DSJ's Gerker sets new school golf record

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Aug. 31—High School

Boys Golf

Delphos 157, New Knoxville 219

Delphos St. John's Jack Gerker set a new school record with a score 30 to capture medalist honors. Other Blue Jay scores were Collin Feathes 36, Caden Wright 45, Devin Sanders 46 and Nate Gable 48. For New Knoxville, Max Henschen shot a 53, followed by Jay Waterman 53, James Albers 56 and Andrew Leffell 57.

Bluffton 165, Columbus Grove 168, Delphos Jefferson 173

DELPHOS — Bluffton's Kenny Lovett was the medalist with a score of 35. Other Pirate scores were Wes Brauen 41, Jaden Coonfare 44, Jacob Boisvert 45, Micah Minning 48 and Eli Wenger 51. For Jefferson, Isaac Gallmeier led the team with a 36. Other Wildcat scores were Caden Carder 43, Brady DuVall 45, Casey Knippen 49, M.J. Finkhousen 56 and Kayden Slygh 66. Columbus Grove's Nick Wolverton fired a 36. Other Bulldog scores were Noah Macke 39, Trey Sautter 46, Isaac Ricker 57, Taylor Schroeder 50 and Bo Birnesser 50.

Elida 155, Bath 168

Elida's Carson Harmon was the medalist with a 35. Other Bulldog scores were Cameron Collins 36, Matt Adcock 41, Caleb Harmon 43, Carter Davisson 44 and Brice Engle 48. For Bath, Britton Hall posted the low team score of 38. Other Wildcat scores ere Braden Binkley 41, Braden Cable 44, Riley Goff 45, Ezra Bolon 45 and Daniel Bolon 46.

St. Henry 159, Fort Recovery 192.

St. Henry's Ben Romer was the medalist with a 27. Other team scores were Sam Koesters 40, LukeOntrop 41 and Ty Post 41. for Fort Recovery, Isaac LeFevre had a 42 to lead the team. Other scores were Zander Kunkler 48, Elia Lenartz 40 and Alex Dues 42.

Minster 166, Parkway 194

MINSTER — Minster's Louis Magoto was the medalist with a 38. Other team scores were Nathan Beair 41, Mitchell Bornhorst 43, Logan Kohn 44, Ray Purdy 45 and Jack Meyer 48. For Parkway Gabe Schaaf led the team with a 47. Other Panther scores were Hunter Bruns 48, Caden Slusher 48, Roman Leszinkse 51, Asthon Stephenson 62 and Aiden Morton 73.

Versailles 175, Coldwater 176

Keegan May and Keegan Bruggeman shared the medalist honors with identica 41s. Other Cavs scores were Nathan Overman 45, Ben Giere 45, Keaton Bruns 45, Austin Ebbing 40 and Hayden Beougher 56.

Girls Golf

Northwest Ohio Girls Golf League Invitational

ARLINGTON — Lima Central Catholic took first place with a score of 168. Van Buren was second with a 182, followed by Findlay 202, Bowling Green 222 and Maumee 248.

LCC's Bridget Mulcahy was the medalist with a 38. Other T-Bird scores were Emma Mayers 41, Carlie VanMeter 42, Olivia Garver 47 and Leiahnni Smith 47.

Shawnee 154. Defiance 159

DEFIANCE — Defiance's Jayden Jerger was the medalist with a33. Other Bulldog scores were Aidan Kiessling 40, Bradyn Shaw 42 and Kam Brown 44. For Shawnee, Justin Altenbach led the team with a 35. Other team scores were Colin Pasion 39, Matthew Azzarello 40 and Jack Shivley 40

Ft. Recovery 213, St. Henry 217

Fort Recovery's Jalyn Bruns was the medalist with a 41. Other team scores were Paige Bhin 53, Macy Brunswick 59, Shelby Atchison 60, Ella Westgerdes 72 and Eva Kahlig 75. For St. Henry Dana Rindler posted the low team score with a 48. Other team scores were Tori Staugler 53, Audrey Wendel 58, Brianna Post 58, Courtney Clune 61 and Courtney Rockwell 61.

Delphos Jefferson 235, Crestview 237

VAN WERT — Crestview's Elizabeth Gent was the medalist with a 50. Other team scores were Mattie Leppard 56, Ashley Motycka 60 and Cameron Sinn 71. For Jefferson Rachel Ryan led the team with a 53. Other team scores were Chloe Kroger 60, Ariel Wallace 60, Zada Grogg 62, Ava Munoz 67 and Caitlin Jettinghoff 67.

New Bremen 218, Parkway 233

CELINA — New Bremen's Megan Ritter was the medalist with a score of 51. Other Cardinal scores were Allison Hays 52, Abbie Burden 52, Alayna Ross 63, Emma Bambauer 66 and Skylar Lochtefeld 68. For Parkway Emily Clutter and Madison Louth both posted 55s. Other team scores were Sarah Sheppard 58, Shay Boroff 65, Addysin Leighner 71 and Allison Heitkamp 76.

Boys Soccer

Shawnee 5, Kalida 1

Shawnee's Noah Scheid, Commor Neidemire, Anthony Best and Austin Miller all scored goals. Getting assists were Matteo Fusillo, Alex McGuire, Same Tenwalde and Collen Scheid. Shawnee keeper Jack Tenwalde made one save.

