Results 2-4

Staff Writer

Boys swimming
Lions top CMA, Plymouth
Bremen’s boys swim team earned victories over both host Culver Military, 64-38, and Plymouth, 73-26, while the Eagles split with an 86-15 win over the Pilgrims in a three-way boys swim meet in Culver Tuesday night.
Nolan Filchak was a winner in the 200 IM, the 200 freestyle relay and the 200 medley relay for Bremen, while Carter Filchak won the individual 200 freestyle and was a winner in both the 200 free and 400 free relays. Will Serf won the 100 free and was a winner in both the 200 and 400 freestyle relays. Krent Hueni won the 500 free swim and was a winner in both the 200 medley relay and the 400 free relay. Trent Stichter won the butterfly and was a winner in the 200 medley relay. Beau Beeson was a winner in the 200 medley relay and won the diving competition with teammate Noah Hartman finishing second.
For CMA, Grant Ralston won the 50 free and finished second in both the 100 free and 200 medley relay and third in the butterfly. Johnny Young won the breaststroke and placed second in the 200 medley relay.
Conner Mathews placed third in the dive in Plymouth’s top finish of the evening.
at Culver
200 Medley: 1. Bremen (Nolan Filchak, Beau Beeson, Trent Stichter, Krent Hueni) 1:52.97; 2. CMA (Nolan Kolden, Johnny Young, McLain Ralston, Grant Ralston) 1:53.24; 3. CMA (Manuel Guerra, Judson Andonov, Cory Andrzejewski, Pierce Ellert) 1:59.88. 200 Freestyle: 1. Carter Filchak (B) 2:04.01; 2. Stichter (B) 2:10.06; 3. Reeve Vacendak (CMA) 2:11.32. 200 Individiual Medley: 1. N. Flichak (B) 2:13.20; 2. Guerra (CMA) 2:23.86; 3. Young (CMA) 2:25.48. 50 Freestyle: 1. G. Ralston (CMA) 22.79; 2. Hueni (B) 23.04; M. Ralston (CMA) 25.17. Diving: 1. Beeson (B) 201.80; 2. Noah Hartman (B) 162.60; 3. Conner Mathews (P) 156.40.
100 Butterfly: 1. Stichter (B) 1:03.97; 2. Seth Stine (B) 1:09.67; 3. G. Ralston (CMA) 1:10.36. 100 Freestyle: 1. Will Serf (B) 49.43; 2. G. Ralston (CMA) 50.62; 3. Alex Kerr (CMA) 58.19. 500 Freestyle: 1. Hueni (B) 4:57.55; 2. C. Filchak (B) 5:36.63; 3. Ellert (CMA) 5:47.55.200 Freestyle Relay: 1. Bremen (C. Filchak, Stine, N. Filchak, Serf) 1:40.59; 2. CMA (Kerr, Michael Wright, Ellert, Young) 1:46.58; 3. CMA (Guerra, Om Umare, Jacob Hare, Vacendak) 1:50.49. 100 Backstroke: 1. Serf (B) 1:04.11; 2. Kolden (CMA) 1:04.80; 2. Guerra (CMA) 1:04.83. 100 Breaststroke: 1. Young (CMA) 1:06.93; 2. N. Filchak (B) 1:07.16; 3. Andonov (CMA) 1:15.58. 400 Freestyle Relay: 1. Bremen (C. Filchak, Stichter, Serf, Hueni) 3:44.08; 2. CMA (Kerr, Ellert, M. Ralston, G. Ralston) 3:46.46; 3. CMA (Hare, Wright, Vacendak, Hallin Burgan) 4:01.91

Boys basketball
Triton wins 3rd straight at Argos
Triton’s boys basketball team won its third straight game with a 43-28 victory over host Argos Tuesday night.
The Trojans held Argos to 8-of-34 (23.5 percent) shooting for the contest. Jordan Anderson and Skyler Reichert each scored 11, while Masen Yeo finished with 10 for balanced Triton. Joey Corder managed just two points but also recorded three assists and two steals. Reichert clutched seven rebounds — a team co-high along with Austin Sellers.
Drew Bollenbacher and Vinny Stone each put up eight points to lead the Dragons’ offense. Javan Miller was held to three points but tallied six rebounds, two assists and a steal in the loss.
At Argos
Triton: 10 9 12 12 — 43
Argos: 7 4 7 10 — 28
TRITON (43): Joey Corder 2, Landon Kaufman 0, Jarrett Kreft 0, Masen Yeo 10, Jordan Anderson 11, Austin Sellers 6, Nathan Flenar 0, Skyler Reichert 11, Grant Johnson 3, Spencer Glingle 0; Totals: 14 11-17 43.
ARGOS (28): Vincent Stone 8, Josiah Osborn 4, Austin Brinkman 0, Drew Bollenbacher 8, Javan Miller 3, Taylor O’Dell 1, Tyler Horn 0, Cameron Andrews 4, Jordan Norris 0; Totals: 8 12-14 28.
3-pointers: Triton 4 (Anderson 2, Reichert 2), Argos 0; Fouls (fouled out): Triton 13 (none), Argos 17 (none).
Records: Argos 7-9, Triton 10-6.

