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A pair of three-set victories helped seal a 4-1 Westview boys tennis defeat of Northridge Tuesday night in Middlebury.

Jimtown dealt the Westview varsity volleyball squad a 25-11, 25-19, 23-25, 25-23 defeat Monday night in Elkhart.

 

Goshen downed Westview, 4-1 in varsity boys soccer action Tuesday evening in the Maple City.

Riley Hochstetler scored a pair of goals to help lift the Westview varsity girls soccer team past Elkhart Memorial, 3-0 Tuesday night in Emma.

Fairfield trimmed Prairie Heights, 5-0 in NECC boys tennis Tuesday.

The Falcons dropped a total of eight games in winning all five matches in straight sets.

DeKalb rolled to a 7-2 victory over visiting Lakeland in varsity boys soccer play Tuesday evening.

The Prairie Heights varsity soccer team raised its season record to 2-0-1 with a 6-0 pasting of Central Noble Tuesday night in Brushy Prairie.

Westview blanked The Howe School, 5-0 in varsity boys tennis Monday evening.

Mishawaka shaded Lakeland, 1-0 in varsity girls soccer Saturday morning.

Mishawaka shaded Lakeland, 1-0 in varsity girls soccer Saturday morning.

The Westview varsity volleyball team leveled its season record at 1-1 with a 25-21, 19-25, 25-19, 25-14 victory at Goshen last Thursday.

Westview used a 5-4 edge in a shootout to snag 3-2 victory over NECC boys soccer rival Angola last Thursday night.

 

The Lakeland Lakers continued their football dominance over their county rivals from Prairie Heights this past Friday night at Hubert Cline Field in Brushy Prairie.

Michiana Equipment and W & S Wood Creations each clinched second-half division titles in the Topeka Men’s Softball League last week.

Lakeland senior William Kelly has been selected to serve on the 2013-14 Indiana High School Athletic Association’s Student Advisory Committee.

First State Bank swept a doubleheader against Michiana Equipment, 15-10 and 11-8.

Wildcard split their doubleheader with Challenger Door, 17-7 and 8-18.

First practice sessions for all Lakeland High School fall sports will begin on Monday, Aug. 5.  Practice times will be as follows:

Cedar Creek/Hoopland Farms won each of their five games in claiming the 40th annual Topeka Fourth of July Softball Tourney championship last Thursday night.

Petrana Petkova and Justin Kowalski were crowned the overall female and male champions at the annual Topeka Fourth of July 5K Road Run held last Thursday morning.

Topeka Women’s Softball League leader Community State Bank stayed unbeaten with a doubleheader sweep of B. Lash Home Improvement this past Friday.

The second-half schedule in the Topeka Men’s Softball League began last week with six teams starting the slate 2-0.

Class A Tack & Carriage and First State Bank both clinched first-half division championships in the Topeka Men’s Softball League with doubleheader sweeps last week.