Panthers set Seitz on Plymouth in 4-1 win
Clay Seitz set a new single-season scoring record for NorthWood, and the Panthers beat Plymouth 4-1 in a Northern Lakes Conference match at Kindt Field Tuesday.
Seitz gave NorthWood a 2-0 advantage with a solo goal in the 11th minute. His second goal in the 75th minute brought the score to its final margin and gave him a school-record 23 scores on the year.
Taylor Wegmiller opened scoring at the game with a goal in the ninth minute, and Bennett Parker’s goal in the 37th minute gave the visitors a 3-0 halftime advantage.
Midfield-to-forward convert Kyle Vanlue scored the Rockies their only goal in the 48th minute with a near-post drive from close on a Clay Marshall assist to cut NorthWood’s lead to 3-1, but it wasn’t enough to make a difference.
Erik Aguilar recorded eight saves in goal for Plymouth, which stayed winless in NLC play at 0-4-2 while moving to 3-9-4 overall.
The Panthers outshot Plymouth 12-3 on their way to the win, which pushes the team to 8-6-2 overall with a 2-3-1 conference mark.
• NORTHWOOD 4, PLYMOUTH 1
N — Taylor Wegmiller, 9th minute
N — Clay Seitz, 11th minute
N — Bennett Parker, 37th minute
P — Kyle Vanlue (Clay Marshall), 48th minute
N — Seitz, 75th minute
Shots: NorthWood 12, Plymouth 3
Saves: NorthWood 2 (Kyle Dijkstra), Plymouth 8 (Erik Aguilar)
Corners: NorthWood 4, Plymouth 3
Records: NorthWood 8-6-2 (2-3-2 NLC), Plymouth 3-9-4 (0-4-2).
JV score: Plymouth 4, NorthWood 0
Argos saves tie at Glenn
Damon Binkley scored on a penalty kick in the 78th minute, and Argos salvaged a 3-3 tie on the road at John Glenn Tuesday.
James Frey scored in the 20th minute to give the home team an initial advantage before Taylor Ogle knotted it up at 1-all on a PK in the 27th minute.
Alex Crump found the net on a solo score in the 35th minute to lift Glenn to a 2-1 halftime lead, and Zack Clark’s goal in the 44th minute staked the Falcons to a two-goal cushion early in the second half before Sean Mullaney scored on a Dom Cataldo helper in the 45th minute to cut that advantage to one goal.
Jacob Mechling made two saves in goal for the Dragons, and Troy Brassell recorded three saves for Glenn in the back-and-forth game.
• ARGOS 3, JOHN GLENN 3
At North Liberty
G — James Frey 20th minute
A — Taylor Ogle (PK) 27th minute
G — Alex Crump 35th minute
G — Zack Clark 44th minute
A — Sean Mullaney (Dominic Cataldo) 45th minute
A — Damon Binkley (PK) 78th minute
Shots on goal: Argos 6, Glenn 5
Saves: Argos 2 (Jacob Mechling), Glenn 3 (Troy Brassell)
Corners: Argos 4, Glenn 3
Record: Argos 12-1-1
Rochester blanks Culver
Landon Notz scored twice with an assist, and Rochester handed Culver a 5-0 loss at home in Rochester Tuesday.
Matt Zyen, Caleb Hunter and Zac Dubois also scored for the Zebras.
Complete stats for the game were unavailable.
• ROCHESTER 5, CULVER 0
Matt Zyen (Landon Notz)
Notz (Arik Shanklin)
Caleb Hunter (Jace Bixler, Chris Hoffman)
Zac Dubois (Hunter)
Notz (A.J. Notz)
Complete stats unavailable
Lady Pilgrims down Falcons
Plymouth grabbed some momentum with an extended win in the first set en route to a three-game victory over visiting John Glenn at home at The Rock Tuesday, 26-24, 25-18, 25-21.
Amber Redinger finished with 14 kills and six blocks for the Lady Pilgrims, while Carly Baker recorded eight kills, and Haley Harrell passed out 34 assists.
Andria Shook tallied 16 digs, and Mikayla German finished with 13 for Plymouth.
• PLYMOUTH 3, JOHN GLENN 0 (26-24, 25-18, 25-21)
Kills: Amber Redinger 14, Carly Baker 8
Blocks: Redinger 6
Assists: Haley Harrell 34
Digs: Andria Shook 16, Mikayla German 13
JV score: Glenn 2, Plymouth 0 (25-23, 25-16)
Bremen beats Argos
Bremen bounced back from a tough loss in the championship match at its home invitational Saturday with a three-game win at Argos Tuesday, 25-5, 25-16, 25-12.
