Roundup: Ottawa-Glandorf girls, Wapak boys win WBL swim titles

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NAPOLEON — The Ottawa-Glandorf girls and Wapakoneta boys won Western Buckeye League swimming and diving championships Saturday.

The O-G girls finished with 317 points followed by Wapakoneta (287), Shawnee (178), St. Marys (148), Defiance (98), Elida (97), Kenton (93), Van Wert (65), Bath (41) and Celina (31).

Ottawa-Glandorf’s Marissa Beckett (200 IM), Abby Warnecke (50 freestyle), Taylor Knott (100 freestyle) and Kenzington Cupp (500 freestyle), Wapak’s Katie Bauer (100 butterfly) and Addisyn Newman (100 breaststroke), Van Wert’s Haley Chiles (200 freestyle) and Shawnee’s Taylor Morris (100 backstroke) and Defiance’s Lilly Lacey (diving) were among the individual event winners.

Caitlyn Rostorfer, Newman, Makenna Krouse and Callie Sutton won the 200 medley relay, Bauer, Ainsley Bump, Elizabeth Sidener and Newman were first in the 200 freestyle relay and Warnecke, Cupp, Knott and Beckett were first in the 400 freestyle relay

The Wapakoneta boys finished with 359 points followed by Shawnee (189), St. Marys (158), Ottawa Glandorf (137), Van Wert (137), Bath (110), Kenton (103), Celina (52), Defiance (28) and Elida (26).

Alex Honigford won the 200 IM and 500 freestyle in a meet record time of 4 minutes, 51.74 seconds, and teammate Cameron Reichenbach won the 50 and 100 freestyles for Wapak. St. Marys’ Dylan Hertenstein (diving), Reese Triplett (100 backstroke) and Griffin Luebke (100 breaststroke) and Van Wert’s Sam Houg (200 freestyle) and Jayden Welker (100 butterfly) were also individual event winners.

Wapak’s Owen Becker, Ross Honigford, Aidan Schneider and Gannon Casebolt won the 200 medley relay, Gavin Sutton, Luke Wierwille, Reichenbach and Alex Honigford were first in the 200 freestyle relay and Alex Honigford, Sutton, Wierwille and Reichenbach finished first in the 400 freestyle relay.

Cavalier Invitational

PORTLAND, Ind. — Versailles won the girls and boys team championships.

The Versailles girls finished with 130 points followed by Coldwater (116), New Bremen (94), Fort Recovery (88), Marion Local (32), Minster (30) and St. Henry (17).

New Bremen’s Annie Jiang won the 200 and 500 freestyles and Fort Recovery’s Teigen Fortkamp was first in the 50 freestyle and 100 backstroke. Marion Local’s Kylie Niekamp (200 IM), Versailles’ Ava Shardo (100 butterfly), Fort Recovery’s Melissa Laux (diving) and Coldwater’s Carlee Goodwin (100 freestyle) and Heidi Bruns (100 breaststroke) were also individual event winners.

Goodwin, Bruns, Rachel Wenning and Izzy Byer were first in the 200 medley and 200 freestyle relays and Lydia Borger, Byer, Bruns and Wenning won the 400 freestyle relay.

The Versailles boys had 142 points followed by Minster (116), New Bremen (92), Marion Local (65), Fort Recovery (18) and St. Henry (3).

Evan Vanskyock won the 50 and 200 freestyles and Zach Ahrens was first in the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke for Versailles. New Bremen’s Andy Jiang won the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke. Versailles’ Alex Smith (100 freestyle), Minster’s Alex Albers (500 freestyle) and Coldwater’s Austin Ebbing (diving) were also individual event winners.

Louis Magoto, Lucas Stammen, Russell Heid and Albers finished first in the 200 medley relay and Ahrens, Michael Menke, Daniel Waymire and Vanskyock won the 200 and 440 freestyle relays.

North Central

League Meet

NORTH ROBINSON — The Bluffton girls were third and the boys were fourth at Colonel Crawford. The Pirates’ Riley Verb won the 200 IM in a meet record time of 2:06.35. Verb’s second-place time of 57.87 seconds in the 100 backstroke was faster than the previous meet mark.

Ada’s Lily Baumgartner won the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke. The Bulldog girls finished fourth and the boys were seventh.

Boys basketball

Hardin Northern 41,

Arlington 38

ARLINGTON — Nevin Robson had 17 points and Colby Curtis scored 13 for Hardin Northern.

Bath 44, Bryan 37

BRYAN — Britton Hall had 13 points and Ian Armentrout scored 10 for Bath.

