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Glenn holds on at St. Joe
Kyle Liedtky and David Jaworski each had two hits, and Tommy Knape tripled for John Glenn in a narrow 6-5 win at South Bend St. Joseph’s Saturday.
The Falcons scored all six of their runs in the first three frames then held on for the win to move to 4-4 on the season.
At South Bend
Glenn: 312 000 0 — 6 8 0
St. Joseph’s: 003 020 0 — 5 7 1
Justin Gierlowski (W, 1-1); Everett Kennedy (L, 0-1), Tyler Beck (1), Connor Sweeney (5).
2B: Gierlowski (G), Pat Klima (SJ), Evan Witsken (SJ) 2
HR: Tommy Knape (G)
Records: Glenn 4-4, St. Joseph’s 8-1.

Knights dime Lancers
LaVille lost a six inning contest to host Mishawaka Marian on Saturday, 12-2.
Justin Baker got the start and took the loss on the mound pitching through three innings as Marian plated seven runs in the fourth.
The Lancers slip to 3-4 on the season.
• MARIAN 12, LaVILLE 2 (6 inn)
At Mishawaka
LaVille: 002 000 — 2 6 3
Marian: 100 713 — 12 9 0
Brian Mischler, Reed Lewis (4, W), Bobby Norell (6); Justin Baker (L), Joe Vest (4), Jason Duerring (6).
2B: Andrew Price (M) , Kyle Luczkowski (M)
Records: LaVille 3-4, Marian 8-1
JV: Marian 20, LaVille 0

Triton trumps NorthWood
Mallorie Jennings had three hits for Triton as the Lady Trojans topped visiting NorthWood 11-9 Saturday.
Brycelyn Jennings earned the win inside the circle for Triton, which improved to 5-4.
Jodie Ramer doubled and homered en route to three RBI but took the loss inside the circle for NorthWood, which fell to 1-6.
Brynne Flickinger doubled three times, and Maddie Schwartz drove in three runs for the Lady Panthers.
At Bourbon
NorthWood: 213 102 0 — 9 14 5
Triton: 460 010 x — 11 6 2
Brycelyn Jennings (W); Jodie Ramer (L)
2B: Ramer (NW), Brynne Flickinger (NW) 3
HR: Ramer (NW)
Records: Triton 5-4, NorthWood 1-6.
JV score: NorthWood 14, Triton 1.

Culver loses in 5
Culver managed just two hits against West Central pitcher Joelyn Flotow, and the Lady Cavaliers fell in a 13-1, five inning game on the road Saturday.
Abby Jones was credited with the loss inside the circle as West Central plated 13 runs on seven hits and six Culver errors.
• WEST CENTRAL 13, CULVER 1 (5 inn)
At Francesville
Culver: 000 10 — 1 2 6
West Central: 521 5x — 13 7 2
Joelyn Flotow (W); Abby Jones (L)
2B: Cortney Feuquay (WC)
HR: Flotow (WC)

Boys golf
Plymouth takes 3rd at Goshen Invite
Plymouth shaved 10 strokes off last year’s score but still finished in third place by a fifth score criterion as three teams tied for second at the Goshen Invitational Saturday.
Zach Craft shot a personal best 78 to lead the Pilgrims in their season opener, while Nate Kolter followed with a 79, Ben Schenk shot an 82, and John Ruff carded an 84.
At Maplecrest C.C. (par 71)
TEAM SCORES: 1. Northridge 307, 2. Fairfield 323, 3. Plymouth 232, 4. NorthWood 323, 5. Goshen 325, 6. Elkhart Memorial 328, 7. Lakeland 332, 8. Concord 333, 9. LaVille 335, 10. Elkhart Central 345, 11. Elkhart Christian 358, 12. Westview 364, 13. Fremont 381, 14. Jimtown 448, 14. Bethany Christian 498
PLYMOUTH (232): Patrick Felke 87, Nate Kolter 79, Ben Schenk 82, John Ruff 84, Zach Craft 78.

