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April 5, 2012

Baseball
Triton romps over Oregon-Davis in opener
Marc Lindsay recorded two hits, two RBI and two runs scored, and Triton trampled Oregon-Davis 17-1 in both teams’ opener Wednesday.
OD struggled with six errors in the loss, and the Trojans plated 17 runs off just five hits in five innings.
Seth Glingle got the win on the mound.
• TRITON 17, OREGON-DAVIS 1 (5 inn.)
At Bourbon
OD: 001 00 — 1 4 6
Triton: 339 2x — 17 5 2
Seth Glingle (W, 1-0); Jake Jones (L, 0-1), Henry Clark (3).
2B: Marc Lindsay (T) .
Records: Triton 1-0, OD 0-1

Laville loses to Rochester
LaVille managed just one hit against Rochester’s Aaron Stuart, and the Lancers fell to 0-2 with a 9-3 loss against visiting Rochester Wednesday.
Justin Baker took the loss on the mound for LaVille, giving up five runs in the first three innings. The Lancers cut a 7-0 lead down to four runs with three scores in the fourth and sixth innings, but it wasn’t enough for the win.
• ROCHESTER 9, LAVILLE 3
At Lakeville
Rochester: 311 200 2 — 9 10 2
LaVille: 000 102 0 — 3 1 2
Aaron Stuart (W, 2-0), Cyrus Holland (3), Tanner Hampton (6); Justin Baker (L), James Whiteman (4), Jason Duerring (7).
2B: Jon O’Dell (R)
Records: Rochester 2-0; LaVille 0-2.

Judson rallies past Culver
Caston Sanchez went 3 for 3 with two doubles and two RBI, and North Judson responded to a six-run top of the sixth by visiting Culver Community with nine runs in the bottom of the inning as the Bluejays handed the Cavs a 13-10 loss at Judson Wednesday.
Mike McCallum also doubled for the Jays, who out-hit Culver 10-6 to help offset six errors in the win.
• NORTH JUDSON 13, CULVER 10
At North Judson
Culver: 100 306 0 — 10 6 2
Judson: 310 009 x — 13 10 6
2B: Caston Sanchez (NJ) 2, Mike McCallum (NJ)
Records: North Judson 2-0.

Boys track
Cavaliers trump Lancers
Culver swept the top two spots in both hurdles races, the long jump and the high jump to beat visiting LaVille 75-55 in a match-up of Northern State Conference teams at Culver Wednesday.
Micah Budzinski and Matt Hurford went one-two in the 110 hurdles, while Hurford and Bradley Beaver finished one-two in the 300 hurdles.
Budzinski won both the 110 hurdles and the 400, while Hurford won the 300 hurdles and the shot put and combined with Bradley Beaver, John Ahlenius and Preston Hansel to win Culver the 1600 relay race.
Ahlenius also ran on Culver’s winning 3200 relay squad with Preston Hansel, Lodge Burgess and Ian Randolph, and he was the lone placer in the pole vault with an 11-foot clearance.
LaVille was led by sprinter Jake Freeman, who earned top finishes in the 100 and 200 and ran a leg on LaVille’s winning 400 relay team with teammates Levi Lucas, Michael Mialrik and Jamie Martinez, while Eric Shaffer won the 800 and 3200 for the Lancers.
• CULVER 75, LaVILLE 55
At Culver
3200 relay: 1. Culver (Preston Hansel, John Ahlenius, Lodge Burgess, Ian Randolph) 10:09.3; 110 hurdles: 1. Micah Budzinski (C) 16.13, 2. Matt Hurford (C) 16.63; 100: 1. Jake Freeman (L) 11.09, 2. Seth Schaffer (C)11.41; 1600: 1. Nick Amor (L) 5:11.3; 2. Eric Shaffer (L) 5:16.3; 400 relay: 1. LaVille (Jake Freeman, Levi Lucas, Michael Mialrik, Jamie Martinez) 47.0; 400: 1. Micah Budzinski (C) 56.64, 2. Craig Romano (L) 57.0; 300 hurdles: 1. Matt Hurford (C) 44.44, 2. Bradley Beaver (C) 44.49; 800: 1. Eric Shaffer (L) 2:16.6, 2. Preston Hansel (C) 2:18.2; 200: 1. Jake Freeman (L) 23.38, 2. Cole Flora (C) 24.19; 3200: 1. Eric Shaffer (L) 11:10.33, 2. Steven Lehman (C) 13:11; 1600 relay: 1. Culver (Bradley Beaver, Matt Hurford, John Ahlenius, Preston Hansel) 3:50.76; Long jump: 1. Seth Schaffer (C) 19’7, 2. Bradley Beaver (C) 18’3; High jump: 1. Jacoda Anderson (C) 6’0, 2. Bradley Beaver (C) 5’10; Shot put: 1. Matt Hurford (C) 40’4, 2. J.T. Saylor (L) 39’9; Discus: 1. Garrett Leed (L) 134’2, 2. J.T. Saylor, 125’9; Pole vault: 1. John Ahlenius (C) 11’0.

