CMA, NJ’s Simon advance
Culver Military Academy won on all courts but 1 singles, and the Eagles earned their ninth straight sectional title with a 4-1 win over North Judson at the CMA Sectional at the Gable Tennis Complex Thursday.
The Eagles look to three-peat at their home regional next Tuesday when they play the winner of tonight’s Bremen-Plymouth championship match at the Bremen Sectional.
Judson’s Thomas Simon remains alive in state singles tournament play with his 7-5, 6-4 win over CMA’s Quinlan Smith at 1 singles Thursday.
• CULVER MILITARY 4, NORTH JUDSON 1
At CMA Sectional
SINGLES: 1. Thomas Simon (NJ) beat Quinlan Smith 7-5, 6-4; 2. Sam Concannon (CMA) beat Johnnie Shelton, 6-0, 6-0; 3. Eric Maudhuit (CMA) beat Lee Lukac, 6-0, 6-0.
DOUBLES: 1. Alec Proeh-Austin Proeh (CMA) beat Levi Bailey-Devin Cruce, 6-0, 6-0; 2. Aaron Arvizu-Justin Sitjar (CMA) beat Zach Bailey-Josh Mullens, 6-0, 6-1.
Records: CMA 16-2, North Judson 9-6.
Rockies earn 1st NLC win
Clay Marshall scored on a dual assist from Alex Orellana and Cesar Aguilar in the 64th minute, and Plymouth’s boys soccer team earn its first Northern Lakes Conference win, 2-1 against Wawasee on Senior Night at Kindt Field.
Orellana knotted the game up with a score on a Kyle Vanlue assist in the 64th minute as the two teams entered halftime tied at 1-all.
Erik Aguilar made three saves in goal as the Rockies improved to 4-9-4 with a 1-4-2 NLC mark.
• PLYMOUTH 2, WAWASEE 1
W — Derek Stutzman 29th minute
P — Alex Orellana (Kyle VanLue) 31st minute
P — Clay Marshall (Orellana, Cesar Aguilar) 64th minute
Shots: Plymouth 11, Wawasee 4
Saves: Plymouth 3 (Erik Aguilar), Wawasee 9 (Jordan Jensen)
Corners: Plymouth 5, Wawasee 1
Records: Plymouth 4-9-4 (1-4-2 NLC), Wawasee 2-13-2
JV score: Plymouth 2, Wawasee 0
Argos clinches NISC
Argos finished off an undefeated Northern Indiana Soccer Conference slate with a 2-1 comeback win over host Culver Military Thursday.
Damon Binkley scored in the 60th minute less than a minute after an own goal on a Manuel Ituarte shot, and Zach Stockman scored the game-winner in the 61st minute during a flurry of action midway through the second half.
Jacob Mechling recorded a save in goal, and Austin Sheldon finished with three saves for CMA.
• ARGOS 2, CULVER MILITARY 1
CMA — Argos Own goal (Manuel Ituarte) 60th minute
A — Damon Binkley 60th minute
A — Zach Stockman 61st minute
Shots: Argos 7, CMA 2
Saves: Argos 1 (Jacob Mechling), CMA 3 (Austin Sheldon)
Corners: Argos 1, CMA 2
Records: Argos 13-1-1 (4-0 NISC)
JV score: CMA 4, Argos 1
Lady Lions draw
Katelyn Aguayo scored in the 79th minute, and Bremen’s girls soccer team salvaged a 3-3 tie with visiting Adams Thursday night.
Jasmine Schafer staked Bremen to a 1-0 lead in the 10th minute on a Jasmine Aguayo assist.
Bremen rallied from a 3-1 deficit as Schafer assisted Kelsa Anderson’s goal in the 55th minute and recorded a dual assist with Claire Schmidt on Katelyn Aguayo’s game-tying score.
• BREMEN 3, ADAMS 3
B — Jasmine Schafer (Jasmine Aguayo) 10th minute
A — Catherine Mittiga (unassisted) 16th minute
A — Robyn Hawley 45th minute
A — Karla Alamilla (penalty kick) 52nd minute
B — Kelsa Anderson (Schafer) 55th minute
B — Katelyn Aguayo (Schafer, Claire Schmidt) 79th minute
Shots: Adams 9, Bremen 16
Saves: Adams 7, Bremen 6
Plymouth wins on Senior Night
Plymouth rallied for a 3-2 win over Culver Girls Academy at home on Senior Night.
