Prep Roundup: Columbian runs on Kiesel motor

Christian Kiesel pumped out two goals, and one assist to help Columbian pump out a 5-1 victory over Sandusky.

Kiesel had the assist on the game’s first goal by Spencer Pauly in the sixth minute, adding his own unassisted score in the 55th minute. His second goal came in the 58th minute, with the assist from Mike Brady.

Brady scored the final goal unassisted in the 74th minute.

Columbian’s Alec Demith also added a goal in the 31st minute off an from Nathaniel Gilmer.

Sandusky’s lone goal was scored by Evan Mcgory in the 17th minute.

Josh Gibson stopped one of the five shots for the Tornadoes (8-1).

Bryan Williams had 21 saves against 32 shots for Sandusky (1-7).

Columbian next plays Thursday at Van Buren.

Old Fort best in quad

BETTSVILLE – Old Fort evened up its season record at 8-8 after winning a quad-meet Tuesday at Nature Trails. The Stockaders ran away with first, scoring a 163. New Riegel and Bettsville tied for second with 217s. Calvert did not field a full team.

Old Fort’s Adam Alexander was day’s medalist, firing an even-par 37. Teammate Brad Heilman wasn’t too far behind him with a 39. Maison Steyer added a 41 and Trey Hossler a 46 for Old Fort.

Bettsville got a 44 from Ryan Hager and a 53 from Kenneth Stander, while Aaron Reinhart’s 50 paced New Riegel.

Only three Calvert golfers participated. Matt Huffmon led the Senecas with a 43. Bryan Kennedy added a 47 and Henry Burns a 50.

Tigers claw past Warriors

UPPER SANDUSKY – Mohawk’s Katelynn Kinley shared the low round of the day with North Baltimore’s Rachel Reten, each posting 45s. But North Baltimore got a 51 from Kelcie Blan and a 52 from Lindsay Davis which proved to be the difference in a 206-223 Tiger victory at Lincoln Hills.

Mohawk got a 57 from Brooke Weininger, a 59 from Chelsea Clinger and a 62 from Michaela Cook.

Old Fort second at own invitational

OLD FORT – Four Old Fort runners placed in the top 10, and the Stockaders took second overall at their own invitationals.

Brad Bannister took fifth as the Stockaders’ top finisher at the Old Fort Invitational. He finished in 18:09.51, with teammates Elliot Philmore (18:18.02) and Tito Lopez (18:24) finishing right behind him. Old Fort had 40 points, four off Crestview’s winning total. Old Fort’s Donald Young took ninth in 18:37.57.

A.J. Trent won the race in 17:11.39, and the Crestview runner led his school to a first-place finish.

Clyde finished fourth at the event with 120 points. Austin Gale took 10th in 18:24.42 for the Fliers.

New Riegel finished eighth (176) led by Caleb Welly, who took 24th (19:42.05).

Clyde girls take runner-up spot at Old Fort Invite

OLD FORT – Olivia Hammons won and Chloe Ruttschaw added a top-10 effort Tuesday to lead Clyde’s runner-up finish at the Old Fort Invitational.

Hammons crossed the line in 20:24.34 and Ruttschaw claimed ninth (21:52.66) for the Fliers, who fell 42-77 to Liberty-Benton.

New Riegel ended sixth (124), thanks to Morgan Nye’s 22nd (23:12.27) and Gidge Elchert’s 25th (23:46.73).

Old Fort, Seneca East and Bettsville did not field full teams.

Kayla Garza ran fifth (21:00.44) for Old Fort and Jackie Becker added an 18th (22:57.58).

Seneca East’s Jaclyn Williams (25:17.29) and Alyssa England (25:17.81) crossed the line 43rd and 44th. Bettsville got a 68th from Alexis Davis (29:29.17) and an 80th from Kaitlyn Dymond (31:35.03).

Redmen fifth at NBC Jamboree

WOODVILLE – C.J. Matheney claimed 13th to top Fostoria’s efforts Tuesday at the Northern Buckeye Conference Jamboree at Hidden Hills. Meet officials did not provided times. Fostoria finished fifth with 140 points. Peter Nunez added a 25th for the Redmen.

On the girls side, Eastwood got the top two placers, and ran away with a win the event. Maddie Jackson won the race in 19:33.24, and Hannah Sponaugle finished in 19:53.77.

Fostoria had two runners. Taylor Keeley finished 39th in 26:33.79, while Andrea Keckler finished 48th in 29:21.81.