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September 28, 2011

Volleyball
Plymouth wins at Glenn
Plymouth brought home a three-set win from John Glenn Tuesday, 25-23, 25-19, 25-16.
The Lady Pilgrims were led offensively by Marissa German’s 10 kills, Andria Shook’s eight and Amber Redinger’s seven as well as Mikayla German’s two aces and Shook’s one.
Haley Harrell passed out 16 assists to Plymouth attackers at the game, while Shook recorded seven digs and two block assists in the win, which brings the Pilgrims to an even 12-12.
• PLYMOUTH 3, JOHN GLENN 0 (25-23, 25-19, 25-16)
At Walkerton
Plymouth stats
Kills: Marissa German 10, Andria Shook 8, Amber Redinger 7
Aces: Mikayla German 2, Shook 1
Assists: Haley Harrell 16
Digs: Shook 7, Marissa German 3
Blocks: Redinger 1 BS, 2 BA; Shook 2 BA
Record: Plymouth 12-12

Bremen beats Argos
Bremen claimed a three-game win over visiting Argos at home Tuesday, 25-12, 25-16, 25-9.
Brooke Baker stuffed the stat sheet with 15 kills, two blocks, 12 digs and two aces for the Lady Lions, while Brooke Fitch put 15 digs to target, and Allie Shorter set 31 assists.
Bremen improves to 6-15 on the year, while Argos drops to 3-7.
Bremen will take on Northern State Conference foe Triton on the road Thursday at 6 p.m., while Argos will travel to South Bend Washington for a match next Monday at 6 p.m.
• BREMEN 3, ARGOS 0 (25-12, 25-16, 25-9)
At Bremen
Bremen stats
Kills: Brooke Baker 15, Megan Stouder 6, Cassie Sears 5, Taylor Lashbrook 5
Aces: Baker 2, Mikayla Gardner 2
Assists: Allie Shorter 31
Digs: Brooke Fitch 15, Baker 12
Blocks: Baker 2
Argos stats
Kills: Hannah Daugherty 3, Libby Moyer 2, Kelsey Kring 2
Aces: Briana Overmyer 2
Digs: Ashley Allen 11
Blocks: Libby Moyer 8, Cassidy Speirs 7, Sabrina Brown 4
Records: Bremen 6-15, Argos 3-7

Boys cross country
Pilgrims run 3-way
Plymouth finished 0-2 in a three-way Northern Lakes Conference cross country meet at Concord Tuesday.
Clay Corsbie led the Pilgrims in 11th place with a time of 18:24 followed closely by teammate Diego Ibarra in 12th with an 18:25 stop and Levi Schuller in 13th with an 18:29 time. Brandon Brashere finished 18th and Matt Lee was 19th for Plymouth.
• CONCORD 13, PLYMOUTH 41; NORTHRIDGE 15, PLYMOUTH 47; NORTHRIDGE 23, CONCORD 33
At Elkhart
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Girls cross country
Plymouth races at Concord
Plymouth rounded out the Northern Lakes Conference field in a three-way meet at Concord Tuesday.
Deborah Anders and Megan Fisher placed sixth and seventh with respective times of 21:26 and 21:28 for Plymouth, while Shelby Harrell also broke into the top 10 with a 21:40 for 10th place. Libby Read was 11th, and Darcy Fisher finished 14th for the Lady Pilgrims.
• NORTHRIDGE 21, CONCORD 36; CONCORD 25, PLYMOUTH 30; NORTHRIDGE 22, PLYMOUTH 33
At Elkhart
Top 10: 1. Jennifer Schrock (N) 20:15, 2. Olivia Golden (N) 20:36, 3. Madeline Royce (N) 20:45, 4. Heather Johnson (C) 21:04, 5. Cassidy Field (C) 21:16, 6. Deborah Anders (P) 21:26, 7. Megan Fisher (P) 21:28, 8. Megan LaLone (C) 21:52, 9. Brianna Eggleston (N) 21:58, 10. Shelby Harrell (P) 21:40.

