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Written By Ink Free News / Sports on Tuesday, October 6, 2020

Bremen’s Carson Miller earned a court win during the Lions’ 3-2 win over Peru at the Peru Regional Tuesday. InkFreeNews file photo by Mike Deak

Peru Regional

Culver Academy 4, Warsaw 1

CMA put away Warsaw with a solid win in the Peru semis. Leamon Williams stepped in as an alternate at No. 3 and fended off Zach Nicholas 7-5, 6-1, and Aydin Turget got all he could handle from Quinn Martin in a 6-3, 4-6, 6-3 win for Turget. Nathaniel Porter and Paul Wilson were able to withstand Tristan Anderson and Wil Boren at No. 1 doubles 7-5, 6-1 and Arthur Davidson and Wesley Henthorn added a tally for the Eagles with a three and one win over Michael Ray and Cole Rhodes at No. 2 doubles.

Hayden Anderson got the lone tally for the Tigers, taking down Simon Grim one and one at No. 1 singles.

Bremen 3, Peru 2

A key tiebreaker win from Camden Hickman and Jose deLeon Galindo at two doubles, taking a 7-6 (5) first set and closing out a 6-3 final on Reese Smith and Riley Smith. The win was key for Bremen as Dawson Hickman lost to Ben Beckman two and three at No. 3 and Ian Potts knocked off Mark Bahr 4-6, 6-2, 6-4 at No. 1.

Carson Miller came through with a two and one win over Leif Astrup at No. 2 and Shay Kiser and Mason Porter took care of Pete Polk and Lucas Slagel at No. 1 doubles as the Lions moved onto the final against the Eagles, set for 5 p.m. Wednesday back at Peru.

Concord Regional

Concord 5, DeKalb 0

The Minutemen moved onto the regional final with a shutout of the Barons on its home court. Bryson Schrock and Nathan Schraw each needed three sets, but prevailed at No. 1 and No. 2 singles, while Mitchell Whitehead lost just one game in his No. 3 singles contest.

Cayden Rohrer and Gavin Smith lost just four games in its No. 1 doubles advance while Thomas Burkert and Bryaden Newburn needed a second set tiebreaker to put away the Barons.

Westview 5, Goshen 0

The Warriors moved back to the regional final with a straight set elimination of the RedHawks. All five Westivew courts were two setters, the longest run a 6-2, 7-5 Brennan Beachy conquest at No. 3 singles. Isaish Hostetler and Elijah Hostetler both lost just three games in their one and two singles wins. The teams of Brady Hostetler and Will Clark at No. 1 and Tim Brandenberger and Isaac Rogers at No. 2 lost eight total games in advancing the Warriors to Wednesday against the Minutemen.

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