Roundup: Ottawa-Glandorf defeats Bath on gridiron

By Staff Reports -

OTTAWA — Clay Recker ran for 124 yards on 17 carries and scored a pair of touchdowns as Ottawa-Glandorf defeated Bath 28-6 Friday night. Teammate Jacob Balbaugh had a 20-yard TD throw to Eric Heebsh and Shawn Beverly returned a punt 48 yards for another score.

Dallin McDermott connected with Zach Simpson on a 23-yard TD pass for Bath.

Clay 27, Lima Senior 12

OREGON — EJ Cameron connected with Cecil Benton Jr. for a pair of TD passes for Lima Senior. Cameron completed 20 of 35 pass attempts for 304 yards. Benton had six receptions for 121 yards.

Bluffton 70, Ada 50

ADA — Nate Schaadt ran 18 times for 82 yards and six touchdowns, and Tucker Neff had 315 yards and three TDs on 34 carries for Bluffton. Teammate Baylor Garmatter had 62 yards and a TD on nine carries as the Pirates finished with 480 yards rushing.

Ada’s Brandon Hull had four TD passes, completing 21 of 44 attempts for 207 yards. Daniel Mattson, Phillip Coulson, Zac Swaney and Keagan Hull each had a TD reception for the Bulldogs. Hull also had three TD runs, finishing with 140 yards rushing on 22 carries.

Crestview 48,

Delphos Jefferson 6

CONVOY — Caylib Pruett, Kaden Short and Brody Brecht each had a pair of TD runs. Teammate Carson Hunter and Jefferson’s Colin Bailey each ran for a touchdown. Pruett finished with 119 yard rushing on five carries, Short ran five times for 94 yards and Brecht had 110 yards on 14 attempts.

Marion Local 24,

Delphos St. John’s 0

MARIA STEIN — Dylan Heitkamp ran 13 times for 111 yards and a TD, and Grant Meier had a pair of touchdown runs. Alex Klosterman also connected on a 37-yard field goal.

Coldwater 38, Minster 20

MINSTER — Jake Hemmelgarn ran 17 times for 155 yards and a pair of TDs for the visiting Cavaliers. He also completed two touchdown passes to Will Broering. Myles Blasingame had a TD run also for Coldwater.

Alex Schmitmeyer had 85 yard rushing and two TDs on 21 carries for Minster. Teammate Jacob Niemeyer also had a touchdown run.

Celina 42, Elida 38

CELINA — Cooper Jones had two TD passes and also ran for a score for Celina. Jones connected with Quinn Andrew and Jaxson Silliman on the scoring throws. He finished with 133 yards rushing on 18 carries. Silliman also had three touchdown runs and carried the ball 14 times for 110 yards. Elida’s Keshawn Spivey had TD passes to Marcel Poe and Nick Niebel and a pair of touchdown runs. He finished with 114 yards rushing on 22 carries. Marcel Poe had a TD run and Gunner Kuhn connected on a 28-yard field goal also for Elida.

St. Marys 24, Van Wert 14

ST. MARYS — Ty Howell had 133 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries, Kurt Bubp had a TD run and Brandon Bowers connected on a 39-yard field goal for the Roughriders. Jake Hillary and Kaiden Bates each had TD runs and Owen Treece ran for 107 yards on 21 carries for the Cougars.

Perry 66, Elgin 36

PERRY TOWNSHIP — Yingst completed eight of 12 passes for 251 and three touchdowns for Perry. He also had 10 carries for 108 yards and three TDs. Chazz Jackson caught to of Yingst’s TD throws and finished with five receptions for 173 yards. Devares Glenn had the other touchdown receptins, finishing with three catches for 76 yards. Jackson and Glenn also each returned a kickoff for a touchdown.

Spencerville 44, Paulding 20

SPENCERVILLE — Gunner Grigsby had 217 yards rushing and two TDs on 26 carries for Spencerville. Joel Lotz had a TD run and also scored on a punt return and Josh Henline and Braden Bowers each had a touchdown run also for the Bearcats.

Payton Beckman completed 13 of 26 pass attempts for 220 yards and two TDs for Paulding. Caleb Manz had one of the touchdown receptions, finishing with three catches for 86 yards. Owen Carnahan had the other TD reception and had four catches for 98 yards. No. 8 had a TD run also for the Panthers.

Liberty-Benton 55,

Cory-Rawson 7

RAWSON — Tommy Stauffer connected on a 79-yard pass play to Hunter Stauffer for a Cory-Rawson touchdown.

Versailles 30, Parkway 27

VERSAILLES — Parkway’s Eli Rich ran for a touchdown and connected with Corey Wells for another score. Wells also scored on a blocked punt and Nick Hawk returned a kickoff 82 yards for another TD.

Hardin Northern 21, Upper Scioto Valley 14

MCGUFFEY — Zac Warmbrod rushed 16 times for 100 yards and a pair of touchdowns for Hardin Northern. Teammate Nevin Robson connected with Bryant Conley on a 5-yard TD pass. Jackson Rohrs, who had three receptions for 95 yards and rushed for 78 yards on 11 carries, had a TD run, and Evan Thompson caught an 19-yard pass from Kadyn Hurley for another TD for USV.

New Bremen 34, Fort Recovery 27

NEW BREMEN — Mitchell Hays scored on an 8-yard in the fourth quarter to give the Cardinals the lead for good. It was the second TD of the game for Hays, who finished with 127 yards on 23 carries. Zach Bertke, Nolan Bornhorst and Wyatt Dicke each had a TD run also for New Bremen. Fort Recovery’s Clay Schmitz completed 16 of 27 pass attempts for 271 yards and three touchdowns. Two of Regan Martin’s seven receptions for 132 yards were for touchowns for Fort Recovery. Teammate Riley Pearson had three receptions for 73 yards and a TD. Gavin Thobe also had a TD run for the Indians.

Girls golf

WBL tournament

LIMA — Wapakoneta (372) won the team title followed by Celina (379), Shawnee (398), Kenton (464) and Defiance (478).

Taylor West (89), Olivia Place (91), Emma Terrill (94) and Jackie Oen (98) combined for the winning total at The Oaks (par 72).

Celina’s Madelyn Sudoff was medalist with an 84. Shawnee’s Madilyn Paphanchith (91) and Kenton’s Eden Cronley (102) had the low rounds for their respective schools.

Girls soccer

Ottoville 1,

Fort Jennings 1

FORT JENNINGS — Fort Jennings’ Reilly Fitzpatrick and Ottoville’s Nicole Knippen each had a goal.

Boys soccer

Kalida 2, Continental 1

Kalida’s Drew Fersch and Clay Bellmann and Continental’s Wyatt Davis each had a goal. Kalida goalie Brayden Rocker made four saves.

By Staff Reports

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