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January 25, 2012

Boys basketball
Hostetler leads LaVille in win at Rochester
W.B Hawkins Award-winner Andrew Hostetler put up a game-high 18 points with six steals and three assists, and the Lancers earned their second straight win with a 56-43 victory at Rochester Tuesday night.
Hostetler, who received TCU’s W.B. Hawkins Award at the Bi-County Tournament championship game Monday for contributions to his community and school, knocked down four 3-pointers to lead three Lancers in double figures.
Jordyn Williams put up 15 with six rebounds, while Nick Amor finished with 13 points in the win, LaVille’s first road game since Jan. 3.
Rochester was led by Jonathon O’Dell’s 16 points with seven rebounds and three steals, while Seth Corn finished with 10 points and seven caroms for the Zebras.
LaVille returns to Northern State Conference play at Culver Friday at 7:30 p.m. in a rematch of the two team’s Bi-County consol Saturday, which the Lancers won in double overtime, 57-52.
• LaVILLE 56, ROCHESTER 43
At Rochester
Score by quarters
LaVille: 13 29 43 56
Rochester: 6 18 30 43
LaVILLE (56): Andrew Hostetler 6 2-2 18, Jordyn Williams 6 3-4 15, Nick Amor 4 5-6 13, Blake Berger 2 1-2 6, Justin Baker 1 2-2 4, Landon Manuel 0 0-0 0, Jeff Haygood 0 0-0 0, Jason Duerring 0 0-0 0; Totals: 19 13-16 56.
ROCHESTER (43): Jonathon O’Dell 7 2-7 16, Seth Corn 4 2-2 10, Zac Schoen 3 1-2 7, Luke Cannedy 2 2-2 6, Aaron Stuart 1 0-0 2, Carter Screeton 1 0-0 2; Totals: 18 5-6 43.
3-pointers: LaVille 5 (Hostetler 4, Berger), Rochester 2 (O’Dell 2); Turnovers: LaVille 10, Rochester 12; Rebounds: LaVille 19 (Williams 6), Rochester 24 (O’Dell 7, Corn 7); Steals: LaVille 9 (Hostetler 6), Rochester 5 (O’Dell 3); Assists: LaVille 9 (Hostetler 3), Rochester 6 (Stuart 3); Fouls (fouled out): LaVille 11 (none), Rochester 16 (none.
Records: LaVille 8-5, Rochester 2-9

CMA falls to Indians
Culver Military’s woes continued with a 50-33 defeat on the road at South Bend St. Joseph’s Tuesday.
Hayes Barnes led the Eagles with 11 points, while Greenan Sullivan and Tre Olive put up 12 and 11, respectively, for St. Joe.
The Eagles will have a week layover before traveling to Class 3A No. 8 Mishawaka Marian next Tuesday at 7:45 p.m.
• SOUTH BEND ST. JOSEPH’S 50, CULVER MILITARY ACADEMY 33
At South Bend
Score by quarters
CMA: 13 21 27 33
St. Joe: 15 27 37 50
CMA (33): Hayes Barnes 11, Alex Dodane 6, Charlie Kennedy 2, Eljay Murray 2, Aramonti Phillips 2, Willie Strong 4, Nick Zalduendo 6.
ST. JOE (50): Nick Bubik 2, Connor Edmonds 5, Collin Hickey 2, Conor Levey 6, Eric Mossey 2, Danny O’Connor 8, Tre Olive 11, Greenan Sullivan 12, Ryan Wobbe 2.
Records: CMA 0-13, St. Joe 3-9

