Scoring Summary – Friday, September 23, 2016

Friday, September 23, Scoring Summary

VARSITY VOLLEYBALL

Montpelier was victorious over Stryker 29-27, 25-23, 25-19 in a BBC battle. The Locomotives improved to 4-9 overall and 3-4 in the conference. Leading the Locos were Landri McKelvey with 9 kills and 11 assists, Rebekah Carr with 9 kills and 2 blocks, Caitlyn Nixon with 4 kills and 5 blocks, and Jaelyn Lyons with 3 kills and 4 blocks.

JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL

Montpelier won 10-25, 25-23, 25-18 over Stryker as they improved to 5-8 overall and 3-4 in the BBC.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL

Fayette defeated Pettisville in an eighth grade BBC contest with scores of 25-12, 25-9.

Montpelier’s 7th grade team lost to Stryker in two sets.  Their record is now 2-6. The 8th grade

Remained unbeaten in eight games with a two-set win over the Panthers.

VARSITY GOLF

NORTHWEST OHIO ATHLETIC LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP

Auglaize Golf Course – September 23, 2016 

Buckeye Border Conference 

Ironwood Golf Course – September 22, 2016 

  1. Archbold 308 (Ian Radabaugh 76, Brandon Miller 80, Trevor Rupp 79, Kade Kern 73, Mitch Grosjean 88, Kreighton Sims 87); 2. Bryan 338; 3. Delta 365; 4. Wauseon 366; 5. Patrick Henry 373; 6. Swanton 378; 7. Liberty Center 378; 8. Evergreen 387.

  1. Kade Kern(Archbold) 73; 2. C.J. Moser(Wauseon) 74; 3. Ian Radabaugh(Archbold) 76; 4. Case Hartman(Bryan) 79, Trevor Rupp(Archbold) 79; 6. Brandon Miller(Archbold) 80, Jay Vann (Delta) 80; 8. Austin Luce(Swanton) 81; 9. Connor Shirkey(Bryan) 83; 10. Kreighton Sims(Archbold) 87, Peyton Lamberson(Bryan) 87; 12. Mitch Grosjean(Archbold) 88; 13. Kenton Shoemaker(Patrick Henry) 89, Travis Mersing(Evergreen) 89, Owen Beaver(Bryan) 89; 16. Drew Mattin (Delta) 90, Carter Swank(Swanton) 90, Sam Raby(Liberty Center) 90; 19. Andrew Heller(Bryan) 91; 20. Jordan Moore(Patrick Henry) 92; 21. Trent Armstrong(Wauseon) 93; 22. Zachary Lumbrezer(Evergreen) 95, Kameren Kern(Liberty Center) 95; 24. Olivia Zacharias(Liberty Center) 96, Caleb Leu(Wauseon) 96, Kaiden McGraw(Patrick Henry) 96, James Gerken(Patrick Henry) 96, Chase Sandusky(Delta) 96; 29. Finn Haughn(Liberty Center) 97; 30. Chris Brick(Delta) 99; 31. Cole Mattin(Delta) 100; 32. Conner Lemons(Bryan) 101, Evan Conrad(Evergreen) 101, Brady Wymer(Delta) 101, Randy Slink(Swanton) 101; 36. Kaleb Lumbrezer(Evergreen) 102; 37. Eric Parker(Wauseon) 103; 38. Noah Kreuz(Evergreen) 104; 39. Nick Hudik(Evergreen) 105; 40. Brady Lemons(Swanton) 106; 41. Raymond Schad(Swanton) 110; 42. Clay Schwiebert(Patrick Henry) 112, Zach Clemens(Patrick Henry) 112; 44. Andrew LaPoint(Swanton) 130; 45. Logan Blackman(Wauseon) 133; 46. Manny Keller(Liberty Center) 134; 47. Cole Zeiter(Liberty Center) 152.

GIRLS VARSITY SOCCER

Springfield 8, Delta 0

(No game stats received)

VARSITY FOOTBALL

Edon 30, Hilltop 14

The Bombers took a 8-0 lead into the locker room at the half after a 18-yard pass from Austin Kiess to Preston Klingler at the 8:09 mark of the second quarter. Kiess found Payton Pease for the two-point conversion. Edon expanded its score to 16-0 on a three-yard run by Carson Brandt with 8:25 remaining in the third quarter. Brandt connected with Klingler for the extra two points. The Cadets got on the board for the first time on a 27-yard sprint by Christian McKinney with 2:50 left in the third quarter. Quinn Smith passed to Taylor Trent for the extra points to close the gap to 16-8.  Pease ran for a 65-yard touchdown as he answered the Cadet’s score. Not to be outdone, Hilltop’s Jacob Champion came back with a 26-yard run with :15 seconds remaining in the third quarter to cut Edon’s lead to 22-14. Brandt answered with the final score of the night with an eight-yard run to seal the BBC win for Edon. Pease led all rusher with 220 yards on 28 carries. Hilltop’s Quinn Smith led in the passing category completing 12 of 28 attempts for 119 yards.

Wauseon 7, Archbold 0

It took just one Brendan Wilson to Sean Brock 30-yard strike with 4:47 left in the game to give the Indians the NWOAL victory. The game was as hard fought as the statistics indicate. Each team ran 50 offensive plays with Wauseon getting the edge gaining 263 yards to 200 for Archbold. The Bluestreaks’ Gabe Petersen hit on 16 passes for 187 yards while his counterpart Brendan Wilson was good on 10 passes for 160 yards. Wauseon’s Everett Bueter was the leading ground gainer with 61 yards on eight carries.

Montpelier 44, Toledo Christian 7

The Locomotives gave up just one score in the second quarter as they steamrolled Toledo Christian in a non-conference game. Before the first half was over, Montpelier had accumulated 31 points.  The addition of 13 in the third quarter was icing on the cake for the Locomotives. Austin Grubbe got the scoring started with a 70-yard run less than three minutes into the game. Michael Blake scored the next six points with an interception return with 7:20 remaining giving the Locomotives a 12-0 first quarter lead. Bryce Cooley got the second quarter’s first score with a 52 yard run. Evan Friend added the point after touchdown as Montpelier enjoyed a 19-0 advantage.  With 9:43 remaining in the half, Grubb added his second score with a four yard run. The final Montpelier score of the first 24 minutes came with 7:34 left on a pass from Zac Mason to Colin Rockey covering 17 yards. Toledo Christian scored their only touchdown of the game with :33 second left in the half with a 19-yard pass. The second half began with a 74 yard kickoff return by Blake to put the Locomotives up 37-7. The final score of the night came with a 49 yard run by Kolden Uribes. Friend’s kick was good and Montpelier walked away with the easy win. Grubb again led Montpelier with 152 yards on 11 carries and two touchdowns.

Hicksville 27, Edgerton 24

The Bulldogs dug themselves a huge 19-0 hole in the first quarter. They outscored the Aces 24-8 thereafter, but it was not enough. Edgerton got their first points in the second quarter with a 38 yard pass from Clayton Flegel to Devin Herman. Derek Blue added the two-point conversion to close the gap to 19-8. The Bulldogs scored twice in the third quarter to take a 24-19 lead. The first of the two scores came on a 10 yard run by Herman as Blue again added the two-point conversion. The lead came in the fourth quarter when Blue ran for five yards and Flegel added the conversion.  Hicksville managed to come back to score the winning touchdown on a Jacob Greer to Payton Tunis pass covering 40 yards. Greer added the two-point conversion to send the Aces home victorious. Blue led the Bulldogs with 78 yards on 24 carries.

 

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