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May 13, 2013

Girls tennis
German and Shook win NLC doubles title
Plymouth’s No. 1 doubles team of Marissa German and Andria Shook won the Northern Lakes Conference championship, and the Lady Pilgrims finished third behind meet and overall league champ Northridge and runner-up Goshen at the NLC Tournament at home Saturday morning.
German and Shook avenged a three-set loss to Northridge’s Courtney Clark and Olivia Erekson in round robin play back on May 2 with a very convincing 6-2, 6-1 win over their rivals Saturday to win the 1 doubles title on their home court in Centennial Park.

May 10th

Plymouth at 3 straight with Wawasee win

May 11, 2013

SYRACUSE — Plymouth’s Pilgrims made it three in a row — this time a come from behind NLC win on the road at Wawasee (3-14) by an 11-6 final.
Falling behind early, the Pilgrims rallied late and a big three-run sixth — spurred by RBIs from Jacob Frantz, Justin Drudge and Blake Milliser — pushed them ahead to stay. A four-run seventh put the exclamation point on the win.
“We got down 6-2 in the fourth. We battled. I thought we had some great at-bats where we battled early, were able to put some runs on,” said Plymouth head coach Ryan Wolfe. “I knew one run wasn’t going to be enough there.”

Bennitt tosses 1-hitter as Bremen blanks LaVille, 11-0

May 11, 2013

LAKEVILLE — On a cold night in Lakeville, the Lancers’ bats matched the weather as they were only able to come away with one hit off Bremen’s Jacob Bennitt, losing 11-0.
Bennitt finished with nine strikeouts without walking a single batter in the shutout. The Bremen Lions came to play at the plate as well, starting the game with five runs in the first inning and cycling through the entire order.

Lady Pilgrims go 2-2 as 2nd round of NLCs wraps

May 11, 2013

PLYMOUTH — Plymouth’s girls tennis team started the Northern Lakes Conference Tournament with hopes of overtaking Northridge or at least Goshen after a third-place finish behind the two in round robin play. With two rounds of the NLC tourney now complete, the Lady Pilgrims’ chances of doing so are all but defunct.
Plymouth went 2-2 on a cold Friday evening in Centennial Park following a 6-4 start over Wednesday’s opening round and Thursday’s abbreviated round.

Two CGA lacrosse players selected for US Lacrosse Tourney

May 11, 2013

CULVER — Two juniors on the Culver Girls Academy lacrosse team were selected to play in the U.S. Lacrosse Women’s National Tournament.
Rory Byrne of South Bend and Kelsi Carr of Kitchener, Ontario will play for the combined Indiana-Kentucky team May 25-26 at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa.

Lions in it to win at NSC tourney

May 10, 2013

BREMEN — Last year Bremen’s girls tennis team split the Northern State Conference title with Jimtown. Not that they’re greedy, but this year’s Lady Lions would like nothing better than to keep the NSC championship all to themselves.
Bremen took a big step toward that goal at DeSantis Courts Thursday night, when the Lions won both of their conference tournament openers.

Plymouth in midst of crucial swing matches as rain shortens 2nd round of NLC play

May 10, 2013

PLYMOUTH — Plymouth kept its hopes alive for at least a second-place conference finish as rain cut short the second round of the Northern Lakes Conference Girls Tennis Tournament in Centennial Park Thursday.

IHSAA State Softball Tournament sectional pairings announced

May 10, 2013

With the IHSAA State Softball Tournament still a little over a week away, pairings for the 29th annual tilt were announced Thursday.
Eight area schools will filter into three different sectional sites as Argos, Culver Community and Triton head west to the six-team Class A South Central (Union Mills) Sectional, Bremen and LaVille travel to the six-team Class 2A Westview tourney, and Plymouth, John Glenn and Culver Girls Academy converge on the seven-team Class 3A South Bend St. Joseph Sectional at Newton Park.

May 9th

Areas teams compete at NSCs

May 9, 2013

WALKERTON — Bremen’s boys track and field team had already beaten both Jimtown and New Prairie in dual meets earlier this season, but the Lions knew it would likely be a different story at Wednesday’s Northern State Conference championships. With start sprinter Sam Lacher sidelined with a hamstring injury and a total of eight teams in the field vying for the top spots in each event, Bremen fell short of both.

Pilgrims make it two straight with a win over Goshen

May 9, 2013

PLYMOUTH — Make it two in a row for Plymouth’s Pilgrims as they picked up a home Northern Lakes Conference win over Goshen by a 9-3 final Wednesday.
Plymouth starter Jacob Frantz was masterful in a seven inning five-hitter where he surrendered three runs, all in the first inning of the game. Frantz recovered admirably and allowed just two other base runners in the game, one erased in a seventh inning double play.

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