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Judson nips Culver
North Judson plated a run in the top of the seventh, and the Bluejays hung on for a narrow 2-1 victory in their season-opener at Culver Community Wednesday night.
The game was a pitchers’ duel between Judson’s staff of Tyler Tunis and David Jacim and Culver’s Kyle Vlach as the trio combined to give up only four total hits in the opener.
The Cavs finished with just one hit at the game, a double from Nick Pritz, and the home team recorded three errors as they slipped to an 0-1 start.
Culver travels to Caston tonight with a 5:30 p.m. EST start time.
At Culver
Judson: 000 100 1 — 2 3 1
Culver: 000 100 0 — 1 1 3
Tyler Tunis, David Jacim (4, W, 1-0) and Jordan Bridegroom; Kyle Vlach (L, 0-1) and Shawn Russell.
2B: Nick Pritz (C)
Records: Judson 1-0, Culver 0-1.

Triton drops opener
Triton put up just four hits in a 5-1 season-opening loss to South Bend Riley Wednesday night.
Pete Kauffman doubled for the Trojans in the only extra base hit of the night.
Aaron Zaderej had three hits for Riley, and winning pitcher Trevor Creader and Zachary Zalas each put up two hits for the Wildcats.
Complete results unavailable.

Girls track
Culver tops LaVille
Culver Community’s girls track team recorded wins in nine events, and the Lady Cavaliers outscored visiting LaVille 79-42 in a dual track meet between Northern State Conference foes at Culver Wednesday.
Denisha Brown won the 100, 200 and 400 for the Lady Cavs, Tori Shank won both the 1600 and the 3200, and Donna Zehner won both the shot put and the discus as Culver went one-two in both throwing events.
Danielle Romano won both hurdles races and Kylie Jamrozy won the 800 as LaVille won just three events on the track. Katie Minarik won both the high jump and the long jump for the Lancers.
At Culver
3200 relay 1. Culver 12:49; 100 hurdles: 1. Danielle Romano (L) 17.9, 2. Tatum Schultz (C) 19.3; 100: 1. Denisha Brown (C) 12.75, 2. Lucy Zeiger (L) 14.5 ; 1600: 1. Tori Shank (C) 6:26, 2. Chelsey Shaffer (L) 6:33; 400 relay: 1. Culver 56.1; 400: 1. Denisha Brown (C) 1:09, 2. Lauren Reid (L) 1:14; 300 hurdles: 1. Danielle Romano (L) 53.2, 2. Tatum Schultz (C) 55.6; 800: 1. Kylie Jamrozy (L) 3:02, 2. Marissa Howard (C) 3:05; 200: 1. Denisha Brown (C) 28.7, 2. Lucy Zeiger (L) 29.6; 3200: 1. Tori Shank (C) 14:25, 2. Chelsey Shaffer (L) 14:46; 1600 relay: 1. Culver 4:54; Long jump: 1. Danielle Romano (L) 14-4, 2. Tatum Schultz (C) 13-6; High jump: 1. Katie Minarik (L) 5-1, 2. Tatum Schultz (C) 4-10; Shot put: 1. Donna Zehner (C) 29-11, 2. Mickella Hardy (C) 28-7; Discus: 1. Donna Zehner (C) 106-0, 2. Shakkira Harris (C) 85-9; Pole vault: 1. No competitors

College softball
Poor defense contributes to Ancilla losses
The Ancilla College softball team was swept in MCCAA Western Conference action by Lansing Community College 11-6 and 9-2.
Ancilla combined for 11 errors in the doubleheader, allowing just six earned runs.
In game one, Emily Wilbur, Kayleigh Schroeder, and Cortney Ferrell had two hits each. Plymouth alum Marissa Sullivan threw a solid four innings in relief, striking out four and allowing just one earned run.
The second game saw Schroeder stay hot, racking up another two hits.
Big innings hurt the Chargers in both games. In each game, Lansing put together six-run innings to nullify any offensive production by Ancilla.
The Chargers now hit the road for back-to-back conference games. On Thursday they meet up with Lake Michigan College and on Friday they travel to Kalamazoo Valley Community College.