Roundup: Bath’s Ruby Bolon named third team all-state


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COLUMBUS — Bath’s Ruby Bolon has been named third team Division II all-state in girls basketball by the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association.

Bolon teammate Chandler Clark and St. Marys’ Kendall Dieringer received honorable mention recognition.

No area players were named all-state in Division I.

Swimming

Beck to compete

at YMCA nationals

Grace Beck has qualified for the YMCA Swimming Festival national competition in the 50 yard freestyle at Miami of Ohio University today.

Beck has been swimming competitively since the age of 4, and has been a member of the Lima YMCA Barracudas since age 9. She is an OHSAA Division 1 District qualifier and member of the 2021 All-NW District Team. Beck holds the 50 free and 100 free records at Lima Senior High School. She will be attending Colorado Christian University this fall and plans to major in nursing.

Boys tennis

LCC 5, Celina 0

CELINA — Singles players Enrico Pittalia, Aaron Simmons and Brady Koenig and the doubles teams of Allie Braglia and Hayden Bader and Zach Burris and Drew Hubbard all won matches.

St. Marys 4, Bluffton 1

ST. MARYS — Singles player Joey Vanderhorst and the doubles teams of Correy Nelson and Preston Wilson and Connor Milner and Isaac Wibbeler all won for St. Marys. Singles player Luke Shadle won for Bluffton. The third singles match was won by default.

Baseball

Ottoville 14, Fort Jennings 0

OTTOVILLE — Winning pitcher Brice Schroeder allowed one hit and a walk while striking out six in five innings. Cooper Hanneman had a double, a home run and three RBI, Ryan Seuver had a home run, a double and four RBI, Trae Schlagbaum had three hits, including a double, Josh Thorbahn had two hits and two RBI and Schroeder and Dru Hilvers each had a double, a single and an RBI. Jake Wiechart had Fort Jennings’ hit.

Bath 4, Liberty-Benton 1

FINDLAY — Winning pitcher Ricky Deppe and Austin Williams combined to allow two hits and five walks while striking out five. Austin Williams had a hit, three stolen bases and scored two runs and Carter Parlapiano had a hit and an RBI for Bath.

Marion Local 4, Celina 3

MARIA STEIN — Dylan Fleck had a home run and two RBI, Jake Topp homered and Eddy Smith had a double and an RBI for Marion Local. Dylan Feister homered and had two RBI and Blayn Aller and Quade Gilmore each had two hits for Celina.

Paulding 5, Fairview 4

PAULDING — Hunter Kauser had two hits and Sam Woods and Andrew Adams had a hit and an RBI for Paulding.

Hardin Northern 20,

Waynesfield-Goshen 5

DOLA — Zachary Spearman had two hits and three RBI, Brant Dye had two hits and two RBI and Owen Wetherill and Luke Wilson had a hit and two RBI each for Hardin Northern. Travis Nanchoff had two hits for W-G.

Benjamin Logan 2,

Wapakoneta 1

BELLEFONTAINE — Ryan Camper had a double, a single and an RBI and Braeden Goulet doubled for Wapak.

St. Marys 9, LCC 0

ST. MARYS — Winning pitcher Tanner Howell and Gavin Reineke combined to allow six hits and three walks while striking out seven. Logan Hale had three hits, including a double, Braedan Trogdlon and Dylan Trogdlon each had two hits and an RBI, Reineke doubled and had two RBI and Aidan Eigenbrod had a hit and two RBI. Quintel Peoples and Sebastian Contini each doubled for Lima Central Catholic.

Parkway 10,

Spencerville 2

SPENCERVILLE — Winning pitcher Justan Felver threw a complete game, allowing one earned run, three hits and three walks while striking out 14. Riley Samples had two hits, including a home run, and three RBI and Dylan Hughes had a double and a single also for Parkway. CJ Johnston had two doubles and an RBI and Tyler Koenig doubled for Spencerville.

Kalida 19,

Pandora-Gilboa 0

PANDORA — Winning pitcher Ryan Lucke and Nathan Schroeder combined to allow three hits and no walks while striking out 11 in five innings. Brandon Miller had four hits and two RBI, Lucke had four hits, including a triple, and three RBI and Colin Hoffman, Justin Siebeneck and Ryan Klausing each had a hit and two RBI.

Delphos Jefferson 17,

Riverdale 4

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Collin Bailey had three its, including three doubles and Logan Gallmeier had three hits for Jefferson.

Coldwater 1, Fort Loramie 0

FORT LORAMIE — Winning pitcher Luke Sudhoff allowed one hit and zero runs over seven innings, striking out four and walking one.

