Prep Roundup: Perrysburg boys shut out BG

Bowling Green’s Max
Beattie, right, and Perrysburg’s James Roberts go after ball. 10/22/09 (Photo: J.D.

Perrysburg scored all of its goals on second-chance opportunities in a 4-0 win over Bowling Green
Thursday in Division I boys soccer sectional play at Findlay High School.
Perrysburg, 14-3, advances to face Anthony Wayne, a winner over Findlay in a penalty-kick shootout in
Thursday’s second game. CLICK

The AW-Perrysburg game is Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Findlay.
"We played Bowling Green early (in the regular season) … and they played a very defensive-minded
game. They have a lot a seniors and they have had a successful season," said Perrysburg head coach
Mike Timbrook. "Going in, our game plan was to play a little more quicker balls, get it up to
Karter (Sell), let him lay it out, go the goal and attack the flanks.
"It created quite a bit of pressure," Timbrook continued. "I knew BG would have to come
out and play and that would open up a little more space for us to operate in."
Alec Smith scored twice for Perrysburg off rebounds. Nate Smith and Sell also scored goals. Jeremy Ashley
made three saves for the Yellow Jackets.
BG’s Will Hess finished with 17 saves and James Fite had one.
"Hess is a talented keeper and he does a nice job," Timbrook said. "The objective was to
put the ball on frame and let happen what happens. When you get close-in shots, it’s hard for the keeper
to make a real solid save. Sometimes rebounds come out and hopefully you’re there crashing the nets and
will be able to pick it up and go."
Allowing Perrysburg to score off rebounds was disappointing for BG head coach Tim Memmer.
"Everyone of them we had the first play on and we didn’t follow up," Memmer said. "That’s
extremely frustrating." The Bobcats were limited in their scoring opportunities as Perrysburg
controlled the play, especially in the second half.
BG finished the season 8-6-4 overall.
"From where we were last year to what we did this year, when it’s all said and done, our
goal-differential improved by 50-plus goals from what it was last year. We basically cut in half the
goals we allowed and doubled the goals we scored," Memmer said. "All around a tremendous
change from where we were last year."
Junior high results
Arbor Hills defeated Bowling Green, 14-12. The Bobcats finish the season 1-6. Andy Fisher completed two
touchdown passes to Cam Carsey. Fisher also had one interception. Matt Kneessi intercepted one pass and
recovered a fumble.
Bowling Green defeated Springfield 14-0 to finish the season with a 5-1-1 record.
BG’s leading scorers for the season were: Zue Forshee, Drew Batt, Matt Jarrell, Ryan Emans and Leon
Anthony Wayne defeated Eastwood, 8-0. Brennan Seifert recovered a fumble for the Eagles, who finished 4-3
Eastwood defeated Otsego 25-19, 13-25, 24-14 in the Suburban Lakes League tournament championship game to
finish unbeaten in the SLL. Eastwood was 15-1 overall.
Eastwood’s leaders against Otsego were: Jaci Juergens, seven aces, three kills, two blocks; Maddie
Kemner, eight aces, one kill, one save; Liz Hirzel, four aces, one save; Morgan Getz, three kills;
Reagan Boice, two aces; Kat Przybylski, nine assists, one save.

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