The Lady Rockies scored two goals in the second half to come back from a 2-1 halftime deficit in the win over their Class 2A Sectional 7 rivals.
Both teams enter Warsaw Sectional play next week as CGA plays Warsaw Tuesday, and Plymouth faces off against NorthWood Thursday.
• PLYMOUTH 3, CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 2
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Bremen beats Triton
Bremen beat Triton in a four-game Northern State Conference volleyball match at home Thursday, 25-8, 17-25, 25-14, 25-15.
Brooke Baker finished with nine kills and Cassie Sears polished off eight in the win for the Lady Lions.
Sabrina Gilley recorded 25 assists and served up an impressive nine aces, while Brooke Fitch finished with eight digs, Baker recorded seven, and Andrea Strehler stuffed five blocks.
Triton was led by Breanna Lemler’s six kills, five kills and three aces from Emilee Koontz, five blocks and five digs from Shana Anderson, and Marissa Ross’s 19 assists with four digs. Jaela Meister recorded five blocks in the loss.
• BREMEN 3, TRITON 1 (25-8, 17-25, 25-14, 25-15)
Kills: Brooke Baker 9, Cassie Sears 8
Blocks: Andrea Strehler 5
Assists: Sabrina Gilley 25
Aces: Gilley 9
Digs: Brooke Fitch 8, Baker 7
Kills: Breanna Lemler 6, Shana Anderson 5, Emilee Koontz 5
Blocks: Jaela Meister 5
Assists: Marissa Ross 19
Aces: Koontz 3
Digs: Anderson 5, Ross 4
JV score: Bremen 2, Triton 0 (25-23, 25-12)
Plymouth wins at Goshen
Plymouth cruised to a three-game Northern Lakes Conference win over host Goshen Thursday, 25-20, 25-15, 25-6.
Marissa German put away 11 kills, while Amber Redinger finished with 10 kills and 10 blocks. Mikayla German served three aces with 14 digs, Haley Harrell set 32 assists, Andria Shook recorded 10 digs, and Emily Eveland finished with seven digs.
• PLYMOUTH 3, GOSHEN 0 (25-20, 25-15, 25-6)
Kills: Marissa German 11, Amber Redinger 10
Blocks: Redinger 10
Assists: Haley Harrell 32
Aces: Mikayla German 3
Digs: Mikayla German 14, Andria Shook 10, Emily Eveland 7
JV score: Plymouth 2, Goshen 0 (25-17, 25-10)
Plymouth freshman shut out Wawasee
The unbeaten Plymouth freshman football team recorded yet another shutout with a 41-0 drubbing of Wawasee Thursday night.
Jack Barron ran for one touchdown and threw for two others, connecting with Cam Eveland and Chris Roberts. On defense, Barron came up big again by intercepting three passes and returning two for scores.
Bodie Neidig added another offensive TD of his own with a 18-yard run. Roberts and Matt Friar came up with interceptions of their own, while Brandt Peters recovered a fumble.
The win was the fifth time in six games the young Rockies defense has shut out its opponents.
Plymouth remains unbeaten at 6-0 on the year and will travel to Concord next Thursday.
Jr high cross country
Lincoln competes in unusual meet
Lincoln’s cross country meet in LaPorte was split up in an unexpected way as the Red Storm sixth and seventh graders ran in two short 2K races, while the standard 3K distance was reserved for eighth graders.
The eighth grade girls team defeated both schools with a perfect
score, sweeping the top five places at the three-way. Rachel Crawford, Kendall Grove, Katie McCormick, Emme Listenberger and Janelle Cleveland placed in order, and Alexis Aistrop crossed the finish line 15 seconds behind with a new PR of 15:10.
The Lincoln eighth grade boys team lost to Kesling but beat Boston. Jordan Morrow set a new personal record time of 11:57, and Micah Calhoun, Chris Noodwang and Isias Frias put in standout performances, while and Alex Rostron set a new PR.
Lincoln’s sixth and seventh-grade girls beat both Kesling and Boston. Katelyn Carothers ran a strong race and finished first with Tia Freshour 15 seconds behind for fifth place overall.
The sixth and seventh grade Red Storm boys won against Kesling but lost to Boston. Shane Pursch was first for Lincoln and third overall, and Daniel Stauffer finished fifth overall.
Lincoln’s final regular season meet is next Tuesday at Lakeview Warsaw. The team will wrap up the season with conference meet Oct. 6.