Culver sports briefs: Havron’s save vs. Winamac helps Cavs win Hoosier North title
Logansport blanks Lady Cavs
BY VAL TSOUTSOURIS
Sports Editor, RTC
Culver 2, Oregon-Davis 1 (Wednesday): Damien Byers and Wyatt Ringer scored in the second half to lead Culver past Oregon-Davis Wednesday.
Byers assisted on Ringer’s goal, which came with less than four minutes left and broke a 1-1 tie.
The game was tied 0-0 at halftime.
After not winning a game last year, Culver has seven wins this year.
Culver 1, Winamac 0 (PKs, Sept. 28): After 80 scoreless minutes of regulation and two scoreless seven-minute overtime periods, Culver beat Winamac Sept. 28 to clinch a perfect 3-0 conference record and the conference title.
Culver made four of five penalty kicks; Winamac made three of five.
Josh Havron made the game-winning save in goal for the Cavaliers.
Culver 3, New Prairie 1 (Sept. 24): Wyatt Ringer, Ethan Keller and Ashton Macedonio each had a goal for Culver in a home win over New Prairie Sept. 24.
Keller’s goal came on a penalty kick in the 60th minute and gave Culver a 2-0 lead.
After Jonathon Bello’s goal in the 62nd minutes cut the lead to 2-1, Macedonio restored the two-goal lead less than two minutes later.
Culver led 1-0 at halftime.
Culver 5, LaVille 3 (Sept. 22): Culver scored all five of their goals in the first half and cruised to a Hoosier North road win Sept. 22.
Joey Pizur scored twice in less than two minutes, and Trayden Schrimscher had a goal and an assist. Ashton Macedonio and Damien Byers also had goals.
Shane Stevens had two assists, and Ethan Keller and Wyatt Ringer had one assist each.
Connor Deason had all three LaVille goals.
Culver led 5-2 at halftime.
Culver 2, Lakeland Christian 2 (Sept. 15): Damien Byers scored the equalizer in the 63rd minute for Culver as they earned a tie with Lakeland Christian Sept. 15.
Joey Pizur also scored off a Wyatt Ringer assist for Culver.
Landon Bremer and Andrew Bosch scored for Lakeland Christian.
The game was tied 1-1 at halftime.
Trinity Greenlawn 5, Culver 0 (Sept. 12): The host Cavaliers suffered a shutout loss to Trinity Greenlawn Sept. 12.
Henry Lee, George Shaffer, Josh Rose, Caleb De Lorenzo and David Cremers each had a goal for Trinity Greenlawn, who led 3-0 at halftime.
Logansport 5, Culver 0 (Thursday): Yami Mateo scored four goals for the host Lady Berries in the win over Culver Thursday.
Joana Valencia also scored.
Logansport led 3-0 at halftime.
Culver 5, Marquette Catholic 3 (Sept. 29): Baleigh Binkley registered a hat trick and also had an assist, and Gisselle Villegas and Kenzie Banks also scored for Culver in a win over Marquette Catholic Sept. 29.
Kaylee Hamilton had three assists. Villegas contributed an assist.
Culver led 2-1 at halftime but trailed 3-2 after 50 minutes. Binkley scored the game-winning goal in the 72nd minute.
LaVille 9, Culver 2 (Sept. 23): Gisselle Villegas and Baleigh Binkley each had a goal for Culver in a loss to conference and sectional rival LaVille Sept. 23.
Kenzie Banks assisted on both goals.
Kassie Watts had four goals, and Kylie Gorka added three goals for LaVille.
LaVille led 6-1 at halftime.
The teams could meet again in the Class 1A, Sectional 35 final at Newton Park Saturday.
Culver 6, New Prairie 1 (Sept. 21): Baleigh Binkley notched a hat trick, and Gisselle Villegas had two goals and two assists for Culver in a win over New Prairie Sept. 21.
Kaylee Hamilton added a goal and two assists for the Lady Cavaliers. Eriahna Vela and Tiara Howard each had an assist.
Culver led 3-0 at halftime.
Culver 5, Westville 2 (Sept. 17): Gisselle Villegas scored all five Culver goals in a win over Westville Sept. 17. Kenzie Banks had three assists, and Kaylee Hamilton had two assists.
Kaylee Bowley scored twice for Westville.
Culver led 2-0 at halftime.
