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Results 9-13

September 13, 2011

Volleyball
Plymouth falls to No. 5 Marian
Plymouth was competitive but lost a three-game match to visiting Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association Class 3A, No. 5 Mishawaka Marian at home Monday, 25-18, 25-20, 25-17.
Andria Shook put away five kills to lead the Lady Pilgrims attack, while Carly Baker, Marissa German and Amber Redinger each recorded four.
Haley Harrell set 15 assists, while Kori Potoczky had two blocks at the net for Plymouth.
German led in digs with four and Baker had three block assists for the Pilgrims, who slide to 7-6 on the year.
• MISHAWAKA MARIAN 3, PLYMOUTH 0 (25-18, 25-20, 25-17)
At Plymouth
Plymouth stats
Kills: Andria Shook 5, Carly Baker 4, Marissa German 4, Amber Redinger 4
Assists: Haley Harrell 15
Digs: German 4
Blocks: Kori Potoczky 2, Baker 3 BA
Record: Plymouth 7-6
JV score: Marian 2, Plymouth 1 (14-25, 25-12, 15-12)

CGA beats Culver Community
Culver Girls Academy shut out visiting Culver Community 25-6, 25-18, 25-16 in a cross-town match Monday at the Academies.
Katie Bjornson put away 12 kills for CGA, while Emily Gilland served up nine aces with 14 assists. Bjornson and Gilland led the Lady Eagles in digs along with Andrea Lin as each put six passes to target, while Torrie Christlieb made five blocks in the win, which moves CGA to 8-2.
• CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 3, CULVER COMMUNITY 0 (25-6, 25-18, 25-16)
At Culver Academies
CGA stats
Kills: Katie Bjornson 12, Torrie Christlieb 7
Aces: Emily Gilland 9, Caitlyn Logue 3, Andrea Lin 3, Abby Jeffirs 2, Paige Baldacci 2
Assists: Gilland 14, Baldacci 10
Digs: Lin 6, Bjornson 6, Gilland 6, Baldacci 3, Jeffirs 2
Blocks: Christlieb 5
Record: Culver Girls Academy 8-2
JV score: Culver Girls Academy 2, Culver Community 0 (25-6, 25-11)

Panthers trump Lions
Bremen hung tough for the first game but succumbed in three to NorthWood Monday, 27-25, 25-15, 25-17.
Devyn Simpson led the Lady Panthers in kills with seven, followed by Morgan Olson’s six, while Allie Mattingly served up five aces, and Hanna Stump recorded four.
Mattingly led NorthWood in setting with 25 assists, while Maddie Schwartz led in digs with 13, and Simpson had three blocks as the Panthers moved to 12-4.
• NORTHWOOD 3, BREMEN 0 (27-25, 25-15, 25-17)
At Nappanee
NorthWood stats
Kills: Devyn Simpson 7, Morgan Olson 6
Aces: Allie Mattingly 5, Hanna Stump 4
Assists: Mattingly 25
Digs: Maddie Schwartz 13, Stump 6
Blocks: Simpson 3, Jana Yoder 2
Record: NorthWood 12-4
JV score: NorthWood 2, Bremen 0 (25-19, 25-24)
Freshman score: NorthWood 2, Bremen 0 (25-21, 25-10)

LaVille loses in 4
LaVille earned a narrow second-game win but lost in four games on the road at Washington Monday,25-22, 23-25, 25-13, 25-14.
Kelsey Gurtner tallied nine kills, and Katie Berger had eight, while Kaitlyn Phillips set 16 assists, and Kyla Coblentz had 14 digs for the Lady Lancers.
• WASHINGTON 4, LaVILLE 1 (25-22, 23-25, 25-13, 25-14)
At South Bend
LaVille stats
Kills: Kelsey Gurtner 9, Katie Berger 8, Shelby Low 7
Assists: Kaitlyn Phillips 16, Katie Berger 10
Digs: Kyla Coblentz 14
Knox moves to 8-8
Knox moved to an even 8-8 on the season with a 25-14, 25-11, 25-21 win on the road at Rensselaer Monday.
The Lady Redskins will host Bremen in a Northern State Conference match tonight at 5 p.m. CST, 6 p.m. EDT.
• KNOX 3, RENSSELAER 0 (25-14, 25-11, 25-21)
At Rensselaer
Complete stats unavailable
Record: Knox 8-8
JV score: Knox 2, Rensselaer 0 (25-10, 25-20)

