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January 9, 2013

Girls basketball
Triton stays unbeaten in NSC
Kylie Mason dropped 22 points to lead three Triton players in double figures, and the Lady Trojans remained unbeaten in Northern State Conference play on the road at winless New Prairie Tuesday, 66-47.
Shana Anderson finished with 16 points, while Taylor Hatfield scored 14 for Class A No. 9 Triton, which moved to 9-4 overall and 4-0 in the NSC.
Mason pulled down five rebounds, while Anderson dished out five assists, and Breanna Lemler recorded seven of the Trojans’ 19 steals in the win.
New Prairie was led by Madison Cody’s game-high 25 points, but it wasn’t enough to give the Cougars their first win as they slid to 0-14 with an 0-4 NSC mark.
• TRITON 66, NEW PRAIRIE 47
At New Carlisle
Score by quarters
Triton: 14 30 53 66
New Prairie: 8 20 32 47
TRITON (66): Allie Kann 0, Taylor Hatfield 14, Breanna Lemler 4, Krystal Sellers 2, Becca Kennedy 0, Kylie Mason 22, Mallorie Jennings 4, Shana Anderson 16, Hannah Jennings 4, Jaela Meister 0; Totals: 24 9-11 66.
NEW PRAIRIE (47): Olivia Kuczmanski 6, Nicole Hynek 2, Riana Sass 0, Jessica Cinal 8, Madison Cody 25, Brooke Kresca 0, Faythe Bashaw 4, Mackenzie Behm-Staveley 2, Ashley Campos 0, Grace Adnson 0, Rachel Sailor 0; Totals: 19 9-10 47.
3-pointers: Triton 9 (Mason 6, Anderson 2, Hatfield), New Prairie 0; Rebounds: Triton 17 (Mason 5), New Prairie 40 (Cody 12, Cinal 10); Turnovers: Triton 14, New Prairie 29; Steals: Triton 19 (Lemler 7), New Prairie 7 (Cody 3); Assists: Triton 18 (Anderson 5), New Prairie 7 (Kresca 5); Fouls (fouled out): Triton 9 (none), New Prairie 8 (none).
Records: Triton 9-4 (4-0 NSC), New Prairie 0-14 (0-4 NSC)
JV score: Triton 34, New Prairie 24

Boys basketball
Cavs win at Washington Township
Trent Elliott put up a game-high 23 points with eight rebounds, and Culver Community hung on for a 45-40 win on the road at Washington Township Tuesday.
Kyle Vlach scored 10 points with a pair of steals, while Collin Stevens handed out four assists with eight points in the win, which pushes Culver to 7-3 on the season.
Washington Township was led by Brandon Adkins’ 13 and falls to 6-4.
• CULVER 45, WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP 40
At Valparaiso
Score by quarters
Culver: 9 20 30 45
Washington Twp: 4 13 24 40
CULVER (45): Micah Budzinski 2, Trent Elliott 23, Everett Krueger 2, Jordan Sanders 0, Tucker Schultz 0, Collin Stevens 8, Kyle Vlach 10; Totals: 16 7-10 45.
WASHINGTON TWP (40): Brandon Adkins 13, Ryan Geberin 0, Luke Lipinski 8, Alex Lowther 2, Themarr McGee 0, Alex Perez 0, Bobby Ross 9, Garrett Short 8; Totals: 14 8-14 40.
3-pointers: Culver 6 (Vlach 2, Stevens 2, Elliott 2), Washington Twp. 4 (Adkins 2, Short 2); Rebounds: Culver 21 (Elliott 8), Washington Twp. 23 (Ross 6); Turnovers: Culver 12, Washington Twp. 12; Steals: Culver 5 (Vlach 2, Schultz 2), Washington Twp. 6 (Lipinski 3); Assists: Culver 9 (Stevens 4), Washington Twp. 8 (Lowther 3, Adkins 3); Fouls (fouled out): Culver 15 (Budzinski), Washington Twp. 11 (none).
Records: Culver 7-3, Washington Twp. 6-4

Boys swimming
Pilgrims compete versus Chargers
Matt Pearson won the butterfly, and C.C. Bastardo won the dive competition with a personal best score, but the Plymouth boys swim team lost on the road at Northern Lakes Conference-rival Elkhart Memorial Tuesday, 119-50.
Colin Calvert swam best times in the 200 free and backstroke, and Chris Whitley also recorded personal bests in the IM and breaststroke.
• ELKHART MEMORIAL 119, PLYMOUTH 50
At Elkhart
Complete results unavailable

Girls swimming
Lady Pilgrims swim at Memorial
The Lady Pilgrims swim team lost a Northern Lakes Conference meet at Elkhart Memorial Tuesday, 135-50.
Layne Holloway recorded Plymouth its only win of the night in the 100 free. The 200 medley relay team of Megan Senter, Lauren Page, Lexi Fetters and Holloway swam a personal best time, while Anya Hettich recorded PRs in the 200 free and back, and Savannah Mae and Hope Barrow also swam best times in the back and 500 free, respectively.
• ELKHART MEMORIAL 135, PLYMOUTH 50
At Elkhart
Complete results unavailable

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