Roundup: Van Wert’s Hilleary has 5 touchdowns in win against Shawnee


By Staff Reports - sports@limanews.com



FORT SHAWNEE — Van Wert scored 21 points in the second period to help lead a 34-21 Western Buckeye League victory over Shawnee in high school football activity Friday night.

Pacing the Cougars were Jake Hilleary with 31 rushes for 162 yards and four scores on runs: from two, two, 17 and eight yards. Owen Treece added a 15-yard scoring pass to Hilleary and completed 15-of-26 passing for 251 yards. Drew Johnson caught seven passes for 126 yards.

For the Indians, John Barker was 12-of-26 passing for 164 yards and one score: 30 yards to Jacob Vorhees. Peyton Wilson added a 3-yard scoring run and Barker a 1-yard TD run. Vorhees caught nine passes for 153 yards.

Spencerville 58, Ada 14

SPENCERVILLE — Joel Lotz had 14 carries for 151 yards and a pair of touchdowns and Gunner Grigsby had 17 carries 115 yards and three touchdowns. Teammate Braden Bowers had 67 yards and a TD on nine carries. The Bearcats’ Josh Henline connected with Eli Harter on an 18-yard touchdown pass. Ada’s Brandon Hull ran for touchdown and had a 59 yard scoring connection to Zac Swaney.

Bath 13, Defiance 6

DEFIANCE — Dallin McDermott complete touchdown passes to Carter Parlapiano and Blaine Albright as the Wildcats improved to 2-4 overall and 2-3 in the Western Buckeye League. McDermott completed 13 of 18 pass attempts for 246 yards.

MINSTER — The Wildcats improved to 5-1 overall and 3-1 in the Midwest Athletic Conference while the Blue Jays fell to 1-5 on the season and 0-4 in the MAC. No other information was reported about this game.

Paulding 21, Bluffton 9

BLUFFTON - After a scoreless first period, Paulding scored seven points in each of the next three quarters to grab a Northwest Conference triumph over Bluffton.

Eric King had three touchdown runs for the Panthers: one, two and three yards. Jacob Deisler ran 22 times for 101 yards.

The Pirates received a 26-yard field goal from Kyle Koontz and a Nate Schaadt 1-yard TD rush.

Coldwater 42, New Bremen 16

NEW BREMEN - Coldwater quarterback Jake Hemmelgarn accounted for five touchdowns as Coldwater upended New Bremen in the Midwest Athletic Conference.

Hemmelgarn was 24-of-37 passing for 295 yards and scores of two and six yards to Ross Wiegel and eight yards to Will Broering. Hemmelgarn added 11 carries for 109 yards and a pair of tallies: 56 and 11 yards. Nate Grieshop tacked on a 5-yard scoring run.

The Cardinals’ Mitchell Hays threw an 8-yard TD pass to Patrick Wells and tacked on a 66-yard TD rush. Owen Gabel added a 30-yard field goal. Hays ran 22 times for 159 yards.

Fort Recovery 27, Parkway 26

FORT RECOVERY - Fort Recovery held off a furious fourth-quarter rally to knock off Parkway in a Midwest Athletic Conference clash.

Leading the Indians were Clay Schmitz, who completed 16-of-23 passing for 345 yards and three touchdowns: 86 yards to Derek Jutte, 25 yards to Jacob Acheson and 20 yards to Gavin Tobe. Schmitz added a 1-yard rushing score. Jutte caught three passes for 115 yards and Thobe four passes for 105 yards.

The Panthers scored all their points in the final quarter, led by Elijah Rich’s 13-of-21 passing for 173 yards and two TDs to Caleb Kinney (8 and 16 yards). Nick Hawk ran in a score from two yards and caught an 8-yard TD from Gavin Stober.

Liberty-Benton 17, Pandora-Gilboa 7

PANDORA - The Liberty-Benton defense held Pandora-Gilboa’s offense to one touchdown in securing a Blanchard Valley Conference win.

Leading the Rockets was Silas Schmenk completing a 9-yard scoring toss to Austin Miller. Schmenk was 16-of-30 through the air for 150 yards.

Hardin Northern 28, Riverside 14

MOUNT BLANCHARD - Nevin Robson threw a pair of touchdowns to Frank McCoy in Hardin Northern’s defeat of Riverside in the Blanchard Valley Conference.

Robson’s TDs were from 33 and 34 yards. Also leading the Polar Bears was Brock Hipsher with a 1-yard scoring run and Owen Wetherill added a 34-yarder.

Liberty-Benton 17, Pandora-Gilboa 7

PANDORA - The Liberty-Benton defense held Pandora-Gilboa’s offense to one touchdown in securing a Blanchard Valley Conference win.

Leading the Rockets was Silas Schmenk completing a 9-yard scoring toss to Austin Miller. Schmenk was 16-of-30 through the air for 150 yards.

Hardin Northern 28, Riverside 14

MOUNT BLANCHARD - Nevin Robson threw a pair of touchdowns to Frank McCoy in Hardin Northern’s defeat of Riverside in the Blanchard Valley Conference.

Robson’s TDs were from 33 and 34 yards. Also leading the Polar Bears was Brock Hipsher with a 1-yard scoring run and Owen Wetherill added a 34-yarder.

Columbus Grove 24, Crestview 20

COLUMBUS GROVE - Columbus Grove outgained Crestview 327-210 in the Bulldogs’ Northwest Conference victory over the Knights.

Leading the Bulldogs was Blake Reynolds with two rushing tallies: from five and 24 yards; as well as 17 carries for 141 yards. Colin Metzger added a 70-yard scoring run and 19 totes for 157 yards and Rece Verhoff a 26-yard field goal.

