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Tuesday, September 10, 2013 12:00 AM

Lady Jeffcats put complete match together to down Lancers


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FORT JENNINGS — Jefferson’s girls soccer unit put a complete match together in dominating Lincolnview 5-1 in Northwest Conference action at Keith Hamel Memorial Field in Fort Jennings.

The Lady Wildcats (3-3-1, 1-0-0 NWC) scored twice in the first half: at 30:47 when sophomore Logan Hamilton beat Lancer junior netminder Julia Thatcher (12 saves versus 23 shots on-goal) from 16 yards; and at 9:49, when junior Kylee Haehn put the ball in the net for a 2-0 edge.

The Red and White went up 3-0 with 18:38 left in the second half as freshman Arianna Knebel netted a 7-yarder.

The Lady Lancers (0-3-2, 0-1-1 NWC) made it 3-1 at 15:49 when sophomore Brooke Schroeder tallied past junior Wildcat goalkeeper Kayleigh O’Conner (7 saves versus 8 shots on-goal).

The Red and White tacked on two more: at 12:15 as Hamilton made it two goals for the match; and at 4:27, when freshman Makaya Dunning put the ball in the cords.

Jefferson hosts Kalida 5 p.m. Thursday; Lincolnview hosts Coldwater 1 p.m. Saturday.

(Longer article in Wednesday’s paper).


Lady Jays sweep Miller City


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MILLER CITY — St. John’s got the broom out Monday evening at Miller City’s J. Harry Leopold Gymnasium, sweeping the Lady Wildcats 25-8, 25-14, 25-16.

There was no junior varsity match.

The Wildcats host Columbus Grove in PCL action 6:30 p.m. Wednesday (no JV match), while the Blue Jays host Coldwater 5:30 p.m. Thursday (JV start).

(Longer article in Wednesday’s paper).


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Lancers edge Bearcats in grabbing NWC quad

LIMA — Joshah Rager led the way for Lincolnview's boys golf crew as they edged Spencerville, Jefferson and Paulding 171-172-185-188 in a Northwest Conference quad match Monday at Tamarac.

Mitchell Youngpeter was co-medalist for the match in shooting a 40 for the Bearcats

Carter Mox was also co-medalist with a 40 for the Wildcats.

Justin Adams shot a 43 for the Panthers.

Lincolnview is in the Columbus Grove quad 4 p.m. today and is at the Jefferson quad 4 p.m. Thursday.

Spencerville is at the Allen East 5-team NWC match 4 p.m. Thursday at Colonial.

Team Scores:

Lincolnview 171: Joshah Rager 41, Logan C. Miller 42, Troy Patterson 43, Justis Dowdy 45, Damon Norton 46, Derek Youtsey 51.

Spencerville 172: Mitchell Youngpeter 40, Chance Campbell 41,  James Schaad 42, Parker Campbell 49, Brian Wood 59.

Jefferson 185: Carter Mox 40, Tyler Rice 46, Ryan Bullinger 49, Zach Wannemacher 50,  Nick Fitch 52, Jacob Hamilton 59.
Paulding 188: Justin Adams 43, Sam Heilshorn 44, Crawford 48, D. Becker 53.


Archers spike by Jefferson in volleyball

ANTWERP — A balanced Antwerp volleyball attack took the measure of invading Jefferson 25-11, 25-18, 25-12 in non-league action Monday night.

The Archers also won the junior varsity match in three sets.

The Wildcats pay a visit to Columbus Grove for an NWC contest tonight, starting with the JV match at 6 p.m.

(Longer article in Wednesday’s paper).


Big Green boys win PCL tussle

CONTINENTAL — The Ottoville boys soccer team survived a 1-0 Putnam County League tussle at Continental Monday.

Jared Fanning scored the only tally for the unbeaten Big Green (7-0-0, 1-0-0 PCL).

The Pirates (4-2-1, 1-1-1 PCL) outshot the Big Green 5-3 in a tight defensive war.

Ottoville hosts Lima Central Catholic 5 p.m. Wednesday.


Miller City golfers win PCL tri

OTTAWA — Jared Fuka’s 36 led host Miller City to a 165-176-201 Putnam County League golf victory over Leipsic and Fort Jennings Monday on the par-36 front 9 of the Pike Run Golf Course.

Davis Lammers added a 41 for the Wildcats (8-3).

Pacing the Vikings (5-7) were John Ellerbrock and Neil Haselman with 42s.

For the Musketeers (4-6), Nate German carded a 46 and Ryan Rau a 49.

Fort Jennings is in the Delphos Country Club Invitational 8:30 a.m. Saturday.

Team Scores:

Miller City 165: Jared Fuka 36, Davis Lammers 41,Austin Lammers 43, Cody Sheets 45, Jacob Schimmoeller 47, Liz Schimmoeller 51.

Leipsic 176: John Ellerbrock 42, Neil Haselman 42, Emilleo Guerra 45, Logan Selhorst 47, Alex Ellerbrock 51, Nick Goedde 57.

Ft. Jennings 201: Nate German 46, Ryan Rau 49, Lucas Luebrecht 52, Sam Vetter 54, Alex Sealts 55, Collin Wieging 56.


Leipsic JV: Zack Hoyt 50, Brynn Tadena 51, Randy Larson 52, Luke Maag 53, Nick Goedde 54, Larkin Quintero 55.


Kenton sneaks by Bulldogs in WBL golf

LIMA — Kenton’s boys golfers edged by Elida 170-171 in Western Buckeye League links action Monday at Tamarac.

Nate Cellar for the Bulldogs (2-5 WBL) and the Wildcats’ Damon Rall (5-2 WBL) shot 37s.

For Elida, Trent Cutlip added a 41 and Drew Sarno 46.

Briton Hansel notched a 40 for Kenton and Anthony McKee a 43.

Elida hosts Ottawa-Glandorf 5 p.m. Thursday.


Lady ’Riders edge Elida in soccer

ELIDA — The St. Marys Memorial girls soccer unit edged Elida 4-3 in Western Buckeye League action under the lights of the Elida Soccer Complex.

Lindsey Hall scored twice for the Lady Bulldogs and Hope Carter one.

The Lady ’Dawgs visit Van Wert for a 5 p.m. Thursday tussle.


Tri-County Midget Football Association Scores

From Sunday

Spencerville Black 8, Delphos Reds 6

Columbus Grove 22, Delphos Mohawks 0

Delphos Raiders 26, Spencerville Red 0

Delphos Vikings 30, Uniopolis Browns 0


Hairston earns top HCAC Female honor

BLUFFTON — Freshman Anna Hairston (Mansfield/Ontario) was recently named the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Female Athlete of the Week following her performance at the Queen City Cross Country Invitational on Friday.

Hairston, who is relatively new to the sport in only her second year, set the mark for the fastest 5k all-time at Bluffton University. She finished with a time of 19:37 in a very competitive women’s field, good enough for 40th among 148 total runners at the Queen City Invitational in Cincinnati. She was the highest-placing non-scholarship athlete on the women’s side.

The Bluffton harriers return to action this Saturday when they head north to Calvin College for the NCAA Regional preview race.

Last Updated on Monday, September 09, 2013 10:17 PM

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