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LaVille breaks streak
with rout of Trinity Lutheran
Levi Lucas rumbled for 147 yards and four touchdowns in each of his carries as the Lancers broke a 14-game losing streak with a 56-14 rout of visiting Trinity Lutheran Saturday at home.
Lucas scored three touchdowns in the first quarter, and Josh Dudeck added another as the Lancers jumped out to a 28-0 lead in the first quarter in the first game of the series.
Dudeck scored another touchdown in the third quarter to push LaVille to a 42-nil cushion, and Dalton Sauer and Ben Norton each scored touchdown runs as well for LaVille, which moved to 1-1 on the season.
the Lancers open Northern State Conference play at home against Jimtown this Friday. Kick-off is slated for 7:30 p.m.
â€˘ LaVILLE 56, TRINITY 14
Trinity 0 0 0 14 â€” 14
LaVille 28 14 14 0 â€” 56
L â€” Levi Lucas 60-yd run (Jordan Smith kick), 11:48
L â€” Lucas 56-yd punt return (Smith kick).
L â€” Josh Dudeck 2-yd run (Smith kick).
L â€” Lucas 68-yd run (Smith kick).
L â€” Lucas 15-yd run (Smith kick).
L â€” Dalton Sauer 4-yd run (Smith kick).
L â€” Dudeck 1-yd run (Smith kick).
L â€” Ben Norton 42-yd run (Smith kick).
T â€” Dustin Nichols 22-yd pass from Vincent (Saari kick).
T â€” Vincent 10-yd run (Saari kick).
First downs: 9 9
Yards rushing: 124 269
Passing: (comp.-att.-int:) 6-17-2 0-1-0
Yards passing: 93 0
Fumbles lost: 0 1
Penalies-yds lost: 4-20 2-30
LaVille leader stats
Rushing: Levi Lucas 4-147, 4 TD; Ben Norton 8-61, Caleb Dudeck 10-29
Passing: Greg Peppers 0-1-0
Records: LaVille 1-1, Trinity 0-2
Plymouth places 7th at Powerball Tourney
Plymouth went 0-3 in pool play but rallied to beat Marquette 25-22, 25-21 in the seventh place match at the Lady Pilgrimsâ€™ Powerball Tournament Saturday.
Penn won the championship with a close three-set win over Lake Central, 25-16, 23-25, 17-16.
Andria Shook put away 33 kills and recorded 30 digs in a balanced effort for Plymouth. Amber Redinger tallied 18 kills with 15 blocks, while Haley Harrell recorded 80 assists with 22 digs for the hosts, who slipped to 3-5 on the year.
Plymouth hits the road for Riley Wednesday.
â€˘Â PLYMOUTH POWERBALL TOURNAMENT
1st place: Penn def. Lake Central 25-16, 23-25, 17-16.
3rd place: Muncie Burris def. New Prairie 15-25, 25-22, 15-12.
5th place: Southwood def. Valpo 25-22, 25-19.
7th place: Plymouth def. Marquette 25-22, 25-21.
Red Pool: Lake Central def. Plymouth 21-25, 25-19, 1-13.
Muncie Burris def. Valporaiso 25-22, 25-17.
Valpo def. Ply 25-13, 25-16.
LC def. Burris 17-25, 25-18, 15-10.
Burris def. Ply 25-21, 25-23.
LC def. Valpo 27-26, 19-25, 15-12.
White Pool: Penn def. Southwood 25-15, 25-15.
New Prairie def. Michigan City Marquette 25-14, 25-15.
Penn def. Marquette 25-12, 25-14.
NP def. Southwood 25-16, 25-18.
Penn def. NP 25-13, 25-17.
Southwood def. Marquette 25-12, 25-15.
Kills: Andria Shook 33, Marissa German 19, Amber Redinger 18
Aces: Mikayla German 2
Digs: Shook 30, Mikayla German 23, Hayley Harrell 22
Blocks: Redinger 15, Carly Baker 6, Hunter Stevens 6
Assists: Harrell 80
Record: Plymouth 3-5.
CGA loses at Lawrence Central
Culver Girls Academy were competitive in all games but still fell in three sets to Lawrence Central on the road Saturday, 25-22, 25-23, 16-14.
Jamie Madison led the Lady Eaglesâ€™ attack with 10 kills to go along with seven digs, while Torrie Christlieb finished with six kills and seven blocks, and Katy Bjornson stuffed the stat sheet with six kills, five digs, three blocks and two aces.
