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December 30, 2011

Boys basketball
1st half dooms Argos at Winter Classic championship
Argos put up just three points in the first half en route to a 53-36 loss to Winamac in the championship game of the Winter Classic Thursday at West Central.
It was the Dragons’ second loss to the Warriors this season after Argos lost its season-opener at Winamac 39-38 Dec. 3.
Dominic Cataldo knocked down three 3s en route to a game-high 19 points for the Dragons, while Cain Thorn was limited to just five points one night after finishing with 20 in Argos’ tourney opener versus West Central Tuesday.
Taylor Ogle finished with team-highs of five rebounds and two assists for Argos in the loss, which drops the team to 2-6 on the season.
Winamac was led by Bryan McKinney’s 13 points, while Jordan Morning and Zach Shidler each put up 10 in a balanced scoring effort for the Warriors.
Morning tallied a double-double with 12 rebounds in addition to his 10 points.
Argos will return to action at Bethany Christian Jan. 6.
• WINAMAC 53, ARGOS 36
At West Central
Score by quarters
Winamac: 5 12 29 53
Argos: 2 3 16 36
WINAMAC (53): Jeremy Bentle 0 0-0 0, Parker Fox 2 3-3 7, J.T. Garnett 0 0-0 0, Kyle Krohn 3 1-2 7, Bryan McKinney 5 3-6 13, Brennon Morning 2 0-1 4, Jordan Morning 5 0-1 10, Levi Schultz 0 0-0 0, Zach Shidler 3 4-5 10, Ben Taylor 1 0-0 2; Totals: 21 11-18 53
ARGOS (36): Max Bailey 1 0-0 2, Ben Carter 0 0-0 0, Dominic Cataldo 4 8-11 19, Dakota Earnest 2 0-0 4, Zach Hartman 0 0-0 0, Casey Johnson 0 0-2 0, Taylor Ogle 2 0-0 0, Brian Snyder 1 0-0 2, Cain Thorn 1 3-7 5; Totals: 11 11-20 36.
3-point goals: Winamac 0, Argos 3 (Cataldo 3); Turnovers: Winamac 13, Argos 12; Rebounds: Winamac 28 (J. Morning 12), Argos 10 (Ogle 5); Assists: Argos 3 (Ogle 2); Steals: Winamac 3 (McKinney, Shidler, B. Morning), Argos 4 (Cataldo, Ogle, Earnest, Bailey); Fouls (fouled out): Winamac 21 (none), Argos 19 (Thorn).
Records: Winamac 7-1, Argos 2-6

CMA loses fourth at Illinois State Classic
Culver Military Academy fell to 0-4 at the Illinois State Classic Thursday, losing to Mahomet-Symour 55-36.
Alex Dodane finished with a team-high eight points for CMA, while Will Strong chipped in seven, and Hayes Barnes and Eljay Murray each put up six points.
Mahomet was led by Reid Farchmin’s game-leading 24 points.
The Eagles remain winless on the season at 0-8.
• MAHOMET-SEYMOUR (Ill.) 55, CULVER ACADEMIES 36
At Normal, Ill. West
Score by quarters
Mahomet: 7 25 40 55
CMA: 8 21 28 36
MAHOMET (55): Kurt Clapper 5, Riley Cockerill 0, Reid Farchmin 24, Brad Herrmann 11, Brad Izatt 5, Ross Johnson 1, Clay Kibler 5, Todd Metzger 0, Kyle Ozier 0, Garrett Risley 2, Jordan Rock 0, Dalton Swenson 0, Ryne Swenson 0, Matt Turner 2.
CMA (36): Hayes Barnes 6, David Dilts 0, Alex Dodane 8, Charlie Kennedy 0, Sebastian Litchfield 1, Eljay Murray 6, Aramonti Phillips 4, Willie Strong 7, Kenneth Tse 0, Nick Zalduendo 4.
Records: CMA 0-8

Girls basketball
Argos falls to Rochester at Winter Classic
Argos was outscored 12-3 in the third quarter to fall to Rochester, 49-43 in the Winter Classic championship at West Central Thursday.
Junior forward Karlee VanDerWeele finished with a season- and game-high 17 points to lead Argos, while Kayla Prochno finished with 14.
Jenna Crispen led Rochester with 15, while Alanie Sroufe scored 13, and Breanne Paulik recorded 10 points.
Rochester improves to 9-3 while the Lady Dragons drop to 8-4. Argos resumes play at North Miami Jan. 4.
• ROCHESTER 49, ARGOS 43
At West Central
Score by quarters
Rochester: 14 23 35 49
Argos: 14 21 24 43
ROCHESTER (49): Jenna Crispen 15, Rylee Holland 9, Raeann Hunter 0, Abbie Malchow 2, Karli Murphy 0, Breanne Paulik 10, Kaelee Smith 0, Alanie Sroufe 13.
ARGOS (43): Dani Fishburn 0, Allison Flower 0, Karalei Kring 0, Carly McCay 3, Libby Moyer 3, Jami Patterson 6, Kayla Prochno 14, Shelby Sanders 0, Karlee VanDerWeele 17.
Records: Argos 8-4, Rochester 9-3

Oregon-Davis drops Hanover Central finale
Wheeler outscored Oregon-Davis 21-7 in the fourth quarter to rally past the Lady Bobcats for a 47-42 championship win at the Hanover Central Tournament Thursday.
OD falls to 10-2 with its first loss in 10 games. The Class A No. 4 Bobcats will host Class A No. 5 Triton Jan. 4. Tip-off is scheduled for 8 p.m. EST.
• WHEELER 47, OREGON-DAVIS 42
at Hanover Central
Score by quarters
Wheeler: 8 20 26 47
OD: 13 17 35 42
Complete stats not available

LaVille loses Peru opener
LaVille lost its opener at the Peru Tournament Thursday, 69-48 to Whitko.
The Lady Lancers slide to 3-7 with the loss. LaVille will play today at 1 p.m. in the tournament consolation game versus North Miami, which lost 62-51 to host Peru in Thursday’s other semifinal.
• WHITKO 69, LAVILLE 48
At Peru
Complete stats not available

Women’s college basketball
PUC falls in Rosa Stokes opener
The Purdue University Calumet women’s basketball team shot a season-low 23.1 percent from the field in the opening day of the Rosa Stokes Classic, falling to host Cumberland University, 62-53, on Thursday night.
Plymouth product Alex Starr knocked down two triples and converted 6 of 8 free throws en route to 16 points for the Peregrines, who slide to 11-6 overall on the year, dropping back-to-back games for the first time this season. Starr also recorded four rebounds, two steals and an assist in the loss.

Belles beat Bluffton
Patsy Mahoney scored her 1,000th career point early in the second half and all five Saint Mary’s starters tallied at least 10 points apiece as the Belles defeated Bluffton University 69-57 in the Otterbein Smokey Ballenger Classic on Thursday afternoon.
Plymouth alumna Jessica Centa scored 10 points along with Mahoney and Kelley Murphy, while Maggie Ronan put up 14 for the Belles.
Saint Mary’s (5-7) will open up 2012 by returning to conference play at Adrian Jan. 4.

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