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Friday, October 05, 2012 11:51 AM

Coldwater
Lions Invitiational
At Cavalier Stadium
Boys Team Scores: Van Wert 62, Minster 72, Coldwater 91, St. Henry 121, Versailles 150, Crestview 170, Lincolnview 178, Shawnee 208, St. Marys Memorial 296, New Bremen 306, Jackson Center 338, Parkway 354, New Knoxville 380, Ft. Loramie 389, Lehman Cath. 413, Marion Local 435, Ft. Recovery 439, Celina 470, Bradford 561, Elida 618. No Team Score: St. John’s.
Top 10 Individuals: 1. Prakel (VE) 15:34.05; 2. Jared Fleming (VW) 16:07.99; 3. Jon Kase Schalois (VW) 16:19.14; 4. Slonkosky (MI) 16:19.34; 5. Hemmelgarn (STH) 16:20.71; 6. Conner Holliday (VW) 16:35.17; 7. Wenning (CO) 16:40.37; 8. Kuntz (NK) 16:41.99; 9. Dahlinghaus (MI) 16:42.59; 10. Joel Genter (CV) 16:44.14.
Other Local Finishers (258 Runners): 15. Mycah Grandstaff (CV) 16:57.21; ... 20. Bayley Tow (LV) 17:27.27; 21. Alex Rodriguez (LV) 17:27.87; ... 24. Shelby Ripley (CV) 17:36.04; 25. Eric Easley (VW) 17:36.37; 26. Connor Schaffer (VW) 17:37.86; ... 31. Ben Bilimek (LV) 17:41.40; ... 34. Cade Fleming (VW) 17:43.96; ... 36. Jeff Jacomet (LV) 17:48.34; ... 38. Spencer Prichard (VW) 17:49.65; 39. Nick Keber (VW) 17:50.01; ... 41. Jordan Butler (VW) 17:51.71; ... 62. Branden Clayton (CV) 18:23.14; ... 64. Tanner Skelton (CV) 18:25.08; ... 66. Copsey Bogle (CV) 18:30.27; ... 75. Skyler Whitaker (LV) 18:41.21; ... 77. Ryan Rice (VW) 18:42.11; ... 81. Trevor Neate (LV) 18:47.93; 82. Travis Lippi (LV) 18:49.02; 83. Eli Jones (CV) 18:50.37; ... 87. Curtis Pohlman (SJ) 18:52.64; ... 93. Angelo Katalenas (LV) 18:57.93; ... 101. Bryce Richardson (CV) 19:04.05; ... 111. Reed Baxter (VW) 19:16.30; ... 113. Bryce Beckner (VW) 19:17.14; ... 120. Doug Hicks (LV) 19:22.96; ... 125. Adam Saylor (CV) 19:30.62; ... 127. Aaron Hellman (SJ) 19:33.93; ... 134. Tyler Brant (LV) 19:51.74; ... 138. Andy Burnett (CV) 19:55.42; ... 140. Isaac Simerman (CV) 19:56.14; ... 157. Josh Bull (EL) 20:26.08; ... 167. Corbin Schumm (CV) 20:46.43; ... 172. Glenn McVey (EL) 20:55.74; ... 179. Andrew Boley (CV) 21:08.83; ... 181. Dalton Hines (LV) 21:10.92; ... 186. Anthony Hale (SJ) 21:20.17; 187. Austin Sealscott (LV) 21:21.80; ... 191. Jared Long (CV) 21:24.08; ... 196. Austin Cunningham (EL) 21:34.02; ... 200. Noah Daugherty (CV) 21:44.21; 201. Jordan Coulter (EL) 21:46.18; ... 