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Spartans girls best Bulldogs on links

Courtney DelaCuesta and Alyssa Hoffman both shot 2-over 38s at Whispering Creek Golf Club, leading Homestead to a 160-203 victory over New Haven on Tuesday.

Annie Butchko posted a 41 and Kira Hoffman added a 43 in New Haven.

The Bulldogs’ Kori Thompson also shot a 43.

BELLMONT 188, EAST NOBLE 196: In Kendallville, Morgan Ellsworth led Bellmont with a 6-over 42 at Cobblestone Golf Course.

Boys soccer

DEKALB 16, COLUMBIA CITY 0: In Waterloo, Brennan Cochran had five goals and Landon Cochran had three. Grant Lockwood had two goals and four assists.

WEST NOBLE 11, CENTRAL NOBLE 0: Uriel Macias and Chris Najera both scored three times, and Uriel A. Macias had two goals in Ligonier.

Girls soccer

NORTHROP 2, SNIDER 0: Morgan Koepp scored twice at home.

NORWELL 1, WAYNE 0: Alex Haddix scored on the road.

Tennis

NORTHROP 5, CONCORDIA 0: Alex Stavretis improved to 11-0 with his victory at No. 1 singles, 6-2, 6-1, over Marcus Swift. The closest match was at No. 1 doubles, where John Tuttle and Tyler Jordan defeated Carter Waldron and Brandon Fritcha 3-6, 7-6 (7-4), 6-1 at Northrop.

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