Boys soccer
Bremen beats LaVille 2-1
Bremen scored two first half goals and made them stand up in the second half in a 2-1 Northern State Conference win at LaVille Monday.
The Lions move to a perfect 4-0 in conference play while handing LaVille just its second defeat of the year.
Ricky Reynoso scored both Bremen’s goals, the first on a dual assist from Don Browning and Josh Brenneman in the 14th minute, and the second on a Brenneman solo assist in the 25th minute.
LaVille’s Jordyn Williams found the back of the net in the 45th minute, but Austin Adams finished with 14 saves in goal to preserve the win for the Lions.
Joe Vest recorded 17 saves for LaVille.
Bremen will host Concord Thursday at 5 p.m., while LaVille will host Elkhart Christian, also Thursday at 5 p.m.
• BREMEN 2, LaVILLE 1
At Lakeville
First half
Bremen - Ricky Reynoso (Don Browning, Josh Brenneman), 14th minute
Bremen - Reynoso (Brenneman), 25th minute
Second half
LaVille - Jordyn Williams, 45th minute
Shots: Bremen 15, LaVille 13
Saves: Austin Adams (Bremen) 14, Joe Vest (LV) 17
Records: Bremen 6-3-2 (4-0 NSC), LaVille 10-2-1
JV score: LaVille 3, Bremen 2

Girls soccer
Feitz scores 4 times as Lions beat LaVille
Jesse Feitz notched a Texas hat trick, and LaVille beat host Clay 6-2 Monday.
Feitz scored twice in the 39th minute to break a 0-0 stalemate at the game, then struck again in the 44th minute. She tallied her final goal in the 56th minute.
Elaina Ruiz assisted in Feitz’s first goal of the second half and scored twice in the 52nd and 56th minutes.
• LaVILLE 6, CLAY 2
At South Bend
LaVille stats
First half
LaVille — Jesse Feitz (Breanna DeJarnatt), 39th minute
LaVille — Feitz, 39th minute
Second half
LaVille — Feitz (Elaina Ruiz), 44th minute
LaVille — Ruiz (Breanna DeJarnatt), 46th minute
LaVille — Ruiz, 52nd minute
LaVille — Feitz, 56th minute
Shots: 18
Saves: Abbie McBride 2, Kyleigh Breden 3
Corners: 5

Girls golf
Plymouth beats CGA, Adams
Plymouth followed up its second-place finish at the Northern Lakes Conference Tournament Saturday with a win over both Culver Girls Academy and South Bend Adams at home at Swan Lake Monday.
Lauren Rearick shot a 44, Mandy McPherron turned in a 46, and both Emily Berger and Kelly Henderson shot 49 at the triangular.
CGA split the match with a win over Adams as Samantha Seibel and Kiira Vazales turned in respective scores of 48 and 49, while Makenzie Toth shot 50, and Helen Hansen carded a 53.
Plymouth will play Penn and LaPorte Wednesday before heading into Warsaw Sectional play Saturday.
• PLYMOUTH 188, CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 200, ADAMS 215
At Swan Lake Silver Course (Par 36)
PLYMOUTH (188): Emily Berger 49, Lauren Rearick 44, Mandy McPherron 46, Kelly Henderson 49, Emily Denney 56
CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY (200): Samantha Seibel 48, Kiira Vazales 49, Helen Hansen 53, Makenzie Toth 50, Maureen Reed 54
Record: Plymouth 10-4
Bremen wins dual
Bremen beat Mishawaka 212-229 Monday on the road at Eberhart.
Laura Davis led the Lady Lions with a 50, followed by Melissa Krathwohl’s 53, while Kaylin Worthington and Lindsey Allen shot 54 and 55, respectively in the win, which pushes Bremen’s record to 11-5.
Bremen will play again tonight versus St. Joseph’s.
• BREMEN 212, MISHAWAKA 229
At Eberhart-Petro Golf Course, Back Nine (Par 34)
BREMEN (21): Laura Davis 50, Kailyn Weiss 56, Kaylin Worthington 54, Lindsey Allen 55, Melissa Krathwohl 53
MISHAWAKA (229): Aubri Young 46, Samantha Fairchild 60, Olivia Kensinger 59, Emma Johnson 64, Taylor Dugan 68
Record: Bremen 11-5

