Lima — Curtis Williamson had two goals and assists when Lima Sr. defeated Lima Central Catholic 6-0 in youth soccer on Saturday.
Keegan Halliday had goals and assists, Collin Bocian and Aaron Bowsher each had goals, and Caiden Crawford had assists. Dalton Khan made six saves, and Miguel Flores made a save to ensure a shutout. The other score for Lima Senior was an own goal.
Ottawa-Glandorf 4, Brian 1
Brian — Jeramie Harmiller scored goals, Carson Fuka, Austin Birkemeier and Jayden Oliver each scored goals, and Michael Evers and Jordan Schroeder assisted the OG respectively.
Archbold 6, Fort Jennings 0
Fort Jennings — The Musketeers fell to 0-5 during the season.
Hardin County Invitational
Kenton-Kenton won a total of 182 team titles, followed by Ada (205), Riverdale (225) and Ridgemont (265) at the Par 36 Memorial Park Golf Course.
Medalists Max Hauschalter (40), Grady Baum (45), Noah Ketcham (48) and Stone Sauber (49) won the championship in total.
LCC lady Thunderbird Invitational
Harrod-Lima Central Catholic (343) finished third among the 13 team scores at the Par 71 Colonial Golfers Club. The Uruslin Academy won the fifth-scoring tiebreaker against Centerville after each shot 339 to win the team championship. LCC’s Bridget Markay shot 77, finishing second only to Perrysburg medalist Sydney Deal. Perrysburg fired 71. ..
Emma Mayers (86), Carlie VanMeter (90) and Leiahnni Smith (90) contributed to the LCC team total. Mirror City (521) was led by Chelsea Arford’s 98 and finished in 13th place.
Continental 1, Delphis Jefferson 1
CONTINENTAL — The goal was scored by Alivia Lindeman of Delphos Jefferson and Marissa Becher of Continental with the support of Jensen Armey.
Delphis St. Johns 7, Lima Senior 0
Myah Boggs had 3 goals and assists, Brooke Altenburger had goals and 2 assists, Kennedy Sterling had penalty kicks and assists, and Sara Burnett and Emma Lindeman had goals. Evie Vonderwell has decided to shut out. Lima’s senior goalkeepers Ava Sheeter and Aniyah Hollon made 11 and 16 saves, respectively.
Ottawa-Glandorf 4, Liberty-Benton 1
GLANDORF — Myka Aldrich scored and assisted, Clara Beach, Lily Haselman and Mackenzie Recker each assisted, Makenna Siefker and Bri Douglass each assisted, and Abby Warnecke saved four with an OG goal.
Bus 1, Carida 0
Bus Township — Faith Clark assists Rachel Clark and teammate Juliana Heights scores a shutout goal. Karida goalkeeper Cassidy Hypshire made 17 saves.
Cory-Rawson 9, Tiffin Columbian 0
RAWSON — Lanie Kempf had 4 goals, Brynn Reese had 3 goals and 3 assists, Briona Thomas had 2 goals and 2 assists, Makayla Oman had assists, and Cory-Rawson goalkeeper Evelyn Waltz had 5 saves.
Lexington 5, Elida 1
JoJo Knight has achieved Elida’s goal with the help of Olivia Green.
Allen East 3,
HARROD — Mustang won 25-14, 25-16, 25-11. In Allen East, Solaya Jackson had 13 kills, Kenji Koontz had 12 kills, and El Richardson had 6 kills.
Arlington — Hardin Northern defeated Ada 25-21, 25-23 and Arlington 25-18, 19-25, 25-23. Ada also fell to Arlington 25-15 and 25-18.
In the Hardin Northern Ada match, Kennedy Hall scored 20 assists, 10 digs, 4 ace, Ellis McCoy scored 7 kills, and Blair Hypshire scored 8 digs in Hardin Northern. For Ada, Autumn Andreasen had 17 assists, Courtney Sumner had 5 kills and 12 digs, Lexie White had 10 digs, and Emily Haffer had 5 kills.
For Hardin Northern vs. Arlington, Cadenceskoy had 4 ace and 5 kills, Bella Wilson had 4 ace, Katie Goode had 5 blocks, McCoy had 6 kills, Hall had 21 assists and 10 digs, and Kylie leg had 12 digs.
For Ada against Arlington, Andreasen had 9 assists and 5 excavations, Sumner had 6 kills and 9 excavations, Haffer had 3 blocks, and Lexi White had 10 excavations. bottom.
Anna — Tanner Spangler leads Anna with three goals and Abbey Straw made five saves to complete the shutout.
