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Friday, September 06, 2013 12:02 AM

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Ottoville downs Jeffcats

OTTOVILLE — Ottoville Lady Green wins over Jefferson with scores of  25-11, 25-9, 23-25, 25-18 Thursday at L.W. Heckman Gymnasium.

Pacing the host Lady Green were Nikki Burgei (21/122 attacks, 12 kills), Taylor Mangas (20 digs), Lexie Thorbahn (38/40 setting, 15 assists) and Chelsey Boecker (19/20 serving, 8 aces).

The hosts won the junior varsity match 25-19, 25-21.

Jefferson visits Pandora-Gilboa 10 a.m. Saturday, while Ottoville hosts USV 6 p.m. Tuesday.

 

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Unbeaten Ottoville boys punish Ada

OTTOVILLE — Jared Fanning and Lucas Maag scored a pair of goals each as the Ottoville boys soccer unit smacked visiting Ada 5-1 Thursday night at Ottoville Soccer Stadium.

Joel Beining add the other goal for the Big Green (6-0-0).

Caleb Garmon scored for the Bulldogs (0-6-0).

Ottoville dominated the shooting 22-5; Colin Bendel had five saves for the victors and Anspach 16 for Ada.

Ottoville also attempted 25 corner kicks in the match.

They visit Continental 5 p.m. Monday.

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Elida outlasts Wapakoneta

ELIDA — The Elida volleyballers outlasted Wapakoneta in a Western Buckeye League marathon 25-22, 18-25, 13-25, 25-19, 15-2 Thursday at Elida.

Topping Elida (4-4, 1-1) were stat leaders:

Kills - Torie McAdams (12 kills, 3 blocks), Katie Hawk (33 assists, 3 aces), Erika Kiel (25 digs, 3 aces), Summer Grogg (10 kills), Karmyn Martinez (3 aces) and Aubrey William (3 kills).

Elida hosts LCC and Lima Senior in a tri-match 10 a.m. Saturday.

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Crestview wins NWC golf tri

Team Scores:

Crestview 188: Conner Lautzenheiser 43, Cain Lautzenheiser 45, Jake Mengernik 49, Ronnie Schumm 51, Jon Germann 55, Cyler Miller 56.

Columbus Grove 203: Logan Diller 48, Brandon Hoffman 48, Kyle Welty 48, Cody Woods 59, Logan Hardeman 59, Noah Oglesbee 60.

Paulding 204: Brad Crawford 47, Ben Heilshorn 49, Justin Adams 52, Kaleb Becker 56, Corey Adkins DQ.

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Spence’s hat trick propels No. 18 Express past Lorain County 11-0

Elyria —-Adane Spence scored three goals to lead eight different goal scorers as the No. 18 Express men’s soccer team defeated Lorain County Community College 11-0 today

Austin Combs scored his first collegiate goal 5:40 into the game to get the Express rolling. Following that, Ahmad Jarrar scored his first collegiate goal at the 12:20 mark and Vijay Gentles added his fourth of the season at the 24:19 mark.

The goal by Gentles came via a penalty kick after Jarrar was taken down in the box.

Spence scored back-to-back goals at 31:00 and 35:28 to give the Express a 5-0 lead at the half.

The Express then opened with a larger flurry of goals in the second half as Derek Snowden (49:56), Austin Hall (52:20) and Abraham Adoure-Zehaim (56:32) scored in the half’s first 12 minutes.

Adoure-Zehaim’s goal came via a PK after Spence was taken down in the box.

Spence scored his third goal at the 62:46 mark and it put the Express up 9-0. Bjion Campbell and Jamison Foos then added the final two goals at the 72:44 and 81:10 marks.

The assists in the game came from Kalida graduate Tyler Kortokrax (2), Agustin Bonjour, Campbell, Gentles, Jarrar, Snowden, Hall and Troy Watson.

Ryan Wicher played the entire game in goal for the Express. He made two saves. He is 2-0 this year in goal.

The Express had 23 shots on goal compared to three for Lorain County. Alli Obafemi started and went the distance in goal for Lorain County. He made 11 saves.

Notes: The Express are now 4-1 this year. Their next game is Wednesday at home against Lakeland Community College at 4 p.m. It will mark the beginning of conference play. …. Players scoring their first collegiate goals today included: Combs, Jarrar, Spence, Snowden, Hall, Adoure-Zehaim and Foos. … Foos got his goal after stealing the ball from a defender near the net. The goal by Combs came when Bonjour threw the ball in, and it was headed by Campbell to Combs for a double assist. Snowden’s goal came on a follow-up after a shot by Hall. … The game marked the first time in program history that the Express scored two goals via penalty kick. …. Gentles now has four goals and four assists this year. He leads the team in assists. … Campbell added his team-high sixth goal, along with his third assist. He is in the top five in the nation in goals scored. … The two assists by Kortokrax were his first two of the season. Watson’s assist was his second of the year and fourth of his career.

Last Updated on Friday, September 06, 2013 8:57 AM
 

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