Brooke Baker recorded nine kills and five digs, while Chelsea Huppert finished with seven kills and four aces for the Lady Lions.
Andrea Strehler stuffed four blocks, Brooke Fitch served up four aces with six digs, and Sabrina Gilley set 28 assists for Bremen.
• BREMEN 3, ARGOS 0 (25-5, 25-16, 25-12)
Kills: Brooke Baker 9, Chelsea Huppert 7
Blocks: Andrea Strehler 4
Assists: Sabrina Gilley 28
Aces: Brooke Fitch 4, Huppert 4
Digs: Fitch 6, Baker 5
Argos stats unavailable
JV score: Bremen 2, Argos 0 (25-16, 25-6)
Triton wins at Winamac
Triton bounced back from a loss in the first game for a four-set win on the road in Winamac Monday, 22-25, 26-24, 25-20, 25-23.
Shana Anderson finished with 11 kills and five blocks, while Breanna Lemler put down 10 kills. Marissa Ross recorded 30 assists, Holly Stogsdill passed out 12 digs, and Jaela Meister tallied four blocks for the Lady Trojans.
• TRITON 3, WINAMAC 1 (22-25, 26-24, 25-20, 25-23)
Kills: Shana Anderson 11, Breanna Lemler 10
Blocks: Anderson 5, Jaela Meister 4
Assists: Marissa Ross 30
Digs: Holly Stogsdill 12
8th grade football
Lincoln 8th wins 8-0
The Lincoln eighth grade football team traveled to Whitko for a narrow 8-0 win.
David Bacon scored on a 35-yard touchdown run, and Jake Young made good on the PAT. Tristen McMillen had a standout game running the ball.
Defensive leaders were Colten Schuler and Jake Young. Nate Nixon had a fumble recovery, and Weston Houin had an interception to seal the victory. The Young Rockies’ record now stands at 6-1.
8th grade volleyball
Lincoln 8th suffers 2nd loss
Lincoln’s eighth grade grade volleyball team lost to Rochester 25-14, 25-14. Leaders for the game were unavailable.
The Red Storm’s record is now 13-2. They travel to Bremen Thursday.
7th grade volleyball
Lincoln stays unbeaten
The Lincoln seventh grade volleyball team beat Rochester on the road, 17-25, 25-15, 15-14 to stay perfect at 10-0.
Leah Smith served seven straight points to erase a six-point deficit in the win. She also led the Red Storm in passing along with Alexis McVicker. McKenzie Sheets and Makenzie Quissell were leaders in hitting, and Kendall Rhodes and Bailey Eveland led in setting.
Lincoln is home against Bremen on Thursday.
Bremen 7th beats Triton
Bremen’s seventh grade volleyball team beat Triton in two games, 25-17, 25-12.
Sarah Knepper served five aces, and MacKenzie Moren served three aces. Knepper, Moren, Brooke Kertai, Lexi Miller and Kenzie Florey each recorded a kill with assists from Bailey Fritter and Paige Lacher.
Jr. high cross country
Lincoln boys finish perfect homestand
Lincoln’s cross country teams hosted Bremen in their finalhome meet of the season.
The Red Storm boys came out focused as they defeated Bremen to remain unbeaten at home for the season, while Lincoln’s girls lost to Bremen by three points to finish with their home schedule 3-1.
Shane Pursh finished first overall with a blistering time of 11:29 to lead Lincoln. Jordan Morrow and Jeff Olivier finished fourth and fifth respectively with times of 12:25 and 12:26.
Micah Calhoun, Zach Moser, Daniel Stauffer and Chris Noodwang sealed the win for the Red Storm finishing in order in sixth through ninth.
Rachel Crawford led the way for the Red Storm ladies once again with a first-place finish and an impressive time of 12:13. Katelyn Carothers was right on her heels, taking home second place overall in 12:20. Tia Freshour shattered her best time by nearly 30 seconds at 12:34 for a fifth-place overall finish. Pamela Rosas, Courtney Bradley, Lexi Ramirez and Kyndel Grove rounded out the top seven for the girls, finishing 11th through 14th respectively.
The Red Storm Cross Country team is back in action Thursday at 5 p.m. at Laporte, where they take on Boston and Kesling.