Meek scores twice, Bobcats down Clay, 3-1


At Bobcat Stadium, Tomas Meek scored twice to lead Bowling Green boys soccer to a 3-1 non-league victory over visiting Clay Thursday.

Mathias Drumm had the Bobcats’ other goal. Bryce Cullen scored for the Eagles.

Eastwood 9, Otsego 0

TONTOGANY — Eastwood girls soccer picked up where it left off last year, only under first-year head coach Julie Cross, by defeating host Otsego, 9-0, in the season opening Northern Buckeye Conference tilt Thursday.

For Eastwood (1-0-1 overall), senior Hannah Montag and junior Delaine Zura both had three goal hat tricks, accounting for six of the Eagles’ nine goals.

Seniors Emma Downs and Grace Kingery and freshman Grace Abbey scored one goal apiece. The Eagles built up a 5-0 halftime lead.

Montag had two assists and Zura, sophomore Sam Brooks and freshmen August Rubel and Mylah Shoemaker had one assist apiece.

Lake 3, Springfield 1

MILLBURY — Lake defeated visiting Springfield in non-league volleyball, 25-22, 23-25, 25-21, 29-27 Thursday.

Lake leaders were Taryn DeWese with 22 kills, Ella Vorst with 14 kills, and Zoe Ager with 14 kills.

Lake is now 3-0 and starts Northern Buckeye Conference play on Tuesday at home against Fostoria.

Otsego 4, Eastwood 2

PEMBERVILLE — Thursday night, visiting Otsego boys soccer got their first win over Eastwood in nine years, taking down the Eagles, 4-2, in a Northern Buckeye Conference match.

Andrea Grandmaison scored twice for the Knights and Markel Aranbam and Grant Martin scored one goal apiece. Walker Waitt and Hudson Thomas had one assist each.

Perrysburg 3, Notre Dame 1

PERRYSBURG — In non-league volleyball Thursday, Perrysburg defeated Notre Dame Academy, 25-12, 18-25, 25-21, 25-18.

Perrysburg 181, Napoleon 193

NAPOLEON — Perrysburg girls golf defeated Napoleon, 181-193, at the Napoleon Municipal Golf Course in a Northern Lakes League match Thursday.

Perrysburg scores were Sydney Deal (39), Olivia Eisaman (47), Ariyah Ellis (47) and Paige Feldkamp (48).

Napoleon scores were Reese Kleck (45), Avery Badenhop (48), Kamryn Chaffee (49) and Sydney Bechtol (51).

Van Buren 19, Elmwood 39

NORTH BALTIMORE — In a quad cross country meet at North Baltimore Park, Van Buren defeated Elmwood 19-39 while North Baltimore and McComb did not have enough runners for a team score.

Top five runners were Hudson Sendelbach (VB), 18:16; Jahob Zibbel (E), 19:06, Reed Harmon (VB), 19:37; Carter Finley (VB), 20:00; and Michael Huffman (VB), 20:07.

The next five were Andrew Puperi (VB), 20:24; Jacob Reinhard (E), 20:55; Gavin Minich (E), 21:25, Nathan Curry (VB), 21:39; and George Flores (E), 23:16.

North Baltimore’s top runner was Jesse Vanderberg, who finished in 14th place at 24:09. McComb’s Josh Paniagua finished in 19th.

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