Lady Lions dominate home invitational
Bremen’s girls soccer team went 16-0 in two games to win its home invitational at Jane’s Park Saturday.
Katelyn Aguayo earned a hat trick with three goals as the Lady Lions beat Washington Township 7-0, and she registered an old school hat trick with three straight scores in a 9-0 win over Trinity.
Jasmine Schafer scored three goals over the two games, while Claire Schmidt tallied two straight in the win over Trinity.
Regan Murphy made seven saves in goal in the two shutouts as Bremen outshot its opponents by a combined 51-9 margin.
• BREMEN INVITATIONAL
At Jane’s Park
BREMEN 7, WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP 0
B — Jasmine Schafer (Alexis Jennings), 5th minute
B — Katelyn Aguayo (Morgan Anderson), 7th minute
B — Schafer (Kristine Gingerich), 7th minute
B — Aguayo (unassisted), 9th minute
B — Aguayo (Lexi Pate), 12th minute
B — Maci Moren (Claire Schmidt), 72nd minute
B — Marisa Browning (Moren, Kelsa Anderson), 80th minute
Shots: Bremen 25, Washington Twp 5
Saves: Bremen (Regan Murphy) 2, Wash Twp 25
Corners: Bremen 2, Wash Twp 1
BREMEN 9, TRINITY 0
B — Jasmine Schafer (PK), 12th minute
B — Katelyn Aguayo (Marisa Browning, Kristing Gingerich), 19th minute
B — Aguayo (Lexi Pate), 27th minute
B — Aguayo (unassisted), 27th minute
B — Claire Schmidt (unassisted), 44th minute
B — Schmidt (Kristine Gingerich), 45th minute
B — Alexis Jennings (Jess Bollenbacher), 46th minute
B — Amanda Napier (unassisted), 66th minute
B — Shianne Mammon (Kelsa Anderson), 74th minute
Shots: Bremen 26, Trinity 4
Saves: Bremen (Regan Murphy) 5, Trinity (Jenna Olsen) 11
Corners: Bremen 9, Trinity 2
Warsaw downs Lady Dragons
Warsaw took advantage of its athleticism and some early mistakes by Argos, scoring three times in the first half en route to a 3-0 shutout of Argos on Saturday.
Brooklyn Jackson knocked in a cross from Elizabeth Van Wormer and assisted on a corner from Danielle Hutcherson. Hutcherson grabbed an Argos turnover and scored a solo shot.
As frustrating as the loss was for the Lady Dragons, head coach Jon Alcorn believes his team probably had the best passing and ball movement in the middle third they’ve had all year.
• WARSAW 3, ARGOS 0
W — Brooklyn Jackson (Elizabeth VanWormer) 8th minute
W — Danielle Hutcherson (unassisted) 20th minute
W — Hutcherson (Jackson) 25th minute
Shots on Goal: Warsaw 9, Argos 5
Saves: Warsaw 9 (Abigail Schue), Argos 6 (Jenni Fishburn)
Corners: Warsaw 3, Argos 4
Shaffer, Cavs top CGA
Kayla Shaffer scored in the 60th and 78th minutes, and Culver Community broke a 0-0 tie en route to a 3-1 win over crosstown rival Culver Girls Academy at home Saturday.
Courtney Littleton broke a 0-0 stalemate with a goal in the 52nd minute to put the Lady Cavs up by a goal, but Anna Tompos erased the Lady Eagles’ deficit in the 55th minute before Shaffer’s late heroics.
The Cavs move to a 4-2 start with the win.
• CULVER COMMUNITY 3,
CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 1
At Culver Community
CC — Courtney Littleton, 52th minute
CGA — Anna Tompos 55th minute
CC — Kayla Shaffer, 60th minute
CC — Kayla Shaffer, 78th minute
Results: Culver Community 4-2
Lions win home invite
Bremen’s boys soccer team earned the championship at its home invitational with a pair of shutouts over Taylor and Trinity.
Ricardo Reynoso scored four goals in the first game, while Danny Reynoso notched three of Bremen’s goals in the championship and another with two assists in the opening win over Taylor.
Austin Adams recorded 12 saves at goalkeeper en route to the two shutouts.
Ricardo Reynoso was named the Nicholas Vogeler Tournament MVP, and T.J. Stuckman won the Dustin Hartsough Mental Attitude Award.
