March 7, 2024 at 2:13 p.m.

Schwieterman named to All-Freshman Team

JCHS graduate scores spot


Renna Schwieterman had her ups and downs during her freshman campaign for the Purdue Fort Wayne women’s basketball team.

As Schwieterman and the Mastodons march into the postseason, she was recognized by the conference for the year she’s had.

The Jay County High School graduate scored 16 points against the Green Bay Phoenix to help solidify a spot on the Horizon League All-Freshman Team.

After averaging 6.4 points per game, reaching double figures five times in conference play and putting up the most points for a Purdue Fort Wayne freshman since 2016 (28 points against Great Lakes Christian), Schwieterman was honored as one of the top five freshmen in the conference by being selected to the All-Freshman Team.

In the final three regular season games, Schwieterman scored 16 points against Green Bay, three points at IUPUI and two against Youngstown State.

Over the three game stretch, the JCHS graduate totaled 12 rebounds and three steals.

The Mastodons enter the Horizon League tournament as the No. 3 seed, and their first matchup is with sixth-seeded Detroit Mercy on Thursday.


Cale Rammel

FRHS — 2023

Scored 13 points off the bench for the Ohio Christian University Trailblazers in a 89-76 loss to Shawnee State in the River State Conference tournament quarterfinals on Feb. 28.

Rammel played 22 minutes in the loss and shot 6-for-13 from the field (46.2%) to tally 13 points. He ended as the Trailblazers’ second-leading scorer, only behind Levi Seiler with 33.

Along with his scoring, Rammel grabbed six rebounds, dished out two assists and had a steal.

The week prior, Rammel scored only two points on three shot attempts in a 76-67 loss to Alice Llyod College on Feb. 24. He added two rebounds and two assists as well.

The freshman finished the season averaging 6.3 points per game while shooting 45.5% from the field, which was the third highest on the team.


Eliza Bader

Jay County — 2021

Swam in three events at the Mid-American Conference Championships on Feb. 28.

Bader competed in the 100-yard butterfly, 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle for the Ball State women’s swim team, who finished fifth of eight teams with 330 points. Akron won the conference meet with 812.5 points.

Bader’s best finish came in the 100 butterfly, where she earned a time of 57.1 seconds, 0.66 faster than her seed time. The Jay County High School graduate finished 24th of 28 swimmers, but needed to be in the top eight to make the final or top 16 for the consolation.

In the 50 freestyle, Bader swam a 24.1 seconds time (a 0.33 second cut) to claim 30th place out of 43.

Despite cutting 3.21 seconds off of her seed time in the 100 freestyle, Bader’s time of 53.54 seconds only helped her climb to 31st of 35 tankers.


Alli Vaughn

FRHS — 2021

Played in two of the final three games for the IU-East women’s basketball team to wrap up her junior season.

Vaughn only took one shot between the two appearances. She hit the 3-point attempt in the Red Wolves' 88-68 loss to Oakland City on Feb. 28 in the River State Conference tournament quarterfinals. During her eight minutes on the floor, she also had an assist.

Vaughn also played seven minutes without taking a shot on Feb. 24’s 72-60 loss at Midway. While she didn’t attempt a shot in the contest, she contributed two assists and a rebound.


Olivia Patch

FRHS — 2020

Saw the floor for six minutes in the final game of the regular season for the Hillsdale women’s basketball team.

Patch didn’t attempt a shot in the 85-56 win over Ursuline, but she did record two offensive rebounds, an assist and a block.

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