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ARGOS â€” Argos girls soccer has been honored again as the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association (ICGSA) released the All-State awards for the 2011 soccer season.
The ICGSA and the Indiana Soccer Coaches Association (ISCA) separately select All-State teams. The academic awards are based on transcripts submitted by schools, and the athletic awards are the result of a vote taken at the All-State Meeting the day of the finals of the IHSAA tournament.
Menâ€™s college football
Wabash run ends with top-seeded Mount Union
Wabashâ€™s NCAA Division III tournament run ended Saturday with a tough 20-8 loss to top-seeded 10-time national champion Mount Union. The Little Giants close out an outstanding season at 12-1.
Tuesday, Dec. 6
Argos boys basketball vs LaVille 7:15 p.m.
Bremen swimming vs Goshen 5 p.m.
Glenn girls basketball vs Bethany Christian 7 p.m.
Plymouth swimming vs NorthWood 4:45 p.m.
Plymouth boys basketball vs South Bend St. Joe 7:30 p.m.
Triton boys basketball at North Miami 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Dec. 7
Culver girls basketball at CGA 7:30 p.m.
Culver wrestling vs LaVille 6 p.m.
Glenn wrestling at New Prairie 6 p.m.
Plymouth girls basketball at South Bend Washington 6 p.m.
Triton girls basketball vs Tippecanoe Valley 7:45 p.m.
Thursday, Dec. 8
Plymouth sophomore Mack Mercer scored a combined 38 points as the Pilgrims opened their season 2-0 last week.
Plymouth High School Class of 2009 graduate Alex Starr put up 42 points with 21 rebounds in a pair of wins for Purdue University Calumet last week, including her first career double-double against Judson University Wednesday.
PLYMOUTH â€” Culver Military Academy won nine of 10 events to continue its streak of championships, while Culver Girls Academyâ€™s short-handed squad took the title in its first-ever venture at the 29th Annual Pilgrim Relays Saturday at Plymouth High School.
Plymouth finished second a second straight year in the boys race, while the Lady Pilgrimsâ€™ placed third behind Rochester with just seven swimmers in a relay meet whose format rewards depth. North Judson was fourth in the girls meet, meanwhile.
PLYMOUTH â€” Plymouth turned up the tempo in the third quarter, and the Pilgrims ran away with the win in a 47-26 victory over Rochester Friday.
An 11-8 second quarter by the Zebras knotted the score at 15-all at the half, but Plymouth cranked up its intensity on the defensive end while showing greater patience in the offensive halfcourt to outscore the visitors 18-3 in the third frame and take a 34-18 advantage into the fourth period. The Pilgrims gapped the Zebras by 20 with 4:44 to go and coasted to the win at home at The Rock.
BREMEN â€” Bremenâ€™s boys basketball team dug just too big of a hole in its season opener against Goshen Friday night.
After falling behind by 16 points midway through the third frame, the Lions twice pulled within seven points, but the visiting Redskins answered each charge and knocked off Bremen 62-51.
Plymouth fans clap for the Pilgrims after their season-opening win at Triton Tuesday.
PLYMOUTH â€” Offensive and turnover woes continued to plague Plymouth, and the Lady Pilgrims lost their fourth straight with a 50-38 home defeat at the hands of Tippecanoe Valley at The Rock Thursday.
The Pilgrims (1-4) shot just 31 percent from the field with a 13-for-42 conversion rate, including a 1-for-9 clip in the first quarter as they fell behind 8-2 at the first quarter break. Plymouth fared little better at the foul line, reaching the stripe 14 times but converting on just 12 of 26 free throws.