Results 4-27

Bremen shells Knox
Bremen racked up 17 hits, Knox committed six errors, and the Lady Lions polished off their hosts in five, 18-0 Friday night.
Mikayla Gardner finished 4-for-4 at the plate with three RBIs, four runs and two stolen bases.
Lexi Pate went the distance inside the circle, surrendering only three hits with six strikeouts and three walks.
Emily Molden homered and Megan Stouder tripled for Bremen in the Northern State Conference win.
Emmy Stephenson finished with two hits, and Madison Brown doubled for the Redskins.
• BREMEN 18, KNOX 0 (5 inn.)
At Knox
Bremen: 222 93 — 18 17 0
Knox: 000 00 —  0 3 6
WP: Lexi Pate; LP: Morgan Krueger Mesh
2B: Brooke Baker (B), Maci Moren (B), Madison Brown (K)
3B: Megan Stouder (B)
HR: Emily Molden (B)

LaVille falls 5-2 to Jimtown
LaVille jumped out to a 2-1 lead in the bottom of the first but couldn’t find home plate again as the Lady Lancers lost a 5-2 Northern State Conference game with visiting Jimtown Friday.
The Lancers were out-hit by a narrow 11-9 margin. Hannah Herbster took the pitching loss as both she and LaVille slipped to 4-3 on the year.
Bridget Craft finished with three hits, and Herbster and Tiffany Craft each collected a pair of hits for the Lancers.
Kaylee Pletcher doubled twice for Jimtown.
At Lakeville
Jimtown: 120 001 1 — 5 11 0
LaVille: 200 000 0 — 2 9 1
WP: Jordyn Green; LP: Hannah Herbster (4-3)
2B: Kaylee Pletcher (J) 2, Sieria Geier (J).
Records: Jimtown 4-3, LaVille 4-3.

Lopez and Lions down Knox
Pedro Lopez struck out six while allowing only two runs in six innings of work, and Bremen put up seven runs in the fifth highlighted by Wes Borkholder’s two-run homer in a 7-2 Northern State Conference win over visiting Knox Friday night.
Bryce Cassel finished with two hits, and he and Eric Knepper both doubled in the game for Bremen.
At Bremen
Knox: 000 002 0 — 2 4 0
Bremen: 000 070 0 — 7 6 0
Pedro Lopez (W), ERic Knepper (6); Martin (L)
2B: Eric Knepper (B), Bryce Cassel (B)
HR: Wes Borkholder (B)

Girls tennis
Mason, Triton top Glenn
Kaelyn Mason came back from a first-set loss to top Yuma Yabuta in three sets, 4-6, 6-2, 6-0, and the Triton girls tennis team edged out John Glenn 3-2 in a Northern State Conference meet at home Friday night.
Carrie Slabaugh won at 2 singles, and Cassie Irons and Shayla May earned the Trojans the win at 2 doubles.
Winners for Glenn were Julia Jacobson at 3 singles and Ally Pudlo and Kyler Columbia at 1 doubles.
at Bourbon
SINGLES: 1. Kaelyn Mason (T) beat Yuma Yabuta 4-6, 6-2, 6-0; 2. Carrie Slabaugh (T) beat Sara Wolf 6-0, 6-3; 3. Julia Jacobson (JG) beat Michal Scherer-Berry 7-5, 6-4.
DOUBLES: 1. Ally Pudlo-Kyler Columbia (JG) beat Marissa Ross-Holly Stogsdill (T) 6-4, 6-2; 2. Cassie Irons-Shayla May (T) beat Leah Kaser-Brittnie Spornhauer (JG) 6-0, 6-2.
Records: Triton 2-3 (1-3 NSC)
JV score: Triton 1, John Glenn 0

Bremen moves to 4-0 in NSC
Bremen took a lead over New Prairie in the Northern State Conference standings with a 4-1 defeat of the visiting Cougars in a match-up of NSC unbeatens Friday.
The Lady Lions won in three sets at both the 2 singles and 1 doubles positions as Alexa Harshbarger beat Olivia Kuczmanski 4-6, 7-5, 6-3, and Haley Foster and Cassie Sears edged out Allie Marley and Lisa Fischer 6-4, 5-7, 7-6.
Morgan Smith was a straight-set winner at 1 singles for the Lions, who moved to 5-0 overall and 4-0 in the NSC ahead of New Prairie’s 3-1 conference mark.
At Bremen
SINGLES: 1. Morgan Smith (B) beat Rianna Sass 6-2, 6-1; 2. Alexa Harshbarger (B) beat Olivia Kuczmanski 4-6, 7-5, 6-3; 3. Andrea Strehler (B) beat Lauren Sera 6-3, 6-2.
DOUBLES: 1. Haley Foster-Cassie Sears beat Allie Marley-Lisa Fischer 6-4, 5-7, 7-6; 2. Brooke Kresca-Sami Vogeler (NP) beat Heidi Prawat-Haley Moren 7-5, 6-3.
Records: Bremen 5-0 (4-0 NSC), New Prairie 7-2 (3-1 NSC)
JV score: Bremen 4, New Prairie 4.

