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Matt Jarrett's 35 leads Western past St. Paul

By Norwalk Reflector staff • Sep 16, 2019 at 11:20 PM

NORWALK — Western Reserve’s Matt Jarrett put together an even par round on the back nine on Monday during a Firelands Conference win over host St. Paul at Eagle Creek Golf Course.

Jarrett shot a 35 to pace the Roughriders to the 168-195 win. Luke Rowlinson added a 43, followed by Camden Hankins (44), John Skrada (46), Jacob Sergent (55) and Break Kinney (61).

For St. Paul (2-7, 2-7), Jackson Cook was low with a 44. He was followed by David Swope (47), Nathan Juby (52), Logan Amato (52), Luke Meyer (55) and Dylan Cook (58).


Norwalk 164, Vermilion 177

VERMILION — The Truckers improved to 9-1 in SBC Lake Division play ahead of today’s match at Bellevue with Monday’s win over the host Sailors.

Kyle Smith shot a 39 to pace Norwalk, while Zach Crane shot a 40 and Carter Kluding had a 41. Gavin Koelsch and Isaac Scheel each had 44s, and Justin Sommers added a 45.

The junior varsity golfers also won, 187-216. Caleb Sommers had a 43 and Ian Minor shot a 44. Brayson Malson finished with a 49, and both Andrew Epperley and Eli Obringer each shot 51s.


New London 179, Crestview 184

ASHLAND — The Wildcats remained perfect on the season with a five-stroke win over the host Cougars.

With Monday’s win, New London enters Thursday’s FC tournament back at Brookside Golf Course with a 13-0 record overall.

Carter Eibel was medalist for the Wildcats with a 39. He was followed by Sean Armold (41), Sean Andolsek (49), Kotiana Barber (50), Dax Amburgy (53) and Marcus Mayhorn (53).



Norwalk 5, Clyde 0

NORWALK — The Truckers (17-2, 10-0) clinched at least a share of the Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division title with Monday’s sweep over the visiting Fliers.

At first singles, Megan Berry beat Klara Miller (6-0, 6-), while Emma Trost defeated Hali Hagemeyer at second singles (6-0, 6-1). Lauren Metcalf swept Gabby Castillo at third singles (6-0, 6-0).

Gabby Horowitz and Alexa Moore were victorious at first doubles over Emma Strudthoff and Nathalie Cziesla (6-2, 6-2), while the No. 2 team of Mara Berry and Erin Bleile beat Megan Barrett and Alyssa Laurer (6-2, 5-7, 10-5).

Norwalk, which travels to Perkins today, has won a league championship in six of the last seven seasons dating back to the Northern Ohio League and the 2013 season.


Willard 5, Port Clinton 0

PORT CLINTON — The Crimson Flashes (13-3, 10-0) inched closer to the SBC Bay Division title with Monday’s sweep over the host Redskins.

At first singles, Addy Paxton beat Alaina Dackermann (6-1, 6-2), Ella Schag defeated Hannah Cross (6-1, 6-2) and Kalli Sowers beat Elena Kessler (6-0, 6-0) at second and third singles.

The No. 1 doubles team of Whitney Robinson and Kennedy Daub topped Olivia Eickert and Paige Reineck (6-1, 6-0). At second doubles, Natalie Van Zoest and Kayleigh Bowers won over Alyssa Mares and Arielle Montowski (6-3, 6-1).


Edison 5, SMCC 0

SANDUSKY — The Chargers improved their record to 11-3 overall and 8-2 in the Bay Division with Mondays’ win over the Panthers at Battery Park.

First singles saw Jayla Medina defeat Sara Bias (6-3,6-0), with Emily Vogus beating Mallory Parish (6-3, 6-0) at second singles, while Alli Vogus won by default at third singles.

At first doubles, Kaylee Ries and Torri Keyser won over Kate Milkie and Madison Shenigo (6-0, 6-0). The No. 2 doubles team of Emily Moore and Lindsey Kowalski topped Hailey Bahnsen and Julia Loeffler (6-2, 6-3).



Norwalk 6, Sandusky 0

NORWALK — The Truckers improved to 8-2 and extended their SBC Lake winning streak to 21 straight matches with Monday’s shutout over the Blue Streaks.

Nyah Daniels scored the first three goals to net a hat trick for Norwalk, and later added a fourth. Quinn Jaworski and Elena Barber also scored for the Truckers.

Norwalk (5-0 Lake) is at Tiffin Columbian on Wednesday.



Clyde 201, Norwalk 203

NORWALK — The host Truckers lost by two strokes to the Fliers in SBC lake action on Monday at Eagle Creek.

