Pequignot has 4 goals in Wapak girls victory


Area roundup

By Mike Purdy - mpurdy@civitasmedia.com



FORT JENNINGS — Brittany Pequignot had four goals as Wapakoneta defeated Fort Jennings 7-0 in girls soccer Tuesday.

Claire Burton, Katie Manger and Alex Debell also each had a goal for Wapak.

Elida 6, Coldwater 0

ELIDA — Elida opened its season with a victory. No individual stats were provided.

Shawnee 1, Bryan 1

SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — Shawnee’s Maddie O’Connell scored off an assist by Julia Hardy. Goalie Nikole McPheron made seven saves for Shawnee (0-1-1).

Boys Soccer

Temple Christian 6,

Cory Rawson 0

LIMA — Cameron Worsham had three goals, Joey Hutchison had two and Rylan Ward one as Temple Christian won the opener for both teams. Pioneers goalie DJ Clay had four saves in earning the shutout.

Shawnee 1,

Liberty-Benton 0

FINDLAY — Trenton Ward scored the game’s only goal on an assist by Nicholas Hoffman

Shawnee goalie Max Sweigart made 10 saves as the Indians improved to 2-0.

Spencerville 1,

Lincolnview 1

VAN WERT — Ethan Swallow (Lincolnview) and Cole Ward (Spencerville) each had a goal.

Ottawa-Glandorf 5,

Wauseon 1

GLANDORF — Tory Schroeder had two goals and Austin Williams, Chad Duling and Bryce Schroeder one each for O-G.

Boys Cross Country

Shawnee 16,

Lima Central Catholic 47

LIMA — Jon Wahlie of Shawnee was the top finisher with Brad Keating leading LCC with a fifth place at Faurot Park.

Girls Cross Country

Shawnee 20, LCC 42

LIMA — Emily Sreenan of LCC) was the overall winner followed by Anne Hardy of Shawnee at Faurot Park.

Boys Golf

NWC match

OTTAWA — Lincolnview had the low team score of 170 followed by Paulding (195), Spencerville (205) and Columbus Grove (209) at Country Acres.

Medalist Joshah Rager had a 36. Also contributing to the winning score were Ryan Moody (44), Derek Youtsey (44) and Reece Farmer (46). Cade McGarvey and Cole Heller each shot 46 for Paulding. Spencerville’s Collin Davis had a 45 and

Kyle Welty led Columbus Grove with a 49.

Tri match

OTTAWA — Miller City (181) won on the sixth score tiebreaker against Wayne Trace (181) with Ottawa-Glandorf finishing with a team score of 187 at Pike Run.

Davis Lammers of Miller City and Evan Baughman of Wayne Trace each shot a 42 to tie for medalist honors. Austin Radcliff and Braden Fortman each shot a 45 to lead O-G.

Lima Central Catholic 159,

Parkway 181

LIMA — Sam Meredith (37), Collin Hennon (38), Ian Friesner (42) and Regan Altenbach (42) to lead LCC to victory at Hawthorne Hills. Hayden Lyons led Parkway with a 41.

Girls Tennis

Bluffton 5, Bath 0

BLUFFTON — Singles players Maggie Fett, Julianna Hotmire and Katie Wright along with the doubles teams of

Justine Mitchell and Lucie Fett and Sara Bertka and Brielle Hamilton won for Bluffton.

Ottawa-Glandorf 5,

Lima Central Catholic 0

OTTAWA — Singles players Tiffany Kahle, Kristin Ellerbrock and Lexi Haselman and the doubles teams of

Robyn Maas and Madison Heckman and Devin Basinger and Mariah Schroeder all won for O-G.

Volleyball

Lima Senior 3,

Allen East 2

Kierre James had four aces and 46 digs, Sam Cousey had 14 kills and Ragan Williams had 34 assists to lead the Spartans.

Allen East individual stats were not reported as of presstime.

Elida 3, Miller City 0

MILLER CITY — Karmyn Martinez had five aces and 13 digs, Summer Grogg had 17 kills and a 1 block and Erin Bowman had 17 assists for Elida. Makenna Ricker had 10 kills, Kristin Schmenk had five aces, Abbey Schroeder had 27 digs, and Brittany Kuhlman had 15 assists for Miller City.

Football

Elida-LCC tickets

The Elida Athletic Department will be selling tickets from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. for the Elida-Lima Central Catholic game this Friday. Tickets will be on sale in the Athletic Office Pre-sale tickets are $4 for students and $6 for adults. All tickets at the gate will be $6. Pre-sale tickets will also be sold at First Federal Bank in Elida for all home games.

The game will be played at 7 p.m. Friday at Kraft Stadium.

Colleges

Volleyball

ADA — Ohio Northern was picked to finish third in the Ohio Athletic Conference preseason volleyball poll conducted by the league’s 10 coaches.

Northern finished its 2014 season 19-10 overall and was fifth in the OAC with a 6-3 record.

ONU received 61 points in the poll and one first place vote to finish tied with Mount Union (61 points, three first place votes) for third place.

John Carroll was the preseason favorite, receiving 75 points and five first place votes.

Heidelberg was picked second with 68 points and one first place vote and Otterbein was picked fifth with 54 points.

Women’s soccer

UNOH 3,

Westmont College 2

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – The University of Northwestern Ohio (1-0-1) fell into an early hole against NAIA No. 7 Westmont College (1-1), but the Racers scored three of the final four goals of the match – including two by freshman Laura Blanchard in the final 6:34 of the first half – to take the 3-2 win Monday. UNOH’s other goal was by Hannah Baines.

Area roundup

By Mike Purdy

mpurdy@civitasmedia.com

Mike Purdy can be contacted at 567-242-0451.

Mike Purdy can be contacted at 567-242-0451.

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