Ottawa-Glandorf tops Bryan in boys soccer


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BRYAN — Troy Schroeder had a hat trick as Ottawa-Glandorf beat Bryan, 6-3, in high school boys soccer action Saturday.

Jordan Verhoff, Austin Williams and Chad Duling also scored goals for Ottawa-Glandorf, which outshot the Golden Bears 23-14. Mike Bowers had four saves for O-G.

Lincolnview 4, Allen East 1

MIDDLE POINT — Austin Leeth scored three goals at Lincolnview cruised at home.

Ethan Swallow added another goal for the Lancers.

Napoleon 1, Shawnee 0

LIMA — Shawnee lost a close match at home despite outshooting Napoleon 9-5.

Max Sweigart had four saves for the Indians. Avery DelFavero had nine saves to earn the shutout for Napoleon.

Volleyball

Bath 3, Delphos Jefferson 1

LIMA — Bath lost the first game but rallied back to beat Delphos Jefferson.

Kennedy Metcalf had 13 kills, three aces and four blocks for Bath (2-3). Megan Boedicker added 10 kills. Amanda Parks tallied 30 digs, while Abby Cosart had 40 assists.

Sarah Miller had 11 kills, six aces and si blocks for Delphos Jefferson, while Daniell Harman added 10 kills. Clair Thompson has 12 assists to go with her three aces and six kills.

St. Marys Invitational

ST. MARYS — St. Marys won its own invitational, defeating Fort Recovery in dramatic fashion, 25-17, 16-25, 27-25.

Erika Angstmann had 21 kills and 18 digs in the championship win for the Roughriders (6-2), who dispatched Toledo Woodward and Allen East on their way to the championship.

Pandora-Gilboa went 2-0 in the invitational, beating Spencerville and Toledo Start in straight sets while falling to Old Fort in a close 28-30, 25-21, 19-25 match.

Ottawa-Glandorf wins tri-match

LEIPSIC — Ottawa-Glandorf picked up a pair of victories in a tri-match at Leipsic, beating Patrick Henry and Leipsic in two-game sweeps.

Olivia Hermiller had eight kills against Patrick Henry and six kills against Leipsic for the Titans (6-1).

Lehman Invite

SIDNEY — Lima Central Catholic went 1-2 on the day at the Lehman Invite. The Thunderbirds defeated Hopewell-Loudon in straight sets, 25-8, 25-15, after falling in straight sets to McComb and Adena.

Minster also went 1-2, beaten Hopewell-Loudon while falling to Adena and Anna.

Girls soccer

Bath 2, Liberty-Benton 2

LIMA — Jaidyn Hale had a pair of goals on a two Gabbie Jones assists, as Bath won at home.

Brittanie Ulmer had eight saves for the Wildcats, who outshot the Eagles 23-8.

Delphos Jefferson 3, Continental 0

CONTINENTAL — Maddie McConnahea had two goals and Arianna Knebel added another as Delphos Jefferson won at home.

Jessica Pimpas had six saves for the Wildcats, who outshot Continental 23-12.

Ashley Mansfield had 13 saves for Continental.

Bluffton 2, Mohawk 0

BLUFFTON — Abbey Parkins scored two goals for Bluffton. The Pirates preserved the shutout.

Cross Country

Otsego Invitational

MCCLURE — Wyatt Stahl finished sixth (17:53.35) and Vincent Abrams was 23rd (18:40.7) to lead the Bath boys to an eighth-place finish in the 14-team event. Liberty Center was the team with a score of 45 while the Wildcats had 222. Liberty Center’s Colin Burns was the race winner with a time of 17:10.14.

Charis Barnes led the Bath girls, finishing 37th with a time of 24:48.11. Teammate Rachel Inskeep was 51st (26:38.82). The Wildkittens were 10th (255) in the 10-team event with Liberty Center finishing first with total of 56. Olivio Kundo was the race winner (20:02.12).

Girls Tennis

Elida Invitational

ELIDA — Bluffton’s Maggie Fett picked up the Elida Invitational championship, defeating Van Wert’s Ali Moreland, 7-5, 6-2.

In A Doubles, Maddy Cline and Nicole Elston of Celina picked up the championship.

Celina and Van Wert tied for the lead in the team event at 11 apiece, followed by Bluffton at 10 and Elida at four.

Football

2005 champs recognition

The 10-year recognition of St. John’s winning the 2005 state championship will be held Friday, Sept. 18, at Stadium Park in Delphos. The Blue Jays play host to Fort. Recovery at 7:30 that night.

All players, coaches, managers, and cheerleaders from the 2005 team are invited to come to the game for a pregame recognition. All those returning are asked to be at the home bench by 6:50 p.m. with the recognition starting at 7:05 p.m.

By Staff Reports

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