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Boys track
Plymouth ends NLC drought
Plymouth’s boys track team earned a split in a three-way Northern Lakes Conference meet on the Pilgrims’ home track Monday.
The Pilgrims may have fallen to Elkhart Memorial, 86-46, but they beat out NorthWood 71-61 to end a two-year drought in NLC dual meet wins.
Adam Lacefield and Dan Samuelson finished one-two in the shot put, and they switched places in another one-two showing in the discus. Michael Hartman had an outstanding night with second-place finishes in the 100, 200 — where he and teammate Sam Stevens finished in order in second and third — and 400 and in the 4x400 relay with Mason Reed, Jack Barron and Taylor Fulton.
Austin Rose placed second in the mile and third in the two-mile for Plymouth, while freshman A.J. Styers placed third in the 300-meter hurdles.
Freshman Terrance Hooten placed second in the pole vault followed by teammate Clay Corsbie in third. Corsbie also finished fourth in the 110-meter hurdles, while Reed placed fourth in the 800, and freshman Kameron Ray was fourth in the 1600.
NorthWood’s Will Stueve, Devon Hunsberger and Bennett Parker swept the top three spots in order in the high jump, while Zach Telschow won both hurdles races, Mason Pippenger won the 3200, and Albert Gongwer won the vault.
Pippenger was third in the 1600, Nick Swarcan was second in the 800, Ke’Juan Leek placed second in the long jump, and the Panthers placed second in both the 3200 relay and the 400 relay.
At Plymouth
3200 relay: 1. Memorial (Jared Peek, Blake Kramer, Javier Oseguera, McNeal Stewart) 8:33.70, 2. NorthWood 8:45.30; 110 hurdles: 1. Zachary Telschow (N) 16.51, 2. Steven Johnson (EM) 16.57, 3. Andrew Tefft (EM) 17.12; 100: 1. Davnotea Millsaps (EM) 11.28, 2. Darrius Baker (EM) 11.66, 2. Michael Hartman (P) 11.66; 1600: 1. Peek (EM) 4:48.53, 2. Austin Rose (P) 5:00.19, 3. Mason Pippenger (N) 5:02.48; 400 relay: 1. Memorial (David Doyle, Caleb Platz, Brandon Leal, Millsaps) 43.78, 2. NorthWood 46.50; 400: 1. Millsaps (EM) 50.26, 2. Hartman (P) 50.93, 3. Stewart (EM) 51.78; 300 hurdles: 1. Telschow (N) 43.53, 2. Tefft (EM) 44.05, 3. AJ Styers (P) 44.40; 800: 1. Kramer (EM) 2:02.02, 2. Nick Skwarcan (N) 2:03.49, 3. Peek (EM) 2:05.01; 200: 1. Platz (EM) 23.29, 2. Hartman (P) 23.66, 3. Sam Stevens (P) 24.20; 3200: 1. Pippenger (N) 10:52.53, 2. Alvaro Lopez (EM) 11:05.97, 3. Rose (P) 11:08.29; 1600 relay: 1. Memorial (Peek, Kramer, Stewart, Millsaps) 3:29.40, 2. Plymouth 3:34.93; Long jump: 1. David Doyle (EM) 19-4, 2. Ke’Juan Leek (N) 18-5, 3. Baker (EM) 18-0; High jump: 1. Will Stueve (N) 6-4, 2. Devon Hunsberger (N) 5-10, 3. Bennett Parker (N) 5-10; Shot put: 1. Adam Lacefield (P) 50-2½, 2. Dan Samuelson (P) 49-9, 3. Charles Hawkins (EM) 41-2½; Discus: 1. Samuelson (P) 148-6, 2. Lacefield (P) 143-11, 3. Tanner Faus (EM) 124-7; Pole vault: 1. Albert Gongwer (N) 12-6, 2. Terrance Hooten (P) 10-6, 3. Clay Corsbie (P) 10-0.

Argos wins at West Central
Argos moved to 5-4 on the season with a 12-4 win on the road at West Central Monday. Noah Spicer got the win on the mound.
Complete results were not available from the game.
At West Central
Argos: 002 222 4
West Central: 020 010 1
Noah Spicer (W, 2-1); McCay (L)
2B: McCay (WC), Stockman (A), Milliser (A), Zechiel (A), Peters (A), Thomas (A)
3B: Dewulf 2 (A)
Records: Argos 5-4

Jr. high boys track
Lincoln 8th beats Lakeview
The Lincoln Junior High boys track teams hosted Lakeview Monday night, with the eighth grade coming away with a 58-51 victory.
Colton Schuler finished first in both the high jump and long jump as well as the 100-meter dash and the 4x100 along with David Bacon, Caleb Koss and Tristan McMillen, Seth Grimmett won the 110 hurdles, Jake Young was a winner in the 400, and Bacon won the 800.
The seventh grade team had just two winners in Graham Chapman in the discus and Zane DeVault in the long jump.
Lincoln travels to Walkerton tonight for a meet against Urey and New Prairie.

Bremen boys beat Triton
Bremen’s Middle School boys track team beat Triton by a lopsided 77-28 margin on Monday.
The Lions earned six first-place finishes at the meet with Briley Leeper winning the long jump, Jacob Strehler taking first in the discus, Damon Young claiming top honors in the 110-meter hurdles, Grant Klockow winning both the 100 and 200, and Carson Bellman earning the victory in the 400.

Jr. high girls track
Lady Red Storm fall
The Lincoln Junior High girls track teams lost a pair of meets against Lakeview Monday night, with the seventh grade falling short 66-38 and the eighth grade losing by a slim 59-50 margin.
Brittany Culp was a double winner for Lincoln’s seventh grade in the discus and shot put, while Cortni Cook won the 200 hurdles and Leena Tetzloff won the 800.
In the eighth grade meet, Rachel Crawford won the long jump, 1600 and 4x400 relay along with Allie Dennie, Kyndel Grove and Mackenzie Derifield. Grove won the discus, Derifield won the 400, and Nicole Horvath was a winner in both the shot put and the 200.
Lincoln competes against Urey and New Prairie tonight at 5 p.m.

Lady Lions top Triton
Bremen’s Middle School girls track team hosted Triton on Monday, edging out the visitors, 57-52.
Emily Bickel won the 400-meter dash, Brianna Andrews won the 800 and 1600, and Bickel, Maddy Coffel and Lexy Miller combined for a win in the 4x100 for Bremen. Alexis Jennings was the Lady Lions’ lone winner in the field events in first place in the long jump.

College softball
McClellan shines in shutout
Brianna McClellan pitched a three-hit shutout as Ancilla College defeated Glen Oaks Community College 13-0 in softball action Tuesday. The second game of the doubleheader was postponed due to rain.
McClellan picked up her third victory of the season, striking out five in the five-inning complete game. Kayleigh Schroeder was 3-fpr-3 with four RBIs for the visiting Chargers, while Courtney Henning added three hits and two RBIs. Emily Wilbur and McClellan each contributed two hits to the Ancilla cause.
Ancilla stays on the road to visit Grand Rapids Community College today and hosts Glen Oaks on Thursday.