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Glenn girls win 10th
Rochester continued to dominate the area improving to 15-1 on the season, shooting a 192 at Indiana National on the Silver Course, while Glenn scored itâ€™s low nine-hole round of the year with a 217 and Lalumiere scored a 255. The Lady Falcons moved to 10-9 on the season with the split. Medalist honors for the evening belonged to Lauren Daurety and Katelyn Foust with 47s for the Zebras.
Senior Anna Dunn led the Falcons with a 50 followed by Presley Geeâ€™s 54, Emma Reeseâ€™s 55, and Maddie Silveyâ€™s and Morgan Egglestonâ€™s dual 58s. Low for Lalumiere was Morgan Grimm with score of 54.
In JV play Glenn was led by Taylor Hines with a 55.
Glenn plays Bremen and Oregon Davis tonight at Sprig Oâ€™Mint at 4:30 p.m.
â€˘ ROCHESTER 192, JOHN GLENN 217, LALUMIERE 255
At Swan Lake
GLENN (217): Anna Dunn 50, Presley Gee 54, Emma Reese 55, Maddie Silvey 58, Morgan Eggleston 58
Shepherd leads Knox over OD
Miranda Shepherd led Knox with a score of 62, and the Lady Redskins handed Oregon-Davis a loss 269-285 at Bass Lake.
Taylor Kemble shot 65, Sarah Coad carded a 69, and Kourtney Wagner shot a 73 for Knox.
OD was led by Ashley Clarkâ€™s 63 and Haley Whiteâ€™s 69, while Ashley Campbell shot a 74, and Lauren Pucel turned in a 79 for the Lady Bobcats.
â€˘ KNOX 269, OREGON-DAVIS 285
At Bass Lake (Par 35)
KNOX (269): Sarah Coad 69, Miranda Shepherd 62, Taylor Kemble 65, Kourtney Wagner 73, Sierra Wolber 74
OREGON-DAVIS (285): Lauren Pucel 79, Haley White 69, Ashley Campbell 74, Ashley Clark 63
Record: Knox 2-9
LaVille shuts out NSC foe Glenn
Four different Lancers scored, and LaVille handed Northern State Conference foe John Glenn a 4-0 defeat at home in Lakeville.
Kainen Norman, Craig Romano, Landon Manuel and Juan Chavez all scored for LaVille, while Josiah Lappin and Kainen Norman distributed assists for LaVille.
Troy Brassell made 11 saves as the Lancers outshout Glenn 15-7, and Joey Vest recorded seven saves in goal for the blank sheet as LaVille moved to an impressive 9-1-1 on the year.
â€˘Â LAVILLE 4, JOHN GLENN 0
LV â€” Kainen Norman
LV â€” Craig Romano (Josiah Lappin)
LV â€” Landon Manuel (Kainen Norman)
LV â€” Juan Chavez
Shots: LaVille 15, John Glenn 7
Saves: Joey Vest (LaVille) 7, Troy Brassell (John Glenn) 11
Record: LaVille 9-1-1
OD loses to Kouts
Oregon Davis lost to Kouts Tuesday night by a score of 2-0.
The Bobcats will play Winamac on the road tonight.
CGA tops Washington
Culver Girls Academy handed visiting South Bend Washington a defeat in three games, 25-18, 25-15, 25-14.
Katie Bjornson put away 15 kills with 11 digs in a balanced effort, while Caitlyn Logue and Emily Gilland served up five and four aces, respectively.
Gilland also set 24 assists, while Andrea Lin recorded 13 digs, and Torrie Christlieb made six blocks with three kills for CGA, which improves to 6-2.
â€˘ CGA 3, WASHINGTON 0 (25-18, 25-15, 25-14)
Kills: Katie Bjornson 15, Abby Jeffirs 6, Emily Rich 3, Torrie Christlieb 3
Aces: Caitlyn Logue 5, Emily Gilland 4, Abby Jeffirs 2
Assists: Gilland 24, Paige Baldacci 5
Digs: Andrea Lin 13, Bjornson 11, Jeffirs 6
Blocks: Christlieb 6, Rich 2, Jamie Madison 1
Record: Culver Girls Academy 6-2
JV Score: Culver Girls Academy 2, Lakeland Christian 0 (25-19, 25-24)
Pilgrims edge Bremen
Plymouth won at 1 and 2 singles and 1 doubles to edge out host Bremen 3-2 in a match-up of Sectional 5 rivals at DeSantis Courts Wednesday.
Gabe Vervycnkt beat Briley Bollenbacher 6-3, 6-2 at 1 singles, while Lane Singleton put away Brad Foster 6-3, 6-2 at 2 singles, and Connor Flynn and Jordan Scheetz won their 1 doubles match against Austin Huff and T.J. Bayer in two 6-1 sets.
Wes Burkholder earned a three-set victory over Plymouthâ€™s Tom Felke 6-2, 1-6, 6-1 at No. 3 singles, and Joe Zeltwanger and Nate Strehler beat Matt Flynn and Joe Knapp 7-5, 6-1 at 2 doubles.
Plymouth remains unbeaten at 9-0 with the win, while the Lions slip to 8-5.