Girls track
Culver beats LaVille
Sprints and field events helped make the difference as Culver Community handed Northern State Conference foe a 67-44 loss at home Wednesday.
The Lady Cavaliers went one-two in both throwing events and the high jump as well as the 100 and 200 en route to the win.
Kayla Shaffer earned two wins in the 200 and 400, while Donna Zehner won both the shot and the discus, and Tatum Schultz won the high jump and 300 hurdles for the Cavs. Schultz and Shaffer combined with teammates Denisha Brown and Trista Littleton to win the 400 relay.
LaVille was led by Chelsea Shaffer’s wins in the 1600 and 3200 and Danielle Romano’s two wins in the long jump and 100 hurdles.
• CULVER 67, LaVILLE 44
At Culver
100 hurdles: 1. Danielle Romano (L) 18.13, 2. Tatum Schultz (C) 19.29; 100: 1. Denisha Brown (C) 12.87, 2. Trista Littleton (C) 13.91; 1600: 1. Chelsea Shaffer (L) 6:37.2, 2. Anna Kalan (L) 6:53.1; 400 relay: 1. Culver (Denisha Brown, Tatum Schultz, Trista Littleton, Kayla Shaffer) 54.35; 400: 1. Kayla Shaffer (C) 1:07.6, 2. Kelsey Gurtner (L) 1:10.7; 300 hurdles: 1. Tatum Schultz (C) 50.97, 2. Danielle Romano (L) 51.27; 800: 1. Chelsey Jones (C) 3:18.2, 2. Katy Minarick (L) 3:24.3; 200: 1. Kayla Shaffer (C) 26.52, 2. Denisha Brown (C) 26.84; 3200: 1. Chelsea Shaffer (L) 14:54.9, 2. Anna Kahn (L) 15:50.1; 1600 relay: 1. LaVille (Anna Kahn, Kelsey Gurtner, Katy Minarick, Danielle Romano (L) 5:01.1; Long jump: 1. Danielle Romano (L) 12’3, Trista Littleton (C) 12’2; High jump: 1. Tatum Schultz (C) 5’0, 2. Denisha Brown (C) 4’10; Shot put: 1. Donna Zehner (C) 28’1, 2. Shakkira Harris (C) 26’0; Discus: 1. Donna Zehner (C) 90’9, 2. Shakkira Harris (C) 77’1.

Softball
Argos shells Glenn
Argos recovered from a five-inning second by John Glenn with 10 runs in the third and fourth innings, then tacked on another four in the top of the sixth for its first win of the season, an abbreviated 15-5 win at Glenn Tuesday.
Charlie Horn went 4 for 5 from the plate for Argos with two doubles, four RBI and three runs scored, while Keri Bair went 3 for 3 with an RBI and two runs as the Lady Dragons shelled Glenn with 17 hits.
Allison Flower got the win inside the circle giving up three hits and no runs in four innings pitched.
• ARGOS 15, JOHN GLENN 5 (6 inn.)
At Walkerton
Argos: 105 504 — 15 17 1
Glenn: 050 000 — 5 8 4
Charlie Horn, Allison Flower (W, 3); Glenn pitcher names not reported
Records: Argos 1-1, Glen 0-1

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