Leipsic spikers down Allen East

High School

Girls Soccer

Notre Dame 9, Lima Senior 0


Leipsic 3, Allen East 1

HARROD — Leipsic won 25-21, 26-28, 26-24 and 25-17, Leipsic’s Kasey Brough had 21 kills and Alivia Jones added 15 kills. Danaysia Danzy had 13 kills, two aces and 16 digs and Alaina Brown made 30 digs and had two aces. Serenity Siefer recorded 57 assists and 12 digs. Marisa Hermiller made nine kills.

Perry 3, Hardin Northern 0

Perry defeats Hardin Northern 25-18, 25-14, 25-19. Perry’s Lexenna Lee had 15 assists, 5 aces, and 8 kills. Carlee Dalton had 5 aces and 12 assists. Bryce James had 13 digs. Rhema Pernell had 8 kills and 3 blocks.

Girls Soccer

Cory-Rawson 8, Ada 1

Cory-Rawson’s Paige McVetta scored four goals and had an assist and Brynn Reese scored a goal and had four assists. Emily Simon and Lanie Kempf scored goals. For Ada Ella Marshall scored a goal. Cory-Rawson keeper Laurey Wittenmyer had six saves and Ada goalie Lexi Poling made 13.

Notre Dame 7, Lima Senior 0

Lima Senior keeper Alli Fronzaglia made 24 saves.

Girls Golf

Correction: Avery Eickholt had the low team score (119) for Delphos Jefferson at Division II sectionals at Moose Landing Tuesday.


Women’s Soccer

Transylvania 3, Bluffton 0

BLUFFTON — The Bluffton University women’s soccer team dropped a 3-0 decision to Transylvania University Wednesday. The Pioneers moved to 4-1-3 overall and 1-0 in the HCAC, while Bluffton slipped to 1-6-1 and 0-1 in the league on Strike Out Cancer Day at Alumni Field.

Transy and Bluffton went back and forth for nearly 35 minutes before Audrey Rawls connected with Isabella White for the only score in the first half. The Beavers conceded two tallies in the first five minutes of period two and that put a wrap on the scoring as Transy headed back to Kentucky with a convincing 3-0 victory.

Bluffton was on the wrong side of a 21-8 shot discrepancy. Transy placed 10 of their attempts on frame, compared to six for the Beavers. The Pioneers forced nine of the 10 corner kicks Wednesday night, while Bluffton was whistled for four of the six fouls.

Senior Nina McGinn (Marion/Harding) ripped four of Bluffton’s eight shots. Sophomore Brielle Collier (Anna) came away with seven saves.

Cross Country

ONU women ranked

ADA — The Ohio Northern women’s cross country team is ranked No. 31 nationally in the latest USTFCCCA NCAA Division III National Coaches Poll, which was released on Wednesday.

The Polar Bears (33-1 overall) received 38 points in the poll and moved up two spots from the Week 2 poll.

SUNY Geneseo remains No. 1 in the poll with 350 points and all 10 first-place votes. Wartburg (Iowa) is second with 340 points, and Chicago (Ill.) is third with 326 points.

The Polar Bears are coming off a second-place finish of 25 teams at the Rochester (N.Y.) Invitational on Sept. 17. Fifth-year senior Tessa Pitcovich (Stow/Stow-Munroe Falls) led the way, placing fifth of 262 runners overall with a time of 23:07 on the 6,000-meter course.