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February 12th, 2014

3rd time’s the charm for Bremen vs LaVille

February 12, 2014

ALBION — There’s an old adage among coaches that one of the toughest things to do is to beat a team three times in a single year. Case in point: Bremen versus LaVille.
After two convincing wins by the Lancers in regular-season play, the third time proved the charm for the Lady Lions as they earned a Sectional 35 reprisal over their NSC rivals Tuesday night, 55-36. Bremen thus advances to Westview — which drew the bye at the tournament — in the early semifinal Friday in Albion.

Triton, OD cruise into Sectional 51 semis

February 12, 2014

BOURBON — Oregon-Davis and Triton boiled down basketball to its simplest objective Tuesday — score points and lots of them.
In the Class A Girls Basketball Sectional 51 opener at The Trojan Trench, senior point guard Ashley Campbell paced four Lady Cats in double figures with a game-high 35 points to lead top-ranked OD to a 73-55 victory over South Central.
Meanwhile, host Triton, guided by junior guard Kylie Mason’s game-leading 21 points, landed all nine of its players in the scoring column en route to a 72-28 pounding of LaCrosse in the nightcap.

Tough losses for Glenn, CGA in sectional openers

February 12, 2014

WALKERTON — It was just opening night of the Class 3A girls basketball Sectional 19 tournament at John Glenn High School Tuesday night, but it had the feel of championship night.
South Bend St. Joseph showed why it is the tourney favorite, dispatching Culver Girls Academy in the opener 62-29, but the game of the night was between 15-game winners Glenn and Rochester in the nightcap.

February 10th

King's Male Athlete of the Week Carl Schnekenburger

February 10, 2014

Oregon-Davis’ Carl Schnekenburger dropped 21 points as the Bobcats won their second straight.

King's Female Athlete of the Week Eberle Miller

February 10, 2014

CGA’s Eberle Miller earned three state berths at the Warsaw Swim Sectional Saturday.

February 7th

Lady Pilgrims overcome slow start in NLC win over Goshen

February 7, 2014

PLYMOUTH — It was a little rough in the beginning, but in the end Plymouth’s Lady Pilgrims walked away with a win over NLC foe Goshen 46-39.
The weather wasn’t the only thing that was cold as Plymouth’s shooting in the first half suffered a little more for the time off and Goshen took advantage with some solid play to lead much of the first 16 minutes. After senior Dylan Holiday hit a bucket on the opening possession of the game, Plymouth led just twice more before the break.

Culver Academies’ Heckaman, Grant going DI

February 7, 2014

CULVER — While most of the attention on Signing Day centered around football, two Culver Academies students signed National Letters of Intent in track and rowing Wednesday.
Plymouth native Leah Heckaman, a throwing specialist for the Lady Eagles track team, and Tanner Grant, a member of CMA’s rowing team from Fort Wayne, signed on with the University of Cincinnati and Oklahoma City University, respectively.

Results 2-7

February 7, 2014

Girls swimming
PHS competes at Warsaw Sectional
The PHS girls swimmers turned in an strong performance at the Warsaw Sectional prelims Thursday after a hit-or-miss three weeks of practice with no meet.
Lexi Fetters moved up from eighth seed to the sixth seed in the finals of the 100 fly with a lifetime best time of 1:09.91. Fetters also qualified for consolation finals in the 200 IM.
Also qualifying for consoles was Jessica Drury in the fly, as well as all three Plymouth relays.

February 5th

Chargers for Change game raising money for breast cancer group

February 5, 2014

PLYMOUTH — Saturday will mark the fifth annual Chargers for Change fundraiser, as the men’s and women’s basketball teams of Ancilla College host the event.
The Ancilla Chargers will face off against the Red Hawks of Lake Michigan College in conjunction with Ounce of Prevention to raise money and awareness for breast cancer research and patient support.

Results 2-5

February 5, 2014

Boys basketball
Triton shoots down Argos
Triton’s boys basketball team knocked down 10-of-25 3-pointers on the way to a lopsided 69-39 win over visiting Argos in a game pushed forward to 5 p.m. due to weather Tuesday.
Skyler Reichert drilled five triples on his way to a game-high 19 points, while Tanner Shepherd finished with 17 and Joey Corder scored 12 in the win at the Trojan Trench.
Dominic Cataldo finished with 15 points to lead Argos, which played without usual starting point guard Taylor Ogle.
Triton improves to 8-5 with its fourth straight win. Argos slips to 8-5, meanwhile.

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