Summary: St Mary’s, Shawnee heads to the youth golf district

FINDLAY — St. Mary’s and Shawnee qualified for district play by finishing 3rd and 5th respectively at Par 72 Sycamore Springs in the Men’s Golf section of Division I on Tuesday.

Cole Koenig (76), who was third individually, and Andrew Moore (81), St, who tied for the eighth lowest score. Marys combined 332 with Brett Speckman (85) and Dakota Moore (90). Justin Altenbach (82), Matthew Azzarello (83), Jack Shivley (86) and Colin Pasion (90) scored Shawnee’s 341. Ashland was the 314 team champion, led by 65 of medalist Tyler Sabo.

Elida’s Carson Harmon (72 is the second lowest round), Matt Adcock (86) and Wapaconeta’s Clay Wilsey (84) also qualified for the district. Wapak’s Zac Niekamp lost in the final individual spot playoffs to Madison Comprehensive’s Jameson Myers after each shot 87.

David Kramer (92) from Serena and Noah Edwards (122) from Lima Sr. had fewer rounds on the team.

The district is scheduled for Wednesday, October 13th at the Shawnee Country Club, where the top two teams and the top two individuals will advance to the state.


Computer rating

Columbus — Division VII Lima Central Catholic (6-1) and Marion Local (7-0) are located above Regions 26 and 28, respectively.

In D-II, Region 8, Lima Senior (3-3) is 13th.

In D-III, Region 12, St. Mary’s (5-2) is 6th, Wapaconeta (5-2) is 7th, Shawnee (4-3) is 9th, and Elida (4-3) is 14th.

Van Wert (6-1) is second in D-IV, Region 14.

In DV, Region 18, Ottawa-Glandorf (4-3) is fourth and Bath (5-2) is ninth.

In D-VI, Region 22, Columbus Grove (7-0) is second and Bluffton (4-3) is twelfth. In D-VI, Region 24, Allen East (5-2) is second, Coldwater (6-1) is third, Delphos Jefferson (3-4) is eleventh, and Fort Recovery (2-5). It is the thirteenth.

In D-VII, Region 26, Upper Sai Auto Valley (6-1) is 5th, Crest View (5-2) is 6th, Leipsick (4-3) is 8th, and Hardin Northern (4-3) is. 11th, Waynesfield Gosen (6-1) is 12th, Pandora-Gilboa (4-3) is 13th, and Spencerville (3-4) is 15th.

In D-VII, Region 28, St. Henry (5-2) is fifth and New Bremann (5-2) is sixth.

The top 16 schools in each region of the final report on October 24th will be eligible for the playoffs.


Leipsic 3,

Delphis Jefferson 0

The Vikings won 25-2, 25-14 and 25-7, improving overall to 17-1, 6-1 at the Northwest Conference.

Peyton Heightmeier 9 kills, 12 digs, 5 ace, Josie Harmirer 14 digs, Marisa Hermirer 11 kills, Samantha Hazelton 4 ace, Serenity Schiefer 32 assists, Ava Henry 7 kills, Alivia Jones had 8 kills. Jefferson’s individual statistics were not reported by the deadline.

Bluffton 3,

Spencer Building 1

The Pirates won 27-25, 26-28, 25-13, 25-14.

Kylie Stackhouse had 26 kills, Islay Grandy had 7 kills, Skyler Scholes had 39 assists, Sophie Bricker had 20 digs and 3 ace, and Herin Bischoff had 12 digs at Bluffton. Individual statistics for Spencerville were not reported by the deadline.

Crest View 3, Ada 0

The Knights won 25-10, 25-9, 25-13.

Brin Putman scored 6 ace, Mia Etsler 16 kills and 3 blocks, Rashi McCoy 9 kills, Cali Gregory 30 assists and Erie Klein 6 digs in Bluffton.

Andreasen in the fall has 7 assists and 11 excavations, Serena Jordan and Lily Baumgartner each have 3 kills, Courtney Sumner has 6 excavations and 3 ace, and Lexi White has 12 excavations. I did it.

Perry 3, Lima Senior 0

The Commodores won 25-19, 25-22, 25-14.

Mary Holsten has 3 ace, 10 kills and 7 assists, Lexena Lee has 4 ace, 9 assists and 4 kills, Bryce James has 5 ace and 15 digs. I did. Tillie Nelson won 5 kills and 3 blocks, Ti’anna Spivey 9 assists and Tatum Twining 9 digs to win Lima Senior.

St Mary’s 3, Elida 0

Rough riders won 25-18, 25-22, 25-16.

Halle Houston killed 17 people. At St. Mary’s, Sierra Graber had 9 kills and 6 ace, Adilaut had 8 kills, Reagan Alemeier had 36 assists, and Grace Linjons had 3 ace. Addicin Freeman had 8 kills and Kylie Voheez had 8 kills and 6 blocks for Elida.

