Girls Tennis

Division I district tournament

Perrysburg’s Sydney Onest and Lydia Ellinger won both of their doubles matches at Bowling Green State University on Thursday, including a sweep in their second match to advance to the tournament semifinals at 10 a.m. Saturday at Port Clinton.

Onest and Ellinger nabbed a 6-3, 6-1 win over Anthony Wayne’s Kassidy Pittman and Grace Skilliter to advance to the quarterfinals. The duo then scored a quick 6-0, 6-0 win over St. Ursula’s Kate Harms and Allie Myers.

The Yellow Jackets’ Grace Reiter and Julia Fujita also competed in doubles play, but fell 6-2, 6-3 to AW’s Ashley Hartzell and Emma Nofziger in their opening match. Teammate Laney Hamilton dropped her first singles match 6-0, 6-0 to Ava Moore (St. Ursula).

Bowling Green sophomore Lucy Busselle was the lone representative for the Bobcats, and fell 6-1, 6-0 to Ashland’s Korrine Harris in her opening match.

Boys Golf

Division I district tournament

ARLINGTON — A year ago Perrysburg’s Mason Deal carded a 90 as a freshman at Red Hawk in the Division I district boys golf tournament.

The Yellow Jackets qualified as a team yet again, and Deal anchored the lineup as a sophomore being just one of four golfers to card sub-40 scores on both halves of Arlington’s Sycamore Springs course.

However, despite shooting a 77 to finish tied for fourth individually, Deal lost in a playoff with Toledo John’s sophomore Joey Gemerchak in narrowly missing the mark to advance to the state tournament.

Perrysburg, a year after winning the district meet, finished fifth as a team with 333 team strokes — 15 behind champion Elida. Ashland also advanced with 322 strokes.

Elida freshman Carson Harmon and Ashland sophomore Tyler Sabo tied for medalist honors with a 74 each.

The rest of Perrysburg’s lineup were seniors, led by 85’s from both Luke Gordon and Nick Mondora. Liam Hansen also scored with an 86 and Drew Paule carded a 104.

Bowling Green sophomore Zach Thomas qualified for the district tournament, but did not participate on Thursday.

Girls Soccer

Eastwood 3, Lake 1

MILLBURY — Eastwood held a one-goal lead at halftime and never trailed in beating Lake 3-1 in the final Northern Buckeye Conference match of the season.

Kenna Souder paced the Eagles, ranked No. 5 in the most recent Division III poll, with a pair of goals and Kaylynn Simon also scored.

Eastwood finishes the NBC schedule at 10-0 for the outright league title. It also improved to a perfect 16-0 overall.

Ava Ayers scored for the Flyers.

Boys Soccer

Lake 3, Eastwood 2

PEMBERVILLE — Aidan Wamer pocketed a pair of goals to propel Lake past Eastwood 3-2 in Thursday’s Northern Buckeye Conference match.

Emilio Ignat also scored for the Flyers, while Nolan Nowicki had an assist and Luke Heebsh made 12 saves in the net.

Nate McCauley-Benner and Montgomery Kramer both scored for the Eagles.

Bowling Green 1, Huron 0

Bowling Green’s boys soccer team needed to find the back of the net just once on Thursday in slipping past Huron 1-0 in nonleague play.

Jonathan Sayer scored the goal for the Bobcats.

Volleyball

Rossford 3, Fostoria 0

FOSTORIA — Karagyn Durco hit a milestone and sported a double-double in leading Rossford past Fostoria 25-8, 25-22, 25-22 in Thursday’s Northern Buckeye Conference match.

Durco, who aced six serves, reached 250 aces for her career with the Bulldogs. She also spiked a team-best 14 kills and shared the team lead of 15 assists with teammate Monica Pupik.

Pupik aced seven serves for Rossford and Nadia Mackinnon had 11 kills.

Perrysburg 3, Maumee 0

PERRYSBURG — Perrysburg completed its perfect run through the Northern Lakes League with a 25-18, 25-21, 25-13 straight-set win over Maumee on Thursday.

The Yellow Jackets, ranked as Division I’s No. 10 team in the most recent poll, improved to 21-1 overall and finish a perfect 14-0 in the NLL.

Kat Mandly, Perrysburg’s senior hitter, passed Chelsea Campbell’s previous school-record of 882 kills in the win. Mandly can still build on her record beginning in the tournament next week.

Eastwood 3, Elmwood 0

PEMBERVILLE — Eastwood needed just three sets to finish Elmwood on Thursday in scoring a 25-17, 25-10, 25-13 Northern Buckeye Conference win.

The Eagles finish third in the NBC, behind Otsego and Lake, at 15-7 overall and 10-4 in the league.

Kayla Minich and Cara Frank shared the team-lead with five kills apiece for Elmwood, while Maddie Daniels and Kylie Mareches each had seven digs. Madi Schroeder led with 15 assists.

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