Roundup: Shawnee, St. Marys tie in girls soccer

ST. MARYS — Shawnee and St. Marys tied 0-0 in girls high school soccer Tuesday night.

Shawnee’s Chloe Nance had six saves and St. Marys counterpart Ella Jacobs had seven. Shawnee is now 6-0-3 overall and 3-0-2 in the Western Buckeye League and St. Marys is 8-2-1 on the season and 3-1-1 in the WBL.

Ottawa-Glandorf 14,

Van Wert 0

Mackenzie Recker had three goals and two assists, Makenna Siefker had three goals an assist, Lily Haselman had two goals and two assists, Myka Aldrich had three assists, Ashlyn Siefker had two goals, Katelyn Reed had two goals, Bri Douglass and Delaney Duling each had a tally and Clara Beach and Colleen Diller each had an assist.

Elida 5, Defiance 0

JoJo Knight had four goals, Analei Jackson had a single tally, Olivia Laux had an assist and Payton Kuhn had two saves to earn the shutout in goal.

Kenton 0, Wapakoneta 0

WAPAKONETA — No other information was reported about this match by deadline.

Bluffton 6, Allen East 0

BLUFFTON — Marley Kindle had two goals, Sami Scoles, Riley Eachus and Allison Diller each had a tally, Aubrey Burkholder, Jasi Crawfis, Jordan Schweingruber and Karson Hauenstein each had an assist and Julia Mehaffie made three saves in securing the shutout.

Celina 2, Bath 1

Celina’s Taylor Klingshir and Isabella Duenas and Bath’s Hayden O’Donnell each had a goal.

Delphos Jefferson 4, Fort Jennings 0

DELPHOS — Lillian Baughn made two saves to earn the shutout in goal. The goal scorers were not reported.

Boys soccer

Continental 6,

Lincolnview 1

CONTINENTAL — Rhenn Armey had five goals, Carson Etter had two assists and Monty Rayle had a single tally for Continental. Gavin Evans had Lincolnview’s goal.

Fort Jennings 2,

Temple Christian 1

FORT JENNINGS — Fort Jennings’ Sam Dube and Temple Christian’s Caleb Kiser each had a goal. Fort Jennings’ Jarron Swick had an assist and teammate Owen Dube had two saves. Pioneer counterpart Dawson Clay had 10 saves. One of the Musketeers’ scores was on an own goal.

Miller City 0,

Spencerville 0

MILLER CITY — Spencerville’s Brennan Lehman had seven saves and Miller City counterpart Lane Pester had five.

New Knoxville 3,

Lehman Catholic 0

NEW KNOXVILLE — Jay Schroeder, Andrew Leffel and Jay Waterman each had a goal, Tyler Apgar had a pair of assists and Preston Rutschilling made 11 saves to earn the shutout in goal.

Kalida 1,

Delphos St. John’s 0

Maddix Calvelage had Kalida’s goal on assist by Livia Recker. Kalida’s Kassidy Hipsher had two saves in securing the shutout in goal while DSJ counterpart Evie Vonderwell had 15 saves.

Girls tennis

Lima Central Catholic 5,

Celina 0

Singles players Libby Simmons, Claire Janowski and Alexa Heffner and the doubles teams of Paige Brinkman and Emma Skinner and Maria Pignataro and McKenna Bader all won.

Toledo Central Catholic 5,

Lima Senior 0

LIMA — Lima Senior first singles player Abby Beck’s match went three sets.

Boys golf

Miller City 173, Kalida 174

OTTAWA — Thomas Weis (41), Andrew Weis (43), Will Otto (44) and Caleb Niese (45) combined for the winnng total at par 36 Moose Landings. Kalida’s Connor Nartker was medalist with a 38.

Liberty-Benton 179,

Shawnee 187

SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — Seth Grieshop (44), Matthew Stiles (45) and Evan Jackson (48) led the way for Shawnee at par 36 Shawnee Country Club.

Pandora-Gilboa 193, Columbus Grove 194

Aiden Harris (46), Elan Suter (46), Anna Parkins (50) and Derrick Tedders (51) combined for the winning total. Grove’s Maddox Halker was medalist with a 45.

