Roundup: Delphos St. John’s wins boys Division III boys golf title

BOWLING GREEN — Delphos St. John’s won Thursday’s Division III boys golf district at Stone Ridge Golf Club to earn a team spot at the state tournament along with Minster and Ottoville.

DSJ finished with a 328 total with Minster (339) second and Ottoville (343) third.

Medalist Jack Gerker (74), Tyce McClain (78), who finished tied for fourth overall, Collin Feathers (82) and Caden Wright (94) contributed to the Blue Jays’ championship total.

Mitchell Bornhorst (81), Louis Magoto (83), Ray Purdy (86) and Nathan Beair (89) posted scores used for Minster’s total.

Grant Leis (80), who tied for ninth individually, Blake Kortokrax (87), Keaton Schnipke (87) and Michael Turnwald (89) had rounds used for Ottoville’s total.

Lima Central Catholic’s Parker Judy (75), who tied for second, and Miller City’s Will Otto (78), who tied for fourth, earned individual state berths.

Marion Local (353) was seventh, Kalida (360) was 11th and Allen East (406) was 17th.

Cole Brunswick (81), Marcus Rethman (84), Brandon Eyink (91) and Grant Kremer (97) combined for Marion Local’s total.

Robert Nartker (83), Jack Stechschulte (89), Kayla Nartker (93) and Ethan Warnecke (95) had rounds used for Kalida’s score.

Levi Clum (91), Donovan Kennedy (101), Jacob Haney (105) and Jalen Johnson (109) had scores used for Allen East’s total.

Delphos Jefferson’s Isaac Gallmeier (81), Leipsic’s Brevin Brandt (87), St. Henry’s Ty Post (89), Waynesfield-Goshen’s Chase Dunson (89) and Hardin Northern’s Justin Thiel (95) competed individually.

Division II district

OREGON — No area players advanced to state with Van Wert’s Keaton Foster (83) tying for 24th, Bath’s Braden Binkley (88) tying for 40th, Ottawa-Glandorf’s Ty Berhoff (89) tying for 43rd and Coldwater’s Nathan Overman (93) 54th behind medalist Cahle Roth (70) from Archbold at par 72 Eagle’s Landing. No area squads qualified for the district.

Girls tennis

Division II sectional

LIMA — Singles quarterfinalists and doubles semifinalists were determined at the University of Northwestern Ohio.

In singles, Shawnee’s Alora Patel, Ava Patel and Rose Kottapalli, Kenton’s Natalia Kaminska, Bluffton’s Brooke Camper, Elida’s Ava Ling, Lima Central Catholic’s Libby Simmons and Van Wert’s Mandy Burenga advanced to the quarterfinals.

The doubles teams of Bath’s Elena Oliver and Ann Oliver, Celina’s Michelle Elston and Lauren Muhlenkamp, Ottawa-Glandorf’s Megan Welch and Mya Inkrott and LCC’s Paige Brinkman and Claire Janowski qualified for districts by reaching the semifinals.

Play is scheduled to resume at 9 a.m. Saturday at UNOH.

Division I sectional

FINDLAY — No area singles players or doubles teams reached the semifinals.

Boys soccer

Shawnee 2, Kenton 0

Austin Miller and Matteo Fusillo each had a goal, Noah Neth had an assist and Jack Tenwalde made three saves to earn the shutout in goal as the Indians clinched the Western Buckeye League championship for the fourth straight year.

Miller City 2, Pettisville 0

Andrew Wagner had a pair of assists and Ethan Barlage and Mason Rieman each had a goal.

Lincolnview 3, Fort Jennings 0

Jackson Evans, Reece Berryman and Corbin Evans each had a goal and Reide Jackson and Austin Bockrath each had an assist.

Temple Christian 2,

Fairlawn 0

Quinten Waters and Alex Patrick each had a goal, Caleb Kiser had an assist and Isaiah Kiser and Dawson Clay combined for the shutout in goal.

Ottawa-Glandorf 2,

Napoleon 0

Jackson Heringhaus had a goal and an assist, Kash Heuerman had a goal, Tyler Hohenbrink contributed an assist and Dave Westrick made eight saves to earn the shutout in goal.

St. Marys 6, Bath 0

BATH TOWNSHIP — AJ Dieringer had two goals and a pair of assists, Easton Craft had a pair of tallies, Quinn Holtzapple had a goal and two assists, Vincent Holtzapple had a goal, Reese Triplett and Bradley Triplett each finished with an assist and Cayden Ballweg got the shutout in goal.

Spencerville 7, LCC 1

Alex Arrellano had the Thunderbirds’ goal. Spencerville’s goal scorers were not reported.

New Knoxville 2, Allen East 1

HARROD — Jay Waterman and Troy Dwenger each ahd a goal, Andrew Leffel and Jay Schroeder each had an assist and Preston Rutschilling had 20 saves for New Knoxville.

Ottawa Hills 2, Bluffton 1

Ben Hartzler had Bluffton’s goal off a Justin Good assist.

Ada 1, Van Buren 1

Carter Conley had Ada’s goal on a Nathan Williams assist. Teamamte Colton Long had six saves.

Wapakoneta 2, Celina 1

Austin Bump had two goals and teammate Kyle Beach contributed an assist.

Girls soccer

Lima Senior 10,

Toledo Waite 0

Gabby Avalos, Alli Fronzaglia and Kaitlyn. Thompson each had two goals and Hailey Hahn, Alyecia Hollon, Aniyah Hollon and Am’briell Nichols each had a tally.

Ottawa Hills 1, Shawnee 0

Shawnee’s Annie Bazzoli had three saves in goal.

