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ECA defeats Argos, sets school record

Cody Vincent CVincent@ElkhartTruth.com
Posted on Feb. 22, 2014 at 11:18 p.m.

ELKHART — Cory Waycaster registered game highs of 22 points and eight rebounds as Elkhart Christian defeated Argos 60-41 in the Eagles’ final regular-season home basketball game Saturday, Feb. 22.

Five other ECA players scored at least seven points. Kenny Bearss had nine points and three steals, while Ryan Kupferschmid had eight points and seven rebounds.

The Dragons (11-6) were paced by Taylor Ogle with 13 points.

With the victory, ECA improved to 15-4, setting a school record for wins during its 10 years as an IHSAA member.

The Eagles will visit Elkhart Central at North Side Gym on Tuesday in their regular-season finale.

Elkhart Christian 60,

Argos 41

Argos — Taylor Ogle 13, Dominic Cataldo 10, Brian Snyder 6, Javan Miller 5, Casey Johnson 3, Ben Carter 2, Jordan Norris 2, Taylor O’Dell 0. Totals: 13 8-11 41.

ECA — Cory Waycaster 22, Kenny Bearss 9, Ryan Kupferschmid 8, Jude Allen 7, Tanner Watson 7, Drew Overmeyer 7, Steve Weaver 0, Jon Anderson 0. Totals: 17 20-23 60.

Scoring By Quarters

Argos — 5 8 12 16 — 41

ECA — 16 10 15 19 — 60

3-point goals: Argos (7) — Ogle 3, Cataldo 2, Snyder 2; ECA (6) — Kupferschmid 2, Watson 2, Waycaster, Overmeyer.

Rebounds: Argos (22) — Johnson 6, Ogle 6; ECA (30) — Waycaster 8, Kupferschmid 7, Allen 7.

Assists: Argos (7) — Snyder 3; ECA (13) — Bearss 3, Waycaster 3.

Steals: Argos (8) — Ogle 3; ECA (6) — Bearss 3.

Turnovers: Argos 11, ECA 13.

Total fouls: Argos 19, ECA 11.

Records: ECA 15-4, Argos 11-6.

Next: Elkhart Christian at Elkhart Central Tuesday, Feb. 25.



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