Fort Recovery 175, Lehman Catholic 181

SIDNEY — Eli Lennertz (41), Isaac LeFevre (43), Keegan Muhlenkamp (44) and Nate Jutte (47) combined for the winning total at par 36 Shelby Oaks.

Girls golf

Ottawa-Glandorf 252,

Kenton 278

OTTAWA — Medalist Claire Vorst (49), Olivia Schnipke (63), Jill Trinko (68) and Ella Niese (72) combined for the winning total at par 36 Pike Run. Claire Ketchum led Kenton with a 66.

Minster 192, Miani East 229

Medalist Katie Heitkamp (44), Ashley Meyer (48), Lauren Heitkamp (49) and Star Weigandt (51) combined for the winning total.


Computer Ratings

COLUMBUS — Marion Local is first in Division VI, Region 24 with Allen East (third) and Parkway (11th) also among the top 16 in the same region. The top 16 schools from each region in the final report Oct. 23 will qualify for the playoffs.

In D-II, Region 8, Lima Senior is 11th. Wapakoneta is sixth and Celina and Elida are ninth and 13th respectively in D-III, Region 12.

In D-IV Region 14, Van Wert is third and St. Marys is eighth.

In D-V, Coldwater is second in Region 18. In D-VI, Region 22,Columbus Grove is eighth.

In D-VII, Waynesfield-Goshen (second), Pandora-Gilboa (eighth), Crestview (10th), Leipsic (13th), Hardin Northern (14th), Lima Central Catholic (15th) and Delphos Jefferson (16th) are all among the top 16 in Region 26.

In D-VII, Region 28, New Bremen (second), Minster (seventh), Fort Recovery (11th) and St. Henry (15th) all are within the top 16 cutoff.

Cross country

Hardin County Meet

Upper Scioto Valley (46) won the boys team title followed by Kenton (51), Hardin Northern (55) and Riverdale (72). USV’s Joe Parker was the race winner in 17 minutes, 36.5 seconds. Kenton was the only school that had enough runners to post a team score in the girls race. Riverdale’s Allison Woodruff was the race winner in 19:55.1.

Waynesfield-Goshen meet

Ridgedale’s Weston Brogan (18:54) and Waynesfield-Goshen’s Sutherland Kyra (25:09) were the boys and girls race winners. W-G was the only school posting team scores in the boys and girls events.


Delphos St. John’s

50 years event

DELPHOS — St. John’s will celebrate 50 years of Blue Jays volleyball before the 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, home match against Kalida in the Robert A. Arnzen Gymnasium.

All former coaches, players and anyone associated with the volleyball program are invited to attend and be honored. Free admission for all DSJ volleyball alumni, who are invited to sign in at the alumni table upon arrival. Entrance is through the breezeway only and doors open at 9:30 a.m.

Temple Christian 3,

Upper Scioto Valley 0

The Pioneers won 25-14, 25-14, 25-6 for coach Tim Acklin’s 100th career victory. Cecelia Worsham had 16 kills, six aces and seven digs, Emily Bontrager had eight assists and three blocks, Hailey Smith had five kills and three blocks, Jessica Holloway had five kills and seven aces, Juliette Kinnear had six digs and Kaylee Linhart had 18 assists for Temple Christian.

St. Henry 3,

New Knoxville 0

NEW KNOXVILLE — The Redskins won 25-12, 25-11, 25-10. Brynn Egbert had six kills and Lauren Wingler had nine digs for the Rangers.

Leipsic 3, Spencerville 0

The Vikings won 25-15, 25-9, 25-11. Alaina Brown had 15 digs, Serenity Siefer had 34 assists, Danaysia Danzy had five aces, 10 digs and six kills, Kasey Brough had 16 kills and Alivia Jones had 11 kills for Leipsic.

Allen East 3,

Delphos Jefferson 0

The Mustangs won 25-6, 26-24, 25-15.

Kenzie Koontz and Soraya Jackson each had 10 kills and Savana Brooks had eight kills and six aces for Allen East.

