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CGA falls at home invite in championship game
Culver Girls Academy took a 3-0 loss to the Minnesota Thoroughbreds U19 team at the championship of the CGA Hockey Invitational Sunday.
The Lady Eagles advanced to the championship with a 7-4 win Saturday over the Ohio Flames.
Aly Schmit scored three times, and Shawna Lesperance scored twice in the win, while Melissa Paluch recorded 2.5 assists, and Kaye Sitterly had 1.5 helpers.
â€˘ MINNESOTA THOROUGHBREDS (U19) 3, CGA 0
At CGA Invitational championship
MT â€” Steph Anderson (unassisted), 5:00.
MT â€” Kaitlyn Miner (unassisted), 6:29.
MT â€” Leah Gefroh (Shelby Parisian), 3:27.
Goalies: Paige Turner (MT), Gabri Switaj (CGA).
â€˘ CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 7, OHIO FLAMES 4
CGA â€” Meghan Grieves (Clair Fay), 11:20.
CGA â€” Aly Schmit (Melissa Paluch), 10:22.
CGA â€” Shawna Lesperance (Grieves), 8:51.
OF â€” Kara Goodwin (Melanie West), 6:07.
CGA â€” Schmit (Kaye Sitterley), 13:42.
OF â€” Katie Bilak, 13:11.
CGA â€” Gracen Hirschy (Paluch), 12:10.
CGA â€” Schmit (Paluch, Sitterley), 11:56.
OF â€” Maggie Rothgery (Abby Harris), 6:08.
CGA â€” Lesperance, 9:43.
OF â€” Katie Henry (West), 5:53.
Goalies: Julia King (OF), Gabri Switaj (CGA).
CMA rallies past Blue Jackets
Culver Military Academyâ€™s prep team beat the Ohio Blue Jackets U18 team 6-3 Sunday.
Tyler Ledford, Max Terhar and Tieg Alward each had a goal and an assist for Culver, while Ryan Barry, Peirre Lablance and Austin Surowiec also scored for CMA.
After falling behind 1-0 in the first period, Terhar broke the ice for the Eagles with an unassisted goal at the 14:09 mark of the second period, and Surowiec scored on a Ledford helper to put them up eight minutes later.
Following another Blue Jackets score at the 4:24 stop, Barry put the Eagles up for good on a dual assist from Alward and Austin Carroll with 3:42 remaining in the period.
â€˘ CULVER MILITARY (Prep) 6, OHIO BLUE JACKETS (U18) 3
OBJ â€” Ryan Hurley (Luke Veitch, Andy Ricci), 0:16
CMA â€” Max Terhar (unassisted), 14:09.
CMA â€” Austin Surowiec (Tyler Ledford), 6:05.
OBJ â€” Thomas Nykopp (Connor Kaminski) â€” pp, 4:24.
CMA â€” Ryan Barry (Tieg Alward, Austin Carroll) â€” pp, 3:42.
CMA â€” Alward (Barry) â€” pp, 0:41.
OBJ â€” Nukopp (Culley McCloud, Veitch) â€” pp, 15:40.
CMA â€” Pierre Lablanc (Terhar), 11:13.
CMA â€” Ledford (Alex Haygood, James McGing) â€” pp, 0:41
Shots: OBJ 22, CMA 34. Saves: Josh Hathaway (OBJ) 28, Jacob Lubben 19.
Menâ€™s college basketball
Ball State rallies for win from 23 down
The Ball State menâ€™s basketball team turned in one of the most improbable comebacks in program history Saturday night as the Cardinals rallied from a 23-point second half deficit to defeat Mid-American Conference rival Central Michigan 65-58 at McQuirk Arena. The victory raises the Cardinalsâ€™ record to 17-11 on the season and 9-5 in MAC play as they sit in sole possession of first place in the MAC West Division.
Freshman guard Jesse Berry led the comeback as he had a phenomenal second half performance scoring 17 points off the bench. Berry connected on 6-of-9 from the field and 2-of-4 from three-point land to spark the attack as he was one of four Cardinals in double figures.
Junior guard and Plymouth grad Randy Davis shook off a tough first half due to foul trouble and added 13 points, 11 of which came in the second half. Davis scored eight points in the final 3:30 of the game to secure the victory as he nailed two straight three-pointers in the clutch. Freshman guard Tyrae Robinson added 11 points and six assists off the bench as he shot 3-of-4 from the field and 5-of-8 from the charity stripe.
The Cardinalsâ€™ 17 victories are the most under Taylorâ€™s tenure and the most for BSU since posting a 23-12 record in 2001-02.
Uceny takes 2nd at Aviva
Morgan Uceny traveled to Birmingham, England and Stockholm, Sweden for 800-meter and 1500-meter races.
Uceny clocked a 1:59.97 in her 800-meter run at the Aviva Grand Prix in Birmingham for second place, just .75 of a second behind race winner Jenny Meadows.
At the XL Galan meet in Stockholm on Tuesday, Uceny turned in a 1500-meter time of 4:05.35 for eighth overall.