Roundup: Ethan Harmon shoots 4-under 31 in Elida victory against St. Marys


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Lima Senior’s Noah Phillips controls the ball against Fremont Ross’ Ayden Carter during Tuesday’s match at Spartan Stadium.

Lima Senior’s Noah Phillips controls the ball against Fremont Ross’ Ayden Carter during Tuesday’s match at Spartan Stadium.


Richard Parrish | The Lima News

Lima Senior’s Kaden Burkland dribbles against Fremont Ross’ Cesar Flores during Tuesday’s match at Spartan Stadium.

Lima Senior’s Kaden Burkland dribbles against Fremont Ross’ Cesar Flores during Tuesday’s match at Spartan Stadium.


Richard Parrish | The Lima News

Lima Central Catholic’s Sophia Santaguida dribbles against Spencerville’s Jenna Litsey during Tuesday’s match at Spartan Stadium.


Richard Parrish | The Lima News

Boys golf

Elida 147, St. Marys 153

CELINA — Medalist Ethan Harmon shot a 4-under 31 for Elida at Northmoor. Gavin Harmon (38), Carson Harmon (38) and Dylan Buetner (40) also contributed to the Bulldogs’ winning total. Andrew Moore (36), Austin Boley (37) and Calvin Caywood (39) each shot under 40 for St. Marys.

Kalida 154, Leipsic 174

OTTAWA — Co-medalists Ryan Klausing (37) and Justin Siebeneck (37), David Peck (38) and Josh Recker (42) combined for the winning total at par 35 Pike Run. Jaden Siefker led Leipsic with a 42.

Ottawa-Glandorf 159,

Shawnee 186

OTTAWA — Medalist Parker Schomaeker (37), Alex Ellerbrock (39), Dylan Meyer (41) and Carter Schimmoeller (42) combined for the winning total at par 35 Pike Run. Justin Altenbach led Shawnee with a 44.

Miller City 201, Holgate 217

OTTAWA — Medalist TJ Michel (43), Dillon Peck (51), Thomas Weis (53) and Brian Wank (54) combined for the winning team score at par 35 Pike Run.

Coldwater 175,

Waynesfield-Goshen 194

WAYNESFIELD — Medalist Carson Muhlenkamp (38), Collin Muhlenkamp (42), Michael Schoenherr (46) and Keegan Bruggeman (49) combined for the low team score at par 36 Prairie View. Hyatt Kaufman led W-G with a 45.

Pandora-Gilboa 202,

Lima Senior 242

LIMA — Medalist Trey Hovest (44), Eli Hoffman (47), Alex Ricker (43) and Sam Norton (58) posted the winning team score at par 36 Lost Creek. Noah Edwards led Lima Senior with a 56.

Bath 179, Wapakoneta 179

LIMA — Wapakoneta won the fifth-score tiebreaker as Clay Wilsey (44), Joe Hefner (44), Tim Bruns (45), Cooper Talowsky (46) and Austin West (50) combined for the winning total at par 36 Hidden Creek. Bath’s Britton Hall was medalist with a 38.

Bryan 154, Paulding 181

DEFIANCE — Kolson Egnor led Paulding with a 39.

Girls golf

Lexington 184, Shawnee 195

MANSFIELD — Madilyn Paphanchith led Shawnee with a 43 at the par 37 Oak Tree Golf Club.

Delphos Jefferson 200,

Crestview 297

VAN WERT — Medalist Sydnie McGue (48), Anna Fitch (49), Riley Smith (50) and Kaylee Buzard (53) combined for the winning total at par 26 Hickory Sticks. Breanna Hahn led Crestview with a 69.

Boys soccer

Fremont Ross 4,

Lima Senior 2

LIMA — Keegan Halliday had Caden Fry had Lima Senior’s goals.

Ottawa-Glandorf 2,

Defiance 0

DEFIANCE — Mitch Schroeder and Blaize Heuerman each had a goal and teammate Ethan Alt made six saves to earn the shutout in goal.

Ottoville 4, New Knoxville 0

OTTOVILLE — Joe Miller had two goals and Drew Fisher and Nolan German had one tally each.

Ada 2, Lincolnview 0

MIDDLE POINT — Skyler Williams and Isaac Spar each had a goal and Grant Preston made 15 saves to earn the shutout in goal.

Shawnee 6, Ontario 2

ONTARIO — Austin Miller and Jake Miller each had two goals and Damian Zeigler and Carter Schaaf each had a single tally. Brayden Ward had a pair of assists also for the Indians.

Girls soccer

Spencerville 2, LCC 1

LIMA — Kelsey Shaffer had two goals and Annike Walker scored one.

Continental 6,

Fort Jennings 1

CONTINENTAL — Alex Hoeffel had four goals and Continental’s Maddie Burke and Marissa Becher and Fort Jennings’ Kristen Luersman each had a single tally.

