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Softball
Lady Trojans survive John Glenn rally
John Glenn plated two runs in the top of the seventh, but it wasn’t enough to crawl back from an early five-run deficit, and Triton escaped the Falcons in a 7-6 Northern State Conference thriller in Bourbon Wednesday.
Glenn scored on a single by Holly Adams and an error in the fourth inning, a groundout by Brittany Snodgrass in the fifth inning, and a two-run error in the seventh inning. Still, Glenn couldn’t catch the Trojans.
Krystal Sellers went 2-for-2 officially at the plate to pace the Trojans, singling in the first inning and doubling in the sixth inning. She also drew another two walks at the game and finished with two runs and an RBI.
Although the Falcons plated six runs for the game, only one was earned as the Trojans finished with seven errors in the win.
Mallorie Jennings struck out five, while surrendering three walks and six hits for the complete-game win.
The Trojans never trailed after scoring two runs in the first on an RBI double by Brycelyn Garbison and an error.
A one-run second inning helped bring the Falcons within one, but the threat came to an end when Jennings finally got Nicole Dombek to ground out to preserve a 2-1 Triton lead.
The Trojans broke the game open with four runs in the third. Jennings got Triton started with a double, scoring Sellers and Hannah Jennings. Allyson Brown followed with another double, plating Mallorie Jennings to push the advantage out to 6-1.
• TRITON 7, JOHN GLENN 6
At Bourbon
Glenn: 010 210 2 — 6 6 2
Triton: 204 001 x — 7 7 7
Macie Jankowski (L), Holly Adams (3); Mallorie Jennings (W).
2B: Krystal Sellers (T), Brycelyn Garbison (T), Mallorie Jennings (T), Allyson Brown (T).

Plymouth loses NLC game at Concord
Plymouth’s softball team dropped a 7-0 Northern Lakes Conference contest on the road at Concord Wednesday.
Kailey Whitley doubled for the Lady Pilgrims, one of just four hits by the visitors, who fell to an 0-2 NLC start.
Brittney Horvath took the loss in seven innings inside the circle, while Jenny Miller got the win for Concord.
Miller and Maddi Jackowiak doubled, and McKenzie Loge tripled for the home team.
• CONCORD 7, PLYMOUTH 0
At Concord
Plymouth: 000 000 0 — 0 4 1
Concord: 300 310 x — 7 9 0
Britney Horvath (L); Jenny Miller (W).
2B: Kailey Whitley (P), Maddi Jackowiak (C), Jenny Miller (C)
3B: McKenzie Loge (C)
Records: Plymouth 1-5 (0-2 NLC)

Bremen beats Culver, improves to 5-0
Taylor Lashbrook went 4-for-4 with two doubles and scored four runs to pace Bremen’s high-powered offense in a 16-1, five-inning rout of visiting Culver Community Wednesday night.
Brooke Baker finished 2-for-4 with a double and three RBIs, while Megan Stouder went 2-for-3 with a walk, scoring three runs and driving in two.
Chelsea Huppert got the start and the win for the Lady Lions, striking out five keeping a no-hitter going through the second inning. Lexi Pate relieved her in the third, surrendering two hits with three strikeouts for one run.
Megan Brady got off to a tough start for Culver, giving up 12 runs in just two-thirds innings pitched before Madelyn Strycker chased her in the bottom of the first. Strycker allowed five hits with six walks for four runs for Culver in the Northern State Conference loss.
• BREMEN 16, CULVER 1 (5 inn.)
At Bremen
Culver: 000 10 — 1 2 2
Bremen: (12)30 0x — 16 11 0
Megan Brady (L), Madelyn Strycker (1); Chelsea Huppert (W), Lexi Pate (3).
2B: Taylor Lashbrook (B) 2, Brooke Baker (B), Megan Stouder (B)
Records: Bremen 5-0, Culver 0-2.
JV score: St. Joe 8, Bremen 4

Baseball
Bremen makes one run stand up at Culver
Bobby Cornett fanned five while scattering five hits with two walks over seven innings, and Bremen’s baseball team made a one-run first stand up for a 1-0 Northern State Conference win on the road at Culver Wednesday.
Bryce Cassel scored the game’s only run in the top of the first. He finished with two stolen bases, while Tyler Coffel and Dillon Mullen recorded Bremen’s only two hits as Chris Zehner took the tough loss on the mound for the Cavs.
Nick Pritz doubled for the home team, which slipped to 1-6 and 0-2 in the conference.
Bremen improves to 4-3 with a 1-1 league start.
• BREMEN 1, CULVER 0
At Culver
Bremen: 100 000 0 — 1 2 1
Culver: 000 000 0 — 0 5 2
Bobby Cornett (W, 1-1); Chris Zehner (L, 0-1).
2B: Nick Pritz (C)
Records: Bremen 4-3 (1-1 NSC), Culver 1-6 (0-2 NSC).