205. Asa Swihart (EL) 21:52.74; ... 211. Brett Ripley (CV) 22:17.21; ... 216. Eric Anthony (EL) 22:36.55; ... 221. Logan Malone (EL) 22:47.20; 222. Jacob Germann (CV) 22:54.08; ... 227. Jacob Gibson (LV) 23:03.37; ... 232. Cody Klinker (CV) 23:23.64; 233. Austin Taylor (VW) 23:28.02; ... 235. Carter Gorman (LV) 23:46.90; ... 245. Zack Holycross (EL) 24:36.30; ... 248. Alex Dukehart (EL) 24:45.78; ... 251. Zach Keith (LV) 25:34.06; ... 253. Micah Germann (LV) 25:40.49; ... 257. Korbin Schalois (VW) 27:44.43.
Girls Team Scores: Coldwater 43, Minster 44, Ft. Loramie 112, Van Wert and Versailles 150, Ft. Recovery 168, Shawnee 216, St. Henry 258, Marion Local 271, New Knoxville 290, St. Marys Memorial 300, Elida and Crestview 362, Celina 366, New Bremen 428, Parkway 438, Bradford 452, Lincolnview 493, Jackson Center 558. No Team Score: St. John’s.
Top 10 Individuals: 1. S. Kanney (CO) 18:09.37; 2. C. Seas (CO) 19:00.11; 3. J. Kanney (CO) 19:17.71; 4. Westerheide (FL) 19:20.61; 5. Boyle (NK) 20:01.45; 6. Slonkosky (MI) 20:04.27; 7. Butler (MI) 20:10.96; 8. L. Seas (CO) 20:12.78; 9. Niekamp (MI) 20:16.43; 10. Barlage (MI) 20:18.92.
Local Finishers (257 Runners): 16. Chloee Gamble (VW) 20:39.18; ... 18. Andrea Foster (VW) 20:43.84; ... 28. Schelissa Williams (VW) 21:17.42; ... 31. Megan Joseph (SJ) 21:21.01; ... 37. Courtney Perrott (CV) 21:30.86; ... 45. Meghan Barnhart (VW) 21:44.62; ... 48. Aly Turrentine (EL) 21:58.84; ... 59. Kelsey Wagner (VW) 22:13.71; ... 61. Tori Bowen (EL) 22:17.30; ... 68. Sarah Suever (EL) 22:29.02; ... 77. Anna Mueller (SJ) 22:49.74; ... 79. Anna Gorman (LI) 22:52.36; ... 95. Elizabeth Saylor (CV) 23:14.21; ... 101. Hali Finfrock (CV) 23:19.93; ... 110. Marissa Sperry (VW) 23:30.31; ... 115. Taylor Miller (LV) 23:34.58; ... 136. Eden Allison (CV) 24:19.87; ... 160. Janelle May (CV) 25:00.06; 161. Teresa Pohlman (SJ) 25:00.49; ... 166. Karlyn Koontz (VW) 25:11.68; ... 181. Kaiti Hinegardner (EL) 26:06.09; ... 205. Cora Finfrock (CV) 26:50.11; ... 208. Leah Brubaker (VW) 27:06.93; ... 218. Meghan Sherman (CV) 27:58.65; 219. Hannah Malone (EL) 27:59.68; 220. Mikinzie Dull (LV) 28:01.28; ... 223. Torrye Brinkman (EL) 28:19.11; ... 229. Precious Shields (CV) 28:39.11; ... 234. Maddie Enyart (LV) 29:25.49; ... 245. Ashley Ulrich (EL) 30:51.68; 246. Madison Penix (CV) 30:58.87; 247. Mychaela Johnson (EL) 31:42.58; ... 255. Fern Vangvichien (LV) 34:06.68.

