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October 11, 2013

Boys cross country
Glenn takes 2nd at NSCs
John Glenn's boys cross country team put up a score of 46 points behind New Prairie's score of 32 for runner-up honors at the Northern State Conference Cross Country Championship meet Tuesday.
Triton finished third with 78 points, while Bremen was fourth with a 113 score, Knox was sixth with a 162, LaVille was seventh with a 191, and Culver Community finished two points back of the Lancers to round out the NSC team standings.
Luke Runyan and Joe Mahank both broke into the top five in second and fourth place, respectively with times of 16:50.2 and 17:14, while Nick Mendenhall placed sixth for Glenn, Nathan Palmer was 27th and Carson England finished 46th.
Triton was paced by Bryce Wanemacher in 10th with a time of 17:44 and Derek Johston in 13th with an 18:01.4 time. Cordell Sherow and Bailey Watkins finished 17th and 18th, respectively, and Carson England was 46th.
Bremen was led by Kris Wickens' third-place result in 17:11. Clayton Thornton finished 12th in 17:43.3, Bryan Starcevich was 36th, Luke Snyder was 42nd, and Cole Spaid 45th.
Kieran White led Knox with a 19:37.8 in 28th place, Austin Jordan and Seth Hernandez placed 31st and 32nd, respectively, and Cody Carlson was 35th for the Redskins. Nathan Lynch completed Knox's team score with a 36th-place result.
LaVille's Robert Morrical led his team with a time of 19:34.4 in 27th. Michael Minarik and J.R. Tolbert were 38th and 39th, and Josiah Lymburner was 40th in a pack for the Lancers. Isaac Godshalk finished 47th.
Culver Community got its best finish from Brennin Betts in 30th place with a 19:48.4 time. Justin Brown was 33rd, John Brown was 41st, and Stephen Lehman was 43rd.
• NORTHERN STATE CONFERENCE MEET
Team results: 1. New Prairie 32, 2. John Glenn 46, 3. Triton 78, 4. Bremen 113, 5. Jimtown 118, 6. Knox 162, 7. LaVille 191, 8. Culver Community 193.
Top 10: 1. David Kampf (NP) 16:19.9, 2. Luke Runyan (JG) 16:50.2, 3. Kris Wickens (B) 17:11, 4. Joe Mahank (G) 17:14, 5. Justin Baltes (NP) 17:15, 6. Nick Mendenhall (JG) 17:16.5, 7. T.J. Weaver (NP) 17:35.4, 8. Blake Kirkham (NP) 17:40, 9. Clayton Thornton (B) 17:43.3, 10. Bryce Wanemacher (T) 17:44.6.
GLENN (46): 2. Luke Runyan 16:50.2, 4. Joe Mahank 17:47.7, 6. Nick Mendenhall 17:16.5, 27. Nathan Palmer 18:14.9, 46. Carson England 18:30.2.
TRITON (78): 10. Bryce Wanemacher 17:44, 13. Derek Johnston 18:01.4, 17. Cordell Sherow 18:17.9, 18. Bailey Watkins 18:23.8, 20. Landon Kaufman 18:37.5.
BREMEN (113): 3. Kris Wickens 17:11.0, 12. Clayton Thornton 17:43.3, 26. Bryan Starcevich 18:05.1, 42. Luke Snyder 21:06.5, 45. Cole Spaid 21:55.1.
KNOX (162): 28. Kieran White 19:37.8, 31. Austin Jordan 19:54.8, 32. Seth Hernandez 20:06.1, 35. Cody Carlson 20:18.2, 36. Nathan Lynch 20:27.1.
LaVILLE (191): 27. Robert Morrical 19:34.4, 38. Michael Minarik 20:45.6, 39. J.R. Tolbert 21:01.3, 40. Josiah Lymburner 21:03.6, 47. Isaac Godshalk 23:16.2.
CULVER COMMUNITY (193): 30. Brennin Betts 19:48.4, 33. Justin Brown 20:10.0, 41. John Brown 21:03.9, 43. Stephen Lehman 21:23.6, Individual name not given 22:02.8.

