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August 29, 2011

Volleyball
Plymouth places 4th at home tourney
The Plymouth volleyball team went 2-2 at its home Powerball Tournament to finish fourth place out of a talented field of eight teams, while Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association Class 2A, No. 1-rated Muncie Burris beat Penn 25-21, 25-19 for the tourney title Saturday.
The Lady Pilgrims beat Michigan City Marquette 25-23, 25-21 and rallied back from a first-game defeat to beat Southwood 22-25, 27-26, 15-10 before losing to eventual champion Burris 25-16, 25-15 in pool play. Plymouth went on to fall to Valparaiso 25-20, 25-18 in the consolation match.
• POWERBALL TOURNAMENT
At Plymouth
Championship: Muncie Burris 2, Penn 0 (25-21, 25-19)
Red pool: Plymouth 2, Marquette 0 (25-23, 25-21); Burris 2, Southwood 0 (25-20, 25-22); Plymouth 2, Southwood 1 (22-25, 27-26, 15-10); Burris 2, Marquette 0 (25-14, 25-16); Burris 2, Plymouth 0 (25-16, 25-15); Southwood 2 Marquette 0 (25-19, 25-10)
White pool: Penn 2, Lake Central 0 (25-15, 25-17); Valparaiso 2, New Prairie 0 (25-11, 25-14); Penn 2, Valpariaso 0 (25-17, 25-17); New Prairie 2, Lake Central 0 (25-21, 25-21); Penn 2, New Prairie 0 (25-21, 25-15); Valparaiso 2, Lake Central 1 (23-25, 25-17, 15-9)
Third-place: Valparaiso 2, Plymouth 0 (25-20, 25-18)
Fifth-place: New Prairie 2, Southwood 1 (25-18, 21-25, 15-10)
Seventh-place: Lake Central 2, Marquette 0 (25-20, 25-12)

CGA goes 2-1 at Lawrence Central
Culver Girls Academy went 2-1 at Lawrence Central High School Saturday, beating host Lawrence Central 25-23, 25-18 and Heritage Christian 25-20, 25-18 before losing to New Palestine 25-22, 25-19.
Katie Bjornson led the Lady Eagles in kills with 16 on the day while Abby Jeffirs put away 11. The duo finished with 19 and 23 digs, respectively, while Emily Gilland registered 22 assists and Paige Baldacci passed out 16.
• NEW PALESTINE 2, CGA 0 (25-22, 25-19)
At Lawrence Central
CGA stats
Kills: Katie Bjornson 3, Abby Jeffirs 3
Assists: Emily Gilland 8, Paige Baldacci 2
Digs: Jeffirs 9, Bjornson 6
Record: Culver Girls Academy 2-1
• CGA 2, HERITAGE CHRISTIAN 0 (25-20, 25-18
CGA stats
Kills: Bjornson 4, Jeffirs 3
Aces: Bjornson 3
Assists: Baldacci 5, Gilland 4
Digs: Bjornson 7, Baldacci 4, Andrea Lin 4, Jeffirs 4, Gilland 4
Blocks: Torrie Christlieb 4
• CGA 2, LAWRENCE CENTRAL 0 (25-23, 25-18)
At Lawrence Central
CGA stats
Kills: Bjornson 9, Jeffirs 5, Christlieb 5
Aces: Bjornson 2, Gilland 2
Assists: Gilland 10, Baldacci 9
Digs: Jeffirs 10, Bjornson 6

Knox hosts JV tourney
Knox finished fourth and John Glenn placed fifth at the Knox JV Volleyball Tournament Saturday.
Knox went 2-1 and Glenn went 1-2 in pool play at the tilt.
• KNOX JV TOURNAMENT
At Knox
Final standings: 1. Fairfield, 2. Pioneer, 3. Muncie Burris, 4. Knox, 5. Glenn, 6. Wabash, 7. Rochester, 8. Churubusco.
Pool A: Knox 2, Wabash 0; Fairfield 2, Churubusco 0; Fairfield 2, Knox 1; Wabash 2, Churubusco 1; Knox 2, Churubusco 0; Fairfield 2, Wabash 0
Pool B: Pioneer 2, John Glenn 1; Muncie Burris 2, Rochester 0; Pioneer 2, Rochester 0; Muncie Burris 2, John Glenn 0; Pioneer 2, Muncie Burris 1; John Glenn 2, Rochester 0

