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January 21st, 2011
BREMEN 43, JOHN GLENN 35
At Bi-County consolation at Lakeville
Score by quarters
Bremen: 9 14 30 43
Glenn: 11 16 20 35
BREMEN (43): Brooke Baker 1 0-0 2, Kailee Feldman 4 0-0 8, Shayna Graverson 0 0-0 0, Hope Jordan 0 0-0 0, Jenessa Morris 1 1-2 3, Jenna Pfeiffer 2 4-6 8, Brittney Pittman 3 2-3 8, Allison Shorter 0 0-2 0, Lerin Studt 6 2-2 14; Totals: 17 9-15 43.
LAKEVILLE â€” Fourpeat defending girls champion Oregon-Davis scuffled its way to a double-digit victory, while OD shooter Zach Richie was sidelined with the flu as the LaVille Lancers beat their guests by a lopsided 80-42 margin, and the Lady Bobcats survived 67-56 in first-round TCU Bi-County Basketball Tournament action Tuesday at Dale E. Cox Gymnasium.
Class A, No. 4 Lady Bobcats 67, Lady Lancers 56
Class A No. 4 Oregon-Davis got out-boarded by 15 and clanked its way to a 14-of-31 disaster from the charity stripe...and still won by double figures.
BREMEN â€” Culverâ€™s girls and boys basketball teams advanced to the semifinals of the Teachers Credit Union Bi-County Basketball Tour-nament with victories over host Bremen Tuesday night.
The Culver girls fought off a late Bremen rally in notching a 40-37 win, while the boys finished with a nine-point run for a 47-35 triumph.
Class 2A, No. 8 Lady Cavs 40, Lady Lions 37
ARGOS â€” Third quarter defense cued a Lady Dragons win in the girls opener, while Glenn used a 22-4 second quarter to take control for the eventual win as the Falcons beat host Argos 75-30 in a boys reprisal for Glennâ€™s 50-39 loss to the Lady Dragons as the 46th Annual TCU Bi-County Basketball Tour-nament got under way at Argos Tuesday.
Lady Dragons 50,
Lady Falcons 39
In girlsâ€™ action, Argos used a big third quarter to pull away from Glenn 50-39 in the first round of the 46th Teachers Credit Union Bi-County tournament.
NEW CARLISLE â€” Griffyn Carpenter put on same late heroics, while Tritonâ€™s girls did just enough to hold off the Lady Cougars in hostile territory.
As the 46th annual Boys Bi-County Basketball Tournament gets underway tonight, many area teams are looking for a shot to check off one of the big three on their 2010-11 to-do list.
Over its long history, the eight-team tilt has taken on special importance for its participants and for many, this week has been circled on their calendars since summer, along with conference games and the IHSAA tournament.
BOURBON â€”Â The Triton High School Athletic Department has now created the Triton Athletic Hall of Fame.
What began as a vision by Triton Athletic Director Mason McIntyre will come to fruition during the Hall of Fame weekend February 18 and 19.
â€śBeing a Trojan myself, I know and understand the importance of recognizing the many athletes who have paved the way for our department,â€ť McIntyre stated. â€śIt is because of these great coaches, athletes and contributors that the Triton Athletic Department has been so successful over the years. It is time to give credit where credit is due.â€ť
BOURBON â€” Tritonâ€™s 5-3 start to the season was anything but overwhelming, especially considering the level of expectations placed on the Class A third-ranked three-peat sectional champs.
The good news for the Trojans is they seem to be regaining some of their former swagger. And that was bad news Saturday night for Culver.
The past few Bi-County Tournaments have seemed like something of a foregone conclusion, with Oregon-Davis topping the pile four straight years. With four-time tourney MVP Gabbi Minix and the rest of that dynasty long gone, however, this yearâ€™s 34th annual girls tilt could be the end of an era.
Just not if the Bobcats have anything to say about.
PLYMOUTH â€” Plymouth hung tough with LaPorte for a half, but the Slicers turned it up after the break.
The Pilgrims held a slight, 25-23 advantage over the visitors at halftime, but they were outscored 17-9 in the third quarter on their way to a 54-56 nonconference loss at The Rock Saturday.