CMA wins Rochester JV tourney
Culver Military Academy won the team championship with a 365, while Reis Yoder earned low medalist honors with an 84 for the second-place Plymouth Red team, which came in two strokes behind CMA at the Rochester JV Tournament at Round Barn Saturday.
Plymouth’s White team placed 10th with a 399 score followed by Bremen’s 422 in 11th.
Logan Joseph tied for second place individually for the Eagles with an 85, while Plymouth’s Kendall Fosler tied for eighth with John Glenn’s C.J. Jaske at 90.
At Round Barn (par 72)
TEAM SCORES: 1. Culver Military Academy 365, 2. Plymouth Red 367, 3. Huntington North 369, 4. Fremont 378, 5. Concord 383, 6. Marion 384, 7. Northridge 390, 8. Goshen White 392, 10. Plymouth White 399, 11. Bremen 422, 12. Rochester 424, 13. Tippecanoe Valley 441, 14. Goshen Red 473, 15. Elkhart Central 484.
Top 10: 1. Reis Yoder (Plymouth) 84, 2. TIE Tyler Arens (Marion), 2. TIE Logan Joseph (CMA) 85, 4. TIE Collin Sherburne (Fremont), 4. TIE Peyton Kime (Concord) 88, 6. TIE Corbin Bullock (Northridge), 6. TIE Joel Moyer (Goshen) 89, 8. TIE Kendall Fosler (Plymouth), 8. TIE C.J. Jaske (Glenn) 90, 10. Race Newsome (Huntington North) 91.

Girls lacrosse
Lady Eagles rout Noblesville
Four different Lady Eagles scored three goals apiece as Culver Girls Academy beat visiting Noblesville 17-1 at the Academies.
Shawna Lesperance tallied three goals and two assists, while Maeve McHugh had three goals and one assist, and Morgan Osborn and Annie Morsches each put up three goals for CGA.
Helen Hansen made four saves for the Eagles in the win.
At Culver
CGA goals: Morgan Osborn 3, Annie Morsches 3, Maeve McHugh 3, Shawna Lesperance 3, Melissa Paluch 2, Saralena Barry 1, Erin Thomas 1
Noblesville goal: Lizzy Vincent.
CGA assists: Lesperance 2, McHugh 1, Rory Byrne 1
Saves: Helen Hansen (CGA) 4, Maddie Russell (N) 3
Men’s college tennis
Bethel wins at Cornerstone
The Bethel men’s tennis team earned a 6-3 victory on the road at Cornerstone University.
Bremen alumnus Joe Rallo lost a competitive match in three sets at 4 singles, 6-3, 4-6, 10-4.
Plymouth grad Caleb Hadden earned an 8-5 victory with partner Nathan Baker at No. 1 doubles, and LaVille alum Trenton Stout and Rafael Barretto claimed a narrow 9-8(3) tiebreaker win at 2 doubles.
Bethel improves to 7-10 and will return to action on Tuesday when they will travel to Fort Wayne to play Indiana Tech beginning at 4 p.m.

College softball
Ancilla ties record with 22 wins
Through the springtime mist that was on and off all afternoon, the Ancilla College softball team persevered to pick up a doubleheader sweep over Kellogg Community College by scores of 4-1 and 3-2.
Courtney Clark led the way for Ancilla, pitching all 14 innings for the Chargers, allowing no earned runs all day. Clark scattered 11 hits while striking out six to earn wins nine and 10 on the season.
Ancilla scored in the first inning of game one when Kaitlyn Dreibelbis led off the inning with a single to left and reached second on an error. One batter later, Kayleigh Schroeder knocked her in with a single of her own, giving the Chargers a 1-0 lead.
Kellogg tied the game in the top of the third, but Ancilla took the lead for good in the bottom of the fourth with two runs of their own. Gretchen Gieseking led off the inning with a single, but was thrown out between second and third on Clark’s single. Clark moved to second on a Courtney Ferrell ground out and scored on a Rohni Beck single. Beck would later score on a misplayed fly ball off the bat of Kayla Dell.
The Chargers added an insurance run in the sixth. With two outs in the inning, Dell singled and scored on a double by Emily Steele.
Schroeder finished with two hits for Ancilla, while seven other Chargers each had a hit.
Ancilla needed a dramatic comeback in game two to pull off the victory. Kellogg scored in the first and fifth and held to their 2-0 lead until the bottom of the sixth.
Gieseking led off the sixth with a double and scored on a Clark single to make the score 2-1. Pinch runner Trisha Dillon moved to second on an illegal pitch and stayed put when the next batter, Savanna Weaver walked. Both runners moved up one base when Beck executed a sacrifice bunt. With one out in the inning, Dell lofted a sacrifice fly to center which scored Dillon to tie the game at two. Weaver moved to third on the throw and scored on a wild pitch to the next batter.
Ancilla went through a hair-raising seventh inning on defense when four Kellogg runners reached base, but solid defense by the Chargers held on for the victory.
Ancilla finishes the first half of Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) Western Conference play at 9-7 and currently sits in a tie for third place in the conference. The Chargers move their overall record to 22-8, tying the most wins all-time in school history set in 2005.
The Chargers are back in action outside of conference on Tuesday for a 3 p.m. tilt against South Suburban College. They return to MCCAA West competition on Thursday when they take on NJCAA No. 11 Muskegon Community College at 3 p.m. in Donaldson.