Girls basketball
Triton wins 2nd straight
Class A No. 7 Triton jumped off to a 17-6 first quarter lead and held off visiting Manchester to earn its first back-to-back wins since Dec. 9 with a 36-33 victory Tuesday night at The Trojan Trench.
Shana Anderson led Triton offensively with 15 points and three assists, while Megan Howdeshell finished with 10 points and six rebounds.
Howdeshell also collected six steals, as did Taylor Hatfield as the Lady Trojans pilfered 16 steals en route to 24 Manchester turnovers for 20 Triton points in the win.
The Squires were led by Kayla Flack’s game-high 19 points and 11 rebounds.
The win represented Triton’s first back-to-back since Dec. 7 and 9 wins over Tippecanoe Valley and Bremen following a Bi-County consolation win versus John Glenn Saturday.
The Trojans return to Northern State Conference play at Jimtown this Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
• TRITON 36, MANCHESTER 33
At Bourbon
Score by quarters
Manchester: 6 19 25 33
Triton: 17 25 29 36
MANCHESTER (33): Malyssa Bedke 1 1-2 3, Autumn Brewer 2 0-0 4, Bekah Brunn 0 0-0 0, Lindsey Budnik 0 0-0 0, Kayla Flack 6 6-9 19, Meika Kennedy 1 2-2 4, Hanna Schmidt 1 1-2 3, Kaylee Watson 0 0-0 0, Hannah Little 0 0-0 0; Totals: 11 10-15 33.
TRITON (36): Shana Anderson 7 0-0 15, Taylor Hatfield 2 4-8 8, Megan Howdeshell 5 0-0 10, Mallorie Jennings 1 0-0 2, Breanna Lemler 0 1-2 1, Kylie Mason 0 0-0 0, Krystal Sellers 0 0-0 0; Totals: 15 5-10 36.
3-pointers: Manchester 1 (Flack), Triton 1 (Anderson); Turnovers: Manchester 24, Triton 13; Rebounds: Manchester 30 (Flack 11), Triton 16 (Howdeshell 6); Steals: Manchester 5 (Bedke, Kennedy, Budnik, Flack, Little), Triton 16 (Hatfield 6, Howdeshell 5); Assists: Manchester 3 (Kennedy, Flack, Little), Triton 8 (Anderson 3); Fouls (fouled out): Manchester 11 (none), Triton 13 (none).
Records: Triton 12-5, Manchester 13-5

OD trumps Culver in rematch
Class A No. 6 Oregon-Davis outscored Culver 23-10 in the final quarter to rally past the hosts 52-42 in a rematch of the Bi-County championship Tuesday at Culver.
Bi-County MVP Ashley Campbell put up a game-high 21 points and Alicia McIntosh finished with 16 to lead the Lady Cats to their second win over the Cavs in two days after Monday’s Bi-County title match.
Culver was led by Kayla Shaffer’s 14 points before the sophomore forward fouled out, and Mickella Hardy and Tatum Schultz each put up 10 in the loss.
OD will play another potential Sectional 51 foe next Tuesday as it hosts South Central (Union Mills) at 7 p.m.
Culver will return to action against West Central Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
• OREGON-DAVIS 52, CULVER 42
At Culver
Score by quarters
OD: 5 14 29 52
Culver: 12 20 32 42
OREGON-DAVIS (52): Ashley Campbell 6 7-11 21, Ashley Clark 0 0-0 0, Haley Collings 4 0-1 8, Lincy Jones 0 0-0 0, Alicia McIntosh 5 3-4 16, Kendra Sauer 2 1-4 5, Katie Schwenk 1 0-0 2, Ali Stout 0 0-0 0; Totals: 18 11-20 52.
CULVER (42): Mickella Hardy 5 0-0 10, Abby James 0 0-0 0, Chelsey Jones 0 0-0 0, Angela Lewellen 1 0-0 2, Ali Overmyer 1 0-0 3, Tatum Schultz 4 2-3 10, Kayla Shaffer 5 4-4 14, Donna Zehner 1 1-2 3; Totals: 17 7-9 42.
3-pointers: OD 5 (McIntosh 3, Campbell 2), Culver 1 (Overmyer); Fouls (fouled out): OD 13 (Schwenk), Culver 22 (Shaffer).
Records: OD 16-4, Culver 8-10

CGA loses to Marian
Culver Girls Academy was outscored 16-6 in the fourth quarter as the Lady Eagles dropped their second straight, a 41-29 loss to visiting Sectional 19 foe Mishawaka Marian Tuesday at The Academies.
The Eagles were led by Andrijana Cvitkovic’s six points with six assists, while Rita Zambon also put up six points for CGA.
Marian was paced by Katie Barnard’s game-high 14 and Kathleen Kavanagh’s 10 points and six assists.
CGA will host Elkhart Christian Friday at 7:30 p.m.
• MISHAWAKA MARIAN 41, CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 29
At Culver
Score by quarters
Marian: 8 18 25 41
CGA: 8 19 23 29
MARIAN (41): Erin Guzicki 3 0-0 8, Katie Barnard 6 2-3 14, Ashlee Taylor 3 1-4 7, Kathleen Kavanagh 5 0-0 10, Jordan Stoler 0 0-0 0, Allyson Schmidt 0 0-0 0, Nicky DelPrete 1 0-0 2; Totals: 16-2 3-7 41.
CGA (29): Victoria Christlieb 1 2-3 4, Andrijana Cvitkovic 2 2-2 6, Andrea Lin 1 0-2 2, Lindsay Haller 2 0-0 4, Helen Weinberg 1 0-0 2, Saralena Barry 1 0-0 3, Monique Novoa 1 0-0 2, Rita Zambon 2 2-4 6; Totals: 10-1 6-11 29.
3-pointers: Marian 2 (Guzicki 2), CGA 1 (Barry); Turnovers: Marian 11, CGA 17; Assists: Marian 8 (Kavanaugh 6), CGA 7 (Cvitkovic 6); Fouls (fouled out): Marian 11 (none), CGA 14 (Lin).
Records: Marian 10-9, CGA 11-5
JV score: Marian 24 (Christine Mai 9), CGA 22 (Pita Navarro 8)