CGA downs LaPorte
Culver Girls Academy earned a 5-0 sweep over visiting LaPorte at home Friday night.
The Lady Eagles’ wins all came in straight sets. Regina Padilla’s and Pita Navarro’s 7-5, 6-3 win over Kayla Wurster and Madison Shreves was the most competitive score of the night.
The Slicers took just seven games on the remaining four courts.
At Culver
Singles: 1. Natalia Yanez-Lopez (CGA) beat Caroline Boger 6-0, 6-1; 2. Rachel Simon (CGA) beat Jill Boger 6-2, 6-1; 3. Maria Solis (CGA) beat Lauren Sterling 6-1, 6-0.
Doubles: 1. Regina Padilla-Pita Navarro (CGA) beat Kayla Wurster-Madison Shreves 7-5, 6-3; 2. Olivia Cripe-Kendall Whitehurst (CGA) beat Carin Weston-Cari Hughes 6-1, 6-1.

Boys track
Trojans top host Cavs
Triton won 11 events and finished one-two-three in the high jump, and the Trojans trumped host Culver by a convincing 81-50 margin in a Northern State Conference dual meet Thursday evening.
Trenton Stackhouse won both the 800 and 1600 for Triton, while Jeremy Jones won the 100 and 200 dashes, and Blake Johnson won both jumping events and finished second in the 110 hurdles.
Wayne Young won both hurdles events, and he and Arron Becker finished one-two in the 300 hurdles for the host Cavaliers. Lodge Burress won the 400 and Mark Lehman finished second behind him, Sam Castaneda won the shot put, and the Cavs won the 4x400 relay.
At Culver
4x800: 1. Triton 10:02; 3200: 1. Trenton Cooper (T), 11:20.00, 2. Derick Johnson (T), 11:52; 110 hurdles: 1. Wayne Young (C) 18.4, 2. Blake Johnson (T) 18.9; 100: 1. Jeremy Jones (T) 11:51, 2. Preston Hansel (C) 12:03; 1600: 1. Trenton Stackhouse (T) 5.14, 2. Trenton Cooper (T) 5:25; 4x100: 1. Triton 49.65; 400: 1. Lodge Burgess (C) 593, 2. Mark Lehman (C) 1:01.00; 300 hurdles: 1. Wayne Young (C) 47.76, 2. Arron Becker (C) 49.03; 800: 1. Trenton Stackhouse (T) 2.22, 2. Derick Johnson (T) 2.23; 200: 1. Jeremy Jones (T) 24.63, 2. Preston Hansel (C) 25.0; 4x400: 1. Culver 3:55, 2. Triton 3:59; Long jump: 1. Blake Johnson (T) 17-5, 2. Allen Betts (C) 16.5-5; High jump: 1. Blake Johnson (T) 5-4, 2. Mason Yeo (T) 5-2; Shot put: 1. Sam Castaneda (C) 36-6.5, 2. Justin Martin (T) 34-11.5; Discus: 1. Ben Ullery (T) 105-2, 2. Don Clark (C) 103; Pole vault: 1 Blake Johnson (T) 11-0, 2. Jessi Burkholder (T) 10-6

Girls track
Lady Trojans beat Culver
Triton’s girls track team won eight events and went one-two in the high jump and the pole vault as the Lady Trojans trumped host Culver Community 67-54 in a Northern State Conference dual meet Thursday night.
Ali Kann won the 1600, Kailey Craig won the 100 hurdles, Breanna Lemler finished first in the 400, Lexi Miller wont the 3200, Autumn Kann and Shana Anderson went one-two in the high jump, Jaela Meister won the pole vault ahead of Autumn Kann, and the Trojans won both the 4x400 and the 4x800 for the team win.
Denisha Brown won the 100 and the long jump for Culver, while Donna Zehner won the discus and was second behind teammate Mickella Hardy in the shot put.
At Culver
4x100: 1. Culver 56.06, 2. Triton 57.53; 1600: 1. Ali Kann (T) 6:03, 2. Tori Shank © 6:06; 100 hurdles: 1. Kailey Craig (T) 19.8, 2. Jennah McCarthy © 21.3; 400: 1. Breanna Lemler (T) 1:06.5, 2. Justine Dexter © 1:11.6; 100: 1. Denisha Brown © 12.9, 2. Lemler (T) 13.09; 3200: 1. Lexi Miller (T) 13.28, 2. Tori Shank © 14.26; 4x400: 1. Triton 4:51, 2. Culver 4:57; 4x800: 1. Triton 11:58; High jump: 1. Autumn Kann (T) 4-10, 2. Shana Anderson (T) 4-6; Pole vault: 1. Jaela Meister (T) 6-6, 2. Autumn Kann (T) 6-6; Shot put: 1. Mickella Hardy © 32-6, 2. Donna Zehner 29-0; Discus: 1. Zehner © 107-11.5, 2. Becca Kennedy (T) 101-2.5; Long jump: 1. Brown © 14-10, 2. Katie Lenker (T) 13-6

