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February 9, 2011

Girls basketball
Argos closes regular season with OT win
Argos finished out its regular season on a positive note Monday, outlasting Bethany Christian 46-45 in overtime on the road.
Jami Patterson knocked down four triples on her way to 15 points for the Dragons in the win, while Marla ZumFelde led Bethany with 18 points.
Argos finished enters the state tournament with an even 10-10 record and will play Triton — which advanced through South Central Tuesday — in the Class A Oregon-Davis Sectional Friday at 8 p.m.
• ARGOS 46, BETHANY CHRISTIAN 45, OT
At Goshen
Score by quarters
Argos: 15 23 30 41 46
BC: 16 24 27 41 45
ARGOS (46): Keri Bair 0 0-0 0, Carly McCay 0 0-0 0, Jami Patterson 4 3-4 15, Kayla Prochno 3 2-3 8, Shelby Sanders 0 1-2 1, Latisha Shepherd 2 5-10 9, Karlee VanDerWeele 3 0-0 8, Alex Zechiel 2 0-1 5; Totals: 14 11-20 46.
BETHANY (45): Twila Albrecht 0 0-0 0, Gina Gautsche 2 0-0 5, Ali Hochstetler 1 0-0 2, Hanna Hochstetler 1 0-0 2, Mattie Lehman 3 0-0 7, Natalie Thorne 4 1-2 9, Malaina Weldy 0 2-5 2, Alena Yoder 0 0-0 0, Marla ZumFelde 7 3-3 18; Totals: 18 6-10 45.
3-point goals: Argos 7 (Patterson 4, VanDerWeele 2, Zechiel), Bethany 3 (Gautsche, Lehman, ZumFelde); Total fouls (fouled out): Argos 15 (VanDerWeele), Bethany 19 (Thorne); Records: Argos 10-10, Bethany Christian 11-9.

Jr. high wrestling
Lincoln beats LaPorte
The Lincoln Junior High wrestling team defeated Laporte Boston by a margin of 78-51 Monday. Recording big pins for Lincoln were Triston Rodriguez at 100 pounds, Tristen McMillen at 120 pounds and Taylor Fulton at 140 pounds.

Men’s college basketball
Foul trouble plagues
Ancilla at Lansing
The Ancilla College men’s basketball team struggled to contain an athletic Lansing Community College squad, losing 79-58 in MCCAA Western Conference action on Monday night in Lansing, Mich.
Sophomore starters Antonio Cannon and Ellis Cole found themselves in foul trouble early for Ancilla (4-14, 3-7 MCCAA Western), allowing Lansing (7-13, 7-3 MCCAA Western) to take advantage and gradually build its lead throughout the game.
“Lansing’s athleticism gave us trouble on both ends of the floor,” said Ancilla men’s basketball coach Greg Neeley. “They kept us out of rhythm all night.”
Cannon led Ancilla with 15 points on the night while Isaiah Christy added 13 in the losing effort.
Lansing’s Vino Ashley led all scorers with 29 points on 13-of-17 shooting.
Ancilla struggled in several major statistical categories, losing the battles in rebounds (39-25), assists (21-9), and turnovers (19-13).  The subpar performance left Neeley calling for a better team effort going forward.
“Our immaturity really showed when we faced some adversity,” said Neeley. “We have to grow up quickly as a basketball team if we want to win games on the road.”
The Chargers resume play today when they host MCCAA Western Conference rival Lake Michigan College. Tipoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. EST.

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