Roundup: Van Wert tops Ottawa-Glandorf in WBL baseball


Leipsic’s Sickmiller throws one-hit shutout

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OTTAWA — Winning pitcher Owen Treece allowed two hits and a walk while striking out seven in seven innings as Van Wert defeated Ottawa-Glandorf 4-0 Friday in high school baseball.

With the outcome, the Cougars and Titans are each 4-1 in the Western Buckeye League.

Treece also had a triple and an RBI. Kaiden Bates had a double and an RBI and Ethan Rupert and Aidan Pratt each had a hit and an RBI. Jacob Balbaugh and Jaxon Buddelmeyer each had a hit for O-G.

Leipsic 3, North Baltimore 0

NORTH BALTIMORE — Winning pitcher Tyler Sickmiller allowed one hit and no walks while striking out 13 in seven innings.

Jaden Siefker had two hits and Jeremy Tajavarez had two hits, including a double, and two RBI.

Miller City 6, Columbus Grove 0

MILLER CITY — Winning pitcher Caleb Niese allowed three hits and four walks while striking out six in seven innings.

Austin Ruhe had two hits and an RBI, Joe Deitering had two hits, including a double, and two RBI and TJ Michel had a double and three RBI. Ezra Jones, Bo Birnesser and Tayt Birnesser each had a hit for Grove.

Bath 5, Celina 0

CELINA — Winning pitcher Lex Boedicker allowed three hits and a walk while striking out seven in seven innings.

Skyler Lhamon had two hits and two RBI, Austin Williams and Carter Parlapiano each had two hits and an RBI and Joel Rasor had two hits, including a double, and an RBI. Quade Gilmore had two hits for Celina.

Lincolnview 20, Bluffton 0

MIDDLE POINT — Winning pitcher Clayton Leeth, Evan Miller and Carson Bowen combined to allow one hit and no walks while striking out six in five innings.

Landon Price had four hits and two RBI, Dane Ebel had three hits, including a pair of doubles, and two RBI, Carson Fox had two hits and an RBI, Creed Jessee had two hits and two RBI, Leeth had two hits, including a double, and two RBI and Bowen had a hit and two RBI. Granger had Bluffton’s hit.

Ottoville 2, Delphos Jefferson 0

DELPHOS — Winning pitcher Ryan Suever allowed six hits and a walk while striking out eight in seven innings. He also had two hits, including a triple, and an RBI. Cooper Hanneman had two hits, including a double, Brice Schroeder had two hits and Dru Hilvers had a double and an RBI also for the Big Green. Logan Gallmeier had two hits for Jefferson.

Wapakoneta 9, Kenton 2

KENTON — Winning pitcher Braeden Goulet allowed no earned runs, two hits and three walks while striking out 12 in seven innings. Cooper Talowsky, Kaden Siefring and Grant Bauer each had a hit and an RBI, Rayn Camper had two hits and Landon Brandt had two hits, including a double, and an RBI also for Wapak. Jarron Wiloby and Kyle Thrush each had a hit for Kenton.

Marion Local 7,

Jackson Center 2

MARIA STEIN — Hayden Wibbeler had two hits and an RBI and Dylan Fleck had three hits, including a home run, and three RBI for Marion Local.

Marion Pleasant 21,

Hardin Northern 3

DOLA — Luke Wilson had three hits and an RBI and Owen Wetherill and Preston Wykes each had a hit for Hardin Northern.

Arcadia 13,

Upper Scioto Valley 1

MCGUFFEY — Kadyn Hurley had a hit and and RBI and Connor Sanders doubled for USV.

South Adams 6,

Coldwater 4

COLDWATER — Marcel Blasingame had two hits for Coldwater.

Findlay 10,

Lima Senior 0

FINDLAY — Winning pitcher Seth Sleasman held Lima Senior to a D’Ontre Cowan hit and no walks while striking out 12 in five innings.

Softball

Wapakoneta 13,

Kenton 0

WAPAKONETA — Winning pitcher Rylie Jeanneret allowed two hits and two walks while striking out four in five innings.

Taylor West had two hits and an RBI, Carlie Schroeder had a home run and two RBI, Maddi Doseck had two hits and two RBI, Katie Lisi had two hits, including a double, and an RBI and Tianna Thompson had two hits and three RBI. Emily Pees and Jasmine Reisinger each had a hit for Kenton.

Bath 10, Celina 6

BATH TOWNSHIP — Chandler Clark had three hits, Rachel Clark had three hits and an RBI, Dylan Grigsby had two doubles and three RBI and Esther Bolon and Elena Oliver each had two hits and an RBI for Bath. Sydney Lehman had three hits, including a double, Gracie Chilcoat had a grand slam home run and Karissa Frederick homered for Celina.

