Roundup: Leipsic finishes unbeaten in Putnam County League volleyball

St. Marys wins WBL girls soccer title outright

By Staff Reports -

MILLER CITY — Leipsic claimed the Putnam County League volleyball championship outright with a 25-16, 25-13, 25-13 victory Tuesday night against the Wildcats.

Hayley Heitmeyer had 22 kills, Selena Loredo had 20 assists and four aces, Lyndie Hazelton had 18 assists, had Carlee Siefker 10 kills and nine digs and Kacey Dulle 15 digs for the Vikings (19-2, 6-0 PCL).

Kylie Berner had nine kills, Abi Teders 5 kills, Sofie van Wezel had five kills, Tessa Oedy had 12 digs, Abi Lammers had 11 digs and Brittany Kuhlman had 15 assists for Miller City (12-8, 4-2 PCL).

Columbus Grove 3, Ada 2

ADA — Columbus Grove won 25-23, 21-25, 24-26, 25-17, 15-12 to gain a share of the Northwest Conference title with Crestview.

Haley Radabaugh had 19 kills, Rylee Sybert had 16 kills, 32 assists and 15 digs and Becca Choi had 10 assists and 17 digs for Grove (14-4f, 7-1 NWC).

Megan Light had 18 kills, Sidney Gossard had 32 assists, Raina England had nine kills, Rilan Conley had six kills, Miranda Wills had 24 digs, Morgan Swick had 20 digs and Kendal Guagenti had 18 digs for Ada (9-7, 4-4 NWC).

Crestview 3, Spencerville 0

CONVOY — The Knights (16-5, 7-1 NWC) won 25-8, 25-11, 25-7 to gain a share of the conference crown.

Lexi Gregory had 11 kills and 17 digs, Avery McCoy had 10 kills and 10 assists, Maddy Lamb had 16 assists and Bailey Gregory had 18 digs for Crestiview.

Indvidual stats for Spencerville (4-14, 0-7 NWC) were not reported.

Ottawa-Glandorf 3, Wapakoneta 0

OTTAWA — The Titans secured at least a share of the Western Buckeye League title with the 25-17, 25-8, 25-13 win.

Taylor Alt had 15 kills and three blocks, Claire Eiden had 15 digs and five aces, Brianna Schimmoeller had 11 assists, Kendra Ellerbrock had 12 assists and Erica Annesser had 12 digs for O-G (19-1, 8-0 WBL).

Shawnee 3, Bath 0

The Indians won 25-13, 25-9, 26-24.

Kelsey Fischbach had 21 assists and nine digs, Amber Greeley had 11 kills and seven blocks, Peyton Deubler had eight digs and eight aces and Dayle Aldrich had 14 digs for Shawnee.

Mallory Clark had five kills, Caitlyn Renner had 13 assists and Riley Iiames had 11 digs for Bath.

North Baltimore 3, Temple Christian 0

NORTH BALTIMORE — The Pioneers fell 25-19, 25-16, 25-12.

Sophie White had 22 digs, Anna Acklin had 13 assists, Lizzie Helser had six kills and Bethany Whitman had 10 digs for Temple Christian.

Bluffton 3, Delphos Jefferson 0

DELPHOS — The Pirates won 25-15, 25-17, 25-22

Katie Prater had 13 kills, Libby Schaadt had 10 kills, Ameri Siferd had 32 assists, Kylie Monday had 17 digs and Ashley Eachus 13 digs for Bluffton.

Elida 3, Kenton 0

The Bulldogs won 25-22, 25-21, 26-24

Cheyenne Welch and Kylie Vorhees each had eight kills, Nevaeh Vorhees had 15 assists, Evelyn Frueh had 10 assists, McKenzie Miller ahd 21 digs and Lindsay Brocklehurst had 18 digs for Elida.

Girls soccer

St. Marys 4, Wapakoneta 2

WAPAKONETA — Lilly Ankerman tied that match at 2-2 and Tabby Knous scored the game-winner as the Roughriders (13-2-1, 7-1-1 WBL) won the league title outright. Emma Wibbeler and Kendall Dieringer also each had a tally for St. Marys.

Emily Ruppert and Abbi Ruppert each had a goal for Wapak (8-5-2, 5-3-1).

Celina 1, Shawnee 0

SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — The Bulldogs (9-3-3, 4-2-3 WBL) kept the Indians (12-3-1, 6-2-1 WBL) from gaining a share of the league title as Zoey Burns had the match’s only goal.

Kennedy Henry made four saves in earning the shutout in goal. Shawnee counterpart Grace O’Connor made three saves.

Ottawa-Glandorf 4, Elida 0

ELIDA — Claire Inkrott had two goals and Caitlin Bockrath and Kelsey Erford each had single tally as the Titans (6-8-1) finished their WBL schedule 4-5. Ashton Okuley made four saves in goal to earn the shutout. Elida (10-3-1) finished 5-3-1 in the WBL.

Allen East 11, Paulding 0

HARROD — Kinsey Helser had six goals and four assists, Ally Richardson had two goals and three assists, Julia Meyer had a goal and an assists and Gabby Scott and Kassidy Mckeever each had a single tally.

Lauren Criblez got the shutout in goal.

Cory-Rawson 6,

Delphos Jefferson 4

RAWSON — Zoe Chisholm had a goal and four assists as she and Libby McVetta, who had one assist on the night, broke the school record for assists in a a season. Grace Roebke had two goals and Jocelyn Peterson, Alyssa Shoemaker and Mazie Parkins each had a single tally for C-R.

Maddie McConnahea had three goals and an assist and Noel Warnement had a single tally for Jefferson.

Lehman Catholic 10,

Delphos St. John’s 0

DELPHOS — St. John’s fell to 1-11 on the season.

Boys soccer

Toledo Central Catholic 11,

Lima Senior 2

TOLEDO — Cole Mericle had both Spartan goals.

Lehman Catholic 2, Temple Christian 1

SIDNEY — Brody Bowman had Temple Christian’s goal.

Bluffton 3, Kalida 0

KALIDA — Luke Young, Isaiah Schwaab and Jonathan Shriner each had a goal. Bluffton’s Dakota Clymer made seven saves to earn the shutout in goal.

Pettisville 3, Continental 2

PETTISVILLE — Continental’s Konnor Okuley and Dylan Brown each had a goal off Cole Bowers assists.

Ottoville 2, Fort Jennings 0

FORT JENNINGS — The Big Green (9-2-3, 3-0 PCL) gained at least a share of the league title. Carson Stoner and Nolan German each had a goal and Kaiden Trentman made three saves in earning the shutout in goal.



Ohio Northern 3, Willmington 0

ADA — No. 19-ranked Ohio Northern swept Wilmington 25-8, 25-11, 25-21 in an Ohio Athletic Conference match at the ONU Sports Center.

The Polar Bears (14-4 overall, 3-1 OAC) played all 20 healthy players on their roster and were led by junior Chelsea Huppert with nine kills and a .529 hitting percentage.

Freshman Madi Ellis (Delphos St. John’s) had eight kills and a .700 hitting percentag for ONU.

The Quakers (5-16, 0-4) got six kills each from Jillian Wesco and Karrah Wind.

In all, 12 different Ohio Northern players had at least one kill and six other players had at least one dig in the contest.

Freshman Kiki Carle had a career-high 22 assists in just two sets in her first career start.
St. Marys wins WBL girls soccer title outright

By Staff Reports

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