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Girls swimming
Lady Pilgrims compete at NLCs
Plymouth’s girls swim team competed in the preliminary round of the Northern Lakes Conference meet Thursday at Concord.
Top finisher for the Lady Pilgrims was Megan Senter, who claimed an 11th place result in the 500 free and a 13th place finish in the 200 free, while Katelyn Brown was 12th in the breaststroke.
Lauren Page finished 15th in the backstroke, and Layne Holloway was 15th in the 100 free and 16th in the 50 free. Lexi Fetters finished 17th in the butterfly,
The final round of the NLCs takes place Saturday at 9 a.m.

Girls basketball
Argos tops No. 3 OD
Argos held Oregon-Davis to just four points in the fourth quarter, and the Lady Dragons claimed a convincing 63-44 win over the Class A No. 3 Bobcats at home Thursday.
Jami Patterson knocked down four 3s en route to a game-high 23 points, while teammate Kayla Prochno finished with 20 for Argos.
OD was led by 17 points from Ashley Campbell, who fouled out at the game, while Alisha McIntosh put up 11 for OD, which scuffled to a 7-for-23 mark at the foul line.
Argos improves to 11-4, while OD slips to 12-3. OD travels to Villa Park, Ill. to take on Mount Prospect Saturday at 2:30 p.m., while Argos hosts Bremen in the opening round of Bi-County Tournament play next Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.
• ARGOS 63, OREGON-DAVIS 44
At Argos
Score by quarters
OD: 14 28 40 44
Argos: 16 29 43 63
OREGON-DAVIS (44): Ashley Campbell 7 1-5 17, Katie Schwenk 2 1-2 7, Alisha McIntosh 3 4-12 11, Lincy Jones 1 0-0 2, Ali Stout 0 0-0 0, Kendra Sauer 0 0-0 0; Totals: 16 7-23 44.
ARGOS (63): Jami Patterson 7 5-7 23, Carly McCay 0 4-4 4, Karlee VanDerWeele 1 0-0 3, Shelby Sanders 1 0-0 2, Amanda Middleton 1 0-0 2, Libby Moyer 4 1-4 9, Kayla Prochno 9 2-7 20; Totals: 23 12-20 63.
3-point goals: Oregon-Davis 5 (Schwenk 2, Campbell 2, McIntosh), Argos 5 (Patterson 4, VanDerWeele); Fouls (fouled out): Oregon-Davis 18 (Campbell), Argos 19 (none).
Records: Argos 11-4, OD 12-3

Wrestling
Plymouth wins on Senior Night
Plymouth claimed a 56-18 Senior Night win over visiting Northern Lakes Conference foe Concord at home Thursday.
Senior Ian Horvath won by forfeit at 160, while fellow Rockies upperclassman Jacob Segraves won by pinfall at 220.
Ryan MacLain won by pinfall at 113, and Aaron Houin recorded a pin at 182, while Kam Markovich and Steven Abair both won major decisions at 120 and 132, respectively.
Plymouth will wrestle in the Northern Indiana Conference Tournament Saturday.
• PLYMOUTH 56, CONCORD 18
At Plymouth
106: DeLawerence Gayfield (C) pin John Mills :34; 113: Ryan MacLain (P) pin Jake Wesley 1:34; 120: Kam Markovich (P) major decision Henry Zelaya 16-8; 126: Luke Schumacher (P) win by FF; 132: Steven Abair (P) major decision C.J. Perry 15-6; 138: Brendan Smith (C) decision John Stillson 4-1; 145: Marcus Williams (C) pin Nolan Wright 5:51; 152: Leandro Rodriguez (C) decision Logan Wiegand 7-3; 160: Ian Horvath (P) win by FF; 170: Jacob Pearson (P) win by FF; 182: Aaron Houin (P) pin Michael Rockenbaugh 2:55; 195: Corey Wallace (P) win by FF; 220: Jacob Segraves (P) pin Tyler Wilson 1:31; 285: DeAndre Pickford (P) win by FF.
Record: Plymouth 10-10 (2-5 NLC)

8th grade boys basketball
Lincoln 8th routs Culver
The Lincoln eighth grade boys basketball team traveled to Culver on Thursday night and defeated the Cavaliers 58-24.
The Red Storm (15-2) was too much for the Cavaliers too handle, as they amassed 51 points through three quarters and limited the Cavaliers to 13. Steve Helm led the Red Storm with 12 points, and Cam Eveland and Matt Friar each added nine points. Jack Barron and Braydon Davidson netted seven each for the Red Storm.
Lincoln travels to Lakeville on Saturday to battle LaVille, Bremen and Triton in a four-way tournament.

7th grade boys basketball
Lincoln 7th uses big 4th to beat Culver
The Lincoln seventh grade boys basketball team used a 24-6 fourth quarter to overcome a sluggish start and defeat the Culver Cavaliers 41-31.
Lincoln trailed the entire game until David Bacon made a big 3-pointer midway through the fourth quarter to put the Redstorm up 25-23. Nick Felke made eight of nine free throws down the stretch and tallied 13 of his 16 points in the fourth quarter. Travis Owen chipped in with a season-high nine points.  
Lincoln now stands 14-3 on the season heading into a tournament at LaVille on Saturday.  

Men’s college basketball
Chargers can’t complete comeback
The Ancilla College men’s basketball team saw its comeback bid fall short in a 76-72 loss to MCCAA Western Conference rival Lansing Community College on Wednesday at the LifePlex in Plymouth.
The Chargers (6-7, 0-3 MCCAA Western) cut a nine-point halftime deficit to two with 1:51 remaining in the game. However, two consecutive possessions to tie or take the lead came up empty, and two free throws with 1.3 seconds remaining by Lansing’s Cameron Sanchez sealed Ancilla’s fate.
Andre Hampton led Ancilla with 18 points while Jordan Coe finished with 17, including Ancilla’s last nine points of the game. Marc Constable added 16 points.
Ancilla found itself shorthanded with only eight players dressed for Wednesday’s game. Understandably, the offense struggled to find a consistent rhythm.
The Chargers managed just nine assists on the night while committing 17 turnovers.
Ancilla will resume play on Friday when they travel to Benton Harbor, Mich., to play MCCAA Western Conference rival Lake Michigan College. Tipoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. EDT.

Women’s college basketball
Lady Chargers narrowly miss 1st win
The Ancilla College women’s basketball team let a double digit lead slip away in a 67-65 loss to MCCAA Western Conference rival Lansing Community College.
The Lady Chargers (0-12, 0-3 MCCAA Western) led by 11 midway through the second half but were unable to capitalize on the advantage.
Ancilla’s Brittany Cook had a chance to win it at the buzzer, but her running effort from half court caromed off the backboard and rim, sending the Lady Chargers to their 12th loss of the year.
Cook finished with 21 points on the night while Natasha Ware and Katrina Vannoy each finished with double-doubles in scoring and rebounds. Ware contributed 14 points and 12 rebounds while Vannoy added 10 points and 12 rebounds.
Rebecca Bunkowfst added 12 points for Ancilla.
Beason stressed an overreliance on the three-point shot and the inability to defend the paint as primary factors in her team’s loss.
The Lady Chargers will resume MCCAA Western Conference play on Friday when they travel to Benton Harbor, Mich., to play NJCAA No. 17 Lake Michigan College. Tipoff is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. EDT.