VAN WERT — Lincolnview won the Northwest Conference tournament in an 18-hole tournament played at the par 72 Hickory Sticks Golf Club. The first-place tournament finish also clinched the overall conference championship for the Lancers.
The Lancers had a team total 338 to defeat tournament runner-up Spencerville by 23 strokes followed by Columbus Grove (370), Paulding (372), (Bluffton 377), Crestview (388), Delphos Jefferson (401), Allen East (411) and Ada (514).
Lincolnview’s Joshah Rager was medalist with a 77. Second place medalist honors were shared by Bluffton’s Aaron Belcher and Spencerville’s Ethan Harmon as each shot 78.
Lincolnview’s Daryl Dowdy was selected as the coach of the year and Rager won player of the year for the third straight year by virtue of points earned during each regular season match.
Rager was joined on the NWC First Team by Belcher, Gavin Harmon, Grant Whitley of Allen East, Ethan Dominique of Paulding, Ethan Harmon of Spencerville and Andrew Foust of Delphos Jefferson.
Kalida 155, Liberty-Benton 164
OTTAWA — Co-medalist Trent Siebeneck (37), Jeff Knueve (39), Josh Recker (39) and Christian Nartker (40) combined for the winning score. Elliot Logsdon led L-B with a 37.
St. Henry 158, Russia 191
VERSAILLES — Co-medalists Kyle Naumann and Lucas Grieshop (37 each), Rylee Deitsch (41) and Seth King and Jack Romer (43 each) combined for the winning score at Stillwater Valley Golf Course.
St. Marys 3, Elida 0
Ally Angstmann had 18 kills, Shania Taylor had 18 digs and Madi Howell had 30 assists for St. Marys.
Allen East 3, Spencerville 0
The Mustangs won 25-15, 25-17, 25-14. Abby Kennedy had eight kills, Kyra Clark had five kills and eight aces and Summer McCloskey had 25 assists for Allen East.
Abby Satterfield had two kills and a block and Neleya Burden had two blocks and an ace for Spencerville.
OTTAWA — The Titans improved to 11-1 overall and 4-1 in the Western Buckeye League with th 25-16, 25-19, 25-16 victory. Taylor Alt had 10 kills, Jordan Alt had nine kills and four blocks, Emily Annesser had eight kills, 16 assists and three aces and Brooke Kleman had six aces and 20 digs for O-G.
Olivia Brock had nine assists and 12 digs, Norah Painter had six kills and four blocks and Rhiannon Knight had four blocks for Shawnee.
Hardin Northern 3,
Temple Christian 0
DOLA — The hosts won 25-9, 25-7, 25-10. Shelby Alloway had nine kills and four aces and Madison Robson had four aces and 26 assists for Hardin Northern. Kaitlyn Sutton had five aces and seven digs for Temple Christian.
Ottoville 3, Miller City 0
OTTOVILLE — The hosts improved to 11-0 on the season with the 25-7, 25-15, 25-8 victory. Bridget Landin had 13 kills, CJ Kemper had eight kills and eight digs, Alexis Thorbahn had 14 assists, Emily Landin had eight digs and Brynlee Hanneman had six blocks for Ottoville. Meggan Meyer had five kills, Brittany Kuhlman had eight assists and Abbey Schroeder had 18 digs for Miller City.
Van Wert 3, Kenton 0
The Cougars won 25-15, 25-19, 25-16. Emma Kohn had 15 kills and nine digs, Peyton Fleming had eight kills, 12 digs and five blocks, Ella Butler had seven kills and five blocks and Megan Spray had 28 assists and five blocks for Van Wert.
Columbus Grove 3,
VAN WERT — The Bulldogs won 16-25, 25-21, 25-21, 25-20. Carlee McCluer had 20 kills, Paige Bellman had three blocks and 11 kills, Rylee Sybert had 16 assists, Danielle Caudill had 23 assists and Jade Clement had four aces for Grove.
Paulding 3, Bluffton 1
The Panthers won 25-13, 26-24, 9-25, 25-20. Audrey Manz had 17 assists, Taylor March had 13 digs, Macy Iler had 13 digs and Cassidy Posey had 20 kills for Paulding. Andie Schmutz had eight kills, Katie Prater had eight blocks, Alicia Schmutz had five aces and Emily Stratton had 23 digs for the Pirates.
Bath 3, Wapakoneta 1
The Wildkittens won 19-25, 25-23, 25-23, 25-16. Abby Cosart had 34 assists, Kennedy Metcalf had 14 kills and three blocks and Riley Iiames had 29 digs for Bath.
Marion Local 3,
Fort Recovery 1
The Flyers won 27-25, 25-20, 23-25, 25-16. Kylie Albers had 12 kills, Kara Evers had 11 kills, Maddie Griesdorn had 23 assists, Carrie Fesenmyer had 26 digs and Chloe Bertke had four blocks for Marion Local.
