Prep Roundup: H-L volleyball shuts out P-G

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Hopewell-Loudon’s Kenadee Siebenaller, left, goes up for an attempted block as Pandora-Gilboa’s Paige Fenstermaker hits in Monday’s Blanchard Valley Conference match. Hopewell-Loudon won 25-20, 25-20, 25-13. (Photo by David Simonis)

BASCOM — Jessie Kreais spiked 12 kills as Hopewell-Loudon swept Pandora-Gilboa 25-20, 25-20, 25-13 in Monday’s Blanchard Valley Conference match.
The Chieftains, who improved to 8-2 overall and remain unbeaten in the BVC at 3-0, also got six kills and four blocks from Kenadee Siebenaller. Jacque Burns had seven kills, Chelsey Depinet led with 12 digs and Hailey Coppus had 29 assists.
Paige Fenstermaker paced the Rockets (2-6, 1-2 BVC) with 11 kills and 10 digs. Taylor Schwab added three blocks and Addi Diller had 14 assists.

pandora-gilboa (2-6, 1-2 bvc)
KILLS: Paige Fenstermaker 11. ASSISTS: Addilyn Diller 14. DIGS: Fenstermaker 10, Kayla Ferguson 9. BLOCKS: Taylor Schwab 3.
hopewell-loudon (8-2, 3-0 bvc)
KILLS: Jessie Kreais 12, Jacque Burns 7, Kenadee Siebenaller 6. ASSISTS: Hailey Coppus 29. DIGS: Chelsey Depinet 12, Alex Falter 8. BLOCKS: Siebenaller 4, Kreais 2.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Hopewell-Loudon 25-13, 25-17.
FRESHMEN: Hopewell-Loudon 25-20, 25-20.

MAUMEE 3
ELMWOOD 0
BLOOMDALE — Elmwood fell to Maumee in straight sets 25-18, 25-18, 25-15 in nonleague action on Monday.
Peighton Troike led the Royals (1-8) with nine kills. Jill Hannah led with 14 digs and Lizzy Hall dished out a team-high 14 assists.

elmwood (1-8)
KILLS: Peighton Troike 9. ASSISTS: Lizzy Hall 14. DIGS: Jill Hannah 14.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Maumee 25-9, 25-17.

NEW RIEGEL 3
SENECA EAST 0
ATTICA — Seven months after scoring her 1,000th career point in basketball, New Riegel’s Brianna Gillig spiked her 1,000th kill in a straight-set win over Seneca East in nonleague action.
The Blue Jackets, who improved to 7-2, topped Seneca East 25-22, 25-18, 25-11 as Gillig tallied 17 kills to bring her career total up to 1,005. She was 31 of 37 attacking and added five digs.
Lindsay Bouillon was also a key factor for New Riegel serving a near-perfect 22 of 23 with four aces while leading with 23 assists and 10 digs.
Seneca East fell to 2-8 overall with the loss.

new riegel (7-2)
SERVING: Lindsay Bouillon 22-23, Christen Hohman 11-12, Lauren Theis 8-9. ACES: Bouillon 4. KILLS: Brianna Gillig 17, Jordan Hohman 7. SPIKING: Bri. Gillig 31-37, J. Hohman 11-11, Kaitlyn Kirian 12-15. ASSISTS: Bouillon 23. DIGS: Bouillon 10, Brooklyn Gillig 9, Madalyn Reinhart 7.

VAN BUREN 3
CORY-RAWSON 0
RAWSON — Van Buren swept Cory-Rawson in straight sets 25-16, 25-21, 25-22 and earned its first Blanchard Valley Conference win of the season on Monday night.
Lydia Reineke paced the Black Knights (5-3, 1-2 BVC) with 13 kills, Emma Reineke chipped in 10 kills and Lindsey Shaw dished 27 assists on 27 of 30 setting and led with a perfect 11 of 11 serving.
Cory-Rawson, which fell to 3-3 overall and 1-2 in the conference, was led by Roni Risner’s perfect 16 of 16 serving with four aces and 10 digs. Amanda Green added three aces with team-high of 13 kills and four blocks.