• BREMEN INVITATIONAL
At Jane’s Park
BREMEN 11, TAYLOR 0
B — Sam Lacher (Roberto Gonzalez) 2nd minute
B — Ricardo Reynoso (Danny Reynoso) 4th minute
B — Gonzalez 5th minute
B — R. Reynoso 9th minute
B — Gonzalez (Sky Allen) 10th minute
B — D. Reynoso (Josh Dani) 35th minute
B — R. Reynoso (Spencer Hille) 45th minute
B — R. Reynoso (Gonzalez) 48th minute
B — Gonzalez (D. Reynoso) 53rd minute
B — Lacher (Gonzalez) 59th minute
B — Clayton Philips 65th minute
Saves (goalkeeper): Taylor 9 (Hunter Stephens), Bremen 6 (Austin Adams 4, Jesus Garcia 2).
BREMEN 5, TRINITY 0
B — Danny Reynoso (Ricardo Reynoso) 8th minute
B — D. Reynoso 42nd minute
B — D. Reynoso 48th minute
B — Roberto Gonzalez (Sam Lacher) 63rd minute
B — Clayton Philips (R. Reynoso) 75th minute
Saves (goalkeeper): Trinity 7 (Cameron Campbell), Bremen 8 (Austin Adams).
Plymouth earns 5-3 win
Plymouth scored three goals within the first 25 minutes, and after letting visiting LaPorte back in the game at 3-all, Blake Milliser scored his second goal, and Cesar Aguilar notched an insurance score as the Rockies earned their first victory in seven games, 5-3 at home at Kindt Field Saturday.
Plymouth outshout LaPorte 17-10 in the win, and Zach Lee finished with seven saves in goal for the Rockies.
The home team struck first on a LaPorte own goal in the ninth minute, and Milliser followed up with his first goal on an Antonio Calderone assist in the 14th minute. Tim Fonseca found the back of the net on an unassisted goal in the 25th minute to push Plymouth out to a 3-0 advantage, but LaPorte answered back with a pair of Jon Aaron goals sandwiched around a Casey Cornett score to tie the game up at 3-3 in the 63rd minute.
Milliser scored the go-ahead on an Aguilar assist in the 68th minute, and Aguilar notched a score of his own with the clock winding down in the 77th minute as Plymouth moved to 3-5-1 on the season.
• PLYMOUTH 5, LaPORTE 3
P — Own goal, 9th minute
P — Blake Milliser (Antonio Calderone) 14th minute
P — Tim Fonseca, 25th minute
L — Jon Aaron, 33rd minute
L — Casey Cornett, 38th minute
L — Jon Aaron, 63rd minute
P — Blake Milliser (Cesar Aguilar), 68th minute
P — Cesar Aguilar, 77th minute
Shots: Plymouth 17, LaPorte 10 Saves (goalkeeper): LaPorte 5 (Carter Huber), Plymouth 7 (Zach Lee).
Records: Plymouth 3-5-1, LaPorte 2-4-0
JV score: LaPorte 4, Plymouth 3.
Bishop Noll shuts out CMA
Gabriel Anguiano scored two unassisted goals in the first half for Hammond Bishop Noll, and the visitors held on for a 2-0 shutout win over host Culver Military at the Culver Academies Saturday.
Perley Provost recorded five saves in goal, and Tae Ahn had one for the Eagles, who recorded seven shots on goal but couldn’t find the back of the net as Jonathan Lozano notched seven saves in the shutout.
• BISHOP NOLL 2, CULVER MILITARY 0
BN: Gabriel Anguiano (unassisted)
BN: Anguiano (unassisted)
Shots on goal: BN 8, CMA 7.
Saves: BN 7 (Jonathan Lozano); CMA 6 (Perley Provost 5, Tae Ahn 1).
Corners: BN 1, CMA 5.
JV score: CMA 3, Bishop Noll 1.
Bremen, CGA compete at Rochester 3-way
Rochester went 2-0 at a home three-way volleyball meet Saturday with a 25-22, 18-25, 25-20, 25-20 victory over Bremen and a 22-25, 29-27, 25-18, 25-19 win over Culver Girls Academy. Bremen won its match with CGA in three games, meanwhile, 25-22, 25-17, 25-15.
Cassie Sears recorded 36 kills in the two matches for Bremen, while Chelsea Huppert racked up 21 kills and eight blocks. Brooke Fitch passed out 45 digs, and Sabrina Gilley recorded 60 set assists for the Lady Lions in the split.
CGA’s attack was led by Katy Bjornson’s 23 kills and Torrie Christlieb’s 20.
Rachel Simon recorded 49 assists, Bjornson registered 24 digs, and Sarah Boland finished with 21 digs.
