Roundup: St. Marys edges Kalida in boys soccer


Sybert breaks Grove mark in volleyball

Kalida’s Gabe Hovest looks to make a pass being defended by St. Marys’ Howie Spencer during Tuesday night’s match at Kalida. See more match photos at LimaScores.com.

Kalida’s Gabe Hovest looks to make a pass being defended by St. Marys’ Howie Spencer during Tuesday night’s match at Kalida. See more match photos at LimaScores.com.


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St. Marys’ goalie Correy Nelson chases a loose ball after blocking a shot during Tuesday night’s match against St. Marys in Kalida.

St. Marys’ goalie Correy Nelson chases a loose ball after blocking a shot during Tuesday night’s match against St. Marys in Kalida.


Levi A. Morman | The Lima News

St. Marys’ Ethan Rose gets a kick away during Tuesday night’s match at Kalida.


Levi A. Morman | The Lima News

St. Marys’ Duncan Fry (5) battles for the ball with Kalida’s Josh Verhoff during Tuesday night’s match at Kalida.


Levi A. Morman | The Lima News

KALIDA — Ethan Rose scored a goal and St. Marys benefited from an own goal as the Roughriders defeated the host Wildcats 2-1 in boys high school soccer Tuesday night.

Grant Laudick had Kalida’s goal and St. Marys’ Brayden Recker and Kalida’s Correy Nelson each had six saves in goal.

Continental 3, Temple Christian 1

CONTINENTAL — Konnor Okuley had two goals and teammate Cole Bowers one. Joshua Engle had Temple Christian’s goal.

Ada 3, Lincolnview 1

ADA — Kyle Wallis scored the Lancers’ goal. Jacob Poling, Skylar Williams and Jacob Taxton each had a goal for Ada. ]

Whitmer 8, Lima Senior 1

LIMA — Cole Mericle scored Lima Senior’s goal.

Elida 7, Miller City 1

Seth Mahlmeister had three goals and teammates Max Parker, Logan Johnson, Corbin Fingerle and Dylan Kendall each had one. Isaac Fillinger had Miller City’s goal.

Bluffton 5, Wapakoneta 1

BLUFFTON — Simon Derstine had two goals and teammates Jayden Mays, Isaiah Schwaab and Jackson Steinmetz and Wapak’s Payne Harshbarger each had a single tally.

Volleyball

Columbus Grove 3, Continental 0

COLUMBUS GROVE — The Bulldogs won 25-14, 25-9, 25-23. Rylee Sybert broke the school career assist record of 1,217 previously held by Erica Glass. Sybert now has 1,224. Haley Radabaugh had 12 kills, Sybert had 17 assists, nine kills and 12 digs and Amy Vorst had 15 digs for Grove.

Arlington 3, Bluffton 0

BLUFFTON — The Pirates lost 25-9, 25-11, 25-12. Katie Prater had two kills and seven digs and Ameri Siferd had six digs and three assists for Bluffton.

Ottawa-Glandorf 3, Findlay 0

OTTAWA — The Titans won 25-17, 25-12, 25-16. Taylor Alt had 14 kills, 13 digs, three aces and three blocks, Erica Annesser had eight kills and 11 digs, Claire Eiden had 23 digs and five aces and Kendra Ellerbrock had 20 assists for O-G.

Benjamin Logan 3, LCC 1

The Thunderbirds fell 26-28, 25-22, 25-14, 25-21. Kassidy Meyer had 15 digs, Jocelyn Morrisey and Rosie Williams each had nine and Hannah Riepenhoff had 26 assists for LCC.

Shawnee 3, Allen East 0

The Indians won 25-10, 25-20, 25-20. Summer McCloskey had 16 assists and Grace Howard and Kristin Whitley had six kills each for Allen East. Shawnee stats not reported by deadline.

Lincolnview 3, Elida 0

ELIDA — The Lancers won 25-19, 25-18, 25-21. Kendall Bollenbacher had 16 kills, Lakin Brant had 31 digs, Madison Williams had 22 digs and Brianna Ebel had 36 assists for Lincolnview. Evelyn Frueh had 11 assists and 10 digs, Kylie Vorhees had five kills, McKenzie Miller had nine digs and Nevaeh Vorhees had 10 assists and seven digs digs for the Bulldogs.

Coldwater 3, Wapakoneta 0

WAPAKONETA — The Cavaliers won 25-11, 25-14, 25-14. Lauren Gilliland had 16 kills and four aces, Annelise Harlamert had 25 assists, Katie Alig had six digs and five aces and Taylor Siefring had 11 kills for Coldwater.

