Prep Roundup: Bellevue golf wins NOL, TC sixth
CLYDE – Bellevue had three of its golfers shoot in the 70s.
Only one other team – Willard – had one person break 80.
The result was the Redmen winning the Northern Ohio League Tournament, scoring 315.
Norwalk, which finished second, shot a 338.
Columbian was sixth out of seven teams, shooting 365.
Bellevue’s Ryan Wilburn was the medalist, shooting a 76, while teammate Isaac Hartley fired a 77 and fellow Redmen Dylan Dewitt shot a 79.
Willard’s Logan Schaub shot a 79, helping the Flashes to a fourth place finish (349). Shelby, led by Brock Kelers’ 85, took third (348).
As for the Tornadoes, they were led by Jack Burkes, who shot an 86. T.J. Wickham had an 88 for the Tornadoes, while Graydon Bunting was a stroke behind Wickham.
Eline Widman had a 102, while Wesley Henkel and Logan Gardner each shot a 108.
Jackets hit a baker’s dozen
NEW LONDON – New Riegel went on the road and came back with its 13th victory of the season. The Blue Jackets stayed unbeaten, crushing New London 25-7, 25-9, 25-19.
Lauren Ladd and Kara Scherger each tallied 15 kills in the win. Ladd also dished out 11 assists and Scherger picked up a team-high 16 digs. Taylor Arbogast added 11 kills, nine digs and three aces.
Alexis Kieffer had four kills, Natalie Reinhart had 11 digs, Brittany Gillig picked up 10 digs and Morgan Noftz handed out 26 assists.
Comets fly by Raiders
GENOA – Lakota couldn’t get it going on the road, losing to Genoa 25-14, 25-23, 22-25, 25-12.
Katie Park recorded nine kills and three aces for the Raiders, while Bree Long-Meyer had the team high with 10 kills and eight digs. Alaina Bickford led the team with 31 digs. Aubrey Bickford added 14 digs and 23 assists.
The loss dropped Lakota to 1-10.
Mohawk comes up even
BUCYRUS – Mohawk ended the day even, with a win over Wynford (25-21, 25-23) and a loss to Monroeville (25-15, 25-23) during their tri-match at Wynford.
Julie Adelsperger recorded nine kills, 13 digs, and an ace on the day for the Warriors. Taylor McClain led the team in digs with 14 and Kasey Adelsperger had 17 kills and three digs.
Clara Adelsperger recorded seven digs, one ace, and 35 assists for Mohawk.
The Warriors now sit 9-3 this season.