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 Hurford’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.
Max Bailey put up 10 to lead the Dragons, while Dom Cataldo and Casey Johnson each chipped in eight points, and Taylor Ogle scored six for Argos, which slips to 3-8.
• OREGON-DAVIS 47, ARGOS 45 OT
Score by quarters
Argos: 10 21 32 41 47
OD: 7 13 26 41 45
ARGOS (45): Taylor Ogle 6, Dom Cataldo 8, Casey Johnson 8, Derek Smith 0, Max Bailey 10, Brian Snyder 4, Ricky Rice 4, Taylor O’Dell 0, Derrick Jensen 0, Jordan Norris 0, Ben Carter 4, Alex Blum 0; Totals: 16 6-10 45.
OD (47): Zach Johnston 11, Dalton Taylor 4, Matt Minix 0, Carl Schnekenburger 5, Justin Fields 0, Bryce Kessler 0, Sam Seese 0, Blake Hurford 17, Joel Worthington 10; Totals: 20 5-12 47.
3-pointers: Argos 3 (Bailey 2, Snyder), OD 2 (Johnston, Hurford); Fouls (fouled out): OD 11 (none), Argos 16 (none).
Records: OD 1-9, Argos 3-8
Lancers trump Knox
LaVille held Knox to five points in the final quarter, and the Lancers earned a 41-36 Northern State Conference win in a boys/ girls doubleheader on the road Friday.
Nicholas Amor scored a game co-leading 14 points for the Lancers, and Andrew Hostetler put up nine. Blake Berger finished with seven for LaVille, which improved to 7-3 overall and 2-1 in the NSC bouncing back from an overtime loss at Bremen Jan. 4.
Knox was led by Dylan Short’s 14. Brian Fulgheim scored eight, and Cody Scherer finished with seven for the Redskins, who slipped to 2-9 and 0-4 in the NSC.
• LaVILLE 41, KNOX 36
LaVille: 10 17 31 41
Knox: 7 17 31 36
LaVILLE (41): Cam Gurtner 0, Blake Berger 7, Landon Manuel 3, Ryan Bettcher 0, Jeff Haygood 4, Andrew Hostetler 9, Alec Baker 2, Nicholas Amor 14; Totals: 17 5-9 41.
KNOX (36): Dylan Short 14, Cody Scherer 7, Jared Crittenden 4, Brian Fulgheim 8, Curtis Hill 3, Adam Hansen 0; Totals: 14 1-2 36.
3-pointers: LaVille 2 (Hostetler), Knox 7 (Short 2, Scheder 2, Fulgheim 2, Hill); Fouls: LaVille 4, Knox 14.
Records: LaVille 7-3 (2-1 NSC), Knox 2-9 (0-4 NSC)
Knox claims NSC win vs LaVille
The Lady Lancers weren’t able to recover from a 13-4 third quarter by the Redkins, and Knox earned its first Northern State Conference win, 50-42 in the first game of a boys/ girls doubleheader at Harold Weinburg Gymnasium Friday.
Nikki Frasure finished with a game-high 20 points, and Sarah Coad followed up with 13 for Knox, which has now won four straight and improves to 5-10 overall with a 1-3 league mark.
Hannah Herbster put up 16 for LaVille, which slips to 7-7 and 3-2 in the NSC.
• KNOX 50, LaVILLE 42
Score by quarters
Knox: 13 19 32 50
LaVille: 8 16 20 42
LaVILLE (42): Katie Berger 5, Amanda Carbiener 9, Kyla Coblentz 0, Kelsey Gurtner 6, Hannah Herbster 16, Lynae Hostrawser 0, McKenzie Leed 6.
KNOX (50): Sarah Coad 13, Chelsea Collins 0, Azure Conner 0, Torie Elliott 0, Nikki Frasure 20, Kara Howard 5, Rachel Lenig 3, Miranda Shepherd 1, Kaitlin Zachary 8.
Records: LaVille 7-7 (3-2 NSC), Knox 5-10 (1-3 NSC)
Argos beats Glenn
The Argos girls bowling team beat John Glenn 19-1 Wednesday night to move their record to 7-4.
Abby Cohagan rolled a 181 in game one, and Jamie Ewing’s 190 paced the Lady Dragons in the second game.
The Lady Dragons compete next in a position round at Chippewa Bowl in South Bend on Wednesday.
• ARGOS 19, JOHN GLENN 1
Abby Cohagan 181-161, Chelsea Bradley 105-128, Jina Ewing 145-169, Jamie Ewing 134-190, Liz Hack 105, Brittani Brown 130
The Argos boys bowling team suffered an 18-2 setback to Mishawaka on Tuesday night.
Tyler Nelson rolled the high game in game one for the Dragons with a 155, and Juan Fajardo scored a 158 to lead the team in game two.
Argos’ next match is a position round at Chippewa Bowl in South Bend on Wednesday.
• MISHAWAKA 18, ARGOS 2
Brian Boberg 104-88, Noah Duff 116-117, Landon West 120-83, Juan Fajardo 129-158, Tyler Nelson 155-102
Jr. high boys basketball
Lincoln dominates doubleheader
The Lincoln seventh and eighth grade boys basketball teams traveled to Milford for a doubleheader Monday with the seventh grade winning by a dominant 68-15 margin and the eighth grade following up with a 48-23 win. The seventh grade Red Storm started off the evening by extending a 10-point lead in the first quarter a 27-point cushion at the half as the team’s stellar defense held Milford scoreless in the second quarter. The seventh graders then allowed only five5 total points in the second half.
Eleven players scored in the win as the team used its whole bench. Dylan Powell led all scorers with 18 points, and Kadin McCrammer and Payton Skirvin both added 10 points for the victors.
In the late game, the Red Storm eighth grade shook off some early shooting woes to dominate Milford after the half. Trailing 16-15 at the break, the visitors scored the first 19 points of the second half while holding Milford to just seven points in the second half.
Nick Felke led all scorers with 22 points and added five assists. John Gerard added seven points and held Milford’s leading scorer to half of his season average in the game.
Both teams return to action next Monday night when they host Indian Springs at 5 and 6 p.m.
Women’s college basketball
Lady Chargers drop contest to Lansing
The Ancilla College women’s basketball team lost a tough game 61-46 to Lansing Community College.
The Lady Chargers shot just 25 percent from the floor. They were tied with Lansing at the half but ran out of gas late as it was the team’s second game in three days playing with just five players.
Plymouth alum Brittany Himes screed a team-high 15 points, while Kaylia Richardson scored 13 points with 20 rebounds for Ancilla, and Sydney Beaune contributed 13 points and 10 rebounds.
The Lady Chargers slide to 3-8 overall and 0-2 in the MCCAA. They will continue MCCAA play when they host Lake Michigan College today with tipoff at 5:30 p.m.