Crestview 7,

Delphos Jefferson 0

DELPHOS — No other information was reported about this match at deadline.

Bath 3, Elida 0

ELIDA — Chandler Clark had two goals and Ainsley Miller had a single tally. Kyla Bailey earned the shutout in goal.

Cory-Rawson 1, Ottoville 0

RAWSON — Paige McVetta had the match’s only goal on an assist by Zoe Chisholm. C-R’s Katie Bish and Ottoville’s Skylar Turnwald each had eight saves in goal.

Celina 4, Kenton 2

KENTON — Jena Wilson had two goals and Reilly Cox and Emma Minnich coverted one each for Celina. Sidney Plott and Hannah Holland each had a tally for Kenton.

Shawnee 4, Defiance 1

SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — Kennedy Jensen, Tessa Jordan, Natalya Booher and Sophia Fusillo each had a goal for Shawnee (4-1-1, 1-0-1 Western Buckeye League). Kaelen Swallow made three saves in goal for Shawnee.

Wapakoneta 9, Van Wert 0

WAPAKONETA — No other information was reported about this match.

Bluffton 9,

Columbus Grove 0

BLUFFTON — Laykin Garmatter and Reagan Mittendorf each had three goals, Kayla White had a pair of scores and Lauren Rhodes contributed a single tally.

Girls tennis

Bath 4, Defiance 1

BATH TOWNSHIP — Singles players Esther Bolon and Ruby Bolon and the doubles teams of Fayme Ghandi and Elena Oliver and Rachel Wilcox and Chloe Rieman all won matches for Bath.

St. Marys 5, Kenton 0

ST. MARYS — Singles players Allie Vanderhorst, Grace Dodson and Charley Spencer and the doubles teams of Allyson Tagle and Jaden Gibson and Alivia Sawmiller and Ashley Dawson all won.

Wapakoneta 5, Elida 0

ELIDA — Singles players Madison Snider, Ellie Schroer and Makenzie Schroeder and the doubles teams of Casey Minnig and Alyssa Good and Mara Stiles and Bailey Barrett all won.

Bluffton 3, Fostoria 2

BLUFFTON — Singles players Erin Hotmire and Olivia Barnes and the doubles team of Pearl Lewandowski and Julia Smallcomb won for Bluffton.

Volleyball

Coldwater 3, Wapakoneta 0

COLDWATER — The Cavaliers won 25-15, 25-18, 25-11. Lauren Gilliland had 18 kills, Alaina Steinke had eight kills and seven aces, Annelise Harlamert had 32 assists and Katie Alig had seven digs for Coldwater. Makenzie Wilson had 10 kills, Morgan Voll had 10 assists and Kaylei Barnett had eight digs for the Redskins (4-2)

LCC 3, Benjamin Logan 0

BELLFONTAINE — The Thunderbirds won 25-17, 25-18, 25-23. Rosie Williams had 10 kills, Kennedy Parker had nine kills and four blocks, Jaylen Roehm had nine kills, Jocelyn Morrisey had 22 digs and nine kills, Hannah Riepenhoff had 37 assists and Victoria Lauck had 22 digs for Lima Central Catholic.

Shawnee 3, Allen East 0

HARROD — The Indians won 25-9, 25-10, 25-17. Kelsey Fischbach had 18 assists, six digs and five blocks, Karrington Green had eight kills, Trinity Gearing had seven kills and six blocks, Paige Maxwell had nine digs and Leah Stallkamp had five aces and three digs for Shawnee. Kristin Whitley had six kills, Alivia Craig had five kills and Anamya Truex had four kills for Allen East.

Arlington 3, Bluffton 1

ARLINGTON — The Pirate fell 25-17, 25-23, 22-25, 25-17. Kylie Stackhouse had 15 kills and three aces, Taylor Schwab had six kills, three blocks and 14 digs, Libby Schaadt had five kills, Skyler Scoles had 26 assists, Kylie Monday had 20 digs, Joscelin Reineke had 12 digs for Bluffton.

Columbus Grove 3,

Continental 0

CONTINENTAL — The Bulldogs won 25-9, 25-19, 25-8. Alayna Ricker had eight kills, Cassie Heilman had eight kills, Abigail Gladwell had three aces, Becca Choi had 20 assists, Lauren Benoth had 10 assists and Emily Ridinger had eight digs for Grove.

New Bremen 3, St. Marys 1

ST. MARYS — The Cardinals won 25-5, 20-25, 25-7, 25-6. Sam Ackroyd had five kills, Claire Bertke had four kills, Cherissa Priddy had 12 digs and Abbie Young had nine assists for St. Marys.

