Thursday, September 1 GAME SUMMARIES
North Central gains win over Montpelier
The Eagles were straight set winners in the BBC match with scores of 25-22, 25-11 and 25-18. Montpelier (2-4, 2-2) was led by Landri McKelvey as she had six kills and 10 assists. Jaelyn Lyons contributed with five kills, two aces and seven blocks.
Swanton defeats Delta in NWOAL match
The Lady Bulldogs were winners in four sets with scores of 25-19,, 20-25,, 25-16, 25-16. Contributing for Delta were: Abby Freeman three aces, one kill, 18 assists, seven digs; Darian Elendt three kills, one block; Emily Clifton five aces, eight kills, one block, nine digs; Kinsey Finnen two aces, 13 kills, 10 digs; Mary Miller 10 kills, three blocks, two digs.
Edgerton wins in five sets over Hilltop
The Lady Bulldogs netted the match with scores of 13-25, 25-18, 9-25, 25-22, 15-10. Leading the Cadets were: Ariana Brown 33/40 attacks with 10 kills and 15/17 serving with three aces and 15/15 passing; Aubrey Wyse 39/43 attacks with nine kills, 12/14 serving with one ace.
Edon is a four-set winner over Fayette
The Bombers won with scores of 25-16, 13-25, 25-14, 25-21. Edon improved to 2-3 overall and 2-2 in the BBC. Netta Halonen led Edon with 10 kills and 11 digs during the win. Shaylee Manahan added six kills and 16 digs.
Pettisville downs Stryker 25-9, 25-12, 25-13.
The Blackbirds moved to 5-1 and 4-0 in the BBC with the three-set win over the Panthers. Individual results for Pettisville included: Kyra Behnfeldt- 11/11 serving w/2 Aces; Teagan Kauffman- 21/27/Hitting w/10 Kills, 10/12 serving w/6 Aces; Jess Youse- 21/22 w/11 Kills, 10/11 serving w/2 Aces; Morgan Leppelmeier- 14/18 Hitting w/8 Kills, 10/10 serving; Carly Bontrager- 7/9 Serving w/2 Aces, 76/79 Setting w/27 Assists. Alayna Jones- 4/4 Serving Leading the Panthers were: Emma Grime: 8/8 serving, 57/59 setting with 10 assists, 10 digs; Courtney Stewart: 5/6 serving, 13/16 hitting with 5 kills , 9 digs; Brooklyn Whitlock: 3/4 serving, 11/11 hitting, 5 digs; Kaitlyn Wonders: 13/15 hitting with 1 kills; Brittney Haines: 8/8 serving, 12 digs; Katelyn Tingley: 14/16 hitting with 2 kills, 4 kills.
JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL
Montpelier was victorious over North Central with scores of 25-21, 23-25, 25-18 to improve their record to 2-4, 1-3.
Hilltop are winners in two sets
The Cadets bested Edgerton with scores of 25-19, 25-16.
Pettisville gets a three-set win against Stryker
The Blackbirds improved their record to 4-2 and 3-1 in the BBC topping the Lady Panthers. Pettisville was led by Mauricea Crouch (19/22 hitting w/six kills); Madeleine Wixom (eight digs) and Ryeana Klopfenstein (four aces).
Edon was a two-set winner over Fayette
The Bombers improved to 5-0 and 4-0 in the BBC with the 25-13, 25-5 win over the Eagles.
Montpelier dominated with a 25-12, 25-7 win over North Central.
Pettisville bested Archbold with scores of 25-21, 25-19.
JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL
Montpelier defeated North Central in two game to remain unbeaten in five contests. North Centrl took the seventh grade match in two game.
Fayette was a 14-25, 19-25 loser to Stryker. The Eagles are 0-4 overall and 0-4 in the BBC.
