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Girls basketball
Lady Pilgrims close at Goshen
Plymouth’s girls basketball team got off to a slow start in the team’s regular-season closer at Goshen Thursday, and the Lady Pilgrims suffered a 49-41 loss at the hands of the host Redskins.
Plymouth didn’t score until roughly five minutes in, and the Pilgrims entered the second quarter trailing 13-8. The visitors held Goshen to just three points in the second frame to take a 19-16 lead at the half and still held a narrow 26-24 lead going into the fourth quarter, but the Redskins outscored the Pilgrims 25-15 in the final period to hand Plymouth its second straight loss following a seven-game win streak.
Hunter Stevens scored 14 of Plymouth’s 19 points in the first half on her way to a game-high 23. Amber Redinger finished with six points, and Kaydon Fosler had five for Plymouth, which closes the regular season at 14-6 overall with a 4-3 Northern Lakes Conference mark.
Goshen was paced by Aimee Swihart’s 20 points, followed by Kayci Troyer’s 11.
Plymouth enters Sectional 19 play at New Prairie next Wednesday, when the Pilgrims play Jimtown at 7:30 p.m.
At Goshen
Score by quarters
Plymouth: 8 19 26 41
Goshen: 13 16 24 49
PLYMOUTH (41): Kaydon Fosler 5, Haley Harrell 4, Amber Redinger 6, Hunter Stevens 23, Lauren Tanner 3; Totals: 15 9-13 41.
GOSHEN (49): Deja Felder 4, Christina Gipson 7, Olivia Love 7, Aimee Swihart 20, Kayci Troyer 11; Totals: 15 18-22 49.
3-pointers: Plymouth 2 (Stevens, Fosler), Goshen 1 (Gipson); Fouls (fouled out): Plymouth 20 (Tanner), Goshen 20 (Troyer, Felder).
Records: Plymouth 14-6 (4-3 NLC), Goshen 13-7 (3-4 NLC)

CGA wins 3rd straight
Three different Lady Eagles finished in double figures, and Culver Girls Academy won its third straight game by a double-digit margin, 52-30 on the road in Pioneer Thursday.
Andrijana Cvitkovic scored 14, Saralena Barry finished with 13, and Victoria Christlieb put up 10 for CGA, which closed out the regular season at 12-8.
Pioneer was led by Gabby Dunlap’s nine points.
CGA will enter Sectional 19 play against host New Prairie next Tuesday at 7 p.m.
At Pioneer
CGA (52): Alle Baker 5, Saralena Barry 13, Melissa Binford 0, Victoria Christlieb 10, Andrijana Cvitkovic 14, Grace Holzer 2, Jamie Madison 0, Nicole Stephenson 2, Helen Weinberg 2, Rita Zambon 4.
PIONEER (30): Betsy Bingaman 3, Monica Compton 0, Mati DeWitt 7, Sarah Dorris 0, Gabby Dunlap 9, Abbie McKaig 2, Kayte Miller 7, Megan Smith 0, Brittany Snow 2.
Records: CGA 12-8, Pioneer 5-15

Lions win again
Bremen jumped out to an 18-7 lead in the first quarter and never looked back in a 52-32 Northern State Conference-closer on the road at Jimtown Thursday.
Megan Stouder led a balanced Bremen scoresheet with 16 points, while Brooke Snyder finished with nine, Ashley Lucchese and Sara Slabaugh each put up eight, and Jasmine Schafer finished with six points for the Lady Lions, who have won three of their last four games.
Madi Beadles led Jimtown with nine points.
Bremen closes the regular season at 4-16 with a 3-4 NSC record. The Lady Lions will play Prairie Heights Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the Class 2A Central Noble Sectional.
At Elkhart
Score by quarters
Bremen: 18 29 41 52
Jimtown: 7 17 22 32
BREMEN (52): Alyssa Bailey 0, Rachel Czarnecki 0, Chelsea Huppert 3, Ashley Lucchese 8, Jasmine Schafer 6, Cassie Sears 2, Sara Slabaugh 8, Brooke Snyder 9, Megan Stouder 16; Totals: 21 8-17 52.
JIMTOWN (32): Madi Beadles 9, Alli Brothers 4, Tori Henkler 0, Shawntel James 1, Rachel Miller 2, Joy Moore 7, Lindsey Stose 3, Logan Trosper 0, Ally Vicsik 6; Totals: 10 10-18 32.
3-pointers: Bremen 2 (Stouder, Slabaugh), Jimtown 2 (Beadles 2); Fouls (fouled out): Jimtown 18 (Brothers), Bremen 21 (none).
Records: Bremen 4-16 (3-4 NSC), Jimtown 4-16 (0-7 NSC).
JV score: Jimtown 14, Bremen 12

Argos can’t hold on at Bethany
Bethany Christian outscored Argos 21-12 in the final frame, and the Lady Dragons lost their regular season-closer on the road Thursday, 42-35.
Kayla Prochno scored 21, and Karlee VanDerWeele finished with 10 before fouling out, but the Dragons couldn’t find much production beyond the duo.
Natalie Thorne scored 14, and Hanna Hochstetler put up 11 for Bethany.
Argos closes the regular season at an even 10-10. The Dragons will enter Class A Sectional 51 play at Oregon-Davis next Wednesday, when they take on Marquette Catholic at 8 p.m.
At Elkhart
Score by quarters
Argos: 8 12 23 35
Bethany: 7 14 21 42
ARGOS (35): Kelsey Kring 0, Amanda Middleton 0, Libby Moyer 2, Kayla Prochno 21, Shelby Sanders 2, Karlee VanDerWeele 10; Totals: 13 9-14 35.
BETHANY (42): Marie Bontrager 4, Tori Craw 5, Jordan Helmuth 3, Hanna Hochstetler 11, Laken Richer 5, Natalie Thorne 14; Totals: 11 19-28 42.
3-pointers: Bethany 1 (Craw); Fouls (fouled out): Bethany Christian 16, Argos 20 (VanderWeele, Moyer).
Records: Argos 10-10, Bethany Christian 11-9
JV score: Argos 31, Bethany Christian 21.

7th grade girls basketball
Lincoln downs Lions
Lincoln’s seventh grade girls basketball team handed Bremen a 35-19 loss. Leena Tetzloff and Christen Davidson scored 11 and 10 respectively for Lincoln, while Alli Andrews finished with six.
The Red Storm B team also beat Bremen by a 17-12 margin, to move to 2-0. Shayla Noble put up nine points, and Kristin Brown contributed four.

Men’s college basketball
Ancilla can’t find answer for Muskegon
The Ancilla men’s basketball team lost a conference game to Muskegon Community College Wednesday, 85-76.
Top performances were turned in by Demetrius Adams with 22 points and nine rebounds. Jacob Frazier added 21 points and six rebounds for the Chargers, while Rosey Green contributed 19 points.
The loss brings Ancilla’s record to 7-11 on the regular season and 1-7 in MCCAA play.
The Chargers continue MCCAA play when they travel to Jackson Community College Monday.