Girls cross country
Lady Lions runners-up at NSC Meet
New Prairie's girls team swept the top three spots and placed seven in the top 10 in a dominant championship finish at the Northern State Conference Meet Tuesday. Bremen placed second with 59 points behind New Prairie's 17 points, Triton was fourth with 93 points, John Glenn was fifth with a 126 score, LaVille was sixth with 158 points, and Culver Community and Knox were both unable to field complete teams.
Brooke Bahr and Brianna Andrews both broke into the top 10 for Bremen in fourth and ninth respectively with times of 20:42.1 and 21:43. Allison Cullers was 11th, Sara Slabaugh 14th, and Andrea Strehler finished 21st for the Lady Lions.
Alli Kann clocked Triton's top finish with a 22:31.6, good enough for 13th place, followed by Courtney Burns in 15th place in 23:11. Kayleigh Craig was 20th, Makayla Musilli was 22nd, and Taylor Hatfield finished 23rd for the Lady Trojans.
Glenn's Zoe Heying put in her team's top finish in 17th place in a time of 23:39.5, while Madissen Kobelt was 19th in 24:08.3. Ann Jousi finished 25th, Samantha Switalski was 30th, and Birte Osterman came in 35th.
LaVille was led by Rachel Rock in 24th place, with a pace-setting time for the Lancers of 24:49.3. Chelsea Shaffer came in 31st, Berkeley Bolinger was 33rd, Emily Kinney was 34th, and Cassie Zartman came in 36th.
Tatum Schultz and Victoria Shank led Culver Community with times of 22:17.2 and 23:18.7, and Justine Dexter clocked 25:13.8.
Knox was led by Sophie Flora with a 23:45.5, followed by Abby Emigh in 27:05.7.
• NORTHERN STATE CONFERENCE MEET
Team results: 1. New Prairie 17, 2. Bremen 59, 3. Jimtown 82, 4. Triton 93, 5. John Glenn 126, 6. LaVille 158, 7. Culver Community, Knox INC.
Top 10: 1. Rachel Thompson (NP) 19:03.2, 1. Kelsey Tyler (NP) 19:45.6, 3. Hope Myroup (NP) 20:15.1, 4. Brooke Bahr (B) 20:42.1, 5. Erin O'Laughlin (NP) 20:53.7, 6. Jalyn Fites (NP) 21:09.7, 7. Elizabeth Kampf (NP) 21:14.8, 8. Heather Shore (NP) 21:40.4, 9. Brianna Andrews (B) 21:43, 10. Caitlin Wilkins (J) 22:07.
BREMEN (59): 4. Brooke Bahr (B) 20:42.1, 9. Brianna Andrews (B) 21:43, 11. Allison Cullers 22:12.1, 14. Sara Slabaugh 22:55.7, 21. Andrea Strehler 24:08.8.
TRITON (93): 13. Allie Kann 22:31.6, 15. Courtney Burns 23:11. 3, 20. Kayleigh Craig 24:08.7, 22. Makayla Musilli 24:22.9, 23. Taylor Hatfield 24:40.9.
GLENN (126): 17. Zoe Heying 23:39.5, 19. Madissen Kobelt 24:08.3, 25. Anna Jousi 24:50.2, 30. Samantha Switalski 25:44.3, 35. Birte Ostermann 30:32.6.
LaVILLE (158): 24. Rachel Rock 24:49.3, 31. Chelsea Shaffer 25:48.7, 33. Berkeley Bolinger 26:58.9, 34. Emily Kinney 28:24.4, 36. Cassie Zartman 32:45.7.
CULVER (INC.): Victoria Shank 22:17.2, Tatum Schultz 23:18.7, Justine Dexter 25:13.8.
KNOX (INC.): Sophie Flora 23:45.5, Abby Emigh 27:05.7.

Volleyball
Bremen beats LaVille
Bremen's volleyball team moved to 4-2 in the Northern State Conference with a 3-0 win over host LaVille Thursday, 25-23, 25-7, 25-20.
Cassie Sears finished with 19 kills, while Chelsea Huppert recorded 11 kills and five blocks, and Bre Wilson served six aces with nine digs. Sabrina Gilley set 34 assists in the win.
LaVille's stats were unavailable for the contest.
• BREMEN 3, LaVILLE 0 (25-23, 25-7, 25-20)
At Lakeville
Bremen stats
Kills: Cassie Sears 19, Chelsea Huppert 11
Assists: Sabrina Gilley 34
Aces: Bre Wilson 6
Digs: Wilson 9
Blocks: Huppert 5
LaVille stats unavailable.
Record: Bremen 20-9 (4-2 NSC).

Plymouth suffers NLC setback
Plymouth suffered a three-game Northern Lakes Conference setback to host Northridge on the road in Middlebury Thursday, 25-18, 25-20, 25-19.
Emily Eveland and Cassi Quissell each notched nine kills. Haley Harrell finished with 24 assists and 17 digs. Hunter Stevens and Lacy Poczik each recorded three blocks for the Lady Pilgrims in the loss.
• NORTHRIDGE 3, PLYMOUTH 0 (25-18, 25-20, 25-19)
At Middlebury
Plymouth stats:
Kills: Emily Eveland 9, Cassi Quissell 9
Assists: Haley Harrell 24
Blocks: Hunter Stevens 3, Lacy Poczik 3
Digs: Harrell 17

Argos downs OD
Argos volleyball team downed Oregon-Davis in three sets in a volleyball match Wednesday night, 25-10, 25-23, 25-17.
Allison Warner and Kelsey Kring tallied nine and seven kills, respectively for Argos. Kring also registered 16 digs and two aces, and Warner finished with two solo blocks.
Aubrie Dewulf served up six aces with four kills, while Bri Overmyer finished with 23 assists and two aces, and Sabrina Brown led the team in defense with 19 digs. Ashley Allen had 10 digs, and Shayla Clyde recorded one solo block for the Lady Dragons, who moved to 6-22.
OD's stats were unavailable for the match.
• ARGOS 3, OREGON-DAVIS 0 (25-10, 25-23, 25-17)
Argos stats
Kills: Allison Warner 9, Kelsey Kring 7, Aubrie DeWulf 4
Aces: DeWulf 6, Bri Overmyer 2, Kring 2
Assists: Overmyer 23
Digs: Sabrina Brown 19, Kring 16, Ashley Allen 10
Blocks: Warner 2, Shayla Clyde 1
OD stats unavailable.
Records: Argos 6-22.

Freshman football
Freshman Rockies lose heartbreaker
The Plymouth freshman football team lost a 28-27 heartbreaker Thursday night to Concord.  
The young Rockies battled back from a 20-0 deficit to take a 27-20 lead with 43 seconds remaining in the game, but Concord came up with a 75-yard kickoff return for a touchdown and added a two-point conversion for the win. 
Plymouth stands at 5-2 on the year and will conclude its season with a contest against Goshen at the Rockpile next Thursday starting at 5:30 p.m.
 

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