Ottoville 8, Bath 1

OTTOVILLE — Ottoville's Grant Leis collected four goals and Preston Mansfield, Will Miller, Noah Sellers and Kellen Schlagbaum all had scores.

Bluffton 6, Spencerville 0

SPENCERVILLE — Bluffton got two goals from Nolan Hoffman and other scores from Jude Spallinger, Kaden Basil, Theo Andreas and Kaden Basil. Bluffton keeper Kyle Basil preserved the shutout with six saves.

Ottawa-Glandorf 6, Liberty Center 0

Ottawa-Glandorf's Austin Birkemeier recorded the hat trick and Jeremy Hermiller, Isaac Macke and Grant Siefer all had scores. Michael Evers was credited with two assists and Hermiller, Jackson Heringhaus and Dylan Birkemeier all had assists. Titan keeper Dylan Birkemeier and Dave Westrick shared the shutout with seven total saves.

Volleyball

Leipsic 3, Arcadia 0

Leipsic won 25-11, 25-8 and 25-0 to improve to 4-0

Leipsic's Peyton Heitmeyer had seven kills and Marsia Hermiller had seven kills and five aces. Alivia Jones had six kills and two aces and Serenity Siefer had 23 assists and three aces and Kasey Brough contributed five kills and two blocks.

Elida 3, Bluffton 1

BLUFFTON — Elida won 25-21, 19-25, 25-8 and 25-23. Elida's Addisyn Freeman had 11 kills and two blocks and Kyle Vorhees had 11 kills and two blocks

Upper Scioto Valley 3, Cory-Rawson 0

MT. CORY — Upper Scioto Valley won 25-10, 25-13 and 25-18. Patience Cole had four aces, five blocks, six kills and 10 digs and Brielle Cotterman had one ace, two assists, seven kills and nine digs. Sydney Christensen had 12 digs, six kills and one assist and Kennedy Hall had nine assists, four kills and seven digs. Nevaeah Lowery had 15 assists and five aces.

New Knoxville 3, Botkins 0

NEW KNOXVILLE — New Knoxvi9lle won 25-9, 25-16 and 25-7. New Knoxville's Carsyn Henschen had 15 kills and Haley Fledderjohann had 10 digs. Ellie Gabel had 30 assists.

Van Buren 3, Hardin Northern 0

DOLA — Van Buren won 25-12, 25-18 and 25-21. Hardin Northern's Ava Hopson had two aces and Katie Good added three blocks. Eris McCoy had five kills, Paytin Pore had four kills and Good added three. Kennedy Hall had 13 digs and Eris McCoy had seven digs.

Lincolnview 3, Continental 0

CONTINENTAL — Lincolnview won 25-14, 25-6 and 25-8. Lincolnview's Kendal Bollenbacher had 13 kills, 11 digs and one ace and Emma Bowersock had four aces. Breck Evans had 16 assists and McKayla Blankemeyer had seven kills.

Delphos Jefferson 3, Waynesfield-Goshen 1

DELPHOS — Delphos Jefferson won 25-9, 23-25, 25-15, 27-25. Delphos Jefferson's Jose McGue had eight kills and Gwen Teman, Jessa Rostorfor and Elyse North all had three aces. Rostorfor had nine digs and Payton Shade had six. Teman added 13 assists.

St. Marys 3, Pandora-Gilboa 1

ST. MARYS — St. Marys won 25-9, 28-30, 25-16 and 25-20. St. Marys' Brynn Clark had 19 kills and Halle Huston had 18 kills and thee aces. Syerra Greber had 11 kills and Darcie Liming had eight kills. Lily Rammel had 54 assists.

Girls tennis

Ottawa-Glandorf 4, Van Wert 1

OTTAWA — Ottawa-Glandorf got singles wins from Sami Ellerbrock and Alyse Balbaugh doubles wins from the team of Morgan Welch and Lauryn Bockrath and the pair of Kristi Schnerg and Kayla Brickner.

Shawnee 5, St. Marys 0

Shawnee got singles wins from Alora Patel, Ava Patel and Rose Kattepalli and doubles wins from Delaney Dawson and Cara DeBrosse and Taylor Stumbaugh and Jenova DeBrosse.

Wapakoneta 5, Kenton 0

KENTON — Wapakoneta got singles wins from Makenzie Schroeder, Abby Metzger and Mara Stiles and doubles wins from the team of Bailey Barrett and Elisabeth Good and the pair of Addisyn Cooper and Brooke Minning.

Elida 5, Defiance 0

Elida got singles wins from Ava Long, Kenzie Sevill and Taylor Guth and doubles wins from the pair of Eden Troyer and Taylor Crates and the team of AlaynaMack and Valory Ta.

Fostoria 4, Bluffton 1

BLUFFTON — The Bluffton doubles team of Ellai Bruse and Anna Branch picked up a win.

College

ONU women ranked 18th

ADA — The Ohio Northern women's soccer team is ranked No. 18 in the in the latest United Soccer Coaches preseason poll.

Messiah (Pa.) claimed the top spot in the United Soccer Coaches Poll, while William Smith (N.Y.) and Washington (Mo.) rounded out the top three.

Northern will open its 2021 season on Wednesday with a 7 p.m. home contest against Wittenberg at Kerscher Stadium under 18th-year head coach Mark Batman.

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