Roundup: Ottawa-Glandorf remains unbeaten in boys tennis


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Track and field: Ayersville quad meet with Continental


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Track and field: Bluffton tri meet with Fort Jennings, Ada


Track and field: Delphos St. John's quad meet Kalida, Spencerville, Perry


Track and field: Elida tri meet with Kenton, Defiance


Track and field: Waynesfield-Goshen tri meet with Lima Senior, Wapakoneta


Track and field: Minster tri meet with LCC, Parkway


Track and field: Ottawa-Glandorf dual meet with Leipsic


Track and field: Ridgemont quad meet


Track and field: St. Henry quad meet with Marion Local, Coldwater, Russia


Track and field: St. Marys tri meet with Shawnee, Celina


Track and field: Van Wert County meet


The Lima Senior girls track and field team finished first at Monday's Edwin C. Moses Relays at Welcome Stadium in Dayton. Photo provided


OTTAWA — Singles players Carter Welch, Parker Schomaeker and Colin Welch and the doubles teams of Drew Kuhlman and Kamron Maag and Nolan Unterbrink and Sam Schmenk all won as the host Titans moved to 13-0 overall and 7-0 in the Western Buckeye League with a 5-0 victory Tuesday against Shawnee.

Wapakoneta 5, Bath 0

BATH TOWNSHIP — Singles players Jeffrey Adkins, Curtis Hughes and John Doll and the doubles team of Noah Kirby and Austin Hanock all won. Wapak’s other doubles victory was by forfeit.

Van Wert 5, Kenton 0

VAN WERT — Singles players Landon Rush, Taj Chahal and Hayden Robinson and the doubles teams of Rocco Longbrake and Ian Lyons and Cameron Zickfoose and Riley Messenger all won.

Findlay 5, Lima Senior 0

Singles player Jeremiah Dew won two games in his match for Lima Senior.

Boys basketball

Bath candidate

up for approval

BATH TOWNSHIP — Upon approval at the May 1 school board meeting, Adam Burris will join the Bath High School Wildcats as the new varsity coach for the 2019-20 season, according to a new release.

Burris has been a head basketball coach in the North Baltimore school district during the past five years. North Baltimore went 3-19 in the regular season and 1-10 in the Blanchard Valley Conference last season before falling 59-48 to Cory-Rawson in the opening round of the Division IV sectional semifinals. In the last five seasons, North Baltimore has gone 54-56 overall and 29-27 in the BVC, including winning a district championship in 2017.

Baseball

Elida 2, St. Marys 1

ELIDA — Winning pitcher Brayden Lybarger and Noah Adcock combined to allow two hits an a walk while striking out 12 in seven innings. Jordan Davis had two hits, including a home run, and two RBI and Luke Burger had a pair of doubles also for the host Bulldogs. Dylan Trogdlon had a hit and an RBI for St. Marys.

Hardin Northern 6,

Waynesfield-Goshen 2

WAYNESFIELD — Winning pitcher Daylin Pees allowed no earned runs, six hits and three walks while striking out 17 in seven innings. Lance Good had two home runs and two RBI, Zach Kurtz and Owen Wetherill each had two hits and an RBI and Cole Morris had a pair of hits also for Hardin Northern. Evan Miller had two hits and two RBI for W-G.

Wapakoneta 7, Bath 0

WAPAKONETA — Winning pitcher Brady Erb allowed three hits and three walks while striking out 12 in seven innings. Jett Makar had three hits and an RBI, Braeden Goulet had two hits and two RBI and Cooper Talowsky had a pair of hits also for the host Redskins. Cole Parlapiano had two hits for Bath.

Coldwater 26,

New Knoxville 1

COLDWATER — Winning pitcher Grant Meyer, Will Broering and Noah Miller combined to allow one hit and four walks while striking out nine in five innings. Austin Riethman had four hits and three RBI, Jacob Wenning, Jake Hemmelgarn and Zach McKibben each had two hits and four RBI, Payton Goodwin, Will Broering and Noah Miller each had two hits and two RBI, Myle Blasingame had two hits and an RBI and Ross Weigel had two hits. Hared Osborne had New Knoxville’s hit.

Miller City 5,

Columbus Grove 4

MILLER CITY — The Wildcats scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh on a hit by Ezra Deitering, who had a double and a single for the game. Cole Niese had three hits also for Miller City. Schroeder had a pair of hits for Grove.

Van Wert 11, Kenton 2

KENTON — Winning pitcher Owen Treece and Parker Conrad allowed no earned runs, three hits and a walk while striking out eight in seven innings. Conrad also had a home run, a single and four RBI, Lawson Blackmore had two hits and an RBI and Hayden Maples had two hits also for the visiting Cougars. Carter Bays had two RBI for Kenton.

Ottoville 11,

Continental 2

OTTOVILLE — Winning pitcher Josh Thorbahn allowed one earned run, three hits and a walk while striking out 14 in seven innings. He also had two hits and three RBI. Brice Schroeder and Carter Schnipke each had two hits and Jaden Schnipke and Dru Hilvers each had a hit and two RBI also for the host Big Green. Blake Elkins and Nick States each had a hit and an RBI for Continental.

