Ottawa-Glandorf edges St. Marys in baseball


Wapakoneta’s Jeanneret throws softball one-hitter

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ST. MARYS — Ottawa-Glandorf’s two runs in the third inning stood up as the Titans defeated St. Marys 2-1 in baseball Friday.

Winning pitcher Jaxon Buddelmeyer allowed four hits and a walk while striking out six. He also had a hit and an RBI and teammate Landen Jordan doubled.

St. Marys’ Braedan Trogdlon allowed one earned run, three hits and a walk while striking out five in seven innings.

Lincolnview 12,

Fort Jennings 1

MIDDLE POINT — Winning pitcher Collin Overholt and Jack Dunlap combined to allow one hit and a walk while striking out seven in five innings. Carson Fox had two hits, including a double, and two RBI and Clayton Leeth had three hits, including a triple, and three RBI. Jon Grote had Fort Jennings’ hit.

Bath 6, Elida 1

ELIDA — Winning pitcher Lex Boedicker allowed one run, five hits and four walks while striking out eight in six innings. Austin Williams and Carter Parlapiano each had two hits and an RBI and Trey Johnson had two doubles and an RBI also for Bath. Noah Bowman had a double and an RBI and Mike Niebel doubled for Elida.

Van Wert 3, Wapakoneta 2

WAPAKONETA — Winning pitcher Luke Wessell allowed one earned run, seven hits and two walks while striking out seven in seven innings. Jacob Place had three hits and three RBI and Turner Witten had two hits, including a triple also for Van Wert. Landon Brandt had two hits and two RBI and Kaden Siefring doubled for Wapak.

Toledo Central Catholic 14,

Lima Senior 8

TOLEDO — Skyler Williams had two hits and an RBI, D’Ontre Cowan had two hits and two RBI and Anthony Lutz had a hit and an RBI for Lima Senior.

Paulding 2,

North Central 1

PAULDING — Winning pitcher Reid Johanns allowed seven hits and no walks while striking out seven in seven innings. Hunter Kauser had two hits, including a double, and an RBI and Andrew Adams had a pair of hits also for Paulding.

Ada 12, Ridgemont 2

ADA — Winning pitcher Roman Snyder allowed six hits while striking out six in five innings. Jacob Poling had three hits and Cameron Bober had a single and two doubles also for Ada.

New Bremen 10,

Jackson Center 1

NEW BREMEN — Winning pitcher Nick Alig allowed one run, six hits and two walks while striking out six in six innings. Mitchell Hays had two hits, including a triple, and Wyatt Dicke had a hit and two RBI also for New Bremen.

Russia 4, Parkway 2

ROCKFORD — Parkway’s Adam Stephenson allowed one earned run, six hits and and a walk while striking out one in seven innings. Justan Felver had two hits, including a home run, and two RBI and Dylan Hughes had a pair of hits also for Parkway.

Hicksville 12,

Continental 2

HICKSVILLE — Mitchell Coleman, Blake Elkins and Dwayne Nienberg each had a hit for Continental.

Softball

Wapakoneta 10,

Van Wert 0

VAN WERT — Winning pitcher Rylie Jeanneret allowed one hit and two walks while striking out seven in six innings. Carlie Schroeder had a hit and two RBI and Tianna Thompson had two hits, including a double, and four RBI. Carlee Young had Van Wert’s hit.

Lima Senior

sweeps TCC

TOLEDO — Lima Senior defeated Toledo Central Catholic 14-7 and 11-3 in Three Rivers Athletic Conference play.

In the 14-7 win, Emma Hipsher had four hits, including a double and a triple, and three RBI, Matilda Nelson had three doubles and two RBI, Els Nelson had three hits, including a double, and an RBI and Kya Horton and Dakota Lewis each had two hits and an RBI for Lima Senior.

