Roundup: Girls tennis sectional titles determined


Lexi Gregory

Lexi Gregory


Shawnee’s Kunmi Ojo hits a return during singles play at Saturday’s Division II sectional at UNOH.

Shawnee’s Kunmi Ojo hits a return during singles play at Saturday’s Division II sectional at UNOH.


Richard Parrish | The Lima News

LIMA — Shawnee’s Kunmi Ojo and the Bath doubles team of Esther and Ruby Bolon won championships at the Division II girls tennis sectional held Saturday at UNOH.

Ojo defeated teammate Aria Patel 6-3, 6-4 in the singles final. Lima Central Catholic’s Olivia Kesner and Anna Janowski played in the third place match with Kesner winning 6-0, 6-0.

The Bolons defeated Shawnee’s Katie Clark and Alotus Wei 6-2, 6-4 for the doubles crown. LCC’s Madie Brinkman and Morgan Chaney topped Ottawa-Glandorf’s Addy and Emma Schmiedebusch 6-1, 6-2 in the third place match.

All those who played Saturday already had earned berth in the district, which will begin Wednesday at Bowling Green State University and Saturday at Port Clinton High School.

Division I sectional

FINDLAY — Wapakoneta’s Makenzie Schroeder fell 6-0, 6-3 to Findlay’s Sydney Swisher in the singles final. Wapak’s Ellie Schroer dropped a 6-2, 2-6, 7-6 decision to Perrysburg’s Laney Hamilton in the third place competition.

In doubles, Alyssa Good and Casey Minnig fell 6-1, 6-1 to Findlay Kelsey and Ashley Coleman in the third place match.

All those playing Saturday had already secured spots in the district to be held Thursday at BGSU and Saturday at Port Clinton High School.

Volleyball

St. Henry 3,

Ottawa-Glandorf 0

The Redskins, ranked No. 1 in Division IV in the latest state coach poll, won 25-20, 25-10, 25-19. Erica Annesser had 12 digs, Miya Ellerbrock had six kills, Brianna Schimoeller had 13 assists and seven digs, Claire Eiden had 14 digs and Taylor Alt had seven kills and seven digs for the Titans, ranked No. 1 in D-III.

Crestview 3,

Delphos St. John’s 0

The Knights won 25-16, 25-10, 25-16. Lexi Gregory had 15 kills to surpass 1,000 for her career and 15 digs, Kaylee Wolford had nine kills, Maddy Lamb had 33 assists, Bailey Gregory had 13 digs and Lauryn Black had 11 digs for Crestview.

Hardin Northern 2,

Allen East 0

RAWSON — Alex Jackson had 11 kills and four blocks and Renee Newston had seven kills and three aces for Hardin Northern.

Coldwater

wins twice

The Cavaliers defeated Ottoville 25-9, 25-8 and LCC 25-12, 25-18. Against Ottoville, Katie Alig had five aces, Lauren Gilliland had eight kills and Annelie Harlamert had 21 assists. Against LCC, Harlamert had 24 assists and Gilliland had 10 kills.

Girls Soccer

Ottawa-Glandorf 7, Kalida 0

KALIDA — Kelsey Erford had two goals and Lilly Haselman and Clara Beach had one tally each. The other scores were own goals. O-G’s Abby Warnecke made five saves in earning the shutout in goal.

Coldwater 2, Celina 1

Coldwater’s Mallory Kremer and Janelle Halterman and Celina’s Carley Eichler each had a goal.

Cory-Rawson 3, Allen East 0

RAWSON — Zoe Chisholm had a goal and an assist and Grace Roebke and Libby McVetta each had a tally. Evelyn Waltz made four saves to earn the shutout in goal.

Crestview 2, Fort Jennings 0

CONVOY — Katelyn Castle and Macy Kulwicki each had a goal in a match that was continued after being stopped by thunderstorms Sept. 12. McKenna Thompson made a pair of saves to earn the shutout in goal.

Columbus Grove 1, Ottoville 0

OTTOVILLE — The Bulldogs won their fourth straight. The goal scorer’s name was not reported.

Boys soccer

Temple Christian 3,

Lincolnview 1

MIDDLE POINT — Temple Christian’s Preston Patrick, Joshua Engle and Jacob Holloway and Lincolnview’s Clayton Leeth each had a goal.

Toledo Christian 5, Paulding 0

TOLEDO — Paulding’s Dominic Carnahan made 14 saves.

St. Marys 2, Bryan 1

BRYAN — Adam Tobin and Kyle Steininger each had a goal for St. Marys, which has won six straight.

Wapakoneta 4, Lima Senior 2

No other information was reported about this match by deadline.

New Knoxville 4, Indian Lake 2

LEWISTOWN — Patrick Covert had three goals and Ryland Dyrness had a goal and an assist for the Rangers.

Pettisville 4, Fort Jennings 0

FORT JENNINGS — The Musketeers fell to 0-14 on the season.

Cross country

Lions Invitational

COLDWATER — Minster (90) won the boys team title followed by Lincolnview (103) and Shawnee (110) among the 18 schools that posted team scores. Minster’s Alex Albers was the boys race winner with a time of 16 minutes, 16.96 seconds, with Parkway’s Kyle Roth (16:28.21) and Shawnee’s Isaiah Johns (16:33.4) finishing second and third respectively. Coldwater’s Issac Schoen (fifth), Lincolnview’s Joe Sadowski (seventh), Minster’s Luke Barga (eighth) and Lincolnview’s Devon Bill (ninth) also finished in the top 10.

Coldwater’s Haley Alig (18:51.65) won the girls race. Lincolnview’s Madison Langdon (19:36.62), Marion Local’s Kelsey Broering (19:46.72) and Crestiview’s Ragen Harting (19:58.88) were third through fifth respectively. Shawnee’s Alaina Williams (sixth), Coldwater’s Beth Honigford (seventh), Crestview’s Emily Greulach (eighth) and Shawnee’s Celia Spieles (10th) also finished in the top 10.

Fort Loramie (68) won the girls team crown followed by Shawnee (79) and Delphos St. John’s (129) among the 13 schools that posted team totals.

Lexi Gregory
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Shawnee’s Kunmi Ojo hits a return during singles play at Saturday’s Division II sectional at UNOH.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/10/web1_Tennis-Div-II-RP-003.jpgShawnee’s Kunmi Ojo hits a return during singles play at Saturday’s Division II sectional at UNOH. Richard Parrish | The Lima News

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