Monday, September 26, Scoring Summaries
GIRLS VARSITY TENNIS
Archbold 5, Wauseon 0
The Bluestreaks travelled 12 miles east to take on and shut out the Indians. In First Singles Caroline Kinsman was a 6-2, 6-1 winner over Paige Moden. Darby Stevens continued the wins for Archbold with a 6-0, 6-1 win in Second Singles over Sarah Becker. Isabel Krieger was a Third Singles winner over Maddy Wendt. The “streak” continued in the doubles matches as Morgan Perry and Amanda Payne defeated Samantha Martin and Liv Ladd in First Doubles 6-2, 6-1. Melayna Stuckey and Leah Miller completed the shutout in Second Doubles with a 6-3, 6-2 win over Kaitlyn Sager and Sierra Rupp.
Edon fell in a non-conference match to Hamilton (In) with scores of 18-25, 17-25 and 19-25. Hannah Kaylor led the Lady Bombers with seven kills at the net. Shaylee Manahan added four kills and three digs. With the loss, the Bombers are 7-6 overall and remained 5-2 in the BBC.
Wauseon defeated Stryker in 3 games 25-12, 25-15, 25-9 to move to 10-6 on the season with a non-league win over the 1-14 Panthers. The Indians were led during the match by: Lexi Sauber: 18/21 hitting with 10 kills with 7 blocks; Reagan Spadafore: 4/5 serve receive; 11/11 hitting with 6 kills with 2 blocks; Maddie Trejo: 22/23 serving with 2 aces; 7 digs; 49/50 setting with 15 assists.
Delta lost to Paulding in three close games with scores of 18-25, 23-25, 24-26. The Panthers were led by: Kinsey Finnen 4 aces, 13 kills, 1 assist, 7 digs; Mary Miller 3 aces, 6 kills, 2 blocks, 9 digs; Abby Freeman 14 assists, 5 digs; Destiny Hildreth 3 ace, 11 assist, 3 digs.
Antwerp was a 27-25, 25-21 and 25-19 winner over the Hilltop Cadets. Johnnie Roth led the Cadets at the net with five kills on 9/10 hitting. Roth was also 9/10 serving and scored four points. Kendall Roth, Aubrey Wyse and Ariana Brown all finished with three kills. Brown added 14/15 serving with two aces for seven points.
Fayette got a non-conference win over Liberty Center with scores of 16-25, 18-25, 25-22, 25-23 and 16-14.
JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL
North Central’s 7th graders defeated Wauseon in three sets 25-10, 22-25, 25-9. They are now 11-1 on the season. In the eighth grade match, Wauseon was a 25-18, 25-18 winner. The Eagles record went to 5-7 with the defeat.
BOYS VARSITY GOLF
North Central 177, Wauseon 188
The Eagles improved to 38-19 with the non-conference win competed at Ironwood golf course in Wauseon. David Pinc of North Central earned medalist honors with a score of 41. Others for North Central were Chace Boothman 42, Brock Zuver 44, Jack Bailey 50, Landon Patten 52, and Evan Livengood 59. Wauseon scores were CJ Moser 42, Eric Parker 45, Trent Armstrong 49, Caleb Leu 52, and Logan Blackman 62. The Indians were led by CJ Moser’s 42. Others for Wauseon included: Eric Parker 45, Trent Armstrong 49, Caleb Leu 52, Logan Blackman 62.
GIRLS VARSITY SOCCER
Wauseon 4, Fremont Ross 3
The Indians improved to 6-4-1 with their non-league win over the Little Giants. Avery Giguere put the Indians on the board at the 19:33 mark of the first half with a goal from the right corner. Two more corner scores by Jadelyn Vasvery gave Wauseon three goals to finish the first half. The winning goal came with 23:54 remaining in the game with a goal from the left corner by Kendra Gorczyca.
Bryan 1, Napoleon 1
The Golden Bears moved to 3-3-3 on the season after the tie with the Wildcats. Bryan’s goal came when junior Gracie Voigt found the net with an assisted by senior Morgan Tinkel.
JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER
Bryan 2, Napoleon 0
The Golden Bears got the shutout win with two goals scored by Madison Shepherd and Meggie Voigt.
JUNIOR HIGH SOCCER
The Pettisville Blackbirds are 4-3 on the season with their two most recent contests. The
Blackbirds traveled to Lake for a rematch. Isaac Cisneros got the first goal of the game for Pettisville, but Lake ultimately answered back with three goals for for the 3-1 win. Pettisville then hosted Trinity Lutheran and came away with a 9-1 win. Isaac Cisneros, Blake Eyer, and Bryce Beltz each scored two goals. Levi Myers, Micah Yoder, and Jay-R Allison each added a goal. Eyer and Yoder each provided two assists, as well as one from Ben Morris.