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October 10th, 2011

IHSAA announces state football draws

October 10, 2011

INDIANAPOLIS — The stage was set for the IHSAA State Football Tournament as 315 schools were placed into brackets at the drawing for the 39th annual tourney Sunday.
Sectional play begins Friday, Oct. 21 for all but five teams who drew a bye in their seven-team sectionals.

Results 10-10

October 10, 2011

Boys tennis
Eagles fall at semistate
Culver Military Academy fell 4-1 to Penn at the CMA Boys Tennis Semistate at the Gable Tennis Complex Saturday.
Penn advances to the state finals for a quarterfinal Friday with the winner of a match-up between Fort Wayne Canterbury and Indianapolis North Central today.
In the other bracket at CMA, meanwhile, top-ranked Carmel beat Munster 5-0 to move on to host the state quarterfinals in a match-up with Marion.
The Eagles’ lone win came Saturday came at 2 singles, where Eric Maudhuit beat Michael Wang 6-1, 7-5.

TCU Male Athlete of the Week Zach Stockman

October 10, 2011

Argos’ Zach Stockman scored two goals and made two saves during a penalty kick-shootout to lift the Dragons over Bremen at the Culver Community Boys Soccer Sectional championship Saturday.

King's Jewelry Female Athlete of the Week Jami Patterson

October 10, 2011

Argos’ Jami Patterson scored five goals in three games for the Lady Dragons as they won the Class A Argos Girls Soccer Sectional last week.

Pung pings Plymouth

October 10, 2011

PLYMOUTH — Plymouth knew where the ball was going. The Rockies just couldn’t stop him.
Dynamic Goshen slot back Chunie Pung racked up 333 all-purpose yards en route to four touchdowns, and the Redskins handed Plymouth a 30-6 loss at home at The Rockpile Friday.

No. 6 Lions beat No. 10 Jimtown, 27-13

October 10, 2011

ELKHART — Dealing with pressure was no big deal for Nate Leeper and the Bremen High football team Friday night.
The senior quarterback was one cool customer by passing for 156 yards and one touchdown and running for 28 more yards, leading No. 6 (Class 2A) Bremen to a 27-13 win over No. 10 (Class 3A) Jimtown in a Northern State Conference showdown at a jam-packed Knepp Field.
Senior running back Braxston Miller added 24 carries for 185 yards and two scores as the Lions (8-0, 6-0 NSC) earned themselves at least a share of their first NSC title since 1995.

Glenn stays in NSC hunt with win over Culver

October 10, 2011

CULVER — John Glenn’s football team savored its 28-13 Northern State Conference win at Culver Community for about a nanosecond Friday night.
With news of Bremen’s 27-13 win over Jimtown — the Jimmies’ first NSC loss of the season — the Falcons quickly looked ahead to next week’s regular-season finale with the Lions. A win at unbeaten Bremen would give the Falcons a share of the league crown.
Glenn faced a similar situation last year, but with standout running back Josh Anderson banged up, failed to capitalize.

Football results 10-8

October 10, 2011

Football
Trojans win 2nd in a row
Triton picked up its second Northern State Conference win of the season with a 21-13 victory at Knox Friday.
Quarterback Zak Shively threw touchdown passes to Cole Creighbaum and Cody Shively, and Cody Shively polished off the night’s scoring with a 12-yard touchdown run.
Defensively, Shelby Wright led the Trojans with 11 tackles.
For Knox, James Decker hit Garrett Majchrzak for a 50-yard score and rushed for a 4-yard touchdown.
• TRITON 21, KNOX 13
At Knox
Score by quarters
Triton: 8 0 7 6 — 21
Knox: 0 6 0 7 — 13
Scoring summary

October 6th

Eagles eliminate Plymouth 4-1 at regional tennis championship

October 6, 2011

CULVER — There’s always a bigger dog. Or Eagle.
Four days after winning its 15th straight Bremen Sectional title, Plymouth ran into regional rival Culver Military Academy. For the sixth straight year, the Eagles eliminated the Pilgrims from the state tourney with a 4-1 defeat for a repeat regional championship in their first year hosting the tournament stage at the Gable Tennis Complex Wednesday.

Lions trump Cavs at Culver Sectional

October 6, 2011

CULVER — It took giving up a goal to wake the Lions up. Once they did, they took control.
After Kyle Vlach’s solo goal in the 45th minute cut Bremen’s lead to 2-1, the Lions went to work. Josh Brenneman scored on a penalty kick in the 57th minute, then assisted on a Danny Reynoso strike less than a minute later to put Bremen over the top, 4-1 in a semifinal win at the Culver Community Boys Soccer Sectional Wednesday.
Bremen moves on to play Argos, which beat Winamac 10-0 Wednesday, in the championship Saturday at 6 p.m.

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