Bremen loses at Concord
Bremen lost a volleyball match 25-18, 25-9, 25-17 at Concord last Thursday.
Brooke Baker led the Lady Lions in kills and aces with 10 and 2, respectively, while Allie Shorter handed out 15 assists, and Mikayla Gardner and Bethany Grove each had five digs on target. Baker also recorded three blocks.
• CONCORD 3, BREMEN 0 (25-18, 25-9, 25-17)
At Elkhart
Bremen stats
Kills: Brooke Baker 10
Aces: Baker 2
Assists: Allie Shorter 15
Digs: Mikayla Gardner 5, Bethany Grove 5
Blocks: Baker 3

John Glenn beats Triton
John Glenn handed visiting Triton a 25-11, 25-19, 25-20 defeat at The Aerie last Thursday.
Steph Radandt put away 17 kills while serving up six aces to lead the Falcons. Anna Schmalzried set 14 assists, and Amanda Bogard recorded 14 digs as Glenn moved to 3-1 on the year.
• JOHN GLENN 3, TRITON 0 (25-11, 25-19, 25-20)
At Walkerton
Glenn stats
Kills: Steph Radandt 17
Aces: Radandt 6, Brie Newland 3
Assists: Anna Schmalzried 14, Newland 5
Digs: Amanda Bogard 14, Radandt 12
Record: Glenn 3-1.
JV score: Glenn 2, Triton 0 (25-11, 25-21)

North Judson tops OD in 3
North Judson-San Pierre beat Oregon-Davis 25-6, 25-15, 25-18 at home last Thursday.
Kayla Zimmerman and Laura Bailey led the Lady Bluejays in kills with 10 apiece, while Zimmerman served six aces, and Elizabeth White had five. White led the team in assists with 23, meanwhile, and Staci Allen made 14 digs.
• NORTH JUDSON 3, OREGON-DAVIS 0 (25-6, 25-15, 25-18)
At North Judson
Judson stats
Kills: Kayla Zimmerman 10, Laura Bailey 10
Aces: Zimmerman 6, Elisabeth White 5
Assists: White 23
Digs: Staci Allen 14, White 7
JV score: North Judson 2, Oregon-Davis 0 (25-16, 25-17)

Boys soccer
Rockies rally falls short
Plymouth fought back from a 3-0 deficit to knot the game up at 3-all, but the Rockies surrendered a late goal in a tough 4-3 loss to visiting LaPorte at home Saturday.
Daneil Smith scored on an Evan Glaub assist in the 36th minute to cut Plymouth’s deficit to 3-1 at the half after three scores by the visiting Slicers. Alex Orellana scored in the 60th minute to cut LaPorte’s lead to one, and Smith scored on an Orellana assist in the 63rd minute to tie the game up, but Tyler Kuzdas scored the eventual game-winner for LaPorte less than two minutes later and neither team scored again.
Charlie Brown made seven saves in goal for Plymouth, which slips to an even 2-2 on the year with its second straight defeat.
• LAPORTE 4, PLYMOUTH 3
At Plymouth
First half
L — Josh Aaron (Michael Gazdick), 12th minute
L — Aaron, 20th minute
L — Jerry Calderon, 31st minute
P — Daniel Smith (Evan Glaub), 36th minute
Second half
P — Alex Orellana (penalty kick), 60th minute
P — Smith (Orellana), 63rd minute
L — Tyler Kuzdas, 65th minute.
Shots on goal: LaPorte 11, Plymouth 7
Saves: Charlie Brown (Plymouth) 7, (LaPorte 4
Corner kicks: Plymouth 4, LaPorte 4.
Records: Plymouth 2-2, LaPorte 2-2

