Roundup: Columbus Grove wins D-VI football regional

Columbus Grove 34,

Columbia 0

CLYDE — Columbus Grove landed a Division VI regional football championship with a 34-0 victory Saturday night against Columbia.

Trenton Barraza had 18 carries for 140 yards and three touchdowns and Shep Halker had a TD run and connected on a pair of field goals.

The Bulldogs (12-2) advanced to play Marion Local (14-0) at 7 p.m. Saturday at Spartan Stadium in Lima.

Division VII

New Bremen 24,

Fort Loramie 0

SIDNEY — David Homan had 30 carries for 159 yards and a score and Hunter Schaefer had 24 carries for 143 yards and a pair of touchdowns as the Cardinals advanced (11-3) advanced to play Lima Center Catholic at 7 p.m. Saturday at Wapakoneta.

Division IV

Glenville 42, Van Wert 33

TIFFIN — Aidan Pratt had a pair of TD runs and completed 20 of 40 pass attempts for 247 with touchdown throws to Nate Phillips, Conner Campbell and Brylen Parker for the Cougars, who finished their season at 12-2.

Girls basketball

Bluffton holiday tournament

BLUFFTON — The host Pirates defeated Allen East 55-52 to win the Lewis Family McDonald’s Holiday Tournament championship.

Tournament MVP Samantha Scoles had 23 points and Kendal Giesige scored 10 for Bluffton. Savana Brooks had 21 points and Rilynn Jones scored 19 for Allen East. Giesige, Brooks and Jones joined Scoles on the all-tournament team along with Bluffton’s Ayla Grandey, Cory-Rawson’s Makayla Gillfillan and Arlington’s Brooklyn Smith.

Cory-Rawson defeated Arlington 56-37 in the consolation game.

Kewpee Tip-Off Classic

BATH TOWNSHIP — The host Wildkittens held a 25-7 advantage after the first quarter on their way to defeating Bryan 57-43 in the championship game. Rachel Clark (17), Anne Oliver (15) and Claire Foust (11) each scored in double digits and Elena Oliver had nine points and 13 rebounds for Bath.

Marion Local defeated Versailles 42-39 in the consolation game.

Other games

St. Henry 41, Spencerville 39

SPENCERVILLE — The Redskins survived being outscored 15-3 in the fourth quarter. Leah Lefeld had eight points and Jalynn Everman scored seven for St. Henry. Heidi Keller had 15 points and Kirsten Wurst scored 10 for the Bearcats.

Kenton 52, LCC 46

LIMA — Tatum Miller (15), Ali Harpel (11), Macee Heckathorn (10) and Olivia Nolting (10) each scored in double digits for the visiting Wildcats. Kiegh Macklin had 16 points and Olivia Stolly scored 15 for Lima Central Catholic.

Fort Jennings 51,

Antwerp 46

FORT JENNINGS — Maggie Pothast had 17 points and Autumn Calvelage scored 10 for the host Musketeers.

Vandalia Butler 44,

St. Marys 32

NEW MADISON — Cora Rable had 10 points and Morgan Hesse scored nine for St. Marys at the Lady Patriots Season Opening event at Tri-Village High School.

Upper Scioto Valley 45,

Vanlue 43

MCGUFFEY — Navaeh Lowery had 13 points to lead USV.

Findlay 62, Elida 45

FINDLAY — No Elida individual scoring information was reported by deadline.

Lincolnview 52, Continental 28

CONTINENTAL — Emerson Walker had 13 points and Carsyn Looser scored 11 for the visiting Lancers. Bryn Tegenkamp had 10 points for the Pirates.

Parkway 42, Lehman Catholic 24

SIDNEY — Gabrielle Stober had 2o points and Allison Hughes scored eight for Parkway.

Indian Lake 64, Waynesfield-Goshen 34

WAYNESFIELD — Tatelyn Faraglia had 15 points and Taylor Spencer scored nine for W-G.

Boys bowling

Coldwater 3,333,

Lincolnview 2,278

Austin Burden had the high game (268) and two-game series (503) for Coldwater. Teammate Hayden Beougher had a 256 game.

Girls bowling

Coldwater 2,557,

Lincolnview 1,976

Jasmine Schulze had the high game (199) and two-game series (387) for Coldwater. Teammte Julie Bertke had a 386 series.


Men’s soccer

Williams 1,

Ohio Northern 0

GAMBIER —Ohio Northern men’s soccer team fell to Williams (Mass.) in the third round of the NCAA Division III Tournament at Mavec Field on the campus of Kenyon College.

The Polar Bears end their season with an overall record of 13-4-5, while the Ephs improve to 8-1-11 and advance to Sunday’s national quarterfinals.

Saturday’s game marked the second time Northern had been shut out all season.

Women’s cross country

Pitcovich finishes 81st

EAST LANSING, Mich. — Ohio Northern’s Tessa Pitcovich finished 81st out of 293 runners at the NCAA Division III Championships at the Forest Akers Golf Course at Michigan State in 23 minutes, 14 seconds.

After the race, Pitcovich was recognized as an Elite 90 Award winner. The award is given to the student/athlete with the highest GPA competing at each of the 90 NCAA Championships events each year.

Women’s basketball

UNOH 81,

Sienna Heights 70 (2 OT)

LIMA — The University of Northwestern Ohio (3-3, 2-2 Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference) outscored Siena Heights (5-1, 3-1).

Jada Haines (30), Ana Montero Sanz (17) and Alysia Lawson (11) each scored in double digits and Kalea Kruser pulled down 12 rebounds for the Racers.

Men’s basketball

Siena Heights 69, UNOH 68

LIMA — Hunter Bode (20), Lima Central Catholic graduate Biggz Johnson (17) and Mohamad Kraidly (10) each scored in double digits for UNOH.

Wooster 72, ONU 57

WOOSTER — Wapakoneta grad Adam Scott had 13 points and C.J. Napier scored nine for ONU.

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