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January 11, 2012

Boys basketball
Vikings slay Dragons
Tippecanoe Valley’s Tanner Andrews scored a game-high 22 to power the Vikings to a 51-39 defeat of the host Dragons at Argos Tuesday.
Cain Thorne put up 11 points to lead Argos, while Dominic Cataldo finished with eight points and five steals.
Argos hosts Oregon-Davis Friday at 8 p.m.
• TIPPECANOE VALLEY 51, ARGOS 39
At Akron
Score by quarters
Argos: 11 19 25 39
TV: 14 24 32 51
ARGOS (39): Cain Thorne 4 2-5 11, Dominic Cataldo 3 0-2 8, Taylor Ogle 2 2-2 7, Max Bailey 2 0-1 5, Ben Carter 2 0-0 4, Brian Snyder 1 0-0 2, Casey Johnson 1 0-0 2; Totals: 15 4-10 39.
TIPPY VALLEY (51): Tanner Andrews 10 2-3 22, Jeff Tillman 5 1-2 12, Nick Kindig 3 3-3 9, Jacob Ritchey 3 1-2 8, Alex Thacker 0 0-0 0, Tyler Swain 0 0-0 0, Robby Groom 0 0-0 0, Derrick Cunningham 0 0-0 0; Totals: 21 7-12 51.
3-point goals: Tippy Valley 2 (Tillman, Ritchey), Argos 5 (Cataldo 2, Thorn, Ogle, Bailey); Turnovers: Tippy Valley 11, Argos 13; Rebounds: Tippy Valley 20 (Andrews 6), Argos 18 (Carter 5); Steals: Tippy Valley 6 (Kindig 3), Argos 10 (Cataldo 5); Fouls (fouled out): Tippy Valley 17 (none), Argos 16 (none).
Records: Argos 2-8, Tippy Valley 8-3

Girls basketball
New Prairie hands Lady Trojans 1st NSC loss
New Prairie rallied from a slow start to hand Triton its first Northern State Conference loss 41-39 at The Trojan Trench Tuesday.
The Lady Cougars overcame a 13-4 first quarter to outscore the host Trojans in every subsequent period and remain unbeaten at 4-0 in NSC play.
Triton was led by Taylor Hatfield’s 13 points, while Megan Howdeshell finished with 11 points and six rebounds.
New Prairie was led by Madison Cogy’s 15 points and nine rebounds, while Samantha Emerick finished with 11.
The Trojans slip to 9-4 overall with a 3-1 conference mark and will hit the road for another NSC game at Culver Friday at 7:30 p.m.
• NEW PRAIRIE 41, TRITON 39
At Bourbon
New Prairie: 4 18 28 41
Triton: 13 24 30 39
NEW PRAIRIE (41): Lexi Buford 0 0-0 0, Courtney Spencer 2 2-2 7, Samantha Emerick 4 0-0 11, Madison Cogy 6 3-3 15, Brooke Kresca 1 0-0 2, Katie Buford 0 0-0 0, Kelsey Prestin 1 1-2 3, Mckenzie Behm-Staveley 1 0-0 3; Totals: 15 6-7 41.
TRITON (39): Kaelyn Mason 0 0-0 0, Taylor Hatfield 4 5-5 13, Breanna Lemler 0 0-0 0, Krystal Sellers 1 1-2 4, Mallorie Jennings 0 0-0 0, Shana Anderson 4 0-0 9, Megan Howdeshell 5 1-3 11; Totals: 15 7-10 39.
3-point goals: New Prairie 5 (Emerick 3, Spencer, Behm-Staveley), Triton 2 (Sellers, Anderson); Turnovers: New Prairie 19, Triton 11; Rebounds: New Prairie 29 (Cogy 9), Triton 18 (Howdeshell 6); Steals: New Prairie 3, Triton 6 (Lemler 3); Assists: New Prairie 11 (Spencer 5), Triton 13 (Hatfield 2, Lemler 2, Ky. Mason 2, Anderson 2, Howdeshell 2); Fouls (fouled out): New Prairie 13 (none), Triton 13 (none).
Records: Triton 9-4 (3-1 NSC), New Prairie 6-8 (4-0 NSC)