Mirror City 3,

Delphis St. Johns 0

Wildcats won 25-11, 25-9, 25-14. Abi Lammers 14 kills and 20 digs, Lexi Banks 14 kills and 13 digs, Abi Teders 13 kills and 6 blocks, Grace Pfau 39 assists, 4 ace and 3 blocks, Tessa Oedy 21 digs in Mirror City (14-3) ). Individual DSJ statistics were not reported by the deadline.

Serena 3, Defiance 0

Serena won 25-22, 26-14, 25-17 as Brooklyn Bourne, who achieved 15 kills, achieved her 500th career kill. She also had four aces. Evie Holsted had 7 kills, Payton Bertke had 6 kills and 38 assists, Amelia Lutz had 6 kills and 3 ace, and Summer Wilson had 28 digs in Serena.

Fort Loramie 3, Marion Local 0

Flyers fell to 25-18, 25-18, 25-14. In Marion Local, Julia Meller has 6 assists, 4 ace and 11 digs, Olivia Winner has 9 digs, Nora Ecstein has 5 kills and 10 digs, Natalie Evers has 12 assists, Lydia Eifert has 15 digs, and Chloero Nevaum has 10 kills. was.

Hardin Northern 3, Elgin 0

Polar bears won 25-9, 25-16, 25-20. In Hardin Northern, Patin Pore had 5 ace and 6 kills, Ellis McCoy had 6 kills, Kennedy Hall had 23 assists, and Blair Hypshire had 7 digs.

Waynesfield Goshen 3, Upper Scioto Valley 1

The WG won 14-25, 25-22, 27-25, 25-19. Brielle Cotterman scored 6 kills, Kennedy Hall scored 7 assists and 6 ace, and Caitylyn Cunningham scored 15 digs on the USV.

Lincoln View 3, Allen East 0

Lancer won 25-19, 25-22, 25-15. Kendall Bollenbacher had 12 kills, 4 ace and 9 digs, and Breck Evans 17 had assists.

Boys football

Mirror City 4,

Corey-Lawson 0

Mason Lehman scored and assisted, Ethan Barrage assisted Tally, Lane Pester assisted, Joe Dateling made five saves, and Wildcats shut out 8-4-1. The other score in Mirror City was an own goal.

Continental 6,

Archbold 0

Andrew Hoeffel had a goal and two assists, Rhenn Armey had two tally, Peyton Wilson, Carson Etter and Collin Davis each had a score, and Alex Sharritis had an assist.

Karida 3,

Allen East 1

Isen Schafer scored an Allen East goal with the assistance of Braylen Kennedy. Teammate Blake Clam made 11 saves, including two penalty kicks. Karida’s goal scorer was not reported by the deadline.

Women’s soccer

Miller City 3, Fort Jennings 1

Taylor Wilhelm had goals and assists, Lexie Wheelman and Haley Warnimont each had one tally, and Ava Rosengarten had Mirror City (8-2-3) assists. The Fort Jennings Goal Scorser was not reported by the deadline.

Serena 4, Wapaconeta 0

When Serena improved to 8-4-1 (6-2 Western Backeye League), Taylor Klingshan, Mia Rolfes, Christina Stein and Raven Harris each scored goals. Wapaconeta fell to 4-9-1 (2-5-1 WBL).

Ottawa-Glandorf 8, Defiance 0

Myka Aldrich had three goals, and Ella Okuly, Chloe Schroeder, Makenna Siefker, Alexa Fortman, and Lily Haselman each had one tally.

The Mackenzie Recker had two assists, and the Siefker, Clara Beach, Fortman, Haselman, and Lauren Siefker each had one assist. Abbey Warnecke helped to reach the goal of the shutout.

Shawnee 4, Kenton 1

Tayma Jmiai had two goals, and teammates Kennedy Jensen and Kamryn Morris, and Kenton’s Abi Temple each had one tally.

Buri Redenor and Taylor Morris each assisted Shawnee.

cross country

Paulding County Convention

Paulding (44) finished in the men’s competition behind Wayne Trace (37) and in front of Antwerp (48). Paulding’s Reid Johanns won the race in 18 minutes and 1 second.

In the women’s race, Claire Miller (24:21) finished fourth in Paulding without a team score, behind Wayne Trace race winner Chiara Bahena (21:23).


Women’s golf

William beale

Autumn classic

FINDLAY — St. Mary’s graduate Jill Schmidt Meyer finished in 5th place with a total of 223 in 3 rounds in 2nd place Findlay. Teammates and Lima Central Catholic graduate Mary Kelly Marchay tied for 9th place with 225. LCC graduate Erin Markay played for the 8th place Findley “B” team and finished in 31st place with 232.

Serena’s Brooklyn Bourne has joined her teammates after reaching her 500th career kill.Photo courtesy

Elida’s Carson Harmon and Wappak’s Wilsey also move forward

Please contact the Lima News Sports Department at 567-242-0451.

Summary: St Mary’s, Shawnee heads to the youth golf district

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