The St. Henry girls golf team won the team title at Saturday’s Midwest Athletic Conference Championship at the Mercer County Elks with 393 total followed by Versailles (397) and New Bremen (400). Coldwater and Parkway tied for fourth (414) each followed by Fort Recovery (441), Minster (442), Delphos St. John’s (466) and Marion Local (490).
Ellen Naumann (94), Alana Siefring (99), Claire Clune (100) and Abby Gast (100) combined for the winning total.
Minster’s Taylor Homan was medalist with an 87. New Bremen’s Sarah Parker (90), Parkway’s Mecaylah Hesse (95), Emma Eckstein (97), Fort Recovery’s Jalyn Bruns (99) and Marion Local’s Emily Nietfeld and Macy Spieth (118) had the low rounds for their respective schools.
St. Henry was also the overall MAC champ with Naumann and Clune making the all-league first team along with Homan, who was the player of the year, Parker, Hesse, Eckstein, Bruns, New Bremen’s Amy Balster, Parkway’s Haylee Stukey and Versailles’ Morgan Barlage.
Second team spots went to Versailles’ Alexis Jay, Morgan Heitkamp and Maddie Durham, New Bremen’s Caylie Hall, Minster’s Layne Voisard, Siefring, St. Henry’s Elizabeth Rockwell, Coldwater’s Sarah Diller.
Making honorable mention were Gast, Parkway’s Autumn Ellis, Coldwater’s Payton Kunk, Laney Finke and Lexi Wright, Cassidy Werts from Delphos St. John’s, Parkway’s Lauren Henderson and Fort Recovery’s Devin Jutte.
St. Henry’s Gary Broering was recognized as coach of the year.
Allen East Invitational
ARLINGTON — Medalist Mary Kelly Mulcahy (75), runner-up Erin Mulcahy (76), Meghan Mulcahy (84) and Hannah Garver (92) combined for Lima Central Catholic’s winning score of 327 at par 72 Sycamore Springs followed by Notre Dame Academy (356), Bluffton (410), North Baltimore (437) and Allen East (470). Bluffton’s Alivia Koenig shot an 84 to finish fifth after losing a scorecard playoff to Meghan Mulcahy. Kasey Meyer led Allen East with a 106.
MINSTER — After securing the regular season dual match title, Minster went on to win the tournament and overall championships Saturday at par 72 Arrowhead.
Medalist Grant Koenig (76), Grant Voisard (78), Joseph Magoto (80) and Lucas Grieshop (92) combined for the Wildcats’ winning tourney total of 316 followed by St. Henry (342), Delphos St. John’s (357), Fort Recovery (380), New Knoxville (389), Marion Local (394), Parkway (397), Coldwater (404) and New Bremen (416).
St. Henry’s Reed Koesters (79), Grant Csukker (84) of Delphos St. John’s, Fort Recovery’s Grant Knapke (86), New Knoxville’s Sam Anspach (86), Marion Local’s Tim Knapschaefer (96), Parkway’s Mason Baxter (87), Coldwater’s Alex Wourns (92) and New Bremen’s Cole Hemmelgarn (92) had the low rounds for their respective teams.
Voisard earned league player of the year honors and was joined on the all-MAC first team by St. Henry’s Jack Romer, Reed Koesters and Rylee Deitsch, Magoto, Koenig, Minster’s Ethan Lehmkuhl, Versailles’ Connor VanSkyock, Adam Gerker of Delphos St. John’s, Baxter, Knapke and Csukker.
Second team spots belong to Anspach, Hemmelgarn, Jared Lucas of St. John’s, Minster’s Logan Lazier, Coldwater’s Alex Wourms, Fort Recovery’s Carson Rammel, St. Henry’s Lucas Grieshop, Minster’s Jacob Wissman and New Knoxville’s Ray Newton.
Making honorable mention were Versailles’ Ethan Kremer, Austin Pleiman, Will Eversole and Alex Keiser, St. Henry’s Andrew Mescher and Marion Local’s Tim Knapschaefer, Seth Kelch and Damon Moeller.
Minster’s Jim Stubbs is the coach of the year.
Allen East Invitational
ARLINGTON — Upper Scioto Valley (362) finished second behind Van Buren (352) at par 72 Sycamore Springs. Allen East (390), Leipsic (392) and Bath (420) finished seventh through ninth respectively, the Allen East B team (510) was 11th and Lima Senior (534) finished 12th.
DEFIANCE — Medalist Josh Recker (76), Christian Nartker (81), David Peck (83) and Ryan Klausing (89) combined for Kalida’s winning score of 329 inthe 12-team event at par 71 Eagle Rock Golf Club.
Miller City (372) and Paulding (375) were seventh and eighth respectively and Ottoville (396) was 12th.
Miller City’s Luke Lammers (86), Paulding’s Hunter Kauser (90) and Ottoville’s Dru Hilvers (95) had the low rounds for their respective teams.
