February 1, 2024 at 1:53 p.m.
Collegiate Check-up

Schwieterman scores 11 points in 12 mintues

JCHS graduate efficient in Mastodons' loss to Cleveland State


Renna Schwieterman’s playing time and production has fluctuated throughout the season.

At times she's started, and in a few she’d only play single digit minutes.

She’s scored as many as 28 points, but also been blanked four times.

On Wednesday, she only needed 11 minutes to drop 12 points.

The 2023 Jay County High School graduate scored 14 points last weekend as the Purdue Fort Wayne women’s basketball team split a pair of games.

In Wednesday’s matchup against Cleveland State (a 70-60 loss), Schwieterman shot 4-for-7 from the floor and 3-for-3 at the free-throw line to total 11 points in only 12 minutes.

She also reeled in 4 rebounds and swiped away on ball during the game.

In the 62-55 win over Northern Kentucky on Jan. 27, Schwieterman managed to pull down one more rebound for five, while she only scored three points on 25% shooting (1-of-4).


Eliza Bader

Jay County — 2021

Competed in four events as the Ball State University women’s swim team dropped its first conference meet 219-81  to the Ohio Bobcats on Jan. 27.

Bader’s top individual performance came in the 100-yard butterfly, earning sixth place with a time of 1 minute, 0.73 seconds.

Her time of 1:01.56 had her finishing eighth in the 100 backstroke.

Bader swam the second leg of the 200 freestyle relay for the team that finished fourth in 1:41.34.

Her only other event was the 200 medley relay, in which she swam the butterfly. The team finished sixth (1:50.57).


Cale Rammel

FRHS — 2023

Slowed down after an appearance in the starting lineup as he only scored three points over the past week for the Ohio Christian men’s basketball team.

After starting on Jan. 23 — a game in which he had 12 points and eight rebounds in 26 minutes — he logged 12 minutes and three points in a 71-64 victory over Cincinnati-Clermont. He also had four rebounds and an assist.

On Tuesday, Rammel only played three minutes, in which he shot 0-for-1 from the field and pulled down two boards.


Olivia Patch

FRHS — 2020

Made her way back onto the floor, scoring three points over the last two games for the Hillsdale College women’s basketball team.

In a 76-68 loss to Northwood on Jan. 25, Patch saw two minutes of action, splitting a pair of free throws.

In Jan. 27’s 77-48 win against Cedarville, she played three minutes and scored two points.

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