Lincolnview 3, Elida 0

MIDDLE POINT — The Lancers won 25-15, 25-13, 25-18. Rachel Mitchell had 13 kills, Addisyn Freeman had five kills, Cadence Miller had 16 digs and 18 assists and Kenzie Miller had 10 digs for Elida.

Pandora-Gilboa 4, Bath 1

BATH TOWNSHIP — The Rockets won 25-22, 25-19, 20-25, 26-24. No other information was reported about this match.

Fort Recovery 3, Jay County 1

PORTLAND, Ind. — The Indians (8-1) won 17-25, 25-21, 25-21, 25-21. Kierra Wendel had 19 digs and four aces, Brooke Kahlig had 13 digs and three aces, Paige Fortkamp had 16 kills and seven digs, Chloe Showalter had eight digs and 21 assists, Hope Wendel had 19 assists and Whitley Rammel had 11 kills and three blocks for Fort Recovery.

Spencerville 3,

Waynesfield-Goshen 2

WAYNESFIELD — The Bearcats won 20-25, 13-25, 25-19, 25-16, 15-8. Hannah Hendrickson had eight digs and and 11 aces, Maddie Flinn had 11 kills and Rylie Barrington had 14 assists and seven kills for W-G.

Paulding 3, Montpelier 0

PAULDING — The Panthers won 25-11, 25-21, 28-26. Leigha Egnor had five aces and 10 assists, Sadie Estle had seven kills, seven digs and four aces and Janae Pease had nine digs for Paulding (3-2).

Football

Lima Senior

ticket sales

LIMA — Presale tickets for Friday’s Lima Sneior home game against Piqua will go on sale today in the Lima Senior Athletic Office.

Tickets can be purchased from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m. today and from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 3 p.m. Friday.

Cost is $7 for adults, $5 for students and $1 for staff (limit 2). All tickets at the gate will be $7.

For information, call 419-996-3050 or email tdaniel@spartan.limacityschools.org.

Colleges

Volleyball

Conference honors

ONU’s Huppert

ADA — Ohio Northern senior All-American Chelsea Huppert was named the Ohio Athletic Conference Volleyball Player of the Week form her efforts in the 41st annul ONU Invitational Friday at Saturday at the ONU Sports Center.

Huppert led the No. 23-ranked Polar Bears to victories over No. 13 Illinois Wesleyan and Transylvania (Kentucky).

Northern also dropped a four-set decision to No. 2 Calvin (Mich.) and a five-set encounter to No. 6 Wittenberg.

Huppert was named to the All-Tournament Team, finishing with team highs of 43 kills and 12 blocks in the four matches.

Women’s golf

OAC recognizes

ONU’s Cranmer

ADA — Ohio Northern junior Lydia Cranmer was named the Ohio Athletic Conference Women’s Golfer of the Week for Aug. 26-Sept. 2.

Cranmer won medalist honors for the seventh time in her career to lead the ONU to the team title at the ONU Fall Invitational on Saturday at Colonial Golfers Club.

The 36-hole tournament was shortened to 18 holes after play was suspended midway through Sunday’s second round due to heavy rains.

Cranmer won the tournament for the third consecutive season and finished with a 2-over par 74, tying her career-best 18-hole round.

Equestrian

Therapy program

volunteer orientation

The Equestrian Therapy Program is holding a Volunteer Orientation and Training Session from 9 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Fassett Farm, 22532 Grubb/Bowsher Road, Cridersville, Ohio 45806. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Brenda Wilder at The Equestrian Therapy Program: 419-371-4881 or brenda@etpfamorg. For more information about volunteering, go to etpfarm.org.

Lima Senior’s Noah Phillips controls the ball against Fremont Ross’ Ayden Carter during Tuesday’s match at Spartan Stadium.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/09/web1_LSH-vs-Fremont-Ross-RP-05-1.jpgLima Senior’s Noah Phillips controls the ball against Fremont Ross’ Ayden Carter during Tuesday’s match at Spartan Stadium. Richard Parrish | The Lima News
Lima Senior’s Kaden Burkland dribbles against Fremont Ross’ Cesar Flores during Tuesday’s match at Spartan Stadium.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/09/web1_LSH-vs-Fremont-Ross-RP-02-1.jpgLima Senior’s Kaden Burkland dribbles against Fremont Ross’ Cesar Flores during Tuesday’s match at Spartan Stadium. Richard Parrish | The Lima News
Lima Central Catholic’s Sophia Santaguida dribbles against Spencerville’s Jenna Litsey during Tuesday’s match at Spartan Stadium.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/09/web1_LCC-vs-Spencerville-RP-03-1.jpgLima Central Catholic’s Sophia Santaguida dribbles against Spencerville’s Jenna Litsey during Tuesday’s match at Spartan Stadium. Richard Parrish | The Lima News

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