In Northern Lakes League girls tennis, Perrysburg freshman Penelope Giammarco and Bowling Green junior Libbey Barnett are first team all-league.

They join Anthony Wayne senior and defending state runner-up singles player Lilly Black.

Also chosen first team are AW freshman Maya Boyd and sophomore Emily Szul and Sylvania Northview senior Brynn Chaffee and sophomore Maddie Peisley.

The Yellow Jackets were 6-1 in NLL dual play and finished with 38 league points to place second behind AW (33, 7-0).

Rounding out the standings were Northview (28, 5-2), Bowling Green (23, 4-3), Maumee (18, 3-4), Springfield (9½, 1-6), Napoleon (7½, 0-7) and Sylvania Southview (7, 2-5).

Perrysburg also had three second team choices in juniors Allison Barry and Brianna Durham and sophomore Emerson Metzger. They are joined by BG freshman Julia Barnett.

Other second team selections include AW seniors Ally Roberts and Alyssa Babcock and Northview senior Maya Turner.

BG seniors Hannah Mathey and Audrey Geyman and Perrysburg freshman Madi Watkins are third team.

They are joined by AW senior Hailey Brass, sophomore Mallory Rettig, Northview senior Sophia McKarus and Napoleon junior Gracie Butler.

Bowling Green 5, Toledo Whitmer 0

TOLEDO—In Bowling Green’s final regular season tennis match, the Bobcats swept Whitmer, 5-0.

In singles, Libby Barnett (BG) defeated Reagan Hammons 6-0, 2-0 (retired), Julia Barnett (BG) defeated Lexi Lesinski, 6-1, 6-1, and Sarah Mathey (BG) defeated Alexis Stoldt 6-0, 6-0.

In doubles, Audrey Geyman and Hannah Mathey (BG) defeated Hilary Domanski and Trinity Sharp 6-0, 6-0, and Audra Hammer and Audrey Nester (BG) defeated Halle Keener and Alexis Schwartz 6-0, 6-0.

BG girls tennis finishes the season with an overall record of 14-5. Sectionals start today at the University of Findlay Tennis Courts.

Perrysburg, Schonherr advance to districts

At Stone Ridge Golf Club in Bowling Green, Perrysburg boys finished fourth in the Division I sectional and will advance to the district meet.

Perrysburg, which shot 323 as a team, was led by senior Jack Weisenburger, who shot 37-42—79.

Other Yellow Jackets included senior Cody Schneider (40-40—80), sophomore Josh Weisenburger 37-44—81), senior Kyle Ross (42-41—83) and senior Mackeane Hanley (42-44—86).

Bowling Green freshman Brandon Schonherr shot 38-38—76 to advance to districts as an individual. He finished three strokes behind Anthony Wayne junior Myles Murphy, who was medalist at 34-35—69.

The top five teams, AW (294), Toledo St. Francis (308), Toledo St. John’s (309), Perrysburg and Sylvania Northview (323) advanced to districts.

Rounding out team scores were Clay (334), BG (355), Springfield (365), Toledo Whitmer (366), Maumee (376), Sylvania Southview (381) and Defiance (392).

Other BG golfers were sophomore Ryan Thomas (45-44—89), sophomore Nathan Cavanaugh (46-46—92), senior Theo Bock (49-49—98) and sophomore Seth Gollehon (55-58—113).

Perrysburg 3, Springfield 0

PERRYSBURG — Perrysburg swept Springfield, 25-22, 26-24, 25-14 in a key Northern Lakes League volleyball match Tuesday on the Yellow Jackets’ court.

Perrysburg improves to 13-5 overall and 9-2 in the conference while Springfield falls to 15-4 and 9-2. Perrysburg and Springfield are now tied for second place in the NLL with three league games remaining for each team. Sylvania Northview has one loss.

Tuesday, Perrysburg senior Sara Pahl and Josie Hubbard had 11 kills each, and junior Wrigley Takats had 10 kills.

Senior Giana Frayer and junior Wrigley Takats had four aces apiece, freshman Katie Pahl had three aces, and Takats had four blocks, including three solo blocks, and Frayer had three blocks, all solo.

Defensively, senior Avery Adamski led Perrysburg with 16 digs and Frayer led the offense with 32 assists.

Springfield junior Gretchen Sigman had a game high 20 kills plus four blocks, including three solo blocks. Sophomore Jade Battle had three blocks, including two solo blocks for the Blue Devils.

