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Plymouth wins NLC opener
Plymouth jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the first three and a half innings, and the Pilgrims won their Northern Lakes Conference opener 15-6 on the road at Elkhart Memorial Monday.
Plymouth tallied 17 hits in the win, including five doubles and three triples.
Chase Peters tapped out two doubles and a triple to finish with four RBI, while Connor Flynn and Ike Kastner each both tripled on their way to four RBI apiece.
Jordan Scheetz struck out eight while giving up two hits with eight walks for five runs in the win on the mound, and Myles Scott got the save relieving him in the fifth.
â€˘Â PLYMOUTH 15, ELKHART MEMORIAL 6
Plymouth: 336 210 0 â€” 15 17 0
Memorial: 000 150 0 â€” 6 7 2
Jordan Scheetz (W), Myles Scott (5, S); P. Devenney, S. Clark (4, L)
2B: Knapp (P), Chase Peters (P) 2, Jacob Seagraves (P), Blake Milliser (P), D Asbury (EM),Â R Asbury (EM)
3B: Peters (P), Connor Flynn (P), Ike Kastner (P)
Bremen opens NSC with win at Glenn
Bremen strung together nine hits and capitalized on seven John Glenn errors for 10 runs, and the Lions claimed a 10-4 Northern State Conference-opening win over the host Falcons at Glenn Monday.
Eric Knepper finished with three hits â€”Â including a double â€” and an RBI, and Jacob Bennitt added two hits and an RBI for Bremen, which plated five runs in the top of the third en route to the win.
Nate Leeper got the win on the mound, while Mike Holderread took the loss pitching through five innings for Glenn.
Tom Knapte and Tyler Niespondziany both doubled for the Falcons.
â€˘ BREMEN 10, JOHN GLENN 4
Bremen: 005 032 0 â€” 10 9 4
Glenn: 000 011 2 â€” 4 8 7
Nate Leeper (W, 1-1), Dillon Mullen (7); Mike Holderread (L, 2-1), Tyler Niespodziany (6).
2B: Sean Knepper (B), Eric Knepper (B) 2, Nate Leeper (B), Bobby Cornett (B), Tom Knape (G), Niespodziany (G)
Records: Bremen 3-3 (1-0 NSC), Glenn 4-5 (0-1 NSC).
Culver loses at 5 at Jimtown
Auggie Rubalcava held Culver to just two hits on the mound, and the Cavaliers were shut out 10-0 in five innings by host Jimtown on the road Monday.
The Jimmies pounded out 13 hits, including four doubles and a homer en route to the runs-ahead rule Northern State Conference win.
â€˘ JIMTOWN 10, CULVER 0 (5 inn.)
Culver: 000 00 â€” 0 2 0
Jimtown: 412 21 â€” 10 13 1
Collin Stevens (L, 0-2); Auggie Rubalcava (W).
2B: Justin Brown (J), Corleone Desimone (J), Alec Brown (J), Evan Oblinger (J)
HR: Oblinger (J)
Records: Jimtown 4-2 (1-0 NSC), Culver 0-7 (0-2 NSC)
Priser, Herbster power LaVille
Trenton Priserâ€™s grand slam in the top of the fifth keyed a five-run inning by LaVille as the Lancers built on an 8-5 lead, and they claimed a 17-10 victory over host New Prairie in New Carlisle Monday.
Jason Baker earned the win on the mound pitching through six innings for LaVille, and he moved to 3-2 on the season.
Quentin Herbster went 2-for-4 with five RBI as the Lancers opened Northern State Conference play with a win.
â€˘ LaVILLE 17, NEW PRAIRIE 10
At New Carlisle
LaVille: 320 352 2 â€” 17 9 4
New Prairie: 320 020 3 â€” 10 8 3
Cole Winters (L), Noah Shail (4); Jason Baker (W), Chris Bailey (7).
2B: Allen Ameast (NP)
HR: Trenton Priser (L), Dalton Saver (L)
Records: New Prairie 5-6 (1-1 NSC), LaVille 4-4 (1-0 NSC)
Triton tops Knox
Triton opened its Northern State Conference schedule with a win as the Trojans put up 12 hits for an 11-7 victory on the road at Knox Monday.
Bryson Mosier earned the save after relieving Cole Creighbaum in the bottom of the sixth, and he tripled and drove in two runs in the win. Erik Hoffman finished with four RBI in the victory, which pushes Triton to an even 4-4 and 1-0 in the conference.
Blake Bridegroom and Sean Martin both doubled for Knox, which fell to 1-8 with an 0-1 NSC start.
â€˘ TRITON 11, KNOX 7
Triton: 030 104 3 â€” 11 12 1
Knox: 010 212 1 â€” 7 4 5
Cole Creighbaum (W), Bryson Mosier (6; S); Sean Martin (L), Davey Johnston (6)
2B: Blake Bridegroom (K), Sean Martin (K)
3B: Mosier (T)
Records: Triton 4-4 (1-0 NSC); Knox 1-8 (0-1).