In the 11-3 victory, Hipsher had two hits and an RBI, Anna Engberg had two doubles and an RBI, Matilda Nelson had three hits, including a triple, and three RBI, Els Nelson had four hits and two RBI, Ti’Ana Spivey had three hits, including a double, and two RBI and Tatum Twining had a hit and two RBI for Lima Senior.

Bath 8, Elida 7

BATH TOWNSHIP — Chandler Clark had three hits, Rachel Clark had two hits, including a double, and two RBI and Anne Oliver had a home run and three RBI for Bath. Erika Suever had two hits and an RBI, Cadence Miller had two hits, including a double, and an RBI, Mckenzie Miller had three hits, including two doubles, and three RBI and Eva Irons had two hits and an RBI for Elida.

Shawnee 12,

Defiance 9

DEFIANCE — Carmi Winegardner had a hit and three RBI, Kaylee Grant had two hits, including a home run, and two RBI, Payton Modschiedler had two hits and an RBI, Haylee Wurm had three hits and an RBI and Ashley Graham had three hits for Shawnee.

Ada 10, Ridgemont 0

ADA — Winning pitcher Leona Dalton allowed three hits and a walk while striking out 12 in five innings. She also had two doubles and three RBI. Tori Green had two hits and an RBI and Daicy Robinson had a double and two RBI. Emma Smith had two hits, including a double, for Ridgemont.

Fort Recovery 7,

Anna 5

FORT RECOVERY — Jackie Homan had three hits, including a double, and an RBI, Chloey Grisez had two hits and an RBI and Kensey Gaerke had two hits and an RBI for Fort Recovery.

Paulding 8,

Montpelier 6

MONTPELIER — Maci Kauser had two hits, including a double, and an RBI, Jalynn Parrett had three hits, including a double, Leigha Egnor had three hits, including a double, Kaeli Bustos had three hits and three RBI, Alivya Bakle had three hits, including a triple, and two RBI and Morgan Iler had three hits and an RBI for Paulding.

Parkway 31, Fairlawn 0

SIDNEY — Winning pitcher Bo Bates allowed three hits and a walk while striking out four. She also had five hits, including a double, and four RBI. Paige Stephenson had two hits and an RBI, Maddie Jacobs had three hits and three RBI, Claire Langenkamp hit for the cycle and had four RBI, McKayla Sites had two hits and an RBI, Danielle Huff had three hits and an RBI, Lydia Miller had two hits and two RBI, Bailey Berry had two hits and three RBI and Madalyn Heindel had two hits, including a double, and three RBI.

New Bremen 17,

Jackson Center 3

NEW BREMEN — Winning pitcher Allison Hays allowed one earned run, six hits and a walk while striking out seven in five innings. Emma Krieg had a double and two RBI, Jessica Heitkamp and Madi Lozier each had a hit and two RBI, Kyla Stachler had three hits and four RBI, Callie Wells had two hits, including a triple, and two RBI and Alayna Ross had two hits and three RBI also for New Bremen.

Fairview 11,

Crestview 0

SHERWOOD — Kali Small and Raegan Hammons each had a hit for Crestview.

Riverdale 12,

Continental 0

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Reese Knowles, Catelyn Etter, Tori Searfoss and Madelyn Potts each had a hit for Continental.

Boys Tennis

Ottawa-Glandorf 4,

St. Marys 1

Singles players Colin Welch and Eli Schmenk and the doubles teams of Jaden Lehman and Josh Walls and Hayden Kuhlman and Bryant Schroeder won for O-G. Singles player Joey Vanderhorst won for St. Marys.

Van Wert 5, Wapakoneta 0

VAN WERT — Singles players Jace Fast and Sam Moonshower and the doubles team of Micah Rager and Kaden Thomas won matches. Singles player Bryce Miller and the doubles team of Ian Cowan and Evan Knittle won by forfeit.

Shawnee 4, Defiance 1

DEFIANCE — Shawnee improved to 10-1 overall and 5-o in the Western Buckeye League. Singles players Gabe Burke, Mason Stahl and Mac Davis and the doubles team of Adam Stump and Seth Grieshop won for Shawnee.

