MASON — Bath’s Ruby Bolon and Esther Bolon finished fourth in Saturday’s Division II girls state tennis tournament at Lindner Family Tennis Center.
The Bolons fell 6-2, 6-4 to eventual state champs Sarah Hall and Natalie Connell from Dayton Oakwood in the semifinal and then lost 6-1, 6-3 Bella and Lucia Spinazza in the third-place match.
D-I state tourney
COLUMBUS — Elida’s Carson Harmon shot a 4-over-par 75 to finish with a two-day total of 158 to tie for 29th in the Division I state tournament at Ohio State’s Scarlet Course.
Bath 5, Defiance 0
BATH TOWNSHIP — Chandler Clark passed Alyssa Manley’s career school record 115 goals with four tallies to give her 116. Alexis Hammons had a goal and an assist, and Rachel Clark had a pair of assists.
The Wildkittens (14-2-1) advanced to play Elida at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday at Elida.
Elida 1, Shawnee 0
ELIDA — JoJo Knight had the matches only goal. Erika Suever made two saves to get the shutout in goal. Shawnee’s Kaelan Swallow made 11 saves
Celina 6, Kenton 0
CELINA — Kira Dirksen had three goals and Mia Rolfes, Chloe Johnsman and Raven Harris each had a single tally as the Bulldogs advanced to play the St. Marys/Bryan winner at 5 p.m. Wednesday at Elida.
OTTOVILLE — The Big Green advanced to play at Kalida, a 2-1 winner against Allen East, at 5 p.m. Wedneday.
Bath 1, Miller City 0
MILLER CITY — Jacob Garver had the match’s only goal as the Wildcats advanced to play Continental at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday at Kalida. Tanner Delecerda made three saves in earning the shutout in goal while Miller City counterpart Joseph Deitering made four saves.
CONTINENTAL — Wyatt Davis had three goals, Rhenn Armey scored twice and Westin Okuley had a single tally. Konnor Knipp Williams got the shutout in goal.
Ada 3, Mansfield Christian 1
ADA — The Bulldogs advanced to play Bluffton at 1 p.m. Saturday at Tiffin Columbian.
Bluffton 9, Woodmore 0
BLUFFTON — Jude Spallinger had three goals and Simon Derstine, Tayton Kle,am, Ethan Olgesbee, Jonathan Schriner, Nolan Hoffman and Conner Lee had one tally each.
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