BATH TOWNSHIP — Corbin Fingerle scored both goals as Elida defeated Bath 2-0 in boys soccer Thursday night.
LCC 8, Spencerville 0
SPENCERVILLE — Ben Brinkman had three goals, Xanan Ruiz had two and Josiah Simpson, Skyler Corso and Michael Briggs had one each. Trey Horstman contributed two assists and Jack Zerante got the shutout in goal.
Jackson Center 6, Allen East 1
HARROD — Gavin Booser had three goals and Allen East’s Ethan Grant and Jackson Center’s Parker Morris, Trevor Sosby and Clay Akers had one each.
Kalida 1, Fort Jennings 0
KALIDA — Evan Roebke scored the match’s only goal and Brayden Recker got the shutout in goal.
Ada 11 Old Fort 1
ADA — Logan Williams and Chris Reyes had three goals each, Nate Allen and Jacob Poling each had two goals and Miguel Jordan scored one for Ada. Reyes and Noah Pinkney each had two assists.
St. Marys 3, Ottawa-Glandorf 0
GLANDORF — Evan Vogel had two goals and Howie Spencer scored one. Luke Vondrell made 10 saves to earn the shutout in goal.
Wayne Trace 3, Spencerville 0
SPENCERVILLE — The Bearcats fell 25-13, 25-18, 25-12. Emily Stumbaugh had five kills and Abby Satterfield and Julie Mulholland had four each for the hosts.
Miller City 3, Patrick Henry 2
MILLER CITY — The Wildcats won 27-25, 11-25, 25-23, 25-22. Adrienne Kuhlman had eight kills and 27 digs, Brittany Kuhlman had 22 digs and 13 assists and Abbey Schroeder had 30 digs for Miller City.
Kalida 3, Van Wert 0
Tori Niese had 12 kills and nine digs, Morgan Mock had 10 kills and 11 digs and Tara Gerding had 32 assists for Kalida.
Leipsic 3, Pandora-Gilboa 0
LEIPSIC — The Vikings won 25-10, 25-9, 25-14. Hayley Heitmeyer had 17 kills and four blocks, Kierra Meyer had nine kills, 16 digs, two aces and four blocks, Kacey Dulle had 18 digs and four aces and Lyndie Hazelton had 18 assists for the hosts. Addilyn Diller had 16 assists, Paige Fenstermaker had nine kills and two blocks and Madison Hovest had nine digs for P-G.
Wayne Trace 3, Spencerville 0
Team scores: 25-13, 25-18, 25-12
Spencerville leaders: Abby Satterfield 4 kills, 1 ace, Emily Stumbaugh 5 kills
Shawnee 1, Liberty-Benton 1
FINDLAY — Rachel Russ scored Shawnee’s goal and teammate Grace O’Connor made 16 saves in goal.
Allen East 9, Delphos Jefferson 1
DELPHOS — Julia Meyer and Ally Richardson had two goals each and Allen East’s Sophia Silone, Kinsey Helser, Madison Houston, Lakin Basham and Gabby Scott and Delphos Jefferson’s Emily Bitsberger each had one. Meyer also had three assists.
Bath 164, Ottawa-Glandorf 175
OTTAWA — Isaiah Bolon (37), Hunter Iiames (41), Jeremiah Bolon (43) and Andrew Cook (43) combined for the winning scores at Pike Run. O-G’s Austin Radcliff was medalist with a 1-over-par 36.
St. Marys 5, Kenton 0
ST. MARYS — Singles players Clare Caywood, Jillian Wine and Jen Brown and the doubles teams of Kara Danaher and Allie Vanderhorst and Grace Dicke and Bailey Lininger all won matches.
Bath 3, Defiance 2
BATH TOWNSHIP — Singles players Charis Barnes and Ruby Bolon and the doubles team of Regan Canter and Fayme Ghandi won for Bath.
Lima Central Catholic 5,
Lima Senior 0
LIMA — Singles players Ally Oravitz, Morgan Chaney and Megan Sealis and the doubles teams of Kenya Manley and Anna Kahle and Nicole Patricio-Agosto and Aizlynn Blythe all won matches.
Wapakoneta 5, Elida 0
ELIDA — Singles players Makayla Schroeder, Madison Schroeder and Lauren Snider and the doubles teams of Ellie Schroer and Madison Snider and Casey Minnig and Alyssa Good all won matches.
Shawnee 5, Van Wert 0
VAN WERT — Singles players Alotus Wei, Aria Patel and Kunmi Ojo and the doubles teams of Katie Clark and Sanjana Rajasekaun and Marley Evans and Ella Atkinson all won matches.
Shawnee 165, Wapakoneta 168
SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — Medalist Keaton McKinley (38), Sam Reed (39), Jake Hutchins (44) and Justin Behnke (44) combined for the winning score at Shawnee Country Club. Logan Miller, Dusty Haggard, Tanner Sweede and Dylan Timmerman each shot 42 for Wapak.
St. Henry 166, Delphos St. John’s 180
Medalist Ryan Grieshop (40), Kyle Naumann (41), Jack Romer (41) and Reed Koesters (44) combined for the winning score. Grant Csukker led St. John’s with a 41.
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