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Girls basketball
Argos wins at Westville
Argos’ girls basketball team got rolling after a slow first quarter in which both teams score a combined four points in an eventual 37-21 win at Westville Saturday.
Kayla Prochno scored a game-high 12 points, while Karlee VanDerWeele and Amanda Middleton finished with nine and eight points, respectively, in the win, which came on the heels of a a tough 42-38 loss to LaVille last Thursday.
Westville was led by Shaina Jacks’ 10 points.
The Lady Dragons close regular season play at Bethany Christian Thursday. They play Marquette Catholic next Wednesday in Sectional 51 play at Oregon-Davis.
At Westville
Score by quarters
Argos: 2 14 24 37
Westville: 2 7 15 21
ARGOS (37): Karlee VanDerWeele 9, Kayla Prochno 12, Shelby Sanders 4, Amanda Middleton 8, Libby Moyer 0, Kelsy Kring 0, Shacoda Leed 0, Val Rospopo 4; Totals: 12 12-22 37.
WESTVILLE (21): Hanna Antikainen 5, Amber Haack 0, Megan Henrich 1, Shaina Jacks 10, Beth Piotrowski 2, Katie Piotrowski 1, Stephanie Popp 2, Michaela Shrader 0; Totals: 8 5-15 21.
3-pointers: Argos 1 (Rospopo), Westville 0; Turnovers: Argos 11, Westville 22; Rebounds: Argos 25, Westville 15; Assists: Argos 6; Steals: Argos 8; Fouls (fouled out): Argos 22 (Moyer), Westville 22.
Records: Argos 10-9, Westville 1-16
JV score: Argos 34 (Rospopo 10, Fishburn 9), Westville 10.

Boys hockey
Eagles fall to Shattuck St. Mary’s
Culver Military’s prep boys hockey team suffered a 4-1 setback at home Sunday.
Colin Raver scored the Eagles their lone goal at the 7:10 mark of the second period to cut CMA’s deficit to 2-1.
Nic Peterson made 31 saves in goal, but it wasn’t enough for the Eagles, who were outshot 35-20 in the loss.
At Culver
First Period
SSM - Chase Phelps (Ryan Norman, Nathan Noel) 12:26 (pp).
Second Period
SSM - Alex Rodriguez (Tyler Vesel) 11:47.
CMA - Colin Raver (Ryan Coulter, Connor Frantti) 7:10.
SSM - Max Becker (Vesel, Anthony Petrella) 5:37
SSM - Norman (Phelps, Broyden Stufko) 2:49 (pp)
Shots on goal: SSM 35, CMA 20. Saves: Anthony Brodeur (SSM) 19, Nic Peterson (CMA) 31.

7th grade girls basketball
Lincoln 7th girls win 40-16
Lincoln’s seventh grade girls basketball team claimed a dominant 40-16 win over Rochester Monday night.
Leena Tetzloff led Lincoln in scoring with 12 points, followed by Alli Andrews’ 10. Cortni Cook chipped in eight points in the win.

Women’s college basketball
Big 2nd half lifts Calumet
The Purdue University Calumet women’s basketball team rallied from an early deficit to win their third straight game, 86-66, over St. Francis (Ill.) on Saturday afternoon.
Plymouth product Alex Starr put up 14 points with a trio of thefts, and Culver Community alum Patrice McBee pulled down 10 rebounds to go along with six points in just nine minutes of work.
The Peregrines improve to 15-7 overall and 12-4 in the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference with the victory. They will return to the Fitness and Recreation Center Wednesday when they host Trinity International in the opening game of a CCAC doubleheader. Tipoff is set for 5 p.m.

Lady Chargers fall short in OT
The Lady Chargers basketball team lost a conference game with Glen Oaks Community College in overtime, 61-57.
Poor free throw shooting proved costly for Ancilla as the team went 9 of 19 from the line on the night.
Kaylia Richardson dropped 34 points with an eye-popping 23 rebounds for the Chargers. Sydney Beaune contributed 13 points and five assists.
The Lady Chargers are now 3-13 in regular season play and 0-7 MCCAA.
The Lady Chargers continue MCCAA play when they host Muskegon Community College on Wednesday with tipoff scheduled for 5:30 p.m.

Men’s college basketball
Chargers stumble at Glen Oaks
The Ancilla College men’s basketball lost a conference game to Glen Oaks Community College Saturday, 99-65.
Rosey Green led the Chargers with 23 points, while Demetrius Adams added 11 points and six rebounds, and De’Onte Nelson finished with seven points.
Ancilla dips to 7-10 on the regular season and 1-6 in MCCAA.
The Chargers continue MCCAA play when they host Muskegon Community College on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.