Van Wert 8,

Ottawa-Glandorf 1

VAN WERT — Winning pitcher Emilee Phillips allowed no earned runs, five hits and no walks while striking out 10 in seven innings.

Brenna Bollenbacher had a double and two RBI, Kiara Saam had two doubles and two RBI and Sydnee Savage had two hits and an RBI also for the Cougars. Kenzi Cupp had two hits and Maddy Shuey had a hit and an RBI for O-G.

Elida 7,

Defiance 2

ELIDA — Winning pitcher Kylie Biglow allowed one earned run, six hits and two walks while striking out nine in seven innings. She also had a hit and three RBI.

Cadence Miller had two hits, including a double, and an RBI and McKenzie Miller had two hits and two RBI also for Elida.

Kalida 11,

Spencerville 7

KALIDA — Kassidy Hipsher had three hits and an RBI, Maddy Nienberg had two hits, including a home run, Mya Schmitz had two hits, including a home run, and two RBI and Aly Hoyt had two hits, including a double, and two RBI for Kalida. Jaelyn Boop had two hits, including a double, and two RBI and Sierra Baumgartner had two hits and three RBI for Spencerville.

Lincolnview 11,

Bluffton 1

MIDDLE POINT — Taylor Post was the winning pitcher. Addysen Stevens had two hits, Destiny Coil had a home run, Zadria King had a double and an RBI, Andi Webb had a double and two RBI and Annie Mendenhall had a hit and an RBI for Lincolnview. Hannah Davis had a pair of hits for Bluffton.

Coldwater 12, LCC 1

LIMA — Winning pitcher Izzy Byer allowed five hits and no walks while striking out six in five innings. Grace Stammen, Molly Steinke and Claire Steinke each had three hits for the Cavaliers. Mary Kate Dee and Jaylen Roehm each had two hits for Lima Central Catholic.

Columbus Grove 5,

Liberty-Benton 2

COLUMBUS GROVE — Madison Zimmerly had two hits, including a double, and an RBI, Cheyanne Mershman had three hits, including a triple, and an RBI and Shay Schroeder had a double and two RBI for Grove.

Shawnee 7, St. Marys 1

Individual stats were not available.

Arcadia 18,

Upper Scioto Valley 3

MCGUFFEY — Brielle Cotterman had two hits, including a triple, and an RBI, Emma Hunsicker had two hits and Graesan Evans and Amelia Hurley each had a hit and an RBI for USV.

Boys tennis

Ottawa-Glandorf 4,

Van Wert 1

VAN WERT — Singles players Carter Welch, Colin Welch and Eli Schmenk and the doubles team of Hayden Kuhlman and Bryant Schroeder won for O-G. The doubles team of Micah Rager and Kaden Thomas won for Van Wert.

Boys Track & Field

Tiger Invitational

At Waynesfield-Goshen

Team Scores: 1. Benjamin Logan 160, 2. Indian Lake 99.5, 3. Perry 78, 4. Allen East 70, 5. Bath 61, 6. Waynesfield-Goshen 52, 7. Carey 43, 8. Spencerville 42, 8. Parkway 42, 10. Kalida 34.5, 11. Ridgemont 20.

Event Winners/Top 3 Area Finishers

3,200 Relay: 1. Benjamin Logan 8:55.67, 2. Waynesfield-Goshen 8:56.98, 3. Spencerville 9:08.09.

110 Hurdles: 1. Dustin Franks (IL) 15.96, 2. Dyonte Parker (Perry) 16.75, 3. James Shorter (Perry) 16.93.

100: 1. Kyran Johnson (Bath) 11.46, 2. Keaton Liles (Bath) 11.80, 3. Caden Slusher (Park) 11.82.

1,600 Relay: 1. Benjamin Logan 1:36.46, 2. Perry 1:38.81, 3. Bath 1:38.83.

1,600: 1. Braden Yingst (Perry) 4:24.06, 2. Blake Strickler (Park) 4:48.11, 3. Kort Sutherland (W-G) 4:54.87.

400 Relay: 1. Benjamin Logan 45.88, 2. Allen East 46.29, 3. Parkway 46.36.

400: 1. Mitch Vance (BL) 53.44, 2. Joel Vangorder (Spen) 54.02.

300 Hurdles: 1. Dustin Franks (IL) 42.51, 2. Jeb Patterson (Ridge) 43.85, 3. James Shorter (Perry) 44.48.

800: 1. Braden Yingst (Perry) 1:57.43, 3. Kort Sutherland (W-G) 2:07.59.

