CMA tops Rockies
Luther Jacobs scored twice, and Culver Military trumped sectional rival Plymouth 2-1 at home Tuesday.
Jacobs tallied an unassisted score in the first half then scored the game-winner on a Manuel Ituarte assist after Alex Orellana tied the game up with a solo goal in the second half.
Eric Aguilar made 10 saves in his return at goalkeeper for Plymouth.
• CULVER MILITARY 2, PLYMOUTH 1
CMA - Luther Jacobs (unassisted)
P - Alex Orellana (unassisted)
CMA - Jacobs (Manuel Ituarte)
Saves: Plymouth 10 (Eric Aguilar), CMA 5 (Perley Provost)
Argos earns NISC win
Argos moved to 3-0 in the Northern Indiana Soccer Conference with a 5-0 win over Trinity at home at Eugene Snyder Field Tuesday.
Dominic Cataldo scored twice, Damon Binkley recorded a goal and two assists, and Sean Mullaney scored and tallied an assist at the contest.
Eric Rodriguez also scored, and Zach Stockman registered an assist in the win. Jacob Mechling made four saves for the shutout as Argos improved to 8-1 overall.
• ARGOS 5, TRINITY 0
Sean Mullaney (Damon Binkley), 11th minute
Dominic Cataldo (Sean Mullaney), 25th minute
Cataldo (Zach Stockman), 43rd minute
Binkley, 61st minute
Erik Rodriguez (Binkley), 77th minute
Shots on goal: Argos 12, Trinity 4
Saves: Argos 4 (Jacob Mechling), Trinity 7
Corners: Argos 9, Trinity-0
Fouls: Argos-9, Trinity-6
Records: Argos 8-1 (3-0 NISC)
Lady Lions rip Rochester
Four different Lady Lions scored, and Bremen outshot visiting Rochester 26-6 in a 4-1 at home Tuesday.
Jasmine Aguayo put Bremen on the board on a Jasmine Schafer assist in the 32nd minute and Kelsa Anderson scored an insurance goal in the 49th minute. Amanda Napier scored in the 70th minute and assisted Marisa Browning’s goal in the 79th minute to bring the game to its final margin.
• BREMEN 4, ROCHESTER 1
B — Jasmine Aguayo (Jasmine Schafer) 32nd minute
B — Kelsa Anderson (Montes DeOca) 49th minute
R — Richard, 56th minute
B — Amanda Napier, 70th minute
B — Marisa Browning (Napier) 79th minute
Shots: Bremen 26, Rochester 6.
Knox beats Bremen in 5
Knox battled back from an opening set loss to beat Bremen in a back-and-forth Northern State Conference volleyball match at Bremen Tuesday, 14-25, 25-23, 18-25, 25-18, 15-8.
Kaitlin Zachary led all attackers with 19 kills for Knox, while Nikki Frasure passed out 32 assists. Cara Hasnerl and Torie Elliott each served up four aces in the win.
Cassie Sears led the Lady Lions attack with 15 kills. Chelsea Huppert and Brooke Baker finished with four blocks apiece, and Baker notched three aces in the loss.
• KNOX 3, BREMEN 2
(14-25, 25-23, 18-25, 25-18, 15-8)
Kills: Cassie Sears 15, Brooke Baker 6
Assists: Sabrina Gilley 22, Chelsea Huppert 6
Aces: Baker 3
Digs: Brooke Fitch 11, Baker 9
Blocks: Huppert 4, Baker 4
Kills: Kaitlin Zachary 19, Torie Elliott 13
Assists: Nikki Frasure 32
Aces: Cara Hasnerl 4, Elliott 4
Digs: Madison Whiles 14
Blocks: Chelsea Collins 3.5
JV socre: Bremen 2, Knox 1 (23-25, 25-10, 15-8)
LaVille loses in 4 at Tippy Valley
The LaVille volleyball team lost a tough decision at Tippecanoe Valley Tuesday night, 28-26, 22-25, 25-20, 25-22.
Kyla Coblentz led the defense with 33 digs while Lynae Hostrawser added three solo blocks. Kelsey Gurtner set a personal best with an impressive 20 kills Katie Berger led the Lady Lancers in setting with 15 assists.
• TIPPECANOE VALLEY 3, LaVILLE 1
(28-26, 22-25, 25-20, 25-22)
At Tippy Valley
Kills: Kelsey Gurtner 20
Assists: Katie Berg 15
Digs: Kyla Coblentz 33
Blocks: Lynae Hostrawser 3
JV score: Tippy Valley 2, LaVille 0 (25-9, 25-16)
Triton falls in 5 at Elkhart Christian
Triton lost a tough five-setter on the road in Elkhart Christian Tuesday, 22-25, 25-22, 25-17, 21-25, 15-11.
