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September 14, 2012

Volleyball
Lady Trojans fall short
Triton came up short in a tough five-setter to visiting Bethany Christian Thursday night at the Trojan Trench, 25-21, 25-18, 20-25, 26-28, 15-12.
Shana Anderson tallied 13 kills with five blocks and five digs, while Breanna Lemler finished with eight kills and five blocks.
Marissa Ross recorded 26 assists and three aces, and Casey Scott led the Trojans in digs with seven.
• BETHANY CHRISTIAN 3, TRITON 2 (25-21, 25-18, 20-25, 26-28, 15-12)
At Bourbon
Triton stats
Kills: Shana Anderson 13, Breanna Lemler 8
Blocks: Anderson 5, Lemler 5
Assists: Marissa Ross 26
Aces: Ross 3
Digs: Casey Scott 7, Anderson 5, Holly Stogsdill 5
JV score: Triton 2, Bethany Christian 0 (25-21, 25-20)

Plymouth loses NLC heartbreaker
Plymouth dropped a five-game heartbreaker with Northern Lakes Conference rival Warsaw at home Thursday, 21-25, 25-18, 25-20, 7-25, 15-13.
Amber Redinger put away 14 kills to go with a balanced 14 digs and five blocks. Haley Harrell dished out 25 assists with 27 digs to lead the team in passing and setting.
Marissa German finished with seven kills, Mikayla German recorded 14 digs, and Andria Shook tallied 12 digs.
The Lady Pilgrims slip to 7-10 overall with a 1-2 conference record.
• WARSAW 3, PLYMOUTH 2 (21-25, 25-18, 25-20, 7-25, 15-13)
At Plymouth
Plymouth stats
Kills: Amber Redinger 14, Marissa German 7
Assists: Haley Harrell 25
Digs: Harrell 27, Mikayla German 14, Andria Shook 12
Blocks: Redinger 5
Record: Plymouth 7-10 (1-2 NLC)
JV score: Warsaw 2, Plymouth 0 (25-13, 25-21)

CGA stops South Central
Culver Girls Academy put away visiting South Central in the minimum of games Thursday night, 25-11, 25-20, 25-23.
Katy Bjornson registered 12 kills on the night, while Paige Baldacci set 26 assists, and Abigail Jeffirs served up seven aces with 18 digs.
• CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 3, SOUTH CENTRAL 0 (25-11, 25-20, 25-23)
At Culver
CGA stats
Kills: Katy Bjornson 12, Jamie Madison 8
Assists: Paige Baldacci 26
Aces: Abigail Jeffirs 7
Digs: Jeffirs 18, Sarah Boland 7
Blocks: Victoria Christlieb 3

Judson beats Culver
North Judson handed visiting Culver Community a lopsided three-game loss Thursday, 25-11, 25-11, 25-9.
Laura Bailey finished with nine kills and 11 digs, and Leah White recorded 33 assists with six aces.
Ashlyn Mosher tallied 15 digs for the Lady Bluejays.
• NORTH JUDSON 3, CULVER 0 (25-11, 25-11, 25-9)
At North Judson
North Judson stats
Kills: Laura Bailey 9, Carrigan Baxter 7
Assists: Leah White 33
Aces: White 6, Kayla Zimmerman 5
Digs: Ashlyn Mosher 15, Bailey 11
JV score: North Judson 2, Culver 0 (25-9, 25-9)

Girls golf
CGA closes regular season
Culver Girls Academy closed out its regular season with a split against Rochester and Tippecanoe Valley at Mystic Hills Thursday.
The Lady Eagles were led by MacKenzie Toth’s 43 and Samantha Seibel’s 46. Gracen Hirschy shot 48 and Maureen Reed carded a 52 as CGA beat Tippy Valley handily but lost to Rochester by seven strokes.
The three teams will meet again at the Warsaw Sectional Saturday.
• ROCHESTER 182, CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 189, TIPPECANOE VALLEY 259
at Mystic Hills Golf Club (Par 36)
Rochester (182): Karsten Lingenfelter 47, Kovenant Lingenfelter 45, Lauren Daugherty 48, Kaitlin Foust 42, Michell Henning 56.
CGA (189): Samantha Seibel 46, MacKenzie Toth 43, Maureen Reed 52, Makenna Morsches 61, Gracen Hirschy 48.
TV (259): Allyson Ross 46, Kara Eaton 63, Lizzy Van Meter 80, Emy Gellbaugh 73.

