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October 16, 2013

Boys cross country
Glenn takes 3rd at Riley Sectional
John Glenn placed two runners in the top 10, and the Falcons finished third at the Riley Sectional at Erskine Park Tuesday to earn a berth out to Saturday’s Elkhart Central Regional.
Host Riley won the meet with a score of 45 followed by Penn’s 57 and Glenn’s 105. Bremen closed out its team season in seventh with a 179 score, while LaVille placed 11th with a 319 score.
Glenn was paced by Luke Runyan’s 17:00.04 for fourth place overall, while Joe Mahank finished eighth in 17:20.
Nicholas Mendenhall finished 20th in 27:47, Carson England was 36th in 18:52 and Nathan Palmer followed four seconds back in 37th place.
While Bremen was unable to make the top five team cut out to regionals, several Lions earned individual berths as top 10 finishers among individuals from non-advancing teams Tuesday.
Kris Wickens finished sixth in 17:05, Clayton Thornton was 26th in 18:16, and Brian Starcevich advanced in 34th place with a time of 18:47.
LaVille was paced by Robert Morrical in 57th place with a time of 20:11.
• RILEY SECTIONAL
At South Bend
Team scores: 1. Riley 45, 2. Penn 57, 3. John Glenn 105, 4. Adams 114, 5. Mishawaka 118, 6. St. Joseph 136, 7. Bremen 179, 8. Marian 209, 9. Washington 241, 10. Clay 274, 11. LaVille 319.
Top 15: 1. Andy Timmons (A) 16:20.74, 2. Jacob Timmons (A) 16:32.16, 3. Travis Kulczar (R) 16:34.31, 4. Lucas Runyan (G) 17:00.04, 5. Thomas Gales (P) 17:04.5, 6. Kris Wickens (B) 17:05.92, 7. Steven Siade (R) 17:14.4, 8. Joseph Mahank (G) 17:20.91, 9. Joey McGrew (R) 17:21.58, 10. Jonathon Mader (P) 17:22.55, 11. Taylor Neff (P) 17:23.67, 12. David Salmon (R) 17:24.97, 13. Christopher Meyer (MM) 17:25.92, 14. Matt Waweru (R) 17:28.45, 15. Taylor Krathwohl (P) 17:30.39.
Individual regional qualifiers: 22. Liam Maher (SJ) 17:51.77, 23. Jacob Klaybor (SJ) 18:03.39, 26. Clayton Thorton (B) 18:16.62, 33. Grayson Radvansky (SJ) 18:40., 34. Brian Starcevich (B) 18:47.98, 35. David Konter (W) 18:49.08, 39. Brian Lenyo (SJ) 19:00.29.
3. GLENN (105): 4. Lucas Runyan 17:00, 8. Joe Mahank 17:20, 20. Nicholas Mendenhall 17:47, 36. Carson England 18:52, 37. Nathan Palmer 18:56.
7. BREMEN (179): 6. Kris Wickens 17:05, 26. Clayton Thorton 18:16, 34. Brian Starcevich 18:47, 47. Cole Spaid 19:39, 66. Luke Snyder 21:45.
11. LaVILLE (319): 57. Robert Morrical 20:11, 62. Michael Minarik 21:07, 64. J.R. Tolbert 21:24, 67. Josiah Lymburner 21:59, 69. Isaac Godschalk 22:37.