Boys lacrosse
Eagles rout Detroit CC
Culver Military’s prep lacrosse team earned a dominant 18-5 win over visiting Detroit Central Catholic.
Joel Tinney finished with five goals and a pair of assists to lead CMA, while Zach Currier followed closely with three goals and two assists. Pierre Byrne and Dean Ferris each scored three goals in the win.
Michael Calvello finished with nine saves for the Eagles.
at Culver
CMA stats
Goals: Joel Tinney 5, Zach Currier 3, Pierre Byrne 3, Dean Ferris 3, Mckenzie Dawson 2, Riley Thompson 1, PJ Bogle 1.
Assists: Currier 2, Tinney 2, Thompson 1, Bogle 1.
Saves: Michael Calvello 9.

Jr. high golf
Lincoln, Urey split
The Lincoln Junior High golf teams traveled to Swan Lake to play Urey Thursday night. Lincoln’s boys team won 233-270, and the Urey girls won 297-259.
In the boys competition, John Schenk shot 43 for the low medal round, while Micah Calhoun shot 46 for second, and Lincoln’s Hudson Yoder and Alex Hoover tied for third place with Urey’s Matt Strong with a score of 47.
Urey’s Anna Schmeltz finished first with a 48 in the girls meet. Katie Johnson led the way for Lincoln, finishing third with a 67.
These teams will meet again Tuesday at the Plymouth Country Club.

Jr. high boys track
Lincoln tops 3-way field
The Lincoln Junior High boys track team topped a three-way field in Walkerton Wednesday, beating host Urey 64-32 and New Prairie 64-31.
The top finisher for Lincoln was Colton Schuler with firsts in the long jump, 100-meter dash and in the high jump with teammate Caleb Koss tied for top honors. Schuler also led off Lincoln’s winning 400-meter relay team, which also included David Bacon, Caleb Koss, and Tristan McMillan.
Bacon won the 800, McMillen won the 200, Jake Young won the open 400, and Bacon, Young, Chris Noodwang and Ryan Carmichael combined for the win in the 4x400.

Lions split with Urey, OD
The Bremen Middle School boys track team split a three-way meet with Urey and Oregon-Davis recently.
The Lions beat OD 58-3 but fell 69-58 to Urey.
Leading the way for Bremen, Jacob Strehler won both the discus and the shot put, Kyle Pollard won the high jump, Grant Klockow finished first both in the 200 and the 100, where he and Humberto Gonzalez went one-two in the event.
The split came on the heels of a 50-46 win over LaVille in dual meet action.
Strehler won both weight events, Klockow won the 100 and the 200, and Pollard won the high jump in that meet as well.
Damon Young was a winner in the 110 hurdles, and Gonzalez, Hudson Thornton, Briley Leeper and Klockow combined for a win in the 4x100.

Jr. high girls track
Bremen edges Triton
Bremen’s girls track team edged Triton Monday by a score of 57-52 at home in Bremen.
Brianna Andrews finished first in both the 800 and 1600, Emily Bickel was first in the open 400 and in the 400 relay with Mackenzie Moren, Maddy Coffel and Lexy Miller, and Alexis Jennings won the long jump for the Lady Lions.
Bremen also earned six second-place finishes for the win.

Women’s college softball
Ancilla softball wins 3
Unusual weather calls for unusual events. Due to a rainout earlier in the week and the full schedule of all teams in the MCCAA Western Conference, Ancilla College hosted Glen Oaks Community College in a tripleheader and won all three games in five innings by scores of 8-0, 12-1, and 9-1.
In the first game, the host Chargers jumped out to an early 4-0 lead and Plymouth alum Marissa Sullivan threw a three-hit shutout while striking out four to key the victory. Courtney Clark was 3-doe-3 with two RBIs for Ancilla.
Game number two saw Ancilla score eight runs in the first inning. Brianna McClellan and Stephanie Lamm pitched a combined effort for the win. Katherine Grady was 3-for-3 with an RBI, while Emily Wilbur and Sullivan added two hits each. Sullivan finished the game with three RBIs, including a two-run home run.
Ancilla fell behind 1-0 in the first inning of game three, a game in which the Chargers played the role of the visiting team on their home field. The second inning was a different story as Ancilla put together a seven-run frame behind a Clark pitching performance that scattered five hits and struck out four. Kayla Dell had two hits for Ancilla and drove in two runs. Kayleigh Schroder also added two RBIs.
It was the first time in the history of Ancilla College softball that any team has won three games in the same day.