Manchester 5, Culver 0 (Sept. 16): The visiting Lady Cavaliers suffered a shutout loss to Manchester Sept. 16.
Beletu Stout had two goals for Manchester, and Lainey Shock, Kindra Stetzel and Emma Garriorr scored once each. Shock had an assist. Stitzel’s goal came on a penalty kick.
Culver 8, Jimtown 3 (Sept. 14): Gisselle Villegas scored three goals and dished out an assist, and Kaylee Hamilton added two goals and two assists for the Lady Cavaliers in a win over Jimtown Sept. 14.
Olivia Compton, Kenzie Banks and Grace Wood each added a goal for Culver. Wood’s goal came on a penalty kick. Eriahna Vela had an assist.
Culver led 5-1 at halftime.
Culver def. Argos, 25-16, 25-11, 25-12 (Thursday): Culver swept the Lady Dragons in three games Thursday.
Alina Pizur had five aces, and Maegan Pearl added four.
Maddie Shedrow had a team-high seven kills and two blocks.
Grace Sieber had 11 assists, and Shedrow had seven.
LaVille def. Culver, 25-12, 19-25, 25-23, 25-16 (Wednesday): Culver lost a Hoosier North home match to LaVille Wednesday.
Elkhart Christian def. Culver, 25-6, 25-12, 25-15 (Sept. 29): Culver fell at home to Elkhart Christian Sept. 29.
Knox def. Culver, 25-12, 25-18, 25-19 (Sept. 24): Culver lost a Hoosier North match to rival Knox Sept. 24.
Victory Christian Academy def. Culver, 25-14, 25-16, 25-15 (Sept. 22): Maddie Shedrow had four kills, and Alina Pizur had three for Culver in a home loss to Victory Christian Academy Sept. 22. Willow Harring had a block.
Grace Sieber and Shedrow had three assists each.
Victory Christian Academy is a non-IHSAA school located in Valparaiso.
Grace Sieber - 2 aces, 3 assists; Maegan Pearl - 2 aces, 2 kills; Alina Pizur - 3 kills, 1 assist; Maddie Shedrow - 4 kills, 3 assists; Taylor Darnell - 1 kill; Willow Harring - 1 block; Luci Overmyer - 1 assist
Culver goes 1-2 at Tri-Central Invite (Sept. 19): The Culver volleyball team went 1-2 at the Tri-Central Invitational Sept. 19. They beat Argos 2-0, lost to Tri-Central 2-0 and lost to Morristown 2-0.
CULVER TEAM RESULTS
Culver def. Argos, 25-18, 25-17
Tri-Central def. Culver, 28-26, 25-10
Morristown def. Culver, 25-22, 25-14
CULVER COMBINED STATS
Alina Pizur - 3 aces, 1 kill, 1 block, 5 assists; Avery Garland - 1 ace, 2 kills; Grace Sieber - 2 aces, 2 kills, 15 assists; Luci Overmyer - 5 aces, 3 kills, 1 assist; Maddie Shedrow - 2 aces, 16 kills, 4 assists; Maegan Pearl - 9 kills; Willow Harring - 1 kill, 1 block
North Judson def. Culver, 25-11, 25-15, 25-11 (Sept. 17): The host Lady Cavaliers fell to conference rival North Judson Sept. 17 in three games.
Pioneer def. Culver, 25-16, 25-9, 25-13 (Sept. 15): Culver dropped a home Hoosier North match to Class 1A, No. 5 Pioneer Sept. 15.
Culver Academy def. Culver, 25-9, 25-20, 25-18 (Sept. 14): Willow Harring had four kills, but Culver fell at home to Culver Academy Sept. 14.
Maegan Pearl had four aces. Grace Sieber and Maddie Shedrow had two assists each.
Luci Overmyer - 1 ace, 1 kill; Maddie Shedrow - 2 aces, 2 kills, 2 assists; Maegan Pearl - 4 aces, 1 kill; Alina Pizur - 2 kills, 1 assist; Willow Harring - 4 kills; Grace Sieber - 2 assists
Culver goes 0-3 at Triton tourney (Sept. 12): The Culver volleyball team went 0-3 at the Triton tournament on Sept. 12.
Culver lost 2-0 to Caston, 2-0 to Triton and 2-0 to Bremen.
