Scoring Summary – Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Tuesday, October 4  Scoring Summaries


Toledo Whitmer 3, Wauseon 2

The Indians swept doubles play after being defeated in the singles matches. Maddy Wendt lost in First Singles with scores of 3-6, 0-6. Sarah Becker fell 2-6, 0-6 in Second Singles and Sierra Rupp dropped the Third Singles match with scores of 1-6, 2-6.  Paige Moden and Liv Ladd gave Wauseon its first win with a 7-6, 6-3 decision in First Doubles while Kaitlyn Sager and Samantha Martin were 7-5, 6-2 winners in Second Doubles.

Archbold 5, Toledo Scott 0

The Bluestreaks improved to 10-9 on the season with the shutout victory. Caroline Kinsman won in First Singles 6-1, 6-0. Belle Clark was a winner in Second Singles with a 6-2, 6-2 triumph. Itzy Gaona made it a singles sweep with her 6-2, 6-2 win in Third Singles. Winning in the doubles matches were Isabel Kreiger and Darby Stevens with a 6-1, 6-1 victory in First Doubles and Morgan Perry and Amanda Payne taking the Second Doubles match 6-0, 6-0.


The Swanton Bulldogs were 24-26, 12-25, 25-20, 26-28 winners over North Central in a non-league contest. Leading the Eagles were: Makayla Knapp with 30 assists 3 aces, Makayla Rizor with 7 digs, Makayla Hayes with 14 kills.

Edon varsity defeated Fayette with scores of 25-20, 25-16, 25-16. The Bombers were led by: Hannah Kaylor and Netta Halonen with eight and six kills respectively. Shaylee Manahan served up two aces for Edon.

Pettisville was a three set winner over Stryker to remain unbeaten in 10 BBC games. The scores were 25-9, 25-18 and 25-14.  Leading the Blackbirds were: Kyra Behnfeldt- 17/9 Serving w/2 Aces, 23 Digs; Teagan Kauffman- 12/14 serving with 1 Ace, 17/19 Hitting w/8 Kills; Morgan Leppelmeier- 6/6 Serving w/1 Ace, 22/24 Hitting w/13 Kills; Jess Youse- 13/13 Serving w/2 Aces

17/19 Hitting w/8 Kills, 5 Solo;  Carly Bontrager- 10/11 Serving w/1 Ace, 73/73 Setting w/30 Assists; Sami Tilley – 14/17 Hitting w/5 Kills.

Montpelier defeated North Central with scores of 25-20, 25-22, 25-19. The leaders for the Locos were Morgan Eriksen with seven kills, Jaelyn Lyons with six kills and six blocks, and Landri McKelvey with 24 assists and three kills. Makayla Knapp had 20 assists, Makayla Rizor added eight digs and Makayla Hayes finished with six kills and one block.

Archbold was a 20-25, 25-20, 25-21, 28-26 winner over Delta in NWOAL action. There was no report submitted from the Bluestreaks, but the Panthers had the following contributors: Mary Miller 2 aces, 13 kills, 4 blocks, 13 digs; Kinsey Finnen 3 aces, 13 kills, 13 digs, 1 block, Abby Freeman 2 aces 2 blocks, 18 assists, 8 digs; Emily Clifton 3 aces, 5 kills, 1 block 21 digs

Destiny Hildreth 1 kill, 16 assists, 9 digs.


North Central defeated Swanton in two sets wit scores of 27-25, 25-23.  (No individual stats submitted).

Edon defeated Fayette scores were  25-16, 25-10. (No Individual stats submitted).


Montpelier defeated North Central in two sets with scores of 26-24, 25-20. (No individual stats were submitted).

North Central defeated Montpelier 25-23, 15-25, 25-22. (No individual results submitted).

Stryker defeated Pettisville 25-21, 25-23. (No individual stats submitted).


North Central’s 7th grade defeated Montpelier 25-11 and 25-13. The Eagles 8th graders also notched a win in three sets with scores of 27-25, 16-25 and 27-25. (No individual stats were submitted).

The Pettisville 8th grade is still looking for their first win of the season after falling 14-25 and 18-25 to Stryker. The Blackbirds’ 7th grade team also was on the short end to the Panthers with scores of 19-25 and 16-25.


Stryker 164, Bryan 165

The Panthers were one stroke better in the non-conference match with the Golden Bears at Riverside Greens. Hayden Clingaman won medalist honors for Stryker with a 36. Other Stryker finishers included: Kaid Woolace (40), Austin Frisbie (43), Abe Montague 45, Aaron Sidle 45. Bryan’s finishers included: Connor Shirkey (39), Owen Beaver (41), Case Hartman 42, Andrew Heller (43), Zhane Cupp (50), Peyton Lamberson (52).


 Archbold defeated Montpelier 212 – 217. The Locomotives stand at 30-2 on the season.

North Central finished first with a stroke total of 222 to win its match at Windwood Hollow. Scoring for the Eagles were: Zach Hayes (47), Colin Patten (53), Mason Sanford (58), Kane Loney (64), Luke Zuver (65), Ryan Pfund (65).


Archbold 34, Montpelier 20 (No games stats submitted)


Wauseon 1, Toledo Bowsher, 1

The Indians moved to 1-9-2 with the non-league tie.  Zach Fink scored Wauseon’s lone goal.

Archbold 7, Continental 0

Jared Kidder scored a pair of goals to lead Archbold to its 13th win of the season. Both of Kidder’s goals came in the first half. His first, with an assist from Josh Kidder, came with 31:17 remaining. With 15:21 left in the half, Kidder fund the net again with an assist by Josh Kidder. Other Streaks scoring included: Luke McQuade, Nick Waidelich, Kaiden Bedsole, Gerson Calderon.


Bryan 11, Evergreen 1

Bryan defeated visiting Evergreen in a NWOAL matchup. Scoring two goals a piece for the Golden Bears were Emily Gorzelanczyk, Allye Minor, and Haley Maxcy. Gracie Voigt, Madison Reiser, Emma Hurtt, and Madison Shepherd all chipped in a goal along with Baylee Krupp. Assists went to Kate Winzeler (3), Morgan Tinkel (2), Meggie Voigt, Bailey Anderson, Hurtt, and Reiser. Lauren Redhead recorded 3 saves in goal.

Archbold 5, Liberty Center 0

The Bluestreaks improved to 8-5-1 with the NWOAL win over the Tigers. The five scorers for the Streaks included Kennedy Miller, Andi Peterson, Kamryn Hostetler, Emie Peterson and McKenna Lantz. Emie Peterson and Chloe Nofziger finished with two assists apiece.

Swanton 2, Wauseon 0

After a scoreless first half, the Bulldogs found the net twice in the second 40 minutes to claim a at least a share of the NWOAL title.  While holding the Indians scoreless, the two goals for Swanton came from Maya Vargas at the 29:54 mark of the second half. That goal was followed by the insurance goal from Bridget Harlett for the victory.

Delta 10, Toledo Waite 0

The Panthers exploded for 10 goals in their non-league win over Waite. Joining the score parade was: Sara Sintobin and Madison Mattimore with two goals apiece, Cassandra Lee, Karah Wood, Marissa Cargill, Jessie Giguere, Mckenzie Burger and Makayla Joseph with one each.


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