Continental 2, Ottoville 1

Makenzie Shock had two goals, one off an Alli Scott assist, and teammate Marissa Becher made eight saves in goal. Jessie Burgei had Ottoville’s goal with Dani Swint providing the assist.

Delta 2, Miller City 0

Miller City’s Liz Otto had four saves in goal.


Versailles 3, New Knoxville 0

VERSAILLES — The Rangers fell 25-16, 25-19, 25-15. Lauren Wingler had 11 kills and Keianna Wellman had six kills for New Knoxville.

Elida 3, Van Wert 0

The Bulldogs won 28-26, 25-12, 25-18

Addisyn Freeman had nine kills and three blocks, Olivia Hollstein had seven kills and Addysen Sneary had 19 assists for Elida.

Leipsic 3, Kalida 0

With the 25-19, 25-21, 25-21 victory, the Vikings moved to 5-0 in the Putnam County League, securing their fifth straight PCL title, which is their 11th in 12 years and 15th in program history.

Alivia Jones had 14 kills and 12 digs, Danaysia Danzy had nine kills, 19 digs and three aces, Serenity Siefer had 38 assists and Alaina Brown had 18 digs for Leipsic.

Malia Romes had 12 kills and five total blocks, Maria Gerding had 22 assists, Whitney Unverferth had 17 digs, Riley Nienberg had 13 digs and Brooke Erhart had five block assists for Kalida.

Bluffton 3,

Columbus Grove 0

The Pirates won 25-20, 25-18, 25-22. Ayla Grandey had 15 kills, Kendall Stackhouse had nine kills, Olivia Hobensack had 15 assists, Gracie Yarnell had 12 assists, Morgan Fruchey had three aces, 12 digs and three blocks and Avery Talavina had 23 digs for Bluffton.

Jaylen Sautter had nine kills and three blocks. Kendal Palte had four kills, Sage Clement had 13 assists and Makailey Bermudez had 25 digs for Grove.

Clay 3, Lima Senior 0

Tillie Nelson had two aces, Makayla Redd had three kills and Mallory Gipson had five assists for Lima Senior.

Allen East 3, Spencerville 0

The Mustangs won 25-17, 25-10, 25-11

Kenzie Koontz had seven kills, Soraya Jackson and Elle Richardson each had six kills and Hannah Williams and Bethany Smith each had five aces for the Mustangs.

Ridgedale 3,

Waynesfield-Goshen 1

The Tigers fell 25-19, 25-17, 23-25, 26-24. Sami Parker had 18 assists, nine kills and four total blocks, Tatelyn Faraglia had 11 assists, 17 kills and 15 digs, Zaria DeLeon had 18 digs, Raegan Hutchison ahd 10 kills and Oliva Turner had 16 digs for W-G.

Fort Recovery 3, Minster 2

The Indians won 27-25, 19-25, 25-19, 23-25, 18-16. Lilly Barhorst had 17 kills and 10 digs, Kayla Lamm had 11 kills and eight total blocks, Megan Fortman had 11 kills, Alayna Prenger had 13 assists and 15 digs, Lyndi Hemmelgarn had 23 digs and Macy Prenger had 12 digs for Minster.

Coldwater 3, Marion Local 0

COLDWATER — The Cavaliers won 25-19, 25-23, 25-11. Jenna Leugers had 12 kills, five aces and 19 assists, Madison Wendel had 11 kills, Spencer Etzler had three aces and 22 digs, Mia Knapke had 16 assists, Morgan Blasingame had 14 digs and five total blocks and Kendra Clune had four total blocks for Coldwater.

Lydia Eifert had 12 digs, Julia Moeller had nine assists, Nora Eckstein had eight digs, Lindsey Koenig had seven kills and Natalie Evers had eight assists for Marion Local.

St. Marys 3, Bath 0

The Roughriders won 25-14, 25-6, 25-9.

Brynn Clark had 14 kills, Lily Rammel had nine digs, 19 assists and four aces, Syerra Greber had had four aces and Sylvia Wiechart had four aces for St. Marys.

Lincolnview 3,

Delphos Jefferson 0

The Lancers won 25-15, 25-19, 25-15. McKayla Blankemeyer had 12 kills and three total blocks, Emma Bowersock had eight kills, Carsyn Looser had eight kills, Kaylyn Gerold had three aces and eight digs, Grace Brickner had 22 digs and Breck Evans had eight digs and 38 assists for Lincolnview.

Crestview 3, LCC 0

The Knights won 25-15, 25-4, 25–19.

Nevaeh Ross had four aces, Laci McCoy had 14 kills, Cali Gregory had 13 kills and 34 assists and Ellie Kline had 10 digs for Crestview.

Hardin Northern 3, Ridgemont 1

The Polar Bears won 25-16, 25-13, 22-25, 25-15.

Ava Hopson had seven aces and 18 digs, Lainey Thomas had seven aces, Kills: Heidi Trachsel had eight kills8) Cadence Coy had seven kills, Cadence Coy had four blocks, Kylee Legge had 23 assists and Alaina Thomas had 15 digs for Hardin Northern.

Ottoville 3, Paulding 2

The Big Green won 25-12, 21-25, 25-15, 21-25, 16-14. Elisa Kramer had three aces, Erica Thorbahn had 40 assists, Elisa Kramer had 27 kills and Jocelyn Langhals had 17 digs for Ottoville.

Shawnee 3, Kenton 2

The Indians won 25-11, 19-25, 21-25, 25-20, 15-3.

Kelly Cooper had 19 kills, Kyra Vermillion had nine kills, Addie Maxwell had 42 assists and Grace Freiberger had 29 digs for Shawnee.