Krystal Sellers served up eight aces, Breanna Lemler finished with nine kills, Marissa Ross set 16 assists to go with four digs, and Shana Anderson finished with five kills and four digs.
The JV Lady Trojans battled from behind to win a three-game thriller, 14-25, 25-19, 15-14.
• ELKHART CHRISTIAN 3, TRITON 5
(22-25, 25-22, 25-17, 21-25, 15-11)
Kills: Breanna Lemler 9, Shana Anderson 5
Aces: Krystal Sellers 8, Holly Stogsdill 3
Assists: Marissa Ross 16
Digs: Anderson 4, Ross 4
JV score: Triton 2, Elkhart Christian 1 (14-25, 25-19, 15-14)
Lady Eagles down Jays at Chesapeake Run
Culver Girls Academy handed North Judson a 187-204 defeat at Chesapeake Run.
Samantha Seibel and Mackenzie Toth both shot 46 to lead the Lady Eagles.
Judson was paced by Ellie Eccles’ 49.
• CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 187, NORTH JUDSON 204
At Chesapeake Run, (par 36)
CMA (187): Samantha Seibel 46, Mackenzie Toth 46, McKenzie Keep 49, Makenna Morsches 48, Gracen Hirschy 54.
NORTH JUDSON (204): Ellie Eccles 49, Katie Back 55, Katie Bejes 53, Cameron Croyle 51, Hannah Allender 51.
Pilgrims win NLC match
Plymouth earned its third Northern Lakes Conference win with a 4-1 victory over visiting Elkhart Memorial Tuesday.
Gabe Vervynckt won in three sets at 1 singles, and John Hunter claimed a straight-set win at 3 singles. Matt Flynn and Jack Holloway recorded a 7-2 tiebreaker win to put away their 1 doubles opponents in straight sets, and Kameron Eisehour and Kendall Fosler also won in straight sets for the Pilgrims, who improved to 8-3 with a 3-2 NLC mark.
• PLYMOUTH 4, ELKHART MEMORIAL 1
SINGLES: 1. Gabe Vervynckt (P) beat Mazin Hakim, 6-3, 6-7(7), 6-0; 2. Spenser Gilbert (EM) beat Tom Felke, 6-1, 6-1; 3. John Hunter (P) beat Chirag Patel, 7-5, 6-0.
DOUBLES: 1. Matt Flynn-Jack Holloway (P) beat Elliott Denton-Trevor Tavallali, 6-3, 7-6(2); 2. Kameron Eisehour-Kendall Fosler (P) beat Jacob Gaffney-Jon Bailey, 6-0, 6-1.
Records: Plymouth 8-3 (3-2 NLC)
JV score: Plymouth 6, Elkhart Memorial 0
Trojans rebound in NSC play
Triton whitewashed host New Prairie in a 5-0 Northern State Conference victory on the road in New Carlisle Tuesday.
The Trojans won in straight sets on all courts to move to 7-4 on the year and 3-1 in the conference bouncing back from a tough loss at Bremen Monday.
• TRITON 5, NEW PRAIRIE 0
At New Carlisle
Singles: 1. Jeff Ross beat Kyle Lowman 6-1, 6-0; 2. Dean Howdeshell beat Chase Keller 6-4, 6-0; 3. Jared Fisher beat Ben Jones 6-3, 6-2.
Doubles: 1. Pete Kauffman-Lucas Shafer beat Kris Marciniak-Ian McSherry 6-2, 6-2; 2. Darren Harrell-Jake Oldham beat Alex Suppinger-Grant Goethals 6-3, 6-2.
Records: Triton 7-4 (3-1 NSC), New Prairie 3-9 (1-5 NSC)
JV score: Triton 3, New Prairie 2
CMA wins Plymouth JV Tourney
Culver Military Academy won Plymouth’s JV Tennis Tournament with 23 points Saturday, while the host Pilgrims finished fourth with 14 points.
Max Holloway finished third at 1 singles and Spencer Maecroft placed third at 3 singles for Plymouth. Ryan Johnson and Garrett Fox finished third at 1 doubles, Brayden Davidson and George Stults were third at 2 doubles, and Nate Knapp finished fifth at 2 singles.