Brody Brecht paced the Knights with 20 rushes for 144 yards and scores of three, 10 and four yards.

Allen East 54, Delphos Jefferson 8

DELPHOS - After falling behind 8-6 in the first period, Allen East scored the final 48 points and amassed 434 yards of total offense to seize a Northwest Conference victory over Delphos Jefferson.

Bryce Belcher topped the Mustangs with three rushing touchdowns of one, three and two yards. He also had two passing touchdowns: 36 yards to Cole Fletcher and 10 yards to Bradden Crumrine. Carter Young returned a kickoff 85 yards for a score and Wyatt Paxson added a 19-yard scoring run.

Colin Bailey scored the Wildcats’ lone touchdown, a 75-yard run, as they compiled 126 yards of offense.

Upper Scioto Valley 42, Ridgemont 14

MCGUFFEY - Upper Scioto Valley put together a 499-yard offense to grab a West Central Ohio Conference Conference triumph over Riverside.

Leading the way for the Rams was Jackson Rohrs with three rushing touchdowns: from 48, six and 24 yards as he had 21 rushes for 176 yards. Devan Sousley tacked on 16 rushes for 152 yards and TDs from two and nine yards. Kaden Hurley found Connor Sanders for a 43-yard scoring toss and completed 8-of-16 passes for 169 yards.

McComb 53, Cory-Rawson 0

MCCOMB - McComb’s defense was stellar, holding Cory-Rawson to 94 yards of total offense in the Panthers’ Blanchard Valley Conference rout.

The Panthers’ offense was also pretty good, getting 421 yards, led by Aaron Davis and his three touchdowns passing: 12 and 64 yards to Jared Dillon and 65 yards to Ka’Von Bailey. Jacob Dillon had touchdown rushes of four and six yards, Nathanial Miller two touchdown runs of four and 19 yards and Zach Deal a 1-yarder.

Deontae Davis had 19 carries for 94 yards for the Hornets.

Wapakoneta 63, Elida 20

WAPAKONETA - Wapakoneta’s offense amassed 558 yards total to seize a Western Buckeye League victory.

Leading the Redskins were Connor McDonald with 10 carries for 156 yards and four scores: six, 21, 47 and 19 yards and Evan Kaeck with 13 rushes for 121 yards and scores of six and one yards. Reed Mericle connected with Kaden Siefring for a 7-yard scoring pass, Jace Mullen had a 9-yard scoring run and Zach Rogers added a 4-yard rushing score.

The Bulldogs countered with KeShawn Spivey scoring TDs to Marcel Poe of three and two yards and a 5-yard scoring run by Spivey.

Marion Local 35, St. Henry 14

MARIA STEIN - Marion Local scored 28 points in the middle two periods to emerge with a Midwest Athletic Conference win over St. Henry.

Leading the Flyers were Grant Meier with two touchdowns rushing of five and two yards, Brandon Fleck with two rushing touchdowns of one and 30 yards and an 89-yard passing touchdown from Kyle Muhlenkamp to Charles Huelsman. Huelsman caught three passes for 112 yards.

For the Redskins, KJ Jacobs ran for two touchdowns: from 53 and one yards.

St. Marys 39, Kenton 34

KENTON - St. Marys overcame 650 yards passing by Kenton to squeak by the Wildcats in the Western Buckeye League.

Pacing the Roughriders was Ethan Wedding with touchdown rushes of 21 and four yards. Ty Howell ran for a 58-yard touchdown; Dylan Trogdlon had a 100-yard kickoff return to start the game; and Kurt Bubp added TD tosses to Ethan Freewalt (30 yards) and Howell (58). Howell ran 12 times for 130 yards.

For the Wildcats, Blaine Huston accounted for five TD passes in going 53-of-87: three to Jayden Cornell (14, six and five yards); a 6-yarder to Landon Rush; and a 64-yarder to Jacob Eversole. Cornell caught 18 passes for 212 yards, Rush 17 for 167 and Eversole nine for 160.

Leipsic 48, Crestline 21

CRESTLINE - Cole Williamson and Fabian Pena scored a pair of touchdowns each in leading Leipsic past Crestline in non-league action.

Williamson scored on runs of 20 and three yards and Pena ran for a 27-yarder and caught a 19-yarder from Drew Liffick. Liffick added a 2-yard TD toss to Tyler Sickmiller, Loranzo Walther ran for a 1-yarder and Dillan Niese added a 4-yard scoring run.

Girls tennis

Division II

sectional

LIMA — Shawnee’s Aria Patel and Kunmi Ojo and Lima Central Catholic’s Anna Janowski and Olivia Kesner advanced to district play in singles after reaching the semifinals at UNOH.

Bath’s Esther and Ruby Bolon, LCC’s Madie Brinkman and Morgan Chaney, Shawnee’s Katie Clark and Alotus Wei and Ottawa-Glandorf’s Addy and Emma Schmiedebusch made the semis in doubles and also earned district spots.

Play is scheduled to resume at 9 a.m. today at UNOH.

Volleyball

Miller City 3, Continental 0

The Wildcats won 25-21, 25-14, 25-18. Abi Lammers had 10 kills and 22 digs, Adrienne Kuhlman had 25 assists and Cayla Troyer had 26 digs and three aces for Miller City. Kennedy Hiltner had nine kills and 17 digs, Mackenzie Rayle had 13 digs and 19 assists and Madelyn Potts had 23 digs for Continental.

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