Roundup: Kalida finishes 6-0 in PCL boys golf dual matches


This week’s football computer rankings released

By Staff Reports - sports@limanews.com



OTTAWA — Kalida (13-1 overall) closed out its Putnam County League dual match schedule at 6-0 with a 150-188 Tuesday victory against Miller City at par 36 Moose Landing.

Co-medalists Ryan Klausing and Justin Siebeneck (35 each) and Connor Nartker (39) contributed to the Wildcats’ winning total. Kayla Nartker and Ethan Warnecke each shot 41 to tie for Kalida’s fourth-best score. Thomas Wise led Miller City with a 41.

Green Meadows

Conference Tournament

WAUSEON — Paulding (351) won the team title with Wayne Trace (352) finishing second among the eight teams at Ironwood.

Kyle Dominique (81), Ethan Foltz (85), Boston Pease (91) and Logan Tope (94) combined for the winning team score. Dominique earned all-conference first-team honors. Foltz made the second team and Boston Pease garnered honorable mention recognition.

Columbus Grove 173,

Pandora-Gilboa 177

Nick Wolverton and Issac Ricker, who along with Pandora-Gilboa’s Eli Huffman, shared medalist honors with a 42 each, Trey Sautter (44) and Noah Macke (45) combined for the winning team score.

Tri match

LIMA — Van Wert (163) topped Elida (175) and Lima Central Catholic (201) at par 36 Tamarac. Medalist Jace Fast (37), Blake Boyher (39), Keaton Foster (42) and AJ Proffitt (45) combined for the winning team total. Elida’s Cameron Collins (39) and LCC’s Parker Judy (41) had the low rounds for their schools.

Delphos St. John’s 173,

Parkway 190

DELPHOS — Medalist Jack Gerker (37), Colin Feathers (39), Devin Sanders (46) and Nate Gable (51) combined for the winning team total at par 36 Delphos Country Club. Caden Slusher led Parkway with a 40.

Houston 172,

Fort Recovery 180

PORTLAND, Ind. — Cole Muhlenkamp led Fort Recovery with a 43 at Portland Golf Club.

Football

Computer rankings

COLUMBUS — The Ohio High School Athletic Association has released this week’s official weekly computer ratings. The final report will be issued Sunday, Oct. 24, when 448 schools (top 16 in each region) will officially qualify for the playoffs.

In Division II, Region 8, 7. Lima Senior (3-1) is ranked seventh.

In D-III, Region 12, Shawnee (4-1) is fourth, Wapakoneta (3-2) is sixth, St. Marys (3-2) is eighth and Elida (3-2) is 13th.

In D-IV, 2. Van Wert (4-1) is second.

In D-V, Region 18 Ottawa-Glandorf (3-2) is third and Bath (3-2) is 10th.

In D-VI, Columbus Grove (5-0) is third and Bluffton (4-1) is 10th in Region 22 and in Region 24, Coldwater (5-0) is first, Allen East (3-2) is fourth, Delphos Jefferson (2-3) is 10th and Fort Recovery (2-3) is 12th.

In D-VII, Lima Central Catholic (4-1) is third, Upper Scioto Valley (4-1) is sixth, Crestview (4-1) is eighth, Hardin Northern (3-2) is ninth, Waynesfield-Goshen (4-1) is 10th, Leipsic (3-2) is 11th, Spencerville (2-3) is 13th and Perry (2-3) is 15th in Region 26 and Marion Local (5-0) is first, New Bremen (4-1) is third and St. Henry (3-2) is 11th in Region 28.

Boys soccer

Continental 6,

Lincolnview 0

Wyatt Davis had two goals, Andrew Hoeffel had a goal and an assist and Alex Sharritis, Braxton Stegbauer and Collin Davis each had a single tally.

Ottoville 12,

Allen East 0

Will Miller had three goals, Kellen Schlagbaum and Nick Herman had two scores each, and Michael Steffan, Quinton Schnipke, Jayden Saxton, Preston Mansfield and Grant Leis had one tally each.