For Norwalk, Chloe Thomas shot a 47, and was followed by Hannah Dumbeck (49), Analiese King (53) and Noelle Jackson (54). Mylea Barber (57) and Mya Binkley (61) rounded out the Norwalk lineup.


Margaretta 196, St. Paul 207

NORWALK — The Lady Flyers dropped their regular season finale on Monday to the visiting Polar Bears.

Sara Scavuzzo finished with a 46 to lead St. Paul, followed by Sammy Lippert (51), Brooke Bleile (53), Tori Pocos (57), Anna Kaple (58) and Ava Caizzo (59).

Sectionals are next Tuesday the 24th at Valley View.


Monroeville 2nd, St. Paul 7th in state poll

Ahead of the rematch on Thursday, the Monroeville volleyball team moved up two spots from fourth to No. 2 in the second weekly Ohio Volleyball Coaches Association state poll, released Sunday night.

Five spots behind the Eagles, Firelands Conference rival St. Paul held at No. 7 for the second straight week. Monroeville (11-0, 6-0) faces the Lady Flyers (8-1, 5-1) at 5:30 p.m. Thursday in Norwalk. The two teams met in the season opener on Aug. 20 in Monroeville, with the Eagles winning in four games.

Also of note, Bellevue (9-1) is ranked 18th in Div. II. The Lady Red visit Norwalk at 6:30 p.m. tonight with a share of first place in the SBC Lake Division on the line. Huron (9-1) — ranked No. 5 in Div. III — is coached by Norwalk graduate Don Wood.


New London 3, Crestline 0

NEW LONDON — The Wildcats improved to 2-9 with Monday’s non-league win over the visiting Bulldogs.

New London won by scores of 25-19, 25-20, 25-19.

Kaleigh Logan had six kills, with Grace Pop and Catherine Blaser each adding five. Kaitlyn Ballinger served seven points with two aces and was 58-of-59 setting with 15 assists — and added nine digs. Erykah Sword also had 14 digs.


St. Paul JH teams sweep Plymouth

NORWALK — The St. Paul seventh and eighth-grade volleyball teams swept visiting Plymouth on Monday.

The seventh-grade team improved to 8-0 with scores of 25-7, 25-12.

Kristin Matlack and Lydia Rospert were perfect servers, while Lillian Chylik led the team with 20 service points, which included nine aces. Rospert also led the team with four kills at the net with the assists coming from Matlack.

The eighth-graders won with scores of 25-18, 25-10 to improve to 6-2.

Willow Burger and Emma McFadden both were perfect servers, with Burger leading the team with 21 service points and 11 aces. Geralyn Mutchler added 12 points and three aces. At the net, Elaina Herrig led the team with four kills, followed by Skyler Cassidy and Willow Burger with three each.

St. Paul is at Monroeville at 5 p.m. Thursday.


Western goes 2-1 at Shelby

SHELBY — The Western Reserve volleyball team went 2-1 on Saturday at the Shelby Invitational, losing only to state-ranked Galion.

The Roughriders (8-3) opened with a win over the host Whippets (25-22, 25-20), then beat Ontario (25-17, 25-23). Against the Div. III No. 13-ranked Tigers, Western lost two close games (25-23, 25-23).

Western is at New London tonight in Firelands Conference play.

Avery Tubbs finished with 30 kills in the six games, while Emma Weber had 12. Morgan Spettle and Danielle Wyatt each served 16 points. Jessa Riley had 24 digs and Avery Bomar had 21, while setter Baylee Ruppert was 197-of-204 with 56 assists.


Norwalk sweeps tri-meet

ASHLAND — The Norwalk eighth-grade team improved its record to 11-1 after sweeping three teams in Saturday's quad meet at Ashland.

Norwalk beat Ashland (25-10, 25-22), Northwestern (23-25, 25-20, 15-3) and Crestview (25-19, 25-23).

Jill Nash finished as a 100 percent server for Norwalk, while Adelina Roblero and Ava Tyler led the team in attacks with 13 kills each. Callie Helton contributed with 30 assists. The defense was led by Abby Catlett, Roblero and Nash.

Norwalk traveled to Bellevue on Monday.



St. Paul 13th in Division VII

COLUMBUS — The first weekly Associated Press football state poll was released on Monday.

In Division VII, St. Paul (3-0) debuted at No. 13 after outscoring its first three opponents, 125-0. The Flyers entertain Plymouth (3-0) on Saturday.

Also of note, three SBC Lake teams are ranked. Bellevue (3-0) is 11th in Div. IV, while Sandusky (3-0) is eighth and Tiffin Columbian (3-0) is 12th in Div. III.

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