Saturday, October 25, 2014
Loading...





ECA gets it down on the road at Fairfield

Elkhart Christian Academy improves to 11-3


Posted on Feb. 10, 2014 at 5:31 p.m.

BENTON — Ryan Kupferschmid scored 22 points for Elkhart Christian in a 52-48 victory over the Fairfield in boys basketball on Saturday, Feb. 8.

Cory Waycaster added 16 points and eight rebounds for the Eagles, who improved to 11-3.

The Falcons (9-6) were led by Joe Line with 15 points and Josh Stephens with nine. Line also contributed seven rebounds and four assists.

Elkhart Christian 52,

Fairfield 48

Elkhart — Ryan Kupferschmid 22, Cory Waycaster 16, Tanner Watson 6, Jude Allen 3, Drew Overmyer 3, Kenny Bearss 2, Steve Weaver 0. Totals: 14 16-24 52.

Fairfield — Joe Line 14, Josh Stephens 9, John Stack 6, Brock Goeglein 5, Marcus Rodes 5, Clay Bontrager 2, Kegan Showalter 0, Sam Brown 0, Mitch Dewitt 0. Totals: 15 10-13 48.

Scoring By Quarters

Elk. Christian — 12 11 17 12 — 52

Fairfield — 11 9 11 17 — 48

3-point goals: Elkhart (8) — Kupferschmid 5; Fairfield (8) — Stephens 3, Stack 2.

Rebounds: Elkhart (28) — Waycaster 8, Watson 6; Fairfield (21) — Line 7.

Assists: Elkhart (14) — Waycaster 4, Bearss 4; Fairfield (9) — Line 4.

Steals: Elkhart (4) Kupferschmid 2; Fairfield (5) — Rodes 2.

Turnovers: Elkhart 13, Fairfield 8.

Total fouls: Elkhart 13, Fairfield 20.

Records: Elkhart 11-3, Fairfield 8-6.

Next: Elkhart Christian at Bremen Monday, Feb. 10; Fairfield at Fremont Thursday, Feb. 13.


Recommended for You


 FILE - In this Nov. 20, 1964, file photo, Notre Dame coach Ara Parseghian, left, and team captain James Carroll are shown during a practice session in South Bend. Notre Dame was at rock bottom when Ara Parseghian took over 50 years ago. The Irish finished the season 2-7 in 1963 and the only thing that kept them from matching the worst record in school history set in 1956 was the game against Iowa was cancelled because of the assassination of John Kennedy.  (AP Photo/Charles Knoblock, File)

Posted at 4:07 a.m.

Posted on Oct. 25, 2014 at 12:27 a.m.
Back to top ^