Minster will be 2-1
SIDNEY — Wildcats defeated host Lehman Catholic 25-14, 25-15, fell to fair loan 25-19, 19-25, 25-23, 23-25, 25-14, 25 against Anna I won -23. On this day, Sabana Bergman had seven ace, Lily Berhorst had 34 kills and 31 digs, and Jayden Kroon had 57 Minster assists.
Boys cross the country
Treaty city invitation
Greenville — Marion Local (82) finished second only to Legacy Christians (80). Of the scores of the 11 posting teams, New Breman (87) was 4th, Coldwater (176) was 7th, Fort Recovery (235) was 8th, and St. Henry (255) was 10th.
Marion Local Noabudde (17: 11.6) finished second behind Jackson Center’s Keren Reichert (17: 01.3). Fort Recovery Trevor Height Camp (5th, 17:37), Marion Local Troy Stack (6th, 17: 54.9), Lucas Browling (8th, 18: 06.2), New Breman Zack Ashman (9) Place, 18: 18.4) also ranked in the top. 10.10.
Mel Brodt Invitational
BOWLING GREEN — Serena (294) finished 11th in the 12-team Division I tournament, following 1st place Riverside (72). Connor Clogman led Serena in 37th place at 17: 56.44. Riverside Bryce Weber was the race winner at 16: 01.98.
X & A Invitational
Napoleon — Leipsick (119) finished sixth in the seven posting teams, behind Archbolt (30). Roman De La Rosa (19: 15.54) led the Leipsick and finished 16th after Liberty Center race winner Kenny Mile (17: 11.56).
Girl cross country
Treaty city invitation
Greenville — New Breman (57) won the team title, Fort Recovery scored second-place tiebreakers against St. Henry, each scoring 72 points and then finishing sixth. Coldwater (135) was fifth and Marion Local (168) was fifth. ) Was the sixth of the nine people who posted the team score.
Coldwater’s Haley Alig was the winner of the 19: 40.9 race. Caroline Wittlatch of New Breman (3rd, 21: 01.1) and Chloe Homann (6th, 21: 12.7), Riley Baumer of St. Henry (5th, 21:12) and Josie Evers (1st, 22) : 20.3) was also in the top 10.
Mel Brodt Invitational
BOWLING GREEN — Serena’s Kaylida Melon (19: 21.31) and Joselin Dameron (20: 05.64) are third and seventh, respectively, following Ottawa Hills’ No. 1 runner Joanna Kelly (18: 41.72) in Division II & III races. Finished with. Serena (78) finished 6th overall in the field of 13 teams, behind Eastwood (37) in 1st place.
X & A Invitational
Napoleon — Andrea Pfau, who finished 11th at 21: 17.13, was the top finisher in Mirror City with no team score, behind Liberty Center race winner Hope Oelkrug (18: 35.71). Lola Wensink was 23rd in the 22: 34.06 Leipsick, but Leipsick also didn’t post a team score.
Ohio Northern 34,
ADA — Brody Khan threw a pair of touchdown passes to Upper Sai Auto Valley graduate Chase Rose and ran for a touchdown, and teammate Block Martin rushed for 118 yards, 28 TDs I carried it with the ONU season opener.
Ohio Northern 0,
Holland, Michigan — Ohio Northern and Hope (Michigan) played for 110 minutes at Van Andel Stadium, but neither team was able to find the back of the net, resulting in a scoreless draw in two extra times. I did. ONU goalkeeper John Lombardo made three saves.
Union College 2, UNOH 1
Universities in northwestern Ohio have doubled their overtime.
Emory 3, ONU 1
Danville, Kentucky-Ohio Northern surrendered three goals in the last 45 minutes of the opening round of the Center (Kentucky) tournament in Amendfield, following a goalless first half against Emory (Georgia).
Due to the defeat, polar bears fell to 0-1 during the season, setting the Eagles record to 2-0.
The only goal of the ONU game was through Alaina Casey with the support of Jill Roberts.
UNOH 1, Rio Grande 0
The racer won the extra time.
Lima Sr. Braden Morgan controls the ball against Lima Central Catholic Sam Mayers during a match at Spartan Stadium on Saturday. See more high school sports photos on LimaScores.com.
Lima Central Catholic Frankie McDonald will play the header against Lima Senior’s Keegan Holiday, Center, and Lima Central Catholic goalkeeper Olivruno will defend during the match at Spartan Stadium on Saturday.
Lima Sr. Aaron Bowshire will face Lima Central Catholic Caden Odom during a match at Spartan Stadium on Saturday.
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Summary: Lima Senior defeats LCC in men’s soccer
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