Wrestling
Bremen beats Marian
Bremen won eight matches, including five by pinfall, and the Lions topped visiting Mishawaka Marian 44-31 Tuesday at Bremen.
Joey Bailey, Dylan Shumaker, Josh Fuchs, Wyatt Gordy and Bobby Cornett all earned pinfall wins, while Tyler LaFlash and Matt Holderman both earned decisions in the win for Bremen.
• BREMEN 44, MISHAWAKA MARIAN 31
At Bremen
106: Mitch Nyers (M) by FF; 113: Joey Bailey (B) pin Will Felix; 120: Tyler LaFlash (B) decision Josh Derse 9-0; 126: Dylan Shumaker (B) pin Russell Saputo; 132: Josh Fuchs (B) pin Derek Glon (M); 138: Michael Kazmierczak (M) decision Ben Thornton 2-1; 145: Matt Holderman (B) decision Alex Zielinski (M) 8-0; 152: Wyatt Gordy (B) pin Brandon Bustle; 160: Bobby Cornett (B) pin Brandon Hyndman; 170: Joe Walter (M) Major decision Joel Miller 20-6; 182: Greg Kosel (M) pin Andrew Borkholder; 195: Robert Deering (M) pin Eric Duran; 220: Tommy Stachowiak (M) pin Caleb Coffel; 285: Abraham Hall (B) by FF

Lancers top Bluejays
LaVille wrestlers recorded six pins, and the Lancers beat visiting North Judson 45-27 in a dual meet at LaVille Tuesday.
Jacob VanBlaricom, Tristan Weaver, Michael Wireman, Devin Johnson, Robert Williams and Austin Wilson all earned pitfalls for LaVille, while Chris Bailey earned a decision at 170 pounds as the Lancers moved to .500 at 13-13 on the year.
Grant Campbell and Bayland Brown both earned pinfall wins for the Bluejays in the loss.
• LaVILLE 45, NORTH JUDSON 27
At Lakeville
106: Double FF; 113: Jacob VanBlaricom (LV) pin Mason Balsey 1:03; 120: Austin Aucoin (NJ) by FF; 126: Tristan Weaver (LV) pin Triston Thomas 4:41; 132: Ben Norton (LV) by FF; 138: Grant Campbell (NJ) pin Greg Peppers 2:46; 145: Michael Wireman (LV) pin Steven Ramirez 1:52; 152: Brenner Cruce (NJ) by FF; 160: Devin Johnson (LV) pin Keaton Leszek 2:40; 170: Chris Bailey (LV) decision Kenny Reed 14-11; 182: Kenny Reed (NJ) decision Chris Bailey 8-2; 195: Bayland Brown (NJ) pin Brad Laidig 1:22; 220: Robert Williams (LV) pin Trey Burger 3:40; heavyweight: Austin Wilson (LV) pin Nolan Dietrich 0:20.
Records: LaVille 13-13.

Men’s college basketball
Ball State suffers MAC setback to Akron
The Ball State men’s basketball team suffered a 70-58 setback to Mid-American Conference East Division rival Akron in a battle of divisional leaders Tuesday evening at Worthen Arena.
Plymouth grad and MAC West Player of the Week Randy Davis finished with 11 points with five rebounds, two steals and two assists in the loss, which drops Ball State to 4-2 in the MAC and 12-6 overall.
The Cardinals hit the road for two straight MAC crossover games beginning Saturday as they travel to Athens, Ohio to take on the Ohio Bobcats. Game time is scheduled for 11 a.m. at the Convocation Center and is set for an ESPNU national broadcast.

Women’s college basketball
Lady Chargers take loss to Grand Rapids
The Ancilla College women’s basketball team fell 83-49 to MCCAA Western Conference rival Grand Rapids Community College on Saturday at the LifePlex.
The Lady Chargers (0-15, 0-6 MCCAA Western) shot just 29 percent on the day, including just 2-of-16 from beyond the arc.
Brittany Cook led Ancilla with 13 points while Katrina Vannoy scored 11 for the Lady Chargers. Natasha Ware recorded another double-double with 10 points and 14 rebounds.
Grand Rapids improved to 8-7 and 3-3 in the MCCAA Western Conference.
The Lady Chargers will resume MCCAA Western Conference play today when they travel to Battle Creek, Mich. to play Kellogg Community College. Tipoff is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. EDT.

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