Sports headlines 2005
Week of January 2
Fieldcrest girls easily defeated Dee-Mack Monday night, 52-25. The Knights were led by
Nicole Ropp with 13 points while Samantha Hall added 12 points as they improved their
record to 7-7.
Fieldcrest defeated El Paso-Gridley in overtime, 53-52, on a last second 3 pointer by Kurt Heider
at El Paso Tuesday night. Joshua Crone led the Knights in scoring with 20 points. The
Knights are now 9-2 for the season.
Dee-Mack handily defeated Fieldcrest, 71-47, Friday night at Minonk. Jarrod Cook was the top scorer
for Fieldcrest with 12 points while Kody Russell chipped in with 11 points for the cold-shooting Knights who
shot only 17 percent in the first half against the aggressive Dee-mack defense. Fieldcrest is now 9-3.
St. Bede of Peru defeated Fieldcrest girls, 62-32, Saturday night at Minonk. Kristen Ragusa and Sara Fluech
both had 12 points for Fieldcrest who are now 7-8 for the season.
Week of January 9
Fieldcrest beat Prairie Central in overtime, 69-67, after enjoying a big halftime lead at the IBCA Shootout
at Wenona Sunday. Jake Martin led the Knights with 16 points while Kody Russell had 14 points and Jarrod
Cook added 13. Joshua Krone and Michael Modro both had 9 points to round out the balanced scoring for the
Fieldcrest girls came from behind to down Lexington in overtime, 49-47, Monday night at Minonk. Sarah
Fluech led the Knights with 16 points and also pulled down 15 rebounds. Nicole Ropp had 8 points for
the Knights as they improved their record to 8-8.
Roanoke-Benson defeated Fieldcrest, 57-50, Tuesday night at Minonk. Kody Russell led the Knights (10-4) in scoring
with 10 points.
Fieldcrest crushed Tri-Point, 75-36, behind a 3 point rampage by Kody Russell who led the Knights with 19 points
Friday night at Cullom. Jarrod Cook had 16 points while Jake Martin added 12 points as the Knights improved
their record to 11-4.
Week of January 16
Eureka defeated Fieldcrest girls, 59-52, Monday night at Eureka. Samantha Hall led the Knights (8-10)
in scoring with 19 points while Sara Fluech had 9 points.
Eureka beat a cold Fieldcrest, 73-60, Tuesday night at Minonk. The Knights shot only 37 percent from the
field as their record fell to 11-5. Jarrod Cook was the Knights leading scorer with 15 points while
Kody Russell chipped in with 13 points.
Tri-Point trimmed Fieldcrest, 57-40, Thursday night at Minonk. Kristen Ragusa was the leading scorer
for Fieldcrest with 12 points while Nicole Ropp and Samantha Hall both chipped in with 9 points.
Week of January 23
Tri-Point defeated Fieldcrest girls, 63-47, Monday night. Sam Hall was the leading scorer
for the Knights with 12 points while Sara Fluech added 11 points.
Lexington topped Fieldcrest, 72-65, Tuesday night at Minonk. Joshua Krone was the leading
point getter for the Knights with 20. Jarrod Cook and Michael Modro each had 11 points
as the Knights record fell to 11-6.
Heyworth's defense shutdown Fieldcrest girls, 39-25, Thursday at Heyworth. Kristen Ragusa was the
top point getter for the Knights (9-12) with 8 points.
With an aggressive defense, Fieldcrest clobbered Flanagan, 51-21, Friday night at Flanagan. Kody Russell led the Knights(12-6)
with 18 points while Jake Martin chipped in with 13 points.