Emma Rex had 13 digs, Renae Schultze has six assists, Emma Nolte had five assists and Makenzie Wilson had four kills for the Redskins.

Spencerville 3, Waynesfield-Goshen 0

SPENCERVILLE — The Bearcats won 26-24, 25-19, 25-10. Emma Hoback had 20 assists, Abby Satterfield had nine kills, Kaitlyn Carpenter had 10 digs and Sarah Woods had seven kills and three aces for Spencerville. W-G stats were not reported by deadline.

Van Wert 3, Ottoville 2

VAN WERT — The Cougars won 20-25, 25-18, 25-22, 20-25, 15-13. Brynlee Hanneman had 17 kills and six blocks, Quinley Schlagbaum had 11 kills, 27 digs and three aces, Kylee Hoersten had 41 assists and 15 digs and Sydney Brinkman had 17 digs for Ottoville.

Van Wert leaders not reported by deadline

Girls soccer

Allen East 1, Coldwater 1

COLDWATER — Allen East’s Kinsey Helser and Coldwater’s Ava Giere each had a goal. Allen East’s Lauren Criblez and Coldwater’s Grace Bruns each had six saves in goal.

Continental 10, Fort Jennings 0

FORT JENNINGS — Alex Hoeffel had six goals and Jensen Armey, Sierra Prowant, Riley Fenter and Addy Armey each had one. Angel Brzozowski made three saves in goal to earn the shutout.

LCC 2, Spencerville 1

Lima Central Catholic’s Avery Rice and Josie Mohler and Spencerville’s Raygen Martinez each had a goal.

Celina 1, Elida 1

CELINA — Celina’s Carley Eichler and Elida’s Jency Jenkins each had a goal.

Bluffton 7, Columbus Grove 0

COLUMBUS GROVE — Rebekah Hoff, Reagan Mittendorf, Brinkley Garmatter, Sophia Smucker, Laykin Garmatter, Olivia Burner and Averey Rumer each had a goal. Kayla White, Hoff and Reagan Mittendorf each had two assists. Riley Busch got the shutout in goal.

Cory-Rawson 3, Ottoville 1

OTTOVILLE — Zoe Chisholm had two goals and an assist and teammate Aylissa Shoemaker and Ottoville’s Kasey Knippen each had a single tally.

Girls golf

Tri match

LIMA — Medalist Morgan Altenbach (37), Jeanna Fullom (45), Maggie Gray (46) and Taylor Burgess (47) combined for Shawnee’s winning score of 175 at the par 36 Oaks. Madison Samms led Wapak (196) with a 47. Lexington finished with a 182 team total.

Boys golf

NWC quad match

VAN WERT — Lincolnview won the fifth-score tiebreaker after equaling Spencerville’s team score of 170 in a Northwest Conference match that also included Allen East (199) and Crestview (209) at par 36 Hickory Sticks.

Ryan Moody (40), Jaden Youtsey (40), Reece Farmer (45), Zane Miller (45) and Braden Evans (48) combined to give the Lancers the victory. Spencerville’s Gavin Harmon was medalst with a 39. Allen East’s Zach Miller (47) and Crestview’s Dillon Underwood (47) had the low rounds for their teams.

Double dual

DEFIANCE — Bluffton won a fifth-score tiebreaker to defeat Paulding after each a shot 173 in a NWC match and Bryan topped Paulding in a dual match with a 167 team total. Drew Wilson (40), Kenny Lovett (44), Micah Minnig (44), Cole Koenig (45) and Jordan Siefer (52) combinded for the winning Bluffton total. Fletcher Cook led Paulding with a 39.

Kalida 161, Leipsic 209

OTTAWA — Medalist Christian Nartker (36), Josh Recker (39), Ryan Klausing (43) and Alec Edelbrock combined for the winning team score in a match between Putnam County foes at par 36 Country Acres Golf Club. Mason Brandt led Leipsic with a 50.

Tri match

OTTAWA — Medalist Luke Lammers (37), TJ Michael (38), Boyd Vance III (39) and Stevan Stechschulte (41) combined for Miller City’s winning team score of 155 at par 36 Country Acres Golf Club. Ayersville (194) was second followed by Edgerton (202).

Girls tennis

Wapakoneta 3, Bath 2

BATH TOWNSHIP — Singles player Ellie Schroer and the doubles teams of Casey Minnig and Alyssa Good and Makenzie Schroeder and Mara Stiles won for the Redskins. Singles players Esther and Ruby Bolon won for the Wildkittens.

