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Tuesday Morning Scores
Tuesday Aug 23, 2016 12:00am

Coldwater golfers fourth at Hanover Invitational
(HANOVER) – The Coldwater girls golf team took fourth place at the Hanover Horton Invitational with a score of 413. Jackson Lumen Christi won the event with a round of 381. Claire Sheppard led the Lady Cardinals with a score of 100. Hunter Jenkot and Molly Smith each shot 103.


Angola girls golf team beats Fremont
(ANGOLA) – The Angola girls golf team beat Fremont in NECC action 192-234. Lauren Stanley was medalist for the Lady Hornets with a 44. Raigan Porath led Fremont with a 47.

Coldwater boys tennis wins Paw Paw Invitational
(PAW PAW) – The Coldwater boys tennis team won the Paw Paw Invitational. Flight champions for the Cardinals were Austin Butler at Third Singles; Porter Skidmore at Fourth Singles and the Third Doubles team of Kyle Krzyzanski and Alec Keplinger.

HS VOLLEYBALL:
Wawasee 3, Lakeland 1
Jimtown 3, Westview 0
Fremont 4, West Noble 1

HS BOYS TENNIS:
Northridge 4, Lakeland 1 (Laker Reece Romer won at #3 singles.)
Fairfield 5, NorthWood 0

HS GIRLS SOCCER:
Central Noble beat Lakeland on penalty kicks

HS GIRLS GOLF:
The Sturgis girls golf team opened defense of their Wolverine Conference title on Monday by winning jamborees at South Haven and Allegan.

Angola 192, Fremont 234


MLB:
Cubs 5, San Diego 1 – Addison Russell, Kris Bryant and Jason Heyward homered as Jon Lester dazzled the Padres by giving up just five hits over six plus.

MWL:
Great Lakes 4, Fort Wayne 3
South Bend 8, West Michigan 2

INDIANAPOLIS – To fill the Colts’ pressing need at cornerback, they’ve turned to a four-time Pro Bowl cornerback.

On Monday night, the Colts agreed to terms with 32-year-old cornerback Antonio Cromartie.

In 10 NFL seasons, Cromartie has played for four teams and was a Pro Bowler from 2012-14.

The Jets were Cromartie’s most recent stop. They cut the 6-2 and 210-pound cornerback back in February.

With starting cornerbacks Vontae Davis (ankle, “week-to-week”) and Patrick Robinson (groin, “day-to-day”) among the injuries at cornerback right now in Indy, the Colts could certainly use some help at corner.




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