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Jr. high wrestling
Lincoln closes regular season at perfect 20-0
The Lincoln Junior High wrestlers closed their regular season at an unblemished 20-0 as they defeated their rivals from Lakeview Warsaw by a score of 93-18 on Tuesday night.
Most of the boys wrestled well, but three matches in particular stood out as Cody Allmon at 95 pounds, Triston Rodriguez at 115 pounds and Colton Schuler at 155 pounds all wrestled tough opponents but still pulled out victories for the young Rockies.
Lincoln finishes the regular season undefeated and enters NELMSC conference tournament this Saturday at Whitko High School.
Menâ€™s college basketball
Ancilla closes season
The Ancilla menâ€™s basketball team put up a strong defensive effort in Grand Rapids against Muskegon Community College in Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) Western Conference play but still fell short 76-70.
The Chargers were looking for a win in NJCAA District 8 quarterfinal tournament play against the third-seeded Jayhakws but came up short in the down the wire.
Ancilla was playing with a short bench with just six players logging minutes, but the Chargers came out strong and kept the game close. Neither team led by more than eight points the entire night. Two Muskegon 3-point shots in the final three minutes turned out to be the difference. The Jayhawks pulled ahead with a 3-pointer after a time-out with just 1:20 left in the game.
For the game, Ancilla held Muskegon to just 7 of 36 from the 3-point line.
Marc Constable had his first career triple-double for Ancilla notching 11 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists. Joby Renbarger added his fifth straight double-double with 25 points and 12 rebounds.
The loss to Muskegon has Ancilla finishing the season with 11 wins, a five-win improvement over last season.
Chargers go 2-1 on the road
The Ancilla Chargers baseball team started their long road trip to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina with a pair of wins.
In the first game on Tuesday, the Chargers took on the Coastal Carolina JV team. The Chargersâ€™ bats were hot as they scored five runs in the fifth inning. Ancilla gave up just one run in the top of the sixth to win the game 6-3. Pat Knight was the winning pitcher for the Chargers.
The Chargers played two games Wednesday.
In game one against Lansing Community College, Ancilla won a tough battle 3-1 against the Stars. Both teams gave up seven hits, but the Chargers managed to score in the fifth and sixth innings while shutting out the Stars to secure the win. Josh Copp was the winning pitcher for Ancilla.
The second game of the day had Ancilla taking on Pennsylvania College of Technology. The Chargers started the game strong, scoring three runs in the top of the first, but Penn Tech battled back and added four of its own in the bottom of the first. The game went back and forth until the bottom of the seventh when Penn Tech scored three runs to seal a 9-5 win.