Monday, September 12 Scoring Summaries
Pettisville survived a five-set match with Ayersville and got the “W” with a 25-14, 25-20, 20-25, 21-25, 15-11 win. The Blackbirds moved to 7-1 overall and 5-0 in the BBC. Kyra Behnfelt was 7/10 serving; Teagan Kauffman was 39/50 hitting with 13 kills, 10-12 serving with two aces; Jesse Youse was 20/27 hitting with 11 kills, 19/19 serving with two aces; Morgan Leppelmeier was 22/28 hitting with seven kills, 32/32 serving with nine aces; Carly Bontrager was 29/29 serving with five aces and 125/130 setting with 30 assists.
JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL
Pettisville defeated Ayersville in 2 games 25-23 and 25-11. Danielle King finished with 9/9 hitting with three kills and two blocks. Lindsey Crossgrove was 7/7 serve received, 14/14 serving with two aces and Ryeana Klopfenstein was 10/10 serve received, eight digs, 12/12 serving with two aces. The young Blackbirds are 5-3 overall and 3-2 in the BBC.
JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL
Pettisville 7th graders got their first win of the season with a 26-24, 22-25, 25-17 win over Delta. The 8th grade team were defeated by the Panthers with scores of 25-8, 25-9.
GIRLS VARSITY SOCCER
Wauseon 1, Napoleon 0
The Indians got the shutout win in the non-league contest. The only goal of the game was scored by Wauseon’s Jadelyn Vasvery 38:05 mark of the first half. Hannah Spadafore was credited with eight saves from her keeper position.
Toledo Bowsher 1, Delta 0
NO GAME REPORT RECEIVED.
JUNIOR HIGH SOCCER
Pettisville 15, Monclova Christian 0
The Blackbirds moved to 2-0 on the season with their convincing win. The scoring was lead by Isaac Cisneros with five goals, followed by Bryce Beltz with four. Four other Blackbirds scored including: Blake Eyer and Elise Hartzler with two each, and Levi Myers and Jay-R Allison each netting one. Bryce Beltz, Blake Eyer, and Ben Morris also each assisted in one goal. The defense recorded a second straight shutout.
Bryan 165, Wauseon 180, Evergreen 191
Bryan was victorious in a NWOAL tri-match over Wauseon and Evergreen. The Golden Bears had three golfers, Connor Shirkey, Owen Beaver and Peyton Lamberson each carding scores of 41. Conner Lemons followed right behind with a 42 and Case Hartman scored a round of 43. Andrew Heller was the final Bryan golfer with a round of 47. The Indians had the matches medalist in CJ Moser with a 40. Other Indians golfers included: Trent Armstrong (45), Eric Parker (46), Caleb Leu (49), Logan Blackman (62). The Vikings’ low score was turned in by Travis Mersing with a round of 43. Following Mersing were: Kaleb Lumbrezer (46), Kayla Miller (49), Nick Ludik and Zach Lumbrezer with 53 and Evan Conrad with a 55.
Delta 183, Liberty Center 192, Patrick Henry 193
The Panthers grabbed two win in NWOAL play with the tri-match victory. Jay Vann was the match medalist with a round of 38. Drew Mattin and Chase Sandusky shot in the 40s with rounds of 45 and 48 respectively. Chris Brick turned in a round of 52 while Cole Mattin finished with a 54 and Brady Wymer shot a 58.
Antwerp 199, Pettisville 221
The Blackbirds fell in non-conference play. Graeme Jacoby was the low scorer for the Blackbirds with a round of 50. Other scores included: Drew Canada (56), Josh Graber (56), Austin Horning (59), Dalton Meyers (64), Isaac Norr (66).
Archbold 5, Woodward 0
The Blue Streaks improved their season’s record to 5-5 with the shutout win. In first singles Caroline Kinsman won with scores of 5-7, 6-2 and 10-6 (tie breaker); Second singles saw Darby Stevens win in two sets with scores of 6-1, 6-0. Isabel Krieger was the Third Singles winner with scores of 6-3, 6-3. In double action, Morgan Perry and Amanda Payne won 6-0, 6-2 in First Doubles and the Second Doubles team of Itsy Gaona and Belle Clark were 6-0, 6-1 winners.
Oak Harbor 5, Wauseon 0
The Indians suffered through a shutout defeat to the Rockets. Paige Moden lost in First Singles 6-6, 2-6; Sarah Becker fell 0-6, 0-6 in Second Singles and Maddy Wendt was defeated 0-6, 0-6 in Third Singles. The Indians were also defeated in both doubles matches and the First Double team of Smantha Martin and Liv Ladd fell 0-6, 0-6 and the Second Double team of Kaitlyn Sager and Sierra Rupp were defeated 1-6, 3-6.