Roundup: Shawnee remains unbeaten in girls soccer

SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — Kamryn Morris had three goals and Alex Hammons had a single tally as Shawnee improved to 5-0 overall and 2-0 in the Western Buckeye League with a 4-3 girls high school soccer victory Tuesday night against Celina.

Kira Dirksen, Isabella Duenas and Rachel Rammel each had a single tally for Celina. Shawnee’s Tayma Jmiai and Celina’s Taylor Klingshirn each had an assist.

Shawnee’s Chloe Nance made seven saves and Celina counterpart Riley Seitz had eight saves.

St. Marys No. 8

in Division II

St. Marys is ranked eighth in the OSSCA poll. Copley is top the poll.

Lima Senior 5,

Toledo Scott 1

LIMA — Alli Fronzaglia had three goals and six saves, Kaitlyn Thompson had three assists and a goal, Terrionna Bagley had a tally, Alyecia Hollon had an assist and three saves and Anya James had an assist for Lima Senior.

Continental 1, Fort Jennings 0

Bryn Tegenkamp had the match’s only goal. Alli Scott had two saves and Marissa Becher had five for Continental. Fort Jennings’ Maggie Pothast had four saves.

Bluffton 8, Crestview 0

CONVOY — Sami Scoles and Jasi Crawfis each had two goals and Riley Eachus, Ella Armstrong, Allison Diller and Kendal Giesige each had a single tally. Eachus had two assists and Scoles, Aubrey Burkholder, Olivia Matthews and Blair Utenforf had one assist each.

Ottawa-Glandorf 6, Elida 0

Mackenzie Recker had two goals and Lily Haselman, Bri Douglass, Myka Aldrich and Maya Heringhaus had a single tally each. Douglass had two assists and Karsyn Erford, Haselman and Clara Beach had one assist each. Emma Brinkman made 11 saves to earn the shutout in goal.

Bath 2, Kenton 0

Faith Clark and Rachel Clark each had a goal and Kyla Bailey made eight saves to earn the shutout in goal.

Boys soccer

Shawnee ranked

No. 4 in D-II

Shawnee is ranked fourth in the Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association poll. Bay Village is ranked No. 1. St. Marys is among the schools receiving votes.

Ottoville is 13th in D-III with Western Reserve Academy atop the rankings. Julia Mehaffie and Ellie Hartzler combined for the shutout in goal.

Ottawa-Glandorf 2,

Liberty Center 0

LIBERTY CENTER — Isaac Macke had both goals with Kash Heuerman and Jayden Oliver each contributing an assist. Dave Westrick made three saves to earn the shutout in goal.

Spencerville 5, Lincolnview 1

SPENCERVILLE — Austin Bockrath had Lincolnview’s goal. Spencerville’s goal scorers were not reported by deadline.

Lima Central Catholic 3,

Fairlawn 2

Jacob Venturella had two goals and teammate Alex Arellano had a single tally.

Allen East 3, Cory-Rawson 0

Brady Shea and Isen Schafer each had a goal and Garrett Jennings and Cole Barton each had an assist. One of Allen East’s tallys was on an own goal. Zane Newland made a pair of saves to earn the shutout in goal.

Continental 9, Temple Christian 0

Monty Rayle and Rhenn Armey each had two goals and Braxton Stegbauer, Jaden Pitney, Jackson Bidlack, Colin Davis and Carson Etter each had a single tally. Braxton Stegbauer had three assists, Monty Rayle had a pair of assists and Armey, Peyton Wilson and Mason Rayle had one assist each. Konnor Knipp Williams made a pair of saves to earn the shutout.

Wapakoneta 3, Liberty-Benton 0

No other information was reported about this match.


Delphos St. John’s 3,


The Blue Jays won 25-14, 25-22, 25-16. Madilyn Conley had 10 kills and four aces, Mia Conley had 11 kills, Grace Moenter had 23 assists, Emma Will had eight digs and Abby Kerner had seven digs for DSJ. LCC’s individual stats were not reported by deadline.

Allen East 3, Perry 1

The Mustangs won 25-15, 25-12, 23-25, 25-11. Kenzie Koontz and Soraya Jackson each had 15 kills and Hannah Williams had 38 assists for Allen East. Lexenna Lee had five aces, 17 assists and eight kills, Rhema Pernell had 10 kills and five blocks and Carlee Dalton had three aces and 10 assists for Perry.

