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February 7th, 2012
Tuesday, Feb. 7
Glenn vs. St. Joe at New Prairie girls basketball sectional 7 p.m.
Bremen vs. Westview at Westview girls basketball sectional 7:30 p.m.
Argos vs. South Central at OD girls basketball sectional 6:30 p.m.
Mishawaka girls diving regionals 6 p.m.
Bremen boys swimming at Concord 6:30 p.m.
Culver Military Academy boys basketball at Elkhart Christian 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 8
CGA vs. Jimtown at New Prairie girls basketball sectional 6 p.m.
OD vs. Culver at OD girls basketball sectional 6:30 p.m.
Thursday, Feb. 9
Argos boys basketball vs Culver 7:30 p.m.
As the 37th Annual IHSAA Girls Basketball State Tournament gets under way tonight, several young teams take the field in Sectional 19 play at New Prairie, while a pair of surging players take the court in Sectional 35 play at Westview, and a Class A field containing three state-ranked squads will match up in Sectional 51 play at Oregon-Davis.
BREMEN â€” Bremen senior forward Jenna Pfeiffer as the girls District I Indiana Basketball Coaches Association/ Pacers-Fever Player of the Week for her performances during a pair of Lady Lions wins over Wawasee and Jimtown last week.
Argos' Cohagan, Ewing advance at regional
The Argos girls bowling team competed in the Michigan City Regional on Saturday.
The team finished in 10th place with a score of 2,034.
Competing for the girls were Brittani Brown, Liz Hack, Jina Ewing, Abby Cohagan, Jamie Ewing, and Chelsea Bradley.
Jamie Ewing and Cohagan will advance in singles play to the Fort Wayne Semistate this Saturday at Pro Bowl West. Ewing shot a 524 to finish 10th and advance out of regional, while Cohagan shot a 498 to advance in 15th place.
Plymouthâ€™s Joe Knapp scored 10 points with five rebounds, three steals and four assists running the point in a win over New Prairie Saturday.
Culver Girls Academyâ€™s Lauryn Robinson earned firsts in four different events to help lead the Lady Eagles to the team championship at the Warsaw Swim Sectional Saturday.
ROCHESTER â€” Coming into Saturdayâ€™s Rochester Wrestling Regional with a No. 2 state ranking, Abraham Hall was on a mission to prove himself.
The Bremen senior delivered a message that he was up to his Indianamat.com rating, earning a heavyweight championship with a 2-0 victory over Pennâ€™s Kade Maggert.
â€śAfter getting fourth the last two years and not really wrestling well, I wanted to make a statement that I deserved my ranking at number two,â€ť said Hall. â€śI felt like I actually needed to prove something, that I was as good as people believe me to be.â€ť
PLYMOUTH â€” Plymouth fell by the 3 in a disappointing double overtime loss at Goshen Friday, but it was a 3-pointer that gave the Pilgrims new life against New Prairie Saturday.
Ryan McNeilâ€™s buzzer-beating triple from the wing forced overtime, and Plymouth bounced back from its Northern Lakes Conference loss Friday with a 48-45 OT win over visiting New Prairie at The Rock Saturday.
McNeil scored 12 points to pace Plymouthâ€™s scorers, including seven in the final two frames to help lift the Pilgrims to a win over their Sectional 19 adversary.
BOURBON â€” LaVille boys basketball head coach Michael Edison said he considers Triton the best team in the Northern State Conference.
For one night, at least, the Lancers staked their claim to that honor.
Bolstered by Andrew Hostetlerâ€™s three treys during an 18-6 run to open the game, a capable team defensive performance, and senior forward Justin Bakerâ€™s all-around steady game, LaVille, which never trailed, held on for a 48-46 NSC win over Class A No. 4 Triton at the Trojan Trench Saturday.
CGA wins Warsaw Sectional
Culver Girls Academy won six events en route to the championship at the Warsaw Girls Swim Sectional Saturday.
The Lady Eagles put up 430 points to beat out host Warsaw by a convincing 430-375 margin, while Plymouth placed seventh with 163 points at the meet.
Lauryn Robinson led CGA with four state-qualifying swims as she won 50 and 100 freestyles and advanced in the 200 medley and 400 free relays with Eberle Miller, Rory Byrne and Jaclyn Schutjer.