New Bremen 12,

Delphos St. John’s 2

NEW BREMEN — Zach Bertke had three hits and four RBI, Bryce Blickle had two hits and three RBI and Mitchell Hayes had a pair of hits for the host Cardinals. Chandler Skym had a double and two RBI and Braysen Schulte had two hits for St. John’s. Winning pitcher Spencer Alig allowed no earned runs, three hits and a walk while striking out 11 in five innings.

Marion Local 8,

Fort Recovery 1

MARIA STEIN — Winning Tim Knapshaefer allowed three hits and two while while striking out 12 in seven innings. Brandon Fleck had a home run and three RBI, Darrin Hays had two hits and an RBI and Kyle Francis had a pair of hits also for the host Flyers. Regan Martin tripled and had an RBI for Fort Recovery.

Cory-Rawson 15,

Bluffton 2

BLUFFTON — Jason Althaus had Bluffton’s hit.

St. Henry 4, Parkway 1

ST. HENRY — Winning pitcher Sam Lefeld allowed one earned run, four hits and four walks while striking out seven in six innings. Rylee Deitsch had two hits and two RBI and Marc Siefring had a pair of hits for the host Redskins.

Kalida 4, Leipsic 0

LEIPSIC — Winning pitcher Owen Recker recorded eight strikeouts. Gabe Hovest had a pair of hits also for the visiting Wildcats.

Shawnee 6,

Ottawa-Glandorf 1

SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — Winning pitcher Caden Vermillion and Dalton Miller combined to allow seven hits and three walks while striking out seven in seven innings. Trevor Schimmoeller had a triple and a single for O-G.

Fort Jennings 11,

Pandora-Gilboa 0

FORT JENNINGS — Winning pitcher Derek Luersman and Evan Hoersten combined to allow a hit and four walks while striking out seven in five innings. Aaron Kloeppel had two doubles, a single and three RBI, Nolan Grote had two doubles and two RBI, Brad Eickholt had two hits and an RBI, Derek Luersman had two hits, two stolen bases and two RBI and Simon Smith had a pair of hits and an RBI. Eli Huffman had P-G’s hit.

Elgin 9,

Upper Scioto Valley 2

MARION — Connor Sanders and Dan Dunifon each had a hit and an RBI for USV.

Softball

Bluffton 10,

Cory-Rawson 0

BLUFFTON — Winning pitcher Libby Schaadt (14-1) allowed one hit and no walks while strking out seven in five innings. Averey Rumer had four hits and two stolen bases, Katie Prater ahd two dobules and a single and Brinkley Garmatter and Alivia Koenig each had a double and two RBI. Taylor Born and Cory-Rawson’s hit.

Coldwater 10, LCC 7

LIMA — Audrey Ziegler hit a grand-slam home run and finished with five RBI, Molly Steinke had three hits and an RBI and Grace Stammen had a pair of hits for Coldwater. Winning pitcher Maddie Steinke recorded 11 strikeouts. Kennedy Parker had two home runs, a hit and three RBI for Lima Central Catholic.

Bath 10,

Wapakoneta 0

BATH TOWNSHIP — Winning pitcher Kaylee Grant allowed five hits and a walk while striking out two in six innings. Kennedi Sullivan had a pair of home runs and three RBI, Kali Armstrong had a triple, a base hit and two RBI, Hailey Robey and Chandler Clark each had two hits and an RBI Esther Bolon had a pair of hits also for the Wildkittens. Allie Wilson had two hits for Wapak.

Leipsic 6, Kalida 3

LEIPSIC — Hannah Mortimer had two hits and an RBI and Jala Hazelton and Kacey Dulle each had two hits for Leipsic. Melanie Meyers had three hits, Mya Schmitz had two hits and Sami Backus had a triple and two RBI for Kalida.

Fort Recovery 10,

Marion Local 1

FORT RECOVERY — Winning pitcher Jackie Homan allowed no earned runs or walks and five hits while striking out 10 in seven innings. She also had a pair of hits and an RBI. Lydia Wenning had two hits and four RBI, Hannah Knapke had three hits and two RBI and Brenna Homan had a pair of hits also for the host Indians.

Elgin 30,

Upper Scioto Valley 1

Rylee Shephard had USV’s hit.

Hardin Northern 21,

Waynesfield-Goshen 3

WAYNESFIELD — Brenna Flowers had three hits and six RBI, Paytin Pore had three hits and five RBI, Haylie Spearman had a hit and three RBI, Zoey Curtis and Ashton Dye each had two hits and an RBI and Maddie Grappy had a hit and two RBI for Hardin Northern. Peyton Spencer had a hit and two RBI for W-G.

Parkway 10,

St. Henry 5

ROCKFORD — Claire Langenkamp had a double, a single and three RBI and Allie Ford had two RBI for Parkway. Dana Rindler had a home run and a double for St. Henry.

