Roundup: Shawnee tops Allen East in volleyball


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Shawnee’s Gracie Freiberger hits a spike against Allen East’s Kristin Whitley (10) and Hannah Williams during Tuesday night’s match at Shawnee.

Shawnee’s Gracie Freiberger hits a spike against Allen East’s Kristin Whitley (10) and Hannah Williams during Tuesday night’s match at Shawnee.


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Shawnee’s Kelly Cooper spikes against Allen East’s Kristin Whitley during Tuesday night’s match at Shawnee.

Shawnee’s Kelly Cooper spikes against Allen East’s Kristin Whitley during Tuesday night’s match at Shawnee.


Richard Parrish | The Lima News

Allen East’s Kenzie Koontz defends against Shawnee’s Addison Maxwell during Tuesday night’s match at Shawnee.


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Allen East’s Kristin Whitley hits a spike spikes against Shawnee’s Alanah Best during Tuesday night’s match at Shawnee.


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Shawnee’s Tessa Stahler keeps the ball alive during Tuesday night’s home match against Allen East.


Richard Parrish | The Lima News

SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — Shawnee claimed a 17-25, 27-25, 26-24, 25-22 victory Tuesday night against Allen East.

Karrington Green had 11 kills and 17 digs, Grace Freiberger had 10 kills, four aces and 15 digs, Alanah Best had seven blocks and Kyra DeSantiago and Addison Maxwell each had 20 assists for Shawnee. Allen East’s stats were not reported by deadline.

Bluffton 3, Arlington 0

The Pirates won 25-19, 25-6, 25-17. Kylie Stackhouse had 21 kills and three blocks, Skyler Scoles had 29 assists and Kylie Monday had 17 digs and three blocks for Bluffton.

Ottawa-Glandorf 3,

Findlay 0

The Titans won 25-16, 25-10, 25-17. Maddie White had 22 digs, Erin Kaufman had 14 kills, Katie Kaufman had 10 blocks and Saleigha Ellerbrock had 33 assists for O-G.

Waynesfield-Goshen 3,

Spencerville 0

The Tigers won 25-17, 25-18, 25-14. Maddie Flinn had seven kills and three aces, Molly Zechman had 10 digs and Rylie Barrington had seven assists for W-G. Spencerville’s leaders were not reported by deadline.

Columbus Grove 3, Continental 0

The Bulldogs won 25-12, 25-7, 25-13. Alayna Ricker had 12 kills, Shay Schroeder had 13 digs and six aces and Lauren Benroth had 26 assists for Grove. Tygre Troyer had 10 digs and five kills, Catelyn Etter had 10 digs and 10 assists and Annika Bowers had 13 digs for Continental.

Fort Recovery 3, Celina 0

The Indians won 25-12, 25-18, 25-12. Whitney Rammel had three blocks, Kierra Wendel had 13 digs, Paige Fortkamp had 12 kills and Emma Wahlig had four aces for Fort Recovery. Maria Lutz had four kills and Brooklyn Bourne had three aces for Celina.

LCC 3, Delphos St. John’s 0

The Thunderbirds won 25-14, 25-17, 25-13. Jacqueline Cutlip had 18 digs, Jaylen Roehm had five kills and eight aces, Emma Frueh had three blocks and Zoey Foster had 25 assists for LCC. DSJ stats were not reported by deadline.

Paulding 3, Montpelier 0

The Panthers won 25-19, 25-19, 25-21. Janae Pease had 14 digs, Leigha Egnor had 14 assists and Sadie Estle had 14 kills for Paulding.

Temple Christian 3, Vanlue 0

The Pioneers won 26-24, 28-26, 25-15. Cecelia Worsham had 10 kills, Jessica Holloway had 15 digs and Kaylee Linhart had 26 assists for Temple Christian.

Coldwater 3, Wapakoneta 0

The Cavaliers won 25-19, 25-18, 25-16. Madison Wendel had six aces, Riley Rismiller had 12 kills and Annelise Harlamert had 30 assists and 13 digs for Coldwater. Wapakoneta’s stats were not reported by deadline.

Lincolnview 3, Elida 1

The Lancers won 23-25, 25-12, 25-14, 25-19. Amira Freeman had 16 digs, Lana Burtchin had four aces and Evelyn Frueh had nine kills for the Bulldogs, Lincolnview’s individual stats were not reported by deadline.

Boys golf

St. Marys 158, Elida 158

LIMA — St. Marys won the fifth score tiebreaker for the victory at par 36 Tamarac. Andrew Moore (37), Brett Speckman (39), Calvin Caywood (40), Reese Sweigart (42) and Dakota Moore (42) combine for the win. Hunter Jolliff led Elida with a 34.

PCL tri match

OTTAWA — Kalida had the low team total of 167 at par 36 Moose Landing followed by Pandora-Gilboa (171) and Leipsic (195).

Medalist Ryan Klausing (37), Justin Siebeneck (40), Ethan Warnecke (44) and Brandt Brinkman (46) combined for the winning total. P-G’s Jacob Suter (42) and Leipsic’s Mason Brandt (42) had the low rounds for their respective teams.

Shawnee 177,

Ottawa-Glandorf 182

SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — Colin Pasion (41), Justin Altenbach (45) and Solomon Smith (45) contributed to the winning team total. Colton Morris and Derek Rhodes each shot 46 also for Shawnee. Ottawa-Glandorf’s Dylan Meyer was medalist with a 39.

Miller City 184, Holgate 207

DEFIANCE — Medalist Isabelle Vance (38), Thomas Weis (48), Dillon Peck (49) and Chelsea Erford (49) combined for the winning total at par 36 Auglaize Golf Club.

