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Lady Falcons down Eagles
Carah Ochs put up a game-high 23 points, and John Glenn held Andrijana Cvitkovic to eight as John Glenn earned its first win of the season while handing visiting Culver Girls Academy its first loss 72-60 at home at The Aerie Tuesday night.
Behind senior guard Ochs, sophomore Kyler Columbia put up 14 points for Glenn as the Lady Falconsâ€™ backcourt knocked down nine 3-pointers to trump the Eagles front line for the win.
Victoria Christlieb scored 20 points in a productive outing for the Eagles, and Jamie Madison and Alle Baker scored 11 and 10 points, respectively, but it wasnâ€™t enough to beat the balanced Falcons as Cvitkovic fouled out at the match-up between Sectional 19 rivals.
Glenn moves to 1-1 while CGA drops to 2-1.
The Falcons will take a week off before traveling to South Central next Tuesday for an 8 p.m. tipoff. The Eagles will be back in action at Bowman Academy Friday at 8 p.m.
â€˘Â JOHN GLENN 72, CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 60
Score by quarters
CGA: 13 26 36 60
Glenn: 13 32 52 72
CGA (60): Victoria Christlieb 20, Andrijana Cvitkovic 8, Saralana Barry 6, Jamie Madison 11, Alle Baker 10, Helen Weinberg 5; Totals: 22 15-22 60.
GLENN (72): Carah Ochs 23, Kyler Columbia 14, Natalie Shetler 8, Katie Dreessen 8, Hannah Strange 4, Loren Vukovits 8; Totals: 23 17-24 72.
3-point goals: Glenn 9 (Ochs 4, Columbia 3, Shetler 2), CGA 1 (Baker). Total fouls (fouled out): Glenn 20, CGA 18 (Cvitkovic).
Records: Glenn 1-1, CGA 2-1
JV score: Glenn 51, CGA 8.
Lady Cats rip Blackhawks
Class A No. 2 Oregon-Davis jumped out to a 26-4 first quarter lead and never looked back in an 88-29 romp over visiting Westville Tuesday at The Den.
Ashley Campbell and Alicia McIntosh each put up 22 points, while Jesse Avarone scored 18 and Haley Collings finished with 10 as four Lady Cats turned in double-digit production in the win.
O-D moves to 2-0 and will travel to South Bend St. Josephâ€™s Thursday for a game scheduled to begin at 6:45 p.m. CT.
â€˘Â OREGON-DAVIS 88, WESTVILLE 29
Score by quarters
Westville: 4 12 18 29
Oregon-Davis: 26 56 82 88
WESTVILLE (29): Beth Piotrowski 11, Grethell Burckhardt 2, Ashley Harris 1, Michaela Shrader 1, Stephanie Popp 2, Megan Henrich 5, Amber Haack 2, Krysten Wilson 5; Totals: 10 8-13 29.
OREGON-DAVIS (88): Ashley Campbell 22, Alicia McIntosh 22, Jesse Avarone 18, Kendra Sauer 5, Haley Collings 10, Lexi Minix 3, Ashley Clark 6, Katie Marsh 2; Totals: 35 12-20 88.
3-point goals: Westville 1 (Piotrowski), O-D 6 (Campbell 2, McIntosh 2, Avarone 2). Total fouls (fouled out): Westville 17, O-D 11.
Records: Oregon-Davis 2-0, Westville 0-4.
Winamac hands Culver 1st loss
Winamac outscored Culver Community 28-12 in the second half, and the visiting Lady Warriors handed host Culver its first loss, 44-38, Tuesday.
Kayla Shaffer scored 17 points, and Tatum Schultz put up 10 points with four rebounds and two assists. Ali Overmyer dished out five assists, and Donna Zehner came down with 10 rebounds for the Lady Cavs in the loss.
Winamac saw balanced scoring with three players in double figures as Jessica Schramm, Bethany Brogdon and Stephanie Shorter scored 16, 14 and 12 points, respectively.
The Warriors moved to 2-0 while Culver dropped to 2-1.
The Cavs are back in action on the road at Marquette Catholic Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
â€˘ WINAMAC 44, CULVER 38
Score by quarters
Winamac: 8 16 29 44
Culver: 12 16 26 38
WINAMAC (44): Jessica Schramm 16, Megan Ruff 2, Bethany Brogdon 14, Stephanie Shorter 12; Totals: 12 16-17 44.
CULVER (38): Tatum Schultz 10, Mickella Hardy 6, Donna Zehner 5, Kayla Shaffer 17; Totals: 16 3-8 38.
3-point goals: Culver 3 (Shaffer 2, Schultz), Winamac 4 (Schramm 2, Brogdon 2). Total fouls: Winamac 10, Culver 18.
Records: Culver 2-1, Winamac 2-0
Plymouth sees strong
performances in opening loss
Plymouthâ€™s girls swim team saw strong individual performances but fell 119-60 in the final team tally in the Lady Pilgrimsâ€™ season-opener at Rochester Tuesday night.