Girls track & field

Bulldog Invitational

at Columbus Grove

Team Scores: 1. Anna 139, 2. Columbus Grove 94, 3. Botkins 73, 4. Delphos St. John’s 54, 5. Paulding 49, 6. Riverdale 41, 7. Lincolnview 28, 8. Delphos Jefferson 13, 9. (tie) Ada 12, Ottoville 12, 11. McComb 9, 12. Arlington 2, 13. Fort Jennings 1

Event Winners and Area Finishers in the top 3

100 Dash: 1. Alex Kessen (Delphos. St. John’s) 12.93

200 Dash: 1. London Reiss (Anna) 26.99

400 Dash: 1. Lauren Benroth (Columbus Grove) 1:03.54, 2. Brenna Hissong (Ada) 1:04.26, 3. Janae Pease (Paulding) 1:04.94

800 Run: 1. Emma Koenig (Botkins) 2:28.50, 2. Jamy Hunt (Paulding) 2:43.07, 3. Kambryn Rohr (Delphos St. John’s) 2:37.30

1600 Run: 1. Madison Langdon (Lincolnview) 5:33.52, 2. Erin Downing (Columbus Grove) 5:36.84

3200 Run: 1. Brittany Arnold (Botkins) 11:45.04, 2. Madison Langdon (Lincolnview) 12:05.77, 3. Erin Downing (Columbus Grove) 12:22.86

100 Hurdles: 1. London Reiss (Anna) 16.59, 2. Lyv Lindeman (Delphos Jefferson) 16.83

300 Hurdles: 1. London Reiss (Anna) 46.76, 2. Claire Schweller (Paulding) 50.49

400 Relay: 1. Delphos St. John’s (Alex Kessen, Addison Mueller, Melanie Koeing, Elly Wrasman) 51:90

800 Relay: 1. Anna 1:53.54, 2. Columbus Grove (Kiersten Closson, Jaylen Sautter, Morgan Deffenbaugh, Lauren Benroth) 1:53.58

1600 Relay: 1. Columbus Grove (Morgan Deffenbaugh, Brynn Fortman, Erin Downing, Lauren Benroth) 4:19.61, 2. Paulding (Claire Schweller, Jamy Hunt, Janae Pease, Maggie Manz) 4:22.02

3200 Relay: 1. Botkins 10:27.00, 3. Delphos St. John’s (Kitty Kopack, Kambrynn Rohr, Lillyan Vonderwall, Elanya Will) 10:34.60

High Jump: 1. Ashley Bertke (Anna) 5-01.00, 2. (tie) Makailey Bermudez (Columbus Grove) 4-08.00, Dani Swint (Ottoville) 4-08.00

Pole Vault: 1. Claire Schweller (Paulding) 10-00.00, 2. Baylee March (Paulding) 8-00.00

Long Jump: 1. Elly Wrasman (Delphos St. John’s) 15-11.00, 2. Addison Mueller (Delphos St. John’s) 15-04.00

Shot Put: 1. Kennedy Flores (Columbus Grove) 37-08.00

Discus Throw: 1. Faith Anderson (Columbus Grove) 114-09, 3. Sami Sellers (Lincolnview) 113-01

Chieftain Relays

At Bellefontaine Acusport Stadium

Team Scores: 1. Marysville 93.50, 2. Delaware Hayes 84, 3. River Valley 69.50, 4. Benjamin Logan 67, 5. Kenton 42, 6. Shawnee 38, 7. Wapakoneta 35.50, 8. Colonial DeSales 29, 9. Bellefontaine 22.50, 10. London 15, 11. Urbana 10.

Event Winners/Area FInishers in Top 3

400 Relay: 1. Delaware Hayes 52.54, 2. Kenton (Makenzie Bays, Avery Smith, Addy Modd, Abi Temple) 53.27.

800 Relay: 1. Delaware Hayes 1:52.42.

1,600 Relay: 1. River Valley 4:19.97.