Boys golf
Lions’ consistency trumps Culver’s low round
Culver Community had the low individual round, but Bremen’s consistency won the day as the Lions handed the Cavaliers a 168-209 Northern State Conference loss in a dual meet at Sprig O’Mint Wednesday.
Trent Elliott fired off a 39, but no other Culver golfer was able to break 50 as Tristan Schultz shot a 54, Cody Petersen shot 57, and Kenny VanDePutte turned in a 59.
Bremen was led by Kevin Woodyard’s 40, followed by Sky Allen’s 41 and Micah Knoblock’s 42. Clayton Phillips shot 46 to complete the Lions’ team score as they moved to 2-3 overall and 2-1 in the NSC in dual meet play.
• BREMEN 168, CULVER COMMUNITY 209
At Sprig O’Mint (Par 36)
BREMEN (168): Micah Knoblock 42, Kevin Woodyard 40, Sky Allen 41, Clayton Phillips 46.
CULVER (209): Trent Elliott 39, Cody Petersen 57, Tristan Schultz 54, Kenny VanDePutte 59.
Records: Bremen 2-3 (2-1 NSC).
JV score: Bremen 191, Culver NA

OD tops Redskins
Blake Hurford carded 40 to lead Oregon-Davis, and the Bobcats beat Starke County rival Knox 174-207 in a dual meet at Hamlet Golf Course Wednesday night.
Chris Hamand shot 42, and Jack Minter shot 44 behind Hurford, while Sam Seese carded a 48 to finish off Knox.
Hunter Gilbert and Jacob Albon shot dual 48s to lead the Redskins, while River Brooks came in in 54, and Curtis Sherer shot 57.
• OREGON DAVIS 174, KNOX 207
At Hamlet Golf Course (Par 35)
OD (174): Blake Hurford 40, Jack Minter 44, Sam Seese 48, Chris Hamand 42, Frank Turner 51.
KNOX (207): Hunter Gilbert 48, Curtis Scherer 57, Jacob Albon 48, River Brooks 54, Dante Freet 58.

Girls track
Lady Lions win NSC 3-way
Bremen’s girls track team beat out both Triton and Jimtown in a three-way Northern State Conference meet in Bourbon Wednesday.
Complete meet results were not available.
• BREMEN 67, TRITON 37, JIMTOWN 33
At Bourbon
Complete results unavailable.

Boys track
Bremen edges Jimtown
Bremen’s boys track team edged Jimtown 62-58, while the host Trojans struggled, putting up just six points in a Northern State Conference three-way meet at Triton Wednesday night.
Complete results weren’t available for the meet.
• BREMEN 62, JIMTOWN 58, TRITON 6
At Bourbon
Complete results unavailable.

Jr. high boys track
Lincoln 8th moves to 2-0; 7th earns 1st win
The Lincoln Junior High boys track teams both came away with wins against Rochester in a dual meet at home Tuesday night.
The eighth grade boys beat Rochester by a lopsided 75-16 margin as Colton Schuler went 4-for-4 in wins with individual victories in the high jump, long jump and 100, and another win in the 400 relay with David Bacon, Caleb Koss and Tristan McMillen.
Koss won the discus, Ben Newsome won the shot put, Seth Grimmet won the 110 hurdles, McMillen won the 200, David Bacon won the 800, Ryan Carmichael won the 400, and Carmichael, Bacon, Jake Young and Chris Noodwang combined to win the 1600 relay.
The eighth grade moved to 2-0 following a 69-31 win over Wawasee at home Monday night.
For the Lincoln seventh grade Tuesday, Zane DeVault was a fourpeat winner with wins in the long jump, 100, 200 and in the 4x100 with Zaine Johnson, Dylan Powell and Shane Pursch.
Graham Chapman won both the discus and shot put competitions, and Pursch, Wyatt Howard, Kevin Sibal and Sam Tanner earned the win in the 1600 relay.
The win was the Lincoln seventh grade’s first of the young season after as disappointing 53-47 loss to Concord that was decided in the final race Monday.

Bremen loses opener
The Bremen Middle School boys track team lost a dual meet with Edgewood recently, 76-24.
Grant Klockow was a dual winner for Bremen in the 100 and 200, and he also finished second in the long jump. Jacob Strehler won the discus in the Lions’ only other first-place finish. Damon Young was second in the 100 hurdles.

Jr. high girls track
Lincoln girls open with losses
The Lincoln Junior High girls track and field teams lost their opener with Wawasee Monday night as the eighth grade fell by a narrow 54-46 score, and the seventh grade lost 63-37.
Rachel Crawford was a double winner in the long jump and the 800 and she placed second in the 1600 for the eighth grade. Allie Dennie won the 400, Anna Bockman won the high jump, and Nicole Horvath won the shot put.
For the seventh grade, Ali Andrews won two firsts in the 400 relay and the shot put, and Ally Dolan placed first with Andrews in the 4x100 and first individually in the long jump.
Leena Tetzloff and Rachel Dodson were first in the 400 relay, and Tetzloff was second in both the 100 and the 800. Brittany Culp was tops in the discus.

Jr. high boys golf
Red Storm open with win
Chilly weather didn’t stop the Lincoln Junior High boys golf team as it opened its season Monday with a 186-259 win on the road in Rochester.
The Red Storm swept the top five spots at the meet to win by a comfortable margin. John Schenk led with a 44, while Micah Calhoun and John Gerard both shot 47, and Hudson Yoder carded a 48. Grant Clady shot 56 for Lincoln.

Jr. high girls golf
Lincoln girls win opener
Lincoln’s girls golf team won its seven-hole opener in Rochester Monday, 211-259.
Katie Johnson shot a 46 to lead Lincoln with the meet-low round, while Abby Kraszyk shot 49, Leah Smith carded a 52, and Zoe Keilman and Sarah Egierski shot 56 and 57, respectively, for the Lady Red Storm.

College softball
Lady Chargers fall on the road
The Ancilla College softball team was swept in a Michigan Community College Athletic Association doubleheader at Muskegon by scores of 9-1 and 10-1.
In a season marred by postponements, the Chargers began a stretch of 10 games in five days with two eight-run rule shortened games. The host Jayhawks won the first game in six innings and the second game in five.
Muskegon doubled Ancilla’s hit total on the day, finishing with 20 hits, and the Chargers left 16 runners on base at the doubleheader — nine in game one and seven in game two.
Cortney Ferrell had three hits on the day, while Courtney Henning and Katherine Grady added two hits each for Ancilla.