April 4, 2024 at 1:23 p.m.

Bruns helps IU-East to third-place finish

Collegiate Check-up


The Red Wolves' spring golf season started a little over a month ago.

Having competed in four competitions, Jalyn Bruns already looks to be in top form.

The 2022 Fort Recovery High School graduate finished 24th at the Trine Spring Classic at Zollner Golf Course to propel the IU-East women’s golf team to a third-place finish out of 13 teams.

The meet that took place on March 29 had 95 golfers competing, putting Bruns in the top quarter of competitors. She finished 13 strokes over par to finish behind teammates Liv Sanders (third place) and Brooklynn Cromwell (eighth place).

On Tuesday, Bruns golfed in The Northeast Tennessee Spring Shootout at The Johnsonville Country Club. Playing all 18 holes, Bruns shot a 177 (33 strokes over par) to tie for 25th place (there were 44 total golfers) with Sanders and Olivia Baker of University of Virginia at Wise.

The Red Wolves ended up finishing sixth out of eight teams.


Noah Arbuckle

Jay County — 2020

Picked up the win for the Huntington University’s baseball team on Saturday.

Arbuckle threw six innings in the start, giving up four runs on five hits. 

Despite giving up four walks and two home runs, the JCHS graduate struck out eight batters en route to the 8-5 victory over the Taylor Trojans. Taylor scored two runs in the first and two in the third, but Arbuckle locked them down for his final three innings. The Foresters (18-12) matched the two runs in the first and third, while also scoring one in the fifth to give Arbuckle the win.


Renna Schwieterman

Jay County — 2023

Scored two points as the Purdue Fort Wayne women’s basketball team’s season came to an end at the hands of the Saint Louis Billikens in the Super 16 round of the Women’s National Invitational Tournament.

Schwieterman scored two points in 20 minutes off the bench for the Mastodons (23-13). 

She shot 0-for-4 from the field, including 0-for-2 from 3-point range but managed to rip down six rebounds and dish out two assists. She was perfect from the free-throw line, going 2-for-2.


Sophie Pearson

FRHS — 2023

Logged her third career at bat for the Thomas More women’s softball team on Saturday.

Pearson entered the game at second base in the fourth inning of a 9-1 loss to Tiffin University. The Dragons already had a 7-0 lead at the point of Pearson’s entry.

Pearson’s only opportunity at the plate resulted in a swinging strikeout that ended the game in the fifth inning for the Saints (6-24).


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