Paige Baldacci passed out 21 assists, and Abby Jeffirs led the team in digs with 13.
â€˘Â LAWRENCE CENTRAL
beat CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY, 25-22, 25-23, 16-14
Kills: Jamie Madison 10, Katy Bjornson 6, Torrie Christlieb 6
Blocks: Christlieb 7, Bjornson 3
Assists: Paige Baldacci 21
Aces: Bjornson 2, Sarah Boland 2
Digs: Abby Jeffirs 13, Madison 7, Bjornson 5
Record: Culver Girls Academy 0-1
Girls cross country
Lady Pilgrims place 4th at Penn Hokum Karem
Plymouthâ€™s girls cross country team finished fourth at the Penn Hokum Karem Saturday, while Culver Girls Academy finished 10th at the meet Saturday.
Plymouth saw two top 15 performances at the meet, which scores teams based on the combined times of pairs of runners. Megan Fisher and Abby Patrick combined for sixht with a 38:43, and Libby Read and Shelby Harrel placed eighth with a combined time of 39:05 for the Lady Pilgrims, who placed six points back of Penn with 40 points.
Olivia Martinez and Kennedy Thompson led CGA in 15th wint a 40:04 stop.
â€˘ PENN HOKUM KAREM
Team standings: MISHAWAKA 22, NEW PRAIRIE 27, PENN 34, PLYMOUTH 40, RILEY 43, LAPORTE 51, ADAMS 73, NILES 116, CLAY 188, CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 210
Top 15 pairs
1. Rachel Thompson-Alex McBride (New Prairie) 36:17, 2. Amanda Farrough-Toria Sullivan (Clay) 36:53; 3. Anna Rohrer-Hannah Romeo (Mishawaka) 36:54, 4. Maddi Woods-Ally Marlow (Penn) 37:07, 5. Melinda Pittman-Kacie Oâ€™Neal (Riley) 38:24, 6. Megan Fisher-Abby Patrick (Plymouth) 38:43, 7. Jessica Duvall-Holly Wolfe (Mishawaka) 38:52, 8. Libby Read-Shelby Harrel (Plymouth) 39:05, 9. Erin Oâ€™Laughlin-Jalyn Fites (New Prairie) 39:06, 10. Jenn Priebe-Tori Ziege (Penn) 39:12, 11. Michaela Lewis-Amaryllis Adey (Adams) 39:20, 12. Camilla Holt-Hanna Coppens (Mishawaka) 39:31, 13. Tricia Place-Adrienne Henke (Goshen) 39:42; 14. Lauren Sterling-Elena Lancioni (LaPorte) 39:46, 15. Olivia Martinez-Kennedy Thompson (Culver Girls Academy) 40:04.
Boys cross country
CMA, Plymouth compete at Penn Hokum Karem
Culver Military finished with a score of 82, and Plymouth put up a score of 89 as the two teams finished in eighth and ninth respectively at the Penn Hokum Karem Meet Saturday.
Goshen and LaPorte each put up just 19 points at the 11-team invitational, which scores teams based on the combined times of pairs of runners.
Harris Allen and Wess Hibbard led CMA with a combined 32:54 for 15th place.
Plymouth was led by the duo of Clay Corsbie and Mason Reed, who turned in a 34:11 for 21st.
â€˘ PENN HOKUM KAREM
Team standings: GOSHEN 19, LAPORTE 19, MISHAWAKA 37, RILEY 38, PENN 40, ADAMS 51, NEW PRAIRIE 53, CULVER MILITARY 82, PLYMOUTH 89, NILES 108, CLAY 113
Top 15 pairs
1. Jordan Annis-Austin Ganger (Mishawaka) 30:41, 2. Reid Zimmerman-Luke Kaufman (Goshen) 31:18, 3. Andrew Timmons-Jacob Timmons (Adams) 31:36, 4. Sam Miller-Anthony Didion (LaPorte) 31:41, 5. Eric Dearing-Nate Gerick (LaPorte) 32:01, 6. Thomas Gales-Billy Holbert (Penn) 32:12, 7. Joey McGrew-Bruce Bragg (Riley) 32:13, 8. Gerardo Abad-Ricard Castillo (Goshen) 32:17, 9. Alfonso Torres-Adam Weeden (Goshen) 32:18, 10. Kevin Hucksted-AJ Raymond (LaPorte) 32:28, 11. Patrick Wagner-Jacob McKesson (Mishawaka) 32:32, 12. Dave Kampf-TJ Weaver (New Prairie) 32:40, 13. Nick Woodward-Shawn Graves (Goshen) 32:43, 14. Travis Kulczar-David Salmon (Riley) 32:44, 15. Harris Allen-Wess Hibbard (Culver Military) 32:54.