â€˘ PLYMOUTH 3, BREMEN 2
Singles: 1. Gabe Vervynckt (P) beat Briley Bollenbacher 6-3, 6-4; 2. Lane Singleton (P) beat Brad Foster 6-3, 6-2; 3. Wes Burkholder (B) beat Tom Felke 6-2, 1-6, 6-1
Doubles: 1. Connor Flynn-Jordan Scheetz (P) beat Austin Huff-T.J. Bayer 6-1, 6-1; 2. Joe Zeltwanger-Nate Strehler (B) beat Matt Flynn-Joe Knapp 7-5, 6-1
JV Score: Plymouth 3, Bremen 3
Records: Plymouth 9-0, Bremen 8-5
Triton trumps Riley
Triton won at both doubles positions and the 2 singles court to beat host Riley 3-2 Wednesday.
Pete Kauffman won in straight sets of 6-1 at 2 singles, as did Trojans No. 1 tandem Josh Shafer and Austin Kanarr. Wil Rettinger and Jackson Downing won 6-2, 6-4 at 2 doubles to clinch the team win and push Triton to 6-3 on the year.
â€˘ TRITON 3, RILEY 2
At South Bend
Singles: 1. Aron Zaderaj (R) beat Jeff Ross 6-1, 6-0; 2. Pete Kauffman (T) beat Gilbert Williams 6-1, 6-1; 3. Jacob Melkerek (R) beat Lucas Shafer 6-3, 6-2
Doubles: 1. Josh Shafer-Austin Kanarr (T) beat Trent Flecher-Matt Peterson 6-1, 6-1; 2. Wil Rettinger-Jackson Downing (T) beat Riley Suter-Ryan Oâ€™Conner 6-2, 6-4
Record: Triton 6-3
CMA dominates Peru
Culver Military surrendered a total of just seven games in a 5-0 whitewashing of Peru at home at the Academies.
Wilson Wu won in two 6-1 sets at 1 singles, while Quinlan Smith and Justin Sitjar each dropped only one game in their respective 2 and 3 singles matches.
Will Stackhouse and Eric Maudhuit put away their No. 1 doubles opponents 6-0, 6-2, and Jack Mitzell and Aaron Arvizu handed their No. 2 doubles foes a loss in 6-1, 6-0.
â€˘ CULVER MILITARY 5, PERU 0
Singles: 1. Wilson Wu beat Dylan Ecklebarger, 6-1, 6-1; 2. Quinlan Smith beat Jared Andrews, 6-1, 6-0; 3. Justin Sitjar beat Grant Ebert, 6-0, 6-1
Doubles: 1. Will Stackhouse-Eric Maudhuit beat Zach Stackley-Joe Comerford 6-0, 6-2; 2. Jack Mitzell-Aaron Arvizu beat Jack Zuers-Austin Finicle 6-1, 6-0
Record: CMA 6-1.
8th grade football
Lincoln wins in OT
The Lincoln eighth grade football team defeated Laporte Boston 22-16 in overtime on Tuesday night.
Offensive leaders for Linclon were Cam Eveland with two touchdowns and Jacob Rachielle with one touchdown. The offensive line of Jake Dewar, Damien White, Josh Salyers, Devon Straka, Matt Friar, Austin Dixon and A.J. Styers did a great job of opening holes all night.
Defensive leaders were Brandt Peters, Jeremy Splix, Bodie Neidig, Chris Robers and Jack Barron with two interceptions.
The win brings the Young Rockiesâ€™ record to 2-0. The team is back in action this Saturday when it hosts Northwood at home.
Jr. high cross country
Lincoln races LaVille
The Red Storm boys and girls cross country teams started their season out strong against LaVille.
Top finishers for the girls team were Brooke Wagner with a time of 13:52, Rachel Rettig with a time of 14:40, Morgan Oberly with a time of 14:46 and Elise Patrick with a time of 16:29.
For the boys, top finishers included Andrew Miller with a time of 13:18, Jason Barahona with a time of 13:20, Zacc Hutchings with a time of 14:42 and Joel Funston with a time of 14:51.
The Red Storm will run at Indian Springs on Saturday at 9:30 a.m.
Jr. high volleyball
Lincoln 7th, 8th
open with wins
The Lincoln 8th grade volleyball team started the season off with a win defeating Indian Springs 25-23, 25-23.
The Lincoln seventh grade Red Storm volleyball team also got off to a great start defeating Indian Springs 25-11, 25-19.
Zachary leads VU
Knox product Janyl Zachary had seven kills with a team-leading 10 digs as the Vincennes University volleyball team beat host Danville Area Wednesday night, 25-19, 25-19, 25-23.
Up next for VU is the Lindenwood JUCO Tournament Saturday in St. Charles, Miss.
The Ancilla College volleyball team lost in three sets at Prairie State College on Tuesday 25-8, 25-23, 25-17 in Chicago Heights, Ill.
The Lady Chargers (1-2) committed 24 hitting errors on the night, struggling to adjust to a taller Prairie State team.
Miranda Hammons led the Lady Chargers with eight kills, while Kristen Trudell posted 16 assists.Â Danielle Burge led the team in digs with 16.
The Lady Chargers return to action tonight when they host MCCAA Western Conference rival Kalamazoo Valley Community College. Play begins at 6:30 p.m. EDT.