Softball

Crestview 14, Kalida 4

KALIDA — Kali Small had two hits, including a home run, and three RBI, Brenna Grace had four hits, including two doubles, and two RBI, Katelyn Castle had three hits, including two doubles, and three RBI, Bailey Gregory had three hits, including two doubles, and Laci McCoy homered for Crestview. Kassidy Hipsher had two triples and an RBI and Mya Schmitz had a single and a double for Kalida.

Leipsic 8,

Ottawa-Glandorf 1

LEIPSIC — Winning pitcher Jocelyn Hermiller threw a complete game, allowing three hits and no walks while striking out 11. Ally Kirkendall had two hits and Mckenna Nunez had a hit and two RBI also for the Vikings. Kenzi Cupp doubled for O-G.

Parkway 5, St. Marys 3

ST. MARYS — The Panthers scored twice in the top of the eighth to earn the win. Abbi Taylor had two hits and an RBI, Claire Langenkamp had two hits and McKayla Sites had a double and two RBI for Parkway. Zoe Lininger had three hits, including a double, and an RBI and Morgan Hirschfeld had two hits and an RBI for St. Marys.

Ridgedale 15,

Upper Scioto Valley 0

MORRAL — Naeveh Lowery had a hit and stolen base for USV.

Shawnee 11,

Bellfontaine 7

BELLEFONTAINE — Carmi Winegardner had three hits, including a double, and four RBI, Kaylee Grant had three hits, including a double, and two RBI and Shalon McNeal had three hits, including a triple, for Shawnee.

Van Wert 18,

Delphos Jefferson 0

VAN WERT — Winning pitcher Emilee Phillips allowed four hits and one walk while striking out nine in five innings. She also had three hits, including a triple, and two RBI , Carley Young had three hits, including a double and a triple, and Sydnee Savage had two hits and three RBI. Rileigh Rahrig, Noel Warnament, Jenna Rode and Lillian Baughn each had a hit for Jefferson.

Carey 13, Bluffton 12

CAREY — Carey scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh for the victory. Ashley Fleece had two hits and three RBI, Riley Busch had a double, a single and an RBI and Lauren Swartzlander had a three-run home run for Bluffton.

Arcadia 10, Ada 4

Ada’s Leona Dalton had 12 strikeouts.

Fort Loramie 9, Coldwater 7

FORT LORAMIE — Coldwater’s Claire Steinke drove in runs on a home run in the third and a home run in the fourth, finishing with four RBI.

Boys track

Joe Ward Invitational

SIDNEY — Lima Senior won the 12-team competition with 92 points, one-half point ahead of Butler.

Zion Jackson was first and Jaqaveous Upshaw was third in the 110 hurdles, Jourdyn Rawlins won the long jump, was second in the 100 and 200 dashes and the 300 hurdles, Jahim Montano won the 800 and Lavail Branch was third in the high jump for the Spartans. Jackson was also third in the long jump.

Lima Senior’s Eilijagh May, Tyrese Austin, Gavin Lyons and Jahim Montano were third in the 3,200 relay

Shawnee 99,

Delphos St. John’s 23

Shandon Sewell won the shot put and discus, KJ Upshaw won the 100 and 200 and Isaiah Johns won the 800 and 1,600 for Shawnee. Zach Chambers (300 hurdles), Thomas Cover (3,200), Kayshaun Booher (long jump) and Myles Aldrich (high jump) were also individual event winners for Shawnee. Alex Kessen won the 110 hurdles and Chase Martin was first in the 400 for DSJ.

Wapakoneta tri meet

WAPAKONETA — St. Henry won the team title with 77 points followed by Wapakoneta (49.5) and Waynesfield-Goshen (47.5).

110 Hurdles: 1. Ian Speck (110 hurdles), Chase Litmer (400), Ian Speck (300 hurdles), Nathan Howe (200), Dustin Quinter (discus), Ryan Wehrley (long jump) and Peyton Thomas (shot put) each one individual events for St. Henry.

Jace Mullen (100), Cash Schadl (3,200) and Collin Lenhart (high jump) were individual winners for Wapak.

Waynesfield-Goshen’s Kort Sutherland won the 800 and 1,600. Teammate Cole Steinke won the pole vault.

Minster Tri-Meet

MINSTER — The host Wildcats had the top team score of 107.5 followed by St. Marys (47.5) and Bath (20).

Bryan Falk (100), Josh Niekamp (1,600), Brady Hoelscher (400), Mathew Droesch (800), Bryan Falk (200), Jack Grieshop (3,200), Evan Dorsten (pole vault), Conner Albers (long jump), Tristan McDaniel (discus) all won individual events for Minster.