Plymouth suffered its second straight loss, falling in a 6-0 shutout on the road at LaPorte Saturday.
The Rockies tallied six shots but were unable to find the back of the net in the loss, their second straight after a Northern Lakes Conference defeat at the hands of Warsaw Thursday.
LaPorte bot on the board early on a Plymouth own goal in the fifth minute before Michael Gazdickâ€™s insurance goal in the 35th minute made it 2-0. Tyler Kuzdasâ€™ penalty kick in the 64th minute put the game all but out of reach at 3-0.
Zach Lee made five saves in goal for Plymouth, which slipped to 1-2-1 on the year.
The Rockies host Bremen Tuesday at 5 p.m.
â€˘Â LaPORTE 6, PLYMOUTH 0
L â€” Own goal, 5th minute
L â€” Michael Gazdick, 35th minute
L â€” Tyler Kuzdas PK, 64th minute
L â€” Kuzdas, 70th minute
L â€” Josh Aaron, 72nd minute
Shots: LaPorte 11, Plymouth 6
Saves: LaPorte 1 (Carter Huber), Plymouth 5 (Zach Lee)
Corner kicks: Plymouth 6, LaPorte 3
Records: Plymouth 1-2-1, LaPorte 2-1
JV score: LaPorte 5, Plymouth 2.
Argos rallies past Faith Christian
Damon Binkley scored twice, and Argos rallied back from an early deficit to hand host Faith Christian a 4-1 defeat Friday.
Jordan Oâ€™Dell and Zach Stockman also scored goals for the Dragons, who moved to 2-1. Binkley assisted Oâ€™Dellâ€™s strike in the first half to even the slate 1-1. Max Bailey and Dominic Cataldo also recorded assists in the win.
â€˘ ARGOS 4, FAITH CHRISTIAN 1
At Faith Christian
FC â€” No name given
A â€” Jordan Oâ€™Dell (Damon Binkley)
A â€” Zach Stockman (Max Bailey)
A â€” Binkley (Dominic Cataldo)
A â€” Binkley (Josiah Osborn)
Records: Argos 2-1.
Plymouth tops Knox
Plymouth moved to 3-1 on the season with a 4-1 victory at Knox.
The Pilgrims won on all courts but 2 singles, where Jordan Anderson earned a win over Tom Felke in two 6-4 sets.
Matt Flynn and Jack Holloway won in three sets at 1 doubles, edging Joe Clabough and Cody Fletcher in a close 6-4, 4-6, 7-5 match.
Plymouth plays again at Rochester Tuesday.
â€˘ PLYMOUTH 4, KNOX 1
SINGLES: 1. Gabe Vervynckt (P) beat Davey Johnston, 6-3, 6-2; 2. Jordan Anderson (K) beat Tom Felke, 6-4, 6-4; 3. John Hunter (P) beat Curtis Scherer, 6-4, 6-0.
DOUBLES: 1. Matt Flynn-Jack Holloway (P) beat Joe Clabough-Cody Fletcher, 6-4, 4-6, 7-5; 2. Kameron Eisehour-Kendall Fosler (P) beat Damon Richie-Scott Farus, 6-3, 6-1.
Record: Plymouth 3-1.
JV score: Plymouth 5, Knox 4.
CMA wins 2
Culver Military earned a pair of 4-1 victories over Chesterton and Crown Point at home at the Gable Tennis Complex Saturday.
The Eaglesâ€™ only losses came at 2 doubles, and all the teamâ€™s victories came in straight sets as CMA remained unbeaten at 3-0 on the season.
â€˘ CULVER MILITARY 4, CHESTERTON 1
SINGLES: 1. Quinlan Smith (CMA) beat Mike Clemmons, 6-3, 6-1. 2. Sam Concannon (CMA) beat Trey Moffet, 6-0, 6-0. 3. Eric Maudhuit (CMA) beat Zac Habham, 6-1, 6-2.