Fort Jennings 1, Temple Christian 0

Jarron Swick had the match’s only goal on an assist by Trent Siefker. Jon Grote made nine saves to earn the shutout in goal. Temple Christian counterpart Cody Motter had six saves.

Kalida 1, Liberty-Benton 0

No other information was reported about this match.

Girls soccer

LCC 3, Coldwater 3

LIMA — Lima Central Catholic’s Annika Wilker, Olivia Stolly and Aubrey Frankhouser and Coldwater’s Maddie Sheffer, Blair Muhlenkemp and Hope Hemmelgarn each had a goal. The Cavaliers’ Bri Keller had a pair of assists.

Celina 3, Bath 1

Celina’s Taylor Klingshirn, Zoey Burns and Raven Harris and Bath’s Rachel Clark each had a goal.

Bluffton 5, Allen East 1

HARROD — Sami Scoles had four goals. Bluffton’s Reagan Mittendorf and Allen East’s Rilynn Jones each had goal, Bluffton’s Reagan Mittendorf had two assists, Allen East’s Allison Diller had an assist and Bluffton goalie Julie Mehaffie had three saves.

Kenton 3, Wapakoneta 3

Ali Harpel had two goals and Addison Modd and Gabi Wetherill each had an assist for Kenton. Kenton’s third score was an own goal. Wapak’s goal scorers were not reported.

Kalida 4, Delphos St. John’s 0

DELPHOS — Livia Recker had two goals and Ady Miller and Kendal Bockrath each had a single tally. (K) 1.

Lauren Schulte made a save to earn the shutout in goal. DSJ counterpart Evie Vonderwell made 11 saves.

Volleyball

Leipsic 3,

Spencerville 0

The Vikings (12-1, 3-1 Northwest Conference) won 25-14, 25-18, 25-12.

Kasey Brough had 14 kills, Marisa Hermiller had nine kills, Alivia Jones had eight kills, Serenity Siefer had 33 assists,

Peyton Heitmeyer had 12 digs and three aces and Jocie Hermiller had 10 digs for Leipsic. Spencerville’s individual stats were not reported by deadline.

Bluffton 3, Ada 0

ADA — The Pirates (9-2, 2-0 NWC) won 25-16, 25-12, 25-12.

Kylie Stackhouse had 12 kills and five blocks, Haelyn Bischoff had nine kills, Skyler Scoles had 28 assists and three blocks, Kylie Monday had 12 digs, Ayla Grandey had four aces and Avery Talavinia had three aces for Bluffton.

Autumn Andreasen had six assists and six digs, Courtney Sumner had 13 digs, Katie Sizemore had three kills, Jenna Bassitt had three aces and Josie Phillips had 11 digs for Ada.

Daicy Robinson- 2 blocks

New Knoxville 3,

Minster 0

The Rangers won 25-11, 25-20, 25-17.

Carsyn Henschen had 19 kills, Ellie Gabel had 33 assists and aley Fledderjohann had eight digs for New Knoxville. Lily Barhorst had seven kills and eight digs, Lyndi Hemmelgarn had 10 digs, Jayden Clune had nine assists and nine digs and Alyssa Niemeyer had eight digs for Minster.

Temple Christian 3,

Upper Scioto Valley 0

The Pioneers improved to 11-2 overall and 4-0 in the Northwest Central Conference with the 25-16, 25-17, 25-16 victory.

Cece Worsham had seven aces, 15 kills and six digs, Jessica Holloway had five aces and 11 digs, Juliette Kinnear had four aces, Emma White had eight digs, Emily Bontrager had eight assists and Kaylee Linhart had 11 assists and six digs for Temple Christian.

Allen East 3

Delphos Jefferson 0

The Mustangs won 25-17, 25-12, 25-18.

Kenzie Koontz had 11 kills, Soraya Jackson had 16 kills and three blocks and Hannah Williams had 36 assists and three aces for Allen East.

