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Friday, 04 October 2013 08:45
Eastwood volleyball beats Rossford

Eastwood's volleyball team improved to 13-4 overall and 10-2 in the Northern Buckeye Conference Thursday with a 25-11, 25-18, 25-22 win over visiting Rossford.
Leaders for the Eagles were: Jaci Juergens, four aces, 34 assists, 13 digs; Aly Decker, two aces; Bri Hoodlebrink, two aces, 11 kills; Elise Wolff, one ace, 18 kills, eight digs; and Emily Hayward, six kills, four blocks.
Rossford's leaders were: Alex Birdsell, five blocks; Mikhala Dunne, eight assists, two aces; Julie Hotz, six kills, two blocks; Margo Jackson, nine digs; Maggie Leahy, eight kills, five digs; and Danielle Miller, nine assists.
Rossford is 7-5 in the NBC.

Elmwood beats Fostoria
In Jerry City, Elmwood was a 25-6, 25-4, 25-13 winner over Fostoria to improve to 9-3 in the NBC.
Leading the Royals were: Amanda Jones, 32 assists; Madison Arnold, 16 kills, three aces; Marissa Swavel, eight digs, two aces; Jasmine Marsh, 14 kills; and Ashley Veryser, five kills.

BGHS wins
Bowling Green defeated Southview, 25-14, 15-20, 15-25, 25-14 in a Northern Lakes League match.
BG's leaders were: Maddy Dunn, 15 kills, five blocks, 18 digs; and Courtney Spears, 15 kills.

North Baltimore loses
In North Baltimore, Hopewell-Loudon was a 25-11, 25-16, 25-8 winner over North Baltimore in a Midland Athletic League match.
Leaders for NB were: Mackenzie Stewart, 17 digs; Maddie Ray, five kills, three blocks; Dominique Buchanan, 15 digs, two kills; and Kaley McCartney, two kills.

SOCCER
BOYS
BGHS 2, Toledo Start 1
In Toledo, Kassie Memmer had a goal and an assist to lead BG to a nonleague win.
Tony Reisberg also scored for the Bobcats, while Zach DeSola had five saves.
BG is 10-4-1.

Woodmore 5, Lake 3
In Elmore, Lake fell to 9-3-1 overall and 3-5-1 in the NBC .
Lake's Corey Pierce scored twice and Jeremy Likes added a goal and an assist.
Vince Askins recorded two saves for Lake.

GIRLS
Eastwood 5, Genoa 0
In Luckey, Courtney Niswander's two goals led Eastwood to an NBC win.
Reagan Boice and Maddie Cherry each had a goal and an assist for the Eagles, while Megan Rolf added a goal.
Maddie Wilson and Berkleigh Zura recorded assists and Morgan Donaldson stopped three shots in goal.

Junior varsity results
VOLLEYBALL
Perrysburg beat Northview, 25-12, 25-19.
Southview beat Bowling Green, 22-25, 25-20, 25-17. Brianna Finger and Stephanie Hermes each had four kills for BG. Maggie Venis added eight assists, while Kinsey Kale recorded 10 digs.
Elmwood beat Fostoria, 25-10, 25-8.
Rossford beat Eastwood.
North Baltimore beat Hopewell-Loudon, 26-24, 25-20.

Junior high results
FOOTBALL
EIGHTH GRADE
Napoleon beat Bowling Green, 28-18. Brian Dible scored two touchdowns for BG and Nick Jackson caught a touchdown pass from Spencer Rader.  Leaders for the defense were: Patrick Freeworth, Cam Nagel, Sam Steffen, Dible, and Jackson all with six or more tackles. Nagel and Kaleb Fair added Interceptions, and Nagel recovered a fumble.
Eastwood beat Rossford 34-20. Eastwood's Jake Pickerel had a touchdown pass to Cade Boos, and Pickerel ran for another score. Cory Coffman caught a two-point conversion from Pickerel. Boos also had a two-point conversion run and a fumble recovery while Cooper Comes, Ian Downard and Grant Hirzel each had rushing scores. Zach Henline recovered a fumble and Tyler Haas and Downard each had interceptions.
SEVENTH GRADE
Napoleon beat Bowling Green, 46-0.
Rossford beat Eastwood, 20-0.

VOLLEYBALL
SEVENTH GRADE
Perrysburg beat Eastwood, 28-26, 25-22. Sarah Briscoe had three aces for Eastwood, while Katie Duquette had two assists.
 

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