|Prep Roundup: BG girls soccer shuts out Miller City (09-17-13)|
|Written by Sentinel Sports Staff|
|Tuesday, 17 September 2013 10:12|
Bowling Green's girls soccer team beat Miller City, 1-0, Monday.
Hope Teggart, off a Tateum Venn assist, scored for BG.
BG's Livvy Dill made five saves.
Lake 6, Rossford 0
In Millbury, Catie Phalen had a goal and an assist Saturday as Lake blanked Rossford in a Northern Buckeye Conference matchup.
Also scoring goals for Lake were: Kayla Saffron, Hannah Robie, Jordyn Taylor, Rebekah Swarts, and Kaity Weis. Allison Perry, Alyx Fisher, and Nicole Jones each added an assist.
Lauren Ozuk made two saves for Lake, 5-3 overall and 4-1 in the NBC.
At Sycamore Hills Golf Club in Fremont, Northwood lost a Toledo Area Athletic Conference matchup Monday.
Dylan Makowski led the way for the Rangers, shooting a 46.
Other scorers for Northwood were: Shelby Smith, 48; Dustin Sigurdson, 49; and Ryan Schumaker, 51.
Miller City 161, NB 177
At Pike Run Golf Club in Ottawa, North Baltimore (177) took second in a triangular to Miller City (161). Tinora finished third with a 184.
Brock Boyer was the leader for NB shooting a 43.
Other scorers for the Tigers were: Chad Wright, 44; and Jacob Frost and Noah Brian, 45 each.
Perrysburg 183, Maumee 230
At Heather Downs Country Club in Toledo, Perrysburg's Katie Diehl and Katie Krieger were the medalists with a 45 each.
Other scorers for the 'Jackets were: Madison Williams, 46; and Monica Dorner, 47.
Rossford defeated Swanton, 25-22, 17-25, 25-20, 26-24.
Arcadia beats NB
Arcadia beat North Baltimore, 25-3, 25-15, 25-7 in a nonleague match.
NB's leaders were: Mackenzie Stewart, 18 digs; Makayla Rein, nine assists; and Kenzie Carles, nine digs.
Junior varsity results
At Sugar Creek Golf Course in Elmore, Eastwood and Woodmore tied at 194.
In the event of a tie, the final score is determined by the fifth and sixth players scores, but those were also ties.
The leader for Eastwood was Joe Boyk with a 46.
Swanton beat Rossford, 22-25, 25-22, 26-24.
Arcadia beat North Baltimore, 21-25, 26-24, 25-13.
Junior high results
Eastwood beat Lake 25-18, 25-13.
Leaders for Eastwood were: Hannah Hodulik, six kills, four aces, two blocks; Abby Schroeder, five assists, one kill, one block; and Meghan Melcher, three aces.
Eastwood defeated Lake, 16-25, 25-21, 25-23.
Leaders for Eastwood were: Pamela Jacobs, four aces, four kills; Alissa Ray, four assists, three aces; Bailey Ramlow, four aces; and Sanaa Brown, Hannah Owens, Kyra Contris and Carleigh Coffield, two aces each.
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