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  • Football

Redskins boys surge by Braves in soccer

– North Side scored three unanswered goals in the second half to defeat Blackhawk Christian 3-2 in a boys soccer match Saturday.

The Redskins got goals at home from Ohro Zlatanovic, Bway Doh Kyi and Ali Souleimane.

For Blackhawk, James Freeborn and Brooks Smith found the net.

COLUMBIA CITY 2, NORWELL 0: In Ossian, Jordan Gregory and Eric Romanowski scored.

GOSHEN 5, WEST NOBLE 4: In Ligonier, the Chargers were outscored 4-2 in the second half. Uriel Macias had two goals for West Noble. Gabriel Macias had one, as did Ivan Ramirez.

Cross country

CULVER INVITATIONAL: In Culver, Concordia’s Zach Panning won the boys elite division in 15 minutes, 26 seconds. In the girls’ open division, Warsaw’s Allison Miller was the winner in 19:22.


LEO 2, HOMESTEAD 1 (SO): The Lions got a goal in regulation from Nick Janiszewski and 23 saves from Chase Byerly before winning in a shootout at the Lutheran Health SportsCenter.

CARROLL 5, SUMMIT CITY 2: Christian Sandberg, Tommy Irick, Drew Cybulski, Alex McBane and Logan Gottschalk scored for Carroll.

Girls soccer

HUNTINGTON NORTH 4, MUNCIE CENTRAL 1: In Muncie, Bailey Martin scored twice in the second half for the Vikings. Corinne Tester and Aly Grabner also had goals.


WARSAW INVITATIONAL: The Tigers won with a 25-21, 26-16 victory over Southwood in the championship match. Earlier, Warsaw defeated Prairie Heights 25-9, 25-15; Lafayette Jefferson 25-20, 25-14; and Muncie Burris 25-17, 25-20. Katie Voelz was the pool’s MVP.