Archive - Jan 12, 2013 - Latest Sports
DUNLAP â€” It was not a thing of beauty, but Concordâ€™s Minutemen will take the win as they come away with an NLC home overtime victory over Plymouth by a final of 50-42.
It was a battle of big-time college recruits with Concordâ€™s Franko House â€” headed for Ball State University â€” squaring off against Plymouthâ€™s Mack Mercer, and statistically the match favored House, who had 17 points and 10 rebounds. However House was matched up most of the night with one Plymouth defender â€”Kyser McCrammer â€” while Mercer spent much of the night triple-teamed by various Concord defenders.
BOURBON â€” The Lady Trojans started off Homecoming night with a big 52-37 win over Northern State Conference foe Culver Community, but the Cavaliers earned the split with a nip-tuck 46-42 boys win over the host Trojans in an NSC doubleheader at the Trojan Trench Friday night.
CAVALIERS 46, TRITON 42
The Culver Community Cavaliers got a big win over conference foe Triton, 46-42 at the Trojan Trench behind 57 percent shooting from the field.
WALKERTON â€” The Lady Falcons regained some confidence with a 59-40 win, and the Lions closed strong in a 52-47 win over the host Falcons in a boys-girls doubleheader at The Aerie Friday night.
LADY FALCONS 59, LADY LIONS 40
John Glennâ€™s girls basketball team won 11 consecutive games earlier this season.
According to Glenn head coach Kyle Amor, though, the Lady Falconsâ€™ 59-40 Northern State Conference win over Bremen Friday in the opener at The Aerie counted as his teamâ€™s most significant conquest.
OD earns 1st win vs Argos
Oregon-Davis outscored Argos 6-4 in overtime, and the Bobcats earned their first win of the season with a 47-45 overtime win over the visiting Dragons Friday night.
Three players scored in double digits for OD led by Blake Hurfordâ€™s 17. Zach Johnston finished with 11 points, including four in the decisive extra period, and Joel Worthington put up 10 for the home team, which moved to 1-9.