Senior captain Megan Senter won both the 200 and 500 freestyle, while sophomore Layne Holloway took firsts in the 50 and 100 free with personal best times in both events. Sophomore Lauren Page won the 200 IM and was second in the 100 back. Junior Lexi Fetters was out-touched for first in the 100 fly and finished third in the 200 free. The quartet also combined to win the 400 free relay.
Other team members scoring points were Brianna Hayes in the Medley Relay and breast stroke, Katie Berg in the 50 free, Alison McGrory in the 100 free and Mariah Tepper in the 200 free relay and 100 back.
â€˘Â ROCHESTER 119, PLYMOUTH 60
Complete results unavailable
Lady Lions lose opener at Concord
Bremenâ€™s girls swim team opened the season with a 117-68 loss to dominant Concord on the road in Elkhart Tuesday.
Katie Lafferty scored the Lady Lions their lone win in the 100 freestyle, and she finished second in the 200 free. Mattie Hershberger placed second both in the breast stroke and 500 free, and Jaclyn Lawmaster scored a second-place result in the diving competition.
â€˘ CONCORD 117, BREMEN 68
200 medley relay: 1. Concord (Laura Housman, Ashley Schrock, Peyton Miller, Kenzie Wright) 1:58.48, 2. Bremen, 2:10.03; 200 freestyle: 1. Ashley Schrock (C) 2:01.5, 2. Katie Lafferty (B) 2:01.61; 200 individual medley: 1. Avery Smith (C) 2:27.87, 2. Rachel Enright (C) 2:32.43; 50 freestyle: 1. Kenzie Wright (C) :25.88, 2. Peyton Miller (C) :26.8; Diving: 1. Cassie Leas (C) 165.15, 2. Jaclyn Lawmaster (B) 106.6; 100 butterfly: 1. Laura Housman (C) 1:07.09, 2. Rachel Enright (C) 1:11.06; 100 freestyle: 1. Katie Lafferty (B) :55.22, 2. Peyton Miller (C) :57.63; 500 freestyle: 1. Kenzie Wright (C) 5:42.35, 2. Mattie Hershberger (B) 6:08.45; 200 freestyle relay: 1. Concord (Rachel Enright, Mariah DeFreese, Peyton Miller, Avery Smith) 1:48.85, 2. Bremen, 2:09.66; 100 backstroke: 1. Ashley Schrock (C) 1:04.74, 2. Mariah DeFreese (C) 1:12.27; 100 breaststroke: 1. Laura Housman (C) 1:20.06, 2. Mattie Hershberger (B) 1:21.11; 400 freestyle relay: 1. Concord (Kenzie Wright, Heather Johnson, Avery Smith, Ashley Schrock) 4:08.71, 2. Bremen, 4:19.08.
Forfeits burn Culver as Knox wins opener
Knox won seven matches by forfeit, and the Redskins kicked off the 2012 wrestling season with a 39-28 win over visiting Culver Community Tuesday.
Jared Fawley also earned the home team a 5-2 decision at heavyweight.
Culver wrestlers claimed wins in four weight classes, three by pinfall and one by major decision in the team loss.
Austin Brisette earned a 47-second pinfall victory at 120 pounds. John Ahlenius scored an 18-4 major decision, and Mark Hurford earned a second-period pinfall at 170 pounds.
Matt Hurford, who is ranked second at 182 pounds by Indianamat.com after finishing last season in fifth place at the state finals, won his senior season opener with a 45-second pinfall at 195 pounds.
â€˘ KNOX 39, CULVER 28
106: Aerielle McIntire (K) won FF, 113: Jerrod Betts (CC) won FF, 120: Austin Brisette (CC) Fall Blake Byerman :47, 126: Double FF, 132: Double FF, 138: Jake Krause (K) won FF, 145: Eric Dan (K) won FF, 152: John Ahlenius (CC) Maj. Dec. over Kevin Land 18-4, 160: Jimmy Bone (K) won FF, 170: Mark Hurford (CC) Fall Nathan Lynch 3:15, 182: Cody Wielgos (K) won FF, 195: Matt Hurford (CC) Fall :45 Ben Darda, 220: Mike Sustaita (K) won FF, 285: Jared Fawley (K) Dec. Donny Clark 5-2.
6th grade basketball
Rockets stay unbeaten vs Culver
The Riverside Rockets sixth grade basketball teams earned a pair of wins over Culver at home Monday night.
The A team defeated Culver by a score of 61-5.
Larry Dragani and Chapman Yoder led the team with 12 points each. Cam Dennie, Cole Filson and Clay Hilliard each put up eight points, and Shaun Frantz and Brayson Leazenby scored four points apiece.
The A team remained unbeaten at 3-0 for the season.
The B team beat Culver 29-7.
Alex Baca and Mitch Rose paced the Riverside offense with six points each, while Caleb Gawronski and Devon Schoff each had four, and Hamza Yasin scored three points.
The B team also improved to 3-0 on the year.
The sixth grade Rockets play at home again next Tuesday against Bremen. The A team game starts at 4:30 p.m. with the B team game to follow.