Montpelier 197, Pettisville 208
The Locomotives’ Garrett Witte won medalist honors with a 46 to lead Mpntpelier to the BBC win. Joining Witte were: Aaron Stoy (50), Brock O’Neal (50), Tyler Rupp (51), Roman Sommer (53), Braden Saneholtz (57). Pettisville finished with five golfers in the 50s. Leading the pack was Austin Horning and Graeme Jacoby with matching scores of 51. Two strokes behind them was the tandem of Isaac Norr and Drew Canada with rounds of 53. Josh Graber carded a 58 to round out the Blackbirds efforts.
Patrick Henry 185, Swanton 195, Wauseon 201
The Bulldogs and Indians opened up their league schedule in a match at Ironwood. Swanton’s Austin Luce was the medalist with a round of 40. Other Swanton finishers included: Carter Swank (44), Brady Lemons (55), Randy Slink (56), Raymond Schad (56) and Andrew Lapoint (75). Wauseon was paced with a 44 from CJ Moser. Eric Parker (45), Trent Armstrong (49), Caleb Leu (63), Logan Blackman (70).
Archbold 161, Bryan 167, Delta 189
Bryan’s Peyton Lamberson was the medalist in the NWOAL tri-match. But it was the Blue Streaks who came out on top. Brandon Miller was ‘low man’ for Archbold carding a round of 39. Other Archbold finishers included: Trevor Rupp (40), Ian Radabaugh (41), Kade Kern (41), Kreighton Sims 43, Mitch Grosjean 44. Besides Lamberson, Bryan also had these other scores: Andrew Heller (42), Conner Lemons (43), Case Hartman (44), Owen Beaver (46), Connor Shirkey (46). The Panther’s low score was turned in by Jan Vann with a round of 39. Following Vann were Chase Sandusky (48), Brady Wyler (49), Drew Mattin (53), Chris Brick (53) and Cole Mattin (54).
Hicksville 185, Hilltop 193
The Cadets’ Jay Garrett was the co-medalist with a 45 but the Aces had too much for the rest of the Hilltop lineup. Other Cadet finishers included: Skyler Butterfield (46), Zakk Horton (48), Jestin Maddox (54), Steven Riley (57) and Andrew Denton (76).
Fayette 180, Antwerp 184
JUNIOR HIGH GOLF
The Montpelier Locomotives won the Hilltop Invitational. Their first place score was 222 strokes. The golfers in order of finish were: Ethan Marihugh (52), Collin Crisenbery (55), Hunter Burlew (56), Tylor Yahraus (59), Chris Moor (59), Brayden JoHantgen (61).
VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY
The Montpelier High School boys and girls teams competed in a tri-meet with Hilltop and Edon (at Hilltop). The Locomotives won the boys’ meet with 17 points, while the girls were second with 30 points. The boys finishers were as follows: Jared Rediger (1st, 18:21), Michael Blake (2nd, 18:52), Alec Waterston (3rd, 19:22), Kolden Uribes (4th, 19:23), Brandon Eitniear (7th, 20:09), Tre Hutchinson (12th, 21:02), Daniel Banks (14th, 21:04), William Belknap (16th, 21:17), Bradey Clair, 23rd, 22:29), Nate Hutchinson, 26th, 22:45). The girls were paced by: Jacqueline Carlson (1st, 21:54), Kimme Engels (4th, 23:24), Brinn Miller (5th, 23:40), Lydia Grime (8th, 24:04), MaryJoe McBride (12th, 33:29).
JUNIOR HIGH CROSS COUNTRY
The Montpelier Jr. High Boys and Girls Cross Country teams ran at Hilltop with Edon. The boys were able to finish 1s with 20 points scored. Edon came in 2nd with 41 and Hilltop 3rd with 66. Montpelier was the only team with girl runners. Individual results for Montpelier included: Thomas Jay (1st, 13:20), Jordan Fry (2nd, 14:09), Scott Hillard (3rd, 14:28), JT Fackler (5th, 15:01), Andre Aguirre (8th, 15:28), Brandon Beattie (12th, 19:22). In the girls race, with only Montpelier competing, the finishers included: Tristen Bexten (1st, 16:01), Lyndsi Engels (2nd, 16:13), Emily Fritsch (3rd, 16:44), Rachel McIntosh (4th, 16:47), MiKayla Hornung (5th, 16:59), Kayleigh Horton (6th, 19:56).
