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Warriors three-peat in Hoover Bowl

SYCAMORE — The Hoover Bowl has become a one-sided affair.

Mohawk beat Edison 25-18, 25-19, 18-25, 29-27 and Old Fort 27-25, 25-17, 25-22 Saturday in Hoover Bowl V, giving coach Eric Hoover a three-peat in the annual event that pits teams coached by him, his brother, Sean, and their mother, Nancy.

The event began in 2015, marking the first time all three Hoovers had faced each other on the court.

Sean Hoover’s Edison team took the first title and Nancy Hoover’s Old Fort squad did so in 2016, followed by the three wins in a row by the Warriors.

This year’s results gave Mohawk its first two wins of the year and evened its mark at 2-2.

“This was a nice way to finish a tough week,” Eric Hoover said after his Warriors started the year with a pair of five-set defeats.

Paityn Clouse tallied 31 kills, eight digs and three aces for the Warriors and Catherine Klopp crushed 28 kills.

Alexa Konkle (2 aces) registered 76 assists, 12 digs and three kills, Ellie Shaw came up with 44 digs, Jordan Tyree chipped in 20 digs and three aces and Ella Hoover ended with 14 digs.

Emma Thiery added 10 kills and five digs, Tess Weinandy (2 aces) had nine digs and eight kills, and Marah Gillig turned in 15 digs and seven kills.

Old Fort (0-4) lost 22-25, 25-23, 27-25, 25-20 to Edison.

Emily Hull (2 aces) tallied 38 assists and six digs for Old Fort and Emily Blankenship had 26 assists, six digs and five aces.

Savannah McCoy added 25 digs, 12 kills and four aces for the Stockaders, MarcQue Harris had 23 digs and six aces and Jordan Reineck came up with 22 digs.

Grace Wasserman (2 blocks) hammered 21 kills, Chloe Wilkinson lined 13, Christa Kuhn crushed nine and Riley Lehner added three. Kara Davidson smacked eight kills and four blocks.

Columbian goes to 5-0 with sweep of Rams

UPPER SANDUSKY — Addi Conti notched a triple-double as Columbian cruised through the first two games at Upper Sandusky.

Things were tougher in the third game, but the Tornadoes prevailed in a sweep, 25-14, 25-18, 31-29.

Columbian moved to 5-0 this season.

Conti smashed 16 kills and 12 digs, while serving three aces and dishing out 16 assists. Riley Roggow added nine kills, three blocks and two aces for TC. Amara Solomon registered six kills and seven digs and Olivia Jacobs added two kills and 19 assists.

Eve Smith gave the Rams (1-3) a double-double with 13 digs and 11 assists, while Jadyn Smalley came up with 27 digs.

Emily Hill added nine digs and seven kills, Sydney Stuckman drilled seven kills and Jenna Kurtz belted two blocks.

Carey can’t catch Monroeville

CAREY — Monroeville overpowered Carey 25-14, 25-18, 25-18 Saturday.

Emma Wagner paced the Blue Devils (1-2) in the loss with 25 assists, nine digs and two aces.

McKenzie Row tallied 14 digs, nine kills and three blocks, Ellison Roark had eight digs, Bailey Tanner drilled six kills, Sadie Arend (2 blocks) lined four kills and Alaina Tiell (2 blocks) smacked three kills.

Forehand shares medalist honors, SE ends third

GALION — Jay Forehand claimed co-medalist honors Saturday to help Seneca East take third at the Mount Gilead Invitational at Sycamore Creek Golf Course.

Forehand fired a 76 for the Tigers, who finished third overall with a 331.

Pleasant won the team title with a 328.

Andrew Kalb added an 81 for Seneca East, Turner Bridgford shot an 84 and Andy Bauman had a 90. Jon Margraf (93) also played for the Tigers.

Kenton runs away from Rams

KENTON — Hannah Holland had a hat trick and two assists and Gabi Wetherill scored twice Saturday to fuel Kenton’s 7-1 win against Upper Sandusky.

The Wildcats (4-0) never trailed, using goals by Ali Harpel, Wetherill and Holland to forge a 3-0 lead.

The Rams (1-3) got on the board off a Kenton own goal with 3:36 left in the first half.

Upper Sandusky’s Mia Norris centered the ball to Hannah Windau, who played the ball upfield. Riley Messersmith then pressured Kenton center back Keelee Barrett into playing the ball backward toward her own goalkeeper, but she played it too far wide and it went into the net.

