Roundup: Jones has 7 goals in Allen East girls soccer win

Rilynn Jones had seven goals and teammates Aubrey Young and Dylan Miller each had a single tally as Allen East defeated Lima Central Catholic 9-2 Saturday in girls high school soccer. Alon’Nah Bagley and Kiegh Macklin had LCC’s goals.

Kalida 5, Cory-Rawson 1

RAWSON — Livia Recker had four goals and Meredith Bockrath had four assists. Audra Hovest had a tally, Lauren Laudick had an assist and Kassidy Hipsher had four saves also for the Wildcats.

Miller City 4, Coldwater 0

Danica Ehlers had three goals, Ava Rosengarten had a tally and Anna Niese had an assist.

Elida 5,

Delphos St. John’s 0

JoJo Knight and Bri Patrick had two goals each, Analei Jackson had a pair of assists, Olivia Green had an assist and Payton Kuhn had three saves and Cheyenne Bowers had a single save to earn the shutout in goal.

Bluffton 3, Kenton 2

KENTON — Bluffton’s Allison Diller, Riley Eachus and Blair Utenforf and Kenton’s Gabi Wetherill and Emma Hougendobler each had a goal. Bluffton’s Karson Hauenstein and Jasi Crawfis each had an assist.

Ottawa-Glandorf 0,

Archbold 0

O-G (7-1-2) had nine shots and Archbold had none.

Bath 0, Anna 0

Kyla Bailey had three saves for Bath, which had six shots on goal.

Continental 4, Northwood 0

Bryn Tegenkamp had three goals and an assist, Olivia Crossgrove had an assist and Alli Scott and Marissa Becher combined for the shutout in goal.

Boys soccer

Ottoville 4, Wauseon 0

Kellen Schlagbaum had two goals and Brandon Calvelage and Grant Leis had one tally each.

Shawnee 8, Napoleon 2

Austin Miller had four goals and an assist, Matteo Fusillo had four assists, Noah Scheid, Luca Fusillo, Tate Bender and Adam Jmiai each had a single tally and Alex McGuire had an assist for Shawnee.

Continental 5, Riverdale 1

Rhenn Armey had two goals and an assist. Collin Davis and Bain Stegbauer each had a goal and an assist also for the Pirates, who scored on an own goal. Continental goalie Konnor Knipp Williams had five saves.


Shawnee 3,

Lincolnview 1

The Indians won 20-25, 25-16, 25-11 & 25-15. Kelly Cooper had 17 kills, Kyra Vermillion had nine kills, Addie Maxwell had 17 assists, Sydney Burris had 14 assists, Grace Frieberger had 20 digs and Karleigh Hutchins had five aces for Shawnee.

Kenton 3, Riverdale 0

MT. BLANCHARD — The Wildcats won 25-11, 25-14, 25-22. Morgan Lyons had seven kills and four aces, Sadie Larrabee had seven kills, Brynn Butler had 15 digs and Rylie Totten had eight digs and five aces for Kenton.

Crestview 3, Kalida 1

The Knights won 25-13, 20-25, 25-15, 25-16. Cali Gregory had three aces, 33 assists, eight digs and three blocks, Ellie Kline had three aces and 13 digs, Laci McCoy had 14 kills and seven digs, Myia Etzler had 13 kills and Adelyn Figley had 11 kills for Crestview.

Malia Romes had nine kills, Elyse Romes had seven kills, Maria Gerding had 23 assists and 11 digs, Whitney Unverferth had 11 digs and Riley Nienberg had 10 digs for Kalida.

Miller City 2, Perry 0

MILLER CITY — The Wildcats won 25-14, 25-15. Savanna Niese had 11 kills, four blocks and nine digs, Morgan Verhoff had seven kills and three blocks, Josie Otto had 25 assists, Tori Wenzinger had six digs and Libby Erford had six digs for Miller City.

Miller City 2, Wayne Trace 1

MILLER CITY — The Wildcats won 23-25, 25-22, 25-23. Verhoff had 19 kills and 14 digs, Niese had 11 kills and 13 digs, Cloe Kuhlman had eight kills, Wenzinger had 25 digs, Otto had 37 assists and seven digs, Erford had 11 digs and Jordan Schnipke had 10 digs for Miller City.

Hilltop 3, Continental 1

WEST UNITY — The Pirates lost 25-10, 25-9, 17-25, 25-11. Delaney Bowers had eight kills, 12 digs and three solo blocks, Macie Cordes had 11 digs, Teaghan McDougle had 17 assists and five digs, Lauren Williams had nine digs and Rhaegan Marshall had six kills for Continental.

Allen East wins 2

Allent East defeated Bath 25-7, 25-15 and Northwood 25-17, 25-10. Individual stats were not reported by deadline.

