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Prep Roundup: Perrysburg boys top No. 10 Akron Copley (09-09-13) PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 09 September 2013 09:36
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Perrysburg's Michael Bosworth (3) steals the ball from an Akron Copley player as teammate Jacob Kirby (14) looks on during their game Saturday afternoon at Perrysburg Jr. High School. (Photo: Shane Hughes/Sentinel-Tribune)
Perrysburg's boys soccer team defeated visiting Akron Copley, 1-0 Saturday. PHOTO GALLERY
Copley was ranked No. 10 in the Division I state poll.
Albert Damsi scored the only goal of the game on a free kick from Michael Bosworth.
Kyle Rowan made five saves for the Yellow Jackets.

BGHS 6, Lake 0
Chance Bailey scored three goals as Bowling Green improved to 4-3 overall with a nonleague win.
Lucas Bouzat, Keller Mathis and Clark Mayberry had the other BG goals, while Brian LeGalley had two assists, and Josiah Nichols and Kassie Memmer each had one assist.
BG's Tony Reisberg made four saves.

GIRLS
Perrysburg 0,
Bishop Watterson 0, tie
In Columbus, Sarah Baer had three saves as Perrysburg played a nonleague tie.
Perrysburg is 2-0-1 overall.

Eastwood 2, Napoleon 2, tie
In Napoleon, the Wildcats scored the only goal of the second half to gain a nonleague tie.
Courtney Niswander and Maddie Cherry scored the Eastwood goals, and Desi Nidiffer had one assist.
Eastwood's Alex Brockschmidt had seven saves.

VOLLEYBALL
BG beaten twice
In Findlay, Bowling Green lost to the host Trojans (25-23, 25-21) and Mansfield Madison (25-23, 25-19) in nonleague play.
Against Findlay, BG's leaders were: Maddy Dunn, eight kills, two blocks; Mackenzie Dunn, 12 assists, four aces; and Hanna Williford, 14 digs.
Against Madison, BG's leaders were: Amanda Barndt, six kills; and Williford, 11 digs.

Elmwood wins
In Hamler, Elmwood improved to 5-5 overall with a 25-13, 25-21, 25-16 nonleague win over Patrick Henry
Elmwood's leaders were: Amanda Jones, 18 assists, eight digs; Madison Arnold, eight kills; Marissa Swavel, eight digs, three aces; Jasmine Marsh, nine kills, five digs; and Kara Buchman, five kills.

NB loses twice
In Arlington, North Baltimore lost to the host Red Devils (25-12, 25-10) and Ada (25-17, 25-13) in nonleague action.
Against Arlington, NB's leaders were: M. Stewart, six digs; M. Ray, three kills, one block; M. Rein, nine assists; O. Frost, two kills, nine digs; and C. Hernandez, four digs, one kill.
Against Ada, NB's leaders were; Stewart, 13 digs; J. Bretz, six digs; D. Buchanan, two digs; Ray, two blocks, two kills; Rein, four assists and Frost, four blocks, six digs.

GOLF
BOYS
BGHS finishes 13th
In the Black Knight Classic at Red Hawk Run in Findlay, Bowling Green was 13th with a 354 total in the 15-team event.
Cincinnati St. Xavier won with a 310 total.
BG's scorers were: Trey Walker, 76; Tad McKanna, 90; Phillip Rich, 93; and Alex Noble, 95.

Lake finishes fourth
At Birch Run Golf Course in North Baltimore, Lake finished fourth with a 351 total and NB was seventh with a 367 in the 11-team Tiger Invitational.
Lake's scores were: Jeff Wilson, 87; and Michael Kranz, Owen Johnson, Dylan Mauder, each 88.
NB's scores were: Brock Boyer, 82; Jacob Frost, 89; Garrett Boyer, 94; and Chad Wright, Noah Brian, both 102.

Junior varsity results
VOLLEYBALL
Patrick Henry beat Elmwood, 25-22, 25-23.

Freshmen results
VOLLEYBALL
Patrick Henry beat Elmwood, 22-25, 25-23, 25-6.
 

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