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Plymouth dimes Rochester
Chase Peters gave up six hits for four earned runs, and Plymouth’s order cranked out 12 hits in a 16-6, six-inning diming of Rochester Tuesday at Bill Nixon Field.
Joe Knapp, Ike Kastner and Hayden Skirvin all doubled for the Pilgrims, and Skirvin finished with five RBI while Kastner and Peters each batted in two runs.
Plymouth jumped on the visitors early with a five-run first to go ahead 5-2, then tacked on five more runs in the third and fourth frames. The Pilgrims put up a six spot in the bottom of the sixth to end the game early and move to 2-2 on the year.
Plymouth plays host to Bremen tonight at 5 p.m.
• PLYMOUTH 16, ROCHESTER 6 (6 inn)
At Plymouth
Rochester: 200 022 — 6 6 4
Plymouth: 502 306 — 16 12 2
WP: Chase Peters; LP: Hampton
2B: Joe Knapp (P), Ike Kastner (P), Hayden Skirvin (P) Wottring (R)
Records: Plymouth 2-2

Bremen beats Bethany
Jacob Bennitt and Wes Burkholder combined to allow no hits and one walk in a 12-0, five inning shutout of visiting Bethany Christian at Bremen Tuesday.
Eric Knepper tripled and Austin Gardner and Nate Leeper both doubled for the Lions, who move to 2-1 on the season.
Bremen travels to Plymouth today.
At Bremen
Bethany: 000 00 — 0 0 4
Bremen: 402 6x — 12 7 0
Jacob Bennitt (W), Wes Burkholder (5); Andy Slagel (L), Dylan Schlabach (4) (L)
2B: Austin Gardner (B), Nate Leeper (B)
3B: Eric Knepper (B)
Records: Bethany Christian 0-4, Bremen 2-1

Falcons shred Bluejays
Charles Dreessen, Drew McDonald and Mark Einhorn batted in two runs each, and John Glenn handed North Judson its first loss of the season, a 12-2 mercy rule defeat in five innings at Glenn Tuesday.
Michael Holderread got the win on the mound pitching through three innings, while Tyler Tunis took the loss for Judson.
Einhorn doubled for the Falcons, and Caston Sanchez doubled for the Bluejays.
Glenn improves to an even 3-3, while Judson slides to 3-1.
At Walkerton
Judson: 000 11 — 2 4 3
Glenn: 360 21 — 12 7 1
Michael Holderread (W), Tyler Niespodziany (4); Tyler Tunis (L, 0-1), Leszek (4)
2B: Caston Sanchez (NJ), Mark Einhorn (G)
Records: Glenn 3-3, North Judson 3-1

Comets nip Trojans
Caston put up six runs in the sixth and seventh innings to edge visiting Triton 8-7 Tuesday.
Bryson Mosier went 3 for 5 with a triple and two RBI, while Zak Shively went 1 for 2 with a triple, two RBI and a run scored, and Erik Hoffman went 2 for 4 with a double and a run in the loss.
Cole Creighbaum took the loss on the mound relieving Mosier in the sixth, and Corey Moss moved to 2-0 for Caston.
The Trojans host Concord tonight at 5 p.m.
At Caston
Triton: 002 023 — 7 7 1
Caston: 020 042 — 8 9 6
Corey Moss (W, 2-0); Bryson Mosier, Cole Creighbaum (6, L, 0-2)
2B: Erik Hoffman (T), Garret Gates ©
3B: Mosier (T), Zak Shively (T), Caleb Rowe ©
Records: Triton 2-4, Caston 4-1

Eagles edge Morgan Township
Culver Military responded to a Morgan Township run in the top of the fifth with two runs in the bottom of the inning, and Kyle Bartelman earned the save as the Eagles held on for a 3-2 win at home Tuesday.
Cole Grandel earned his first win on the mound for CMA.
At Culver
MT: 010 010 0 — 2 6 2
CMA: 001 020 x — 3 6 2
WP: Cole Grandel (1-0), S: Kyle Bartelman; LP: Kikus

Boys lacrosse
CMA routs Holy Trinity
Joel Tinney scored three goals and recorded three assists, and Riley Thompson finished with three goals and two assists as Culver Military routed Holy Trinity 14-4 at Notre Dame Tuesday.
Dean Ferris scored two goals, and Michael Cavello tallied three saves in the win.
At Notre Dame
CMA goals: Riley Thompson 3, Joel Tinney 3, Dean Ferris 2, P.J. Bogle, Bud Graham, Pierre Byrne, Zach Thompson, Kyle Trolley, Ryan Coulter.
CMA assists: Tinney 3, R. Thompson 2, Currier, Z. Thompson, Bogle.
CMA saves: Michael Cavello 3, Nic Peterson 1.

Jr. high girls track
Lincoln teams split openers
The Lincoln Junior High girls track teams opened their season against Indian Springs Monday night. The Lincoln eighth grade lost their meet 76-24, while the seventh grade girls won their meet 62-38.
Shannon Stephenson was a double winner for Lincoln’s eighth grade team in the high jump and shot put, and Elizabeth Jackson won the long jump.
Victoria Styers was a quadrupole winner for the seventh grade team with individual wins in the long jump and 100 as well as in the 400 and 1600 relays. Rachel Hilty and Amber Blissmer were both dual winners as members of Lincoln’s winning 400 and 1600 relay teams, while Lanae Singleton was a winner in the 400 relay, Victoria Leazenby won the shot put, and Nicole Horvath won the discus.

College tennis
Bethel men, women win at Defiance
The Bethel men escaped with a 5-4 win, while the Lady Pilots rolled to a 6-0 victory as the Bethel College men’s and women’s tennis teams collected wins on the road at Defiance Tuesday.
The men’s match opened with doubles, and LaVille grad Trent Stout and No. 2 doubles partner Rosten Hamman claimed an 8-3 win for Bethel. Bremen grad Joe Rallo earned a 6-4, 6-2 win at 3 singles, and Bethel’s Derrike Kolb won 10-4 in the third set of No. 5 singles to secure the narrow team win.
In women’s play, Bremen alum Kelsey Stichter and 2 doubles teammate Bethany Blodgett won their match 8-2 as the Lady Pilots completed their sweep of Defiance.
The Bethel women move to 10-5 and will return to action on Thursday at St. Mary’s College beginning at 4 p.m. The Bethel men improve to 6-10 and will return to the courts on Saturday when they will travel to Grand Rapids, Mich. to play Cornerstone University beginning at 1 p.m.