200: 1. Mitch Vance (BL) 24.09, 2. Drew Fersch (Kal) 24.16, 3. Keaton Liles (Bath) 24.23.

3,200: 1. Braden Yingst (Perry) 9:54.44, 2. Hunter Sidle (AE) 10:32.31.

1,600 Relay: 1. Benjamin Logan 3:38.64, 3. Perry 3:44.90.

Discus: 1. Marshall Jackson (BL) 158-04.00, 3. Gabe Criblez (AE) 144-09.00.

High Jump: 1. Dustin Franks (IL) 5-10.00, 3. Brady Fersch (Kal) 5-06.00.

Long Jump: 1. Davontae Fahle (BL) 19-10.00.

Shot Put: 1. Marshall Jackson (BL) 48-07.25, 2. Gabe Criblez (AE) 45-08.75, 3. Blaze Maynard (Bath) 44-00.50.

Pole Vault: 1. Dale Smith (Spen) 13-00.00, 3. Cole Steinke (W-G) 10-06.00.

Triple Jump: 1. Dustin Franks (IL) 41-02.50.

Girls Track & Field

Tiger Invitational

At Waynesfield-Goshen

Team Scores: 1. Kalida 126.5, 2. Carey 106, 3. Spencerville 99, 4. Indian Lake 81, 5. Waynesfield-Goshen 78, 6. Benjamin Logan 75, 7. Bath 63, 8. Ridgemont 37, 9. Parkway 21, 10. Riverside 7.5, 11. Allen East 7, 12. Perry 1.

Event Winners/Area Finishers in Top 3

3,200 Relay: 1. Carey 10:23.80.

100 Hurdles: 1. Brenna Smith (Kal) 16.70, 3. Rylie Barrington (W-G) 17.30.

100: 1. Hannah Berheide (Kal) 12.99, 2. Claire Hoback (Spen) 13.14, 3. Morgan Hunter (Park) 13.29.

800 Relay: 1. Spencerville 1:51.81.

1,600: 1. Taylor Spencer (W-G) 5:13.27, 3. Andrea Burgei (Kal) 5:38.14.

400 Relay: 1. Spencerville 51.87, 2. Kalida 52.33.

400: 1. Alaina Tiell (Carey) 1:02.03, 3. Gracie Renner (Bath) 1:05.37.

300 Hurdles: 1. Brenna Smith (Kal) 49.19, 2. Rylie Barrington (W-G) 50.56.

800: 1. Taylor Spencer (W-G) 2:19.96, 3. Andrea Burgei (Kal) 2:31.55.

200: 1. Hannah Berheide (Kal) 26.95, 2. Morgan Hunter (Park) 27.67.

3,200: 1. Taylor Spencer (W-G) 11:16.47.

1,600 Relay: 1. Kalida 4:22.86, 3. Spencerville 4:24.79.

Discus: 1. Abbie Bushong (Carey) 106-03.00, 2. Amanda Howland (Ridge) 105-09.00, 3. Camille Hovest (Kal) 100-05.00.

High Jump: 1. Lilyan Goecke (Spen) 5-01.00, 2. Emme Prine (Spen) 5-00.00, 3. Lucy Deters (Bath) 4-08.00.

Long Jump: 1. Dasia Hardison (Bath) 15-11.50, 2. Lydia Vorst (Kal) 15-03.50.

Shot Put: 1. Jillian Knueve (Kal) 34-05.50, 2. Camille Hovest (Kal) 32-10.75, 3. Jordan Dilworth (Bath) 32-03.00.

Pole Vault: 1. Amanda Howland (Ridge) 10-00.00, 2. Callie Cromer (Ridge) 7-06.00, 3. Maria Gerding (Kal) 7-00.00.

Triple Jump: 1. Allexxie West (IL) 32-05.00, 2. Rylie Barrington (W-G) 31-11.00, 3. Kirsten Wurst (Spen) 28-08.75.

Colleges

Football

Archer Jr. among

award recipients

BLUFFTON — Bluffton University freshman Montez Archer Jr. has been named the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year, Special Teams Player of the Year and Newcomer of the Year.

Joining Archer on the first team is senior Dana Shoulders II. John Boyd III, Nolan Childress, Stephan Kosakowski, Markus Finley and Nick Perry all collected second team recognition. Darian Greeley, Keith Holmes Jr. and Hunter Lacer garnered honorable mention honors.

Archer’s seven interceptions lead all of NCAA Division III. He is also tops in the country with 531 kickoff return yards and 234 punt return yards. His 21.3 yards per punt return is currently third in the nation.

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Leipsic’s Sickmiller throws one-hit shutout

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