Scoring Summary – Saturday, September 10, 2016

Saturday, September 10  Scoring Summaries


Bryan 6, Rossford 0

The Golden Bears traveled to Rossford and got the non-league victory.  Scoring goals for Bryan were Daniel Borland, Tyler Manon (2), Henry DeLeon, Phenick Thongpasouk, and Brendan Reiser. Recording assists for Bryan were Atland Sayarath, Isaac Bowers, and Daniel Borland (2).  Bleus Creek recorded 4 saves as the goal keeper.

Defiance 5, Delta 3

Delta hosted Defiance In this non-league match up. Both teams came out strong, playing hard through the wind and rain. Defiance’s Alan Rocha Ramirez scored the first goal four minutes in. He scored another goal three minutes later. Defiance finished their scoring streak with a goal from Corey Steyer nine minutes into the half. Delta responded with a goal of their own when Anthony Russell put one in at the far post. But Defiance came back with another goal, scored by Bryce Mendenhall. Defiance scored the first goal of the second half at the 19-minute mark. It was Mendenhall’s second goal of the game. Delta answered with goal two minutes later. This one scored by Tyler McCullough. Ethan Myers scored Delta’a second goal at with eight minutes remaining in the game.

Archbold 1, Riverdale 0

The Blue Streaks remained unbeaten moving to 5-0-1 with their non-league victory. The only goal of the game was scored with 24:40 remaining in the first half. Denver Beck found the net after an assist by Josh Kidder.


Springfield 4, Bryan 1

The Golden Bears were limited to one goal in their non-league loss. Junior Gracie Voigt had Bryan’s lone goal off an assist from classmate Allye Minor.

Van Buren 3, Wauseon 1

The Indians were held scoreless until the in the first half.  Wauseon’s lone goal was scored by Jadelyn Vasvery on and assist from Torri Bost at the 21:35 mark of the second half. Hannah Spadafore was credited with 13 saves during the match while the Indians ended with five shots on goal.

Toledo Whitmer 6, Delta 0



Delta defeats Genoa in three sets

The Panthers were victorious in a non-league match. Leading the way for Delta was Kinsey Finnen with four service aces, 15 kills, one block and 13 digs. Mary Miller who finished with 10 kills and five blocks along with two digs. Darian Elendt added four kills to go with one block, one assist and two digs.

Bryan downs Hilltop in three sets

The Golden Bears were 25-23, 25-19, 25-21 winners over the Cadets. Ariana Brown led Hilltop with 12.14 serving with six aces. She also finished with 23/24 hitting with nine kills. Aubrey Wyse was 7/8 serving with one ace and 24/28 hitting with six kills.

North Central gets a non-conference win over Liberty Center

North Central were easy winners over the Tigers with scores of 25-19, 25-18.  NO GAME REPORT RECEIVED.  Hicksville downs the Eagles  in two sets with scores of 25-23, 25-23. NO GAME REPORT RECEIVED.

Edon participates  in the Fremont (In.) Invitational

Edon got off on the right foot with a win in their first match against Fremont with scores of  25-12, 24-26, 15-11. In the second match they were downed by Hamilton (In.) with scores of 27-29, 30-28, 5-15. The Bomber came back to win their final match over Canterbury 21-25, 25-13, 15-10.


Bryan won in two sets with scores of 25-15 and 25-18.


The Pettisville 8th graders participated in the Archbold Tournament. They competed against Archbold (14-25, 8-25), Toledo Christian (3-25, 8-25) and North Central (15-25, 15-25). North Central also participated in the Archbold Tournament in seventh grade action the Eagles fell to Fasset Gold 13-25, 17-25. In their second match North Central defeated Defiance 25-11 and 25-14. North Central won its final match of the day over Toledo Christian 25-7 and 25-14. The North Central 8th graders fell to Fasset Green 8-25 and 5-25. In their second match they fell to Wauseon 25-19, 21-25, 16-25. The Eagles rebounded with a win in their third match with scores of 25-15, 25-15 over Pettisville.


The Montpelier teams competed in the Archbold Invitational. The overall boys winner was Logan Hudson from Blissfield with a time of 18:24 and the overall girls winner was Casey Reed from Blissfield with a time of 20:38.  The results for the Montpelier teams are as follows: Jared Rediger (4th, 18:48), Alec Waterson (16th, 19:10), Michael Blake (18th, 19:39), William Belknap (31st, 20:30), Kolden Uribes (37th, 20:48), Brandon Eitniear (41st, 20:58), Daniel Banks (83rd, 22:28), Brady Clair (84th, 22:28), Nate Hutchinson (107th, 23:58).  Finishing for the Locomotives in the girls race were: Jacqueline Carlson (9th, 22:33), Kimme Engels (19th, 23:53), Brinn Miller (22nd, 24:06), Lydia Grime (23rd, 24:10), MaryJoe McBride (83rd, 35:39).

