Thursday, October 20 Scoring Summaries
The Edon Bombers’ tournament action and season came to an end with a three-set loss to Ayersville with scores of 25-12, 25-12 and 25-16. The Bombers end with an overall record of 12-12 and 9-3 in the BBC.
The Pettisville Blackbirds improved to 20-3 on the season with their sectional title win over Fairview with scores of 27-25, 25-22, and 25-20. The Blackbirds’ impressive stats included: Kyra Behnfeldt- 11/12 Serving w/3 Aces, 15 Digs; Teagan Kauffman- 15/16 serving w/ 5 Aces, 21/27 Hitting w/ 10 Kills, 11 Digs; Morgan Leppelmeier- 7/9 Serving, 18/24 Hitting w/11 Kills, 8 Digs; Jess Youse- 8/8 Serving w// 1 Ace, 18/22 Hitting w/8 Kills, 3 Solo Blocks; Carly Bontrager- 13/14 Serving w/4 Aces, 101/104 Setting w/31 Assists.
Hilltop fell short in their sectional final game with a 15-25, 14-25 and 16-25 defeat at to Hicksville. Ariana Brown was the Cadets top performer at the net with 15/17 attacks and eight kills. Aubrey Wyse was 10/12 serving with two aces and Felicity Jackson finished 56/59 setting with 11 assists. The Cadets finished their season 8-16 and 6-6 in the BBC.
Antwerp ended North Central’s tournament with a 23-25, 18-25 and 15-25 sectional win. The Eagles finish their season 11-12 and 6-6 in the BBC.
St Mary’s ended Bryan’s tournament run in the sectional final with scores of 25-21, 25-12 and 25-17. The Golden Bears, who ended their season with an overall record of 14-10 and 4-3 in the NWOAL, were led by Sophie Smith with five kills, Kaitlyn Antigo 13/13 serving and Kenna Shaffer with 12 assists.
BOYS VARSITY SOCCER
Archbold 8, Delta 1
The Bluestreaks scored three quick goals to start the game to earn a sectional championship in their tournament game versus NWOAL opponent Delta. Kaiden Bedsole put the Streaks on the board just a second short of two minutes into the contest with an assist fro Josh Kidder. Kidder then was the scorer for the second Archbold goal with 35:21 remaining. The third goal came just over four minutes later as Luke McQuade found the net for a 3-0 lead. The Panthers’ Anthony Russell answered that goal nine seconds later at the 31:35 mark. Archbold scored two more goals, one from Jonah Waidelich and the other by Connor Hagans with assists by Denver Beck and Clay Gerig respectively to secure a 5-1 lead at the break. Three more scores came in the second half for the Streaks including Waidelich’s and Hagans’ second goals of the night. Logan Garrow finished the scoring frenzy with 12:00 remaining. The win was Archbold’s fifth sectional title in the last six seasons.
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