Boys soccer
Argos shuts out Glenn
Argos outshot visiting John Glenn 10 shots on frame to one, and the Dragons shut out the Falcons 6-0 at home at Eugene Snyder Field Tuesday.
Patric Shei had an old-fashioned hat trick with three straight goals in the 32nd, 34th and 46th minute, while Ronald Tanner scored in the ninth and 60th minutes for Argos.
Kole Stone also scored, Shei had two assists, and Tanner had one for the Dragons, who moved to 9-4.
Ben Drzewieki made four saves in goal for the Falcons in the loss.
• ARGOS 6, JOHN GLENN 0
At Argos
First half
Argos — Ronald Tanner (Patric Shei), 9th minute
Argos — Shei (Taylor Ogle), 32nd minute
Argos — Shei (Tanner), 34th minute
Second Half
Argos — Shei, 46th minute
Argos — Kole Stone, 58th minute
Argos — Tanner (Shei), 60th minute
Shots on goal: Argos 10, Glenn 1
Saves: Zach Stockman (Argos) 1, Ben Drzewieki (Glenn) 4
Corners: Argos 6, Glenn 2
Fouls: Argos 5, Glenn 5
Record: Argos 9-4

CMA beats Lakeland
Dustin Cowell scored twice, and four Eagles scored as Culver Military claimed a 5-1 victory over Lakeland Christian at home Tuesday.
Brock Frazer, Charles Kennedy and Austin Spencer all scored for CMA, which outshot the visitors 9-4, while Ryan Sete made three saves in goal and Austin Sheldon had two for the home team.
• CULVER MILITARY 5, LAKELAND CHRISTIAN 1
At Culver
First Half
CMA - Dustin Cowell (Luther Jacobs)
CMA - Brock Frazer (Cowell)
CMA - Cowell (Jacobs)
Second Half
CMA - Charles Kennedy (John Lockmandy)
CMA - Austin Spencer
LCA - Jon Vida (free kick)
Shots: LCA 4, CMA 9
Saves: Logan Pitts (LCA) 2, Ryan Sete (CMA) 3, Austin Sheldon (CMA) 2
Corners: LCA 2, CMA 8
JV score: CMA 4, LCA 0

8th grade football
Lincoln routs Whitko
The Lincoln grade football team defeated Whitko 40-6.
Offensive leaders were Jack Barron with three touchdowns and Cam Eveland with two touchdowns. Jeremy Splix added a PAT. The offensive line controlled the line of scrimmage the entire night.
Defensive leaders were Tim Menefee, Matt Friar, Bodie Neidig with an interception, and Joe Welker with a fumble recovery.
On special teams Jason Knepper recovered an onside kick.
The win brings the Young Rockies’ record to 7-1.

College football
PHS grads help Wabash over University Chicago
Three former Plymouth football players made the starting lineup as Wabash brought the University of Chicago’s eight-game home winning streak to an emphatic halt Saturday at Amos Alonso Stagg Field, 49-7.
Wabash scored through the air, on the ground, on a blocked punt, punt return, field goal and an interception to route the host Maroon and improve to 3-0.
Houston Hodges had a sack and older brother Austin Hodges had two interceptions and was voted the defensive player of the game by Wabash, while Brock Smith kicked nine punts for 487 yards in the win.

Women’s college volleyball
McBee, IUSB top Kuyper
Indiana University South Bend’s volleyball team returned ohm with a convincing three-set win over Kuyper Tuesday night.
Culver Communities grad Patrice McBee put away five kills for the Titans in the win.

Men’s college tennis
Rallo wins as Bethel loses
Bethel dropped a 5-1 decision as a match at Ann Arbor, Mich. was called due to rain.
Bremen graduate Joe Rallo captured the lone Bethel point with a 7-5, 6-0 victory at the number four position.

Men’s golf
Pugh and partner tie for 3rd at Indiana PGA event
Mystic Hills pro Dave Pugh and partner Denny Hepler of Raccoon Run finished in a tie for third place at the Indiana PGA Callaway team championship at Kokomo Country Club on Tuesday.
Pugh and Hepler combined for a 5-under-par 65 in a three-way tie for third place.

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