Findlay 3, Elida 0

The Bulldogs lost 25-15, 25-15, 25-23. Addisyn Freeman had nine kills, Abby Kristoff had six kills and Addysen Sneary had 16 assists for Elida.

Kenton 3, Lima Senior 0

The Wildcats won 25-15, 25-15, 25-10. Brynn Butler had 12 digs, Riley Totten had nine digs, Sadie Larrabee had 10 kills and Macee Heckathorn had seven kills for Kenton.

Crestview 3,

Columbus Grove 0

The Knight’s won 25-14, 25-9, 25-15. Josie Kulwicki had three aces, Ellie Kline had four aces and nine digs, Myia Etzler had 18 kills and five blocks, Cali Gregory had 10 kills and 14 assists and Laci McCoy had six digs for Crestview.

Kylee Longworth had four kills and four blocks, Makailey Bermudez had three kills, four blocks and seven digs and Sage Clement had 10 assists for Grove.

Versailles 3, Minster 0

The Wildcats fell 25-15, 25-15, 25-21. Lilly Barhorst had eight kills, Addi Inskeep had three blocks and Keri Hackman and Macy Prenger each had seven digs for Minster.

Parkway 3,

Delphos St. John’s 0

The Panthers won 27-25, 25-16, 25-20. Laila Sites had seven kills and nine digs; Mia Conley had eight blocks; Madilyn Conley had seven blocks; Grace Moenter had 12 assists and Emma Will had five aces for DSJ.

Miller City 3,

Pandora-Gilboa 0

PANDORA — The Wildcats won 25-15, 25-20, 25-16. Cloe Kuhlman had 12 kills, Morgan Verhoff had 10 kills and four blocks, Tessa Deitering had five kills and five blocks and Josie Otto had 26 assists and four aces for Miller City.

Bluffton 3, Ada 0

BLUFFTON — The Pirates won 25-16, 25-10, 25-16. Ayla Grandey had 16 kills, Kendall Stackhouse had nine kills, Gracie Yarnell had 16 assists and four aces, Olivia Hobensack had 14 assists, Morgan Fruchey had four aces and nine digs, and Avery Talavina had 19 digs for Bluffton. Daicy Robinson had seven kills, Lily Baumgartner had six kills, Courtney Sumner had 23 digs and Autumn Andreasen had 16 assists for Ada.

Marion Local 3,

New Bremen 1

MARIA STEIN — The Flyers won 25-18, 20-25, 25-22, 25-15. Lydia Eifert had 17 digs, Stella Huelsman had nine kills, Lindsey Koenig had seven kills and Natalie Evers had 18 assists and 10 digs for Marion Local.

Perry 3, Elgin 0

The Commodores won 25-18, 25-20, 25-18.

Carlee Dalton had 11 assists, Lexenna Lee had five aces, 15 assists and seven kills, Mary Hoersten had 12 kills and 14 digs and Bryce James had 16 digs for Perry,

Coldwater 3, Fort Recovery 0

COLDWATER — The Cavaliers won 25-13, 25-22, 28-26. Morgan Blasingame had 12 kills and three solo blocks, Mia Knapke had 18 assists and Spencer Etzler had 19 digs for Coldwater.


Women’s golf

OAC recognizes

ONU’s Firmstone

ADA — Ohio Northern sophomore Rhianna Firmstone was named the Ohio Athletic Conference Women’s Golf Player of the Week for the week of Sept. 12-18.

This marks the first career OAC Player of the Week accolade for Firmstone.

She earns the recognition coming off of winning Medalist honors for the first time in her career at the 36-hole Heidelberg Fall Invitational on Friday and Saturday at Mohawk Golf & Country Club.

Firmstone shot a 74-79—153 on the par-72 course to finish first by three strokes in the 60-woman field.

Her first-round 74 matched her career best for 18 holes and ranks fifth all-time at ONU.

Overall, the Polar Bears won the Invitational by 17 strokes, finishing with a 314-315—629 to break the previous 36-hole school record of 639.

The first-round 314 tied the program record for 18 holes.

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