Lady Pirates tame Jeffcats at the net
BLUFFTON — Jefferson’s volleyballers played at Bluffton Thursday night in Northwest Conference action  and left on the short end of a 25-9, 22-25, 25-13, 25-8 loss.
Jefferson (7-11, 2-6 in the NWC) was led by junior Katie Goergens (5 kills), senior Fallon VanDyke (4 kills) and sophomore Brooke Culp (11 assists).
“We came out flat, with low intensity and lost the first set pretty badly. I was very happy to see how we responded to that in the second set,” Jefferson coach Joy Early noted. “We had great communication and intensity and it showed in the end of the set score. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to carry that into the third set. Bluffton has some great hitters and our back row struggled digging their hits. We play at home on Saturday against Leipsic.”
That match is at Jefferson Middle School starting at 10 a.m.
In junior varsity action, Bluffton won 24-26, 25-16, 25-14.

Lady Musketeers whitewash Black Knights
VAN BUREN — The Fort Jennings girls soccer unit paid a visit to Van Buren Thursday night and earned a 2-0 shutout of the Black Knights.
Senior Macy Schroeder scored goals in each half to account for the Lady Musketeer (10-1-3) tallies as they tied the hosts (10-4-0) 4-4 in shots on-goal.
Gabbie German had three saves), Van Buren’s Rachel Wymer had two.
“We played good the first half and Macy got about a 25- to 30-yard shot that went into the upper 90 at 36:26. After that score, Van Buren picked up the pressure and we started playing longer passes that they intercepted and would bring back at us,” Musketeer coach Rodney Wagner noted. “Both teams battled back and forth the rest of the first half. The second half, it was much of the same with Van Buren getting more good looks than us early on in the half but no real good shots on-frame. Finally, with 5:39 on the clock, Macy took another long shot from 20-25 yards out and put it in the goal for the second score.
“We did not play well tonight and Van Buren was a team that just kept on attacking. Our defense made some very uncommon mistakes that they haven’t done all season. Hopefully, this is just one of those games and we turn things around on Monday against St. Marys Memorial.”

Musketeer boys edge out Pioneers
FORT JENNINGS — The Fort Jennings boys subdued Lima Temple Christian 2-1 Thursday night at home.
Playing with the wind in the first 10 minutes of the half made a difference. With the wind, Lima Temple Christian came out hard with two attempts early but at the sixth minute, Evan Sutton and Taylor Zwiebel combined on a driven cross just from the left by-line to the right post net giving the Pioneers the initial lead.
Two minutes later, against the wind, Ft. Jennings came roaring back when Dylan Eldridge intercepted an LTC midfielder’s misplay at the right side of the centerline and sent a through ball to Chad Recker. Recker dribble-beat an outside back, entered the 18 box and slapped a low driven shot 16 yards out to beat the keeper inside the near post, tying the match at ones.
Thirty-three minutes later, the first half ended with the same score.
The wind was steady throughout the game, favoring the north end of the field. The Musketeers quickly took advantage of the conditions as the Pioneers had done the first half. Drew Grone tackled the ball four minutes into the second half from a left-sided LTC defender, dribbled toward the near post and drove a shot to the far post that caromed off the keeper’s hands to the feet of Alex Berelsman, who shot a low point-blank effort but was blocked by a scrambling defender. The ball rolled out eightyards center where Recker drove it low, splitting all Temple Christian defenders for his second goal and the final goal of the game.
The last 36 minutes saw most play in the Ft. Jennings’ middle third and attacking third of the field due to the wind and their tough defense.
Even with this field advantage, the Musketeers did not put a finishing touch to the chances they created allowing the two second-half Pioneer chances to be worrisome.
The Musketeers are 7-7-1 and Pioneers 3-10-2.     

Wildkittens sweep Lady ’Dawgs
BATH TOWNSHIP — Elida played at Bath Thursday night in Western Buckeye League volleyball action and lost 25-20, 25-21, 25-22.
Tops for the Lady Bulldogs (9-11, 3-4 WBL) were  Torie McAdams (14 kills, 3 blocks, 16 digs, 2 aces) and Katie Hawk (24 assists).
Elida won the junior varsity match 2-0.

LadyCats destroy Golden Bears
KALIDA — Kalida’s girls soccer team completely dominated Bryan 11-0 Thursday night at home.
Kalida (12-0-1) dominated the shots on-goal 20-1.
Skylar Basinger had three scores, Justine Verhoff two and one each for Summer Holtkamp, Kaylyn Verhoff, Emily Schnipke, Emily Melroy, Jackie Gardner and Makenna Vorst.
Holtkamp had three assists and Gardner and Melroy one each.
Sarah Verhoff had a save.
Courtney Retcher and Sarah Scantlen each had four stops.

 

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