Bluffton 3, Arlington 0

BLUFFTON — The Pirates won 25-23, 25-11, 25-22. Kendall Stackhouse had nine kills, Ayla Grandey had eight kills, four aces and three blocks, Gracie Yarnell had 15 assists and 14 digs, Avery Talavinia had 12 digs and Olivia Siferd and Morgan Fruchey had three blocks each for Bluffton. \

Leipsic 3, Patrick Henry 0

The Vikings won 25-12, 25-7, 25-16. Alaina Brown had 18 digs and five aces, Danaysia Danzy had 12 kills, Kasey Brough had 10 kills, Alivia Jones ahd five aces, six kills and nine digs, Marisa Hermiller had seven kills and Serenity Siefer had 30 assists for Leipsic.

Ottoville 3, Van Wert 1

VAN WERT — The Big Green won 25-22, 21-25, 25-15, 25-21. Kara Burgei had four aces and seven kills, Erica Thorbahn had 44 assists and four aces, Elisa Kramer had 29 kills and Jacelyn Langhals had seven digs for Ottoville.

Celina 3, Fort Recovery 1

The Bulldogs won 16-25, 25-19, 25-16, 25-16. Payton Bertke had 40 assists, Allison Schwieterman had 24 digs, Amelia Lutz had 13 kills, Brooklyn Bourne had 10 kills and Mylee Sapp had 10 kills and five blocks for Celina.

Spencerville 3, Waynesfield-Goshen 1

The Bearcats won 25-14, 22-25, 25-17, 25-13. Fraley had six assists, Tatelyn Faraglia had 12 assists, seven kills and seven digs, Zaria DeLeon had nine digs, Raegan Hutchison had 11 kills and six digs, Olivia Turner had eight digs and Bella Fry had six digs for W-G.

Coldwater 3, Wapakoneta 1

WAPAKONETA — The Cavaliers won 23-25, 25-9, 25-14, 25-14. Spencer Etzler had eight aces, 20 digs and 12 kills, Morgan Blasingame had five aces and 11 kills, Madison Wendel had 18 digs and eight kills, Mia Knapke had 10 digs and 22 assists and, Jenna Leugers had 14 kills and 17 assists for Coldwater.

Columbus Grove 3, Continental 2

COLUMBUS GROVE — The Bulldogs won 25-14, 18-25, 28-30, 26-24, 16-14. Jaylen Sautter had eight kills and 15 blocks, Makailey Bermudez had six kills, 11 blocks and 10 digs, Kendal Palte had 13 blocks and Sage Clement had four aces and 23 assists for Grove. Delaney Bowers had 12 kills, 15 digs, four solo blocks and five aces, Macie Cordes had eight kills, nine digs and three aces, Teaghan McDougle had 33 assists and three aces, Lauren Williams had six kills and 10 digs and Rhaegan Marshall had 13 kills, seven digs and three blocks assists for Continental.

Lincolnview 3, Elida 1

MIDDLE POINT — The Lancers won 25-17, 25-18, 23-25, 25-18. Carsyn Looser had 16 kills, Emma Bowersock had 13 kills, three aces, McKayla Blankemeyer had 12 kills, six blocks, Grace Brickner had 20 digs, Neive Miller had 19 digs, Breck Evans had 48 assists and 11 digs and Zada Walker had 11 digs for Lincolnview. Addisyn Freeman had nine kills and five blocks for Elida.

New Bremen 3, St. Marys 0

The Cardinals won 25-14, 25-19, 25-16. Brynn Clark had eight kills, Syerra Greber had six kills, Ashlie Nuss had eight digs and Lily Rammel had 18 assists and six digs for St. Marys.

Temple Christian 3, Vanlue 0

VANLUE — The Pioneers improved to 8-0 overall with the 25-18, 25-18, 25-23 victory.

Cecelia Worsham had 11 kills, four aces and seven digs, Emily Bontrager had 13 assists and 10 digs, Hailey Smithhad eight kills, Jessica Holloway had 18 digs and three aces, Juliette Kinnear had six kills and nine digs and Kaylee Linhart had 13 assists for Temple Christian.

Bath 3, Pandora-Gilboa 2

The Wildkittens won 18-25, 25-22, 12-25, 25-14, 15-12. Claire Armentrout had 16 kills, 18 digs, 10 assists and five aces, Claire Foust had 11 kills, 32 digs and 15 blocks, Vanessa Ruble had 20 assists and Maddie Fifer had three aces for Bath.

Pioneer Days


KALIDA — The tournament will start at 9 a.m. Saturday with matches being played at the high school and St. Mike’s gym at the elementary school.