DOUBLES: 1. Alex Proeh-Austin Proeh (CMA) beat Ryan Sears-Christian Oâ€™Brien, 6-2, 6-1. 2. Remy Hoang-Brent Sergent (C) beat Aaron Arvizu-Justin Sitjar, 5-7, 7-5, 10-2.
â€˘ CULVER MILITARY 4, CROWN POINT 1
SINGLES: 1. Quinlan Smith (CMA) beat Boris Pavlovski, 6-1, 7-5. 2. Sam Concannon (CMA) beat Brendan Ray, 6-1, 6-0. 3. Eric Maudhuit (CMA) beat Lance Noerenberg, 6-2, 6-0.
DOUBLES: 1. Alex Proeh-Austin Proeh (CMA) beat Dominic Pevetin-Carson Hodgewerf, 6-3, 6-1. 2. Christopher Dietrich-Patrick Mudd (CP) beat Aaron Arvizu-Abel Barrera, 6-4, 6-3.
Records: CMA 3-0.
CGA 2nd, Glenn 3rd at 4-way
Culver Girls Academy finished three strokes behind Peru with a 4-4 for second place, while John Glenn tallied a 438 team score to beat out South Bend Riley in a four-way meet at the Culver Academies course Saturday.
Sammy Seibel was the low medalist for CGA with an 89, and Mackenzie Toth carded a 91. Makenna Morsches shot 111, and Maureen Reed shot 113 for the Lady Eagles.
Glenn was led by Morgan Egglestonâ€™s 101, while Kaylee Matz shot 111, Maddie Silvey carded a 112, and Emma Reese turned in a 114 for the Lady Falcons.
â€˘ PERU 401, CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 404, JOHN GLENN 438, SOUTH BEND RILEY 471
At Culver Academies Golf Course (Par 72)
PERU (401): Mallory Zorn 91, Emma Long 101, Maddie Eddy 104, Mallory Strubble 121, Maddie Denniston 105.
CGA (404): Sammy Seibel 89, Mackenzie Toth 91, Makenna Morsches 111, Maureen Reed 113, Jenna Harter 115.
GLENN (438): Emma Reese 114, Morgan Eggleston 101, Maddie Silvey 112, Presley Gee 133, Kaylee Matz 111.
RILEY (471): Chloe Hensley 109, Cynthia McLeod 122, Natalie Freitag 107, Courtney Lyczynski 135, Nicole Kirpatrick 133.
Lady Pilgrims claim NLC win
Plymouthâ€™s girls golf team earned a Northern Lakes Conference victory on the road at Meadow Valley Thursday, beating Northridge 201-212.
Lauren Rearick fired off a 48, and Kelly Henderson, Emily Denney and Emily Berger carded respective scores of 50, 51 and 52 for the consistent Lady Pilgrims.
Plymouth plays another NLC dual meet at Warsaw Tuesday.
â€˘ PLYMOUTH 201, NORTHRIDGE 212
At Meadow Valley (Par 36)
PLYMOUTH (201): Emily Berger 52, Lauren Rearick 48, Emily Denney 51, Morgan Oberley 55, Kelly Henderson 50.
NORTHRIDGE (212): Madison Stewart 52, Sidney Reed 49, Emily Thomas 51, Kelly Soard 60, Abbey McClure 62.
CGA loses to Crown Point
Culver Girls Academy fell behind 3-0 early, and the Lady Eagles suffered a 5-2 loss to visiting Crown Point Saturday.
Ann Marie and Maggie McKinnis scored CGA its two goals. Abbie Baker assisted on McKinnisâ€™ score.
Gabriela Switaj registered seven saves, and Olivia Fox finished with three, but it wasnâ€™t enough for the win, as the Eagles slipped to 1-1.
â€˘ CROWN POINT 5, CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 2
CP â€” Sarah Rivich (Rachel Marczewski)
CP â€” Courtney Farrell (Marczewski)
CP â€” Rivich (free kick)
CGA â€” Ann Marie
CP â€” Marczewski (Ashley Matthews)
CP â€” Katrina Ornelas (Rivich)
CGA â€” Maggie McKinnis (Abbie Baker)
Saves: Crown Point 5 (Meghan Morasan 2, Alyssa Vajda 3); CGA 10 (Gabriela Switaj 7, Olivia Fox 3)
Records: CGA 1-1.