Glenn advances through OD
John Glenn used a 14-5 third quarter to get out front by 13, and John Glenn handed host Oregon-Davis a 62-46 loss in the two teams’ boys Bi-County opener Tuesday night at The Den.
Jake Strong finished with 16, and Drew McDonald scored 11 to lead a balanced Glenn scoresheet which saw eight different players score for the Falcons’ second win.
Zach Johnston finished with a game-high 23 to lead OD, while Blake Hurford and Joel Worthington finished with 11 and 10 points, respectively for the home team.
Glenn advances to play Culver Community in the early semifinal at LaVille Friday night at 6:30 p.m.
• JOHN GLENN 62, OREGON-DAVIS 46
Score by quarters
Glenn: 15 28 42 62
OD: 10 24 29 46
GLENN (62): Adam Stall 2, Tyler Prentkowski 7, Alec Runyan 8, Austen Hayes 8, Isaac Keldsen 0, Drew McDonald 11, Jake Strong 16, Calvin Kretchner 2, Nathan Stegemiller 6, Levin Schleg 2; Totals: 22 16-19 62.
OD (46): Zach Johnston 23, Dalton Taylor 0, Matt Minix 0, Carl Schenkenburger 2, Blake Hurford 11, Joel Worthington 10; Totals: 15 13-18 46.
3-pointers: Glenn 2 (Stegemiller 2), Oregon-Davis 3 (Johnston 3); Fouls (fouled out): Glenn 17 (none), Oregon-Davis 17 (none).
Records: Glenn 2-8, Oregon-Davis 1-11.
Bradley jumper seals 1st CMA win
Chorley, England import Bradley Fisher hit the game-winner from seven feet out with 3.7 seconds left, and Culver Military earned its first win, 51-50 over Elkhart Christian in a thriller at home at Fleet Gymnasium Tuesday night.
Fisher finished with 10 points as one of three CMA players in double digits as Nick Zalduendo scored 19, and Eljay Murray finished with 12. Zalduendo and Murray accounted for nine of the Eagles’ 11 3-pointers in the win as CMA got most of its offense from the perimeter as the home team avoided its 31st straight loss.
ECA was led by Ryan Kupferschmid’s 15 and Kenny Bearss’ 10.
• CULVER MILITARY 51, ELKHART CHRISTIAN 50
Score by quarters
ECA: 18 12 9 11 - 50
CMA: 17 11 6 17 - 51
ECA (50): Kenny Bearss 10, Michael Craft 0, Ryan Kupferschmid 15, Tanner Watson 12, Jack Walters 4, Tyler VanArsdale 9; Totals: 17 8-16 50.
CMA (51): Hayes Barnes 8, Alec Proeh 0, Eljay Murray 12, Austin Proeh 0, Nick Zalduendo 19, Bradley Fisher 10, Aaron Marshall 2; Totals: 15 10-14 51.
3-pointers: ECA 8 (Kupferschmid 4, VanArsdale 2, Bearss, Walters), CMA 11 (Zalduendo 5, Murray 4, Barnes 2); Fouls (fouled out): ECA 13 (none), CMA 16 (Marshall).
Records: CMA 1-6, Elkhart Christian 7-4.
JV score: CMA 38 (Chris Bilicic 13), ECA 34 (Alec Dutkowski 9, Drew Overmyer 9).
Lady Cats down Falcons
Ashley Campbell scored 24, and Alicia McIntosh finished with 19 as Class A No. 2 Oregon-Davis backed up a win last week over John Glenn with a 66-39 victory over the Lady Falcons in their Bi-County opener Tuesday at home in Hamlet.
Haley Collings chipped in 10 points in the win, which pushes OD to 14-3. The Lady Cats advance to play Culver Community in the early tourney semifinal Thursday at LaVille, scheduled for 6:30 p.m. ET.
Loren Vukovits scored 12, and Katie Dreessen finished with 10 for Glenn, which fell short of the reprisal after suffering a 30-point loss to OD at The Den last Tuesday.
• OREGON-DAVIS 66, JOHN GLENN 39
Score by quarters
Glenn: 6 18 28 39
OD: 14 35 58 66
GLENN (39): Carah Ochs 2, Kyler Columbia 6, Dillyn Schleg 5, Natalie Shetler 4, Katie Dreessen 10, Hannah Strange 0, Loren Vukovits 12, Morgan Eggleston 0; Totals: 14 10-16 39.
OREGON-DAVIS (66): Ashley Campbell 24, Alicia McIntosh 19, Jesse Avarone 7, Lexi Minix 6, Haley Collings 10, Taylor Kranenburg 0, Riley Trott 0, Kendra Sauer 0, Zoe Seese 0, Ashley Clark 0, Katie Marsh 0, Lincy Jones 0; Totals: 24 9-17 66.
