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Warsaw goalie Michael Yantz, with ball, makes a save in the middle of a scrum against Canterbury during the first half Tuesday. To see a photo gallery from the game, go to

Warsaw boys beat Canterbury

So much for the home-field advantage whenever Warsaw and Canterbury meet on the soccer pitch.

T.J. Hofer scored a goal two minutes into the match and the Tigers (12-1-1) held on for a 1-0 victory at Canterbury on Tuesday.

“We’ve played Canterbury for five years,” Warsaw coach Scott Bauer said. “We’ve won three at their place, and they’ve won two at our place.”

And how does he explain the statistic?

“I think my kids get excited going up to Canterbury and playing at their field – by the nature of their program. And Canterbury comes down to our place, and I think there’s a little extra motivation to take a match away from your opponent at their home.”

Mike Yantz had the shutout in goal for the Tigers.


WOODLAN 3, HERITAGE 0: Tori Bontrager had 17 kills as host Woodlan beat Heritage in straight sets, 25-14, 25-20, 25-11.

Boys soccer

BISHOP LUERS 3, NORTHROP 1: Visiting Luers (11-1-1) scored three last-half goals.

Girls soccer

DEKALB 5, GARRETT 0: Five different players scored goals as DeKalb peppered Garrett with 21 shots in the Barons’ home win.

CANTERBURY 4, BLACKHAWK CHRISTIAN 3: Lexie Kolar and Rachel Hoagberg had two goals each for visiting Canterbury.

Girls cross country

BELLMONT 21, BISHOP LUERS 35, BLACKHAWK CHRISTIAN 72: Bailey Beery of Bellmont led all runners with a 20:45 at Blackhawk.

Boys cross country

BLACKHAWK CHRISTIAN 28, BELLMONT 35, BISHOP LUERS 71: Brandon Lengacher of host Blackhawk won the individual title with a time of 17:56.

Girls tennis

CARROLL 5, DEKALB 0: Host Carroll (14-2, 6-0 NHC) didn’t lose a set in blanking DeKalb.