CULVER TEAM RESULTS
Caston def. Culver, 25-20, 25-15
Triton def. Culver, 25-5, 25-6
Bremen def. Culver, 25-19, 25-15
CULVER COMBINED STATS
Avery Garland - 1 ace; Grace Sieber - 1 ace, 4 assists; Maddie Shedrow - 1 ace, 4 assists; Maegan Pearl - 1 ace, 3 kills; Taylor Darnell - 2 aces; Alina Pizur - 2 kills, 2 blocks, 2 assists; Luci Overmyer - 3 kills; Maddie Shedrow - 4 kills; Willow Harring - 3 kills, 1 block
Culver places 9th at LaPorte sectional (Sept. 18): The Culver girls golf team shot a 541 and finished ninth out of 10 complete teams at the LaPorte sectional at Beechwood Golf Club Sept. 18.
Alisa Jo Hinds led Culver with a 125, Kaitlyn Stacy had a 131, Sylvia Rodriquez had a 135, and EmmaLee Hillman had a 143.
Culver Academy won the sectional with a 322, and Michigan City (375) and New Prairie (383) also advanced to regional.
John Glenn’s Megan Kobelt and Emma Egger each shot 92 and had the two lowest scores among girls on non-advancing teams and also advanced to the regional. LaPorte’s Molly Menne (95) also advanced.
Culver Academy’s Reese Wilson was the medalist with a 75.
at Beechwood Golf Club Sept. 19
Culver Academy 322, Michigan City 375, New Prairie 383, John Glenn 395, LaPorte 400, North Judson 490, Knox 505, Marquette Catholic 516, Culver 541, South Central (Union Mills) 550, Oregon-Davis (incomplete team)
CULVER ACADEMY (322): Wilson 75, E. Teglia 80, K. Teglia 80, Hatano 87, (Kim 95)
MICHIGAN CITY (375): Thomas 76, Skibinski 84, Kearney 104, Peters 111, (Murphy 128)
NEW PRAIRIE (383): Jaiden Winters 89, Bauman 93, Jordan Winters 98, Martinez 103, (Flagg 107)
JOHN GLENN (395): Kobelt 92, Egger 92, Yelaska 97, McMahan 114, (Klinedinst 122)
LAPORTE (400): Menne 95, Hull 101, Miskowicz 102, Noll 102, (Casto 107)
NORTH JUDSON (490): Kaminski 115, Reimbold 116, Pettengill 125, Riley 134, (Burklett 144)
KNOX (505): Maryans 118, Turner 128, Goins 129, Krueger 130, (Messer 134)
MARQUETTE CATHOLIC (516): Bobillo 113, Ryan 129, Barr 133, Kearney 141
CULVER (541): Alisa Jo Hinds (59-66) 125, Kaitlyn Stacy (63-68) 131, Sylvia Rodriquez (67-68) 135, EmmaLee Hillman (70-73) 143
SOUTH CENTRAL (550): DeWitt 132, Young 133, Newburn 139, Rocke 146
OREGON-DAVIS: H. Hickman 128, Ash 130, K. Hickman 135
Top three individuals on non-advancing teams: t-1. Megan Kobelt (John Glenn) - 92, t-1. Emma Egger (John Glenn) - 92, 3. Molly Menne (LaPorte) - 95
Medalist: Reese Wilson (Culver Academy) - 75
Knox 228, Culver 237, LaCrosse (incomplete team), Oregon-Davis (incomplete team) (Sept. 16): The Lady Cavaliers finished second in a four-way match against Knox, LaCrosse and Oregon-Davis Sept. 16.
Sylvia Rodriquez led Culver with a 55. Alisa Jo Hinds added a 56, EmmaLee Hillman had a 62, and Kaitlyn Stacy had a 64.
Knox’s Kaitlyn Krueger and LaCrosse’s Lillie Cox each shot 54 to share medalist honors.
at Hamlet Golf Course Sept. 16 (par 35)
KNOX (228): Krueger 54 (co-medalist), Maryans 56, Goins 56, Shepherd 62, (Turner 64)
CULVER (237): Sylvia Rodriquez 55, Alisa Jo Hinds 56, EmmaLee Hillman 62, Kaitlyn Stacy 64
LACROSSE: Cox 54 (co-medalist), Boubourekas 56, Smith 66
OREGON-DAVIS: Ash 58, K. Hickman 60, H. Hickman 63