Temple Christian 2,

Cory-Rawson 0

The Pioneers won 25-5, 25-10. Cecelia Worsham had seven kills, eight aces and seven digs, Emily Bontrager had eight assists, Grace Korwin had four aces, Jessica Holloway had five kills and five digs and Kaylee Linhart had six assists for Temple Christian.

Temple Christian 2,

Vanlue 0

The Pioneers won 25-8, 25-13. Worsham had 12 kills and five digs, Bontrager seven assists, Holloway had five digs, Juliette Kinnear had three aces and Linhart had 12 assists and 13 digs.

Van Buren 2,

Temple Christian 0

The Pioneers fell 25-13, 25-18. Worsham had six kills and six digs, Kinnear had five digs digs and Linhart had seven assists.

Coldwater 3, Findlay 0

COLDWATER — The Cavaliers won 25-6, 25-13, 25-15. Mia Knapke had 27 assists, Madison Wendel had 11 kills, Morgan Blasingame had 10 kills and eight digs and Spencer Etzler had nine digs and four aces for Coldwater.

Cory-Rawson Invitational

RAWSON — Ada finished third out of eight teams.

The Bulldogs defeated North Baltimore, 25-20, 25-22.

Autumn Andreasen had 14 assists, Lily Baumgartner had three aces, Daicy Robinson had three blocks and Courtney Sumner had 10 digs for Ada.

Ada lost 25-15, 25-18 to Van Buren 1. Andreasen had eight assists and five blocks, Robinson had four kills and Sumner and Jenna Bassitt had five digs each.

The Bulldogs defeated Holgate 25-21, 25-13. Tessa Griffith had six kills, Baumgartner had six kills, Sumner had 24 digs and Andreasen had 16 assists.

Boys golf

Jordan Moeller Memorial

Minster won the team championship with a 330 total at the par 72 Mercer County Elks.

Russia (331) was second followed by Coldwater (333), Delphos St. John’s (336), Fort Recovery (350), Marion Local (351), Botkins (356), St. Marys (357), Van Wert (362), Anna (367), Versailles (372), Shawnee (377), St. Henry (378), Celina (398), Parkway (398), Greenville (411), New Bremen (456) and New Knoxville (495). Celina had a lower fifth score than Parkway.

Botkins’ JJ Meyer was medalist with a 76 and was joined on the all-tournament team by Minster’s Mitchell Bornhorst (78) and Louis Magoto (81), Coldwater’s Keegan Bruggeman (81), Russia’s Dom Francis (81), DSJ’s Jack Gerker (81) and Botkins’ Ross Dietz (81). Bornhorst received a $500 scholarship for having the low round among those graduating in 2023.

Shawnee’s Matthew Owen (92), Parkway’s Roman Leszinske (85), Van Wert’s Keaton Foster (83), Marion Local’s Marcus Rethman (82), Fort Recovery’s Eli Lennartz (82), New Knoxville’s Jay Waterman (99), Celina’s Nick Steinbrunner (91), St. Henry’s Josh Rindler (85) and St. Marys’ Hunter Huston (88) had the low rounds for their respective schools. Van Wert’s TJ Stoller received a $500 scholarship in a random drawing.

Archbold 3, Bluffton 2

BLUFFTON — Singles player Brooke Camper and the doubles team of Caitlyn Couch and Leah Klinger won for Bluffton.

Cross country

Minster Classic

MINSTER — The Minster boys and girls each finished third.

Miamisburg (18) won the boys event followed by Versailles (60), Minster (68), Coldwater (78) and Lehman Catholic (146).

Minster’s Ryan Halpin and Jack Grieshop were fourth and and seventh respectively and Coldwater’s Mason Ayers was ninth.

Miamisburg (29) also won the girls title followed by Versailles (49), Minster (54), Fort Loramie (109) and Coldwater (139).

Minster’s Annie Hemmelgarn and Ava Stammen were seventh and 10th respectively.



Heidelberg 37,

Ohio Northern 3

TIFFIN — Ohio Northern fell at No. 22-ranked Heidelberg in the 12th annual Bendekovic Bowl at Hoernemann Stadium.

The Polar Bears dropped to 1-2 overall and 1-1 in the Ohio Athletic Conference.

On the first snap of the game, junior Ed Manning returned an interception 22 yards to the Heidelberg 30-yard line.

Senior Dom DiFalco kicked a 40-yard field goal to put the Polar Bears ahead 3-0.

Dalton Tjong had 12 tackles and Trevon Salter tied his career-high with 10 tackles to lead the Ohio Northern defense.

