Roundup: LCC collects three volleyball match victories

By Staff Reports -

WAPAKONETA — Lima Central Catholic defeated Lima Senior 25-11, 25-8, the host Redskins 25-16, 23-25, 25-14 and Elida 25-20, 22-25, 25-17 Saturday in high school volleyball.

Against Lima Senior, Digs: Victoria Lauck had eight digs, Jocelyn Morrisey had seven kills, Hannah Reipenhoff had 12 assists and Taylor Holbrook had five aces.

Against Wapak, Lauck had 14 digs, Morrisey had 10 kills, Kassidy Meyer had 13 assists, Victoria Lauck had seven aces. For Wapak, Emma Rex had 22 digs, Makenzie Wilson had six kills, and Renae Schulze and Emma Nolte had six assists each.

Against Elida, Victoria Lauck had 15 digs, Kennedy Parker had eight kills, Hannah Riepenhoff had 14 assists and Kennedy Parker had three aces. For Elida, Nevaeh Vorhees had three aces and 11 assists, Kylie Vorhees had 12 kills, Frueh had 16 assists and Miller had 15 digs.

Elida defeated Lima Senior 21-25, 25-22, 25-20 .

For Elida, Kylie Vorhees had four aces and 11 kills, Nevaeh Vorhees had three aces and 17 assists, Cheyenne Welch had six kills, McKenzie Miller had 19 digs and Evelyn Frueh had 14 assists.

Wapak also fell 25-22, 25-20 to Lima Senior.

Emma Rex had 12 digs, Kills: Kalie Miller had five kills and Emma Nolte had eight assists.

Lima Senior stats leaders were not reported by deadline.

Continental 3, Temple Christian 0

CONTINENTAL — The Pirates 25-23, 25-6, 25-16. Jessica Stauffer had 19 assists, seven kills and six digs, Breanne Eickholt had eight kills, Brooke Bradford had five kills and eight digs, Madelyn Potts had 13 digs and Kennedy Hiltner had 12 digs for Continental.

Sophie White had four aces and 18 digs, Lindsey Stump had three kills and Anna Acklin had eight assists and three digs for Temple Christian.

Kalida Pioneer Invitational

KALIDA — Bath defeated Delphos St. John’s 25-15, 25-22, lost 25-16, 25-14 to Parkway and defeated the host Wildcats 25-15, 26-24 for third place.

Against DSJ, Mallory Clark had eight kills and five blocks, Caitlyn Renner had 20 assists and Kali Armstrong had 12 digs for the Wildkittens.

Against Parkway, Clark had four kills, Renner had 11 assists, Kaleigh Ketcham had four blocks and Armstrong had 10 digs.

Against Kalida, Eden Adkins had five kills, Caitlyn Renner had five blocks and Armstrong had nine digs.

Liberty-Benton defeated Parkway for the championship, Fairview topped Delphos St. John’s for fifth and Edgerton topped Perry for seventh.

O-G wins twice

OTTAWA — The host Titans defeated Napoleon 25-14, 25-15 and Wauseon 20-25, 25-19, 25-12.

Against Napoleon, Claire Eiden had six aces and 15 digs, Taylor Alt had seven kills and 10 digs, Erica Annesser had six kills, Maddie White had four blocks and Kendra Ellerbrock and Bri Schimmoeller each had nine assists.

Against Wauseon, Alt had 15 kills, three aces and five digs, Eiden had four aces and 10 digs, Kasey Ellerbrock had three blocks and Schimmoeller had 14 assists.

Minster 3, Celina 1

CELINA — The Wildcats won 25-19, 25-21, 19-25, 25-18.

Danielle Barhorst had 17 kills, nine assists and 10 digs, Averi Wolf had 10 kills, Emily Stubbs had three aces and 22 digs, Ava Sharp had eight kills and 15 digs, Brooke Wolf had 12 assists and Kaitlyn Wolf had 24 assists and 22 digs for Minster.

Brooke Robbins had 11 kills and eight digs, Samantha Carlin had 34 assists, Maddy Luebke had 11 kills and eight digs, Zoe McNeilan had three aces and seven digs

Boys soccer

Lima Central Catholic 3,

Lincolnview 2

MIDDLE POINT — Trey Horstman had two goals and Josiah Simpson scored one for LCC. Blaike Kerner and Kyle Wallis had goals for Lincolnview (0-3-1) on assists by Clayton Leeth.

Shawnee 6, Fort Jennings 0

FORT JENNINGS — Ryan McGuire and Jake Miller had two goals and an assist each and Ethan Swallow and Ethan Rosebeck each had a single tally. Carter Jenson had two assists and Jake Fraser and Ethan Swallow each had one. Landon Hoehn got the shutout in goal.

Girls soccer

Cory-Rawson 2, Miller City 0

RAWSON — Aylissa Shoemaker had a goal and an assist, Zoe Chisholm had a tally and Evelyn Waltz earned the shutout in goal. Natalie Koenig had 12 saves for Miller City.

Spencerville 3, Delphos Jefferson 0

DELPHOS — Emma Leis and Kelsey Shaffer each had a goal and an assist and Gillian Goecke also had a tally.

Boys golf

Antwerp Invitational

WOODBURN, Ind. — Led by medalist Ryan Moody’s 73, Lincolnview won the seven-team event at par 69 Pond-A-River Golf Club. Reece Farmer (74), Braden Evans (83) and Landon Price (89) also contributed to the Lancers’ winning score of 319 followed by Antwerp (329), Paulding (331), Allen East (358), Edgerton (379), Hicksville (384) and Crestview (420).

Paulding’s Fletcher Cook (77), Allen East’s Carter Frey (79) and Crestview’s Colton Lautzenheiser (96) had the low rounds for their respective teams.

Delphos Country

Club Invitational

DELPHOS — Kalida (328) won the team title on the par 71 layout followed by Spencerville (336), Miller City (345), Delphos St John’s (359), Arlington (372), Ottoville (374), Columbus Grove (378), Delphos Jefferson (382) and Fort Jennings (434).

Christian Nartker (78), Josh Recker (79), Ryan Klausing (85) and David Peck (86) combined for the winning score.

Medalist Luke Lammers (71) of Miller City, Spencerville’s Gavin Harmon (78), DSJ’s Grant Csukker (81), Ottoville’s Ethan Geise and Carter Schnipke (92 each), Columbus Grove’s Owen Macke and Jacob Oglesbee (89 each), Jefferson’s Logan Gallmeier (91) and Fort Jennings’ Logan Schimmoeller (98) had the low rounds for their respective teams.

By Staff Reports

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