|Prep Roundup: Perrysburg volleyball beats Anthony Wayne (09-27-13)|
|Written by Sentinel Sports Staff|
|Friday, 27 September 2013 09:32|
The Yellow Jackets are 16-1 overall and 10-0 in the league.
Perrysburg's leaders were: Audra Appold: 23 kills, 11 digs, two aces; Graesyn Pawlak: 27 digs; Chloe Matuga: 43 assists; and Savannah Miller, nine kills, eight digs.
BGHS loses to Springfield
Springfield was a 17-25, 25-19, 25-16, 25-21 winner over Bowling Green in an NLL match.
BG's leaders were: Maddy Dunn, 17 kills,10 digs, two aces; Mackenzie Dunn, 20 assists, 11 digs, three aces; and Hanna Williford, 21 digs.
Otsego beats Elmwood
In Jerry City, Otsego swept the Northern Buckeye Conference match, 25-21, 25-19, 26-24.
Otsego is 9-1 in the NBC to tie Eastwood for first place, Those two teams play at Otsego Tuesday. Elmwood and Rossford are third at 7-3.
Otsego's leaders were: Abby Hesselschwardt, 17 kills; Morgan Smoyer, 12 kills; Lindsey Donald, seven kills; Mackenzy Varner, 42 assists; Savannah Schwind, 11 digs; and Kylie Asmus, eight digs.
Elmwood's leaders were: Amanda Jones, 30 assists; Madison Arnold, 10 kills; Marissa Swavel, nine digs; Jasmine Marsh, 10 kills, eight digs; Ashley Veryser, eight kills; and Sarah Williams, nine digs.
Rossford tops Genoa
In Genoa, Rossford was a 9-25, 25-21, 25-17, 25-23 winner in an NBC match.
Rossford's leaders were: Alex Birdsell, 10 kills, three blocks; Karly Durco, eight kills, 12 digs; Julie Hotz, 15 kills, five blocks, 10 digs; Margo Jackson, 13 digs, three kills; Maggie Leahy, nine kills, 18 digs; and three kills; Mikhala Dunne, 22 assists, two aces; and Danielle Meller, 18 assists.
Lakota beats NB
In Kansas, Lakota was a 25-18, 25-14, 25-21 winner over North Baltimore in a Midland Athletic League match.
Toledo St. John's 2, tie
In Perrysburg, Stephen Beaujean scored twice for the Yellow Jackets in a nonleague game.
Kyle Rowan recorded six saves for Perrysburg, 6-5-2 overall.
Lake 1, Genoa 0
In Millbury, Robbie Cruz scored for Lake in an NBC match.
Vince Askins made two saves for the Flyers, 3-7-1 overall and 3-3-1 in the NBC.
Eastwood 6, Rossford 0
In Rossford, Eastwood scored three times in each half for an NBC win.
Reagan Boice had two goals for Eastwood, while Korti Montag had a goal and two assists, and Kaleigh Obrock had one goal assist.
Courtney Niswander and Maddie Cherry had the other goals, and Desi Nidiffer had one assist.
Eastwood's Morgan Donaldson made two saves.
BGHS 147, Fremont Ross 182
At Stone Ridge, Bowling Green ended its dual match season with a nonleague win over Fremont Ross. The Bobcats are 10-1 in duals.
Trey Walker led BG with his medalist round of 35. Alex Noble added a 36, while Tad McKanna and Tyler Remeis each shot 38.
Junior varsity results
Bowling Green beat Springfield, 26-24, 25-12. Brianna Finger had nine kills for BG, while Maggie Venis had 18 assists and Kinsey Kale had 15 digs.
Otsego defeated Elmwood, 25-18, 16-25, 25-11.
Anthony Wayne beat Perrysburg, 25-21, 25-23.
North Baltimore beat Lakota, 25-17, 25-13.
Rossford beat Genoa, 25-13, 25-17.
Junior high results
Bowling Green beat Maumee, 28-20. Jeremiah Williams scored two touchdowns for BG, while Drew Stierwalt scored one and passed to Adam Iler for another. Iler and Williams both intercepted a pass.
Eastwood beat Elmwood, 22-0. Jacob Crawford and Gavin Slattman each had rushing touchdowns for the Eagles. Reid Buchman had a touchdown reception from Nick Schuerman. Slattman also rushed for a two-point conversion and Joel Stanley was on the receiving end of a two-point conversion from Schuerman. Erik Fertig recovered a fumble for Eastwood.
Otsego beat Fostoria, 32-8. Scoring for Otsego were Dylan Hillesheim, Angel Almaguar, Lukas Downey, Austin Meier and Mitchell Downs. Intercepting passes for Otsego were Blaine Kitchen and David Silva.
Eastwood beat Elmwood, 26-6. Eastwood's Ian Downard rushed for two scores, while Antonio Salinas and Cade Boos each ran for scores. Boos also had two interceptions. Jake Pickerel threw for a two-point conversion to Logan Frobose. Jalen Casiano and Pickerel each had fumble recoveries.
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