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Collegiate Update: Loyola falls in MVC standings after road trip through Iowa

The Loyola University women’s basketball team lost a pair of Missouri Valley Conference games in Iowa.

On Friday in Cedar Falls, Iowa, at the University of Northern Iowa, Triton Central graduate Maya Chandler scored seven points, grabbed three rebounds, handed out four assists and had one steal in Loyola’s 69-56 loss to UNI.

On Sunday at Drake (Des Moines, Iowa), the Ramblers were defeated 84-76. Chandler finished with 14 points, three rebounds, three assists and one steal.

Loyola is 12-9 overall and 4-6 in MVC games.

Here is a look at other Shelby County graduates competing at the collegiate level.



Taylor Heath

The Triton Central graduate poured in 25 points and had five rebounds, five assists and six steals Wednesday night to lead Hanover to a 66-60 win at Franklin College.

The win improved the Panthers to 11-8 overall and 8-6 in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference.

On Saturday, Heath had 15 points, three rebounds, two assists and four steals in Hanover’s 76-61 win over Earlham (0-18, 0-11 HCAC).



Rylie Stephens

The Triton Central graduate had one rebound and one blocked shot for Evansville Tuesday in a 78-58 loss at the University of Northern Iowa.

The Purple Aces are 7-15 (1-10 MVC).



Hayden Langkabel

The Morristown graduate finished with 10 points, three rebounds and one steal Tuesday in No. 24 Marian’s 101-70 win over No. 16 St. Francis (Ind.).

The Knights improved to 19-4 overall and 11-4 in the Crossroads League.



Drake Moore

The Morristown graduate had two points Wednesday in York College’s 98-54 loss at Southwestern.

The Panthers are 8-19 this season.



Kyle Crim

The Morristown graduate had one assist and one rebound Wednesday for Hanover College in a 92-67 win at Franklin College.

Hanover improved to 17-3 (12-2 HCAC).

Madisen Hinderliter

The Shelbyville graduate placed 14th in the women’s weight throw competition for St. Francis (Ind.) Saturday at the Indiana Wesleyan University Midwest Classic.

Tim Hreha Memorial Indoor Invitational

The DePauw University event featured four local athletes.



Jill Anspaugh ran a personal-best time of 6:05.8 to finish 13th for Franklin College in the one-mile race. The Shelbyville graduate also finished 18th in the 800 meters (2:55.12).



Dalen Williams, a Waldron graduate, finished 14th for Franklin College in the shot put (11.55 meters).



Representing Rose-Hulman, Triton Central graduate Kenneth Gipson placed 15th in the weight throw (12.1 meters).



And Shelbyville graduate Zaleeya Martin won the 60 meters (7.99 seconds), placed second in the 200 (27.76), sixth in the long jump (4.68 meters) and was part of the winning 4x200 relay team (1:51.89).