Roundup: Delphos St. John’s girls finish second at cross country competition

Cross country

Minster Classic

MINSTER — Delphos St. John’s (84 points) finished second behind Versailles (29) in the girls high school race followed by Bellefontaine (89), St. Marys (112), Minster (118), Coldwater (132) and Fort Loramie (138). New Knoxville did not have enough runners for a team total.

Cady Donaldson of Delphos St. John’s was fifth behind race winner Grace Brown from Bellefontaine. St. Marys’ Camila Anderson was seventh and Brezlyn Rohr from DSJ and New Knoxville’s Ariyah Pfenning were ninth and 10th respectively.

Girls Results

Team Scores: 1. Versailles 29, 2. St. John’s 84, 3. Bellefontaine 89, 4. St. Marys 112, 5. Minster 118, 6. Coldwater 132, 7. Ft. Loramie 138.

Race Winner/Area Finishers in the Top 25: 1. Grace Brown (B) 19:19.8, 5. Cady Donaldson (DSJ) 21:11.1, 7. Camila Anderson (SM) 21:31.2, 9. Brezlynn Rohr (DSJ) 21:43.3, 10. Ariyah Pfenning (New Knoxville) 21:54.2, 11. Lauren Schloemer (SM) 21:57.2, 12. Audrey Alig (C) 22:16.1, 14. Breann Mathewson (C) 22:34.7, 18. Caire Martz (DSJ) 22:53.8, 21. Josephine Hoying (Min) 23:04.6.

Complete girls race results

Bellefontaine (39) won the boys team title followed by Versailles (48), Minster (55), Coldwater (113), St. Marys (142), Fort Loramie (167) and Delphos St. John’s (168). New Knoxville did not have enough runners for a team total.

Minster’s Ryan Halpin and Jack Grieshop, Coldwater’s Mason Ayers and Minster’s Nick Prenger were third through sixth respectively behind race winner Tony Stewart from Bellefontaine.

Boys Results

Team Scores: 1. Bellefontaine 39, 2. Versailles 48, 3. Minster 55, 4. Coldwater 113, 5. St. Marys 142, 6. Ft. Loramie 167, 7. Delphos St. John’s 168.

Race Winner/Area Finishers in the Top 25: 1. Tony Stewart (B) 16:08.8, 3. Ryan Halpin (Min) 16:35.0, 4. Jack Grieshop (Min) 16:40.8, 5. Mason Ayers (C) 16:52.6, 6. Nick Prenger (Min) 16:54.5, 16. Ray Walter (SM) 17:59.6, 18. Gavin Luebke (SM) 18:09.9, 20. Josh Schoen (C) 18:10.5, 23. Collin Cedarleaf (Min) 18:27.6.

Complete boys race results

Waynesfield-Goshen Night Meet

WAYNESFIELD — Wapakoneta won the boys and girls team titles.

The Wapak boys finished with 29 points followed by Cory-Rawson (45) and W-G (49)

Wapak’s Cash Schadl was the race winner with W-G’s Damian Carter and Noah Dotson second and fourth respectively.

The Wapak girls had 28 points followed by W-G (30) and C-R (70)

Wapak’s Kenzie Schneider and Lillith Lautzenheiser and W-G’s Abby Dulebohn, Anna Brodman and Cassidy Bigelow finishing first through fifth respectively.

Complete meet results

Friendship Invitational

CEDARVILLE — Shawnee’s Noah Wiliams finished third behind race winner Paul Dumont from Milford as the Indians (194) finished eighth behind team champ Thomas Worthington (69).

Shawnee’s Jenna Stump finished fifth in the girls Division I race as the Indians (227) finished ninth behind team champ West Liberty-Salem (64).

Complete invitational results

West Noble Invitational

LIGONIER, Ind. — The Crestview boys finished 17th among the 26 schools that post team scores. Lincoln Smith led the Knights with a 59th place finish.

Complete invitational results

Boys golf

Nate Niekamp Invitational

Minster won the team title with a 315 total at the par 72 Mercer County Elks with Russia (324), Delphos St. John’s (325), Shawnee (336), Marion Local (339), Coldwater (340), Botkins (342), Fort Loramie (345) and Fort Loramie and St. Henry (349 each) also finishing in the top 10.

Louis Magoto (73), Jack Meyer (78), Bryce Prenger (78) and Tyler Stueve (86) combined for Minster’s winning total.