Adrian College 58, Bluffton 23

BLUFFTON — The Bluffton opened played under the new stadium lights. The Beavers fell to 0-3 on the season while Adrian improved to 2-1.

Bluffton’s Blake Rine finished the game going 18-of-28 for 234 yards and three touchdowns. Andre Price Jr snagged two catches for 68 yards. Maalik Tucker and DeSean Bonte both finished with four catches for 46 and 30 yards, respectively also for the Beavers. Price Jr., Tucker and Joseph Taviano each had a TD reception and teammate Jake Baumgartner converted a 30 yard field goal.

Leading the Beaver defense was Karl Foster with 12 total tackles and one breakup.

Bowling Green 34, Marshall 31 (OT)

BOWLING GREEN — Columbus Grove graduate Rece Verhoff had a 38 yard field goal and four extra points for Marshall.


ONU goes 3-0

ADA — Ohio Northern defeated Wisconsin-Oshkosh 25-17, 19-25, 25-17, 25-22 to close out a 3-0 record in the 43rd annual ONU Invitational at the ONU Sports Center.

The Polar Bears have won six straight matches and are 9-2 overall while dropping the Titans to 11-4.

ONU has now won its invitational 19 times, including six of the last nine.

Northern was the only team to finish the 2022 event unbeaten.

Sophomore Erin Wagnerwas named the MVP of the event, and Grace Conrad was also named to the All-Tournament Team.

Wagner finished Saturday’s game with a career-high 20 kills while posting a .500 hitting percentage, and Conrad tallied a career-high 47 assists.

Bluffton wins 2

Buffalo, NY — Bluffton picked up two wins on day two of the Bengal Challenge against Buffalo State (3-1) and Pitt-Greensburg (3-0). The Beavers improved to 8-4 on the season.

The Beaver offense in match one was powered by Maddie White (Ashland) who hammered home 14 winners and dished out 20 assists. Jenna Woods (DeGraff/Riverside) smashed 13 kills with only 2 errors for a blazing .458 hitting percentage and tallied three blocks. Chloei Barnett (Wapakoneta) added eight kills to her stat line while Elle Price (Pocono Pines, PA/Findlay (Ohio) tallied 16 helpers and 7 digs in the victory. Emma Organ (Lambertville, MI/St. Ursula Academy) led the defense against the Bengals with 19 digs with Courtney Weekley (Butler/Clear Fork) adding 10 pick-ups. Lindsey Shaw (Findlay/Van Buren) and Paige Massie (Alvada/Arcadia) both fired two aces apiece for the good guys.

In game two, the Beavers faced off against Pitt-Greensburg and once again, Woods lead the offense with 12 kills and another blazing .500 hitting percentage. White found herself back on the team leaderboard as well with nine winners, 22 assists, and six digs. Julianne Kincaid (Galion/Northmor) added to the books, hammering home eight shots to the visitor floor. Organ picked up 18 digs in the victory, leading the Bluffton defense once again. Weekley fired three aces with Massie just one off her pace with two more for the good guys.

Men’s soccer

Ohio Northern 2,

Hanover 0

HANOVER, Ind. — Ohio Northern won its third straight game.

The Polar Bears recorded their third consecutive shutout to improve to 4-2-0 on the season while dropping the Panthers to 2-3-1.

Brenden Gervers and Kellan Minch each scored a goal for Northern. ONU goalkeeper Josh Ellis recorded seven saves.

Bluffton 0,

Pitt-Greensburg 0

Greensburg, Pa. — Bluffton moved to 1-1-3 on the season.

Women’s soccer

Case Western Reserve 2,

Ohio Northern 1

CLEVELAND — Ohio Northern fell to 3-1-2 on the season while the Spartans improved to 5-0-0.

ONU got on the scoreboard first with an unassisted goal from Alexa Clampitt.

Women’s cross country

ONU second

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Ohio Northern finished second of 25 teams at the Rochester (N.Y.) Invitational at Genesee Valley Park.

The Polar Bears (33-1 overall) scored 98 points, finishing behind first-place NYU with 46 points and ahead of third-place Trine (Ind.) with 116 points.

Tessa Pitcovich led the Polar Bears across the finish line, placing fifth of 262 runners overall with a time of 23:07 on the 6,000-meter course.

Men’s cross country

Polar Bears 3rd

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Ohio Northern finished third of 25 teams at the Rochester (N.Y.) Invitational at Genesee Valley Park.

The Polar Bears (34-2 overall) scored 131 points, finishing behind NYU with 39 points and Buffalo (N.Y.) with 126 points.

Parkway graduate Kyle Roth led the Polar Bears across the finish line, placing sixth of 292 runners overall with a personal-best time of 26:13 on the 8,000-meter course.

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