Rounudp: Allen East completes NWC boys golf sweep


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Allen East’s Carter Frey watches his putt on the seventh hole during Thursday’s Northwest Conference Tournament at The Colonial Golfers Club in Harrod. Richard Parrish | The Lima News

Allen East’s Carter Frey watches his putt on the seventh hole during Thursday’s Northwest Conference Tournament at The Colonial Golfers Club in Harrod. Richard Parrish | The Lima News


HARROD — Allen East, after going 14-0 in conference dual matches, secured the overall Northwest Conference championship by winning the league tournament Thursday at par 72 Colonial Golfers Club.

The Mustangs finished with a team total of 323 followed by Paulding (349), Lincolnview (351), Bluffton (361), Columbus Grove (373) and Delphos Jefferson (389). Ada and Crestview each had a 448 score with Ada having the lower fifth score.

Medalist Zach Miller (73), Carter Frey (81), Noah Brown (81) and Cameron Hedrick (88) combined for the winning team total.

Bluffton’s Kenny Lovett (78), Delphos Jefferson’s Logan Gallmeier (80), Paulding’s Kyle Dominique (85), Columbus Grove’s Noah Macke (85), Lincolnview’s Landon Price (86), Crestview’s Ryan Scarlett (108) and Ada’s Andrew Rush (111) had the low rounds for their respective schools.

Miller earned player of the year honors and was named to the all-conference first team along with Lovett, Logan Gallmeier, Frey, Macke, Dominique and Lincolnview’s Evan Miller. Allen East’s Josh Hollar was recognized as the coach of the year.

Second team: Josh Carper (P), Micah Minnig (B), Noah Browm (AE), Grant Glossett (L), Landon Price (L), Blake McGarvey (P)

Honorable mention: Jaden Coonfare (B), Dane Ebel (L) Elijah Lawrence (AE), Nick Wolverton (CG), Isaac Gallmeier (DJ), Avery Slusher (L), Cameron Hedrick (AE), Gabe Hardeman (CG), Evan Scarlett (Crestview), Wes Brauen (B), Jacob Morgan (A), Isaac Ricker (Columbus Grove)

Delphos St. John’s 166,

Versailles 170

Medalist Jack Gerker (37), Collin Feathers (41), Jeff Odenweller (42) and Trent Lindeman (46) combined for the winning total.

Girls tennis

WBL tournament

ELIDA — All three singles players and both doubles teams reached the semifinals for Shawnee.

In first singles, Bath’s Esther Bolon, Shawnee’s Kunmi Ojo, Van Wert’s Allie Etter and Wapakoneta’s Madison Snider, seeded first through fourth, advanced.

In second singles, Bath’s Ruby Bolon, Shawnee’s Aria Patel and Van Wert’s Grace Lott, seeded first through third, along with fifth-seeded Sam Ellerbrock from Ottawa-Glandorf reached the semifinals.

In third singles, Shawnee’s Alora Patel, Wapak’s Makenzie Schroeder, Van Wert’s Lizzie Rutkowski and O-G’s Alyse Balbaugh, seeded first through fourth, moved on to the semis.

In first doubles, Bath’s Elena Oliver and Anne Oliver, Wapak’s Casey Minnig and Alyssa Good, Shawnee’s Donna Bowers and Rose Kottapalli and Celina’s Whitney Jones and Kaylyn Saunders, seeded first through fourth, got through to the final four.

In second doubles, Wapak’s Abby Metzger and Bailey Barrett, Bath’s Rachel Wilcox and Chloe Rieman and Shawnee’s Delaney Dawson and Cara DeBrosse, seeded first through third, as well as fifth-seeded Madina Davlatboyeva and Michelle Elston from Celina got through without a loss.

Play will resume at 9 a.m. Saturday at Elida High School.

Crestview 3, Allen East 0

HARROD — The Knights won 25-22, 27-25, 25-21. Laci McCoy had 24 kills, Kali Small had two aces, Cali Gregory had 33 assists and Bailey Gregory had 17 digs for Crestview.

Alica Craig and Kenzie Koontz had seven kills each and Kristin Whitley had 14 digs for Allen East.

Paulding 3, Bluffton 0

The Panthers won 25-15, 25-9, 25-18

Sadie Estle had 12 kills; Leigha Egnor had five aces, Claire Schweller had 32 assists and Janae Pease had 15 digs for Paulding.

Kylie Stackhouse had 10 kills, Cora Bischoff had two aces, Skyler Scoles had 18 assists and Kylie Monday had 14 digs for Bluffton.

New Knoxville 3,

Delphos St. John’s 0

The Rangers won 25-12, 25-7, 25-11.

Avery Henschen had eight kills; Haley Fledderjohann had four aces, Morgan Leffel had seven kills and Ellie Gabel had four aces for New Knoxville.

Miller City 3, Ottoville 0

The Wildcats won 25-19, 25-16, 25-18.

Abi Lammers had 15 kills and 13 digs, Abi Teder had three aces and four blocks; Adrienne Kuhlman had 30 assists and four aces and Lexi Banks had four aces for Miller City.

Fort Recovery 3, St. Henry 2

The Indians won 25-19, 25-27, 26-24, 16-25, 15-9. Whitney Ramel had 21 kills, Hope Wendel had five aces, Faith Wendel had 20 assists and Kierra Wendel had 14 digs for Fort Recovery.

