Scoring Summary – Saturday, October 1, 2016



Archbold 8, Miller City 1

Emie Peterson finished the game with four goals and team mates Kamryn Hostetler and Marissa Fryman added three and one goal respectively to run away with the non-league win. Dakota Stamm led with two assists while Giulia Lee, Andi Peterson, Chloe Nofziger and Lily Krieger added one assist apiece.

Bryan 3, Bowling Green 0

Bryan (4-3-3, 2-1 NWOAL) was a shutout win during the non-league match. Scoring for Bryan were juniors Allye Minor and Gracie Voigt and sophomore Baylee Krupp. Senior Emily Gorzelanczyk had two assists while Minor accounted for the third.


Archbold 9, Lima Central Catholic 0

The Bluestreaks got a hat trick performance from Luke McQuade as they blanked LCC in a non-league contest. McQuade’s first netter came at the 25:11 mark of the first half. He followed that up with a pair of second-half goals at the 35:19 at the 18:45. Other scorers for Archbold included: Andrew Hogrefe with two, and Josh Kidder, Jereme Rupp, Austin Welch and Clay Gerig with one.

Pettisville 3, Napoleon 3

The tie in this non-conference battle saw the Blackbirds take eight shots on goal to six for the Wildcats. The Pettisville goals were scored by Canidate Vickery, who scores two, and Justin Rupp.


Five area teams took part in the Edgerton Invitational at Charles Miller Park with the Pettisville Blackbirds leading the charge winning with 35 points. Nichole Foor was the meet champion with a time of 19:41 for Pettisville. Montpelier ran 6th with 167 points, Hilltop was 7th with 193, North Central was 8th with 198 and the host, Edgerton Lady Bulldogs were 11th with 240. Pettisville had two other runners in the top ten including Alexa Leppelmeier running fourth in 20:07 and Elizabeth Sauder was 5th in 20:13. Other Blackbird finishers included: Kate Stuber (12th, 21:31), Kelly Miller (13th, 21:33), Sarah Foor (34th, 23:20), Sarah Herring (52nd, 24:52), Krystine Davis (62nd, 25:25), Katie Hauter (97th, 31:08). Montpelier ran in the sixth position with 167 points. Locomotive finishers included: Jacqueline Carlson (11th, 21:23), Kimme Engels (22nd, 22:36), Lydia Grime (32nd, 23:16), Brinn Miller (35th, 23:21), MaryJoe McBride (103rd, 33:36).

Delta competed at Pearson Park in the Clay Invitational. The Panthers were led by: Grace Sonick with a time of 23:50. Hayley Callahan finished right behind Sonick with a 23:51.


Montpelier and Pettisville competed in the Edgerton Invitational. The Locomotives finished fifth with 143 points and were led by Jared Rediger who finished 8th in 18:05. Other Montpelier runners included: Michael Blake (14th, 18:19), Alec Waterston (29th, 18:49), Kolden Uribes (47th, 19:26), William Belknap (53rd, 19:46), Austin Miller (56th, 19:54), Brandon Eitniear (69th, 20:16), Tre Hutchinson (98th, 21:01), Bradey Clair (103rd, 21:11), Daniel Banks (113th, 21:38), Nate Hutchinson (126th, 23:01). The Blackbirds were led by: Logan Rufenacht (12th, 18:15), Ben Gray (25th, 18:38), Caleb Nolander (48th, 19:26), Evan Warner (83rd, 20:40).

Delta competed in the Clay Invitational at Pearson Park in Oregon. The Panthers were led by Maverick Wright who finished 2nd in the Division 2/Division 3 race with a time of 17:10. The boys did a great job of running as a pack and finished seventh overall as a team.


Fayette, Montpelier and Pettisville ran third, fourth and sixth respectively at the Edgerton Invitational. Karsyn Hostetler led Pettisville covering the two-mile course in 13:56 to place third. Other Blackbird finishers included: Ellie Wixon (34th, 16:30), Madeline Shumaker (44th, 18:53), Anna Hudspeath (51st, 19:47), Mayzie Clark (54th, 22:42). Montpelier runners finishing included: Tristen Bexten (17th, 15:01), Emily Fritsch (25th, 15:40), Lyndsi Engels (26th, 15:41), Rachel McIntosh (29th, 16:09), MiKayla Hornung (30th, 16:12), Allison Sommer (45th, 18:45) and Kayleigh Horton (49th, 19:39).


Pettisville’s Max Leppelmeier won the Edgerton Invitation with a time of 11:31. Other Blackbird finishers included: Josh Basselman (82nd, 17:11), Dominic Heising (87th, 19:17). Montpelier ran to a sixth place finish in the 12-team field with 170 points. Fayette (1st, 57 points), Edon (8th, 201 points), North Central 11th (233 points) and Edgerton (12th, 305 points) competed as well. Pacing the Locomotives were: Thomas Jay (15th, 12:55), Dylan Eitniear (18th, 13:09), Jordan Fry (51st, 14:40), Andre Aguierre ( 52nd, 14:50), JT Fackler (54th, 14:55), Brandon Beattie (86th, 18:37). (The other area teams did not submit individual results).


The Pettisville Blackbirds ended their three matches at the Archbold Spiketacular with a 2-1 record good for third place.  Pettisville won their first match over Paulding with scores of 25-15, 25-15. Individually the Blackbirds were led by: Kyra Behnfeldt- 5/5 Serving, 11 Digs;  Teagan  Kauffman- 10/10 serving with 3 Aces,  15/18 Hitting w/6 Kills; Morgan Leppelmeier- 5/6 Serving 7/9 Hitting w/3 Kills, 7 Digs; Jess Youse- 4/5 Serving, 8/11 Hitting w/6 Kills; Carly Bontrager- 16/16 Serving w/4 Aces, 38/39 Setting w/15 Assists. In game two, the Blackbirds were defeated by Toledo Christian 25-15, 12-25, 21-25. Teagan Kauffman, Morgan Leppelmeier and Jess Youse led at the net with seven, eight and eight kills respectively. In their finale, Pettisville came back for a 25-16, 25-23 victory over Kidron Central Christian. Youse led the Blackbirds with 8/8 Serving w/3 Aces 12/14 Hitting w/9 Kills and Carly Bontrager- 8/9 Serving w/3 Aces, 58/58 Setting w/25 Assists.

The Montpelier Lady Locomotives were defeated by Cardinal Stritch 10-25, 25-22, 19-25, 16-25 falling to 4- 13. Caitlyn Nixon led the Locos with 9 kills and 3 blocks, Landri McKelvey added 5 kills and 18 assists, Morgan Eriksen, Rebekah Carr, and Misheala Robertson all added 7 kills.


Pettisville finished in 4th Place at the Archbold Spiketacular. The Blackbirds three games included a 25-22, 27-25 win over Hilltop followed by a 9-25, 18-25 setback to Tinora and a loss to host Archbold 19-25 and 16-25.

Hilltop was defeated by Tinora with scores of 12-25 and 8-25. Ariana Brown led the Lady Cadets finishing 3/4 with one service ace and 10/12 attacking with five kills.


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