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BREMEN â€” While the final score may have ended up the same as the two teamsâ€™ first meeting earlier this month, Wednesdayâ€™s Bremen Sectional opener between the host Lions and Triton was anything but a foregone conclusion.
PLYMOUTH â€” Itâ€™s rivalry week.
The first of several really â€” at least for Plymouthâ€™s Rockies as they travel to Concord for what has become one of the most heated confrontations of the Northern Lakes Conference season. There is no love lost between these two teams on the field and while Plymouth comes into the game with three straight impressive wins, Concord had its perfect season upset with a stunning loss to Jimtown last week 48-0.
Eagles, Bluejays advance at CMA Sectional
Host Culver Military Academy beat Knox on all five courts, and North Judson topped Rochester in another 5-0 match to set up tonightâ€™s CMA Boys Tennis Sectional championship Wednesday.
The Eagles, who are looking for their ninth straight sectional crown and are two-time defending regional champions, surrendered just three games to Knox on all but the 2 doubles court, where Damon Ritchie and Curtis Scherer extended Arturo Lizaragga and Jorge Segura to 12 games in the first set before succumbing 7-5, 6-1.