Collin Feathers was medalist with a 70 with Coldwater’s Ben Giere (71), Magoto, Botkins’ Ross Dietz (75), Marion Local’s Adam Schwieterman (75), Russia’s Jude Counts (76), DSJ’s Tyce McClain (77), Meyer, Prenger and Botkins’ JJ Meyer, Coldwater’s Braxton Howell and Fort Loramie’s Beau Schafer (79 each) also finishing in the top 10.

Celina’s Nick Steinbrunner (80), Shawnee’s Seth Grieshop (81), Fort Recovery’s Reece LeFevre (83), St. Henry’s Ty Post (83), St. Marys’ Brennan Steger (86), Parkway’s Eli Schumm (92), New Bremen’s Brady Buckle (98) and New Knoxville’s John Gabel (98) had the low rounds for their respective schools.


Team Scores: 1. Minster 315, 2. Russia 324, 3. Delphos St. John’s 325, 4. Shawnee 336, 5. Marion Local 339, 6. Coldwater 340, 7. Botkins 342, 8. Ft. Loramie 345, 9. Lehman & St. Henry 349, 11. Versailles 357, 12. Ft. Recovery 359, 13. St. Marys 362, 14. Greenville 365, 15. Anna 370, 16. Celina 391, 17. Parkway 393, 18. New Bremen 416, 19. New Knoxville 493.

Medalist: Collin Feathers (DSJ) 70.

Area individual scores used for team totals

Minster: Louis Magotao 73, Jack Meyer & Bryce Prenger 78, Tyler Stueve 86.

Delphos St. John’s: Collin Feathers 70, Tyce McClain 77, Will Parker 86, Ashton Milligan 92.

Shawnee: Seth Grieshop & Matthew Owen 81, Evan Jackson 82, Matthew Stiles 92.

Marion Local: Adam Schwieterman 75, Marcus Rethman 82, Grant Kremer 89, Austin Niekamp 93.

Coldwater: Ben Giere 71, Braxton Howell 79, Zach Diller 90, Drew Eyink 100.

St. Henry: Ty Post 83, Zach Rindler 85, Josh Rindler 87, Emmitt Labrun 94.

Ft. Recovery: Reece LeFevre 83, Keegan Muhlenkamp 90, Alex Dues 92, Matthew Romer 94.

St. Marys: Brennan Steger 86, Braylon Lampert 88, Blake Dingldine 91, Kadin Behr 97.

Celina: Nick Steinbrunner 80, Lennon Cisco 86, Cayden Hirsch 101, Jackson Ly 124.

Parkway: Eli Schumm 92, Rylan Lyons 96, Evan Kimmel 102, Mason Schumm 103.

New Bremen: Brady Buckle 98, Bryce Voress 103, James Nelson 104, Henry Nelson 111.

New Knoxville: John Gabel 98, Silas Stiles 124, Nathan Putman 132, Jett Rottger 139.

Complete tournament results

Division II NW Ohio District Preview

OREGON — Ottawa-Glandorf (323) was sixth and Van Wert (329) was eighth behind team winner Archbold (305) at par 72 Eagles Landing.

O-G’s Ty Verhoff and Tyler Heckman (80 each) and Van Wert’s Keaton Foster (76) had the low rounds for their respective schools.


at Eagles Landing (par 72)

Team Scores: Archbold 305, Ottawa Hills 306, Liberty-Benton 311, Shelby 314, Galion 322, Ottawa-Glandorf 323, Old Fort 330, Van Wert 329, Genoa 342, Central Catholic 353, Swanton 357, Upper Sandusky 357, Van Buren 394

Medalist: Cahle Roth (A) 69

Area individual scores used for team totals

Ottawa-Glandorf: Ty Verhoff 80, Tyler Heckman 80, Grant Leopold 81, Justin Yeager 82

Van Wert: Keaton Foster 76, Sam Houg 77, Griffin McCracken 80, Carter Wright 96

Boys soccer

Elida 3, LCC 0

Gabe Adcock, Maddux Bell and Xavier Doyle each had a goal, Eben Jackson had two assists and Mario Alvarez had an assist. Lima Central Catholic’s Camilo Bustos had 13 saves.

St. Marys 3, Spencerville 1

Doug Ruppert had two goals and teammate Aiden Jeffries had a single tally. Cody Birt had two assists, Doug Ruppert had one save and Landon Klaus had a pair of saves also for the Roughriders.

New Knoxville 2, Lehman Catholic 0

Troy Dwenger had both goals with Jay Schroeder and Nathanial Stammen each with an assist and Preston Rutschilling finishing with six saves in earning the shutout in goal.