Girls golf

Marion Local 225, Anna 250

Medalist Molly Rethman (52), Hailey Wilker (56), Caitlynn Schmmel (58) and Morgan Guggenbiller (59) combined for the winning total at the par 36 Mercer County Elks.

Tri-match

CELINA — Medalist Kendra Marsee (50) and Grace Romer (56) contributed to the winning total at par 36 Celina Lynx. Celina’s Maddie Fleck, Ashtyn Huber and Audree Gray each shot 59. New Bremen’s Megan Ritter (52) and Parkway’s Emily Clutter (57) had the low rounds for their respective schools.

Boys soccer

Continental 8,

Temple Christian 0

Rhenn Armey had three goals, Westin Okuley and Alex Sharritis had two each and Hunter Tegankamp had a single tally. Armey also had a pair of assists. Konnor Knipp-Williams got the shutout in goal.

Ottoville 6, New Knoxville 3

Patrick Covert had two goals and Ryland Dyrness had a single tally for New Knoxville. No other information was reported about this match by deadline.

Ada 6, Paulding 1

ADA — Jacob Polin had two goals and Drew Long scored one for the Bulldogs. Information about Ada’s other three goals was not reported by deadline. Alejandro Hernandez had Paulding’s goal.

St. Marys 9, Jay County 1

Adam Tobin and Andrew Ibrahim had three goals each and teammates Ryan Ibrahim, Preston Wilson and Austin Hertenstein had one tally each.

Botkins 7, Kalida 0

Zane Paul and Zack Ware had two goals each and Nate Guckes, Xavier Munnin and Nathan Schneider had one tally each.

Ontario 2, Shawnee 0

Landon Hoehn had 10 saves for Shawnee.

Spencerville 3, Lincolnview 1

Clayton Leeth had the Lancers’ goal. Spencerville’s goal information was not reported by deadline.

Girls soccer

Allen East 1, Delphos Jefferson 1

DELPHOS — Allen East’s Addison Jones and Jefferson’s Kyrstin Moore each had a goal.

Bluffton 7, Crestview 0

CONVOY — Reagan Mittendorf, Laykin Garmatter, Clara Matthews, Olivia Smallcombe, Allison Diller, Kendal Giesige and Brenna Kindle each had a goal.

Continental 3, Fort Jennings 0

Maddie Burke had two goals and Kayden Centers had a single tally. Ali Scott got the shutout in goal.

Girls tennis

Van Wert 5, St. Marys 0

Singles players Allie Etter, Grace Lott and Lizzie Rutkowski and the doubles teams of Sophie Rutkowski and Natalie Benner and Tayzia Havill and Jamie Burenga all won matches.

Bath 4, Ottawa-Glandorf 1

OTTAWA — Singles players Esther Bolon and Ruby Bolon and the doubles teams of Elena Oliver and Anne Oliver and Chloe Rieman and Rachel Wilcox won for Bath. Singles player Lexi White won for O-G.

Celina 4, Elida 1

CELINA — Singles players Kaylin Evers and Grace Schneider and the doubles teams of Madina Davlatboyeva and Kaylyn Saunders and Whitney Jones and Michelle Elston won for Celina. Singles player Maggie Little won for Elida.

Lima Central Catholic 5,

Fostoria 0

FOSTORIA — Singles players Morgan Chaney, Libby Simmons and Nicole Patricio-Agosto and the doubles teams of Paige Brinkman and Ally Oravitz and Carrie Heider and McKenna Bader all won matches.

Notre Dame 5,

Lima Senior 0

LIMA — The Spartans fell to 0-8 overall and 0-5 in the Three Rivers Athletic Conference.

Colleges

Women’s golf

Lourdes Invitational

OTTAWA, Mich. — Bluffton finished fifth in the six-team competition with a 378 total at par 72 Legacy Golf Club. Lawrence Tech was the team champ with a 343 total. Brylee Oberdorf led Bluffton with an 88 to finish in a tie for seventh. Cleary’s Payton Leedle was medalist with an 82.

Shawnee’s Gracie Freiberger hits a spike against Allen East’s Kristin Whitley (10) and Hannah Williams during Tuesday night’s match at Shawnee.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2020/09/web1_Shawnee-vs-AllenEast-RP-01-2.jpgShawnee’s Gracie Freiberger hits a spike against Allen East’s Kristin Whitley (10) and Hannah Williams during Tuesday night’s match at Shawnee. Richard Parrish | The Lima News
Shawnee’s Kelly Cooper spikes against Allen East’s Kristin Whitley during Tuesday night’s match at Shawnee.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2020/09/web1_Shawnee-vs-AllenEast-RP-02-2.jpgShawnee’s Kelly Cooper spikes against Allen East’s Kristin Whitley during Tuesday night’s match at Shawnee. Richard Parrish | The Lima News
Allen East’s Kenzie Koontz defends against Shawnee’s Addison Maxwell during Tuesday night’s match at Shawnee.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2020/09/web1_Shawnee-vs-AllenEast-RP-06-2.jpgAllen East’s Kenzie Koontz defends against Shawnee’s Addison Maxwell during Tuesday night’s match at Shawnee. Richard Parrish | The Lima News
Allen East’s Kristin Whitley hits a spike spikes against Shawnee’s Alanah Best during Tuesday night’s match at Shawnee.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2020/09/web1_Shawnee-vs-AllenEast-RP-03-2.jpgAllen East’s Kristin Whitley hits a spike spikes against Shawnee’s Alanah Best during Tuesday night’s match at Shawnee. Richard Parrish | The Lima News
Shawnee’s Tessa Stahler keeps the ball alive during Tuesday night’s home match against Allen East.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2020/09/web1_Shawnee-vs-AllenEast-RP-05-2.jpgShawnee’s Tessa Stahler keeps the ball alive during Tuesday night’s home match against Allen East. Richard Parrish | The Lima News

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