Elida 157, Kalida 160, LCC 182
KALIDA — Elida’s Carson Harmon was the medalist with a 36. Other Bulldog scores were Ethan Harmon (38), Gavin Harmon (37) and Dillon Buetner (46). For Kalida, Ryan Klausing shot the low score for the Wildcats with a 38. Other Kalida scores were Josh Recker (40), Justin Siebeneck (40) and Alec Edelbrock (42). For Lima Central Catholic Ross Otto produced the low score for the T-Birds with a 42. Other LCC scores were Alex Wisser (43), Brady Konenig (47) and Casey Konenig (50).
Allen East 180, Lincolnview 184, Jefferson 194
DELPHOS — Allen East’s Zach Miller garnered medalist honors after shooting a 38. Other Mustang scores were Carter Frey (45), Elijah Lawrence (49), Cameron Hedrick (49) and Noah Brown (51). Lincolnview’s Cole Binkley shot a 44 to lead the Lancers. Other Lincolnview scores were Grant Glossett (45), Landon Price (47), Dane Ebel (48) and Evan Miller (51). For Jefferson, Logan Gallmeier led the Wildcats with a 40. Other Delphos scores were Braxton Scalf (46), Brady Johnston (51) and John Pseekos (57).
St. Henry 184, Ft. Jennings 217, Crestview 229
DELPHOS — St. Henry’s Nate Niekamp was the medalist with a 45. Other Redskins scores were Reed Koesters (46), Andrew Mescher (46), Seth Heitkamp (47), Sam Koesters (48) and Ben Romer (48). For Crestview, Dillon Underwood led the Knights with a 53. Other Crestview scores wer Will Sharpe (55), Evan Scarlett (57), and Scotty Bowman (64). Fort Jennings was led by Gavin Schimmoeller with a 46. Other Ft. Jennings scores were Logan Schimmoeller (50), Thomas Calvelage (56) and Joseph Klir (65).
Bluffton 176, Leipsic 191
FINDLAY — Bluffton’s Kenny Lovett was the medalist with a score of 40. Other Pirate scores were Drw Wilson (42), Micah Minning (45) and Jaden Coonfare (49). For Leipsic, Jaden Siefker shot the low score of 44. Other Viking scores were Mason Brandt (46), Mason Tadena (50), and Eli Wueller (52).
Waynesfield-Goshen 180, Lehman Catholic 194
WAYNESFIELD — Waynesfield-Goshen’s Gauge Rumer was the medalist with a 41. Other Tiger scores were Chase Dawson (44), Hyatt Kauffman (45), Mason Boggs (50) and Gavin Schroeder (50).
Waynesfield-Goshen 180, Ridgemont 248
WAYNESFIELD — Waynesfield-Goshen’s Dawson was the medalist with a 40. Other Tiger scores were Rumer (43), Kauffman (48) and Boggs (53).
Pandora-Gilboa 206, Miller City 206
BLUFFTON — Miller City won the match due to the fifth man’s score. Miller City’s TJ Michel wa the medalist with a 42. Other Miller City scores were Dylan Peck (54), Isabelle Vance (54), Thomas Wris (56) and Kaleb Niese (56). For Pandora-Gilboa, Eli Hoffman was the low score for the Rockets with a 48. Other scores were Alex Ritter (50), Trey Hovest (52), Grant Ferthing (56) and Sam Norton (61).
Delphos St. John’s 165, Coldwater 168
DELPHOS — Coldwater scores were Carson Muhlenkamp (35), Nathan Kaiser (39), Collin Muhlenkamp (45), Hayden Beougher (49) and Keegan Bruggeman (50).
Otttawa Glandorf 170, Wayne Trace 175
Ottawa-Glandorf’s Zach Stechschulte was the medalist with a 40. Other Titan scores were Carter Schimmoeller (41), Brayden Buckland (44), Alex Ellerbrock (45), Carson Trombley (46) and Dylan Meyer (46). Scoring for Wayne Trace were Kaden Sutton (41), Cale Crosby (42), Reid Miller (45), Dane Moore (47), Nyle Stoller (50) and Evan Crosby (53).
Wayne Trace 4, Ottoville 1 (Match Play)
Ottoville lone win came from Dru Hilvers. Posting wins for Wayne Trace were Mitch Sutton, Dane Moore, Cale Crosby and Evan Crosby.
Coldwater 200, Delphos Jefferson 226
DELPHOS — Coldwater’s Emma Eckstein earned medalist honors with a score of 48. Other Cav scores were Sara Diller (50), Abby Ashbaugh (50), Sarah Diller (50) and Grace Buschur (56). For Jefferson, Anna Fitch led the Wildcats with a (50). Other Jefferson scores were Kaylee Buzard (57), Riley Smith (59) and Alivia Carpenter (60).
Jefferson slips to 6-2 and Coldwater improves to 2-0.
Lima Central Catholic 5, Kenton 0
Lima Central Catholic got singles wins from Olivia Kesner, Morgan Chaney and Paige Brinkman and doubles wins from the team of Anna Janowski and Madie Brinkman and the pair of Nicole Patricio-Agosto and Carrie Heider.
Shawnee 5, Sidney 0
SIDNEY — Shawnee got singles wins from Aria Patel, Kunmi Ojo, Alora Pate and doubles wins from the team of Alotus Wei and Katie Clark and the pair of Donna Bowers and Hannah Paton.
Riverdale 3, Elida 2
MT. BLANCHARD — Elida got two goals from Brook Reese and Analei Jackson
Gridiron Classic tickets on sale.
Lima Senior High School and Lima Central Catholic High School will meet to compete on the gridiron but team up to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Kickoff will be at 7 p.m. Aug. 29, in Spartan Stadium. It is both schools’ first game of the season.
Other than a couple scrimmages, this will be the first time the two schools have played in football. They play each other in several other sports.
Tickets are now on sale in both schools’ Athletic Offices. Pre-sale tickets are $8 for adults and $6 for students. All tickets at the gate are $8.
Both schools also have 50/50 raffle tickets for sale. Proceeds will be split between the two schools.
The night will begin with a Cancer Survivors Walk around the track at Spartan Stadium. Any survivor is invited to participate and will get a Relay For Life Survivor T-shirt.
Survivors will walk one lap beginning at 6:30 p.m. Participants should begin gathering near the field (by the Spartan Spirit Shack on the northwest side of the stadium) at 6:15 p.m. Stadium gates will open at 5:30 p.m.
Both schools are excited to come together in support of the American Cancer Society.
“This event is another opportunity to put one of LCC’s core values, service, into action,” LCC Principal Stephanie Williams said. “The goal is to unite our community to benefit a common cause, one that impacts many of our families regardless of what school we favor.”
“This is really going to be a special night for our community,” Lima City Schools Superintendent Jill Ackerman added. “Yes, fans will see some great high school football, but more importantly they will witness two school communities come together to support a wonderful cause.”
T-shirts commemorating the game are available with proceeds going to the American Cancer Society. They can be purchased for $13 in the Athletic Offices.
There will also be a Kick 4 Cash during the game and other ways to support the American Cancer Society.
The marching bands and cheerleaders at LCC and Lima Senior will come together for pregame and halftime shows.