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The Journal Gazette

Thursday, September 06, 2018 10:40 pm


Warsaw girls golf tops Manchester


Madelyn Ray and Julia Hildebrand both shot personal bests to lead the Warsaw girls golf team to a 169-191 victory over Manchester on Thursday at Stonehenge Golf Club in Winona Lake.

Ray posted a 39, the best score of the match, and Hildrebrand added a 41 for the Tigers, who head into the Northern Lakes Conference Tournament with an 11-4 record.

Izzy Ray added a 44, Miriam Hagg a 45 and Grayson Kilburn a 47.

DEKALB 175, CARROLL 204: At Bridgewater, Sarah Williams shot a 38 to pace the Barons, who got a 40 from Ali Stuckey.

CONCORDIA 185, WAYNE 204: At Brookwood, Elle Fritcha’s 46 led the Cadets. Wayne’s Molly Brehm had a medalist 41.

WAWASEE 187, FREMONT 200: At Maxwelton, Belle Brunner carded a medalist 43 to lead the Warriors.

Boys soccer

LAKELAND CHRISTIAN 1, LAKEWOOD PARK 1: At Auburn, Trenton Parker scored for Lakeland Christian and Trey VanDyken tied it on a penalty kick in the 40th minute.

Girls soccer

BISHOP DWENGER 5, CANTERBURY 1: At Canterbury, Ellen Hartzog’s two goals led the Saints to victory. Mackenzie Wilhelm had the Cavaliers’ lone goal.

SNIDER 4, LEO 3: The Panthers got two goals in each half with Lexi King, Jazlynn Davis, Josie Butler and Audrey Smith finding the back of the net.

CARROLL 3, DEKALB 1: At Carroll, Kelsi Hoot had the game’s first goal and assisted on a Sydney Schmitz goal for the Chargers.


HOMESTEAD 5, PERU 0: The third-ranked Spartans lost only four games and the closest match came at No. 3 singles, where Andrew Meier defeated Brad Ryan 6-1, 6-1.

HUNTINGTON NORTH 5, NEW HAVEN 0: The Vikings’ No. 1 doubles team of Isaac Eckert and Clark Kitchen was victorious, 6-3, 6-2, over Justin Cummings and August DiFerico.

CARROLL 4, ADAMS CENTRAL 1: Tyler Gibson and Josh Jackson won at No. 1 doubles, defeating Nathan Maldeny and Lucas Van De Weg 6-4, 6-1.


WEST NOBLE 3, GARRETT 0: Tori Miller had six aces and seven digs for the Chargers, who won 25-21, 25-18, 25-10. Maddie Schermerhorn had 12 kills.