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Bobcats fall to Westville, 70-54

March 3, 2011

BOURBON — The magic that kept Oregon-Davis nipping at Westville’s heels evaporated in the fourth quarter.
After watching the Bobcats stay consistently within a possession or two during the third frame, Westville shot off 12 unanswered points to open the final stanza and shrugged off OD 70-54 in Class A Boys Basketball Sectional 50 first-round action at The Trojan Trench Tuesday.
Westville moves on to face Argos in the second semifinal Friday. Host Triton takes on South Central — a 59-50 winner over Marquette in Tuesday’s opener — in the first semifinal Friday at 6:30 p.m.

Strong finish pushes LaVille into 2nd round at Westview

March 3, 2011

TOPEKA — A mix of age and youth helped keep LaVille’s season alive in Tuesday’s opening round of the Class 2A Westview sectional.
Senior Codee Kimbel and sophomore Nick Amor combined for 17 of LaVille’s 19 fourth-quarter points as the Lancers escaped with a 41-37 win over Jimtown.
Amor, who took a shot to the head late, scored 10 points in the final period to help put LaVille (12-9) in Friday’s 7:30 p.m. semifinal against No. 7 Westview (19-2).

Results 3-2

March 3, 2011

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.

A memorable final run

March 1, 2011

CULVER — Culver Community head coach Tony Scheub told his Lady Cavs to hold their heads high as they left the locker room after the Class 2A Girls Basketball Semistate Saturday.
Because, although they may have fallen a little short of the championship, the list of what the team was able to accomplish far outweighs that close 47-43 loss to No. 1-rated Fort Wayne Luers.

Triton Hall of Fame Class of 2011 honored

March 1, 2011

BOURBON — From 1977 Chicago Bulls NBA draft pick Rich Rhodes to University of Michigan MVP Lorea Feldman to beloved Coach Ron Smith, one contributor, one coach and four student athletes were inducted into the new Triton Athletic Hall of Fame at the Inaugural Banquet on February 19.

Plymouth’s Kaminskas finishes second at Elks State Hoop Shoot

March 1, 2011

NEW CASTLE — Alysa Kaminskas of Plymouth finished second in the 8-9 girls division at the State Elks Hoop Shoot free throw contest at New Castle, Saturday. Alysa was sponsored by the Plymouth Elks Lodge No. 2548.

Culver's run ends at semistate

February 28, 2011

ELKHART — Culver Community girls basketball skipper Tony Scheub’s voice cracked, partly from emotion, partly, no doubt, from guiding his team through a memorable tournament run.
With that diminishing voice, he relayed a powerful message to his squad following its 47-43 semistate loss to Class 2A No. 1 Fort Wayne Luers at Elkhart’s North Side Gymnasium Saturday.

Results 2-28

February 28, 2011

Girls hockey
CGA falls at home invite in championship game
Culver Girls Academy took a 3-0 loss to the Minnesota Thoroughbreds U19 team at the championship of the CGA Hockey Invitational Sunday.
The Lady Eagles advanced to the championship with a 7-4 win Saturday over the Ohio Flames.
Aly Schmit scored three times, and Shawna Lesperance scored twice in the win, while Melissa Paluch recorded 2.5 assists, and Kaye Sitterly had 1.5 helpers.
• MINNESOTA THOROUGHBREDS (U19) 3, CGA 0
At CGA Invitational championship
SECOND PERIOD
MT — Steph Anderson (unassisted), 5:00.
THIRD PERIOD

Trojans overcome injury, foul trouble at Knox

February 26, 2011

KNOX — With leading scorer Griffyn Carpenter out and three starters in foul trouble early, Triton got some excellent preparation for the state tournament next week.
The Class A, No. 3 Trojans — already minus their leading scorer after he was injured in a game at Argos Tuesday — overcame a rocky first quarter in which Clay Yeo, Quentyn Carpenter and Austin Davis were each charged with three fouls and the visitors fell behind 16-13 at the quarter break, ultimately escaping Knox with a 52-46 victory in the regular-season finale for both teams Friday at Weinberg Gymnasium.

Lancers clinch first winning season in 18 years

February 26, 2011

LAKEVILLE — LaVille boys basketball head coach Michael Edison’s face lit up at the mention of Codee Kimbel’s Senior Night crunch-time play Friday.
After all, the 6-foot-3 senior forward scored six of the Lancers’ game-ending eight unanswered points, highlighted by a pair of go-ahead free throws following an offensive rebound off a missed LaVille charity shot with 1:39 to play, and the Lancers collected a 45-39 Northern State Conference win over Jimtown at Dale E. Cox Gymnasium.

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