Roundup: Cory-Rawson, Arlington to play for tourney title

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BLUFFTON — Cory-Rawson and Arlington advanced to the championship game of the McDonald’s Holiday Tournament.

C-R defeated host Bluffton 37-30 as Zoe Chisholm had 18 points and Paige McVetta scored nine. Laykin Garmatter had 10 points and Libby Schaadt score six for the host Pirates.

Arlington defeated Allen East 65-28. Tori Newland led Allen East with 15 points.

Allen East and Bluffton will meet in the consolation game at 6 tonight followed by Arlington and Cory-Rawson at 7:45 p.m.

Botkins 56,

Hardin Northern 21

BOTKINS — Boston Paul (17), Aleah Johnson (16) and Caren Heuker (12) each scored in double digits for the hosts. Maddie Grappy led Hardin Northern with nine points.

Spencerville 54,

Continental 30

CONTINENTAL — Nelaya Burden had 18 points and Lilyan Goecke scored 10 for Spencerville. Catelyn Etter had 11 points for Continental.

St. Marys 42,

Fort Jennings 33

ST. MARYS — Kendall Dieringer had 14 points and Noelle Ruane scored 11 for the host Roughriders. Kristen Luersman had 16 points and Annabelle Wisner scored 10 for the Musketeers.

Minster 57,

Wapakoneta 53

WAPAKONETA — Ivy Wolf had 19 points and Janae Hoying scored 15 for the visiting Wildcats. Casey Minnig and Katie Lisi had 14 ponts each and Makenzie Wilson scored 11 for the Redskins.


Men’s soccer

UNOH 1, Roosevelt 0

LIMA — A Jimmy Morrissey goal early in the second half lifted the University of Northwestern Ohio men’s soccer team to a an opening round NAIA tournament victory at Racer Stadium.

“I think the boys were just really happy to get back out on the field and play a game,” UNOH head coach Tyler Brock said. “It’s been about 10 days and if you watch them practice over the past few days, you knew they were just itching to get back out there against the competition.

“I was very happy with how we started the game and how we stuck to our game plan of possessing and being patient and limiting their opportunties, which we did a great job of because they didn’t have a single shot in the first half.”

Morrissey’s goal came at the 52:04 mark of the second half as he converted a pass from the left side by Karim Jouini. It was the third goal of the season for Morrissey and the first assist for Jouini.

UNOH (12-3-6) plays host to Bethel (Tennessee) at 2 p.m. today.

Women’s soccer

Carnegie Mellon 3,

Ohio Northern 0

WHEATON, Ill. — No. 17 Ohio Northern’s season came to an end. The Polar Bears fell to No. 25 Carnegie Mellon (Pennsylvania) in the third round of the NCAA Tournament at Joe Bean Stadium on the campus of Wheaton College.

ONU fell down 2-0 in the opening half, but created more scoring opportunities in the final 45 minutes. The Polar Bears registered six of their seven shots, one of which was on target, and all three corner kicks after halftime.

Jenna Fuller recorded a team-high four shots for Northern. Goaltender Meagan Grierson ended her career with six saves. That gave her 205 for her career, which ranks sixth in school history.


Fastpitch players

part of camp

LIMA — Empowered Sports Center will play host Sunday to former Ohio State and current Professional Fastpitch players Shelby McCombs and Emily Clark.

McCombs and Clark will be holding sessions from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. for ages 8 to 12 and 10:30 a.m. to noon for ages 12 to high school/college.

Visit or call 419-549-5818 for registration information.

By Staff Reports

Reach The Lima News sports department at 567-242-0451.

Reach The Lima News sports department at 567-242-0451.

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