Winamac beats Knox
Winamac handed Knox a 220-258 loss at Bass Lake on Monday.
Felicia Gradawski was the only golfer to break 50 with a 49 for the Lady Warriors, while Sierra Rife shot an even 50 for Winamac, and Jina Field and Jessica Fox carded respective scores of 56 and 65.
Knox was led by Sarah Coad’s 60, while Miranda Shepherd shot a 62, Kristin Keen turned in a 65, and Sierra Wolber shot a 71.
• WINAMAC 220, KNOX 258
At Bass Lake (Par 35)
WINAMAC (220): Sierra Rife 50, Felicia Gradawski 49, Jina Field 56, Jessica Fox 65, Cierra Schnicker 69
KNOX (258): Sarah Coad 60, Kristin Keen 65, Taylor Kemble 79, Miranda Shepherd 62, Sierra Wolber 71

Junior high football
Lincoln loses to NorthWood
The Lincoln eighth grade football team lost to NorthWood 30-6.
Offensive leaders were Cam Eveland, Spencer Mae-Croft and Steve Helm, and Defensive leaders were Joe Welker and Sam Stone.
The eighth grade record is now 2-1.

Girls junior high cross country
Lady Lions beat Triton to move to 2-0
The Lady Lions moved to 2-0 on the season with a 24-36 defeat of Triton Thursday.
The Bremen Middle School girls dropped a total of 3:51 off their team time with 17 season best times and three personal records.
Brianna Andrews and Maddie Coffel ran PRs in first and third place, respectively, for Bremen, while Crissy Prawatt was fifth, Kayleen Stahly was seventh with a personal record, and Emily Bickel finished eighth.
• BREMEN 24, TRITON 36
Complete results unavailable

Boys junior high cross country
Bremen drops time in win over Triton
The Bremen Middle School boys dropped 1:31 off their total team time with 11 season bests and two personal records in a 17-45 defeat of Triton last Thursday.
Top five runners for the Lions were Cole Spaid, Hayden Fox and Josh Dani in first through third place respectively, and Josh Runyan and Aaron Brooke in fifth and sixth, respectively.
The Lions are now 1-1 for the year.
• BREMEN 17, TRITON 45
Complete results unavailable

Mens golf
Plymouth Men’s Golf Association Tournament
The team of Brad Parkhurst, Jason Large, Paul Martindale and Brad Lankford carded a 145 to win a Plymouth Men’s Golf Association Tournament at the Plymouth Country Club.
The format was one gross ball, two net balls count for holes 1-6, a four-man scramble for holes 7-12 and three net balls count holes for the remainder.
Dave Wagoner, Nick Chaney, Jim Hardin and Jim Beckham shot a 151 to place second in the team event.
Drew Westafer was the long drive winner on 2, while John Chamberlin, Dave Vanvactor, Drew Westafer and Trent Newcomb were all closest to the pin winners.
• PLYMOUTH MEN’S GOLF ASSOCIATION TOURNAMENT
At Plymouth Country Club
1. Brad Parkhurst, Jason Large, Paul Martindale, Brad Lankford 145
2. Dave Wagoner, Nick Chaney, Jim Hardin, Jim Beckham 151 3. Jeff Starr, Bob Danielson, Dave Vanvactor and Trent Newcomb 152
4. Kent Naylor, Jim Galt, Ted Decker and Dick Vanverst 154
Longest drive
2. Drew Westafer
Closest to the Pin
3. John Chamberlin
7. Dave Vanvactor
14. Drew Westafer
16. Trent Newcomb

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