4 in top 10 propels TC girls at Ontario
ONTARIO -Columbian placed four girls in the top 10, and took first in a cross country meet with three other Northern Ohio League schools.
The Tornadoes’ Derra Cheatham placed second overall, trailing only Shelby’s Macy Lynch, who took first in 21:43. Cheatham finished win 22:17, with teammate Amanda Schwartz coming in right behind in 22:42.
Cassandra Gooding finished fourth for the Tornadoes, while Lexi Desjardins took 10th.
On the boys side, Columbian’s Kyler Lange finished fourth in 19:28. As a team, the Tornadoes finished last, scoring 93 points.
Ontario’s Brett Corteletti won the race in 17:45, while Norwalk won the team title with 27 points.
Emerick, Duress spur on Rams
ADA – Taylor Emerick and Sam Duress each scored twice and added an assist Tuesday in Upper Sandusky’s 8-3 weather-shortened North Central Ohio Soccer Association win over Ada.
Cameron Brady and Brandon Miller also each scored twice for the Rams, who led 4-1 at halftime.
The Rams (4-0, 1-0 NCOSA) led 8-2 in the second half before Cole East scored his second goal for the Bulldogs (0-3, 0-1).
The game was halted shortly after because of thunder and was eventually called.
Aaron Pirc and Alec McGinn each added an assist for Upper Sandusky.
Ada’s other goal came from Erryk Kateyama, with East providing the assist.
Upper Sandusky out-shot Ada 18-10. Clay Musgrave had seven saves for the Rams, and Ace Gamble stopped 10 for the Bulldogs.
Barons double up Ram girls
UPPER SANDUSKY – Maddie Oberle scored two goals and Haley Cowan stopped 10 shots Tuesday as Buckeye Valley doubled up Upper Sandusky 4-2 in girls soccer.
The Barons (3-1) led 3-1 at halftime after goals by Sok Som, Oberle and Jillian Hon.
Assists came from Erin Lewis and Anna Cox.
The Rams (3-1) got a pair of goals from Grace Miller. She converted a pass from Jaime Calvin with 10:35 left in the first half to cut the deficit to 2-1, then scored on a penalty kick with a little more than four minutes left in the game.
Makenna Searls had 17 saves for Upper Sandusky.
Clyde slides by Perkins
SANDUSKY – Clyde dropped two of the three singles matches in its Sandusky Bay Conference opener against Perkins, but took both doubles matches for a 3-2 win.
Brooke Smith and Clara Sewell dropped the first set to Carlee Vaughn and Susan Jiang, but rallied to win a tiebreaker in the third set for a 3-6, 6-4, 7-6 (6-3) win.
In the other doubles match, Jane Kardotzke and Melissa Laconis beat Karina Haycook and Danielle Schwerer 6-1, 6-3.
Emi Bowers scored Clyde’s lone singles win, downing Priscilla Nguyen 6-4, 6-2 in the No. 2 match.
Perkins got a win at No. 1 singles from Olivia Rohrbacher over Andrea Nearhood 6-0, 6-0, and at No. 3 from Serena Bruno over Marissa Gill by injury default when the match was tied 6-6 in the first set.
Gorrell shoots 38, but VB wins
MCCOMB – Hopewell-Loudon’s Bryce Gorrell shot 38 for the second time in as many days, but Van Buren’s Hunter Foltz matched the score, and three other Black Knight shot 40 or less to win a tri-match that also included host McComb.
Van Buren fired a 157 for the victory, with the Chieftains holding off McComb 170-175 for second.
Schuyler Turner had a 39 for the Black Knights in the win, with Britton Jackson and Cole Ohlrich each putting up a 40.
Tyler Rohe shot a 41 for the Chieftains.
McComb was led by Cody Franks’ 42.
Margraf’s 39 paces Warriors
BUCYRUS – Chet Margraf’s 39 paced Mohawk in a 164-187 win Monday over host Bucyrus.
Billy Dunlap and Carson Weinandy shot twin 41s for the Warriors, who improved to 3-0 overall and in Northern 10 Athletic Conference play.
Brayden Dunlap added a 43 for the Warriors, while Nathan Kimmit had a 49 and Cole Harrison a 60.
The Redmen were led by Keogan Perdue’s 43.