The second half belonged to Kenton, with Wetherill scoring, Holland added two scores and Sidney Plott finding the net. Lauren Bartlett added an assist.

Cortni Brown had 13 saves for Upper Sandusky and Kenton’s Kailin Heberling had one.

Wildcats overwhelm Rams

UPPER SANDUSKY — Kenton raced out to a 4-0 halftime lead Saturday en route to beating Upper Sandusky’s boys 6-1.

K.P. Miller scored twice to lead the Wildcats (4-0).

The lone goal for the Rams (1-3) came early in the second half, when Jaidyn Thiel took a pass from Jack Orians and scored to cut the deficit 5-1.

Brent Rader tallied three saves in goal for Kenton. Upper Sandusky’s Luke Amert (3) and Zach Shaeffer (5) combined for eight saves.

Rams race to crown

NORTH ROBINSON — Kameryn Webb and Troy Mawer each turned in top-10 times Saturday to lead Upper Sandusky past Northmor 64-85 for the Colonel Crawford Early Bird Invitational boys championship.

Webb crossed the line eighth in 18:03.59 and Mawer clocked in 10th in 18:13.26 for the Rams.

Emery Pahl (18:31.13) and Micah Harris (18:34.07) ran 13th and 14th for Upper Sandusky, and Keith Sammet ended 19th (18:44.17).

Landon Field (23rd, 19:03.31) and Allans Ramos (41st, 19:41.82) also ran for the champion Rams.

Buckeye Central finished ninth with 261 points and Carey came in 11th (275) in the 14-team field.

Caden Young’s 22nd (19:01.4) paced Buckeye Central, and Anthony Millinger took 35th (19:30.88).

Carey got a 37th from Tanner Stoll (19:36.78) and a 63rd from Bryce Young (20:29.93).

Reinhart wins, Blue Devils take third

NORTH ROBINSON — Carey’s Sarah Reinhart cruised to the individual title Saturday, guiding Carey to third overall in the girls field at the Colonel Crawford Early Bird Invitational.

Reinhart won the individual race in 19:40.74, bettering runner-up Louie Hallabrin (20:32.06) of Cardington-Lincoln by just over 51 seconds.

Northmor powered past Western Reserve 39-68 for the team championship, with Carey upending Upper Sandusky 90-120 for third. Buckeye Central ended seventh (175) out of nine teams.

Juliana Boes backed Reinhart by claiming 14th (21:31.7), Nellie Bianchi took 25th (22:46.44), Addystin Lykins ended 32nd (23:42.35) and Summer Bouillon finished 35th (23:58.78).

Abby Allison (36th, 24:01.87) and Liberty Heinze (55th, 25:32.31) also ran for Carey.

Macey Mewhorter’s 13th (21:31.12) sparked Upper Sandusky and Gracie Manns came in 18th (22:09.81).

Taylor Ratliff ended 23rd (22:34.17) for Buckeye Central and Katy Hagerty finished 27th (22:50.88).

Kenton runs away from Rams

KENTON — Hannah Holland had a hat trick and two assists and Gabi Wetherill scored twice Saturday to fuel Kenton’s 7-1 win against Upper Sandusky.

The Wildcats (4-0) never trailed, using goals by Ali Harpel, Wetherill and Holland to forge a 3-0 lead.

The Rams (1-3) got on the board off a Kenton own goal with 3:36 left in the first half.

Upper Sandusky’s Mia Norris centered the ball to Hannah Windau, who played the ball upfield. Riley Messersmith then pressured Kenton center back Keelee Barrett into playing the ball backward toward her own goalkeeper, but she played it too far wide and it went into the net.

The second half belonged to Kenton, with Wetherill scoring, Holland added two scores and Sidney Plott finding the net. Lauren Bartlett added an assist.

Cortni Brown had 13 saves for Upper Sandusky and Kenton’s Kailin Heberling had one.

Wildcats overwhelm Rams

UPPER SANDUSKY — Kenton raced out to a 4-0 halftime lead Saturday en route to beating Upper Sandusky’s boys 6-1.

K.P. Miller scored twice to lead the Wildcats (4-0).

The lone goal for the Rams (1-3) came early in the second half, when Jaidyn Thiel took a pass from Jack Orians and scored to cut the deficit 5-1.

Brent Rader tallied three saves in goal for Kenton. Upper Sandusky’s Luke Amert (3) and Zach Shaeffer (5) combined for eight saves.

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