Kenton 3,

Lima Senior 1

Tiana Spivey had 20 assists, Arianna Engberg had 11 kills, Tatum Twining had 11 digs and Amaiya Thomas had three aces for Lima Senior.

New Bremen 3, Coldwater 1

NEW BREMEN — The Cardinals won 19-25, 25-19, 25-23, 25-23. Annelise Harlamert had 22 assists, Spencer Etzler had four aces, Jenna Leugers: had 11 kills, Riley Rismiller: 9 kills and seven blocks and Annelise Harlamert had 14 digs for Coldwater.

Miller City 3, Pandora-Gilboa 1

MILLER CITY — The Wildcats won 15-25, 25-17, 25-16, 25-23. Abi Lammers had 20 kills, 30 digs and three blocks, Abi Teders had 10 kills and three aces, Lexi Banks had 12 kills, Sm DeMuth had seven blocks, Grace Pfau had 44 assists and nine assists, Josie Otto had 21 digs and three aces, Tessa Oedy had 22 digs and Tori Wenzinger had 16 digs for Miller City.

St. Marys 3, Defiance 1

The Roughriders won 21-25, 25-16, 25-15, 25-20. Brynn Clark had 16 kills and five aces, Halle Huston had 14 kills, Syerra Greber had 10 kills and four aces and Lily Rammel had 41 assists and four aces.

Wapakoneta 3, Kalida 0

The Redskins won 25-22, 25-18, 25-13. Kalida Leaders: Lydia Vorst had 11 kills and Maria Gerdin had 23 assists and 16 digs.

Marion Local 3, Fort Recovery 0

The Indians won 25-22, 26-24, 25-21. Julia Moeller had 13 assists, Olivia Winner had 11 digs, Nora Eckstein had 13 digs, Nicole Franck had 10 kills, Natalie Evers had 11 assists and Lydia Eifert had 10 digs for Marion Local.

Crestview 3, Columbus Grove 0

The Knights won 25-17, 25-22, 25-13. Adelyn Figley had seven aces, Laci McCoy had 13 kills, Myia Etzler had 11 kills, Cati Gregory had 28 assists and Ellie Kline had 12 digs for Crestview.

Colleges

Volleyball

ONU match

gets canceled

ADA — Tuesday night’s volleyball match between Kenyon and Ohio Northern, ranked No. 12 nationally in this week’s American Volleyball Coaches Association Poll, at the ONU Sports Center was been canceled by Kenyon due to non-COVID related issues.

The Polar Bears will now return to action Saturday when they play host to Capital and Bluffton in a tri-match at the ONU Sports Center.

Findlay 3, Bluffton 0

FINDLAY — Bluffton University made the short trip north on Interstate 75 to take on Head Coach Steve Yarnell’s alma mater, the University of Findlay. The Oilers won 25-17 and 25-18 before Bluffton nearly pushed it to four sets. The Beavers led by as many as five points, but could not put it away, dropping the clincher 25-23. Bluffton fell to 6-9 on the season, while Findlay upped its mark to 6-1.

Tuesday marked the first meeting between the two schools since 2008 when Bluffton upset Findlay in four sets at Croy thanks to a whopping 24 kills from all-time great Jenna Eshleman!

Bluffton led 10-5, 13-8 and 15-10 in set three before the home team rallied for the sweep with a narrow 25-23 finisher.

Cassidy Posey (Paulding) paced the front line with nine kills one day after being named the Heartland Conference Hitter of the Week. Maddie White handed out 17 helpers and senior Brooke Kleman (Ottawa-Glandorf) picked up eight digs.

Men’s soccer

Wooster 4, Bluffton 1

WOOSTER — Dalton Taynor had the goal for Bluffton (3-2).

Rio Grande 1, UNOH 0

RIO GRANDE — The Racers fell to 1-4-1 on the season

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This week’s football computer rankings released

By Staff Reports

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