Archbold 31, Liberty Center 40, Bryan 55, Pettisville 100
The Streaks girl team ran to victory in the quad meet. (Not all first names were available) Sauder won the race for Archbold with a time of 13:01. Other Archbold finishers included: Brittany Ramirez (2nd, 13:26), Regan Ramirez (5th, 14:09), Hudson (9th, 14:38), Stamm (14th, 15:03), Garrow (19th, 17:08). The top Bryan runner was Zimmerman (4th, 14:00), Struble (11th, 14:48), Taylor (12th, 14:50), Oberlin (13th, 15:02), Wheeler (15th, 15:33), Lane (18th, 16:39), Adams (20th, 17:09), Doty (34th, 26:40). Pettisville’s top finisher was Wixon (21st, 17:42), Schumaker (22nd, 19:31), Hudspeath (23rd, 22:34), Clark (34th, 26:40). In the boys meet the Archbold defeated Bryan 24-33. The Streaks had the following finishers.Theobold (1st, 12:19), Roth (2nd, 12:43), Ruis (4th, 13:00), Ruffer (8th, 14:07), Hageman (9th, 14:26), Kramer (10th, 14:30), R. Hudson (11th, 14:31. Bryan finishers included: Seaman (3rd, 12:58), Taylor (5th, 13:01), Hess (6th, 13:52), Rosebrook (7th, 14:05), Brown (12th, 14:45), Will (13th, 14:47), Smith (14th, 15:31).
Montpelier Boys and Girls Cross Country teams ran at Hilltop with Edon. The boys were able to finish 1s with 20 points scored. Edon came in 2nd with 41 and Hilltop 3rd with 66. Montpelier was the only team with girl runners. Individual results are below. Montpelier finished with four of the top five spots. Thomas Jay won the race with a time of 13:20; Jordan Fry finished second in 14:09, Scott Hllard was third in 14:28 and JT Fackler was fifth in 15:01. Andre Aguirre ran eighth in 15:28 and Brandon Beattie finished 12th in 19:22. The girls were led by Tristen Bexten running first in 16:01, Lyndsi Engels, Emily Fritsch, Rachel Mcintosh, MiKayla Hornung and Kayleigh Horton followed with times of 16:13, 16:44, 16;47, 16:59 and 19:56 respectively.
BOYS VARSITY SOCCER
Bryan 0, Archbold 0
The Golden Bears played Archbold at home and neither team could find the net. Evan Smith recorded seven saves for the Bryan in goal. Bryan’s record moves to 3-0-1, 1-0-1 in the NWOAL. Caleb Wooley finished with one save for Arcbhold.
JUNIOR HIGH SOCCER
Pettisville 6, Emmanuel Christian 0
Pettisville put one in the ‘win’ column. Isaac Cisneros netted 4 goals. Blake Eyer provided one assist to Isaac, as well as a goal of his own from very long range. Bryce Beltz also provided a goal on a quick dart into the box to put away a pass from Isaac. The defense held strong, needing goalkeepers Brayden Barrett and later Blake Eyer to only touch the ball a handful of times. This is the defense’s first shutout of the season.
VARSITY GIRLS TENNIS
Archbold 5, Wauseon 0
The Blue Streaks got the shutout win as Caroline Kinsman, Melyana Stuckey and Belle Clark swept the singles matches. Kinsman was a 6-2, 6-1 winner in first singles over Paige Moden while Stuckey swung her way to a 6-0, 6-2 win over Sarah Becker in seconds and Clark was a 6-1, 6-4 winner in third singles over Maddy Wendt. Isabel Krieger and Darby Stevens topped Samantha Martin and Liv Ladd 6-0, 6-0 in first doubles and Morgan Perry and Amanda Payne defeated Kaitlyn Sager and Sierra Rupp 6-2, 6-0 in second doubles.
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