3,200 Relay: 1. Marysville 10:40.02.

6,400 Relay: 1. Marysville 23:43.67, 2. Shawnee (Molly Stump, Lily Cleaves, Hanna Watt, Alaina Williams) 24:56.14.

800 Medley: 1. River Valley 1:58.40.

Distance Medley: 1. Benjamin Logan 10:33.18.

400 Shuttle Hurdle: 1. Delaware Hayes 1:13.34.

High Jump: 1. Isabel Henderson (BL) 4-10.00.

Pole Vault: 1. Brynn Rychlik (Mary) 13-03.00, 3. Delaney Buxton (Ken) 8-00.00.

Long Jump: 1. Hannah Halstead (DH) 15-07.25.

Shot Put: 1. Carys Gossett (Mary) 34-09.00, 2. Tatum Miller (Ken) 33-09.00.

Discus: 1. Tatum Miller (Ken) 108-02.

Boys track & field

Bulldog Invitational

at Columbus Grove

Team Scores: 1. Columbus Grove 178, 2. Anna 77, 3. Botkins 62, 4. Arlington 58, 5. McComb 44, 6. Ottoville 31, 7. Lincolnview 28, 8. Riverdale 19, 9. Delphos St. John’s 15, 10. Fort Jennings 10, 11. Delphos Jefferson 3, 12 Ada 2

Event Winners and Area Finishers in the top 3

100 Dash: 1. Kavon Bailey (McComb) 11.19

200 Dash: 1. Justin Richards (Anna) 23.25

400 Dash: 1. Eric Wieging (Fort Jennings) 53.94, 2. Anden Blankemeyer (Columbus Grove) 54.03, 3. Landon Myers (Columbus Grove) 55.18

800 Run: 1. Carson Closson (Columbus Grove) 2:01.60, 2. Caleb Morman (Columbus Grove) 2:09.80

1600 Run: 1. Caleb Stechschulte (Columbus Grove) 4:41.35, 2. Tayden Pingle (Columbus Grove) 4:44.80

3200 Run: 1. Alan Fullenkamp (Botkins) 10:13.40, 2. Luke Ellerbrock (Columbus Grove) 10:15.80, 3. Trent Koch (Columbus Grove) 10:25.50

110 Hurdles: 1. Jon Banal (Columbus Grove) 16.25, 2. Grant Kortokrax (Ottoville) 17.61

300 Hurdles: 1. Jon Banal (Columbus Grove) 41.03, 3. Kellen Schlagbaum (Ottoville) 42.64

400 Relay: 1. Columbus Grove (Jon Banal, Zeke Halker, Jacksen Schroeder, Gabe Clement) 45.29

800 Relay: 1. Anna 1:34.17, 3. Columbus Grove (Josh Smith, Trenton Daniels, Zach Reynolds, Jaden Daniels) 1:36.03

1600 Relay: 1. Columbus Grove (Gabe Clement, Anden Blankemeyer, Landon Myers, Carson Closson) 3:38.45

3200 Relay: 1. Columbus Grove (Carson Closson, Trent Koch, Caleb Morman, Caleb Stechschulte) 8:22.00

High Jump 1. Daegan Hatfield (Lincolnview) 6-00.00, 2. Kyle Manns (Ottoville) 6-00.00, 3. Zeke Halker (Columbus Grove) 6-00.00

Pole Vault: 1. Gabe Clement (Columbus Grove) 13-07.00, 3. Braylon Baxter (Columbus Grove) 11-00.00

Long Jump: 1. Kavon Bailey (McComb) 21-06.00, 2. Brenden Oleson (Delphos St. John’s) 19-09.00

Shot Put: 1. Justin Shuga (Botkins) 46-10.00

Discus Throw: 1. Lawson Maag (Columbus Grove) 161-00, 2. Ethan Halker (Columbus Grove) 156-00

Chieftain Relays

At Bellefontaine Acusport Stadium

Team Scores: 1. Marysville 91.5, 2. Shawne 83.5, 3. Bellefontaine 79, 4. Benjamin Logan 59.83, 5. River Valley 53, 6. Delaware Hayes 34.83, 7. Colonial DeSales 30, 8. London 27, 9. Wapakoneta 19.83, 10. Urbana 15, 11. Kenton 13.50.