Springfield junior Kelsey Brooks had 14 digs and senior Corrie Brown had 26 assists.

Anthony Wayne 3, Bowling Green 1

WHITEHOUSE—Bowling Green won the first set, 25-19, but then dropped three consecutive sets to Anthony Wayne , 25-15, 25-20, 25-16, in Northern Lakes League volleyball Tuesday.

For BG, freshman Talia Twigg had 11 kills, one solo block, and two digs, senior Francesca Meek had two aces, 31 digs, and two assists, and senior Abigail Slembarski had one kill, three aces, 10 digs, and 32 assists.

BG sophomore Madison Cowan had 10 kills and 15 digs and senior Halle Shepherd had 10 digs.

AW improves to 13-5 overall and 8-3 in the conference, while BG falls to 8-9 and 4-7.

For AW, senior Ava Horn had 15 kills and three aces, freshman Mallory Pike had 12 kills and three aces and freshman Kenzie Butler had 10 kills and senior Paige Ludwig had 23 assists and four blocks, including two solo blocks.

AW junior Ryann Wilson had 16 assists. Sophomore Ryan Dzierwa led the AW defense with 20 digs, Pike had 11 digs and Horn had 10 digs.

For BG volleyball, tonight is Senior Night when the Bobcats host Napoleon with the varsity match scheduled for 6:45.

Lake 3, Elmwood 0

MILLBURY — The state-ranked Lake volleyball team stayed undefeated with a 25-18, 25-16, 25-13 sweep over visiting Elmwood Tuesday.

The Flyers are 19-0 overall and 11-0 in the league. Elmwood is 8-11 and 4-6.

The Flyers can clinch a share of the NBC title tonight at Otsego, and win the title outright when hosting Woodmore next Tuesday. Both varsity matches start at 7 p.m.

Against Elmwood, Ella Vorst had 13 kills, Sydney Stanley had 15 digs and Vayda Delventhal had 17 assists for the Flyers.

Otsego 3, Genoa 0

GENOA — Otsego swept Genoa 25-21, 25-19, 25-17 in Northern Buckeye Conference volleyball Tuesday. Junior Emily Genson led the Knights with 12 kills and eight digs.

For the Knights, junior Kora Rollins had a .417 hitting average and five serving aces and junior Faith Keifer had 14 digs, 18 assists, two aces, and eight kills.

Otsego senior Kylie Baranski had 13 assists and three aces, senior Bryndie Funk had eight digs and junior Calista Wilkins had seven kills.

Otsego improves to 11-8 overall and 9-2 in the league while the Comets drop to 2-15 and 2-9.

For Genoa, junior Lillian Frias had seven kills and two blocks and sophomores Emerson Bickel and Katelyn Ju had two aces apiece.

Genoa junior Lilly Pappochia had six blocks and seven digs, sophomore Addy Schlageter had two blocks, and Bickel had seven digs and 15 assists.

Eastwood 3, Rossford 0

PEMBERVILLE — Eastwood swept Rossford, 25-17, 25-12, 25-15, in Northern Buckeye Conference volleyball Tuesday.

For the Eagles, junior Nadia Miller had 14 kills, junior Joelle Jared had seven aces, junior Paige Hoodlebrink had 15 assists and senior Hailey Hodulik had 13 assists.

Defensively for Eastwood, Jared had 17 digs and sophomore Kyrie Henline had 13 digs.

Eastwood is 14-4 overall and 9-2 in the league while Rossford falls to 8-8 and 6-5.

Otsego 14th at district golf

ARLINGTON, Ohio — At Sycamore Springs Golf Course Monday, Otsego shot 437 to finish 14th at the Division II district tournament.

Otsego junior Elizabeth Jackson led the Knights, shooting 47-47—94. Golfing as an individual, Lake sophomore Sarah Patrick shot 45-45—90, which was five strokes off qualifying for state.

Other Otsego golfers were sophomore Elizabeth Budge (50-54—104), senior Summer Lehsten (59-60—119), freshman Ella Kosinski (55-65—120) and freshman Carley Etchie (67-69—136).

The top three teams, Van Buren (362), Colonel Crawford (388) and Hopewell-Loudon (390), advanced to the state meet.

Rounding out team scores were Tiffin Calvert (397), Milan Edison (401), Danbury (402), Archbold (403), Coldwater (406), Minster (413), Wynford (418), Hicksville (419), Wauseon (423), Napoleon (432), Otsego and Rockford Parkway (442).