EDON — Ryan Moody (79), Jaden Youtsey (87), Zane Miller (89) and Braden Evans (92) combined to give Lincolnview a second-place total of 347 behind Montpelier (340) in the seven-team event at par 72 Windwood Hollow Golf Course. Stryker’s Spencer Clingaman was medalist with a 75. USV’s Brady Hipsher (83) and Dylan Thompson (85) and the fourth and fifth lowest rounds of the tourney. McComb’s Ross Wenzinger was medalist with a 79.
Upper Scioto Valley’s Brady Hipsher and Lehman Catholic’s Cole Gilardi shared Northwest Central Conference player of the year honors. USV’s Greg King was recognized as the coach of the year.
Joining Hipsher and Gilardi on the all-conference first team were USV’s Tyler Gratz and Dylan Thompson, Waynesfield-Goshen’s Hyatt Kaufman and Lehman Catholic’s Mikey Rossman.
Second team members were Waynesfield-Goshen’s Gauge Rumer and Mason Boggs, USV’s Kaden Parter, Ridgemont’s Carson James, Riverside’s John Zumberger and Elgin’s Joseph Greene.
USV won the overall championship followed by Lehman Catholic and W-G with Ridgemont, Riverside and Elgin tying for fourth.
Van Wert 2, Lincolnview 1
MIDDLE POINT — Clayton Leeth scored Lincolview’s goal on an assist by Landon Moody. Van Wert goal scorers were not reported.
New Knoxville 3, Fort Jennings 2
FORT JENNINGS — Zach Davis, Jose Maria Rabadan and Patrick Covert each had a goal for the Rangers.
Wapakoneta 8, Greenville 1
WAPAKONETA — Hunter Coffey had three goals, Luke Beach contributed two tallies and Wapak’s Juan Hernandez, Payne Harshbarger and Aaron Good each had a goal.
Ottawa-Glandorf 2, Bluffton 1
OTTAWA — O-G’s Ethan White and Nolan Unterbrink and Bluffton’s Isaiah Schwab each had a goal.
New Knoxville 3, Fort Jennings 2
FORT JENNINGS — New Knoxville’s: Zach Davis, Jose Maria Rabadan and Patrick Covert and Fort Jenning’s Cody Horstman Adam Noriega each had a goal.
Bluffton 3, Ada 2
Ada — Reagan Mittendorf had all three Bluffton goals. Julia Kamatali and Katie Butterfield had Ada’s goals. Kamatali and teammate Timber Blankenship each had an assist.
Kalida 2, Cory-Rawson 0
RAWSON — Lauren Langhals and Syndey Wurth each had a goal and Bailey White the shutout in goal.
Continental 5, Miller City 0
Riley Fenter, Alex Hoeffel, Hannah Soto, Addy Armey and Maddie Burke each had a goals and got the shutout in goal.
Shawnee 3, Graham 1
ST. PARIS — The Indian won 25-14, 23-25, 25-12, 25-16.
Amber Greeley had 14 kills, six blocks and three aces, Trinity Gearing had 15 kills and four blocks, Dayle Aldrich had 22 digs, Kelsey Fischbach had 40 assists and 17 digs and Caitlin Castronova had 11 digs and four aces for Shawnee.
RAWSON — Miller City fell 25-16, 25-23 to Van Buren, defeated Vanlue 25-17, 13-25, 25-19 and defeated Cory-Rawson 25-13, 25-16.
Against Van Buren, Brittany Kuhlman had 17 assists, Abi Lammers had five kills and 13 digs and Cayla Troyer had 17 digs.
Against Vanlue, Brittany Kuhlman had 18 assists, Cayla Trayer had 23 digs, Abi Lammers had 11 kills and three aces and Kate Kuhlman had four kills and four blocks.
Against Cory-Rawson, Cayla Troyer had 15 digs and three 3 aces, Kylie Berner had five kills, Kate Kuhlman and Sofie van Wezel had four kills each and Brittany Kuhlman had 13 assists.
Temple Christian fell 25-17, 25-15 to Arcadia, 25-20, 25-19 to Vanlue and 22-25, 25-17, 25-21 to C-R.
Against Arcadia, White had 10 digs and two aces and Anna Acklin had five assists and two digs
Against Vanlue, White had 16 digs and five aces, Lizzie Helser had eight kills and Anna Acklin had 10 assists.
Against C-R, White had 18 digs and two aces, Acklin had 17 assists and 11 digs, Helser had nine kills and Bethany Whitman had seven kills and 12 digs.
Continental 3, Fayette 0
CONTINENTAL — The Pirates won 25-6, 25-19, 25-18.
Jessica Stauffer had 24 assists and eight digs, Madelyn Potts had nine kills and 11 digs, Kennedy Hiltner had 17 digs and Mackenzie Rayle had 17 digs and five kills for Continental.
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