08 Oct Summary: Women’s club tennis semi-final advancers decided
Lima — Seany’s Arora Patel and Rose Cotta Paris, Van Wort’s Gray Slots and Lima Central Catholic’s Libby Simmons reach the singles semifinals on Thursday at the Division II Girls Tennis Section at Ohio Northwest University and Westwood Tennis and Fitness Center. Did.
Patel will play Lot and Cotta Paris will face Simmons at UNOH on Saturday.
In the doubles, Elena Oliver and An Oliver of Bath will play Serena’s Whitney Jones and Keirin Sanders, and LCC’s Page Brinkman and Claire Yanovsky will meet Shawnee’s Ava Patel and Karadebros in the semifinals on Saturday.The match is scheduled to start at 9am
Those who reached the semi-finals qualified for the district on October 13th and 16th.
FINDLAY — Wapakoneta’s Brooke Minnig will play Findlay’s Sydney Swisher when play resumes on Saturday in the singles semifinals.
Wapak doubled the team of Bailey Barrett and Elisabeth Good, with Ma Kenzie Schroeder and Abby Metzger in the semi-finals. Barrett and Goodplay Rachel Ward, Briana Danham, Schroeder and Metsger from Perrysburg meet Findley’s Libira Master and Madison Barberry. Those who reached the semi-finals proceeded to the Port Clinton district.
Fostria — Lima Central Catholic (163) defeated Van Buren (172) and Northview (201) at the Par 36 Fostria Country Club.
Bridget Mulcahy (37), Emma Mayers (39), Carlie VanMeter (40) and Leiahnni Smith (47) won the championship in total.
Shawnee 4, Kenton 1
Austin Miller scored and assisted, Noah Shaid, Matteo Fushijo and Sam Tenvalde each scored one goal, Colin Shaid assisted and Jack Tenvalde scored four saves with Shawnee (11-1). Brent Raider had Kenton’s goal.
Elida 4, Van Wort 0
Ethan Thomas, Jonathan Flores, Jackson Davis, and Aidan Crites each had goals.
Allen East 4,
New Knoxville 1
New Knoxville — Brayren Kennedy had two goals. Ashton Neff had goals and assists, Matty King had tally, Alejandro Prada and Brady Shea each had assists, and Blake Clam made one save for Mustang.
Lincoln View 1
Fort Jennings 0
Austin Bocclas scored a goal with a penalty kick. Teammate Davis Schwartz made two saves to score a shutout goal. Fort Jennings counterpart John Grote made six saves.
Mirror City 3,
Indian lake 0
Mason Lehman and Ashten Surfos each had a goal and an assist, with Joe Daytering scoring a penalty kick and scoring a shutout goal with three saves, assisted by CJ Lehman.
Fair loan 1,
Temple Christian 0
Cody Motter has made 15 saves for Temple Christians.
Issac Macke, Austin Birkemeier and Mike Evers scored goals respectively, Carson Fuka scored two assists, Jeremy Hermiller assisted and Dylan Birkemeier saved five OG goals.
Spencer Building 5
Lima Central Catholic 0
No other information has been reported about this match by the deadline.
Van Buren 5, Cory-Rawson 0
Tobey Wittenmeyer made 10 saves for CR.
Wapaconeta 3, Serena 1
No information has been reported regarding this match.
Elida 7, Van Wort 1
Anaray Jackson had two goals, Lacy Morning and Hannah Jones each had a goal and an assist, and Olivia Wallace, Olivia Green, and Olivia Lauks each had one tally of Elida.
Bluffton 1, Ottawa Hills 1
Nolan Hoffman scored Bluffton’s goal and teammate Kyle Basil saved eight goals as Pirates moved 10-2-1 during the season.
Botkins 5, Allen East 2
No other information has been reported regarding the deadline for this match.
Van Buren 3, Cory-Rawson 1
Paige McVetta had a Cory-Rawson goal.
Elida 3, Van Wort 1
The Bulldogs won 27-2522-25 25-1725-15.
Kylie Vorhees scored 19 kills and 4 blocks, Addisyn Freeman scored 10 kills, and Kayla Hunter scored Elida with 25 assists. Jordan Bryce scored 3 blocks, Marian Naikes scored 8 kills and 6 ace, Finley Foster scored 32 assists, Keila Crites scored 9 kills, Curly Young scored 37 digs, and Maria Bagley scored 11 kills and 34 digs.
Leipsic 3, Ada 0
The Vikings won 25-9, 25-12 and 25-14, improving overall to 18-1 and 7-1 at the Northwest Conference.
Peyton Heightmeier had 8 kills and 16 excavations, Marisa Hermirer had 12 kills, Josie Harmiller had 13 excavations, Casey Blow had 9 kills and 4 ace, and Samantha Hazelton had 4 ace in Leipsick.
Andreasen in the fall has 13 assists and 9 excavations, Courtney Sumner has 13 excavations, Dacy Robinson has 4 kills, Emily Haffer has 4 blocks, and Lexi White has 10 excavations. I did.
Temple Christian III
Pioneer won 19-25, 25-19, 24-26, 25-12, 15-12.