Upper Scioto Valley 65,

Coldwater 58

COLDWATER — Connor Sanders (24), Jackson Rohrs (13) and Drew Stephens (11) scored in double digits for USV. Tyler Schwieterman (22), Luke Schwieterman (13) and Kevin Fisher (13) were double digits scorers for the host Cavaliers.

Columbus Grove 55,

Continental 37

COLUMBUS GROVE — Brayden Bellman had 16 points and Jacksen Schroeder scored 12 for Grove. Gavin Huff had 10 points and Carson Etter scored seven for Continental.

Holgate 51,

Fort Jennings 45

HOLGATE — Nick Trentman had 16 points and Jarron Swick scored 10 for Fort Jennings.

Miller City 85, Riverdale 43

MILLER CITY — Austin Ruhe (20), Jaden Nuveman (18) and Silas Niese (15) scored in double digits for Miller City.

Ottoville 64, Ada 40

OTTOVILLE — William Miller (23), Carter Horstman (15) and Carter Schnipke (14) scored in double digits for the Big Green. Jaden Leal had nine points and Cayden Murphy scored eight for the Bulldogs.

Spencerville 68,

New Knoxville 35

SPENCERVILLE — Blake Sommers had 12 points and Carter Sudhoff scored 11 Spencerville. Max Henschen had 13 points for New Knoxville.

St. Henry 49, Celina 43

ST. HENRY — Evan Bowers had 11 points and Seth Heitkamp and Bennet Gels each scored 10 for St. Henry. Josh Raswehr had 19 points and Quinn Andrews scored 12 for Celina.

Leipsic 51, Van Buren 50

VAN BUREN — Mason Brandt had 24 points and Paul Maag scored 17 for Leipsic.

Jackson Center 32, Minster 23

JACKSON CENTER — Ian Homan had 10 points and Brogan Stephey scored eight for Minster.

New Bremen 75, Ridgemont 66

NEW BREMEN — Trevor Bergman (18), Reece Busse (17) and Aaron Thieman (15) scored in double digits for the host Cardinals. Landon Newland (29), Mason Stuck (14) and Grant Reppart (13) were double digit scorers for Ridgemont.

Wayne Trace 65, Kalida 54

HAVILAND — Tyson Siefker had 18 points and Jaden Smith scored 11 for Kalida.

Boys bowling

Coldwater 3,149,

Shawnee 2,365

Caleb Sutherin had the high game (266) and Keaton Bruns had the high two-game series (485) for Coldwater. Shawnee’s individual scores were not reported at deadline.

Jaguar Baker Marathon

Celina finished fourth, defeating Westerville Central before falling to Centerville.

Girls bowling

Coldwater 2,491,

Shawnee 2,110

Courtney May had the high game (195) and Lily Schoenherr had the high two-game series (384) for Coldwater. Shawnee’s individual scores were not reported at deadline.


Men’s Basketball

Lawrence Tech 86, UNOH 64

Lima Central Catholic graduate Biggz Johnson had 18 points and Shawnee grad John Barker scored 14 for the University of Northwestern Ohio.

Mount Union 93, Ohio Northern 71

CJ Napier had 23 points and Blake Michael scored 10 for ONU.

Transylvania 64, Bluffton 59

Jameel Cosby had 29 points and Kegan Owen scored 17 for Bluffton.

Women’s Basketball

Transylvania 63, Bluffton 36

Brianna Gillig and Morgan Smith each had 10 points for Bluffton.

Ohio Northern 66, Mount Union 54

Wapakoneta grad Lexi Jacobs and Shawnee grad Alissa Stahler each had 14 points and Bath grad Jaidyn Hale scored 10 for ONU.

Lawrence Tech 65, UNOH 41

New Knoxville grad Erin Scott had 14 points and Maddie Downing scored 12 for UNOH.

Women’s swimming

HCAC tune up

ASHLAND — Bluffton University tuned up for the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships with a Saturday matchup against NCAA Division II heavyweights Ashland and Findlay.

Ottawa-Glandorf grad Brooke Kleman established a new school mark with a time of 1:13.43 good for fifth place in the 100-yard breaststroke. She also eclipsed her previous school mark with a time of 1:00.51 in the 100-yard freestyle.

Men’s tennis

UNOH picked

to win conference

The Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference and the NAIA have released their Preseason Coaches Poll. The Racers were voted to win the WHAC Championship and sit at No. 16 nationally heading into the campaign.

As six-time defending WHAC champs, UNOH earned 49 points and garned all seven first place votes. Last season’s runners-up, Indiana Tech, came in second with 42 points and Cornerstone rounded out the top three.

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