Cougars Tip-Off Banquet

The South Decatur Cougars Basketball Tip-Off Banquet will be held at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 12 at the Westport Community Building (Main Street, Westport).

Tickets are $20 and available by calling Kendall Wildey at (812) 592-2261. Tickets are limited to the first 200.

Ticket includes a catered meal, introduction of staff and players, outlook on upcoming season and schedule. The guest speaker will be former high school coach and Indiana State Superintendent of Instruction Tony Bennett.

JCD hoops

Jac-Cen-Del’s seventh-grade boys basketball team fell to St. Louis 34-23.

For the Eagles, Blake Wagner led the way with a double double – 10 points, 11 rebounds and one steal. Darian Greishop added five points two rebounds and three steals. Brody Huff had three points and four steals. Logan Meyer scored three points. Neil Sullivan had two points, six boards and two steals. Beckham Comer finished with two steals.

The eighth-grade Eagles outscored St. Louis 21-5 in the middle quarters en route to a 38-30 victory.

For JCD, Carson Comer tallied nine points, two rebounds and one steal. Lane Carroll had eight points, 10 rebounds and four steals. Caden Kohlman had six points and one steal. Wyatt Comer added six points and four rebounds. Lane Simon had four points, three boards and one steal. Kellar Vachet had three points and two rebounds. Case Comer scored two points and Noah Jones had one rebound.

DNR stocks Coho salmon

A total of 80,896 Coho salmon were recently stocked in northern Indiana’s Lake Michigan tributaries.

Bodine State Fish Hatchery released 29,457 Coho salmon fingerlings measuring approximately 7.2 inches into Trail Creek.

An additional 51,439 Coho salmon fingerlings measuring approximately 6.6 inches were released into the East Branch of the Little Calumet River by Mixsawbah State Fish Hatchery.

Coho salmon stocked this fall will stay in the streams until next spring, when they will migrate to Lake Michigan. They will spend one to two years there feeding and maturing until they return to the streams where they were stocked for spawning.

Anglers should take care when fishing these areas. These fingerlings are currently under the legal size limit and are sensitive to being caught. If you are catching undersize Coho, consider moving to a different area of the stream or try switching your method of fishing. These new fish are crucial to the continued existence of the northwest Indiana trout and salmon fishery.

Contact Aaron Kirchoff at aaron.kirchoff@greensburgdailynews.com

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