Lions win home invite with 7th straight shutout
Bremen won its home soccer invitational Saturday with victories over Wawasee and Taylor to remain unbeaten on the season.
The Lions handed Taylor a 5-0 rout before reeling off a 2-0 victory over Wawasee for their seventh straight shutout of the year.
Ricardo Reynoso scored a pair of goals at the tournament, while Don Browning had a goal and an assist. Jarred Fitch, Danny Reynoso, Jacob Box and Clayton Phillips also scored goals for Bremen, which moved to 7-0-1 with its sixth and seventh straight wins.
Austin Adams recorded four saves in goal against Wawasee, and C.J. Thornton registered five versus Taylor.
• BREMEN BOYS SOCCER INVITATIONAL
BREMEN 2, WAWASEE 0
B — Ricardo Reynoso (Sam Bickel), 27th minute
B — Don Browning (Roberto Gonzalez), 78th minute
Shots: 15; Saves: Austin Adams 4
Record: Wawasee 1-5, Bremen 7-0-1
BREMEN 5, TAYLOR 0
B — Ricardo Reynoso (Andrew Huff), 10th minute
B — Danny Reynoso (penalty kick), 16th minute
B — Jarred Fitch (Don Browning) 28th minute
B — Jacob Box (Zach Compton), 35th minute
B — Clayton Phillips (T.J. Stuckman), 68th minute
Saves: C.J. Thornton 5
CGA beats Culver, 7-0
Culver Girls Academy outshot visiting Culver Community 21-5 and the Lady Eagles earned a 7-0 victory over their crosstown rivals Saturday at the Academies.
Talton Tuggle scored twice, and Allie Baker had a goal and an assist for the Eagles.
Megan Lyczak and Abby James recorded seven and four saves in goal for Culver Community.
• CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 7,
CULVER COMMUNITY 0
At Culver Academies
CGA — Anne Marie Wright (Allie Baker)
CGA — Allie Baker (unassisted)
CGA — Anna Tompos (unassisted)
CGA — Erin Lopez-Vine (Margaret McKinnis)
CGA — Dalton Tuggle (Lopez-Vine)
CGA — Tuggle (unassisted)
CGA — Melissa Binford (unassisted)
Shots on goal: Culver 5, CGA 21
Saves: Culver 11 (Megan Lyczak 7, Abby James 4), CGA 4 (Gabriella Switaj 2, Olivia Fox 2)
Corners: Culver 0, CGA 6.
Lady Lions lose to Marian
Bremen’s girls soccer team lost an 8-0 shutout to Marian Saturday.
The Lady Lions were outshot by a 13-4 margin in the loss as the Knights went up two goals off a pair of Shannon Hendricks strikes in the sixth and eighth minutes.
• MARIAN 8, BREMEN 0
M — Shannon Hendricks, 6th minute
M — Hendricks, 8th minute
M — Maggie Hartnagel (Gabby Veldman), 15th minute
M — DJ Veldman (Maggie Wanecke), 13th minute
M — Gabby Veldman (Hendricks), 48th minute
M — Brittany Payne, 56th minute
M — DJ Veldman (Hendricks), 63rd minute
M — Hartnagel (Capannari), 67th minute
Shots: Marian 13, Bremen 4
Corner kicks: Marian 5, Bremen 0
CGA goes 1-1, Lions 0-2 at Bremen Invite
Culver Girls Academy went 1-1, and host Bremen went 0-2 at the Bremen Volleyball Invitational Saturday.
CGA lost to Rochester in three games, 24-26, 25-21, 15-6 and beat Bremen 25-22, 25-14, while the Lady Lions fell to both the Eagles and Rochester in two games (25-17, 25-19).
Brooke Baker finished with nine kills to lead the Lady Lion attack at the invite, while Sabrina Gilley and Chelsea Huppert passed out 14 and 12 assists, respectively.
Brooke Fitch recorded 12 digs for Bremen.
Jamie Madison and Katy Bjornson led the Lady Eagles in kills with 16 and 12, respectively, while Paige Baldacci handed out 30 assists. Abby Jeffirs had 15 digs, and Carlyle Marrs recorded 13 for CGA.
