Roundup: Lincolnview wins NWC boys golf matchup


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Lincolnview’s Ryan Moody watches as his ball heads for the first green during Wednesday’s match against Delphos Jefferson and Allen East at Delphos Country Club. Levi A. Morman | The Lima News

Lincolnview’s Ryan Moody watches as his ball heads for the first green during Wednesday’s match against Delphos Jefferson and Allen East at Delphos Country Club. Levi A. Morman | The Lima News


DELPHOS — Lincolnview produced the low team score Wednesday against Northwest Conference foes Delphos Jefferson and Allen East in a boys golf match at Delphos Country Club.

Ryan Moody (41), Jaden Youtsey (41), Reece Farmer (43) and Zane Miller (48) combined for the Lancers’ team total of 173. Led by medalist Logan Gallmeier’s 36, Delphos Jefferson finished with a 178 total. Carder Frey shot a 39 to lead Allen East (182).

Ottawa-Glandorf 166,

Wayne Trace 188

OTTAWA — Medalist Austin Radcliff (36), Carter Schimmoeller (42), Evan Ellerbrock (44) and Alex Ellerbrock (44) combined for the winning score at Pike Run Golf Club.

Crestview 227, Fort Jennings 231

VAN WERT — Medalist Colton Lautzenheiser (44), Will Sharpe (53), Evan Scarlett (65) and Olivia Skelton (65) contributed to Crestview’s winning score at Hickory Sticks Golf Club. Simon Smith led Fort Jennings with a 56.

Girls golf

St. Henry 196, Celina 229

Medalist Ellen Naumann (39), Claire Clune (50), Callie Hemmelgarn (53) and Elizabeth Rockwell (54) contributed to the winning team score at the Mercer County Elks. Kendra Marsee led Celina with a 49.

Leipsic 234, Lincolnview 236

OTTAWA — Co-medalist Hannah Goedde (49), Morgan Kamphaus (59), Maddie Walther (62) and Jala Hazelton (64) combined for the winning team score at Pike Run Golf Club. Winter Boroff led Lincolnview with a co-medalst score of 49.

NWOGGL tourney

ARLINGTON — Meghan Mulcahy (42), Erin Mulcahy (44), Mary Kelly Mulcahy (45) and Hannah Garber and Emma Mayers (49 each) contributed to LCC’s winning score of 180, 34 strokes better than runner-up Findlay, in the Northwest Ohio Girls Golf League Tourament at the par 36 Sycamore Springs Golf Course.

Defiance 237, Delphos Jefferson 238

DELPHOS — Jefferson’s Sydnie McGue was medalist with a 55 at Delphos Country Club.

Coldwater 202, Delphos St. John’s 223

DELPHOS — Medalist Lexi Wright (48), Sarah Diller (49), Laney Finke (52) and Grace Borschur and Emma Eckstein (53 each). Paige Gaynier led St. John’s with a 50 at Delphos Country Club.

Girls tennis

Willard 3, LCC 2

LIMA — Singles player Olivia Kesner and the doubles team of Madie Brinkman and Cameron Guagenti won for Lima Central Catholic.

Volleyball

Leipsic 3, Columbus Grove 0

LEIPSIC — The Vikings won 25-17, 25-13, 25-23 in their Putnam County League opener.

Kacey Dulle had 26 digs, Hayley Heitmeyer had 18 kills and four aces, Carlee Siefker had nine kills, 13 digs and three blocks, Lyndie Hazelton had 24 assists and Liz Scheckelhoff had nine kills for Leipsic. Grove’s stats were not reported by deadline.

Boys soccer

Kenton 4, Ada 0

ADA — Jacob Zepeda, Drew Hoppe and Landon Bartlett each had a goal and Haydeon Hicks has an assist. The Wildcats other score was on an own goal. Brent Rader got to the shutout in goal. Ada’s Drew Hadley made 16 saves.

Colleges

Women’s soccer

UNOH 1, Taylor 1

UPLAND, Ind. — Iris Rabot converted a penalty kick in the 79th minute to even the match and it remained tied the rest of the way as the University of Northwestern Ohio played to a deadlock at Taylor in the season opener for both teams.

The two teams played a scoreless first half despite combining for 13 shots, including nine by the Racers. UNOH again had the edge in shots in the second half at 11-5, but it was the Trojans that took the lead as Bailey Zehr connected on a long shot at the 70:44 mark.

Rabot, however, tied the score at the 78:20 mark as her penalty kick found the lower right corner of the goal.

UNOH outshot Taylor 4-0 in the two overtime periods to finish with a 24-9 advantage on the night, but could not convert.

Julie Cazanave and Agnes Stefansdottir each took six shots while Rabot had five. Goalkeeper Sindi Kanto recorded three saves.

UNOH (0-0-1) plays host to No. 7 Vanguard at 4 p.m. Saturday at Racer Stadium.

Lincolnview’s Ryan Moody watches as his ball heads for the first green during Wednesday’s match against Delphos Jefferson and Allen East at Delphos Country Club. Levi A. Morman | The Lima News
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