• ROCHESTER THREE-WAY
ROCHESTER 3, BREMEN 1 (25-22, 18-25, 25-20, 25-20)
Kills: Cassie Sears 19, Chelsea Huppert 10
Assists: Sabrina Gilley 30
Digs: Brooke Fitch 19, Rachael Czarnecki 8
Blocks: Huppert 4
BREMEN 3, CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY 0 (25-22, 25-17, 25-15)
Kills: Cassie Sears 17, Chelsea Huppert 11
Assists: Sabrina Gilley 30
Digs: Brooke Fitch 26
Blocks: Huppert 4
Kills: Katy Bjornson 11, Torrie Christlieb 11
Assists: Rachel Simon 23
Digs: Bjornson 10, Sarah Boland 7, Olivia Sever 7
ROCHESTER 3, CGA 1 (22-25, 29-27, 25-18, 25-19)
Kills: Katy Bjornson 12, Torrie Christlieb 9
Assists: Rachel Simon 26
Digs: Bjornson 14, Sarah Boland 14, Rachel Simon 14
CGA wins home invite
Culver Girls Academy won its home invitational at Swan Lake Saturday, shooting a 348 team score to beat out second-place NorthWood by 20 strokes. North Judson rounded out the field with a 516 team score.
CGA was led by LaVille transfer Lauren Read’s 82, while Tavia Maurovic followed a stroke behind at 83. Mackenzie Toth shot 87, and Hannah Brumback carded 96. Makenna Morsches shot 106 in the fifth score for the Lady Eagles.
NorthWood was paced by Heidi Morganthaler’s low-medalist round of 80. Linnzie Richner shot 87, Summer Stillson shot 97, and Kayla Stankovich carded a 1-4. Rachel Beebe shot the team’s toss-out score of 110.
Ellie Eccles led Judson with her score of 96. Hannah Allender followed at 128, Morgan Schumacher shot 136, and Sydney Allen carded 156 for the Lady Jays.
• CULVER GIRLS ACADEMY INVITATIONAL
At Swan Lake (Par 72)
TEAM SCORES: Culver Girls Academy 348, NorthWood 368, Wawasee 389, Fairfield 422, Pioneer 424, Northridge 474, Tippecanoe Valley 478, North Judson 516.
MEDALIST: Heidi Morganthaler (NW) 80.
CGA (348): Tavia Maurovic 83, Lauren Read 82, Mackenzie Toth 87, Hannah Brumback 96, Makenna Morsches 106.
NorthWood (368): Heidi Morganthaler 80, Linnzie Richner 87, Summer Stillson 97, Kayla Stankovich 104, Rachel Beebe 110.
Wawasee (389): Mikala Mawhurter 93, Elizabeth Jackson 90, Aubrey Schmeltz 100, Kylee Rostochak 104, Courtney McDaniel 120.
Fairfield (422): Alayna Fritchley 103, Regina Raber 100, Caroline Kauffman 116, Brooke Hochstedler 103, Chelsie Niebert 116.
Pioneer (424): Mati DeWitt 109, Mikayla Greiner 111, Nicole Schroeder 112, April Wheedling 92, Emily Powell 111.
Northridge (474): Kelly Soard 122, Emily Thomas 106, Lucey Wisolek 115, Katy Pluimer 131, Libby Reed 139.
Tippecanoe Valley (478): Alyssa Van Meter 119, Victoria Biddle 118, Liz Van Meter 121, Kara Eaton 120.
North Judson (516): Ellie Eccles 96, Hannah Allender 128, Morgan Schumacher 136, Sydney Allen 156.
Individuals: Olivia Hirschy (CGA) 101, Lauren Bailey (LaCrosse) 95, Olivia Tolmen (South Central) 145.
Glenn girls place 11th at Broncho Invite
Lafayette Jefferson hosted and won the first Lady Broncho Invitational with a team score of 319 Saturday at Battleground Golf Course. Lindsey Burklow led Lafayette Jeff with a low-medalist score of 74.
John Glenn placed a respectable 11th out of the 17 teams with a 401 team score. Freshmen Anna Schmeltz scored an individual career low of 84, placing her tied for sixth out of the 93 participants in the field. Other scores for Glenn were Morgan Eggleston at 102; Emma Reese at 107; Kaylee Matz at 108; Presley Gee at 113; and Medeleine Silvey at 116.
John Glenn will host a top 20-ranked opponent in Rochester on Wednesday at Indiana National at 4:30 p.m.
• LADY BRONCHO INVITATIONAL
At Battleground Golf Course
Complete results unavailable.
Lions win tennis invite
Bremen’s boys tennis team won its home invitational with victories over North Judson, Rochester and South Bend Washington Saturday at DeSantis Courts.