van buren (5-3, 1-2 bvc)
SERVING: Lindsey Shaw 11-11, Sarah Dishong 8-8. KILLS: Lydia Reineke 13, Emma Reineke 10, Sydney Leeper & Mackenzie Saltzman 6. serve receive: Jessica Rinehart 10-10. ASSISTS: Shaw 27. SETTING: Shaw 27-30. DIGS: Rinehart & Faith Dewalt 6, L. Reineke 5.
cory-rawson (3-3, 1-2 bvc)
SERVING: Roni Risner 16-16, Amanda Green 11-13, Sami Roth 11-13. ACES: Risner 4, Green 3. KILLS: Green 13, Riley Garmatter 9. SPIKING: Green 23-27, Garmatter 20-22. ASSISTS: Garmatter 13, Kate Yant 12. SETTING: Garmatter 32-34, Yant 33-36. DIGS: Garmatter 15, Roth 11, Risner 10. BLOCKS: Green 4.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Van Buren 25-3, 25-12.

VANLUE 3
RIVERDALE 2
VANLUE — Emma Biller was a perfect 32 of 32 serving with 11 aces and 22 total points in leading Vanlue back from a two-sets-to-none deficit to beat Riverdale 17-25, 23-25, 25-20, 25-16, 15-8 for its first Blanchard Valley Conference win of the season.
The Wildcats, who were without senior middle hitter Amanda Clymer, improved to 4-5 overall and 1-2 in the BVC.
Biller added a team-high 15 assists along with seven digs and six kills, while Maliah Snook led with 15 kills and eight blocks. Bethany Smith and Emma Franks each added seven kills, with Franks adding three aces and two blocks.
Riverdale fell to 0-8 overall and 0-3 in the BVC.

vanlue (4-5, 1-2 bvc)
POINTS: Emma Biller 22, Lauren Kin 10, Audrey Phillips 9, Maliah Snook 8. SERVING: Biller 32-32, Phillips 16-17, Emma Franks 11-11. ACES: Biller 11, Franks 3, Kin 3. KILLS: Snook 15, Franks 7, Bethany Smith 7. SPIKING: Snook 37-41, Biller 27-30, Franks 28-34, Smith 19-23. ASSISTS: Biller 15, Phillips 12. SETTING: Biller 53-57, Phillips 51-55. DIGS: Phillips 8, Biller 7, Franks 5. BLOCKS: Snook 8, Franks 2.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Riverdale 25-15, 25-15.

ARLINGTON 3
ARCADIA 0
ARLINGTON — Arlington’s Alyssa Jordan dished out 20 assists while adding a pair of blocks and aces as the Red Devils swept Arcadia 25-23, 25-21, 25-19 in a Blanchard Valley Conference volleyball match Monday.
Jenna Pepple (three aces), Addy Lafferty and Hannah Willow (two blocks) each had a team-high six kills for the Red Devils (7-1, 3-0 BVC). Morgan Wykes collected seven digs.
Samantha Watkins and Tori Green both had 10 kills for Arcadia (3-5, 0-3 BVC), with Watkins adding 18 digs and Green nine digs and three blocks. Caity Cramer had 27 assists and Sydney Ramsey collected 24 digs.

ARCADIA (3-5, 0-3 BVC)
POINTS: Samantha Watkins 8, Tori Green 6, Caity Cramer & Mallory Laveglia 5. SERVING: Watkins 13-14, Green 12-12, Laveglia 11-11. KILLS: Watkins & Green 10, Lyndee Ward 8. SPIKING: Watkins 33-40, Green 25-27, Ward 18-20. ASSISTS: Cramer 27. SETTING: Cramer 68-72. DIGS: Sydney Ramsey 24, Watkins 18, Green 9. BLOCKS: Green 3.
ARLINGTON (7-1, 3-0 BVC)
ACES: Jenna Pepple 3, Alyssa Jordan 2. KILLS: Pepple, Addy Lafferty & Hannah Willow 6, Kylie Rausch 4. ASSISTS: Jordan 20. DIGS: Morgan Wykes 7, Moriah Helms 6, Olivia Griggs & Lafferty 4. BLOCKS: Griggs, Jordan, Willow & Rausch 2.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Arlington, 25-20, 25-17.

