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Warsaw eliminates CGA
Warsaw scored four goals in the second half to break a 0-0 stalemate, and the host Lady Tigers eliminated Culver Girls Academy 4-0 at the Class 2A Warsaw Girls Soccer Sectional Tuesday.
Gabby Monroy and Elizabeth Van Wormer each finished with a goal and an assist to lead Warsaw.
Olivia Fox managed a valiant 11 saves in goal but it wasn't enough to make a difference as the Lady Eagles closed out their season.
The Tigers advance to play Wawasee Thursday following the early semifinal between fellow Northern Lakes Conference clubs NorthWood and Plymouth.
PLYMOUTH â€” For anyone who doesnâ€™t think the postseason represents a clean slate, take the example of Plymouth versus NorthWood.
Coming off a lopsided 4-1 loss to the Panthers just last Tuesday, it would have been easy for the Rockies to sink to the level of a similar expectation in Mondayâ€™s sectional opener at Kindt Field. Instead, Alex Orellanaâ€™s penalty kick sealed Plymouth a 4-2 PK shootout edge, and the Rockies mauled him in a raucous celebration as they claimed a 2-1 win victory over their guests in a Class 2A Sectional 7 thriller.
DeMOTTE â€” The Argos girlsâ€™ soccer team got off to a strong sectional start Monday as the defending-champion Lady Dragons claimed a 7-0 rout over Kouts at the Class A Covenant Christian Sectional.
Argos eliminates Culver
Defending regional champion Argos kept Culver from registering a single shot on goal, and the Dragons eliminated host Culver at its home sectional in a 7-0 rout Monday night.
Damon Binkley and Dominic Cataldo each scored twice, while Zach Stockman scored once with an assist, and Chandler Campbell and Joseph Stone also scored goals in the win as Argos advanced to play Lakeland Christian in a semifinal Wednesday following a match-up between Bremen and Winamac.
Marshall Anderson recorded six saves in goal as the Cavaliers were outshot 13-0 in the closer.
Bremen senior tailback Reid Zellmer made a return from a broken collarbone with 292 total offensive yards and two touchdowns as the Lions beat Knox on Homecoming Night Friday.
Argos senior Jami Patterson scored twice as the Lady Dragons beat Bethany Christian for a share of the Northern Indiana Soccer Conference championship Saturday.
ELKHART â€” Tired runners donâ€™t make for good conference cross country results.
After four meets in the space of eight days culminating with Saturdayâ€™s Northern Lakes Conference championships at Ox Bow Park, Plymouth coach Jami Holm can tell her team needs a break.
â€śI told them after the meet, Iâ€™m looking forward to the 10 days weâ€™ve got with them before the sectionals, more so for resting than training,â€ť said Holm following Saturdayâ€™s NLC tournament. â€śI want them to rest, they need the rest.â€ť
ARGOS â€” The Northern Indiana Soccer Conference (NISC) was formed in 1969 to foster the growth of high school soccer, then only six years old in Indiana. Saturday night, two of the charter members of the conference, Argos and Bethany Christian, met in a boys and girls varsity doubleheader for the conference titles.
Argos boys vs Bruins
The boys match featured pair of Class A ranked teams, with Bethany at No. 6 and Argos at No. 19. The season finale was also the conference title game as both teams came in with unblemished 4-0 NISC marks.
Lady Pilgrims win Adams Tourney
Plymouthâ€™s volleyball team won the championship at the South Bend Adams Tournament over the weekend with a trio of two-game wins over Riley (25-19, 25-15), Mishawaka and host Adams (25-15, 25-18).
Amber Redinger finished the tourney with 19 kills and six assists, while Marissa German recorded 18 kills, four aces and 10 digs, Haley Harrell set 55 assists and served four aces, and Mikayla German finished with 22 digs and four aces.
Carly Baker led the team in blocking with nine stuffs, while Emily Eveland finished with four aces.