Kenton 1, Bluffton 1

Micah Bowman had Kenton’s goal.

Girls soccer

Bluffton 6, Kenton 1

Aubrey Burkholder had two goals and an assist, Mya McDoogle had two goals, Ella Armstrong had a goal and an assist, Lilly Dagani had a goal and Blair Utendorf had an assist for the Pirates. Kinze Sprang had Kenton’s goal. Bluffton’s Kynzie Ewing had three saves.

Kalida 12, Cory-Rawson 0

Allie Kuhlman and Cam Recker had two goals each and Audra Hovest, Ady Miller, Alex Gardner, Nicole Siebeneck, Kaylyn Bockrath, Lauren Laudick, Gabrielle Brinkman and Katherine Bendele each had a single tally.

Miller, Gardner, Kuhlman, Hovest, Hannah Basinger, Nataly Calvelage and Hannah Bendele each had an assist.

Miller City 6, Coldwater 1

Anna Niese and Danica Ehlers each had two goals and Scarlett King and Ava Ruck had one tally each for Miller City.

Ehlers had two assists and King, Niese and teammates Isabelle Reyna and Hailey Warnimont had one each.

Liberty Center 4, Continental 1

Makenzie Shock had Continental’s goal on an assist by Morgan Shock.

Ottawa-Glandorf 7, Archbold 0

Myka Aldrich had two goals and Megan Horstman, Mackenzie Recker, Emma Heringhaus, Makenna Siefker and Marissa Brown each had a goal, Bri Douglass had two assists and Delaney Duling, Mackenzie Recker and Katelyn Reed each had an assist and Karsyn Erford had a save to earn the shutout in goal.

Elida 4, Delphos St. John’s 1

JoJo Knight had three goals and teammate Lexie Good had a single tally. Julia Thomas and Marah Bell each had an assist and Leah Ramirez had four saves also for the Bulldogs.

Wapakoneta 4, Botkins 2

No other information was reported about this match.

Girls tennis

Archbold 3, Bluffton 2

Singles player Brooke Camper and the doubles team of Genevieve Gatchel and Ava McCamery won for Bluffton.


Crestview 3, Kalida 0

The Knights won 25-15, 25-14, 25-10. Josie Kulwicki had three aces, Adelyn Figley had 13 kills, Cali Gregory had nine kills and 20 assists, Emily Lichtle had 12 assists, Ellie Kline had 10 digs, Kaci Gregory had seven digs, Myia Etzler had four blocks and Haley McCoy had three blocks for Crestview.

Riley Nienberg had six kills and three block assists, Olivia Meyer had six kills, Maria Gerding had 20 assists, Whitney Unverferth had nine digs and Madison Unverferth had 12 digs for Kalida.

Continental 3, Hilltop 2

The Pirates won 25-23, 18-25, 25-23, 20-25, 15-7.

Delaney Bowers had 18 kills and 23 digs, Kenzie Searfoss had 15 digs, Teaghan McDougle had 36 assists and 11 digs, Rhaegan Marshall had 15 kills, Aislynn Noffsinger had 17 digs and Macie Clemens had 11 kills and four block assists for Continental.

Shawnee 3, Lincolnview 0

The Indians won 28-26, 25-21, & 25-22.

Kelly Cooper had 21 kills, Karleigh Hutchins had 10 kills. Mackenzie Brickner had seven kills. Addie Maxwell contributed 44 assists and Grace Frieberger finished with 24 digs for Shawnee.

Emma Bowersock had 14 kills and 10 digs, Beth Hughes had 11 kills, 13 digs, four aces and five total blocks, Brooklyn Byrne had nine total blocks, Allie Miller had 26 digs, Ashlyn Price had 10 digs and 30 assists for Lincolnview.

Findlay 3, Elida 1

The Bulldogs fell 25-17, 21-25, 25-22, 25-15.

Addysen Sneary had 26 assists , four blocks and five kills, Abby Kristoff had 13 kills and Delaney Miller had 25 digs and four aces for Elida.

Cory-Rawson Invitational

Ada fell 25-23, 15-25, 10-25 to Van Buren in the championship match.

Autumn Andreasen had 16 assists and 13 digs, Jenna Bassitt had 13 digs, Josie Phillips had 11 digs, Tessa Griffith 10 digs,

Daicy Robinson had six kills and Anna Conley had six kills for Ada.

The Bulldogs opened the invitational with a 25-12, 25-8 win against Temple Christian.

