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PLYMOUTH â€” Plymouth freshman setter Haley Harrell was named to the All-Northern Lakes Conference volleyball team. Harrell set a perfect 361-for-361 for 110 assists in three sectional matches Oct. 20 and 22.
PLYMOUTH â€” Itâ€™s never easy to beat a team twice, especially on the road, but NorthWood sure made it look that way.
The Panthers put up 406 total yards of offense while holding Plymouth to a mere 151, and NorthWood backed up its Week 9 defeat of the Rockies with a 49-16 rout at The Rockpile Friday.
Plymouth closes out its season at 4-7, while NorthWood (8-3) moves on to host Concord in the Class 4A Sectional 11 championship next Friday.
BREMEN â€” Bremenâ€™s football team set quite a tone Friday night.
The Class 2A No. 5 Lions scored in each of their first seven possessions and allowed visiting Manchester just 27 total yards of first-half offense on their way to a dominating 47-14 Sectional 26 semifinal win at Don Bunge Field.
The Lions, in search of their second straight sectional crown, welcome Lewis Cass, a 28-7 winner over Rochester Friday, in next weekâ€™s title bout.
CULVER â€” The Culver Cavaliers exacted revenge on West Central for an earlier season defeat in typical, grind-it-out fashion Friday night.
After West Central went up early with a 23-yard touchdown run at the 8:37 stop of the first quarter, the Cavs responded with two scores of their own from Kevin Hogan â€”Â a 3- and 2-yard run â€”Â to take a 14-8 lead and never looked back in a 24-14 win over the Trojans in a Sectional 33 semifinal at Culver.
MISHAWAKA â€” Teshon Sanders made quite a first impression on the John Glenn High football team Friday night.
Starting in the backfield for the first time this season, the 5-foot-10, 210-pound Sanders had 10 carries for 82 yards and two touchdowns, helping No. 2 Mishawaka Marian post a 22-14 win over Glenn in Class 3A Sectional 17 semifinal action at Otolski Field.
Mistakes bite Eagles
Culver Military Academy turned the ball over six times â€”Â four fumbles and a pair of interceptions â€”Â in a 35-15 Class 3A Football Sectional 17 loss to St. Joe at Oliver Field Friday.
Aramonti Phillips returned a kickoff 88 yards for a touchdown for the Eagles, and Edmund Hogan returned a fumble 15 yards for another score.
Ralph Laux led CMA in rushing with 58 yards.
St. Joe was led by David Arsenault with 162 yards and four touchdowns.
Class 3A, Sectional 17
â€˘Â ST. JOSEPHâ€™S 35, CULVER MILITARY 15
Score by quarters
St. Joe: 0 7 28 0 â€”Â 35
Plymouth and Culver will both get a second chance at some familiar foes, while John Glenn hits the road for an unknown opponent as sectional semifinals take place Friday.
The Rockies (4-6) havenâ€™t had to wait long since last seeing Northern Lakes Conference-rival NorthWood (7-3).
BOURBON â€”Â Triton basketball gear is on sale now through Oct. 31 at bsnsports.com to support the 2011-12 Trojans. Items such as polo shirts, long sleeve and short sleeve shirts, and sweatshirts are listed on this site. Anyone interested should use the following instructions:
1. Go to www.bsnsports.com and click on team Uniforms
2. Under Team Uniforms, scroll down until you can click on 'My Team Shop'
3. Enter team access code trojan9G4 after clicking on 'login to my team shop'
CULVER â€” Scrappy defensive play and teamwork earned Culver its first sectional crown in 14 years Saturday.
The Lady Cavaliers put in another scrappy performance at Tuesdayâ€™s regional with Fort Wayne Blackhawk, but the home team still fell in three games to the visiting Braves, 25-23, 25-19, 25-14, at the Class A Culver Community Volleyball Regional.
Blackhawk improves to 17-19 and moves on to play Frontier at the Caston Semistate Saturday.
Wabash enters top 10 with win over Denison
Wabashâ€™s Little Giants hope a dominating third quarter Saturday sets the tone for the final three regular season games.
The ninth-ranked Little Giants controlled the second half against Denison Saturday for a 39-13 NCAC win.
Wabash (7-0, 4-0) broke from an 11-6 halftime lead over the Big Red with stifling defense and three third quarter touchdowns.