Girls cross country
Lady Lions advance 4
Bremen’s girls cross country team just missed a team regional berth in sixth place at the Riley Sectional Tuesday, but the Lady Lions advanced four of their top five runners as individuals to Saturday’s Elkhart Central Regional race.
Brooke Bahr was seventh in 20:33, Brianna Andrews was 13th in 21:48, Sara Slabuagh was 31st overall in 22:58, and Allison Cullers finished 33rd in 23:26 as the Lady Lions quartet all earned top 10 finishes among individuals from non-advancing teams at Erskine Park.
Penn won the meet with a score of 41, Mishawaka was second with 74, Adams was third with a 78 score, Riley posted 102 points to finish fourth, and St. Joseph crowded Bremen out of the top five with 104 points ahead of the Lions’ 129.
John Glenn placed eighth with a 243 score and had one individual regional qualifier in Zoe Heying, who placed 37th in a time of 23:42.
LaVille closed out the year in 10th place with a 270 score paced by Rachael Rock in 49th with a 25:12 time.
• RILEY SECTIONAL
At South Bend
Team scores: 1. Penn 41, 2. Mishawaka 74, 3. Adams 78, 4. Riley 102, 5. St. Joseph 104, 6. Bremen 129, 7. Marian 146, 8. John Glenn 243, 9. Washington 260, 10. LaVille 270, 11. Clay NS.
Top 15: 1. Danielle Frank (P) 19:27.06, 2. Lauren Pottschmidt (P) 19:55.09, 3. Kiera Pelletier (M) 20:19.31, 4. Michaela Lewis (A) 20:22.97, 5. Hanna Coppens (M) 20:23.81, 6. Ana Brodan (A) 20:32.55, 7. Brooke Bahr (B) 20:33.81, 8. Hannah Selis (P) 20:39.76, 9. Kacie O’Neal (R) 20:47.24, 10. Megan Duvall (MM) 20:53.33, 11. Meagan Dietz (P) 21:28.7, 12. Camilla Holt (M) 21:35.36, 13. Brianna Andrews (B) 21:48.52, 14. Taylor Bussell (R) 21:52.56, 15. Emily Anderson (SJ) 22:02.01.
Individual regional qualifiers: 16. Jennifer Waltman (MM) 22:05.29, 31. Sara Slabaugh (B) 22:58.54, 33. Allison Cullers (B) 23:26.7, 37. Zoe Heying (G) 23:42.72, 38. MacKenzie Deguch (MM) 23:44.78, 39. Allison Wolff (MM) 23:53.45, 40. Faviola Cruz (W) 23:55.73.
6. BREMEN (129): 7. Brooke Bahr 20:33, 13. Brianna Andrews 21:48, 31. Sara Slabaugh 22:58, 33. Allison Cullers 23:26, 45. Andrea Strehler 24:53.
8. GLENN (243): 37. Zoe Heying 23:43, 48. Madissen Kobelt 25:05, 50. Anna Jousi 25:19, 53. Samantha Switalski 25:55, 55. Birte Ostermann 30:31.
10. LaVILLE (270): 49. Rachael Rock 25:12, 51. Chelsea Shaffer 25:18, 54. Emily Kinney 30:08, 56. Cassandra Zartman 30:47, 60. Whitney Brown 34:36.

Volleyball
CGA rallies past Argos
Culver Girls Academy battled back from a first-set loss to hand host Argos a four-game loss Tuesday, 16-25, 25-19, 25-22, 25-18.
Katy Bjornson led the Lady Eagles with 18 kills, four aces and nine digs, while Torrie Christlieb finished with 11 kills, seven aces and five digs. Rachel Simon recorded 39 assists in the win, which pushed CGA out to 10-17 on the season.
Argos was led by Kelsey Kring’s 13 ills and 14 digs. Allison Warner finished with 11 kills and two aces, Bri Overmyer set 30 assists, and Warner and DeVonna Lord posted eight and nine solo blocks, respectively, for the Lady Dragons.
• CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 3, ARGOS 1 (16-25, 25-19, 25-22, 25-18)
At Argos
CGA stats
Kills: Katy Bjornson 18, Torrie Christlieb 11
Aces: Christlieb 7, Bjornson 4, Kayla Trefren 3, Olivia Sever 3
Assists: Rachel Simon 39
Digs: Bjornson 9, Christleb 5
Argos stats
Kills: Kelsey Kring 13, Allison Warner 11
Aces: Warner 2
Assists: Bri Overmyer 30
Digs: Kring 14
Blocks: DeVonna Lord 9, Allison Warner 8
Records: CGA 10-17

