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Cavs rally past LaVille for season-opening win
Culver Community rallied from a 1-0 halftime deficit, and the Cavaliers claimed a 2-1 victory over host LaVille in a Northern State Conference soccer game at Newton Park Monday night.
The Lancers held a narrow 1-0 halftime advantage after Tristan Weaverâ€™s goal on a Zack Hostetler assist in the first half, but Nick Pritz nullified the goal on a Hendrick Bill assist in the second frame, and Bill followed up with the game-winner as Culver won the game despite a 15-2 shot advantage by LaVille.
The Cavs moved to 1-1 with the win, while the Lancers slide to 1-2.
â€˘ CULVER 2, LaVILLE 1
At Newton Park
L â€” Tristen Weaver (Zack Hostetler).
C â€” Nick Pritz (Hendrick Bill)
C â€” Bill
Shots: LaVille 15, Culver 2
Records: Culver 1-1, LaVille 1-2.
Lions move to 3-0 at Glenn
Sam Lacher notched a Texas hat trick with four goals, and Bremen shelled John Glenn 6-1 in a Northern State Conference boys soccer match in Walkerton Monday.
Lacher put Bremen on the board in the second minute, and connected with Danny Reynoso on Reynosoâ€™s goal in the 20th minute to stake the visitors to a 2-0 halftime cushion.
Lacher struck again in the gameâ€™s 41st and 44th minutes to complete a hat trick, and he scored his final goal on Danny Reynosoâ€™s second assist in the 64th minute. Reynoso brought the score to its final margin with an unassisted strike in the 77th minute.
James Frey scored Glennâ€™s lone goal as Austin Adams made 13 saves in goal for Bremen as the Lions moved to 3-0. Aaron Parker finished with seven saves for the home team, which opened at 0-1.
â€˘ BREMEN 6, JOHN GLENN 1
B â€” Sam Lacher (Ricardo Reynoso), second minute
D â€” Danny Reynoso (Lacher), 20th minute
B â€” Lacher (TJ Stuckman), 41st minute
B â€” Lacher (Danny Reynoso), 44th minute
JG â€” James Frey, 49th minute
B â€” Lacher (D. Reynoso), 64th minute
B â€” D. Reynoso, 77th minute
Shots: Bremen 13, John Glenn 14
Saves: Bremen (Austin Adams) 13, John Glenn (Aaron Parker) 7
Records: Bremen 3-0, John Glenn 0-1
Schafer lifts Lady Lions past Lancers in 2OT
Jasmine Schafer scored on a Katelyn Aguayo assist in the 93rd minute, and Bremen earned a thrilling 2-1 double overtime win over visiting LaVille at Jane Park in Bremen Monday.
Kailey Gardner score in the 33rd minute to give the Lady Lancers the initial edge, but Emily Bickel scored the equalizer on a Kelsa Anderson assist in the 37th minute. The score remained knotted at 1-1 until Schaferâ€™s game-winner as the two teams each registered 10 shots.
Jess Bollenbacher made nine saves in goal for Bremen, while Kerri Andert and Kyleigh Breden each had three for LaVille.
â€˘ BREMEN 2, LaVILLE 1 (2OT)
L â€” Kailey Gardner, 33rd minute
B â€” Emily Bickel (Kelsa Anderson), 37th minute
B â€” Jasmine Schafer (Katelyn Aguayo), 93 minute
Shots: Bremen 10, LaVille 10
Corners: Bremen 3, LaVille 4
Saves: Bremen 9 (Jess Bollenbacher), LaVille 6 (Kerri Andert 3, Kyleigh Breden 3)
Glenn stays perfect
Junior Kaylee Matz scored a career-low 45 to lead the Lady Falcons, and John Glenn beat Mishawaka by a comfortable 199-264 margin on the Silver Course at Indiana National Monday.
Matzâ€™s score was followed by freshman teammate Anna Schmeltz at 48. Close behind were juniors Presley Gee with a solid 52, and Morgan Eggleston at 54. Senior Emma Reese carded the throw-out score at 56.
Glenn stayed perfect in nine-hole meets at 7-0 with the win.
The Lady Falcons JV also recorded a season-low 244 Monday.
Glenn will travel to Beechwood Wednesday to take on LaPorte and New Prairie.
â€˘Â JOHN GLENN 199, MISHAWAKA 264
At Indiana National (Silver Course Par 36)
GLENN (199): Anna Schmeltz 48, Emma Reese 56, Morgan Eggleston 54, Kaylee Matz 45, Presley Gee 52.
MISHAWAKA (264): Aubri Young 41, Grace Gebo 62, Deborah Janowski 83, Karlee Taylor 79, Alexis Rivers 82.
Records: John Glenn 7-0, Mishawaka 2-4.
JV score: Glenn 244
Lions fall 5-0
Bremenâ€™s boys tennis team suffered a 5-0 setback at the hands of South Bend St. Joseph Monday.
The Lions lost in straight sets on all courts, taking just two games from the Indians â€” one by Tommy Foster at 1 singles and one by Ryker Hand and Noah Miller at 2 doubles.
â€˘Â SOUTH BEND ST. JOSEPH 5, BREMEN 0
SINGLES: 1. Patrick Oâ€™Conner beat Tommy Foster, 6-0, 6-1; 2. Ryan Jamieson beat Bryce DeVine 6-0, 6-0; 3. Michael Wroblewski beat Krent Hueni 6-0, 6-0.
DOUBLES: 1. Leo Romanetz-Michael Minatel beat Austin ingle-Tyler LaFlash 6-0, 6-0; 2. Sam DeTrempe-Ram Fernandez beat Ryker Hand-Noah Miller 6-1, 6-0.
Womensâ€™ college volleyball
Ancilla picks up a win at SSC Tournament
In their opening matches of the season, the Ancilla College volleyball team finished with a 1-5 record at the South Suburban Tournament in South Holland, Ill.
On day one, the Chargers took the host Bulldogs to five sets but fell short by a score of 23-25, 28-30, 25-13, 25-23, 15-11. They followed with a tough loss to NJCAA Division III No. 6 Harper College, losing 25-20, 25-20, 25-10.
The second day started with another ranked opponent, as Ancilla took on NJCAA Division II No. 10 Kishwaukee College. The Chargers dropped three sets by scores of 25-16, 25-19, 25-20, then lost in five to Carl Sandberg College 25-17, 25-22, 20-25, 23-25, 16-14.
After losing their first match of day three to Indian Hills Community College 25-8, 25-18, 25-22, the Chargers picked their first win of the season by defeating Prairie State College 17-25, 25-19, 25-7, 25-19.
For the tournament, Plymouth product Amber Redinger led Ancilla at the net, finishing with a team-high 67 kills and 24 blocks (12 solo and 12 assists), while also finishing as the co-leader in service aces with Courtney Griffith at six. Griffith and Suzanne Grimm completed the tournament with 83 and 82 assists respectively. Grimm also contributed 60 digs. On defense, the Chargers were led by Mackenzie Whiteâ€™s 182 receive attempts and 97 digs. John Glenn grad Jessica Moore picked up 78 digs, as well. Mariah Kinney added 41 kills and 14 blocks (nine solo and five assists) and Mieka Wagner nailed down 35 kills.
The Chargers (1-5) return to the LifePlex for their home opener today at 6:30 p.m. against Morton College (Ill.).