Roundup: Lincolnview secures D-IV district softball crown


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WAPAKONETA — Lincolnview earned a regional semifinal spot with a 10-5 Division IV district final victory Friday against Fort Recovery.

Zadria King had three hits, including a double, and an RBI, Addysen Stevens had two hits, including a triple, and two RBI, Andi Webb had two hits and two RBI and Taylor Post had a hit and three RBI for the Lancers, who will play Sycamore Mohawk, a 11-6 winner against Plymouth, at 5 p.m. Wednesday at Clyde.

Emma Will had three hits and an RBI and Maddie Guggenbiller had two hits, including a double, and two RBI for the Indians.

All-NWC

Columbus Grove’s Kam Utendorf (player of the year) and Lincolnview’s Coach of the Year: Eric Schwab (coach of the year) received top honors in the NWC

Joining Utendorf on the first team wre Kendall Bollenbacher (Lincolnview), Katelyn Castle (Crestview), Jocelyn Hermiller (Leipsic), Makayla Jackman (Lincolnview), Jenna Bassitt (Ada), Madison Zimmerly (Columbus Grove), Nikki Thaxton (Allen East), Rylle Miller (Cretsview), Riley Busch (Bluffton) and Taylor Post (Lincolnview).

Making the second team were Sophie Bricker (Bluffton), Marissa Hermiller (Leipsic), Braxton Sherrick (Lincolnview), Kendall Schrader (Delphos Jefferson), Maddy Layman (Spencerville), Ava Henry (Leipsic), Jaelyn Boop (Spencerville), Hannah Davis (Bluffton), Addyssen Stevens (Lincolnview), Olivia Heckler (Crestview) and Abby Stechschulte (Columbus Grove)

Honorable mention recognition went to Daisy Robinson (Ada), Alex Rodriguez (Allen East), Zadria King (Lincolnview), Krystin Moore (Delphos Jefferson), Micaela Lugabihl (Crestview), Laci McCoy (Crestview), Jessa Rostorfer (Delphos Jefferson), Emma Brinkman (Allen East), Isabella Ramos (Columbus Grove), Mallory Orick (Spencerville), Audrey Rex (Allen East), Andi Webb (Lincolnview), Lauren Swartzlander (Bluffton), Aubrey Young (Allen East), Samantha Hazelton (Leipsic), Lauren Bassett (Bluffton), Maggie Wannamaker (Allen East), Avery Rahrig (Delphos Jefferson), Hanna Joseph (Delphos Jefferson), Ashley Fleece (Bluffton) and Katie Sizemore (Ada)

Baseball

All-NWC

Lincolnview’s Landon Price (player of the year) and Eric Fishpaw (coach of the year) recieved top honor in the Northwest Conference.

Joining Price on the first team were Carson Fox (Lincolnview), Dane Ebel (Lincolnview), Ayden Lichtensteiger (Crestview), Carson Hunter (Crestview), Quin Schroeder (Leipsic), Trey Sautter (Columbus Grove), Carter Ringwald (Spencerville), Taylor Schroeder (Columbus Grove), Mason Brandt (Leipsic) and Garrett Newland (Allen East)

Making the second team were Jacob Simmons (Delphos Jefferson), Cole Binkley (Lincolnview), Shep Halker (Columbus Grove), Nathan Lichtle (Crestview), Luke Spoors (Leipsic), Colin Bailey (Delphos Jefferson), Tyler Koenig (Spencerville), Hunter Jones (Crestview), Roman Snyder (Ada) and Garret Bogart (Bluffton)

Honorable mention recognition went to Blake Liffick (Leipsic), Brenton Renner (Columbus Grove), Jack Dunlap (Lincolnview), Braylon Scalf (Delphos Jefferson), Jack Cox (Spencerville), Ethan Ziesloft (Leipsic), Jacob Hershberger (Allen East), Eli Harter (Spencerville), Parker Speith (Crestview), Brandon Renner (Lincolnview), Preston Kreischer (Crestview), Luke Otto (Columbus Grove), Landen Schroeder (Columbus Grove), Braylen Kennedy (Allen East), Jordan Coonfare (Bluffton), Jeremy Tavarez (Leipsic), Braeden Jordan (Bluffton) and Jacob Sutherly (Ada)

