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Starr posts double-double in win over Judson University
Plymouth grad Alex Starr posted her career-first double-double for Purdue University Calumet as the Peregrines claimed an 84-78 victory over Judson University on Wednesday night in the Fitness and Recreation Center in Hammond.
Starr collected 26 points and a career-high 14 rebounds at the game. She finished with five 3-pointers at a 5-for-10 rate and converted at a nearly perfect 11-for-12 clip from the free throw line as PUC took an early lead and never looked back. Starr also tallied a steal and an assist in the win, which brought PUC to 7-3 overall and 1-0 in the CCAC, the programâ€™s best start since the 1997-98 season.
Purdue Calumet will be back in action this Saturday when it hits the road to face North Park. Tip-off is set for 2 p.m.
Goshen falls at Bethel
Triton alumnae Paige Davis and Bethany Lemler combined for five points as Goshen lost a 77-43 Mid-Central College Conference game at Bethel Wednesday.
Davis finished with three points and four rebounds, while Lemler recorded two points, three rebounds and a steal.
The Maple Leafs (1-8, 0-2) continue a tough stretch as they head to No. 14 University of Saint Francis on Saturday.
Belles drop MIAA opener
The Saint Maryâ€™s basketball team had a difficult time getting buckets to drop as the Belles suffered a 67-59 Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Conference-opening defeat at the hands of in-state rival Trine on Wednesday evening.
Plymouth product Jessica Centa finished with eight points and seven rebounds as well as a steal and an assist at the contest. The senior captain hit a pair of layups late to pull Saint Maryâ€™s within five points with 2:25 on the clock, but the Belles never got any closer.
The Belles (2-5, 0-1 MIAA) will look to bounce back when they host another MIAA foe in Alma on Saturday at 3 p.m.
Argos loses to Clay
The Argos girls bowling team lost to South Bend Clay 17-3 on Tuesday at Quickâ€™s Lanes in Plymouth.
Jamie Ewing rolled the high game for the Lady Dragons in both games with a 163 and 196, while Abby Cohagan scored a 149 and 178 in the two games.
The Dragonsâ€™ next match is Tuesday, Dec. 6 against John Glenn at Regal Lanes in Mishawaka.
â€˘ SOUTH BEND CLAY 17, ARGOS 3
At Quickâ€™s Lanes in Plymouth
Game 1: Brittani Brown 101, Abby Cohagan 149, Jamie Ewing 163, Jina Ewing 131, Kate Keller 120
Game 2: Brittani Brown 96, Abby Cohagan 178, Jamie Ewing 196, Jina Ewing 146, Kate Keller 122
Dragons drop Clay match
The Argos boys bowling team lost to South Bend Clay Tuesday, 20-0 at Quickâ€™s Lanes in Plymouth.
Ben Krull posted the high game in both games for Argos with scores of 150 and 127 in the loss. Dylan Williams rolled a 145 in the first game, and Tyler Nelson scored a 114 in the second game.
â€˘ SOUTH BEND CLAY 20, ARGOS 0
At Quickâ€™s Lanes in Plymouth
Game 1: Dylan Williams 145, Tyler Nelson 88, Landon West 93, Noah Duff 120, Ben Krull 150
Game 2: Dylan Williams 90, Tyler Nelson 114, Landon West 91, Noah Duff 112, Ben Krull 127
Judson beats Boone Grove
North Judson earned a 47-30 win over Boone Grove in a dual wrestling meet at home Tuesday.
Winners by pinfall for the Bluejays were Bubba Shelton at 132, Steven Ramirez at 138, Brenner Cruce at 152, Kenny Reed at 170 and Bayland Brown at 195.
â€˘ NORTH JUDSON 47, BOONE GROVE 30
At North Judson
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