Temple Christian 1, Cory-Rawson 0
Temple Christian’s Jacob Holloway scored the lone goal for the Pioneers. Temple Christian keeper Cody Motter recorded four saves to preserve the shutout.
Lehman Catholic 11, Coldwater 2
SIDNEY — Coldwater’s Emma Ayers and Ava Brianna Keller scored goals.
Shawnee 2, Bryan 1
BRYAN — Shawnee’s Sophia Fusillo scored both goals for the Indians and Bri Ridenour was credited with two assists. Shawnee keeper Kaelan Swallow recorded fives saves.
Van Buren 2, Kalida 0
VAN BUREN — Van Buren’s Hannah Missler scored both goals. Kalida keeper Bailey White made six saves and VAn Buren goal notched six saves.
Van Buren evens its record at 1-1-0 and Kalida falls to 0-2-0.
Elida 4, Kenton 1
Elida got singles wins from Maggie Litle and Rylie Mick and doubles wins from McKenzie Sairel and Keighley Eidholt and the pair of McKenna Shellhouse and Alayna Mack. Kenton’s lone win came from MyKaela Schriber.
Findlay 191, Pandora-Gilboa 198
BLUFFTON —Pandora-Gilboa’s Eli Hoffman shot a 46 for the low Rocket score. Other P-G scores were Alex Recker 49, Trey Hovest and Sam Norton 52.
Lima Central Catholic 176, Parkway 179
SPENCERVILLE — Lima Central Catholic’s Alex Wisser was the medalist with a 41. Other Thunderbird scores Braydon Ruble (44), Casey Koenig (45) and Brady Koenig (46). For Parkway, Gabe Schaaf was the low score for the Panthers with a 44. Other Parkway scores were Brayden Bruns (45),Canen Slusher (48) and Camdyn Clay (48).
Antwerp 174, Paulding 186
Paulding’s Kolson Egnor shot the low score with a 42. Other Panther scores were yle Dominique (43), Josh Carper (50), Hailey Hartzell (51), Kyle Harris (53) and Logan Tope 58. Antwerp’s Jake Eaken was the medalist with a 34.
Kalida 164, Delphos St. John 172
DELPHOS — Delphos’ Jack Gerker was the medalist with a 37. Other Blue Jay scores were Jared Lucas (43), Trent Lindeman (46) and Jeffery Odenweller (46). For Kalida, Ryan Klausing and Josh Recker both produced 39s. Other Wildcat scores were David Peck (43) and Grace Miller (43).
Fort Loramie 3, Minster 0
MINSTER — Fort Loramie won 25-23, 25-17 and 25-18. For Fort Loramie Maya Maurer recorded 40 assists and Ava Sholtis added 14 kills and McKenzie Hoelscher added 12 kills. Macy Imwalle notched 12 digs.
Lima Central Catholic 3, Wayne Trace 0
HAVILAND — Lima Central Catholic won in straight sets 25-9, 25-22 and 25-15. For Wayne Trace, Katie Stoller had 12 assists and five digs and Katrina Stoller had six kills and nine digs. Miriam Sinn had 17 digs and three kills.
Botkins 3, Temple Christian 0
BOTKINS — Botkins defeated Temple 25-10, 25-21 NS 25-20. For Temple Christian Emma White had three aces and three assists and Cecelia Worsham had three kills and 10 digs. Lindsey Stump had 10 digs and Jessica Holloway added six dig.
Temple Christian falls to 2-1.
New Knoxville 3, Houston 0
NEW KNOXVILLE — New Knoxville won in straight sets 25-10, 25-14 and 25-6. For New Knoxville, Carsyn Henschen recorded eight kills Haley Fledderjohann notched 16 digs, Ellie Gabe had seven kills and 10 digs and Carly Fledderjohann had 21 assists and 13 digs.
ONU men picked third
ADA – The Ohio Northern men’s cross country team has been picked to finish third in the Ohio Athletic Conference in a poll conducted by the league’s 10 coaches.
The Polar Bears received 64 points in the poll, trailing only Otterbein (80 points) and John Carroll (71 points).
ONU returns eight lettermen from last year’s squad that posted a 97-29 record and finished third at the OAC Championships under 11th-year head coach Jason Maus.
The Polar Bears will open their 2019 season on Aug. 30 at the Bluffton 6k.
ONU women picked fourth
ADA – The Ohio Northern women’s cross country team has been picked to finish fourth in the Ohio Athletic Conference in a poll conducted by the league’s 10 coaches.
The Polar Bears received 58 points in the poll. Baldwin Wallace was selected first with 79 points, Otterbein was second with 67 points and Otterbein was third with 66 points.
ONU returns seven lettermen from last year’s squad that went 94-30 overall and finished fifth at the OAC Championships under 11th-year head coach Jason Maus.
The Polar Bears will open their 2019 season on Aug. 30 at the Bluffton 5k.