Waynesfield-Goshen 3, Upper Scioto Valley 0

W-G won 25-16, 25-15, 25-20.

Peyton Spencer had five aces, 10 assists; Maddie Flinn had 16 kills, Kapri Wilson had five aces and Rylie Barrington had 14 assists and 12 digs for Waynesfield-Goshen.

Perry 3, Ridgemont 0

The Commodores won 25-22, 25-19, 25-19.

Bryce James had 10 digs; Bell Plaugher had 14 assists and Mary Hoersten had 11 assists for Perry.

Marion Local 3, Minster 0

The Flyers won 25-12, 25-16, 25-13.

Alyssa Niemeyer had four kills, Jayden Clune had 10 assists and Ivy Wolf had seven digs for Minster.

Kinsey Thobe had 11 digs, Alana Pohlman had 11 kills and four blocks and Heidi Rethman had 25 assists for Marion Local.

Coldwater 3, Versailles 0

The Cavaliers won 25-13, 25-18, 26-24.

Kadance Blockberger had four aces and nine digs, Madison Wendel had 15 kills and four blocks, Annelise Harlamert had 26 assists and Jenna Leugers and Aubrey Koester each had nine digs for Coldwater.

Temple Christian 3, Hardin Northern 1

The Pioneers won 25-22, 20-25, 25-21, 25-17.

Cecelia Worsham had 12 kills and seven aces, Kaylee Linhart had 23 assists and Jessica Holloway had 20 digs for Temple Christian.

Shawnee 3, Van Wert 0

The Indians won 25-18, 25-18, 28-26. Karrington Green had 18 kills, Alanah Best and Kelly Cooper each had eight blocks, Paige Maxwell had 29 digs and Addison Maxwell had 22 assists for Shawnee.

Ayersville 3, Continental 1

The Pirates fell 15-25, 27-25, 25-17, 25-17.

Madelyn Potts and Delaney Bowers each had 10 kills; Tygre Troyer had 11 digs, Catelyn Etter had 27 assists and five aces and Annika Bowers had 24 digs for Continental.

Fairview 3, Kalida 0

The Wildcats fell 25-10, 25-12, 25-13,

Emily Buss had four kills, Maria Gerding had 13 assists and Katelyn Kahle had 11 digs for Kalida.

Lincolnview 3, Columbus Grove 0

The Lancers won 25-14, 25-17, 25-13

Alayna Ricker had eight kills, Lauren Benroth had 22 assists and Alayna Ricker had 13 digs for Grove.

Ada 3, Delphos Jefferson 1

The Bulldogs won 25-20, 25-27, 25-20, 26-24

Megan Light had 17 kills, Miranda Wills had six aces, Kirsten Poling had 35 assists and Courtney Sumner had 19 digs for Ada.

Elida 3, Wapakoneta 1

The Bulldogs won 25-22, 14-25, 25-15, 25-17

Kylie Vorhees had 17 kills, Addisyn Freeman had four aces, Candence Miller had 40 assists and Cadence Miller had 17 digs for Elida.

Boys Soccer

New Knoxville 0, Lehman Catholic 0

New Knoxville’s Josh Deitsch had eight saves.

Wapakoneta 1, Elida 1

Austin Bump had Wapakoneta’s goal off an assist by Kyle Beach. Elida’s goal scorer was not reported.

Celina 2, Ottawa-Glandorf 1

Celina’s Nathan Wilson and Clayden Martin and O-G’s Derek Crumrine each had a goal.

St. Marys 2, Kenton 1

St. Marys’ Adam Tobin and Andrew Ibrahim and Kenton’s Asher Bridenstine each had a goal. Kyle Steininger had a pair of assists.

Girls Soccer

Kalida 6, Allen East 0

Brenna Smith and Livia Recker each had two goals and Melanie Meyers and Morgan Ridinger each had a single tally. Dayna Schimmoeller and Kenzie Fortman each had a pair of assists. Kassidy Hipsher got the shutout in goal.

Celina 7, Columbus Grove 1

Taylor Klingshirn had four goals and teammates Mia Rolfes, Natalie Braun and Zoey Burns and Grove’s Emma Renner each had a goal.

Girls golf

Coldwater 192, Shawnee 214

Sarah Diller (46), Jordan Hemmelgarn (47) and Lexi Wright (49) contributed to the winning team total. Grace Buschter and Laney Finke each shot 50 for Coldwater. Shawnee’s Madilyn Paphanchith was medalist with a 41.

Wayne Trace Invitational

Wayne Trace (181) had the low team total followed by Defiance (187), Delphos Jefferson (192), Lincolnview (202), Celina (209) and Parkway (257). Delphos Jefferson’s Anna Fitch (44), Lincolnview’s Winter Boroff (46), Celina’s Kendra Marsee (44) and Parkway’s Emily Clutter (56) had the lowest rounds for their respective teams. Wayne Trace’s Kenadie Daeger was medalist with a 42.

Allen East’s Carter Frey watches his putt on the seventh hole during Thursday’s Northwest Conference Tournament at The Colonial Golfers Club in Harrod. Richard Parrish | The Lima News
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