• BREMEN VOLLEYBALL INVITATIONAL
ROCHESTER 2, BREMEN 0 (25-17, 25-19)
Kills: Brooke Baker 5, Cassie Sears 4
Aces: Chelsea Huppert 3
Assists: Sabrina Gilley 6, Huppert 6
Digs: Brooke Fitch 7, Baker 5
ROCHESTER 2, CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 1 (24-26, 25-21, 15-6)
Kills: Jamie Madison 7, Katy Bjornson 5
Blocks: Pita Navarro 4, Rita Zambon 3
Assists: Paige Baldacci 17
Aces: Torrie Christleb 2
Digs: Abby Jeffirs 8, Bjornson 7, Carlyle Marrs 7
CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 2, BREMEN 0 (25-22, 25-14)
Kills: Madison 9, Bjornson 7
Blocks: Bjornson 2
Assists: Baldacci 23
Aces: Baldacci 3, Sarah Boland 2, Jeffirs 2
Digs: Jeffirs 7, Marrs 6
Kills: Baker 5, Huppert 4
Blocks: Baker 2, Sears 2, Andrea Strehler 2, Huppert 2
Assists: Gilley 8, Huppert 6
Aces: Gilley 2
Digs: Fitch 5
CMA beats No. 8 Munster
Eric Maudhuit beat Arlo Detmer in three sets, 7-5, 4-6, 6-3, and Culver Military Academy trumped 8th-ranked Munster 3-2 at the Eagles’ home invite Saturday.
Along with Maudhuit’s 3 singles victory, Sam Concannon won at 2 singles, and Austin and Alec Proeh won in straight sets at 1 doubles.
• CULVER MILITARY INVITATIONAL
At South Bend Racquet Club
CULVER MILITARY 3, MUNSTER 2
SINGLES: 1. Jack Heiniger (M) beat Quinlan Smith, 6-0, 6-1; 2. Sam Concannon (CMA) beat Colin Richter, 6-2, 6-4; 3. Eric Maudhuit (CMA) beat Arlo Detmer, 7-5, 4-6, 6-3.
DOUBLES: 1. Austin Proeh-Alec Proeh (CMA) beat Taha Qureshi-Nathan Konomuri, 6-2, 6-4; 2. Michael Kitchell-Kelin Herish (M) beat Aaron Arvizu-Justin Sitjar, 6-2, 6-0.
MUNSTER 4, PENN 1
SINGLES: 1. Jack Heiniger (M) d. Michael Wang, 6-3, 6-0; 2. Colin Richter (M) d. Victor Lu, 6-0, 6-1; 3. Ario Detmer (M) d. Aiden Koch, 6-3, 6-0.
DOUBLES: 1. Sean Anderson-Brad Walter (P) d. Taha Qureshi-Nathan Kondamuri, 6-1, 6-2; 2. Kelan Harish-Michael Kitchell d. Connor McCarthy-George Hamilton, 6-2, 6-4
Record: Penn 6-1.
JV score: Munster 3, Penn 0.
Triton loses at Bethany
Triton lost 4-1 to host Bethany Christian in a tennis meet over the weekend.
The Trojans’ sole win came at 1 doubles, where Jeff Ross and Pete Kauffman won in straight 6-2 sets.
Triton slips to 4-3 with the loss.
• BETHANY CHRISTIAN 4, TRITON 1
SINGLES: 1. Nathan Brendle (BC) beat Lucas Shafer, 6-0, 6-1; 2. Ike Lehman (BC) beat Dean Howdeshell, 7-6 (4), 1-6, 6-3; 3. Abe Thorne (BC) beat Jared Fisher, 6-2, 6-1.
DOUBLES: 1. Jeff Ross-Pete Kauffman (T) beat Himal King-Parth Patel, 6-2, 6-2; 2. Joel Gerig-Hans Miller (BC) beat Darren Harrell-Jake Oldham, 6-4, 7-6 (5).
Records: Bethany Christian 5-4, Triton 4-3
JV score: Bethany Christian 5, Triton 3
Glenn takes fourth at CGA Invite
Led by Madeleine Silvey’s 97, John Glenn finished fourth with a score of 410 at the Culver Girls Academy Girls Golf Invitational, while the host Lady Eagles finished fifth with a score of 415, and LaVille was sixth with a 433 team score at Indiana National Saturday.
Twin Lakes won the meet with a 382, three strokes ahead of Wawasee.
Morgan Eggleston shot 99 for the Lady Falcons, Kaylee Matz and Emma Reese carded respective scores of 106 and 108.
CGA was led by Sammy Seibel’s 87. MacKenzie Toth shot 99, Makenna Morches carded a 113, and Maureen Reed shot 116 for the Lady Eagles.
LaVille was paced by Lauren Read’s 89, while Whitney Brown turned in a 110, Shayla Eggert shot a 113, and Melissa Hall shot 121 for the Lancers.