Shawnee 15,

Ottawa-Glandorf 1

GLANDORF — Winning pitcher Abbey Ambroza (5-2) allowed no earned runs, two hits and a walk while striking out six in six innings. Laken George had three hits and two stolen bases andCarmi Winegardner had two hits, two stolen bases and three RBI for Shawnee. O-G’s Katelyn Yoder recorded 13 strikeouts.

Continental 26,

Ottoville 18

OTTOVILLE — Kennedy Hiltner had four hits and three RBI, Jessica Stauffer had four hits and three RBI, Macy Collier had two triples, a single and six RBI, Natalie Speiser had three hits and four RBI, Kerri Prowant had three hits and three RBI, Madison Burke had two hits, including a triple, and two RBI, Madelyn Potts had two hits and an RBI and Mackenzie Rayle had a pair of hits for Continental. Paige Hoersten had two hits and four RBI and Olivia Gamble had a hit and three RBI for Ottoville.

Archbold 11, Paulding 10

PAULDING — Ashlynn Rice had four hits and an RBI and Leigha Egnor had three hits and an RBI for Paulding.

Allen East 19,

Liberty-Benton 9

HARROD — Savannah Sizemore and Kristin Whitney each doubled for Allen East.

Girls track & field

Lima Senior wins

Edwin C. Moses Relays

DAYTON — The quartet of Ka’Niyah Stevens, Deji’Ona Shurelds Simpson, India Benton and Elyse Kelley finished first in the 800 (1:47.72), 1,600 (4:04.14) and 1,600 medley (200-200-400-800, 4:31.02) relays in leading the Lima Senior girls to a first-place finish Monday night at the Edwin C. Moses Relays at Welcome Stadium.

The Spartans finished with 65 points followed by Stivers (62), Dunbar (61), Belmont (60), Trotwood-Madison (49) and Waynesville (39.5), Ponitz (33), Meadowdale (20.5), Troy Christian (12) and Thurgood Marshall (3).

The Lima Senior 800 sprint medley (100-100-200-400) team of Lynnae Wheeler, India Benton, Elyse Kelley and Deji’Ona Shurelds Simpson also finished first (1:53.01).

Kamyra Shannon, Stevens, LaKayla Lasenby and Lynnae Wheeler were second in the 400 relay (52.29) behind Trotwood-Madison (51.82) and Lasenby, Lexis Turks and Laikyn Wheeler and Lynnae Wheeler were runner-up in the 4x100 shuttle hurdle (1:20.3) behind Ponitz (1:08.74)

Track and field: Ayersville quad meet with Continental
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/04/Ayersville-quad-meeting-including-Continental-2.pdfTrack and field: Ayersville quad meet with Continental
Track and field: Bluffton tri meet with Fort Jennings, Ada
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/04/Bluffton-tri-meet-with-Fort-Jennings-Ada-2.pdfTrack and field: Bluffton tri meet with Fort Jennings, Ada
Track and field: Delphos St. John's quad meet Kalida, Spencerville, Perry
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/04/Delphos-St.-john-s-quad-meet-with-Kalida-Spencerville-Perry-2.pdfTrack and field: Delphos St. John's quad meet Kalida, Spencerville, Perry
Track and field: Elida tri meet with Kenton, Defiance
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/04/Elida-tri-meet-with-Kenton-Defiance-2.pdfTrack and field: Elida tri meet with Kenton, Defiance
Track and field: Waynesfield-Goshen tri meet with Lima Senior, Wapakoneta
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/04/waynesfield-goshen-tri-meet-with-lima-senior-wapakoneta-2.pdfTrack and field: Waynesfield-Goshen tri meet with Lima Senior, Wapakoneta
Track and field: Minster tri meet with LCC, Parkway
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/04/minster-tri-meet-with-LCC-Parkway-2.pdfTrack and field: Minster tri meet with LCC, Parkway
Track and field: Ottawa-Glandorf dual meet with Leipsic
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/04/ottawa-glandorf-dual-meet-with-leipsic-2.pdfTrack and field: Ottawa-Glandorf dual meet with Leipsic
Track and field: Ridgemont quad meet
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/04/ridgemont-quad-meet-2.pdfTrack and field: Ridgemont quad meet
Track and field: St. Henry quad meet with Marion Local, Coldwater, Russia
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/04/st-henry-quad-meet-with-marion-local-coldwater-russia-2.pdfTrack and field: St. Henry quad meet with Marion Local, Coldwater, Russia
Track and field: St. Marys tri meet with Shawnee, Celina
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/04/st-marys-tri-meet-with-shawnee-celina-2.pdfTrack and field: St. Marys tri meet with Shawnee, Celina
Track and field: Van Wert County meet
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/04/van-wert-county-meet-2.pdfTrack and field: Van Wert County meet
The Lima Senior girls track and field team finished first at Monday's Edwin C. Moses Relays at Welcome Stadium in Dayton. Photo provided
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/04/web1_limasenior-3.jpgThe Lima Senior girls track and field team finished first at Monday's Edwin C. Moses Relays at Welcome Stadium in Dayton. Photo provided

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