Krent Hueni went 3-0 at 3 singles, while Bryce DeVine and Tommy Foster were both 2-1 at 2 and 1 singles, respectively.
Ryker Hand and Chandler Snyder defeated North Judson’s Zach Bailey and Koden Shepard in a 10-4 super tiebreaker following a 12-game win in the second set to put the Lions over the top against Judson, 3-2.
• BREMEN INVITATIONAL
At DeSantis Courts
BREMEN 3, NORTH JUDSON 2
SINGLES: 1. Denis Stepanov (NJ) beat Tommy Foster, 6-0, 6-0; 2. Bryce DeVine (B) beat Reece Medbourne, 6-0, 7-5; 3. Krent Hueni (B) beat Jordan Collins, 6-1, 6-0.
DOUBLES: 1. Bane Strayrook-Josh Mullens (NJ) beat Austin Ingle-Tyler LaFlash, 3-6, 7-5, 10-5, 2. Ryker Hand-Chandler Snyder (B) beat Zach Bailey-Koden Shepard, 2-6, 7-6, 10-4.
BREMEN 4, ROCHESTER 1
SINGLES: 1. Tommy Foster (B) beat Brandt Eytcheson, 6-4, 6-1; 2. Justin Schroder (R) beat Bryce Devine, 2-6, 6-3, 11-9; 3. Krent Hueni (B) beat Markis Smiley, 6-0, 7-6.
DOUBLES: 1. Tyler LaFlash-Austin Ingle (B) beat Andy Feldman-Levi Brown, 6-0, 6-0; 2. Ryker Hand-Chandler Snyder (B) beat Wes Gohn-Jackson Sawyer, 6-3, 6-2.
BREMEN 5, WASHINGTON 0
SINGLES: 1. Tommy Foster (B) beat Austin Cossel, 6-1, 6-0; 2. Bryce Devine (B) beat Tanner Cornelis, 6-1, 6-2; 3. Krent Hueni (B) beat Frank Smith, 6-3, 6-0.
DOUBLES: 1. Tyler LaFlash-Austin Ingle (B) beat Larry Coleman-Chris Moreno, 6-0, 6-2; 2. Noah Miller-Chandler Snyder (B) beat Jon Smith-Donte Rosetto, 6-0, 6-0.
Records: Bremen 5-5.
Triton falls at Bethany
Triton fell in a 4-1 tennis meet with Bethany Christian on the road in Goshen Saturday.
Dean Howdeshell was the lone winner for the Trojans at 1 singles, as he put away Abraham Thorne in straight 6-1 sets.
• BETHANY CHRISTIAN 4, TRITON 1
SINGLES: 1. Dean Howdeshell (T) beat Abraham Thorne, 6-1, 6-1; 2. Jesse Amstutz (BC) beat Jared Fisher, 6-4, 6-2; 3. Sol Breneman (BC) beat Gavin Eads, 6-2, 6-2.
DOUBLES: 1. Joel Berig-Hans Miller (BC) beat Lucas Shafer-Darrin Harrell, 7-6 (5), 7-5; 2. Parth Patel-Landon Weldy (BC) beat Austin Sellers-Alex Eib, 6-2, 6-3.
Records: Triton 5-4, Bethany Christian 7-1.
JV score: Bethany Christian 6, Triton 0.
CGA, Hibbard win Cranbrook Invite
Culver Girls Academy recorded its fastest ever team time by over two minutes en route to the championship at the six-team Cranbrook/ Kingswood Invitational in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan on Friday.
Culver Military finished second in the boys meet, meanwhile.
Hannah Buggeln, Sydney Wolff and Olivia Martinez finished in order in the five through seven spots, while Annie Shea was ninth, and Kennedy Thompson placed 14th for the Lady Eagles, who finished with a dominant 36-point score. Erin Thomas placed 35th.
Wes Hibbard won the boys meet, setting the pace for the 86-runner field with a time of 17:27 running as an independent unaffiliated with the Eagles, while Landrum Neer and Justin Matei were fourth and fifth for CMA. Michael Jonston was 20th, Brennan Hussey was 22nd, and Daniel Paulin placed 19th for the Eagles, who finished with 69 points.
JV Rockies go 3-0
The Plymouth JV football team earned a convincing 20-0 victory against their arch rivals, the Warsaw Tigers in a tough game on Saturday.
A total team effort on the offensive side allowed the Rockies to compile 264 yards of total offense and control the tempo of the game. Defensively the Rockies allowed just 68 yards to the visitors the entire game.
The victory moves the Plymouth JV squad to 3-0 on the season.