OD routs Glenn
Oregon-Davis jumped out to a 26-12 lead at the first quarter break and never looked back in a 76-41 rout of visiting John Glenn at The Den Tuesday.
Ashley Campbell led all scorers with 28 points, while Alisha McIntosh finished with 25 for the Lady Bobcats, who improve to 12-2 with their second straight win.
Glenn was led by 11 points each by Kyler Columbia and Erin Patterson, while Loren Vukovits finished with a balanced 10 points for the Falcons, who fall to 3-11.
OD resumes play at Argos tonight at 7 p.m., while John Glenn hits the road for Northern State Conference foe Bremen Friday at 6 p.m.
• OREGON-DAVIS 76, JOHN GLENN 41
At Hamlet
Score by quarters
Glenn: 12 21 29 41
OD: 26 41 65 76
GLENN (41): Kyler Columbia 11, Morgan Eggleston 2, Erin Patterson 11, Natalie Shetler 5, Sarah Traversa 2, Loren Vukovits 10.
OD (76): Jesse Averone 5, Ashley Campbell 28, Ashley Clark 2, Haley Collings 4, Lincy Jones 4, Alisha McIntosh 25, Katie Schwenk 8.
Records: OD 12-2, Glenn 3-11

Rochester halts Bremen run
Rochester stopped a two-game skid while handing Bremen its first loss in six games, 56-35 at Rochester Tuesday.
Jenna Pfeiffer led Bremen with nine points as the Lady Lions slid to an even 7-7 on the season.
Rochester was paced by Jenna Crispen’s 17, while Rylie Holland scored 11 to push the Zebras to 10-5 on the season.
Bremen hosts Northern State Conference opponent John Glenn Friday at 6 p.m.
• ROCHESTER 56, BREMEN 35
At Rochester
BREMEN (35): Alyssa Bailey 0, Brooke Baker 1, Kailee Feldman 6, Shayna Graverson 0, Jenessa Morris 5, Jenna Pfeiffer 9, Allison Shorter 0, Sara Slabaugh 5, Brooke Snyder 4, Megan Stouder 5.
ROCHESTER (56): Jenna Crispen 17, Rylee Holland 11, Raeann Hunter 2, Abbie Malchow 9, Lindsay Mitchell 0, Karli Murphy 1, Breanne Paulik 2, Riley Pfeiffer 0, Kaelee Smith 6, Leighnee Smith 2, Alanie Sroufe 6.
Records: Bremen 7-7, Rochester 10-5

Boys swimming
Plymouth falls to Chargers
The Pilgrims fell 112-67 in a Northern Lakes Conference meet on the road at Elkhart Memorial Tuesday.
Brady Ruffing and Jordan Wendel went one-two in the diving competition for the Pilgrims, while Jared Hill won the 500 free and finished second in the 200 free, and Tom Serf won the backstroke for Plymouth.
• ELKHART MEMORIAL 112, PLYMOUTH 67
At Elkhart
200 medley relay: 1. Memorial (Ben Weingart, Austin King, Dylan Cook, Ryan Wirt) 1:52.33; 2. Plymouth, 1:59.19; 200 freestyle: 1. Justin Arbaugh (EM) 2:02.04; 2. Jared Hill (P) 2:02.42; 200 individual medley: 1. Ben Weingart (EM) 2:09.95; 2. Austin King (EM) 2:28.57; 50 freestyle: 1. Dylan Cook (EM) :23.33; 2. Tristen Singleton (E) :25.85; Diving: 1. Brady Ruffing (P) 149.3; 2. Jordan Wendel (P) 120.6; 100 butterfly: 1. Joe Rasberry (EM) 1:04.09; 2. Chris Windbigler (EM) 1:08.39; 100 freestyle: 1. Dylan Cook (E) :50.78; 2. Blake Milliser (P) :57.48; 500 freestyle: 1. Jared Hill (P) 5:43.8; 2. Erik Buchar (EM) 5:47.92; 200 freestyle relay: 1. Memorial (Austin King, Joe Rasberry, Tristen Singelton, Dylan Cook) 1:41.53; 2. Plymouth, 1:46.67; 100 backstroke: 1. Tom Serf (P) 1:03.76; 2. Justin Arbaugh (E) 1:05.26; 100 breaststroke: 1. Ben Weingart (EM) 1:03.17; 2. Chris Windbigler (EM) 1:12.72; 400 freestyle relay: 1. Memorial (Joe Rasberry, Tristen Singleton, Justin Arbaugh, Ben Weingart) 3:46.91; 2. Plymouth, 3:54.1.

