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LaVille loses at Goshen
LaVille fell in a three-game match on the road at Goshen Monday 25-12, 25-14, 25-15.
Kelsey Gurtner and Lynae Hostrawser led the Lady Lancers at the net with respective kill tallies of seven and six in addition to five blocks apiece.
Kaitlyn Phillips and Shelby Low each served up two aces and put away four and three kills, respectively, while Katie Berger led the team in setting with 12 assists, and Kyla Coblentz put 12 digs on target.
LaVille will resume play tonight as it hosts NorthWood.
â€˘ GOSHEN 3, LAVILLE 0 (25-12, 25-14, 25-15)
Kills: Kelsey Gurtner 7, Lynae Hostrawser 6, Kaitlyn Phillips 4, Shelby Low 3, Katie Berger 1
Aces: Low 2, Phillips 2
Assists: Berger 12
Digs: Kyla Coblentz 12
Blocks: Gurtner 5, Hostrawser 5
Lions improve to 8-1 with win over OD
Bremen moved to 8-1 in dual meets as the Lady Lions carded a team score of 213, while Oregon-Davis was unable to record a team score with just three golfers at a dual meet Monday at Hamlet Golf Course.
Kayleigh Daily led Bremen with a 48, followed by Melissa Krathwohlâ€™s 53 and Lindsey Allenâ€™s 55, while Kaitlyn Ahlenius shot a 57.
Lauren Pucel led the Bobcats with a 60, while Haley White carded a 65, and Ashely Campbell came in in 72.
â€˘ BREMEN 213, OREGON-DAVIS NS
At Hamlet Golf Course, Back Nine (Par 35)
BREMEN (213): Kayleigh Daily 48, Melissa Krathwohl 53, Lindsey Allen 55, Kaitlyn Ahlenius 57, Kaylin Worthington 60.
OD (NS): Lauren Pucel 60, Haley White 65, Ashley Campbell 72.
Record: Bremen 8-1
Lady Eagles fall
Culver Girls Academy lost 199-217 to visiting Warsaw on its home course Monday.
The Lady Eagles were led by Samantha Seibelâ€™s 50, while Kiira Yazales and Helen Hansen finished within a stroke of one another with respective scores of 52 and 53, and Makenzie Montgomery carded a 62 to round out the team score.
Sarah Hartel and Nikki Lalonde shot the match low with dual 46s for the Tigers, who stay perfect at 7-0.
CGA slips to an even 3-3 on the season.
â€˘ WARSAW 199, CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 217
At Culver Academies Golf Course (Par 37)
WARSAW (199): Sarah Hartel 46, Nikki Lalonde 46, Nikki Gross 50, Elizabeth Meadows 59, Megan Dearlove 57.
CGA (217): Samantha Seibel 50, Kiira Yazales 52, Helen Hansen 53, Makenzie Montgomery 62, Makenzie Toth 66.
Records: Warsaw 7-0, CGA 3-3.
Knox loses to New Prairie
Knox lost a Northern State Conference girls golf meet with visiting New Prairie Monday, 210-257.
Miranda Shepherd shot a 57 and Kourtney Wagner turned in a 61 to lead the Lady Redskins, while Sierra Wolber shot a 68, and Sarah Coad turned in a 71 for Knox.
New Prairie was led by Chelsea Purkalâ€™s round of 48.
Knox falls to 1-7 on the year.
â€˘ NEW PRAIRIE 210, KNOX 257
At Bass Lake Country Club (Par 35)
KNOX (257): Sarah Coad 71, Kourtney Wagner 61, Taylor Kemble 76, Miranda Shepherd 57, Sierra Wolber 68.
NEW PRAIRIE (210): Chelsea Purkal 48, Maris Graber 53, Stevie Kowalski 58, Lexi Wagner 51, Taylor Myers 61.
Record: Knox 1-7
Chaney, Danielson, Cummings, Beckham win PCC Varied Best Ball tourney
The Plymouth Country Club hosted a Varied Best Ball Tournament Sunday with the team of Nick Chaney, Bob Danielson, Ryan Cummings and Jim Beckham finishing first, followed by the team of Dave Wagoner, Paul Martindale, John Ruff and Tom Flynn.
The tourney was a four-man team event, with best gross and net scores counted on all par 3s, best gross and two best net scores counted on all par 4s, and best gross and three best net scows counted on the par 5s.
â€˘ VARIED BEST BALL TOURNAMENT
At Plymouth Country Club
1. Nick Chaney, Bob Danielson, Ryan Cummings, Jim Beckham
2. Dave Wagoner, Paul Martindale, John Ruff, Tom Flynn
3. John Wendel, Phil Weybright, Larry Pinkerton, Jim Hardin
4. Drew Westafer, Jim Galt, George Blackburne, Butch Kepler
Menâ€™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.
Womenâ€™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.
Boal slips in standings at South Bend Speedway
Rich Boal of Plymouth was eliminated as several cars came together in the second lap of the 50-lap Bellman Oil Company Late Model feature at the South Bend Speedway Saturday to slip from second place in the trackâ€™s season standings.
Kenny Lollar Jr. of Buchanan finished third in the race to overtake Boal by a single point for the runner-up spot in the Late Model season points battle.
In other area finishes at Saturdayâ€™s races, Bill Miller of Knox â€” who holds the division qualifying mark set on August 13 with a lap of 14.237 seconds â€” came in third place in the 25-lap four-cylinder Front Wheel Drive race, while Ben McCallum of North Liberty placed fourth in the 40-lap Mini Stock championship.
Patton and Hite extend season lead
Rick Patton and Janice Hite of Plymouth extended their season points lead with a fifth-place finish at a MARCO Bass Masters event at Lake Wawasee in Syracuse Sunday.
Patton and Hite extended their lead to 17 points over defending champions Terry Schoettmer and Corey Thompson with one tournament remaining at the Collins Realtors Clash at Culver on Lake Maxinkuckee October 8.
Another Plymouth resident, Ryan Grey and his father Jim of Fulton had a career best 9.99 pounds weigh-in to finish fourth place at Sundayâ€™s tourney at Lake Wawasee.