Daily Data: Friday, May 14

TENNIS

BCS Conference Tournament

At Leeper Park, South Bend

Team scores

  1. Brandywine 59, 2. Niles 54, 3. Buchanan 53, 4. South Haven 30, 5. Berrien Springs 29, 6. New Buffalo 28, 7. Bridgman-LM Catholic 23

 

Championship Flights

Singles

  1. Laura Golubski (N) d. Jessica Williamson (BW) 2-6, 6-1, 6-2; 2. Hannah Earles (BW) d. Katie Schau (BU) 6-3, 6-1; 3. Claire Shelton (BU) d. Mari Allen (BW) 6-0, 6-0; 4. Olivia Patralski (BU) d. Cortney Bates 7-5, 6-3

 

Doubles

  1. Sydney Schiele-Cadence Knight (N) d. Katie Stratton-Emma Hinsey (BW) 6-3, 6-2; 2. Abbie Hubbard-Morgan Horvath (BW) d. Nevaeh Williams-Anna Johnson (N) 7-5, 6-1; 3. Stella McDaniel-Meg Klingerman (N) d. Tressa Hullinger-Ellie Knapp (BW) 6-2, 3-6, 6-3; 4. Meg Pomranka-Grace Hinsey (BW) d. Zoe Gondeck-Anna Kennedy (N) 7-5, 6-4

 

PARMA WESTERN 8, EDWARDSBURG 0

At Vicksburg

Singles

  1. Caroline Davenport (PW) d. Leah Hosang 6-2, 2-6, 10-8; 2. Renee Marston (PW) d. Claire Deak 3-6, 6-4, 10-7; 3. Tavia Hess (PW) d. Ella Jerdon 6-1, 6-3; 4. Mena Smarch (PW) d. Reagan Hartman 6-2, 6-3

 

Doubles

  1. Bella Sexton-Maria Macchia (PW) d. Channing Green-Jenna McGann 7-5, 6-4; 2. Alison Delor-Bella Brushaber (PW) d. Paige Albright-Mackenna Schaible 6-0, 6-1; 3. Kenzie Hiler-Faith Holton (PW) d. Eucris Ugay-Ella Stern 6-0, 6-2; 4. Teagan Robertson-Alena Engle (PW) d. Avery McNew-Delaney Haradine 6-0, 6-1

 

BASEBALL

EDWARDSBURG 11-9, BERRIEN SPRINGS 1-7

At Edwardsburg

First Game

Berrien               010      000 – 1 3 3

Edwardsburg   010      631 – 11 8 0

Eli Wideman (W), Nate Dalenberg (6); Erik Belin (L), Junyoung Chung (4), Jack Tourangeau (6)

2B: Patrick Szlanfucht (ED), Landon Mikel (ED)

HR: Connor Ostrander (ED)

 

Second Game

Berrien               510      010      0 – 7 9 1

Edwardsburg   100      008      x – 9 7 4

Logan McColley, Nate Dalenberg (2), Ethan Cebra (W,6); Garrett Brewer, Brandon Haygood (6), Jack Tourangeau (L,6), Eriik Belin (6)

2B: Brewer (BS), Junyoung Chung (BS), Connor Ostrander (ED)

3B: Eli Wideman (ED)

Varsity record: Edwardsburg 16-3

 

GOLF

BCS Jamboree

At Plym Park

Medalist

John Garland, Buchanan – 40

 

Team scores

Niles 181, Buchanan 199, Comstock 217, Berrien Springs 236, Brandywine 244

 

Niles Results

George Pullen 42, Matt McKeel 44, Evan Bruckner 44, Aiden Krueger 51

 

Buchanan Results

John Garland 40, Ethan Valentine 44, Logan Carson 51, Nick McKeon 64

 

Brandywine Results

Jaedon Waggoner 57, Ben McKee 60, Wes Marlin 63, Daniel McKee 64

 

Buchanan

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Buchanan

Buchanan commission votes ‘no’ on ducks, reconsiders future with Niles chamber

Local Government

Niles City Council approves Riverfest, fireworks

Business

Open air market coming to The NODE beginning in July

Business

Ice cream shop opens on M-62 in Edwardsburg

Giving

Niles Burn Run returns this month for 20th ride

Berrien County

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Dowagiac

SMC Board of Trustees adopts 2021-22 budgets

Berrien County

South Bend man gets prison for robbery of Niles business

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Edwardsburg

Motorcyclist injured in Edwardsburg crash

News

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News

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Buchanan

PHOTO STORY: Buchanan High School graduates Class of 2021

News

Hit-and-run injures Niles woman

News

Niles natives collaborate on song

Dowagiac

Young Professionals of Greater Dowagiac visit Dowagiac Rotary

Cass County

Two sentenced on meth charges in Cass County Court

Edwardsburg

Drugs found in Ontwa Township residence

Dowagiac

Annual Sister Lakes wakeboard tournament to return in August

Cass County

Homeless man gets jail time for stealing vehicle in Dowagiac

Berrien County

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Dowagiac

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Berrien County

Honor Credit Union announces Tracy Sanders as VP of operations