3-pointers: Glenn 1 (Columbia), Oregon-Davis 9 (Campbell 4, McIntosh 3, Avarone, Minix); Fouls (fouled out): Glenn 11 (none), Oregon-Davis 15 (none).
Records: Glenn 12-4, Oregon-Davis 14-3.
Rockies crush Cougars
Plymouth earned victories in 10 different weight classes, and the Rockies bounced back from a lackluster showing at the Northern Indiana Conference Duals Saturday with a dominant 45-19 win on the road at New Prairie Tuesday.
Cody Allmon, Osman Solis and Jacob Pearson all won by pinfall for Plymouth, while Stephen Abair earned a technical fall at 132, and Kam Markovich won by 11-1 major decision at 126.
The Rockies move to 21-5 with the win. They'll look to follow up an undefeated Northern Lakes Conference dual meet schedule with a top finish at the NLC Championship Meet Saturday at Wawasee.
The JV Rockies will host a tourney Saturday coming off their 71-39 win over the JV Cougars Tuesday.
• PLYMOUTH 45, NEW PRAIRIE 19
At New Carlisle
106: Cody Allmon ℗ pin Lukas Majoyr 1:51; 113: Osman Solis ℗ pin Grant Zila 1:19; 120: Triston Rodriguez ℗ by FF; 126: Kam Markovich Maj. Dec. Tyler Kessler 11-1; 132: Stephen Abair ℗ tech fall Kevin Pons 20-4; 138: Joe Williamson (NP) Maj. Dec. Austin Mahoney 13-5; 145: Nolan Wright ℗ dec. Cody MacLoad 11-6; 152: Dalton Escobedo (NP) dec. John Stillson 6-2; 160: Wade Young (NP) pin Logan Wiegand 5:13; 170: Jacob Pearson ℗ pin Collin Grounds 3:13; 182: Aaron Houin ℗ Nick Dobkins 3-0; 195: Derek Pflughaupt (NP) pin Vicinte Vasquez 1:40; 220: DeAndre Pickford ℗ dec. Don Stanish 8-2; 285: Drew Dodson ℗ dec. Wayne Kneifel 6-0.
Records: Plymouth 21-5, New Prairie 26-6
JV score: Plymouth 71, New Prairie 39
CMA dominates Marian
The Eagles recorded nine wins by pinfall on the way to a 69-12 win over visiting Mishawaka Marian at home at The Culver Academies Tuesday evening.
Kayla Miracle, Chayton Durham, Anthony McHugh, David Zajac, Edmond Hogan, Danny Williams, Jordan Schultz, Collin Parker and Collin Pepper each ticked off wins by fall for the Academies. Steven Muthart won a close 3-2 decision at 106, meanwhile, as the Eagles notched wins in all but two weight classes at the meet.
• CULVER MILITARY 69, MISHAWAKA MARIAN 12
106: Steven Muthart (CMA) dec. Alessando Sapato, 3-2; 113: Mitch Nyers (M) pin Varun DeVatha, 2:27; 120: Kayla Miracle (CGA) pin Will Felix, 1:52; 126: Chayton Durham (CMA) pin Noah Sizemore, 1:22; 132: Ray Harley (CMA) win by forfeit; 138: Anthony McHugh (CMA) pin Lucas Veldman, 0:16; 145: David Zajac (CMA) pin Dereck Glon, 2:45; 152: Gino Pintore (CMA) win by forfeit; 160: Edmond Hogan (CMA) pin Austin Fitzpatrick, 1:10; 170: Danny Williams (CMA) pin Brandon Hyndman, 1:34; 182: Jordan Schultz (CMA) pin Nick Pingle, 0:52; 195: Collin Parker (CMA) pin P.J. Ernst, 0:53; 220: Austin Szmanda (M) pin Simon Griffith, 1:51; 285: Collin Pepper (CMA) pin Brandon Medera, 2:40.
8th grade boys basketball
Felke powers Lincoln 8th
The Lincoln eighth grade boys basketball team used a stout halfcourt defense and strong shooting from Nick Felke to beat the visiting Eagles 52-18 as the Red Storm hosted Indian Springs Monday night.
The home team held the visitors to only two points in each of the first two quarters and went into halftime leading 29-4 before cruising to the win in the second half.
Felke led all scorers with 21 points — including a halfcourt buzzer-beater — and added five steals. Travis Owen came up big off the bench adding 10 points.
7th grade boys basketball
Big D cues Lincoln 7th grade win
The Lincoln seventh grade boys basketball team used a strong scoring defense in a 47-20 blowout of visiting Indian Spring at home Monday night. The Red Storm led 24-6 at halftime and the lead would only grow in the second half.
Kadin McCrammer led all scorers with 14 points. Dylan Powell added eight points for the victors.