Roundup: Paulding claims team title at boys golf invitational

PAYNE — Paulding (175) won the team title at Thursday’s Wayne Trace Invitational followed by Wayne Trace (180), Miller City (182), Lincolnview (182), Antwerp (207), Fort Jennings (208) and Crestview (223).

Medalist Kyle Dominique (39), Blake McGarvey (43), Josh Carper (45) and Hailey Hartzell (48) combined for the winning score at par 36 Pleasant Valley.

Miller City’s TJ Michel (40), Lincolnview’s Grant Glossett (44), Fort Jennings’ Evan Hoersten (49) and Crestview’s Evan Scarltett (51) had the low rounds for their respective teams.

Leipsic 190, Columbus Grove 201

OTTAWA — Leipsic’s Mason Brandt, Jaden Siefker and Luke Spoors each shot 47 at par 36 Moose Landing to tie for medalist honors. Alex Gerdeman also contributed to the winning total with a 49. Noah Macke and Nick Wolverton each shot 49 to lead Grove.

Minster 164, New Knoxville 204

MINSTER — Minster’s Joseph Magoto was medalist with a 1-over-par 37 at Arrowhead. No other Minster scores were reported by deadline. Sam Anspach led New Knoxville with a 46.

Delphos St. John’s 165, Parkway 191

Medalist Jeffrey Odenweller (39), Jack Gerker (40), Trent Lindeman (42) and Collin Feathers (44) combined for the winning total. Adam Stephenson led Parkway with a 46.

Girls golf

Coldwater 191, New Bremen 235

MINSTER — Jordan Hemmelgarn (43), Grace Buschur (48), Laney Finke (49) and Abby Ashbaugh (51) combined for the winning total at par 36 Arrowhead. New Bremen’s individual scores were not reported by deadline.

Girls tennis

Wapakoneta 5, Kenton 0

WAPAKONETA — Singles players Madison Snider, Ellie Schroeder and Addie Cooper and the doubles teams of Alyssa Good and Makenzie Schroeder and Abby Metzger and Mara Stiles all won matches.

Bath 4, Celina 1

Singles players Esther Bolon and Ruby Bolon and the doubles teams of Elena Oliver and Anne Oliver and Rachel Wilcox and Chloe Rieman all won matches for Bath. Singles player Whitney Jones won for Celina.

St. Ursula 5, Lima Senior 0

TOLEDO — The visiting Spartans fell to 0-4 on the season and 0-3 in the Three Rivers Athletic Conference.

Van Wert 5, Ottawa-Glandorf 0

Singles players Allie Etter, Grace Lott and Lizzie Rutkowski and the doubles teams of Sophie Rutkowski and Natalie Benner and Tayzia Havil and Jamie Burenger all won matches.

Boys soccer

Ottawa-Glandorf 3, Van Buren 0

VAN BUREN — Austin Birkemeier had two goals and Derek Crumrine had one. Blaize Heuerman had a pair of assists and Dylan Birkemeier made five saves to earn the shutout in goal.

Miller City 0, Lincolnview 0

MIDDLE POINT — Lincolnview moved to 0-1-2 on the season. No other information was reported about this match by deadline.

Temple Christian 2, New Knoxville 0

LIMA — No other information was reported about this match by deadline.

Kalida 1, Defiance 1

DEFIANCE — Kalida’s Brandon Miller and Defiance’s Logan Hartman each had a goal.

Bluffton 8, Elida 2

ELIDA — Tayton Kleman had three goals, Jude Spallinger, Kaden Basil and Aidan Bartels each had two tallies and Simon Derstine scored a goal for Bluffton. Aidan Bartels had both Elida goals.

St. Marys 5, Allen East 1

Adam Tobin and Andrew Ibrahim had two goals each and Joey Vanderhorst had a single tally for St. Marys. Preston Wilson and Kyle Steininger each had two assists. Allen East’s goal scorer was not reported.

Kenton 2, Benjamin Logan 0

KP Miller had both goals. Brent Rader made two saves in securing the shutout in goal.

Girls soccer

Coldwater 10, Ada 1

COLDWATER — Ava Giere and Brianna Keller had three goals each and Mallory Kremer, Katie Noonan, Janelle Halterman and Kya Baker each had one for the host Cavaliers. Ada’s goal scorer was not reported by deadline.

Celina 10, Jay County 0

Mia Rolfes had four goals, Taylor Klingshirn had three tallies and Natalie Braun, Jena Wilson and Zoey Burns each had a goal.


Miller City 3, Antwerp 0

The Wildcats won 25-20, 25-17, 25-12. Abi Lammers had 16 kills, Adrienne Kuhlman had 33 assists and Kiana Gable had 16 digs for Miller City.

Coldwater 3, Ada 0

The Cavaliers won 25-13, 25-12, 25-11. Kadance Blockberger had four aces, Jenna Leugers had 10 digs, Aubrey Koester had 10 digs and Madison Wendel had 12 kills for Coldwater.

Miranda Wills had 14 digs and four kills; Kylie Acheson had seven digs and Kirsten Poling had three assists and two aces for Ada.

Bluffton 3, Pandora-Gilboa 2

PANDORA — The Pirates won 22-25, 21-25, 25-20, 25-21, 15-12. Kylie Stackhouse had 30 kills and four blocks, Skyler Scoles had 59 assists and Kylie Monday had 23 digs for Bluffton. P-G’s stats were not reported.

Temple Christian 3, Lima Senior 0

The Pioneers won 25-17, 25-8, 25-20. Jessica Holloway had 20 digs, Cecelia Worsham had 13 kills and four aces, Kaylee Linhart had 25 assists and Lindsey Stump had six digs for Temple Christian.

Tinora 3, Leipsic 0

The Vikings fell 25-17, 26-24, 25-17. Serenity Siefer had 29 assists, Jocie Hermiller had 16 digs, Marisa Hermiller had 13 kills and Peyton Heitmeyer had three blocks for Leipsic.


Hardin Northern 3, Upper Scioto Valley 0

DOLA — The hosts won 25-6, 25-14, 25-14.

Hardin Northern Leaders: Renee Newton had 15 kills and five blocks and Kennedy Hall had six aces and 26 assists for Hardin Northern. USV stats were not reported.

Wayne Trace 3, Continental 0

The Pirates fell 25-15, 25-15, 25-19. Madelyn Potts had 14 digs and four kills; Tygre Troyer had nine digs and four kills and Catelyn Etter had 12 assists for Continental.

Waynesfield-Goshen 3, Perry 2

W-G won 17-25, 25-22, 23-25, 25-23, 15-12. Zaria DeLeon had four aces, Peyton Spencer had nine assists and four aces, Maddie Dlinn had 11 kills, Molly Zechman had seven digs and Rylie Barrington had 14 assists for Waynesfield-Goshen. Perry’s stats were not reported.

Columbus Grove 3, Arlington 0

The Bulldogs won 25-17, 25-17, 25-19. Shay Schroeder had three aces, Alayna Ricker had three aces and eight kills, Meghan Blankemeyer had eight kills, Sara Dipnarine had 12 digs and Lauryn Benroth had 30 assists for Grove.


Bath tickets

BATH TOWNSHIP — All ticket sales for 2020 varsity season will pre-sale. Information about pre-sale tickets is available at under District News/coronavirus update. We will not have tickets to sell at the gate.

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