Wapakoneta remains unbeaten in girls tennis


Area roundup

By Mike Purdy - mpurdy@civitasmedia.com



WAPAKONETA — The host Redskins improved to 7-0 on the season with a 5-0 victory against Bellefontaine on Wednesday in girls tennis.

Singles players Madison Watt, Kate Henderson and Cassidy Hughes and the doubles teams of

LeeAnn Jose and Lauren Snider and Libby Florian and Lauren Klopfenstein won for Wapak.

Ada 5 Lima Central Catholic 0

LIMA — Singles players Mackenzie Wills, Meredith Marshall and Shelby Higgins and the doubles teams of Libbie Milks and Hailey Maier and Olivia Gonder and Meredith Morgan won for Ada (10-3) at Collett Street courts. LCC fell to 1-7 on the season.

Girls Soccer

Bellefontaine 4,

Allen East 0

BELLEFONTAINE — Allen East fell to 1-1 on the season.

Boys Golf

Fort Jennings 191,

Ayersville 198

KALIDA — Sam Vetter (42), Logan Hardeman (47), Griffin Morman (49) and Alex Sealts (53) combined to lead Fort Jennings to victory at Country Acres.

NWC match

LIMA — Allen East had the low team score among the four Northwest Conference members with a 188 followed by Crestview (194), Paulding (196) and Spencerville (201) at Tamarac.

NWC match

BLUFFTON — Columbus Grove’s Noah Oglesbee (47), Kyle Welty (49), Logan Malsam (52) and Jacob Oglesbee (53) combined for the low team score of 201 among the four NWC sqauds followed by Delphos Jefferson (216), Bluffton (246) and Ada 270 at Bluffton Golf Club.

Aaron Belcher (Bluffton) and Andrew Foust (Delphos Jefferson) tied for medalist honors after each shot a 42. Cade Mullins led Ada with a 53.

Delphos St John’s 165,

Versailles 167

DELPHOS — Medalist Derek Klausing (38), Austin Lucas (40), Adam Gerker (42) and Brandon Slate (45) combined for the winning score.

Wayne Trace 166,

Ottawa-Glandorf 175

PAYNE — Alec Vest of Wayne Trace and Austin Radcliffe of Ottawa-Glandorf each shot a 39 to lead their respective squads at Pleasant Valley.

Colleges

Women’s soccer

ONU joins effort

ADA — The Ohio Northern University Women’s Soccer team has started off the new season with high expectations on the field; but the team is also hoping to have an impact off the field. The team has joined forces with Friends of Jaclyn; a foundation whose mission is to improve the quality of life for children battling pediatric brain tumors and other childhood cancers to raise awareness through their Adopt-A-Child, Safe on the Sidelines and Guardian Angel Programs.

The team has recently adopted Tori, a 13-year-old girl who has been fighting cancerous tumors affecting her brain since she was 8 months old. The purpose of this program is to pair an afflicted child and their siblings/family members with a local high school or college sports team in their community.

For more information regarding the foundation and families it’s helped visit friendsofjaclyn.org.

Trapshoots

CONTINENTAL — There are two trapshoots coming up at the Continental Conservation Club.

The first shoot for chicken breasts is Sunday and the second competition for pork chops is Sept. 6.

Practice and still target shooting both days will be at 11:30 a.m. with the main events at 12:30 p.m.

Lunch and shells will be available. The club is one-half mile north and one-half mile east of Continental on Road E.

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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