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November 23, 2012

Boys basketball
Lions open with win at Argos
Bremen grabbed a 13-7 lead at the end of the first quarter en route to an eventual 60-52 season-opening win on the road at Argos Wednesday night.
Ethan Pike scored a game-high 21 points, and Jacob Box finished with 13 points and two assists for the Lions, who got scoring from seven players in the win.
Taylor Ogle put in a strong all-around game for Argos with a team-leading 15 points, six assists and four steals. Ben Carter finished with a double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds, and Max Bailey scored 10 in a balanced scoresheet for the Dragons.
Bremen scored at an efficient 20-of-47, 43-percent field clip on the way to the win, while Argos finished 15-of-44 from the floor.
The Lions travel to Plymouth Saturday for a 7:30 tip-off. Argos will try to bounce back Nov. 27 at Tippecanoe Valley.
• BREMEN 60, ARGOS 52
At Argos
Score by quarters
Bremen: 13 30 43 60
Argos: 7 20 34 52
BREMEN (60): Ethan Pike 21, Jacob Box 13, Kai Slough 7, Dillon Mullen 6, Phoenix Ricketts 6, Wes Burkholder 4, Don Browning 3, Sam Lacher 0, Austin Adams 0, Alex Lowe 0, Reid Zellmer 0; Totals: 20 16-29 60.
ARGOS (52): Taylor Ogle 15, Ben Carter 10, Max Bailey 10, Dominic Cataldo 8, Casey Johnson 4, Derek Smith 2, Jordan Norris 2, Brian Snyder 1, Taylor O’Dell 0; Totals: 15 18-23 52.
3-point goals: Bremen 4 (Pike 2, Slough, Browning), Argos 4 (Bailey 2, Ogle); Rebounds: Bremen 29 (Browning 6, Slough 6), Argos 28 (Carter 10); Turnovers: Bremen 11, Argos 12; Assists: Bremen 7 (Box 2, Mullen 2, Browning 2), Argos 12 (Ogle 6); Steals: Bremen 1 (Slough), Argos 7 (Ogle 4); Fouls (fouled out): Bremen 24 (none), Argos 23 (none).
Records: Bremen 1-0, Argos 0-1.

Triton beats OD
Clay Yeo scored a game-best 25 points — including 11 as the Trojans jumped out to a 24-5 lead at the first quarter break — and Triton sophomore Skyler Reichert put up 14 as the Trojans opened with a 61-33 win on the road at Oregon-Davis Wednesday.
Carl Schnekenburger led OD with 10 points, while Blake Hurford finished with eight in the loss for the Bobcats.
Triton held OD to a single basket in the second quarter for a 43-8 cushion at the half in a game that was quickly put out of doubt.
Triton opens at 1-0 and will play at Plymouth next Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., when
OD will host LaCrosse at 7 p.m.
• TRITON 61, OREGON-DAVIS 33
At Hamlet
Score by quarters
Triton: 24 43 57 61
OD: 5 8 21 33
TRITON (61): Clay Yeo 25, Darren Harrell 3, Jordan Anderson 0, Bryce Wanemacher 2, Trenton Cooper 0, Tanner Shepherd 9, Seth Glingle 8, Blake Johnson 0, Dillon Meadway 0, Skyler Reichert 14; Totals: 24 6-14 61.
OREGON-DAVIS (33): Zach Johnston 3, Dalton Taylor 6, Matt Minix 0, Carl Schnekenburger 10, John Blankenship 0, Henry Clark 2, Blake Hurford 8, Joel Worthington 4; Totals: 10 9-14 33.
3-pointers: Triton 7 (Yeo 2, Reichert 4, Shepherd), Oregon-Davis 4 (Taylor 2, Johnston, Schnekenburger); Fouls (fouled out): Triton 16 (none), Oregon-Davis 20 (Minix).
Records: Triton 1-0, Oregon-Davis 0-1.

Elliott powers Cavs at Rochester
Trent Elliott poured in 26 points for Culver, and the Cavaliers opened the year with a 49-37 win on the road at Rochester Wednesday.
Micah Budzinski finished with 10 points for Culver, which knocked down 12 of 19 free throws compared to a 3-for-6 effort from the stripe for the home team.
Jonathon O’Dell paced the Zebras with 16.
Culver will open its home slate with West Central Saturday at 6:30 p.m.
• CULVER 49, ROCHESTER 37
At Rochester
Score by quarters
Culver: 11 23 34 49
Rochester: 7 14 27 37
CULVER (49): Kyle Vlach 6, Everett Krueger 0, Jordan Sanders 2, Collin Stevens 5, Preston Hansel 0, Trent Elliott 26, Chris Zehner 0, Tucker Schultz 0, Micah Budzinski 10, Bradley Beaver 0; Totals: 16 12-19 49.
ROCHESTER (37): Alec Holland 9, Dominic 0, Taylor Medina 0, Carter Screeton 3, Jacob Howdeshell 0, Cyrus Holland 0, Alec Gehrich 9, Kevin Harrah 0, Jonathan O’Dell 16, Seth Corn 0; Totals: 15 3-6 37.
3-pointers: Rochester 4 (O’Dell 2, A. Holland, Screeton), Culver 5 (Vlach 2, Elliott 2, Stevens); Fouls (fouled out): Rochester 19 (Gehrich), Culver 12 (none).
Records: Rochester 0-1, Culver 1-0.
JV score: Rochester 31, Culver 26.

Falcons fall at Clay
John Glenn had no answer for Martavious Richmond, and the Falcons suffered a 66-51 season-opening loss on the road at South Bend Clay Wednesday.
Richmond finished with a game-high 21 for the Colonials, who ran out to a 21-9 lead at the first quarter break.
Austen Hayes and Calvin Kretchmer scored 17 and 12 points for Glenn.
The Falcons will look to bounce back on the road at Goshen Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
• SOUTH BEND CLAY 66, JOHN GLENN 51
At South Bend
Score by quarters
Glenn: 9 24 38 51
Clay: 21 31 45 66
GLENN (51): Austen Hayes 17, Calvin Kretchmer 12, Drew McDonald 1, Tyler Prentkowski 4, Alex Runyan 6, Levi Schleg 0, Nathan Stegemiller 5, Jake Strong 6, Adam Stull 0.
CLAY (66): Emeka Andrews 4, Rodney Applewhite 7, Khalin Diggins 0, Dion Harris 4, Devontah Johnson 0, Kenny Jones 16, Desmond Preston 1, Martavious Richmond 21, Darren Taylor 10, Marcus Wilkerson 3.
Records: Clay 1-0, Glenn 0-1

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