Glenn beats Bremen
John Glenn scored eight runs in the third, and the Lady Falcons made the big inning stand up in a 9-4 win over host Bremen in a Northern State Conference contest at Bremen Monday.
Macy Jankowski got the win inside the circle giving up five hits going the distance for Glenn, while Mikayla Gardner took the loss lasting through five innings for the Lady Lions.
â€˘Â JOHN GLENN 9, BREMEN 4
Glenn: 008 100 0 â€” 9 9 1
Bremen: 003 100 0 â€” 4 5 5
Macy Jankowski (W); Mikayla Gardner (L), Saylor Bailey (6)
Complete results unavailable
Lady Eagles fall in 5
South Bend Adams handed host Culver Girls Academy a 16-5 loss in five innings Monday at the Academies.
CGA plate five runs on five hits at the game, including two home runs by Jamie Madison.
â€˘ S.B. ADAMS 16, CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 5 (5 inn.)
Adams: 103 111 â€” 16 16 0
CGA: 203 00x â€” 5 5 1
Abby Jeffirs (L), Jamie Madison (5) and Samantha Seibel; Koryn Ullery, Michelle Szucs (W) and Breanna Martens.
2B: Hannah McDonald 3 (A)
HR: Jamie Madison 2 (CGA)
New Prairie rallied back from a 4-1 deficit with a combined 12 runs in the fourth and fifth innings, and LaVille lost a 17-6 Northern State Conference game at home Monday.
The Lady Cougars racked up 11 hits with seven doubles against LaVille pitcher Hannah Herbster.
Val Ingle doubled twice and Herbster also doubled for the Lancers.
â€˘ NEW PRAIRIE 17, LaVILLE 6
New Prairie: 100 661 3 â€” 17 11 2
LaVille 310 200 0 â€” 6 5 9
Shaina Orlowski, Brandee Pitrzak (W, 3), Hannah Mahlka (7); Hannah Herbster (L)
2B: Lexi Buford (NP), Katie Buford (NP) 2, Petrzak (NP), Kelsey Prestin (NP), Courtney Spencer (NP), Haley Mills (NP), Val Ingle (L) 2, Herbster (L).
Triton tops, Glenn splits 3-way
Triton beat both John Glenn and Mishawaka, and the Falcons split with the Trojans and the Cavemen in a three-way golf meet on Tritonâ€™s home course at Rozella-Ford Monday.
Quentyn Carpenter earned low medalist honors with a 1-over-par 36 for Triton, while Tanner Shepherd shot a 41, and Chandler Slone and Ryan Rapp both carded 42s.
Glenn was led by Tyler Prentkowskiâ€™s round of 40 followed by Austin Hayesâ€™ 47, Michael Schmeltzâ€™s 48, and Dustin Annisâ€™ 54.
â€˘ TRITON 161, JOHN GLENN 189, MISHAWAKA 195
At Rozella-Ford (Par 35)
TRITON (161): Quentyn Carpenter 36, Chandler Slone 42, Ryan Rapp 42, Tanner Shepherd 41, Lucas Shafer 45.
GLENN (189): Tyler Prentkowski 40, Michael Schmeltz 48, C.J. Jaske 59, Austin Hayes 47, Dustin Annis 54.
MISHAWAKA (195): John Herman 46, Connor Bilancio 52, Joe Herman 46, Ryan Mathes 51, Tyler Paul 54.
Cavs fall to Winamac
Culver lost a dual golf meet with Winamac 178-185 on its home course at Mystic Hills Monday.
Trent Elliott and Luke Dunfee carded respective scores of 43 and 44 for the Cavs, Zach Duplay shot a 48, and Joe Krsek came in in 50.
â€˘ WINAMAC 178, CULVER 185
At Mystic Hills (Par 35)
WINAMAC (178): Mike Brown 45, Bryant Larkin 48, Adam Gruenig 42, Mitch Wolff 43, Josh Tenkersly 64.
CULVER (185): Trent Elliott 43, Zach Duplay 48, Luke Dunfee 44, Joe Krsek 50, Cody Peterson 53.
CGA shut out Annie Morsches finished with a Texas hat trick of four goals, and Culver Girls Academy shut out Concord 17-0 at home Monday.
Four different Lady Eagles finished with two goals apiece in Maeve McHugh, Olivia Rabbitt, Hannah Flaten and Saralena Barry.
â€˘Â CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 17, CONCORD 0
CGA goals: Annie Morsches 4, Maeve McHugh 2, Olivia Rabbitt 2, Hannah Flaten 2, Saralena Barry 2, Helen Hansen 1, Kelsi Carr 1, Morgan Osborn 1, Melissa Paluch 1, Rory Byrne 1.
CGA assists: Paluch 2, Hansen 2, Carr 1, Morsches 1, McHugh 1, Shawna Lesperance 1.