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April 24, 2014

Girls tennis
Triton tops LaVille
Triton’s girls tennis team trumped LaVille in a Northern State Conference meet Wednesday night in Bourbon, 4-1.
The Trojans surrendered just four games on the singles courts, where they swept LaVille. Carrie Slabaugh and Holly Stogsdill won at 1 doubles for the Trojans.
LaVille’s lone win came at 2 doubles in three sets, where Kelci Watts and Katie Simmons battled back for a 3-6, 6-4, 6-3 win over Michal Scherer-Berry and Cassie Irons.
Triton moves to 5-1 overall with a 2-0 conference start with the win.
• TRITON 4, LaVILLE 1
At Bourbon
SINGLES: 1. Kaelyn Mason (T) beat Kaitlyn Haisley (LV) 6-0, 6-0; 2. Shayla May (T) beat Tabitha Lymburner (LV) 6-0, 6-2; 3. Kylie Mason (T) beat Karli Watts (LV) 6-2, 6-0.
DOUBLES: 1. Carrie Slabaugh/Holly Stogsdill (T) beat Bailey Frick/Kayla Hoober (LV) 6-0, 6-4; 2. Kelci Watts/Katie Simmons (LV) beat Michal Scherer-Berry/Cassie Irons (T) 3-6,6-4,6-3
Records: Triton 5-1 (2-0 NSC)
JV score: Triton 3 LaVille 0

Bremen sweeps Knox
Bremen’s girls tennis team cruised to 6-1 on the year with a 5-0 victory over Knox on their home turf at DeSantis Courts Wednesday.
The closest match of the evening came at 1 doubles as Haley Moren and Cassie Sears combined for a 6-3, 6-4 win over Jenna Landrum and Kylie Bridegroom.
• BREMEN 5, KNOX 0
at DeSantis Courts in Bremen
Singles: 1. Morgan Smith (B) beat Kelsey Thomas (K) 6-0, 6-1; 2. Alexa Harshbarger (B) beat Brittany Fletcher (K) 6-4, 6-1; 3. Bay Cope (B) beat Brooke Eby (K) 6-0, 6-1.
Doubles: 1. Haley Moren/Cassie Sears (B) beat Jenna Landrum/Kylie Bridegroom (K) 6-3, 6-4; 2. Shaelyn Atkins/Andrea Strehler (B) beat Sam Brewer/Kourtney Wagner (K) 6-1, 6-0.
Records: Bremen: 6-1
JV Score: Bremen7, Knox 0

Softball
Triton fends
off Glenn’s late push
John Glenn was never able to get over the hump and get over its troubles against Triton on Wednesday, as the Falcons fell 5-3 after falling behind by three runs in the fifth inning.
John Glenn scored on an error and a groundout by McElwee in the fifth inning and an RBI single by Ennis in the seventh inning. Despite its efforts, John Glenn couldn’t finish the comeback.
Hannah Jennings had a busy day at the plate, collecting three extra-base hits. She singled in the third inning and doubled in the first, fifth, and seventh innings.
Mallorie Jennings got the win for Triton thanks to 10 strikeouts. Jennings allowed one earned run, five hits and one walk over seven innings.
Adams was the game’s losing pitcher. She lasted just seven innings, walked none, struck out six, and allowed five runs.
The lead stayed with Triton after the second, when it scored one run on a groundout by Halie Zimmerman.
Triton brought home one run in the fourth inning, and matched that run total in the fifth. In the fourth, Triton scored on a passed ball, bringing home Janae Kreft.
Triton tacked on another two runs in the seventh. A double by Lexee Lemleri gnited the offense, plating Zoee Stephan. That was followed up by Hannah Jennings’ double, scoring Lemler.
• TRITON 5, JOHN GLENN 3
At Walkerton
Triton: 010 110 2 — 5 10 4
Glenn: 000 020 1 — 3 5 3
Complete results unavailable.

Slough hits game-winner for LaVille
Autumn Slough hit the game-winning RBI sac fly with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning for LaVille, and the Lady Lancers held off Knoxx 12-11 in a high-scoring game in Lakeville Wednesday night.
Hannah Herbster got the win on the mound and had a busy day at the plate with a triple and two doubles.
Bridget Craft and Autumn Slough also doubled for LaVille, which recorded 10 hits to Knox’s 11.
Mikayla Shidler, Kindrick Joseph and Maryssa Guzman all doubled for Knox. Morgan Krueger took the hard-luck loss in the circle for the Redskins.
• LaVILLE 12, KNOX 11
At Lakeville
Knox 033 202 1 - 11 10 0
LaVille 301 006 2 - 12 12 5
WP - Hannah Herbster. LP - Morgan Krueger.
2B - Mikayla Shidler (K), Kindrick Joseph (K), Maryssa Guzman (K), Autumn Slough (L), Bridget Craft (L), Herbster 2.
3B - Herbster.

Lady Pilgrims lose to Concord
Plymouth softball played its second conference game in as many days as they took on Concord Wednesday evening, falling by a 16-1 margin.
Concord came out of the gate fast, scoring five runs in the first inning. They tacked on another in the second but then Plymouth picked up the defense and the game remained 6-0 through the sixth inning.
In the final inning, Concord blew open the lead, scoring nine runs. In the seventh, Emily Hopple scored for Plymouth on an RBI double from Samantha Wojcik, but that proved to be the only run for the Pilgrims on the day.
Plymouth hosts Rochester today then travels to Warsaw for another NLC match-up on Friday.
• CONCORD 16, PLYMOUTH 1
At Plymouth
WP - K. Austin; LP - Hayley Brown
Concord - 510 001 9 - 16 15 3
Plymouth - 000 000 1 - 1 5 7
2B - Samantha Wojcik (P)
3B - Jillian Smith (P) M. Loge (C), J. Miller (C)

Bremen bats come alive
The Bremen bats came alive Wednesday in a 12-0 win at Northern State Conference foe Culver Community.
The Lady Lions racked up 13 hits just a night after being held to four hits by Class 3A No. 8 Fairfield.
Jess Gall batted in four runs with a double. Brooke Fitch, Rachael Czarnecki and Shannon Arndt also doubled for Bremen, while Sabrina Gilley tripled.
Chelsea Huppert and Arndt combined for the one-hitter with seven and six strikeouts respectively, each lasting three innings.
• BREMEN 12, CULVER 0
AT Culver
Bremen: 160 203 — 12 13 0
Culver: 000 000 — 0 1 5
WP: Chelsea Huppert; LP: M Brady
2B: Brooke Fitch (B), Rachael Czarnecki (B), Jess Gall (B), Shannon Arndt (B)
3B: Sabrina Gilley

For more results, read Thursday's edition of the Pilot News.

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