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September 10th

Glenn shuts out LaVille in lopsided NSC win

September 11, 2010

WALKERTON — It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.
For the second straight week, John Glenn’s defense put up a goose egg, and for the second straight week LaVille’s offense laid one.
Glenn held LaVille to a net total of -4 yards rushing and just 14 total offensive yards, while the Falcons scored on all but their last possession of the first half.

Bremen beats Triton in game of keep-away

September 11, 2010

BOURBON — There is an old coach’s adage in football that goes, “They can’t score if they don’t have the ball.”
Bremen’s Lions demonstrated that truism to perfection at Triton on Friday night on their way to a 40-6 win over the Trojans.
Time of possession not withstanding, the Lions ran 68 offensive plays to Triton’s 29. The Trojans had only one second quarter possession of just five plays. The game was a masterful performance of keep away, by a very solid Bremen offense.

Rockies nip Northridge

September 11, 2010

MIDDLEBURY — Northridge bottled up Plymouth running back Brock Smith all night.
Smith, though, found another way to leave his mark.
With the Rockies clinging to a tenuous one-point lead and 2:28 left in regulation, the senior standout blocked the potential game-tying extra point to preserve Class 4A No. 5 Plymouth’s 14-13 Northern Lakes Conference football win at Northridge Friday.
“(Smith) just made a play,” Plymouth head coach John Barron said. “The guys opened it up for him; he had a clean look and got a block. I can’t take any credit for it. That was the will of a senior not to lose.

Lady Lions beat LaVille 7-2

September 10, 2010

BREMEN — After several tough losses, Bremen girls soccer coach Erin Wellborn needed to shake things up.
She switched the Lady Lions' lineup in a match-up with sectional rival LaVille Thursday, and the strategy worked.
Bremen claimed a convincing 7-2 victory over the visiting Lady Lancers at home.

September 9th

Argos tops Plymouth 3-0 in sectional rivalry game

September 9, 2010

PLYMOUTH — Argos only registered six shots on goal, but that was more than enough.
The Dragons scored at a 50 percent clip, finding the back of the net three times and played determined defense during a key stanza at the end of the first half, shutting out Plymouth for a 3-0 victory in a reprisal for a pair of 2009 losses against the Sectional 19 rival Rockies Wednesday at Kindt Field.

Rockies back to normal this week

September 9, 2010

PLYMOUTH — In some ways it will be a week of recovery for the Plymouth Rockies and their head coach.
A week of upheaval ended in a victory over conference foe Warsaw. The team knew it would be without head coach John Barron on the sideline last Friday. Nobody expected what would actually happen.

Triton, Bremen look to get on track

September 9, 2010

BOURBON — If Northern State Conference victories weren't enough, a couple of area teams have extra incentives to get a win this weekend.
For Triton that means beating Bremen on the Trojans’ home field for the first time in well over a decade.

September 8th

Pilgrims win on Senior Night

September 8, 2010

PLYMOUTH — Visiting Clay battled back in the third set, but Plymouth’s squad clamped down on Senior Night to finish off the Colonials in the minimum of games, 25-14, 25-18, 25-19 Tuesday.
After leading all the way through, the Pilgrims battled through a total of five ties during the final game at The Rock, putting away Clay with a decisive 11-5 run.
“Our serving got a little tougher and we got some service errors on them, and that made the difference that last game,” said Plymouth head coach Walt Pickerell.

September 3rd

Anderson leads Falcons over Knox

September 4, 2010

KNOX — Josh Anderson’s running style resembles something like the merger of a cheetah and bulldozer.
And with John Glenn’s football team looking a little lethargic Friday at Knox, it needed every bit of Anderson’s speed-power combination.
The junior running back scored four touchdowns — one during each frame — rushed for a game-leading 237 yards on 25 carries, and caught a two-point conversion pass for good measure to apply a little shine on an otherwise subdued 29-0 Northern State Conference win at Community Field.

Good end to a bad week for Rockies

September 4, 2010

PLYMOUTH — It was a good end to a bad week.
“It’s a great end to a bad week,” said Plymouth football head coach John Barron on the field after his team’s 34-14 win over Warsaw on Friday. “My dad was watching this one. It was awesome.”
Barron knew that he wouldn’t be able to be on the sideline for this week’s game, owing to his ejection a week ago at Rochester. Barron also had to deal with the death of his father early in the week taking him away from his team to be with his family.

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