FINDLAY — Lima Senior’s Dejiona Shurelds Simpson won the 200- and 400-meter dashes Friday night at the Division I district at Cooper Tire Track and Field Complex.
Shawnee’s Karrington Green finished first in the 100 hurdles as the Indians finished seventh and Lima Senior was eighth in the team standings.
In the boys’ competition, Shawnee’s Trevor Miller won the 300 hurdles. Shawnee was seventh in the team standings.
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COLDWATER — Winning pitcher Cole Frilling allowed two hits and two walks while striking out six. Jacob Wenning had a double and two RBI and teammates Myles Blasingame and Alex Wourms each had a hit. The Cavaliers advanced to play Fort Recovery at 2 p.m. Thursday at Elida.
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FORT RECOVERY — Ryne Post had three hits and two RBI, Cole Grisez had a pair of hits and two RBI and Kody Shinabery had two hits for the host Indians.
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LIMA — Ethan Jordan, Brayden O’Dell, Jawan Anderson an D’Ontre Cowan each had a hit and Caleb Dugan knocked in a run for the host Spartans.
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NEW BREMEN — Winning pitcher Justin Tenkman allowed six hits and a walk while striking out five. Patrick Wells had two hits and two RBI and Ryan Bertke and Bryce Blickle each had two hits also for the host Cardinals.
OTTOVILLE — Winning pitcher Allie Honigford allowed three hits and four walks while striking out seven in a five-inning complete game. She also had two hits, including a triple, and three RBI. Brooke Kortokrax had two hits and two RBI, Madison Averesch and Olivia Gamble each had two hits and an RBI, Paige Hoersten had two hits and Ashley Landin had a hit and an RBI for the host Big Green. Makiya Brown had two hits and Alexis McCoy had a hit and an RBI for P-G.
Lima Senior 21, Findlay 3
LIMA — Lima Senior wrapped up its season with Deavan Scott scoring a school-record seven goals. Also scoring multiple goals for the Spartans were Allen Madlock (five), Ishmeal Curtis (four) and Josh Keys (two). Kyshawn Newell, Dennis Williams and De’anthony Walker had a goal each for Lima Senior (8-11-1). Newell, Scott, Aaron Bowsher and Madlock all picked up assists.
7th at nationals
OKLAHOMA CITY — The University of Northwestern Ohio posted its highest finish ever at the NAIA Championship, tying for seventh as the fourth and final round was played at the Lincoln Park Golf Club West Course.
UNOH was the top mover in the final day, advancing two spots after being ninth heading into the final round.
Caitriona Griffin and Devaki Ganesh were selected to the All-Tournament Team as they each tied for ninth with a three-round score of 292. As a result of being named to the All-Tournament Team, Ganesh automatically qualifies for the 2020 national tournament. Griffin shot a 2-under-par 70 in the final round, which is the fourth lowest score by a Racer in a round this season.
Northwestern Ohio shot 300 as a team on Friday, which ties for the third lowest round by the team on the year.
ADA — The National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) has named Ohio Northern’s Hailee Loughman and catcher Gabby Stewart to the 2019 NFCA All-Central Region squads for their on-field performance this season, the national office announced.
Loughman was named First-Team All-Central Region at third base, while Stewart garnered Second-Team All-Central Region honors. The duo was listed among 364 total players recognized in the NCAA’s eight regions across the country this year.
All NFCA member coaches in each NCAA Division III region nominate and vote upon players for their performance during the season. The NFCA then creates three 15-player teams in each region for their annual awards list.
With her first-team selection, Loughman automatically advances to the NFCA All-America ballot. The All-America teams are expected to be announced May 22.
ADA — The College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) have named Ohio Northern’s Cameron Marous (a CoSIDA Google Cloud Academic All-District 7 At-Large honoree for the 2018-19 academic year, the national office announced.
To be considered, student-athletes must be a sophomore-or-higher in academic standing, serve as a starter or important reserve player for their respective team, and have a 3.30 minimum cumulative grade point average on a 4.0 scale at their current institution. In addition, all nominees must have participated in 50 percent of the team’s competitions at their designated position.
Sports information directors at member institutions within the region then vote on nominees based upon their on-field success and academic achievements.
LIMA — Due to rainstorms and area flooding Limaland Motorsports Park Management was forced to cancel Friday night’s Spring Fling event.
The next scheduled Limaland event, which will also be opening night, is the May 24 Memorial Cup presented by Mercy Health featuring the K&L Ready Mix NRA Sprints, Northwest Physical Therapy UMP Modifieds along with the Bud Thunderstocks. Grandstand gates open at 5 p.m., hot laps begin at 6:30 p.m. with racing starting at 7:30 p.m.
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