FINDLAY — The Lima Senior girls earned the team title Friday night at the Three Rivers Athletic Conference Championship Meet in track and field.
The Spartans finished with 122 points with Whitmer finishing second with 108.5 points in the eight-team field.
Lima Senior’s Suerethia Henderson won the 100, 200 and 400 and was a member of the winning 400 relay team along with Itayia Harris, Elyse Kelley and Corion McDonald-Gordon.
Lima Senior’s Briana Wright won the discus and the shot put, Harris won the 300 hurdles, and McDonald-Gordon was second in the 100 and 200 and Deji’ona Shurelds Simpson was second in the 400.
The Spartans were also first in the 800 relay (Shurelds Simpson, McDonald-Gordon, Ka’Niyah Stevens and Elyse Kelley) and the 1,600 relay (Stevens, India Benton, Shurelds Simpson and Kelley).
Henderson was named Female Track Athlete of the Year, Wright was named Female Field Athlete of the Year and Emmanuel Curtis was selected as the Coach of the Year.
The Lima Senior boys were eighth in the team standings.
Wapakoneta 3, St. Marys 0
WAPAKONETA — The trio of Joel Roedger, Manny Vorhees and Gage Schank allowed four hits and a walk while striking out 11 in seven innings. Don Goodes had a triple, a double and two RBI and Jett Maker doubled for Wapak, which will play Bryan, a 4-1 winner against Shawnee, at 2 p.m. Thursday at Patrick Henry. Clay Quellhorst doubled for St. Marys.
Bowling Green 2, Van Wert 1
BOWLING GREEN — Van Wert’s Hayden Maples allowed five hits and two walks while striking out six in six innings.
Ottawa-Glandorf 5, Lakota 0
GLANDORF — Winning pitcher Chase Schrieber allowed one hit and a walk while striking out nine. He also had two hits as did Grant Fuerst. O-G will play Fort Recovery at 4 p.m. Thursday at Elida.
Fort Recovery 10, Fostoria 0
FORT RECOVERY — Winning pitcher Nick Thwaits allowed three hits and no walks while striking out nine in five innings. He also had a hit and two RBI. Ben Homan and Ian Homan each had two hits and three RBI, Riley Post had two hits and two RBI and Will Homan had two hits also for Fort Recovery.
Coldwater 5, Paulding 1
COLDWATER — Winning pitcher Cole Frilling allowed one run, three hits and three walks while striking out nine in six innings. Nathan Grunden had two hits and two RBI, Jacob Wenning had two hits and an RBI and Austin Riethman had a hit and two RBI also for the host Cavaliers, who will play Van Buren at 2 p.m. Thursday at Elida. Cole Heller doubled and had an RBI for Paulding.
Columbus Grove 2
COLUMBUS GROVE — Drake Mertz and Kale Lee each had two hits for Spencerville.
Miller City 5, Wayne Trace 1
MILLER CITY — Winning pitcher Mark Kuhlman allowed two hits and a walk while striking out six in seven innings. Cole Niese had a double and an RBI for Miller City.
Wapakoneta 9, Shawnee 4
WAPAKONETA — Mallory Liles homered and had two RBI, Taylor West had three hits and two RBI and Savannah Oen and Lexi Jacobs each had two hits and an RBI for Wapak, which will play Defiance, a 6-5 winner against Celina, at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the University of Northwestern Ohio. Molly Bollinger had two hits, including a triple, and Laken George had a triple and an RBI for Shawnee.
Napoleon 3, Bath 2
NAPOLEON — Kennedi Sullivan doubled for Bath in the 10-inning contest.
Paulding 5, Bluffton 4
PAULDING — Gabbie Stallbaum had two hits and tow RBI, Asia Arellano had two hits and an RBI and Grace Tuttle had two hits for Paulding, which will play against Fairview at 5 p.m. Tuesday at Bath. Katie Prater had two hits, including a home run, and three RBI and Averey Rumer had two hits for Bluffton.
Fairview 19, Allen East 6
SHERWOOD — Lakin Basham tripled and Olivia Lawrence and Kristin Whitley doubled for Allen East.
Liberty-Benton 9, Crestview 7
FINDLAY — Bailey Gregory had three hits, including two triples, and three RBI and Caitlin O’Hagan had three hits for Crestview.
Leipsic 15, Ottoville 5
LEIPSIC — Caitlin Flick had three hits, including a triple, and two RBI, Mckenna Nunez had three hits and three RBI and Aarial Valdez had two hits and two RBI for Leipsic. Karie Ladd had two hits for Ottoville.
Ohio Northern 1,
Case Western Reserve 0
NOTRE DAME, Ind. — Kirsten Lightel threw a 6-hitter in the first game of the NCAA III Regional at the Purcell Athletic Fields.
The Polar Bears (31-9 overall) advance in the winner’s bracket at 11 a.m. today and will face No. 19-ranked Saint Mary’s (Ind.), which defeated Mount Aloysius (Pa.) 6-1.
Marietta 2, ONU 0
WESTERVILLE — No. 25-ranked Marietta eliminated Ohio Northern from the Ohio Athletic Conference Tournament at Fishbaugh Field.
The Polar Bears fall to 27-15 overall, while the Pioneers improve to 27-15.
Luke Klinehoffer led the ONU attack, going 2-for-4 at the plate.
Anderson 5, Bluffton 4
FRANKLIN, Ind. — Bluffton’s season came to an end, but not before the Beavers (21-18) became the first baseball team in school history to make the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference tournament.
Adam Duncan had two hits and two RBI and Reid Maus had two hits, including a triple for Bluffton.
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