Marian snaps CMA streak
Mishawaka Marian snapped a nine-game win streak by Culver Military with a 52-47 victory over their potential Sectional 19 foes in Culver Tuesday.
CMA held a 26-21 halftime advantage but couldn’t hold on as the Knights took control with a 21-9 third quarter.
Elijah Miller put up a game-high 29 points to lead the Eagles offensively, while Lorenzo Ricks scored nine.
Nick Harris scored 15, and Devin Cannady scored 13 for the Eagles.
at Culver
Marian: 11 21 42 52
CMA: 14 26 35 47
Marian (52): Devin Cannady 13, Jake Whitfield 0, Mike Hemingway 2, Jair Rodgers 8, Ryan Schafer 2, Will Whitten 2, Nick Harris 15, Izayah Newsome 6, Anthony Blum 4. Totals: 18-2 10/15 52.
CMA (47): Elijah Miller 29, Ignas Masiulionis 7, Stu Johnson 0, Jake Young 0, Rayford Dexter El 0, Lorenzo Ricks 9, Jamarrio Rule 2. Totals: 13-5 6/10 47.
3-point goals: Marian 2 (Cannady, Rodgers), CMA 5 (Miller 4, Masiulionis). Fouls (fouled out): Marian 12 (none), CMA 13 (none).
JV Score: Marian 55 (Zach Lattimer 18), CMA 44 (Addyson Allyn 16).
Records: Marian 12-0, CMA 14-5.

Girls basketball
Culver wins at LaCrosse
Culver Community’s girls basketball team held its hosts to just 19 points as the Lady Cavs won their third straight, 40-19, on the road at LaCrosse Tuesday.
Donna Zehner scored 16 points to lead Culver, while Mickella Hardy and Tatum Schultz each finished with eight points.
Schultz also dished out six assists with four deflections and five rebounds. Hardy and Marisa Howard notched six rebounds each.
At LaCrosse
Culver: 14 6 10 10 — 40
LaCrosse: 5 7 2 5 — 19
CULVER (40): Maren Stormo 0, Hailey Jones 0, Angela Lewellen 2, Tatum Schultz 8, Megan Brady 0, Mickella Hardy 8, Donna Zehner 16, Marisa Howard 6, Courtney Salyer 0, Tracey Lindvall 0, Elizabeth McElroy 0; Totals: 19 2-3 40.
LaCROSSE (19): Wherrett 0, Culver 0, Bruder 0, Terry 0, Charlesworth 7, O/Conner 0, Jonas 0, Tucker 3, McCormick 2, Heavilin 3, Vance 4; Totals: 8 0-2 19.
3-pointers: Culver 0, LaCrosse 3 (Charlesworth, Tucker, Heavilin); Fouls (fouled out): Culver 5 (none), LaCrosse 9 (none).
Records: Culver 18-4, LaCrosse 13-8
Jr. high wrestling results
Lincoln claims big
win over NorthWood
The Lincoln Junior High wrestlers beat NorthWood last Thursday by a score of 65-40. This marks the first time in six years that the Rockies have gotten the best of the Panthers at the junior high level.

Men’s college basketball
Chargers claim conference victory at home
The Chargers claimed a home victory over Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) Western Conference contenders, the Stars of Lansing Community College, 85-83, on Saturday.
The Ancilla men’s basketball team (13-8, 4-4 MCCA) made an early statement against the Stars (13-9, 5-4 MCCA), setting an eleven point lead heading into halftime, 49-38. In the second half the game continued to lead both teams in a back and forth style game; where ultimately, Lansing was never able to capture the win.
Sophomore, Mike Wickliff led the Chargers with a double-double, leading all scoring with 26 points and pulling down a game high 10 rebounds. Josh Santos and Joe Rencher added to the Chargers victory with 18 and 14 points respectively. Tque Smith also added a game high nine assists.
The Chargers will be on the road Wednesday at Lake Michigan College (16-6, 7-2 MCCA) for a 7:30 p.m. tipoff. They Chargers will return home Saturday to take on Kalamazoo Community College (11-11, 6-3 MCCAA) at the Ancilla College Ounce of Prevention game. Tip-off is set for 3 p.m.

Women’s college basketball
Ancilla women’s basketball clinch first conference victory at home
The Lady Chargers dominated over the Stars of Lansing Community College on Saturday, claiming their first Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) Western Conference victory of the season, 69-66.
The Ancilla women’s basketball team (9-12, 1-7 MCCAA) trailed the Stars (3-19, 1-8 MCCAA) several times throughout the game. However, a number of three-point shots were hit late in the game by Khadijah Moore and La’Fabian Coleman, spurring a comeback. A tenacious defense led by Michelle Detwiler, Irena James and Alexis Williams led to several steals and Taylor Kuhnle pulled down a number of rebounds, allowing the Chargers to hit several second shot opportunities, many that resulted in three-point baskets.
Ancilla freshman and Elkhart native Khadija Moore led the Lady Chargers with a double-double performance, leading all scoring with 27 points and pulling down a game high 14 rebounds. La’Fabian Coleman and Alexis Williams also added to the Ancilla conference victory with 14 and 11 points respectively.
The Lady Chargers will hit the road this Wednesday as they face off against Lake Michigan College (16-6, 7-2 MCCAA). Game time is set for 5:30 p.m. The Lady Chargers will return home on Saturday to play Kalamazoo Community College at the Ancilla College Ounce of Prevention game. Tip-off is set for 1 p.m.