Girls swimming
Lady Pilgrims lose at Memorial
Plymouth’s girls suffered a 113-68 Northern Lakes Conference setback at Elkhart Memorial Tuesday.
Layne Holloway won both the 50 and 100 free, while Lauren Page won the backstroke and butterfly, Katelyn Brown won the breaststroke, and Alayna Holmquest won the diving competition for the Lady Pilgrims.
• ELKHART MEMORIAL 113, PLYMOUTH 68
At Elkhart
200 medley relay: 1. Memorial (Mallory Rocole, Kelley Cline, Carlie Manges, Delaney Gilbert) 2:14.07; 2. Plymouth, 2:19.38; 200 freestyle: 1. Holly Himes (EM) 2:14.13; 2. Megan Senter (P) 2:19.03; 200 individual medley: 1. Carlie Manges (EM) 2:37.74; 2. Taylor Kendall (E) 2:42.43; 50 freestyle: 1. Layne Holloway (P) :29.01; 2. Delaney Gilbert (EM) :29.3; Diving: 1. Alayna Holmquest (P) 209.4; 2. Ally Roskos (EM) 198.0; 100 butterfly: 1. Lauren Page (P) 1:14.04; 2. Carlie Manges (EM) 1:15.64; 100 freestyle: 1. Layne Holloway (P) 1:02.13; 2. Lexi Manges (EM) 1:04.97; 500 freestyle: 1. Holly Himes (EM) 5:53.9; 2. Megan Senter (P) 6:10.27; 200 freestyle relay: 1. Memorial (Lexi Manges, Shannon Gunn, Delaney Gilbert, Holly Himes) 1:57.67; 2. Plymouth, 2:00.05; 100 backstroke: 1. Lauren Page (P) 1:13.29; 2. Mallory Rocole (EM) 1:16.67; 100 breaststroke: 1. Katelyn Brown (P) 1:24.28; 2. Kelley Cline (E) 1:24.49; 400 freestyle relay: 1. Memorial (Shannon Gunn, Carlie Manges, Jasmine Shaffer, Holly Himes) 4:23.09; 2. Plymouth, 4:26.93.

Men’s college basketball
Jones basket lifts Ball State to win
Senior forward Jarrod Jones scored the game-winning basket with 0.6 seconds left to lift the Cardinals to a 70-68 victory over Mid-American Conference over Toledo Tuesday night at Savage Arena.
The Cardinals outscored the Rockets 10-4 over the final 1:59 with numerous clutch plays down the stretch to improve their record to 10-4 on the season and 2-0 in MAC play.
Plymouth alum Randy Davis ended the night with six points, five assists, three rebounds and three steals in the all-around effort as he led Ball State to 16 assists overall in the victory.
Jones continued his MAC Player of the Year-caliber season as he finished with a game-high 22 points and eight rebounds. The game marked his eighth game this season of at least 20-plus points and his second straight in MAC play. He finished the game shooting 7-of-11 from the field and was a perfect 7-of-7 from the free throw line.
Ball State returns to Worthen Arena Saturday afternoon as it hosts Eastern Michigan. Tip-off is set for 2 p.m.

Ancilla’s Hampton scores 46 in loss
Ancilla College freshman Andre Hampton’s 46 points weren’t enough as the Chargers suffered a 101-86 loss at Jackson Community College on Monday.
Hampton finished 13-of-23 from the floor, including 10-of-14 from beyond the arc, to lead all scorers.
Ancilla (6-6, 0-2 MCCAA Western) has now lost three in a row, including its first two conference games.
According to Ancilla head coach Greg Neeley, Jackson’s full court press throughout the game gave his team fits all night.
The Chargers were only down one point midway through the second half, but a 10-0 run by Jackson ended any hopes of a conference victory on the road.
Jordan Coe was the only other Ancilla player to reach double figures in scoring with 12 points.
The Chargers will resume play on Wednesday when they host MCCAA Western Conference rival Lansing Community College. Tipoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. EDT at the LifePlex in Plymouth.

Women’s college basketball
Jackson’s offense too much for Chargers
The Ancilla College women’s basketball team lost in a high scoring affair at Jackson Community College on Monday by the score of 145-73.
The Lady Chargers (0-11, 0-2 MCCAA Western) struggled to contain Jackson’s “Grinnell-style” offense and full-court press throughout the game.
The Jets (8-7, 1-2 MCCAA Western) forced 57 Ancilla turnovers and attempted 115 shots throughout the contest, forcing the Lady Chargers to play at a much faster pace than they were accustomed to.
Jackson has now scored over 100 points in eight of the 15 games they have played this season.
Brittany Cook led Ancilla with 21 points while Katrina Vannoy finished with 19 points and nine rebounds on the night.
Natasha Ware added 14 points and 14 rebounds while Allison Bowman finished with 10 points for Ancilla.
The Lady Chargers will resume MCCAA Western Conference play on Wednesday when they host Lansing Community College. Tipoff is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. EDT at the LifePlex in Plymouth.

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