Plymouth falls at Concord
Plymouth dropped a four-set Northern Lakes Conference volleyball meet on the road at Concord Tuesday, 25-15, 25-16, 24-26, 25-19.
Hunter Stevens put down 11 kills with five blocks, while Emily Eveland finished with 10 kills, two aces and eight digs.
Haley Harrell set a team-leading 28 assists with another team-high nine digs. Libbi Portteus and Lacy Poczik each finished with five blocks for Plymouth, which slipped to 13-17 overall and 2-5 in the NLC>
• CONCORD 3, PLYMOUTH 1
(25-15, 25-16, 24-26, 25-19)
At Elkhart
Plymouth stats
Kills: Hunter Stevens 11, Emily Eveland 10
Aces: Eveland 2
Assists: Haley Harrell 28
Digs: Harrell 9, Eveland 8, Ellen Smith 7, Cassi Quissell 7
Blocks: Libbie Portteus 6, Lacy Poczik 6, Stevens 5
Records: Plymouth 13-17 (2-5 NLC).
JV score: Plymouth 2, Concord 0 (25-21, 25-19)

Lady Lions fall in 5
Bremen lost a nip-tuck five-game match with South Bend Clay Tuesday, 26-24, 15-25, 27-25, 15-25, 15-12.
Chelsea Huppert put in a strong all-around match with 18 kills, two aces, 11 digs and three blocks, while Cassie Sears registered 17 kills with five aces.
Sabrina Gilley passed out 25 assists, and Brooke Fitch managed 22 digs in the loss, which drops the Lady Lions to 20-11 on the season.
• SOUTH BEND CLAY 3,
BREMEN 2 (26-24, 15-25, 27-25, 15-25, 15-12)
Bremen stats
Kills: Chelsea Huppert 18, Cassie Sears 17
Aces: Sears 5, Huppert 2
Assists: Sabrina Gilley 25
Digs: Brooke Fitch 22, Huppert 11, Rachael Czarnecki 10
Blocks: Huppert 3
Records: Bremen 20-11

Lady Cavs win in 3
Culver Community downed Elkhart Christian in three games Tuesday, 26-24, 25-15, 25-20.
Tosha Harris had a breakout match with eight kills, three aces and seven digs.
Samantha Howard finished with seven kills, three aces and nine assists, while Bayli Fearnow served six aces with nine digs.
• CULVER COMMUNITY 3,
ELKHART CHRISTIAN 0 (26-24, 25-15, 25-20)
Culver stats
Kills: Tosha Harris 8, Samantha Howard 7, Donna Zehner 5
Aces: Bayli Fearnow 6, Howard 3, Harris 3
Assists: Samantha Howard 9, Marisa Howard 9
Digs: Fearnow 9, Megan Thompson 7, Harris 7

C team volleyball
Plymouth C team goes 2-2 at NLCs
The Plymouth volleyball C-team competed in the Plymouth NLC tourney last Saturday, going 2-2 on the day defeating South Bend Adams and Goshen and losing to Northridge and Warsaw.
Emily Hoffer led Plymouth in setting and serving. Kayden Mendenhall had a nice day attacking, and the group had a great all-around effort from Simone Yates.

Men’s college soccer
Charger soccer undefeated on the road
Improving its away record to 5-0 and overall record to 8-4, the Ancilla men’s soccer team returned home victorious over the community colleges of Lakeland and Cuyahoga with scores of 4-2 and 6-1, respectively.
In their first game, the Chargers had a back-and-forth battle against the Lakers of Lakeland Community College. At halftime the score was tied at 1-all. Early in the second half, the Lakers took the lead again until the 67th minute when Ancilla answered back with a goal from Isaias Morales. Fifteen minutes later, another Morales goal gave the Chargers the lead for good. As the clock wound down, another goal was added to Ancilla’s score, courtesy of a Lakeland defensive move gone awry.
The following day, the Chargers faced Cuyahoga Community College. Ancilla took an early lead, with a score from Morales, and maintained the advantage throughout the first half. In the 53rd minute, the challengers evened the score. That quickly changed, however, as the Chargers dominated after the 61st minute, scoring five goals in just 21 minutes. Dominic Harris and Jose Herrera led Ancilla’s attack, scoring two goals each, while Nestor Herrera added the final goal.
Morton College will visit Charger Field on Thursday at 4 p.m. as Ancilla College hosts the Panthers in a non-conference game.

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