• CULVER GIRLS
At Indiana National Golf Club at Swan Lake (Par 72)
TEAM SCORES: TWIN LAKES 382, WAWASEE 385, FAIRFIELD 402, JOHN GLENN 410, CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 415, LaVILLE 433, PIONEER 438, LALUMIERE 452, SOUTH BEND RILEY (NS), TIPPECANOE VALLEY (NS).
Medalist: Mary Shipley (Fairfield) 79.
TWIN LAKES (382): Taylor Russell 81, Morgan Kyburz 93, Taylor Hornung 88, Grace Winkle 130, Grace Milligan 120.
Wawasee (385): Elizabeth Jackson 88, Mikala Mawhorter 98, Kylee Rostochak 102, Alex Goralczyk 100, Courtney McDaniel 99.
FAIRFIELD (402): Mary Shipley 79, Kelsie Robison 89, Cosette Kahler 117, Caroline Kauffman 117, Makayla Bontrager 147.
GLENN (410): Madeleine Silvey 97, Emma Reese 108, Morgan Eggleston 99, Kaylee Matz 106, Katie Hershberger 116.
CGA (415): Sammy Seibel 87, MacKenzie Toth 99, Maureen Reed 116, Makenna Morsches 113, Jenna Harter 124.
LaVILLE (433): Lauren Read 89, Shayla Eggert 113, Whitney Brown 110, Melissa Hall 121, Casey Turak 134.
Pioneer (438): Mati DeWitt 93, Jamie Musselman 114, Mikayla Greiner 121, Randi Miller 119, Brittany Snow 112.
LaLUMIERE (452): Katie Brown 89, Morgan Grimm 113, Alexis Fontaine 134, Rachael Yemc 116, Anna Gronemeyer 147.
TIPPY VALLEY(no score): Allyson Ross 105, Kara Eaton 126, Emy Gelbaugh 148.
RILEY (no score): Chloe Hensley 104, Natalie Freitag 111, Imani Ballard 118.
Lady Trojans split
Triton split a three-way girls golf meet with Caston and North Miami at Peru Municipal last Thursday.
Lizzy Erne shot a 49 to pace the Lady Trojans, while Hannah Jennings carded 52. Kayla Kreft and Courtney Zentz turned in scores of 64 and 65, respectively, as Triton moved to 4-9 with the four-stroke loss to Caston and win over North Miami.
• CASTON 226, TRITON 230, NORTH MIAMI 263
At Peru Municipal
TRITON (230): Hannah Jennings 52, Lizzy Erne 49, Lillie Berger 69, Courtney Zentz 65, Kayla Kreft 64
Record: Triton 4-9
Boys cross country
Triton takes 4th at Caston Invite
Trenton Stackhouse placed ninth overall, and Triton finished fourth at the 19-team Caston Cross Country Invitational Saturday.
Adams won the meet with a71 points, while Triton put up a team score of 126, Bremen scored 224 in seventh place, Culver was 16th with 376 points, North Judson finished 18th, and Oregon-Davis was 19th.
Thomas Dean finished seventh for the Lions in a time of 17:23.2.
• CASTON INVITATIONAL
1. ADAMS 71, 2. LAKELAND 92, 3. LOGANSPORT 98, 4. TRITON 126, 5. CARROLL 147, 6. PERU 213, 7. BREMEN 224, 8. FAITH CHRISTIAN 253, 9. PIONEER 265, 10. WINAMAC 274, 11. TRI-COUNTY 278, 12. NORTH WHITE 314, 13. TIPPECANOE VALLEY 322, 14. CASTON 325, 15. LEWIS CASS 367, 16. CULVER 376, 17. WEST CENTRAL 398, 18. NORTH JUDSON 403, 19. OREGON-DAVIS 552.
TOP 15: 1. Joseph Trost (LA) 16:36.7, 2. Andrew Timmons (SBA) 16:37.4, 3. Eric Herber (LK) 16:46, 4. Jacob Timmons (SBA) 17:02.8, 5. Brian Bordner (CAR) 17:05.1, 6. Sam Nelson (FC) 17:16.8, 7. Thomas Dean (BR) 17:23.2, 8. Seth Cousins (CAS) 17:34.1, 9. Trenton Stackhouse (T) 17:32.2, 10. Mitch Herber (LA) 17:50.9, 11. Kyle Jordan (LO) 17:52.4, 12. Jacob Graf (LO) 17:54.8, 13. Mason Trevino (SBA) 17:57.5, 14. Dylan Bice (PIO) 18:03.3, 15. Kris Wicken (BR) 18:05.1.
Girls cross country
Lady Trojans lead area squads at Caston Invite
Allie Kann placed fourth, and Triton finished eighth at the Caston Cross Country Invite Saturday.