Boys tennis
CMA wins twice
Culver Military Academy beat Chesterton 4-1 and Crown Point 3-2 in tennis action at home Saturday.
Wilson Wu and Quinlan Smith won both their matches at No. 1 and 2 singles, respectively, while CMA’s No. 2 doubles tandem of Jack Mitzell and Aaron Aruizu also won both their matches.
• CULVER MILITARY ACADEMY 4, CHESTERTON 1
At Culver
Singles: 1. Wilson Wu (CMA) beat Jack McCrum, 6-0, 6-1; 2. Quinlan Smith (CMA) beat Michael Clemons, 6-0, 6-0; 3. Trey Moffett (C) beat Justin Sitjar, 6-2, 6-2
Doubles: 1. Will Stackhouse-Eric Maudhiut (CMA) beat Remy Hoang-Drew Bazan, 6-0, 6-1; 2. Jack Mitzell-Aaron Aruizu (CMA) beat Ryan Sears-Brady Wade, 4-6, 6-0, 6-1
• CULVER MILITARY ACADEMY 3, CROWN POINT 2
At Culver
Singles: 1. Wilson Wu (CMA) beat Daniel Smith, 6-3, 6-2; 2. Quinlan Smith (CMA) beat Boris Pavlovski, 6-3, 6-3; 3. Brendan Ray (CP) beat John Connelly, 6-1, 6-3
Doubles: 1. Paul Kendall-Patrick Mudd (CP) beat Will Stackhouse-Eric Maudhuit, 6-0, 6-4; 2. Jack Mitzell-Aaron Aruizu beat Jonathan Maginot-Chris Dietrich, 4-6, 7-6 (5), 6-4
CMA record: 3-0

Boys cross country
NorthWood hosts invite
NorthWood placed second behind meet-winner Concord, while John Glenn finished fourth, Bremen placed fifth, Triton was eighth, LaVille was 10th, Oregon-Davis was 12th, and Culver competed at the NorthWood Cross Country Invitational Saturday.
Nicholas Amor placed sixth for LaVille, while Luke Runyan was seventh for Glenn, and Thomas Dean placed eighth for Bremen. Joe Mahank was 12th for Glenn, and Nathan Bailey and Corban Wyatt placed 14th and 15th, respectively for the host Panthers.
• NORTHWOOD INVITATIONAL
At Nappanee
TEAM SCORES: 1. Concord 63, 2. NorthWood 90, 3. Marian 108, 4. John Glenn 128, 5. Bremen 140, 6. Elkhart Christian 164, 7. Westview 168, 8. Triton 198, 9. Bethany Christian 225, 10. LaVille 261, 11. Jimtown 303, 12. Oregon-Davis 334, 13. Culver, 14. Manchester NS.
Top 15 individuals: 1. Jerry Schwartz (W) 17:12.8, 2. Kyle Baker (W) 17:13, 3. Tony Spalding (Mar) 17:32, 4. Collin Chupp (Con) 17:45, 5. Joel Hartman (ECA) 17:54, 6. Nicholas Amor (LV) 18:01, 7. Luke Runyan (JG) 18:12, 8. Thomas Dean (Bre) 18:15, 9. Keenen Burnett (Con) 18:24, 10. Matt Rozycki (Mar) 18:30, 11. Matthew Fahs-Brown (Man) 18:32, 12. Joe Mahank (JG) 18:34, 13. Henry Zelaya (Con) 18:35, 14. Nathan Bailey (NW) 18:35, 15. Corban Wyatt (NW) 18:49.

