Results 11-23

Girls basketball
LaVille earns 1st win
LaVille earned its first win of the basketball season Tuesday, handing host Elkhart Christian a 58-18 rout.
The Lady Lancers held Elkhart Christian to six points in the first half — including a single point in the second frame — en route to the road win.
Hannah Herbster led the Lady Lancers in scoring with 12 points, while Jesse Feitz also finished in double digits with 10, and both Amanda Carbiener and McKenzie Leed chipped in nine.
Elkhart Christian was led by six points from Hailey Fultz.
LaVille moves to 1-4 with the win and moves on to host Northern State Conference opponent Jimtown after the break on Dec. 3.
At Elkhart
Score by quarters
LaVille: 18 28 37 58
Elkhart: 5 6 12 18
LaVILLE (58): Katie Berger 6, Zoe Bulick 6, Amanda Carbiener 9, Jesse Feitz 10, Hannah Herbster 12, Lynae Hostrawser 6, McKenzie Leed 9.
ELKHART CHRISTIAN (18): Caitlin Brown 4, Hailey Fultz 6, Adeline Jongsma 0, Dora Jongsma 4, Estelle Jongsma 0, Brieanna Lowe 2, Alexis Lyon 2, Katie Penzenik 0, Hannah Smith 0, Brooke Yoder 0.
Records: LaVille 1-4, Elkhart Christian 0-2
Averone, McIntosh lead OD
Jesse Averone was one of two Oregon-Davis players to score 20-plus points, and the Lady Bobcats shredded Washington Township, 84-43.
Jesse Averone scored 23 points with a pair of 3s, while Alisha McIntosh buried three treys en route to 20 for the game. Katie Schwenk scored 17, and Ashley Campbell finished with 13 in the win, which moves OD to 4-1.
Washington Township was led by Heather Burton’s 15 points, meanwhile.
Oregon-Davis will host North Judson after the break on Dec. 6.
At Hamlet
Score by quarters
Washington Twp.: 9 19 27 43
Oregon-Davis: 22 42 64 84
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP (43): Heather Burton 2 11-12 15, Ali Cobb 0 0-1 0, Kacie Corley 4 1-1 9, Samantha Higgins 3 1-1 7, Maddy Johnson 1 1-4 3, Natalee Kwiatkowski 2 0-1 4, Corie O’Connor 1 0-0 2, Jamie Proudfoot 1 0-0 3; Totals: 14 14-20 43
OREGON-DAVIS (84): Jesse Averone 9 3-5 23, Ashley Campbell 5 3-5 13, Ashley Clark 0 0-0 0, Haley Collings 3 0-0 6, Lincy Jones 1 1-2 3, Alisha McIntosh 7 3-6 20, Kendra Sauer 1 0-0 2, Katie Schwenk 7 3-5 17, Ali Stout 0 0-0 0, Haley White 0 0-0 0; Totals: 33 13-23 84
3-pointers: Washington Twp. 1 (Proudfoot), Oregon-Davis 5 (McIntosh 3, Averone 2); Fouls (fouled out): Washington Twp. 21 (Corley), Oregon-Davis 17 (none)
Records: Oregon-Davis 4-1; Washinton Twp. 0-3
Glenn nips South Central
John Glenn jumped off to a 12-0 lead at the first quarter break and held off visiting South Central to break into the win column, 35-34, at home Tuesday.
Freshman Kyler Columbia led the Lady Falcons in scoring with 10 points, while Katie Dreessen finished with nine, and Carah Ochs had eight.
South Central was led by Jill Rosenbaum’s game-high 20 points.
Glenn moved to 1-2 on the young season and will resume play at home against Winamac on Dec. 1.
At Walkerton
Score by quarters
John Glenn: 12 24 28 35
South Central: 0 14 30 34
SOUTH CENTRAL (34): Savannah Little 1, Dallas Ludlow 2, Rylee Nunemaker 3, Jill Rosenbaum 20, Sydney Satoski 8.
GLENN (35): Kyler Columbia 10, Katie Dreessen 9, Carah Ochs 8, Natalie Shetler 1, Hannah Strange 4, Shelby Tetzlaff 2, Loren Vukovits 1.
Records: South Central 0-4, Glenn 1-2
8th grade basketball
Lincoln 8th teams win
The Lincoln eighth grade boys basketball team defeated Urey 49-40 on Tuesday night, avenging one of last year’s three losses.
The Red Storm (4-0) was led by Josh Anders, who scored 23 points and grabbed 12 rebounds. Jack Barron added 10 points, including two second-half 3-pointers. Steve Helm and Sam Stone chipped in seven and five points respectively.
Meanwhile, the eighth grade B team picked up their third win in as many tries by defeating Urey 44-18.
Guard Zach Combs led the Red Storm (3-0) with nine points, and Ricky Cooper added eight points. Logan Crum scored five, and Stone Dalton and Josh Salyers each chipped in four. The Red Storm return to the court against Indian Springs for their first home game on Monday night.
Women’s college basketball
Centa a ‘wrecking crew’
for Saint Mary’s, 77-57
The Saint Mary’s basketball team held off a determined Anderson squad for a 77-57 victory on Tuesday night.
The Belles came out of the gate on fire to turn a one-point deficit at 10-9 into a 32-14 lead in less than a ten-minute span in the first half. During that 23-4 run, the Belles hit 10-of-13 shots from the floor, and Plymouth grad Jessica Centa was a one-person wrecking crew when it came to scoring points against the Ravens’ defense in the first half. The senior forward was a perfect 6-of-6 from the floor and 4-of-4 from the charity stripe in the first half. On two occasions, Centa has as many points as Anderson had as a team in the opening 20 minutes of play.
Centa finished the victory just a point behind her career high of 18 with a 17-point effort. The senior was a perfect 6-of-6 from the floor and missed her first free throw of the 2011-12 campaign in the second half for a 5-of-6 showing from the line.
The Belles (2-2) will travel to Ohio Northern for the Polar Bears’ Thanksgiving Classic on Saturday and Sunday. Saint Mary’s will square off against the hosts from Ohio Northern in the first game of the tournament on Saturday, Nov. 26 beginning at 4 p.m.