FORT WAYNE – In a battle of the top two teams in the Class A boys soccer poll, No. 1 Guerin Catholic beat No. 2 Bishop Luers 1-0 on Saturday at the Fort Wayne Sport Club.
The Golden Eagles (12-0-2) got a goal from Tommy Hinkebein late in the second half to hand the Knights (10-1-1) their first loss of the season. Guerin Catholic’s Jay Kaskie had four saves to help preserve the shutout.
WEST NOBLE INVITATIONAL: Homestead won the girls team title with 80 points, while Columbia City’s Samantha Roush was the individual winner in 19:07.52. Leo’s Lauren Hamilton was second in 19:15.55.
Central Noble’s Ryan Smith won the boys race in 15:47.78, while Goshen was the top team.
NEW PRAIRIE INVITATIONAL: The Concordia boys finished second in the Class 2A division with 92 points.
The Cavaliers went 1-2 in the race with Zach Panning (15:27) beating out teammate Jacob Reinking (15:58.4). Warsaw’s Jacob Poyner (15:35.7) won the 3A division race, with the Tigers finishing second with 104 points.
For the girls, Concordia was second in 2A with 125 points, with Marina Konow (18:48.1) getting second for the Cadets. In 3A, Warsaw’s Ashley Erba (17:14.1) was second.
CANTERBURY INVITATIONAL: Canterbury went 3-0 to win its own tournament. The Cavaliers beat Penn and Culver 4-1 and Angola 5-0 to improve their record to 13-0.
HOMESTEAD INVITATIONAL: Bloomington South won the team title with 33 points, with Floyd Central (26) coming in second. Homestead (20) was fourth, Bishop Dwenger (16) fifth and Concordia (0) seventh.
CANTERBURY INVITATIONAL: Blackhawk Christian won the tournament with wins over Southern Wells, Bluffton and Canterbury. The Braves beat the Raiders 25-23, 25-7, the Tigers 25-22, 25-15 and the Cavs 25-15, 25-18.
LEO INVITATIONAL: DeKalb won the team title. The Lions were second, Angola third and West Noble fourth.