MCCOMB 3
NORTH BALTIMORE 0
MCCOMB — Lauren Grubb served six aces, had eight kills, and dished off 21 assists Monday to lead McComb to a 25-13, 25-17, 25-6 victory over North Baltimore in a Blanchard Valley Conference volleyball match.
Hannah Schroeder led McComb (5-5, 3-0 BVC) with nine kills on 21 of 25 hitting. Schroeder had eight digs. Alysha Like had seven kills and seven digs, and Shaye Hemminger had a team-best 14 digs.
Katelyn Weinandy led North Baltimore (0-7, 0-3 BVC) with 28 digs and eight kills. Alivia Light added 15 digs and three kills, while Chloe Lanning had seven assists and a pair of aces.

McComb (5-5, 3-0 BVC)
SERVING: Lauren Grubb 28-28, Hannah Schroeder 11-11, Maddie Buck 7-8. ACES: Grubb 6. KILLS: Schroeder 9, Grubb 8, Alysha Like 7. SPIKING: Schroeder 21-25, Like 17-18, Chloe Spoon 12-13. ASSISTS: Grubb 21. SETTING: Grubb 79-80. DIGS: Shaye Hemminger 14, Schroeder 8, Like 7.
NORTH BALTIMORE (0-7, 0-3 BVC)
ACES: Chloe Lanning 2. KILLS: Katelyn Weinandy 8, Alivia Light 3. ASSISTS: Lanning 7. SETTING: Lanning 38-45. DIGS: Weinandy 28, Light 15, Mia McCartney 12.
JUNIOR VARSITY: McComb 25-22, 25-12.

Girls Soccer
VAN BUREN 5
CONTINENTAL 1
VAN BUREN — Van Buren and Continental were knotted at one apiece 25 minutes into the match before the Knights rattled off four unanswered goals to grab a 5-1 nonleague girls match on Monday.
Van Buren, which improved to 3-3-1, got goals from five different players including Hannah Missler, Zoe Horne, Madi Parker, Eve Masters and Lisa Simmons. Simmons and Grace Hoerig led the Knights with two assists each and Hannah Betts stopped eight shots.
Kaitlyn Alvarado scored for the Pirates (3-4-0), while Angel Brzozowski made six saves.
goals: (Cont) Kaitlyn Alvarado 1, (VB) Hannah Missler, Zoe Horne, Madi Parker, Eve Masters & Lisa Simmons 1. Assists: (Cont) Alex Hoeffel, (VB) Simmons &
Grace Hoerig 2, Josie Masters, E. Masters & Missler 1. shots-on-goal: Continental 9, Van Buren 12. saves: (Cont) Angel Brzozowski 6, (VB) Hannah Betts 8.
records: Continental 3-4-0, Van Buren 3-3-1.

Girls Golf
OREGON — Lake shot a 204 and took the crown in the Northern Buckeye Conference’s third shootout of the season beating runner-up Otsego’s 213 at Maumee Bay Golf Course on Monday.
Elmwood — which sits in fourth place with 17 team points in the standings — took third with a 224, Rossford (240) was fourth, Eastwood (250) was fifth and Genoa was sixth with a 266.
Kaylie Kingery and Taylor Tyson led the Royals with 54 each with Haley Zimmerman and Karson Palmer both carding a 58.
Lake’s Autumn Schmidt and Otsego’s Olivia Jackson shared medalist honors with a 46.
Otsego leads the team standings with 23 points, Lake is second with 20, Rossford (18) is third, Eastwood (12) is fifth and Genoa (6) is sixth. Fostoria did not have a team compete, nor did Woodmore.

Boys Golf
NORTH BALTIMORE — Elmwood’s Kaeleb Borner fired a 40 to finish tied for second as the Royals’ boys golf team placed fifth at the Northern Buckeye Conference Shootout at Birch Run Golf Club on Monday.
Elmwood finished with a 197, while Fostoria (212) was seventh out of eight teams. Genoa (162) won, followed by Eastwood (176), Woodmore (177) and Lake (180). Otsego (201) was sixth, and Rossford (230) eighth.
Braden Dauterman added a 48 for the Elmwood, while Aaron Smith (54) and Mason Greene (55) rounded out the Royals’ scores.
Jacob Counts and Karsen Bemis both had a 48 to lead Fostoria. Trey Groves shot a 49 and Dylan Stultz had a 67.
Genoa’s Austin Marley fired a 38 to earn medalist honors.

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