Andreasen had 11 assists and five digs, Griffith had seven digs and teammate Jenna Bassitt had six digs.

Brooklyn Marshall had two aces, two kills and three assists for Temple Christian

Ada then defeated Holgate 21-25, 25-20, 25-21 in the semifinals.

Andreasen had 29 assists, reaching 1,000 for her career, and 15 digs, Conley had nine kills, Bassitt had 32 digs, Griffith had 18 digs and Phillips had 10 digs. Mariah King had nine kills and Alyssa Madison had 10 digs also for the Bulldogs.

Temple Christian finished eighth, falling 25-12, 25-19 to North Baltimore and 25-12, 25-13 to Arcadia.

Against North Baltimore, Marshall had three kills and five assists and Tatum Stone and Emily Ketcham each had two kills.

Against Arcadia, Marshall had six assists and Emily Ketcham had two kills

Bellefontaine 3, Kenton 1

The Wildcats fell 25-21, 25-12, 15-25, 25-20.

Cailyn Hopkins had 10 kills, Macee Heckathorn had eight kills and four blocks. Sadie Larabee had seven kills and five blocks, Mya Good had nine digs and Brynn Butler had 18 digs. for Kenton.

Miller City 2, Wayne Trace 0

The Wildcats won 25-11, 25-19. Morgan Verhoff had 11 kills, Savanna Niese had six kills, Jose Otto had 24 assists and six digs and Libby Erford had seven digs for Miller City.

Miller City 2, Toledo Christian 0

The Wildcats won 25-8, 25-9.

Verhoff had nine kills, Niese had eight kills, Otto had 22 assists, Erford had eight digs and teammate Taylor Michel had three aces.

Allen East wins twice

Allen East defeated Bath 25-15, 25-16 and Northwood 25-16, 25-9.


Allen County Tournament

Doubles champions were crowned in the Allen County tournament.

in the men’s 3.0-3.5 skill event, Findlay’s Cody Ohnmeiss and Richard Schrock were first-place gold medal winners. Kevin Kitchen from Boca Raton, Florida, and Keith Hill from Middle Point won silver and Michael Bishop from Tiffin and Zach Bishop from Fremont won bronze.

In the men’s 4.0 skill competition, Scott Keck from Continental and Mohammad Shalash from Columbus won gold, Lima’s Joe Janowski and Wapakoneta’s Colin Webb won silver and Ohio City’s Rick Sutton and Ada’s Dexter Woods Jr. won bronze.

In the women’s 3.0 and under and 3.5 skill competition, Findlay’s Kimberly Tawney and Kimberly Murtha won gold, Celina’s Brigette Cron and St. Marys’ Cheryl Walter won silver and Tiffin’s Jana Loy and Findlay’s Sondra Risner won bronze.

Mixed doubles competition is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. Sunday.

Complete tournament results

Saturday’s results

Girls Soccer

Bluffton 6, Kenton 1

Goals: Aubrey Burkholder (B) 2, Mya McDoogle (B) 2, Lilly Dagani (B) 1, Ella Armstorng (B) 1, Kinze Sprang (K) 1.

Assists: Aubrey Burkholder (B) 1, Ella Armstrong (B) 1, Blair Utendorf (B) 1.

Shots on Goal: Bluffton 15, Kenton 4.

Saves: Kynzie Ewing (B) 3, Ruby Styer (K) 9.

Kalida 12, Cory-Rawson 0

Goals: Allie Kuhlman 2, Cam Recker 2, Audra Hovest 1, Ady Miller 1, Alex Gardner 1, Nicole Siebeneck 1, Kaylyn Bockrath 1, Lauren Laudick 1, Gabrielle Brinkman 1, Katherine Bendele 1.

Assists: Ady Miller 1, Alex Gardner 1, Allie Kuhlman 1, Audra Hovest 1, Hannah Basinger 1, Nataly Calvelage 1, Hannah Bendele 1.

Shots on Goal: Kalida 29, Cory Rawson 0.

Records: Kalida 4-3-3, Cory-Rawson 0-7-0.

Liberty Center 4, Continental 1

Goals: Calleigh Stoner (LC) 1, Tatum Oberhasuer (LC) 1, Quinn Bailey (LC) 1, Kylie Pinson (LC) 1, Makenzie Shock (C) 1.

Assists: Calleigh Stoner (LC) 2, Morgan Shock (C) 1.

Shots on Goal: Liberty Center 9, Continental 8.

Saves: Maddie Sattler (LC) 8, Makenzie Niese (C) 5.

Record: Continental 4-5.