Lewis Cass earned top honors with an 81 score, three points ahead of West Central as the top three teams all finished within four points of one another at the meet.
Triton put up a 170 score, and Bremen finished ninth led by Sara Slabaugh’s second-place overall finish.
Kendall Gardner finished 12th for North Judson, which placed 11th in the team standings with a score of 239.
• CASTON INVITATIONAL
1. LEWIS CASS 81, 2. WEST CENTRAL 84, 3. ADAMS 85, 4. TRI-COUNTY 108, 5. LOGANSPORT 161, 6. CARROLL 162, 7. WINAMAC 169, 8. TRITON 170, 9. BREMEN 188, 10. TIPPECANOE VALLEY 225, 11. NORTH JUDSON 239, 12. NORTH WHITE 255.
TOP 15: 1. Micaela Sheldon (T-C) 20:18.6, 2. Sara Slabaugh (BR) 20:27.2, 3. Michaela Lewis (SBA) 20:52.7, 4. Allie Kann (T) 21:02.9, 5. Jenna Yeakley (LC) 21:09.1, 6. Mickayla Wenzel (WC) 21:12.5 21:12.5, 7. Gabi Carney (LC) 21:15.4, 8. Abbey Todd (WC) 21:23.5, 9. Haley Johnson (LC) 21:25.7, 10. Amaryllis Adey (SBA) 21:35.5, 11. Maggy Markley (FC) 21:44.7, 12. Kendall Gardner (NJ) 21:55.7, 13. Shari Bowers (CA) 22:00.8, 14. Bridget Peden (CA) 22:08.7, 15. Lexi Miller (T-C) 22:13.7.
Women’s college cross country
Jordan, partner win Wabash Hokum Karem
Bremen alumna Hope Jordan paired with DePauw teammate Heather O’Brien to win the individual race at the 50th Annual Wabash College Hokum Karem Saturday.
Jordan and O’Brien paced the field in 22:58 to help push their team to a third-place finish with 24 points. Indianapolis won with 13 points, and Crawfordsville was second with a score of 20.
Men’s college cross country
Triton’s Nordmann takes 2nd at Manchester Hokum Karem
Triton grad Curtis Nordmann and partner Mike Stocker placed second overall with a 39:41 to lead their team to a second-place finish at the Manchester College Hokum Karem Saturday. The Spartans finished with 14 points behind Indiana Tech, which won with a score of 10.
Men’s college soccer
Chargers net 7 against Owens
The Chargers (1-1-1) took their first victory of the season, winning 7-2 against Owens Community College (2-1).
Each team came out of the gate quick to strike as Ancilla opened with a goal by Dominic Harris in the first minute followed by Owens’ Glenroy Miller scoring a goal in the second minute to tie the game. Harris struck again in the 10th minute when Matt Willinger found a pass wide to midfielder Brandon Query, who put a beautiful service into the box in which Harris headed to the back of the net.
Ancilla went into halftime with a 4-1 lead thanks to goals by Manny Awuku in the 16th minute and Nakilee Weni in the 26th minute.
Awuku added to the Chargers lead with a penalty kick in 75th minute. Owens refused to back down and Nickyle Webber brought Owens a goal in the 79th minute. Ancilla’s Lucas Perez took advantage of his first regular season playing time scoring two goals in the final 10 minutes of regulation to secure the win.
The Chargers’ next match is scheduled at home against Cincinnati State this Saturday 1 p.m. at Charger field.
Ancilla sweeps Prairie State
A win at home is nice. Winning your home opener is even better. Adding a straight set win to that mix raises the excitement level even more.
The Ancilla College volleyball team accomplished all three pieces to that puzzle by defeating visiting Prairie State College 25-20, 25-18, 25-18, improving their record to 4-3 in the process.
Ancilla had a balanced attack under captain Kristen Trudell who had 30 assists on the night. The defense was led by Keri Friend and Mieka Wagner with 15 and 12 digs respectively. Wagner led the Chargers with three aces, and Jessica Moore added two blocks to the cause. Leading the attack was Hayley Mavrick with eleven kills. Kaylia Richardson put down eight kills, while Kelly Duke and Moore added seven each.
Ancilla returns to action at home today at 6:30 p.m. in the Charger Arena at the LifePlex of Plymouth.
Goshen JV upends Ancilla
The Ancilla College volleyball team fell to 3-3 on the season with a close 25-23, 25-22 loss at Goshen College against their junior varsity.
Mieka Wagner and Kelly Duke led the Charger attack at the net, finishing with five and four kills respectively. Kristen Trudell came away with 17 of Ancilla’s 19 assists.