Bath Kick-off Classic
Continental 11, Lima Central Catholic 1
Continental’s Rhem Armey scored three goals and recorded three assists and Westin Okuley had two goal and two assists. Alex Sharritis also had two goals.. Andrew Hoeffel had a goal and Peyton Wilson, Warrin Okuley and Wyatt Davis each had goals. LCC’s Michael Taflinger scored the lone Thunderbird goal.
Continental keeper Konnor Knipp-Williams had five saves and LCC’s Oli Bruno made 13 saves.
Ottoville 10, Van Wert 0
VAN WERT — Ottoville’s Will Miller and Quinton Schnipke both produced hat tricks and Kyle Manns, Brice Schroeder, Kellen Schlagbaum and Preston Mansfield all recorded goals.
New Knoxville 4, Ada 1
ADA — New Knoxville’s Patrick Covert scored a hat trick and Jay Waterman scored a goal.
Shawnee 156, Celina 184
CELINA — Shawnee’s Justin Altenbach was the medalist. Other Indian scores were Solomon Smith 39, Colin Pasion 41, Derek Rhodes and Colton Morris 43.
For Celina, David Kramer had a 40 followed by Breckin Adam 44 and Nate Boley 45.
Bath 168, Kenton 205
Bath’s Britton Hall was the medalist with a 36. Other Wildcat scores were Charlie Schnieder 40, Trace Ebbeskotte 45 and Andrew Burkholder 47.
Lucas Hites and Ethan Wirbel led Kenton with 43s. Other team scores were Noah Ketcham 45 and Stone Sauber 74.
Pandora-Gilboa 181, Arlington 198, Arcadia 203.
FINDLAY — Pandora-Gilboa’s Trey Hovest was the medalist with a 43. Other Rocket scores were Eli Huffman with a 44, Jacob Suter with a 45 and Blake Steiner, Grant Farthing and Sam Norton with 49s.
Fort Recovery 181, New Knoxville 215
Fort Recovery’s Carson Rammel was the medalist with a 39. Sam Anspach posted the low score for New Knoxville with a 50.
Coldwater 171, St. Henry 181
Coldwater’s Carson shot the low score for his team with a 37. Other Cavalier scores were Ben Giere 43, Hayden Beougher 45 and Keegan Bruggeman 46.
Coldwater 188, St. Henry 201
Coldwater improves to 2-0 in the Midwest Athletic Conference. Scores for the Cavs were Jordan Hemmelgarn 43, Sarah Diller 44, Lexi Weight 50, Grace Bushur 51, Abby Ashbaugh 51 and Laney Finke.
Wapakoneta 202, Shawnee 222
WAPAKONETA — Shawnee was led by Haylee Wurm with a 45. Other Indian scores were Madilyn Paphanchith 44, Addie Hilden, 59 and Kaley Cotrell 74.
Wayne Trace 191, Delphos Jefferson 197, Patrick Henry N/A
DELPHOS —Wayne Trace’s Kennedae Daeger was the medalist with a 41. For Delphos Jefferson, Anna Fitch was the low score with a 46. Other Wildcat scores were Riley Smith 48, Kaylee Buzard 49 and Emma Mueller 54.
Minster 198, Parkway 269
MINSTER — Minster’s Layne Voisard was the medalist with a 42. Other Wildcat scores were Katie Heitkamp 49, Jenna Heuker 61 and Clair Laman 56. For Parkway, Emily Clutter led the team with a 62. Other scores were Allison Heitkamp 66, Atumn Gilbreath 68 and Sarah Sheppard 73.
Wayne Trace 163, Ottoville 165
Ottoville’s Carter Schnipke was the medalist with a 35. Other Big Green scores were Michael Turnwald 40, Jack Langhals 44, Keaton Schnipke 45, Drew Hilvers 46 and Chad Schnipke 61. Wayne Trace’s Kaden Sutton shot a 36. other team scores were Evan Crosby 40, Dane Moore 41, Garrett Williamson 46, Nyle Stoller 47 and Kyle Klinker 56.