Girls soccer
CGA shut out by Valpo
Culver Girls Academy lost a 7-0 match with visiting Valparaiso Thursday.
Olivia Fox and Gabri Switaj each recorded eight saves in goal for the Lady Eagles in the loss.
• VALPARAISO 7, CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 0
at Culver
First Half
V — Grace Withrow (Lauren Reineke)
V — Withrow (Jana Banschbach)
V — Jenelle Klumpe (Elyse Horb)
V — Andrea Violanti (Horb)
V — Withrow (unassisted)
Second Half
V — Reineke (unassisted)
V — Mary Gooding (unassisted)
Saves: Valpo 5 (Kristina Veljovic); CGA 16 (Olivia Fox 8, Gabri Switaj 8).

Boys soccer
Lions draw at Concord
Danny Reynoso scored two goals, including the game’s final strike, and Bremen preserved a 2-2 tie with host Concord Thursday night.
Andrew Huff finished with an assist at the game as Bremen battled from behind twice to stay unbeaten at 10-0-2 on the season.
• BREMEN 2, CONCORD 2
At Dunlap
FIRST HALF
C — David Diaz
B — Danny Reynoso (Andrew Huff)
SECOND HALF
C — Omar Gomez (Julio Salano)
B — Reynoso
Records: Bremen 10-0-2.

Binkley, Argos rout Clay
Damon Binkley finished with a hat trick and an assist, and Argos routed visiting Clay 7-0 at home Thursday.
Binkley broke a stalemate on a Dominic Cataldo assist in the 31st minute to give the Dragons a 1-0 halftime edge before the home team came out firing with six goals in the second half.
The Dragons outshot Clay 18-0 at the match to move to 9-1 on the year.
• ARGOS 7, CLAY 0
At Argos
First half
Damon Binkley (Dom Cataldo), 31st minute
Second half
Max Bailey (Chase Brown), 43rd minute
Binkley (Alex Stone), 64th minute
Jordan O’Dell, 65th minute
Chandler Campbell (Binkley), 66th minute
Binkley (A. Stone), 68th minute
Josiah Osborn, 77th minute
Shots on goal: Argos 18, SB Clay 0
Saves: SB Clay 11 (Joe Stuckenborg 9, Avery Worrell 2)
Corners: Argos 7, SB Clay-3
Record: Argos 9-1

Cavs beat Warriors
Culver Community’s boys soccer team beat visiting Winamac 3-1 at home Thursday.
Complete results from the match were unavailable.
• CULVER 3, WINAMAC 1
At Culver
Complete results unavailable.

Freshman football
Rockies freshmen move to 4-0 with shutout
The Plymouth Rockie freshman football team traveled to Middlebury Thursday night and defeated Northridge 23-0.
The Young Rockies were able to score one touchdown in the first half on a 5-yard run by Cam Eveland. In the second half, the Rockies defense continued its dominance by scoring a safety by A.J. Styers. Bodie Neidig scored on a 47-yard TD run while Eveland closed out Plymouth’s scoring with a 72-yard punt return.
Plymouth stands at 4-0 for the year and will take on Elkhart Memorial next Wednesday at the Rockpile starting at 5:30 p.m.
8th grade volleyball
Bremen beats LaVille
The Bremen eighth grade volleyball team handed LaVille a two-game loss Thursday night, 25-13, 25-21.
Bremen standouts were Lexy Davis with five aces, Liz Lawmaster with six digs and Josie Detweiler with three digs and two kills.
The Lady Lions play away Saturday at LaVille at 10:15 a.m.

7th grade volleyball
Lady Lions down Lancers
The Bremen seventh grade volleyball team beat LaVille Thursday, 25-22, 25-18.
Kills were made by Bailey Fritter, Sara Knepper, Mackenzie Moren and Lexi Miller. Brooke Kertai and Sara Knepper led the Lady Lions in serving with six aces apiece.
Bremen’s seventh grade plays at Rochester Sept. 17 and Lakeview Sept. 18.

Jr. high cross country
Red Storm defends home turf
The Lincoln Red Storm cross country teams hosted Tippecanoe Valley Thursday night, and both earned wins to remain undefeated at home.
The ladies team was led by a tough group of three as Rachel Crawford took first with a time of 12:27, Kaitlyn Carothers finished second in 12:56, and and Tia Freshour was close behind in third at 13:09. Alyssa Solis, Mercedes Bastardo and Kyndel Grove finished in order in seventh through ninth.
The boys team was extremely competitive, sweeping second through eighth place to beat Tippy Valley by a large margin.
Jeffrey Oliver led Plymouth with a time of 12:20 in second place, Shane Pursch placed third in a time of 12:32, and Jordan Morrow was close behind for fourth overall.
The team confirmed the win by sweeping the next four spots as Daniel Stauffer, Chris Noodwang, Zack Moser and Kelvin Mercer finished fifth through eighth, respectively.
Lincoln’s next home meet is set for next Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. versus Knox.

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