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									               Kat Chatter
                Friday, April 30, 2010

 Thought for the day
     " We did not change as we grew older; we just
       became more clearly ourselves."-- Lynn Hall

 Kokomo 16, Lafayette Jeff 3 (6 innings)
 Lafayette Central Catholic 17, Kokomo 7
 Girls Tennis
 Kokomo 4, Northwestern 1
 JV Softball
 Lafayette Jeff 17, Kokomo 16
 JV Baseball
 Kokomo 23, Alexandria 0

                 Today’s Athletic Events

3:00PM Boys Varsity     Golf       Taylor      Away
The Wildkats got beat by Lafayette Central Catholic
last night by the score of 17-7. Four Wildkat pitchers
gave up 13 hits, walked 10, and hit two batters on the

Pete Keyes got the loss for the Wildkats pitching in
relief of Nick Lorenc, who failed to get an out in the
1st inning. The Wildkat pitchers struggled to find their
control all night and the Wildkat defense made three
errors behind them.

On offense the Kats jumped out to a 4-0 lead but then
disappeared on offense, only managing seven hits on
the night.

T.J. Weir led the Kats on offense hitting two home
runs. Weir had a two-run homer in the 1st inning and a
solo shot in the 2nd. Michael Reynolds also had two
hits in the game.

The Kats open up conference play Saturday at
Richmond in a doubleheader starting at 11a.m.

The Kats are 11-2 on the season. – Coach Edwards
The Lady Kats beat Lafayette Jeff last night on the
road. The 16-3 victory took six innings and pushed our
record to 7-3.

Carly Painter took the win in the circle with four
innings of work, while Christine Skaggs pitched clean
up the final two innings. The duo combined to allow
four hits and zero walks while striking out eight

Kokomo ripped 19 hits in the game with RBI or base
hit contributions from the entire lineup. Offensive
highlights: Painter went 4-for-4 with two doubles,
Kendra Ryker had a triple and three singles, Skaggs
had two doubles and a single, and Melissa Keller had
two hits.

Strong winds challenged both teams in the field.
Defensively Kokomo committed three errors to the
Broncho’s four.

The Lady Kats will travel to New Castle for conference
play Saturday. – Coach Tate
                         The Lady Kat tennis team improved their record to 4-2 on
                         the year with a solid performance against Northwestern at
                         home last evening.

                         Playing a tough three-set match and coming up victorious
                         at #1 singles was Emily Oldaker. She showed a lot of
                         determination as she gutted out this long match. Fiona
                         Gerber continued her strong play at #3 singles with 6-1, 6-3
                         win. Winning in straight sets were both doubles positions,
                         #1 Abby Hemmeger and Ashley Lobeck and #2 Madi
                         Waltemath and Kasie Hellmann. Losing a tough three-set
                         match was freshman Morgan Mohr at #2 singles. Morgan
                         is on the verge of putting some solid tennis together and
                         will be a strong part of our line up down the stretch.

                         The tennis team will be back in action early Saturday
                         morning facing Richmond at 9:00 at Muncie Southside then
                         will face off against Muncie Central on their home courts
                         following that match. We hope to notch a couple NCC
                         wins. - Coach Leavitt

    KHS All-Sports passes are not valid for this Saturday’s Kokomo Relays.
  Wildkat fans must purchase tickets to see the oldest continuous high school
track meet in the country. Teams from Crown Point, Kokomo, Maconaquah,
 Marion, Northwestern, Peru, Richmond, and Western will compete in boy’s
  track, while Kokomo, Marion, Noblesville, Northwestern, Peru, Richmond,
Warsaw, and Western will do battle in girl’s track. It will be an exciting day at
                            Walter Cross Field!!
As of April 27th, who is the top ranked women’s softball team in the NCAA?
    A.   Washington
    B.   UCLA
    C.   Michigan
    D.   Arizona
    E.   Arizona State
    F.   Florida
    G.   Texas

Answer appears at the bottom of the page.

      KHS Sports Term of the Day
  MOVE – in baseball, the pickoff motion of a pitcher. For instance, Joe
  Thatcher has a good move to first base.

                    WILDKAT TRIVIA
   What is the weight of the girl’s discus in high school?
         Answer will appear in the next Kat Chatter.
         Answer to the last Wildkat Trivia
   How high are the low hurdles?
   30 inches
              This Week in Wildkat Country

Friday, April 30
3:00PM Boys Varsity     Golf       Taylor                Away

Saturday, May 01
9:00AM Girls Varsity    Tennis     Mun Cent/Richmond     Away
10:00AM Boys Freshman   Baseball   Westfield (DH)        Home
11:00AM Boys Varsity    Baseball   Richmond (DH)         Away
11:00AM Boys JV         Baseball   West Lafayette (DH)   Home
11:00AM Girls Varsity   Softball   New Castle (DH)       Away
11:00AM Girls JV        Softball   New Castle (DH)       Away
11:30AM Boys Varsity    Track      Kokomo Relays         Home
11:30AM Girls Varsity   Track      Kokomo Relays         Home
1:00PM Boys Varsity     Golf       Taylor Invite         Away

Ariel Werner
Senior tennis player

Favorite subject in school:
Favorite athlete(s):
Tanith Belbin, Ben Agosto
Favorite Candy Bar:
Kit Kat
Favorite Color:
What I wish I drove:
Silver Volvo
Favorite Food:
Favorite Restaurant:
Favorite Dessert:
Favorite musical group/performer:
Taylor Swift
Favorite all-time movie:
Pirates of the Caribbean
Favorite TV Show:
The Vampire Diaries
Shoe Size:
Love to Trade Places for a day with:
Kristen Stewart
Talent I’d like to have:
Figure Skating
My interest(s) outside of sports:
Theater, reading, writing, singing, movies/actors
Where I see myself at age 30:
As a veterinarian
If you could have dinner with any three people, living or dead, who would they be?
Jesus, Stephenie Meyer, J.K. Rowling
Emily Bays
Senior tennis player

Favorite subject in school:
Favorite professional sports team(s):
Chicago Cubs
Favorite athlete(s):
Derrek Lee
Favorite Candy Bar:
Favorite Color:
What I drive:
Buick Regal
What I wish I drove:
Favorite Food:
Least Favorite Food:
Favorite Restaurant:
Favorite Dessert:
Ice Cream
Favorite all-time movie:
Favorite TV Show:
Shoe Size:
Love to Trade Places for a day with:
Bill Gates
Where I see myself at age 30:
Married, graduated from college
    N.C.C. Student-Athlete of the Week
                            Nick Franklin
          Nick, a senior, went 4-for-4 with a pair of doubles and
           two RBIs as the Kats defeated Class 3A, 3rd-ranked

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