Chieftains fifth at BVC Tournament

KALIDA — Hopewell-Loudon got a 90 from Jena Huffman, and finished fifth at the eight-school Blanchard Valley Conference tournament in Kalida.

It was a good day for Huffman, who was named, along with teammate Garrett White as a BVC honorable mention selection.

As a team, the Chieftains shot a 381.

White shot a 97 Wednesday, while Cody Baliet had a 95. Deavan Gosche, who was a second team all-BVC selection, finished with a 101.

Conner White shot a 99 for the Chieftains, while Marcus White had a 106.

Van Buren won the meet, shooting a 294.

The Black Knights’ Hunter Foltz shot a 69 to lead all players.

Tornadoes blow by Flashes and Streaks

WILLARD – Garydon shot a medal-winning 37 – one over par- to help his Columbian Tornadoes beat the Willard Flashes and Sandusky Blue Streaks. The Tornadoes shot 168, the Flashes were second at 175, and the Blue Streaks notched a 224.

The rest of the Columbian scorers were within a few shots of each other. Trevor McCarthy registered a 42. Andrew Branson (44) and Noah Widman (45) rounded out the Columbian scorecard.

Bucks fall to Colts

NEW WASHINGTON – Buckeye Central (10-9) fell to Clear Fork Wednesday, 201-207.

The Bucks were led by Paige Shealy, who shot a 48, followed by Willa Obringer, who fired a 51. Rounding out the scorecard for Buckeye Central were Alli Stahl (54) and Tori Thimmes (54).

Flashes hold own against Tornadoes

WILLARD – Willard’s Shelby Moneypenny had the medal-winning score of 41 to help her squad beat Columbian, 201-207.

Ava Sarka led the Tornadoes with a score of 46. Andrea Spruck was close behind as she carded a 49. Taylor Losey (56) and Meredith Obringer (61) rounded out the scoring for Columbian.

Chieftains swat Hornets

RAWSON – Hopewell-Loudon allowed just 10 points in the first two games Wednesday, and swept Cory-Rawson 25-7, 25-3, 25-22.

For the Chieftains, Alexis Feindel had six kills and four aces, while Brooke Arbogast led Hopewell-Loudon with seven kills. Jacque Burns had six kills and five assists. Kenadee Siebenaller and Jessica Kreais each had four kills.