Teams scheduled to play include Wayne Trace, North Central, St. Marys, Delphos St. John’s, Fairview, Liberty-Benton, Bath and the host Wildcats.

Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for students and can be purchased at the door and the Kalida Athletics Box Office Page at where all tickets are $7 and to find out more information.

Boys golf

Tri meet

LIMA — Kalida had the low team score with a 157 followed by Elida (168) and Lima Central Catholic (204) at The Oaks Golf Club (par 36). Medalist Connor Nartker (33), Drew Bus (40), Ehtan Warnecke (42) and Kayla Nartker (42) contributed to the winning total. Elida’s Carson Harmon (34) and LCC’s Parker Judy (42) had the low rounds for their respective schools.

MAC matches

CELINA — Parkway (184) had the low team total against fellow Midwest Athletic Conference members New Bremen (230) and New Knoxville (237) at par 36 Celina Lynx. Medalist Roman Leszinske (38), Jackson Kraner (48) and Rylan Lyons (48) led the way for the Panthers. Mason Schumm and Trenton Garwood each shot 50 also for Parkway. New Knoxville’s Jay Waterman (46) and New Bremen’s Alex Homan (49) had the low rounds for their respective schools.

NWC quad

BLUFFTON — Lincolnview (168) had the low team score against fellow Northwest Conference members Bluffton (175), Delphos Jefferson (179) and Ada (232) at par 36 Bluffton Golf Club.

Luke Bollenbacher (40), Dan Ebel (41) and Evan Miller (42) led the way for the Lancers. Grant Glossett, Aiden Hardesty and Jack Snyder each shot 45 also for Lincolnview. Jefferson’s Isaac Gallmeier was medalist with a 35. Bluffton’s Jaden Coonfare (37) and Ada’s Jack Baumgartner (47) had the low rounds for their respective schools.

Miller City 181,

Patrick Henry 197

OTTAWA — Thomas Weis, Will Otto and Caleb Niese each shot 45 to be among the medalists and lead the Wildcats at par 36 Moose Landing. Jesse Lammers and Andrew Weis each shot 45 for Miller City.

Van Wert 160,

Shawnee 187

VAN WERT — Medalist Keaton Foster (35), Blake Bohyer (41), Sam Houg (42) and Griff McCracken (42) combined for the winning total at par 35 Willow Bend. Shawnee’s individual scores were not reported by deadline.

Bath 180, Defiance 185

Medalist Braden Binkley (39), Daniel Bolon (45), Brayden Kaple (46) and Ezra Bolon (50) combined for the winning total.

Pandora-Gilboa 183, Arlington 226

BLUFFTON — P-G’s Owen Huffman was medalist with a 44 at the par 36 Bluffton Golf Club.

Ottawa-Glandorf 174, Celina 202

OTTAWA — Medalist Brad Maag (41), Ty Verhoff (42) and EVan Pester (44) led the way for O-G. Justin Yaeger and Theo Maag each shot 47 also for the Titans at Pike Run. Kale Sudhoff led the Bulldogs with a 44.

Girls golf

Tri match

BELLEFONTAINE — Minster (194) had the low team total against Riverside (224) and West Liberty (273) at par 36 Cherokee Hills. Katie Heitkamp (47), Ashlyn Homan (48), Ashley Meyer (49) and Kendyl Bergman (50) combined for the winning total.

Wapakoneta 215, Ottawa-Glandorf 235

OTTAWA — Medalist Jackie Oen (43), Paityn Bowman (50), Natalie Hefner (58) and Lauren Miller (64) combined for the winning total at par 36 Pike Run. Claire Vorst led O-G with a 51.

Girls tennis

Wapakoneta 3, Bath 2

Singles player Elisabeth Good and the doubles teams of Brooke Minnig and Kierra Siefring and Abbie Hamill and Jenna Kohler won for Wapak. Singles players Elena Oliver and Anne Oliver won for Bath.

St. Marys 5, Elida 0

singles player Charley Spencer, Maddie White and Cora Rable and the doubles teams of Jodi Perry and Liz Brown and Audrey Shannon and Molly Schlosser all won.


Women’s soccer

ONU duo receive

OAC recognition

ADA — Ohio Northern sophomore Alyssa Beckett (Monroe) and junior Kylie Cabana (Dexter, Mich.) were named Ohio Athletic Conference Women’s Soccer Players of the Week for the week of Sept. 1-4.

Beckett was named OAC Offensive Player of the Week, and Cabana was named OAC Defensive Player of the Week.

This marks the first career OAC Player of the Week award for both.

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