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Boys basketball
Bluejays advance at Winamac
Class 2A No. 6 North Judson-San Pierre ran its record to 20 wins Tuesday with an 82-63 victory over Hebron in the Bluejays’ Winamac Sectional opener.
Four Jays finished in double figures led by John Eckert’s 26 points as Kendall Hochstedler scored 18, Andrew Frasure put up 16, and Winston Yergler had 13 for the night.
Hebron, which closes at 13-8, was led by Damon Wallace’s 23 points, followed by Matt McJunkin’s 11 and 10 points from Cody Artuso.
Judson knocked down 11 3-pointers in the win, which lifts the team’s record to 20-1. The Jays will play Culver Community Friday at 6:30 p.m.
• NORTH JUDSON 82, HEBRON 63
At Class 2A Winamac Sectional
Score by quarters
Judson: 20 42 64 82
Hebron: 13 26 46 63
JUDSON (82): Wes Delinger 0 0-0 0, Caston Sanchez 0 0-1 0, Kendall Hochstedler 4 7-8 18, Andrew Frasure 6 0-0 16, Winston Yergler 4 4-4 13, Mitch Fingerhut 1 0-0 2, Clifton Dolezal 0 0-0 0, Dustin Knapp 3 0-0 7, Evan Howard 0 0-0 0, John Eckert 10 4-6 26; Totals: 28 15-19 82.
HEBRON (63): Trevor Lewin 0 0-0 0, Trey Biggs 0 0-0 0, Tyler Crouch 3 0-1 7, Cody Hayes 0 0-0 0, Kyle Schmidt 0 0-2 0, Alex Shrum 0 0-0 0, Damon Wallace 10 1-2 23, Matt McJunkin 5 0-0 11, Jay Patz 3 0-1 10, Kyle Schmidt 0 0-0 0, John Pauer 1 0-0 2, Cody Artuso 5 0-0 10; Totals: 29 1-6 63.
3-point goals: Judson 11 (Frasure 4, Hochstedler 3, Eckert 2, Knapp 1, Yergler 1), Hebron 4 (Wallace 2, Crouch 1, McJunkin 1); Total fouls (fouled out): Judson 11 (none), Hebron 16 (Patz); Records: Judson 20-1, Hebron 13-8 (final).
Knox rallies
past Calumet
Knox rallied back from a five-point fourth quarter deficit to beat Calumet 62-47 at the Class 3A Rensselaer Sectional Tuesday.
Josh Risner scored a season-high 27 points to lead a trio of Redskins scorers in double digits as Elliott Coad scored 17 points, and Patrick Ambrose tallied 14, while Calumet was led by 18 points from Leventes Strong and 10 points from Daniel Readus.
Calumet closes at 7-14, while Knox moves to 9-12 and will play Kankakee Valley in a semifinal Friday at 6 p.m. CT.
• KNOX 62, CALUMET 47
At Class 3A Rensselaer Sectional
Score by quarters
Knox: 17 26 36 62
Calumet: 14 31 41 47
KNOX (62): Patrick Ambrose 14, Quinn Biddle 2, Connor Carlson 0, Clem Thomas 0, Elliott Coad 17, Steven Graman 2, Austin Hansen 0, Josh Risner 27, Dylan Short 0.
CALUMET (47): Thomas Brown 0, Chuck Carter 2, Robert Guzman 3, Hymes 3, Josh Joseph 0, Taaj McCain 4, Devanta Mitchell 5, Daniel Readus 10, Leventes Strong 18, Jeremiah Walton 0, Chakese Whitfield 0.
Records: Knox 9-12, Calumet 7-14 (final)
7th grade girls basketball
2nd half lifts
Lincoln over Whitko
The Lincoln seventh grade girls basketball team ran its record to 11-3 with a 34-19 win over Whitko Middle School. 
Taking a one-point lead into halftime, the Lady Red Storm came out and played an aggressive second half, forcing turnovers and crashing the offensive glass on the way to the win. 
Shannon Stephenson led Lincoln in scoring with 14 points, while Kara Morwood, Elise Patrick, Meghan Egerski and Nicole Burdine each chipped in four points apiece, Audrey Pratt added three, and Morgan Oberley rounded out the scoring with one point. 
College baseball
Ancilla swept at No. 13 Vincennes
The Ancilla College baseball team dropped a pair of hard-fought battles with NJCAA No. 13 Vincennes University, losing the first game 5-4 in eight innings and losing the second game 6-4.
In the first game, Jared Eller came through with some clutch hitting, doubling home two runs in the sixth inning to tie the game at 4-4. However, Ancilla (0-2) would strand a runner on second in both the seventh and eighth innings, allowing Vincennes (2-0) the opportunity to win.
Plymouth graduate Nic Caban took the loss despite allowing no hits in 3 2/3 innings of work.
In game two, Evan DePew tripled in two runs and Nick Patterson added a two-run double, but a late Ancilla rally came up just short. Ancilla stranded the tying runs on second and third with two outs in the top of the seventh to end the game.
Brice Kline took the loss, allowing five runs on five hits in 3 1/3 innings of work.
“For the first time stepping out of the gym, I was pleased with the competitiveness this team showed,” said Ancilla head baseball coach Joe Yonto. “That is the way they practice and that is the way they play. The different stages of hitting and pitching will come. The more we play, the better this team will get.”
The Chargers will resume play on March 12 when they host Grace College. Opening pitch is at 1 p.m. EST.