Buckeye Central remains unbeaten in N10

MORRAL — Lexi Evak smacked 13 kills and three blocks for Buckeye Central, leading the Bucks to a 25-15, 25-12, 25-14 sweep of Ridgedale in Northern 10 Athletic Conference action Wednesday.

Allyson Sostakowski added seven kills and four digs for the Bucks (6-3, 5-0 N10), while Allison Weithman tallied 24 assists, two kills, seven digs and an ace and Lydia Ackerman made 15 digs.

Two late goals

sink Columbian

Columbian knotted the game with Perkins at 2 early in the second half, but two late Pirates goals lifted them to a 4-2 Sandusky Bay Conference victory at Frost-Kalnow Stadium Wednesday.

Perkins got things started early with a Lucas Salmo goal eight minutes into the contest. TC’s Kylen Coopshaw tied the contest at 1 with a goal a minute later off an assist from Presley Eastlick. Perkins took the lead in the 33rd minute on a Anthony Schafer goal to give it a 2-1 lead at the half.

Eastlick tied the game with a penalty kick in the 52nd minute, but goals from Zack Morehart and Schafer lifted the Pirates.

TC’s Adam Schermer made six saves in net.

Rockets stay hot

BUCYRUS — A day after dispatching Carey, Ridgedale took down Mohawk 160-198 at New Winchester Wednesday in Northern 10 Athletic Conference play.

Leading the way for the Rockets was Grant Park with a 37. They also got 40s from Brock Williams and Jesse Schertzer and a 43 by Merrick Cooper.

For Mohawk, Logan Drum recorded a 44, while Kaiden Hammer added a 48, Zach King shot a 52 and Reese Hannam rounded out the scoring with a 54. Owen England (57) and Evan Kuenzli (58) also competed for the Warriors.

Chieftains win

BVC tri-match

CAREY — Hopewell-Loudon all scored in the 40s Wednesday at Bob’s Countryside to get a 183-191 win over Leipsic. Riverdale shot a 201.

For H-L, Cody Balliet shot a 42, while Kiley Cline and Owen Schumm both carded a 46 and Luke Graham ended with a 49. Devin Falter recorded a 56 and Tyson Swanagan was right behind him with a 57.

Mason Tadena’s 46 led the Vikings, while Mason Brandt (48), Jaden Siefker (48) and Brock Lammers (49) also contributed for Leipsic.

The Falcons got a 45 from Andrew Kuenzli, a 49 by Rease Haley, a 52 from Curtis Tracey and 55s by Justin Hartman and Jakob Tackett.

Fliers sweep


PORT CLINTON — Clyde made quick work of Port Clinton Wednesday with a 5-0 win.

In singles play, Clyde’s Lakotah Cagle topped Hannah Cross 6-0, 6-1 at No. 1, while Siera Hisey downed Alaina Dackermann 6-4, 6-1 at No. 2 and Madi Bannister beat Ally Batterton 6-4, 6-3 at No. 3.

It was similar in doubles as Clyde’s No. 1 duo of Hali Hagemeyer and Emma Strudthoff topped Amelia Smith and Olivia Eickert 6-3, 6-1 and the No. 2 team of Alyssa Lauer and Klara Miller defeated Madi McGlothlin and Paige Reineck 6-2, 6-3.

The Fliers improved to 5-4 overall.