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Boys tennis
Plymouth blanks Bremen
Plymouth’s boys tennis team shut out Bremen 5-0 in a tennis meet between potential sectional opponents Wednesday in Plymouth.
The Pilgrims topped the Lions in straight sets on four of five courts, and Kameron Eisehour and Kendall Fosler split sets with Krent Hueni and Tommy Foster on the 2 doubles court before putting the Lions duo away 6-2, 4-6, 6-3.
Plymouth moves to 7-2 on the year and resumes Northern Lakes Conference play at Concord tonight.
At Plymouth
SINGLES: 1. Gabe Vervynckt beat Brad Foster, 6-2, 6-1; 2. Tom Felke beat Jalen Bayer, 6-3, 6-0; 3. John Hunter beat Wes Burkholder, 6-0, 6-2.
DOUBLES: 1. Matt Flynn-Jack Holloway beat Nate Strehler-Joe Zeltwanger, 6-3, 6-2; 2. Kameron Eisehour-Kendall Fosler beat Krent Hueni-Tommy Foster, 6-2, 4-6, 6-3.
Records: Plymouth 7-2.
JV score: Plymouth 5, Bremen 1.

Triton nips Riley
Triton nipped visiting Riley in a 3-2 win at home Wednesday.
Dean Howdeshell and Jared Fisher earned straight-set victories at 2 and 3 singles, respectively, and Jeff Ross and Pete Kauffman claimed a dominant 6-0, 6-0 win over Matt Paulesewski and Corey Fletcher in 1 doubles play as the Trojans cinched the win to move to 6-3 on the year.
At Bourbon
SINGLES: 1. Aaron Zaderej (R) beat Lucas Shafer 6-1, 6-1; 2. Dean Howdeshell (T) beat Ryan Thompson 6-0, 6-1; 3. Jared Fisher (T) beat Gilbert Williams 6-1, 6-2
DOUBLES: 1. Jeff Ross-Pete Kauffman (T) beat Matt Paulesewski-Corey Fletcher 6-0, 6-0, 2. Ryan O’Connor-Jacob Mielcarek (R) beat Darren Harrell-Austin Sellers 7-6(6), 3-6, 10-7.
Records: Triton 6-3, Riley 3-4
JV score: Triton 6, Riley 1

Knox bounces
back vs LaVille
Knox handed visiting LaVille a 5-0 Northern State Conference loss at home Wednesday.
The Redskins shut out the Lancers on all courts, winning in the minimum number of games as they bounced back from a disappointing 3-2 NSC loss at Bremen Tuesday.
At Knox
SINGLES: 1. Davey Johnston beat Brandon Haisley, 6-0, 6-0; 2. Jordan Anderson beat Pierce Frick, 6-0, 6-0; 3. Hunter Gilberto beat Chris Nicodemus, 6-0, 6-0.
DOUBLES: 1. Joe Clabaugh-Cody Fletcher beat Adam Baker-Matt Dickson, 6-0, 6-0; 2. Damon Richie-Curtis Scherer beat Eric Eggerbrecht-Dennis Feltz, 6-0, 6-0.
Records: Knox 6-4 (3-3 NSC).

Boys soccer
Lions record 8th shutout
Danny Reynoso scored twice with an assist, Rickey Reynoso finished with two assists and one partial assist, and Bremen beat Elkhart Christian on the road Tuesday, 7-0.
Don Browning, Sam Lacher, Jarred Fitch and Sky Allen also scored for Bremen, which moved to 8-0-1 on the season.
Austin Adams recorded three saves in goal, and C.J. Thornton had one as the Lions earned their eighth shutout of the year.
At Elkhart
Danny Reynoso (Rickey Reynoso)
Don Browning (Chris Gingerich, Phoenix Ricketts)
D. Reynoso (R. Reynoso)
Sam Lacher (D. Reynoso)
Jarred Fitch (Jacob Box, R. Reynoso)
Elkhart Christian own goal
Sky Allen (Lacher, Sam Bickel)
Shots: Bremen 12
Saves: Bremen 4 (Austin Adams 3, C.J. Thornton 1)
Records: Bremen 8-0-1

LaVille tops Glenn
LaVille beat host John Glenn in a Northern State Conference match on the road Wednesday, 2-0.
Complete results were not available for the game.
At Walkerton
Complete results unavailable.

