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Bremen wins NSC
Bremenâs girls golf team won the Northern State Conference championship on Saturday at the Lady Lionsâ home course at Sprig OâMint, beating out second-place John Glenn 375-389.
Glennâs Anna Schmeltz was the tournament low-medalist with a score of 86.
Triton finished in fourth with a 454 behind New Prairieâs 447, while Knox was fifth with a score of 476, and LaVilleâs Whitney Brown shot a 95.
The Lady Lions were led by Alex Homannâs 90 followed by dual 93s from Kaitlyn Ahlenius and Melissa Krathwohl and Kayleigh Dailyâs 99. Jamie Stafford shot 113.
CMA 14, Lafayette Central Catholic 7
New Prairie 62, Culver Community 0
Plymouth 21, Northridge 14
Bremen 52, Triton 7
Glenn 29, LaVille 9
Pick up a print edition of the weekend Pilot News for complete game coverage.
PLYMOUTH â Thereâs a commonly held belief among soccer cognoscenti that the most dangerous minutes in a game are those at the start of a contest, those that directly follow a goal and those that immediately precede halftime.
That certainly proved to be the case in Plymouthâs girls soccer game with Goshen Thursday.
CULVER âÂ Culver Girls Academy used a quick start to its advantage as the Lady Eagles were able to hold on and complete a 3-0 shutout of the Argos Lady Dragons in Culver Thursday.
In the fourth minute of the game, the ball got through the Argos defense, and Kennedy Kubica of CGA was able to get there first and put it in the back of the net, giving CGA the early 1-0 lead.
As Week 4 football games commence tonight, LaVille and Triton are both trying to recover from tough losses last week, while John Glenn seems newly energized after its first win of the season against Knox last Friday. All three are gearing up for border wars with neighboring Northern State Conference schools as LaVille returns home to face Glenn, and Triton travels to Bremen.
LaVILLE (2-1, 0-1 NSC)
VS JOHN GLENN (1-2, 1-1 NSC)
Lady Pilgrims fall to Panthers
NorthWood's volleyball team handed host Plymouth a Northern Lakes Conference loss in three games at The Rock Thursday, 25-10, 25-21, 23-25, 25-13.
Emily Eveland finished with a solid all-around seven kills, two aces and 18 digs, while Cassi Quissell recorded seven kills and 14 digs, and Haley Harrell notched 28 assists with 17 digs.
Hunter Stevens and Lacy Poczik each put down six kills in the loss, which drops Plymouth to 7-5 overall with a 1-1 conference record.
NorthWood stats were unavailable for the match.
BREMEN â When Bremen tennis coach Andrew Rohde first heard about the âSmash Cancerâ fundraising program at the Indiana High School Tennis Coaches Associationâs Indiana Tennis Convention last winter, his thoughts immediately went to Plymouth.
It turns out Plymouth coach Michael Delp was also thinking about Bremen for a fundraising event.
The win went in the record books for Plymouth, but the real winner at Wednesdayâs tennis meet between the Pilgrims and the Lions was the battle against cancer.
PLYMOUTH â Analyzing a loss on the road last week has been simple for Plymouth Rockies head coach John Barron and his staff.
âWhat we saw on film was really everything we saw live,â said Barron. âThey made some big plays at critical times, and we had trouble tackling in the open field.â
Binkley and Argos down Plymouth
The Argos boys soccer team ran out to an early 3-0 lead en route to a 6-2 defeat of area rival Plymouth at home at Eugene Snyder Field Wednesday night.
Dominic Cataldo scored on a Sean Mullaney assist in the third minute, Damon Binkley followed with a goal on a Cataldo assist in the eighth minute, and Binkley notched his second of three goals on a Josiah Osborn helper in the 15th minute.
Blake Milliser put Plymouth on the board with an unassisted strike in the 30th minute to leave the Rockies trailing by a 3-1 margin at the half.
CULVER â Coming into Tuesday nightâs match with area rival Argos on the heels of a disappointing conference-opening loss to Triton last Thursday, the Culver Community volleyball team set a goal to put away the Dragons in three games.
The Lady Cavs jumped off to a fast start in the opening game and never once surrendered the lead, although Argos did tie the game up on four separate occasions. By the third set, the hosts had seemed to take some of the wind out of the Dragonsâ sails, and Culver claimed a 25-22, 25-19, 25-15 win at home at John R. Nelson Gymnasium.