Triton tops Knox
Triton beat Knox by seven points in a cross country meet at home last Thursday.
Travis Amor won the race for the Redskins, but Trenton Stackhouse and Bryce Wnamaker went two-three and Trent Cooper and Nick Nordmann went five-six for Triton in the dual meet.
• TRITON 25, KNOX 31
At Bourbon
Top 10: 1. Travis Amor (K) 18:45, 2. Trenton Stackhouse (T) 18:57, 3. Bryce Wanamaker (T) 19:03, 4. Jake Binkley (K) 19:11, 5. Trent Cooper (T) 19:46, 6. Nick Nordmann (T) 19:55, 7. Connor Carlson (K) 20:08, 8. Adam Sobiecki (K) 20:41, 9. Blake Johnson (T) 21:06, 10. Landon Kauffman (T) 21:41.

Girls cross country
NorthWood wins home invite
NorthWood won its home invitational with a dominant 41, while Bremen was fourth with 116, and Triton, LaVille, Culver and Oregon-Davis all competed at the NorthWood invite Saturday.
Cynthia Medina won the race in 19:44.9 for NorthWood, while teammates Karlie Kratzchmar, Brittani Grove and Jen Hilty were fourth, sixth and seventh, respectively for the Lady Panthers.
Bremen was led by Brooke Bahr’s eighth-place finish, while Megan Burcham placed 13th for the team.
• NORTHWOOD INVITATIONAL
At Nappanee
TEAM SCORES: 1. NorthWood 41, 2. Concord 63, 3. Marian 75, 4. Bremen 116, 5. Westview 137, 6. Manchester 179, 7. Jimtown 190, 8. Elkhart Christian 214; 9. Bethany Christian, Triton, LaVille, Culver, Oregon-Davis NS
Top 15 individuals: 1. Cynthia Medina (NW) 19:44.9, 2. Cayla Casaletto (ECA) 21:30, 3. Gabi Skwarcan (Mar) 21:48, 4. Karlie Kratzchmar (NW) 22:08, 5. Heather Johnson (Con) 22:11, 6. Brittani Grove (NW) 22:17, 7. Jen Hilty (NW) 22:19, 8. Brooke Bahr (Bre) 22:21, 9. Janell Bender (W) 22:27, 10. Emily Davis (Con) 22:32, 11. Kaitlyn Warren (W) 22:45, 12. Jenny Waltman (Mar) 22:53, 13. Megan Burcham (Bre) 23:04, 14. Laura Housman (Con) 23:10, 15. Cassidy Field (Con) 23:18.

Girls golf
CGA tops 4-way
Culver Girls Academy topped the field, while John Glenn went 1-2 at a four-way girls golf meet at the Culver Academies Course Saturday.
Samantha Seibel led CGA with a low-medalist 86 after 18 holes, while Anna Dunn paced the Falcons with a 104 at the meet.
• CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 384, PERU 442, JOHN GLENN 467, RILEY 477
At Culver Academies Course (Ladies Par 74)
CGA (384): Samantha Seibel 86, Helen Hansen 107, Kiira Yazales 98, Makenzie Montgomery 101, Makenzie Toth 99
PERU (442): Mallory Zorn 105, Emma Long 107, Maddy Eddy 104, Amelia Jackson 126, Mallory Struble 135
GLENN (467): Anna Dunn 104, Morgan Eggleston 128, Maddie Silvey 123, Presley Gee 112, Taylor Hines 130
RILEY (477): Jillian Busfield 97, Chloe Hensley 121, Imani Ballard DNF, Cynthia McLeod 133, Valerie Dainelli 126
Record: Culver Girls Academy 3-2

Men’s college tennis
Rallo leads Bethel in opener
Bremen graduate Joe Rallo led Bethel with a win at No. 1 singles and the Pilots won their season opener with Calumet 9-0 at home Saturday. Rallo beat his opponent 6-1, 6-3, while LaVille grad Trenton Stout won his No. 6 singles match by default, and he and Tim Long partnered up for an 8-0 win at No. 2 doubles as well.

Women’s college volleyball
McBee helps IUSB to first-ever victory
Indiana University South Bend scored its program-first win with a 25-14, 25-14, 20-25, 25-19 victory over Calumet at home Saturday.
Culver Community graduate Patrice McBee registered seven kills and a dig in the historic victory.

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