Lima Central Catholic 3,
The Thunderbirds won 25-17, 25-23, 25-23.
Kills. Ellen Dee had 13 kills and four aces, Courtney Hahn had 25 assists, Katie Eisele had 11 digs and Alexis McNamara had two blocks for LCC. Ally McCoy had 11 kills, Abby Bagley had 26 assists and Lyvia Black had 14 digs for Crestview.
New Bremen 3,
New Knoxville 0
Kenzie Schroer had 21 assists and eight digs, Shayna Bierlein had 10 kills and seven digs and Faith Homan had 14 digs for New Knoxville.
Perry 3, Waynesfield-Goshen 1
WAYNESFIELD — The Commodores won 25-22, 26-24, 21-25, 25-12. Kaylyne Trent had eight aces and 13 digs, Kylyn Collins had 36 assists and Lexus Baker had 19 kills and three blocks for Perry. Halie Gilroy had nine digs, Bailie Barrington had 22 assists and three aces, Lynsey Lowe had 12 kills and Cassidy Craig had six kills and five aces for W-G.
Ada 3, Delphos Jefferson 0
DELPHOS — The Bulldogs won 25-12, 25-14, 25-15. Melina Woods had 25 kills and seven blocks, Olivia Alexander had 12 digs, Maddie Gossard had 24 assists and Sidney Gossard had four aces for Ada.
Celina 3, Defiance 1
CELINA — The hosts won 24-26, 25-22, 25-17, 25-18. Morgan Porter had 21 kills, Alexis Kiessling had five aces and 27 digs and Alex Stambaugh had 24 assists for Celina.
Allen East 3, New Knoxville 1
Ethan Grant, Malichi Blackma and Dalton Calvert each had a goal for Allen East. Zach Davis had New Knoxville’s goal.
Elida 2, Van Wert 0
Riley Bartels and Jake Taylor each had a goal and Caleb Jones got the shutout in goal.
Lima Central Catholic 4,
LIMA — Stephen Taflinger and Jimmy Kutka each had two goals and Jack Zerante made five saves to get the shutout in goal.
Kenton 2, Shawnee 0
Hayden Hicks and Grant Walter each had a goal and teammate Patrick Bartlett made eight saves in goal.
Ethan White, Chad Duling and Bryce Schroeder each had a goal and teammate Evan Balash made six saves in goal.
Liberty-Benton 2, Ada 1
FINDLAY — Terry Sheridan scored Ada’s goal.
Bluffton 2, Riverdale 0
Eli Bourassa and Josh Begg each had a goal and teammate Ethan Shane made nine saves in goal.
Botkins 6, Lincolnview 0
The names of the Botkins goal scorers were not reported.
Temple Christian 7,
Taran Zwiebel had three goals and teammates Isaac Lee, Cameron Worsham, Seth Ward and DJ Clay had one each. Griffen Croft had Spencerville’s goal.
Allen East 4,
Miller City 2
Leah Casey had three goals and Madison Houston one for Allen East. Tiffany Welty and Abby Schroeder each had a goal for Miller City.
Anna 13, Delphos St. John’s 1
The goal scorer for Delphos St. John’s was not reported.
Continental 15, Crestview 0
Alex Hoeffel had four goals, Paige Lawhorn had two and Blair Tegenkamp, Jaylen Armey, Briley Collier, Kelsey Miller, Kaytlin Bibler, Kaitlyn Alvarado, Katie Keller, Emily Rose and Sarah Koenig each scored one.
Bluffton 16, Paulding 0
Abbie Parkins had four goals, Kelli Leugers and Brinkley Garmatter each had two and Sydney Staton, Ana Spieidigliozzi, Brooke Koontz, Sarah Theisen, Kim Gordon, Hannah Yost, Averey Rumer and Kelly White each had one. Jadyn Barhorst and Hannah Yost teamed up to get the shutout in goal.
Botkins 3, Lincolnview 1
Raegan Boley scored Lincolnview’s goal.
ROCKFORD — Medalist Mackenzie Kraft (43), McKenzie Davis (47), Macala Ashbaugh (47) and Marissa Miller (47) combined for the winning score. Haylee Stukey led Parkway with a 44.
St. Henry 192, Fort Loramie 194
Kaitlyn Clune (43), Allyson Hemmelgarn (49), Carina Clune (50) and Karlee Staugler (50) combined for the winning score at the par 36 Mercer County Elks.
St. Marys 4, LCC 1
ST. MARYS — Singles players Hannah Selver and Jennifer Brown and the doubles teams of Jillian Wine and Kara Vanaher and Bailey Lininger and Grace Dicke won for St. Marys. Olivia Kesner won for LCC.
Bluffton 4, Ada 1
BLUFFTON — Singles players Julianna Hotmire and Baylee Liddick and the doubles teams of Katie Wright and Lucie Fett and Raychel Avila and Erin Hotmire won for Bluffton. Libbie Milks won for Ada.
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