St. Marys’ Brandon Bowers won the 100 hurdles, the 300 hurdles and high jump and teammate

Hunter Fultz won the shot put.

Quad Meet

COLUMBUS GROVE — The hosts had the high team score of 130 followed by Pandora-Gilboa (51.5), Leipsic (44.5) and McComb (24).

Columbus Grove’s Gabe Clement (pole vault), Lawson Maag (discus), Zeke Halker (high jump), Jon Banal (110 hurdles), Caleb Stechschulte (1,600), Jon Banal (300 hurdles), Caleb Morman (800) and Luke Ellerbrock (3,200) all won individual events.

P-G’s Bryce Basinger won the 100, 200 and teammate Gavin Biery was first in the 400.

Girls track

Sidney Joe Ward Invitational

SIDNEY — Lima Senior won the 12-team title with 130 points. Sidney (81.5) finished second.

Jae’anna Hughes won the 100, Honesty Baker and Kaytlynne Hile were first and second respectively in the 800, Hailey Hahn was second in the 1,600, Emalea Collins was second in the 300 hurdles, Deji’Ona Shurelds Simpson won the 400 and was third in the 200, Hahn was third in the 3,200 and Cheyanne Bean was second in the shot put for the Spartans.

The 1,600 relay team of Isis Love, Simpson, Aliah Bolden and Coryasia Owens was first as was the 3,200 relay team of Simpson, Hahn, Baker and Hile. The 800 relay team of Love, Bolden, Owens and Lynnae Wheeler finished second.

Shawnee 67,

Delphos St. John’s 55

Karrington Green (100 hurdles), Molly Stump (1,600), Liana Rodriguez (400), Zoe Smith (300 hurdles), Hanna Watt (800), Alaina Williams (3,200), Amber Sunderland (shot put), Cady Steele (discus) and Elizabeth Dunlap (high jump) were individual event winners for Shawnee. Alex Kessen and Elly Wrasman were first in the 100 and 200 respectively for DSJ.

Wapakoneta Tri-Meet

WAPAKONETA — The host Redskins finished first with 73.2 points followed by Waynesfield-Goshen (49.6) and St. Henry (49.2).

Wapakoneta’s Shannon Carnes (100 hurdles), Nikane Ambos (100), Kylee Metzger (200) Kyleigh Engle (high jump) all won individual events.

W-G’s Taylor Spencer was first in the 400 and 3,200 and teammate Rylie Barrington won the 300 hurdles.

St. Henry’s Leah Heitkamp (SH) was first in the 800 and 1,600 and teammate Ava Stammen won the long jump and shot put. St. Henry’s Alyssa Stammen and Chloe Speck won the shot put and pole vault respectively.

Minster Tri Meet

MINSTER — The host Wildcats high the top team score with 88 points followed by Bath (48.5,) and St. Marys (31.5).

Minster’s Dana Prenger was first in the discus and shot put. Teammate Taylor Roth won the 200 and 400. Minster’s Anna Larger (100), Ella Boate (1,600), Jenna Heuker (300 hurdles), Margaret Hemmelgarn (800), Kayla Lamm (high jump) and Ashlyn Homan (pole vault) each were individual winners.

Bath’s Alexandria Renner won the 100 hurdles and long jump and St. Marys’ Maria Jutte and Brandon Bowers.

St. Marys’ Maria Jutte won the 3,200.

Quad Meet

COLUMBUS GROVE — The host Bulldogs were first in the team standings with 94.5 points followed by Leipsic (75), Pandora-Gilboa (32) and McComb (31.5).

Grove’s Kiersten Closson (pole vault), Faith Anderson (discus), Erin Downing (1,600), Morgan Deffenbaugh (400), Brynn Fortman (300 hurdles), Lauren Benroth (200) and Sabrina Henige (3,200) each won events.

Leipsic’s Sara Cupp (shot put) and Peyton Heitmeyer (long jump) and P-G’s Taelor Miller (800) were also individual winners.

Boys Tennis

Shawnee 5, Kenton 0

Singles players Gabe Burke, Mason Stahl and Mac Davis and the doubles teams of Brayden Ward and Niel Ok and Adam Stump and Seth Grieshop all won matches.

Ottawa-Glandorf 4, Bryan 1

OTTAWA — Singles players Carter Welch and Eli Schmenk and the doubles teams of Jaden Lehman and Josh Walls and Bryant Schroeder and Hayden Kuhlman each won matches.

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