8th grade football
Lincoln 8th wins opener
Last night the Lincoln eighth grade football won its season-opener Wednesday, defeating Laporte Boston 22-6 at home.
Offensive leaders for the Young Rockies were David Bacon, connecting with Weston Houin on a slant play for a touchdown, and Caleb Koss and Colten Schuler both taking hand-offs and finding paydirt. Brendon Schwichtenberg kicked two PATs.
Defensive leaders were Jake Young with an interception, Schwichtenberg with two sacks, and Colin Roth with two tackles in the backfield. Koss also recovered an onside kick to start the second half.
Lincoln is back in action Saturday when the Young Rockies travel to Wakarusa to take on Northwood.

7th grade football
Lincoln 7th tops LaPorte Boston
The Lincoln seventh grade football team beat Boston Middle School from LaPorte 12-0 Wednesday night.
The offense scored on a 1-yard plunge by Kaden McCrammer in the first half and a 35-yard scamper by quarterback John Shenk in the second half.
The defense pitched a shutout on the strength of six turnovers from Boston. McCrammer and Zane DeVault both picked off Boston passes while Hurford, Scurvin, Masson and Hayes all recovered fumbles. Nate Lafree was a defensive standout, forcing two fumbles with several tackles for loss.
The seventh grade team plays Saturday at Northwood at 9 a.m.

8th grade volleyball
Lady Lions rally
Bremen’s eighth grade volleyball team rallied from a loss in its opening set with Jimtown to beat the Jimmies in three sets Tuesday night, 15-25, 25-22, 15-10.
Serving by Josie Detweiler in the second match and eight kills by Shannon Arndt were crucial in the season-opener.
7th grade volleyball
Bremen 7th drops opener
Bremen’s seventh grade volleyball opened its season against Jimtown Tuesday.
Despite outstanding serving by Brooke Kertai, Lexi Miller and Sara Knepper the Lady Lions fell in a three-set match to the Jimmies (25-18, 15-25, 15-8).
MacKenzie Moren and Miller led the lions in kills.
The team’s next match is tonight against Oregon-Davis at home at at 5:30 p.m.

Jr. high cross country
Lincoln, Riverside cc
teams win opener vs LaVille
The Lincoln and Riverside cross country teams had their season-opening meet against LaVille Tuesday with the Red Storm girls winning 18-41, and the boys team earning a 25-34 victory.
For the girls, Rachel Crawford took first place with a time of 12:46, with Kaitlyn Carothers (13:06), Tia Freshour (13:06), and Kyndel Grove (13:52) right behind her in second, third and fourth place. Alyssa Solis, Mercedes Bastardo, Katelyn Magee, Rachael Dodson, Katie McCormick, Emme Listenberger, Lexi Ramirez, and Ally Dolan were close behind in eighth through fifteenth place.
For the boys, Jeffrey Oliver led the way for the Red Storm in third place with a time of 13:00, with Daniel Stauffer (13:21), Jordan Morrow (13:40), and Micah Calhoun (13:48) close behind in fourth, fifth and sixth place. Kelvin Mercer, Isiah Batta, Zach Moser, Isa Frias, Shane Pursch, Chris Noodwang, and Kane Young were close behind.
The teams travel to Indian Springs Saturday for their first invitational.

Men’s college soccer
Chargers fall to Muskegon in 2OT
Ancilla’s men’s soccer team opened the second weekend of play, hosting Muskegon Community College last Saturday, falling in the second overtime period 3-2.
Muskegon opened the scoring on an own goal. Dominic Harris capitalized off of some nice combination play from midfielder Juan Delgado and striker Manny Awuku that sprung Harris, and he finished the play to tie the game up 1-1 going into halftime.
Muskegon’s Kody Harrel scored in the 52nd minute after Eric Hilt slotted a ball to the box. Ancilla did not back down, and Ignacio Avilles hit a first time shot from 20 yards out to bring the Chargers back. But Nathan Brouard turned a second chance opportunity into the game-winner in double overtime to put Muskegon over the top.
Rene Mejia played well and made 11 saves on the day.