamy.
Rochester defeated Tippecanoe Valley 17-10 Friday to keep the Bell in black and gold for another year, but that became unimportant when news spread throughout RHS' Barnhart Field that a plane had crashed in Oconee County, S.C.
CLEVELAND (AP) - Setting a combative tone from the start, billionaire businessman Donald Trump took the spotlight in the first Republican presidential debate, declaring he would not commit to supporting the party's eventual nominee and would not rule out running as a third-party candidate.