Football for girls

Kalida 3, Attaville 0

KALIDA — Kalida got goals from Meredith Bockrath, Audrey Hovest and Kendall Bockrath. Hovest and Livia Recker recorded the shows. Calida goalie Kassidy Hipscher made six saves and Ottaville goalie Madison Hursten made seven.

Corey-Rawson 3, Delphos St. John’s 0

MT. CORRY — Corry-Rawson’s Paige McVetta, Lanny Kempf and Paige Carpenter scored goals. Bryn Reese had two assists and Paige McVetta had one. Corey-Rawson goalie Laurie Wittenmeier made three saves for the shutout. Delphos St. John’s goalie Evie Bonderwell made 16 saves.

Girls’ tennis

Van Wert 4, Bluffton 1

VAN WERT — Van Wert won in singles from Grace Lott, Mandy Burenga and Zoe Coleman and in doubles from the team of Piper Pierce and Sophie Gearhart. Bluffton’s double of Ashlyn Jennings and Livvy Quillen got the win.

Lima Central Catholic 3, Findlay 2

Lima Central Catholic won singles for Libby Simmons, Claire Janowski and Alexa Hefner.

Golf for girls

ARLINGTON — Lima Central Catholic’s Bridget Mulcahy returns to the Division II state tournament after finishing fourth overall with an 83 and tied for second in the individual event at the district tournament held Monday in Sycamore Springs. Ottaville’s Lexi Honigford and Miller City’s Chelsea Erford tied for 20th with 92 points.

Van Buren won the district with a score of 362, followed by Col. Crawford with a 388 and Hopewell-Loudon was third with a 390. Minster was the best in the area with a ninth-place finish. Katie Heitkamp led the Wildcats with 87 points. Other team finishes included Ashlyn Homan (106), Ashley Meyer (110), Lauren Heitkamp (110) and Star Weigandt (121).

Football for boys

Shawnee 7, Ottawa-Glandorf 0

Shawnee’s Luca Fucillo and Matteo Fucillo had two goals apiece, while Austin Miller’s Colin Scheid and Sam Tenwalde had goals. Miller and Tenwalde had two assists each, while Shade and Matteo Fuzillo also had assists.

St. Mary’s 2, Elis 1

St. Mary’s got goals from Quinn Holzapple and Jack Hertenstein and assists from Brady Triplett and Brayden Keller. Rider keeper Kaden Ballweg made three saves.

Bluffton 4, Lincolnview 1

BLUFFTON — Bluffton’s Justin Good scored twice and Jack Bruan and Luke Shepherd added goals. Assists were provided by Good and Ben Hartzler. The “Pirate” keeper made two saves. Lancer Jackson Evans scored the lone goal for Lincolnview.


RG under No. 8.

COLUMBUS — Waynesfield-Goshen, despite a convincing win last week, dropped one spot to No. 8 in the Associated Press Ohio high school football poll released Monday.

The Tigers (6-0) take on Perry Friday.

Wapakoneta (5-1) moved up one spot to No. 11 in Division III.

Van Wert (5-1) is tied for No. 6 in Division IV. Marion Local and Coldwater – NO. 1 in Division V and VI respectively.


Allen East 3, Ridgemont 0

HARROD — Allen East won 25-10, 25-16 and 25-10. Allen East’s Hannah Willams had 26 assists and Soraya Jackson added nine kills. Kenzie Koontz had seven kills and Elle Richardson had seven kills and six aces.

Bluffton 3, Patrick Henry 0

BLUFFTON — Bluffton won 25-13, 25-1 and 25-14. Bluffton’s Ayla Grundy had 11 kills and two aces, while Gracie Yarnell had six kills, 12 assists, three aces and five digs. Kendall Stackhouse had five kills, Olivia Hobensek had eight assists and Morgan Frucchi had 10 digs.

Parkway 3, St. Marys 0

ROCKFORD — Parkway won 25-16, 28-26 and 25-17. Horseman Bryn Clark had nine kills, five blocks and six digs. Ashley Nuss and Lily Rummel combined for nine goals, while Rummel added 19 assists and two aces.

Continental 3, Antwerp 0

CONTINENTAL — Continental’s Delanie Bowers had 15 kills, 13 digs, a block and two aces, while Teagan McDougall had 29 assists and 10 digs. Lauren Williams had six kills, 21 digs and four aces, while Reagan Marshall added 11 kills, two blocks and one ace. Olivia Logan had 12 digs, a kill and two aces.


ONU players are honored

ADA — Senior soccer player Josh Ellis (Whitehouse/Anthony Wayne) and sophomore volleyball player Erin Wagner (Massion/Perry) have been selected as Northern Ohio Polar Bear of the Month honorees.

Ellis, a goaltender, started all nine of the ONU men’s soccer team’s September games, making 26 saves and four shutouts while adding an offensive assist as the Polar Bears posted a 5-2-2 overall record.

On Sept. 19, he was named the Ohio Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week after making eight saves in shutout wins over Ohio Wesleyan and Hanover (Ind.).

Wagner, a right side hitter, helped lead the ONU volleyball team to a 10-5 record in September, earning MVP honors at the ONU Invitational and earning OAC Offensive Player of the Week honors on Sept. 19.

She tallied 184 kills, an average of 3.35 per set, and scored 3.5 points per set for the month.