The Pettiville Blackbirds participated in the Tiffin Carnival in the girl’s race there were 53 teams with 373 runners competing. In the boys race there were 37 teams competing with 240 total runners. Both the girls and boys teams finished seventh. The girls Finishing for the Blackbirds in the Division III race included: Alexa Leppelmeier (13th, 19:56), Nichole Foor (24th, 20:22), Kate Stuber (79th, 21:54), Morgan Leppelmeier (85th, 22:03), Kelly Miller (147th, 23:06), Sarah Foor (217th, 24:20), Sarah Herring (261st, 25:22). In the Girls Division II-III open race consisting of 393 total runners, the Pettisville finishers included: Krystine Davis (140th, 26:11) and Katie Hauter (330th, 31:15).  In the Boys Division III-B race there were 37 teams with 240 runners. The Blackbirds finishing included: Logan Rufenacht (21st, 18:47), Ben Gray (36th, 19:07), Zach Morrison (56th, 19:41), Caleb Nolander (68th, 19:57), Theary Eash (89th, 20:21), Evan Warner (101, 20:33), Jacob Myers (149th, 21:36).


Montpelier’s teams ran at the Archbold Invitational. The boys were able to finish 7th out of 11 teams scored and the girls finished 4th out of 8 teams scored.  Individual results for Montpelier were turned in by:  Thomas Jay (15th, 12:49), Dylan Eitniear (31st, 13:25), Jordan Fry (41st, 13:45), Scott Hillard (46th, 13:49), JT Fackler (70th, 14:56), Andre Aguirre (83rd, 15:25), Brandon Beattie (130th, 17:52).  The girls were led by:   Emily Fritsch (27th, 15:28), Lyndsi Engels (30th, 15:34), Rachel Mcintosh (43rd, 16:27), MiKayla Hornung (44th, 16:30), Allison Sommer (80th, 19:45).


Archbold competed in the Defiance doubles tournament. In First Doubles the team of Darby Stevens and Caroline Kinsman were defeated in their first match 1-6, 0-6 by Bryans team of Trista Savage and Chloe McCashen. They rebounded in their second match and were 6-3, 6-0 winner over Wauseon’s team of Paige Moden and Maddie Wendt. With the win, Stevens and Kinsman finished second in the tournament. In Second Doubles, Amanda Payne and Morgan Perry defeated Wauseon’s Liv Ladd and Samantha Martin 6-0, 6-1 to advance to the final. In the final, the Streaks team were defeated by Bryan’s AJ Breneman and Kim Roberts with scores of 6-1, 6-1. Payne and Perry ended In second place for the tournament. In Third Doubles, Isabel Krieger and Belle Clark lost their first match to Defiance with scores of 3-6. 4-6. They stormed back in their second match to shut out Wauseon’s double team of Maddie Rice and Bekah Rees 6-0, 6-0 good for a third place tournament finish. In the Fourth Doubles pairings, Itzy Gaona and Leah Miller were defeated in their first match by Morgan Bauer and Kate Grothaus of Bryan with scores of 1-6, 1-6. They came back to defeat Wauseon’s team of Sophia Stockman and Kate McKean 6-2, 6-1 to take third in the tournament.


Area teams compete in the Panther Invitational

Area teams from Stryker, Archbold, Edon, Fayette, Hilltop, Montpelier, North Central, Pettisville and Wauseon took part in the Stryker Panther Invitational played at Riverside Greens along with Tinora and Holgate.  The Panthers tied the Blue Streaks for the tournament championship with scores of 305.  Hayden Clingaman of Stryker was the tournament medalist with a round of 67.  Other Panther golfers included: Austin Frisbie (73), Abe Montague (79), Aaron Sidle (86) and Colin Anders (87). Archbold had consistent scores from top to bottom of their lineup. The low score was turned in by Trevor Rupp with a round of 74. Following Rupp were: Ian Radabaugh (77), Mitch Grosjean (77), Kade Kern (77) and Brandon Miller (78). Fayette turned in a third place finish. Leading the Eagles were: Noah Brinegar (79), Tharyn Colegrove (87), Travis Wagner (91), Tanner Lemley (96), Jaryd White (98). North Central followed Fayette in the standings as they were led by Chace Boothman’s 79. Also competing for the Eagles were: David Pinc (81), Landon Patten (93), Jack Bailey (104), Allyson Hutchison (105). Wauseon took a sixth place team finish. The Indians competed with four golfers including: CJ Moser (81), Eric Parker (84), Trent Armstrong (96), Caleb Leu (102). Hilltop was in the seventh spot with Skyler Butterfield leading the way shooting a round of 83. Joining Butterfield were team mates Jay Garrett (89), Steven Riley (98), Andrew Denton (101) and Zakk Horton (102). Edon’s low man was Evan Fisk with an 85. Joining Fisk were: Tatum Schaffter (96), Brayden Bauer (100), Nathan Myers (108) and Colin Myers (119).  Montpelier competed as they were led by Aaron Stoy with a 93. Joining Stoy were: Brock O’Neal (97), Garrett Witte and Tyler Rupp (105) and Roman Sommer (111). The Pettisville contingent was led by Austin Horning round of 99. Drew Canada (106), Josh Graber (114), Graeme Jacoby (123) and Dalton Meyer (124) rounded out the Blackbirds scoring.


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