Celina 5, Kenton 0
CELINA — Celina got singles wins from Amy Hartings, Grace Schneider and Whitney Jones and doubles victories from Madison Daulatboyesa and Kaytlyn Sanders and Audrey Albers and Michelle Elston.
Bath 4, Elida 1
Bath got singles wins from Esther Bolon and Ruby bolon and doubles wins from the team of Elina and Ann Oliver and the pair of Rachel Wilcox and Chloe Rieman.
Ottawa-Glandorf 3, St. Marys 2
OTTAWA — Ottawa-Glandorf got singles wins from Sami Ellerbrock and Alyse Balbaugh and a doubles win from Claire Ellerbrock and Erica Siefer. St. Marys got a singles win from Charley Spencer and a doubles victory from the team of Jodi Perry and Maddie White.
Wapakoneta 3, Van Wert 2
Wapakoneta got singles wins from Makenzie Schroeder and doubles wins from the tean of Alyssa Good and Casey Minning and the duo of Abby Metzger and Bailey Barrett.
Delphos Jefferson 7, Van Wert 0
DELPHOS — Jefferson’s Liv Lindeman scored two goals and added an assist and Kyra Foust also recorded two goals. Noel Warnement, Emily Dienstberger and Krytin Moore all added scores. Haylee Bayman had an assist.
Celina 4, Upper Sandusky 0
CELINA — Celina’s Mia Rolfes scored two goals and Taylor Klingshirn and Ellie Hitchcock each added scores.
Celina evens its record at 1-1.
Bluffton 3, Riverdale 1
MT. BLANCHARD — Bluffton won, 25-9, 20-25, 25-18 and 25-14.
Bluffton’s Kylie Stackhouse had 19 kills and Taylor Scwhab added 16. Skyler Scoles, who had nine aces, recorded 42 assists and Kylie Monday notched 19 digs and Sophia Bricker had nine.
Leipsic 3, Ayersville 0
AYERSVILLE — Leipsic won 25-10, 25-14 and 25-7. Leipsic’s Liz Schecklhoff had 12 kills and nine blocks and Serenity Siefer had 26 assists and three aces. Peyton Heitmeyer had 17 digs and five kills and Marisa Hermiller had six kills and six assists. Kasey Brough had five kills and Jocie Hermiller had eight digs. Ava Henry had four kills.
Lima Senior sets guidelines for spectators
The Lima City Schools released its guidelines today for spectators at fall athletic contests.
The guidelines, which include high school, middle school and youth athletics, are in line with mandates put forth by the state.
Spectators will be limited to four family members per student athlete, cheerleader or marching band member. Specifics of how this will work will be communicated to families today.
There will be limited tickets available for families to attend away games. The Athletic Department will get that information to families as it receives it from opponents.
Community members, students and staff will not be able to attend games.
Superintendent Jill Ackerman said in a letter going home with students today that while this is difficult, the district must follow the guidelines in order for the fall season to move forward.
“Our first goal as a school district and a community must be to keep our student athletes and coaches safe,” she said. “Next, we need to do all we can to make sure their season does not get cut short.”
We are working on plans to livestream home high school games. Fans will be able to purchase access to the livestream just as they would tickets to see the game in person. Details will be released as soon as we have them finalized. Fans should keep an eye on the district’s website and social media pages.
Other schools are working on similar plans and as we get those details about away contests we will let the community know.
Family members who attend games must complete a health assessment and have temperatures taken at each event. There will be designated entrances and exits and assigned sections to sit in. Spectators must wear masks at all times.
Nickles places second at Nationals
Allen East student Jac Nickles collected two second place finishes at the Mini Sprint Nationals over the weekend.
At the Bloomington Speedway Mini Spring Nationals, Nickles placed second Friday and then finished runner-up at the Licoln Park Speedway Minis Sprint Nationals Saturday.