Sectional Finals

Division II

Van Wert 8,

Bryan 0

BRYAN — Winning pitcher Luke Wessell allowed four hits and two walks while striking out eight in seven innings. Ethan Rupert had had two hits, including a triple, and two RBI and Briston Wise had three hits, including a double and a triple, and three RBI as the Cougars advanced to play the Napoleon-Toledo Central Catholic winner at 6 p.m. Thursday at Archbold.

Ottawa-Glandorf 6,

Maumee 5

OTTAWA — Nate Maag reached third on a stolen base and scored the winning run on an error in the bottom of the seventh. Maag finished with two hits, including a double, and an RBI. Colin White had three hits and an RBI and Dylan Leopold had two hits, including a double, and an RBI also for O-G, which moved on to play Defiance, a 3-0 winner against Rossford, at 4 p.m. Thursday at Archbold.

Celina 7,

Lexington 0

CELINA — Winning pitcher Quinn Andrew allowed two hits and a walk while striking out six in seven innings. Dylan Feister had a double and two RBI and teammate Jack Hasson had two hits. Celina will play Wapakoneta at 2 p.m. Thursday at Bluffton Village Park.

Ontario 10, Shawnee 0

ONTARIO — Ontario advanced to play Columbian, a 9-3 winner against Elida at 4:30 p.m. Thursday at Bluffton Village Park

Division III

Eastwood 10,

Parkway 0

PEMBERVILLE — Winning pitcher Lake Boos did not allow any hits and recorded four walks while striking out nine in five innings.

Sectional semifinal

Kenton 11,

Allen East 1

HARROD — Winning pitcher Trevor Robinson allowed four hits and four walks while striking out 11 in six innings. Brent Rader had a double and a pair of homers, Luke Leffler had a home run and two RBI and Anthony Hunt had two hits and an RBI. Braylen Kennedy had a pair of hits for Allen East. The Wildcats will play at noon today at Coldwater.

Colleges

Men’s golf

NAIA Championships

SILVIS, Ill. — The University of Northwestern Ohio’s Michael Robson finished in a tie for 27th with a four-round total of 288 at TPC at Deere Run. Master’s University’s Jack Dudeck and Keiser University’s Jakob Stavang Stubhaug finished tied for first at 8-under 276 with Stubhaug winning a playoff for the individual crown.

Men’s tennis

ONU coach,

players honored

ADA — Eight Ohio Northern players were named All-Ohio Athletic Conference for 2022 in voting conducted by the league’s head coaches.

Vinh Thai and Andrew Cochran were named first team all-conference. Ada graduate Zach Beaschler, Sam Sran, Peyton Specht and Tristan Munteanu were second team selections, and Matt Garcia and Drew Swisher earned honorable mention accolades. Capital’s Colin Welch, an Ottawa-Glandorf grad, received honorable mention recognition.

The conference also named Mike Bonnell as the league’s Coach of the Year.

Cochran was also named to the Academic All-District 7 At-Large First Team by the College Sports Information Directors of America.

Women’s tennis

All-OAC selections

get announced

ADA — Six Ohio Northern players were named All-OAC for 2022 in voting conducted by the league’s head coaches.

Katie Curry and Lima Central Catholic grad Olivia Kesner were named first team all-conference, Regan Landis and Ada grad Miranda Wills were second team selections, and Jeorgia Templin and Katie O’Connell received honorable mention honors.

Men’s swimming

Ohio Northern’s

Adams recognized

ADA — Ohio Northern’s Jeremy Adams was named to the Academic All-District 7 At-Large First Team by the College Sports Information Directors of America for the 2021-22 season.

Adams helped lead the Ohio Northern to a 4-0 record in regular-season conference dual meets and a second-place finish at the OAC Championships this past season. He was named OAC Men’s Swimmer of the Week five times and had six All-OAC finishes.

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