Emma White has 12 kills and 19 excavations, Sese Warsham has 25 kills, 4 ace and 21 excavations, Haley Smith has 9 kills, Jessica Hollowway has 43 excavations, Kaley Linhart has 19 assists and 16 excavations, Emily・ Bontrager had 25 assists and 3 ace. Briana Smith had three blocks for Temple Christians. Lexenna Lee had 19 assists and 15 kills, Mary Holsten had 6 ace, 17 assists and 15 kills, and Bryce James had 21 digs for Perry.
Linhart has passed 900 career assists and Worsham has passed 600 career kills.
Fort recovery 3
The Indians won 25-21, 19-25, 25-19, 25-18. Lyndi Hemmelgarn got 3 ace, Lily Barhorst got 14 kills, 5 blocks, 9 digs, Alyssa Niemeyer got 7 kills, Kayla Lamm got 3 blocks, Jayden Clune got 18 assists and Ava Grieshop got wild cats with 12 digs.
Crest View 3, LCC 0
The Knights won 25-14, 25-12, and 25-13, improving overall to 14-6 and NWC to 6-1. Cali Gregory had 5 ace and 34 assists, Myia Etzler had 15 kills, Laci McCoy had 7 kills, and Ellie Kline and Adelyn Figley each had 7 crest view digs. Lima Central Catholic individual statistics were not reported by the deadline.
Columbus Grove 0
The Pirates won 25-22, 25-19, 25-16.
Kylie Stackhouse had 16 kills and 3 blocks, Islay Grandy had 15 kills, Skyler Scholes had 29 assists and 13 digs, Sophie Bricker had 24 digs and Kylie Monday had 13 digs at Bluffton.
Bus 3, St. Mary’s 0
Wildkittens won 25-23, 27-25, 25-17. At St. Mary’s, Halle Haston had 16 kills, Sierra Graber had 11 kills, and Reagan Alemeier had 22 assists. Individual statistics for Bath were not reported by the deadline.
Clay 3, Lima Senior 0
Amaiya Thomas assisted 5 times and Tiana Spivey killed Lima Senior 4 times.
Serena 3, Wapaconeta 1
The Bulldogs won 25-22, 25-23, 25-17.
Amelia Lutz scored 12 kills, Sydney Davis 10 kills, Peyton Bertoke 41 assists and Summer Wilson 34 digs in Serena.
New Knoxville 3, St. Henry I
The Rangers won 25-15, 25-21, 19-25, 25-19.
In New Knoxville, Erie Gabel had 52 assists, Karsin Henschen had 20 kills and 11 digs, Avery Henschen had 18 kills and 19 digs, and Haylie Redder Johann had 8 kills and 13 digs.
Shawnee 3, Kenton 0
The Indians won 25-16, 25-19, 25-22.
Addison Maxwell had 6 assists, Tessa Stirrer had 6 excavations, Cullington Green had 13 kills and 8 excavations, Gwenconley had 3 blocks, Page Maxwell had 6 assists, 5 excavations and 3 ace, and Miarosus had 9 assists against Shawnee. ..
Cold water 3, Parkway 0
The Cavaliers won 25-18, 26-24 and 25-22.
Annelise Harlamert had 31 assists and 11 digs, Spencer Etzler had 4 ace and Riley Rismiller had 5 blocks. In Coldwaters, Jenna Roigers had 12 kills and 11 digs, Madison Wendell had 7 kills and 12 digs, Spencer Etzler had 7 kills and 12 digs, Jenna Roigers had 11 digs, and Annelies Harla Mart had 11 digs.
Allen East 3, Spencerville 1
The Mustang won 21-25, 25-21, 25-19, 25-16.
Ottoville 3, Paulding 0
Big Green won 25-22, 25-15, 25-20. Makhaira Saffel had 7 kills, Claire Schweller had 20 assists, Janae Peas had 13 digs, Erie Burton had 10 digs, and Joss Palette had 21 digs.
North Baltimore 3, Corey-Lawson 0
CR fell to 25-16, 25-16, 25-16. Alli Garmatter: 6 kills, 16 digs and 4 blocks, Chelcie McVetta 5 assists and 3 blocks, Faith Bowersox 11 digs, Morgan McVetta 4 ace in CR.
New Breman 3, Marion Local 1
The Cardinals won 24-26, 26-24, 25-20, 25-18.
Mueller has 13 assists, 3 ace and 8 digs, Xtine has 9 digs, König has 8 kills, Evers has 11 assists and 10 digs,
Eifert excavated 14 and Ronnebaum achieved 6 kills locally in Marion.
The Paulding boys finished in 6th place, 130 people behind the event winner Fairview (31). Curly Thompson led Paulding with a 24th place time of 22 minutes 22 seconds. Roman DeLaRosa (20:46) finished 17th in Leipsick, who didn’t post a team score. Avin Johnson of Antwerp was the winner of the race at 18:53.
In the women’s race, Leipsick’s Laura Wensink was 9th (24:27) and Paulding’s Claire Miller was 11th (24:47) to Wayne Trace’s race winner Chiara Bahena (22:17). bottom.
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