• PLYMOUTH JV TOURNAMENT
Team Standings: Culver Academy 23, Northridge 18, Chesterton 16, Plymouth 14, Goshen 11, South Bend Riley 8, Michigan City 3, Peru 2
First Round: Max Holloway (Plymouth) beat Tyler Westman (Michigan City) 8-1
Second Round: Conner Kuhnle (Chesterton) beat Max Holloway (Plymouth) 9-8 (8-6)
Third Place Match: Max Holloway (Plymouth) beat Landon Arnold (Northridge) 8-4
First Round: Chris Bilicic (Culver Academy) beat Nate Knapp (Plymouth) 8-0
Backdraw: Nate Knapp (Plymouth) beat Giovani Aguayo (Goshen) 8-0
Fifth Place Match: Nate Knapp (Plymouth) beat Zach Hill (Peru) 8-1
First Round: Spencer Maecroft (Plymouth) beat Daniel Campbell (South Bend Riley) 8-2
Second Round: Dylan Jayasuriya (Chesterton) beat Spencer Maecroft (Plymouth) 8-1
Third Place Match: Spencer Maecroft (Plymouth) beat Evan Beck (Goshen) 8-1
First Round: Ryan Johnson-Garrett Fox (Plymouth) beat Colten Carter-Tanner Fowler (Chesterton) 8-1
Second Round: Abel Barrera-Carlos Garcia (Culver Academy) beat Ryan Johnson-Garrett Fox (Plymouth) 8-6
Third Place Match: Ryan Johnson-Garrett Fox (Plymouth) beat Peter Vukovich-Zach Troyer (Goshen) 8-3
First Round: Brayden Davidson-Luke Vervynckt (Plymouth) beat Joel Byler-Drew Wedel (Goshen) 8-1
Second Round: Evan Dillon-Kemble Manning (Culver Academy) beat Brayden Davidson-Luke Vervynckt (Plymouth) 8-5
Third Place Match: Brayden Davidson-George Stults (Plymouth) beat Ian Brooks-Trevor Backstrom (South Bend Riley) 8-3
Jr high cross country
Lincoln competes at Indian Springs Invite
On Saturday the Lincoln cross country team traveled to Indian Springs to run against 20 teams from around the area. The team saw many personal bests and time drops as it competed with over 800 runners.
In the boys varsity race, Jeffrey Oliver finished first for the Red Storm with a time of 12:43 with Jordan Morrow and Micah Calhoun finishing close behind. Zach Moser took the lead for the Red Storm in the reserve race with a time of 13:47 with Isa Frias and Chase Johnson placing close behind.
For the ladies, Rachel Crawford led the Red Storm to take 25th place with a time of 12:28, with Katelyn Carothers and Tia Freshour close behind. Katie McCormick, Pamela Rosas, Ally Dolan and Rachael Dodson led the Red Storm in the reserve race.
Women’s college tennis
Area grads win for Manchester
Plymouth grad Kara Gilley and Bremen alum Brandy Leeper teamed up for a win at 1 doubles as Manchester’s women’s tennis team in a loss to Hanover.
NorthWood products Ashley McClintic and Alli Heeter each claimed singles wins at 3 and 4 singles, respectively.
Men’s college cross country
3rd at Bluffton invite
Triton alum Curtis Nordmann placed third individually to help lift Manchester to the team title at Bluffton University’s Back to Nature Preserve Invitational Saturday.
Nordmann turned in a 26:46 as the Spartans grabbed four of the top five spots at the invite.
Women’s college volleyball
Ancilla wins 2
The Lady Chargers earned a pair of wins Saturday, beating Cedarville 25-16, 25-16, 22-25, 25-22 and Grace 25-16, 25-15, 26-24.
Kristen Trudell passed out 65 assists on the day, while middles Kaylia Richardson and Jess Moore of Walkerton had outstanding weekends contributing 23 and 18 kills respectively with only five errors between them.
Hayley Mavrick also had a solid weekend with 16 kills, 26 digs and 10 service aces. Keri Friend finished 36 digs anchoring the defense.
Ancilla improves to 7-4 with the wins.
Men’s college soccer
Chargers fall to
No. 15 Cincinnati State
Ancilla suffered a 6-0 loss to NJCAA DI No. 15 Cincinnati State Technical and Community College (4-2).
The Chargers couldn’t match Cincinnati State’s speed of play, but Rene Mejia and Alex Rosowicz each gave valiant efforts in the goal to keep Ancilla in the game.
The Chargers (1-2-1) travel on the road this weekend for two games in Ohio to face conference opponent Cuyahoga and then Lakeland College.