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First losses in Arizona for Lady Chargers

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March 20, 2015

TUCSON, ARIZONA – After starting the season 3-0, the Ancilla softball team lost two games on their spring trip, losing 5-0 to Northeastern Junior College and 5-1 to Lamar Community College. In the opener, Ancilla was shutout for the first time this season and held to five hits. The Chargers committed six errors in...
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Lady Chargers continue hot start

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March 20, 2015

TUCSON, ARIZONA – In their first games of the season outside, the Ancilla softball team ran their record to 3-0 with a double header sweep of Triton College by scores of 2-1 in eight innings and 11-3 in five innings. Neither team scored in the first game until the eighth inning, when the game...
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Chargers bounce back for double win

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March 19, 2015

MYRTLE BEACH, SC – Tough going the first two days turned in to smooth sailing – at least for one day – as Ancilla’s Chargers took a double win taking a morning game from Montgomery Community College 11-2 and avenging a defeat from a day earlier taking a 5-1 win over Mohawk Valley Community...
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Chargers fall to Chesapeake, Mohawk Valley

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March 18, 2015
Chargers fall to Chesapeake, Mohawk Valley

MYRTLE BEACH, SC – Ancilla’s Chargers had an early morning but a late afternoon as they took Chesapeake Community College into extra innings before falling by a 5-3 final in 8 innings and dropped an 11-1 five inning decision to Mohawk Valley in game two of a doubleheader. Clayton Adamson (Tippecanoe Valley High School),...
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Pilgrim basketball honors

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March 18, 2015
Pilgrim basketball honors

2014-15 Award Winners: Co-MVP: Nick Felke, Josh Anders Mental Attitude: Reis Yoder Co-Most Improved: Tyler England, Max Holloway Co-Play Hard: Matt Friar, Jack Barron Outstanding “D” Player: Cam Eveland Most Assists: Nick Felke (4.1 / 95 Total Assists) Highest FG%: Josh Anders (70% FG) Most Rebounds: Josh Anders (6.0 / 139 Total Rebounds) Highest...
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Opening day unkind to Chargers

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March 18, 2015
Opening day unkind to Chargers

MYRTLE BEACH, SC – Opening day of Charger Baseball action resulted in a pair of losses for Ancilla, with a first game loss to Garrett Community College by an 8-4 score and falling in game two to Bunker Hill Community College 6-1. The Chargers jumped out in front early in both games but some...
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Culver’s Fearnow decides on Ancilla volleyball

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March 18, 2015
Culver’s Fearnow decides on Ancilla volleyball

           PLYMOUTH, IN – Bayli Fearnow, daughter of Jeff Fearnow and Angie Schmal has signed her National Junior College Athletic Association Letter of Intent to play Volleyball at Ancilla College for the 2015 season. Fearnow, a 5’6″ OH/DS has lettered two seasons for the Culver Cavaliers under head coach Amanda Minix....
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Triton’s Garbison headed for Lady Chargers

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March 18, 2015
Triton’s Garbison headed for Lady Chargers

BOURBON, IN – Triton High School senior Brycelyn Garbison recently signed her National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Letter of Intent to play softball at Ancilla College. Garbison, a four-year letter winner for the 2014 Regional Champion and 2013 Sectional Champion Trojans is both a pitcher and first baseman. She was named the Mental Attitude...
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Lincoln wrestlers take conference title

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March 18, 2015
Lincoln wrestlers take conference title

The Lincoln Jr. High Wrestlers brought home the NELMSC Jr. High Conference Title Saturday for the 4th straight year.   The young Rockie Wrestlers barely edged Wawasee who had gotten the best of them 3 times prior this season.  Final scores were Lincoln 356.5 and Wawasee 352. Edgewood took 3rd with 306, followed by Crestview with...
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Riverside Lady Rockets Take on Bremen Lions

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March 11, 2015

The A team at Riverside Intermediate School bounced back from last week’s loss in a big way.  This game was the girls most impressive team victory of the season.  The unselfish play and swarming defensive of all ten players was impressive to watch, and was too much for the Lady Lions to handle.  In...
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