St. Marys 5, Elida 0

ST. MARYS — Singles players Clare Caywood, Allie Vanderhorst and Elizabeth Sutton and the doubles teams of Kara Danaher and Lydia Dabis and Jenna Hawkey and Kirsten Schnelle all won matches.

LCC 5, Lehman Catholic 0

LIMA — Singles players Olivia Kesner, Anna Janowski and Morgan Chaney and the doubles teams of Madie Brinkman and Nicole Patricio-Agosto and Cameron Guagenti and Carrie Heider all won matches.

Van Wert 4, Kenton 1

VAN WERT — Singles players Allie Etter and Emma Rutkowski and the doubles teams of Liv Kline and Paige Moonshower and Jada Buckner and Lizzie Rutkowski won for the host Cougars. Singles player MyKaela Schriber won for Kenton.

Shawnee 5, Ottawa-Glandorf 0

OTTAWA — Singles players Aria Patel, Kunmi Ojo and Alotus Wei and the doubles teams of Sanjana Rajasekaran and Katie Clark and Dele Ojo and Lade Onamusi all won matches.

Cross country

Tri match

SPENCERVILLE — No team scores were kept in a meet with Perry, Shawnee and the host Bearcats.

The high School race distance was shortened to 2 miles due to the hot and humid weather.

Shawnee’s Gabe Williams won the boys race in 11 minutes, 22 seconds and Shawnee’s Anne Hardy was the girls race winner in 13:50.

Football

Lima Senior

ticket sales

LIMA — Tickets for Friday’s Lima Senior game against COF Academy at Spartan Stadium will be available from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Thursday and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday in the Lima Senior Athletic Office.

Tickets can be bought anytime online at https://gofan.co/app/school/OH1335.

Presale tickets for $5 for students and $7 for adults. All tickets at the gate will be $7. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m.

Also, football lunches with coach Andre Griffin will resume at noon Monday at The Met in downtown Lima.

Colleges

Volleyball

IU-East 3, Bluffton 1

BLUFFTON — The Bluffton University volleyball team fell to Indiana University-East in four sets (25-23, 19-25, 25-20, 25-22).

Sophomore Remi Bower led the way for Bluffton with 14 kills . Also in double figures was senior Bethany Martini with 10 putdowns. Erin Weisgarber just missed out on a triple double with 35 assists, 13 digs and nine kills. Freshman Brooke Kleman (Ottawa-Glandorf) paced the back row with 19 digs, while senior Abby Rohrbach (New Knoxville) finished with 17 pickups. Kleman hada match-high four aces and senior Jessie Gibson was in on three blocks.

Women’s golf

Jon P. Spiess Memorial

DEFIANCE — Bluffton University finished ninth (430) behind team champ Tiffin (312) at the par 71 Eagle Rock Golf Club.

Brylee Oberdorf led Bluffton with a 102. Tiffin’s Alice Putoud was medalist with a 73.

Kalida’s Gabe Hovest looks to make a pass being defended by St. Marys’ Howie Spencer during Tuesday night’s match at Kalida. See more match photos at LimaScores.com.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2018/09/web1_Kalida-vs-St.-Mary-s-Boys-Soccer-2-2.jpgKalida’s Gabe Hovest looks to make a pass being defended by St. Marys’ Howie Spencer during Tuesday night’s match at Kalida. See more match photos at LimaScores.com. Levi A. Morman | The Lima News
St. Marys’ goalie Correy Nelson chases a loose ball after blocking a shot during Tuesday night’s match against St. Marys in Kalida.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2018/09/web1_Kalida-vs-St.-Mary-s-Boys-Soccer-3-2-2.jpgSt. Marys’ goalie Correy Nelson chases a loose ball after blocking a shot during Tuesday night’s match against St. Marys in Kalida. Levi A. Morman | The Lima News
St. Marys’ Ethan Rose gets a kick away during Tuesday night’s match at Kalida.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2018/09/web1_Kalida-vs-St.-Mary-s-Boys-Soccer-3994-2.jpgSt. Marys’ Ethan Rose gets a kick away during Tuesday night’s match at Kalida. Levi A. Morman | The Lima News
St. Marys’ Duncan Fry (5) battles for the ball with Kalida’s Josh Verhoff during Tuesday night’s match at Kalida.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2018/09/web1_Kalida-vs-St.-Mary-s-Boys-Soccer-3975-2.jpgSt. Marys’ Duncan Fry (5) battles for the ball with Kalida’s Josh Verhoff during Tuesday night’s match at Kalida. Levi A. Morman | The Lima News
Sybert breaks Grove mark in volleyball

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