Event Winners/Area FInishers in Top 3

400 Relay: 1. Urbana 44.46.

800 Relay: 1. Shawnee (KJ Upshaw, Zach Chambers, Grant Ricker, Alec Robertson) 1:32.31.

1,600 Relay: 1. Marysville 3:32.57, 2. Shawnee (Gabe Rutter, Grant Ricker, Isaiah Johns, Zach Chambers) 3:33.09.

3,200 Relay: 1. Shawnee (Carter Cleaves, Noah Williams, Scotty Burden, Isaiah Johns) 8:44.86.

6,400 Relay: 1. Marysville 19:37.09.

800 Medley: 1. Shawnee (KJ Upshaw, Alec Robertson, Kayshaun Booher, Grant Ricker) 1:37.86.

Distance Medley: 1. Shawnee (Keegan Vorhees, Gabe Rutter, Noah Williams, Isaiah Johns) 8:48.74.

440 Shuttle Hurdle: 1. Marysville 1:07.70, 3. Shawnee (Ayden Brenneman, Zach Chambers, Keegan Vorhees, Scotty Burden) 1:08.83.

High Jump: 1. Davontae Fahle (BL) 6-00.00, 2. Brody Bolois (S) 6-00.00.

Pole Vault: 1. Jace Wical (BL) 14-00.00.

Long Jump: 1. Kayshaun Booher (S) 21-03.50.

Shot Put: 1. Micah Fogan (Belle) 49-02.50.

Discus: 1. Marshall Jackson (BL) 152-04.

Colleges

Football

ONU game

gets canceled

ADA — The Ohio Northern home game against John Carroll scheduled for Friday night was canceled.

Both schools mutually agreed to cancel the game due to player availability concerns.

The encounter was scheduled as the Third Place Ohio Athletic Conference Crossover Game. Per OAC rules, the game will be considered a no-contest and each team will finish tied for third in the conference.

The Polar Bears finished 3-1 overall and in the conference, finishing second in the West Division.

Men’s lacrosse

ONU 7, Capital 6

COLUMBUS — Ohio Northern used a dominating defensive effort in the fourth quarter to hold on for a victory at Capital in an Ohio Athletic Conference contest at Bernlohr Stadium.

The Polar Bears improve to 5-4 overall and are 4-3 in the OAC, while the Crusaders fall to 5-4, 2-4.

Leading 7-6 early in the fourth quarter, ONU forced the hosts into turnovers on its final seven possessions, not allowing a CU shot in the game’s final 11:18.

Northern possessed the ball for 10 minutes of the final 12:33 and 5:35 of the final 6:30 to protect the 7-6 lead.

ONU did not trail in the game, scored the first three goals and led 5-1 with 2:13 gone in the second quarter.

Capital would answer by scoring five of the next seven goals to get within 7-6 with 13:19 left in the game.

But Ohio Northern would control play in the fourth quarter and hang on for the victory.

Senior Branden Stoeffler (Fishers, Ind.) forced three turnovers, including a key one in the game’s final minutes, to lead the ONU defense.

ONU out-shot CU 30-29 and sophomore keeper Cole Zaferakis (Liverpool, N.Y.) had nine saves in goal and a .600 save percentage for the victors.

The two defenses dominated most of the game, forcing a combined 48 turnovers (26 CU, 22 ONU).

Junior Nick Gosnell (Dublin/Jerome) scored two goals and senior Joe O’Connell (Fishers, Ind.) added a goal and two assists for the Polar Bears.

The Polar Bears will return to action Wednesday night at Baldwin Wallace in a non-conference battle at Finnie Stadium.

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Wapakoneta’s Jeanneret throws softball one-hitter

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