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Monroeville sweeps NL to stay unbeaten

By Norwalk Reflector staff • Updated Aug 28, 2019 at 2:19 AM

NEW LONDON — The Monroeville volleyball team ran its record to 4-0 overall and 2-0 in the Firelands Conference with Tuesday’s sweep over the host Wildcats in New London.

The Eagles won by scores of 25-9, 25-8, 25-13.

Kelsie Palmer and Kylee Brooks each finished with 10 kills at the net, with Maura Brown adding five and Reece Kluding with four.

Camryn Hedrick was 51-of-51 setting with 27 assists, while Adrian Barman was 13 for 13 serving with an ace and 11 digs on defense. Also for the Eagles, Lydia Landoll was 14 for 15 serving with six aces, while Graisyn Yoder and Hannah Stieber each had seven digs. Kortney Scheid was 6 for 7 serving with an ace.

For New London (0-4, 0-2), Catherine Blaser had four kills and two blocks. Natalie Ferguson added 14 digs, while Kaitlyn Ballinger had eight assists.

The junior varsity Eagles (4-0, 2-0) also won in two games, 25-10, 25-14.


W. Reserve 3, Plymouth 0

PLYMOUTH — The Roughriders made quick work of the host Big Red in a three-game sweep on Tuesday in FC action.

Western won by scores of 25-7, 25-8, 25-6.

For Western (2-0), Avery Tubbs had 14 kills and Emma Weber added nine. Morgan Spettle served 20 points to go with 13 digs, while Baylee Ruppert served 12 points and was 61-of-64 setting with 29 assists.

Also for the ‘Riders, Kendall Weber had eight points serving and Jessa Riley had six digs.

Western also won the JV match in two games.


S. Central 3, Mapleton 0

ORANGE TWP. — The Trojans improved their record to 2-1 overall and 2-0 in the FC with Tuesday’s sweep of the Mounties by scores of 25-23, 27-25 and 25-20.

For South Central, Taylor Sexton had six kills, while Onalee Keyser and Lorin Walcher each added five. Madison Gahring served 11 points with two aces and Walcher had 10 points and two aces.

Kailee Beaver had 22 digs and Walcher finished with 22 for the Trojans.


Bellevue 3, Vermilion 0

VERMILION — The Lady Red improved to 4-1 overall and 1-0 in the SBC Lake with a sweep over the Sailors by scores of 25-18, 25-11, 25-12.

Taylor Baxter led Bellevue with 18 kills, while Molly Bullion was 88-of-88 setting with 29 assists.



Norwalk 4, Clyde 1

CLYDE — The Truckers (7-1, 3-0) picked up a key SBC Lake Division road win on Tuesday against the host Fliers.

Winning for Norwalk included Megan Berry over Emma Strudthoff at first singles (6-0, 6-4). Emma Trost topped Klara Miller at No. 2 singles (6-3, 6-0), while Lauren Metcalf fell at third singles to Nathalie Cziesla (6-3, 6-2).

At first doubles, Gabby Horowitz and Alexa Moore picked up a win over Megan Barrett (6-2, 6-2). The No. 2 doubles team of Mara Berry and Erin Bleile beat Hali Hagemeyer and Averie Fritz (6-2, 6-3).

Norwalk is at Willard today in a non-league match between last season’s SBC Lake and Bay champions. 



Norwalk boys win quad meet

NORWALK — The Trucker boys scored 26 points, compared to Shelby’s 42, along with Willard (79) and Bellevue (90) on the two-mile course at Veterans Memorial Park at the reservoir.

Kyler Kromer was the overall winner in 10:37, while teammate Mitchell Sommers was just behind in second place at 10:53. Also for the Truckers, Cobey Kromer was fifth (11:07), Wyatt Hale was eighth (11:20) and Gabe Hainline (11:23) was 10th.

Trenton Rupert (11:21) was ninth for Willard, while Landon Shaffer (11:31) was 12th and Blake Smith was 13th (11:38). Bellevue’s Cayden Adams was third overall in 11:02.

Bellevue won the girls side of the race with 27 points. It was followed by Willard (63), Shelby (64) and Norwalk (92).

For Norwalk, Kylie Moser (14:26) was fifth overall. Ana Henderson (15:47) was 13th, followed by Alena Arndt (23rd, 17:27), Kelly Faylor (25th, 18:27) and Sydnie Fox (26th, 18:28).

Amy Del Angel was third for Willard in 13:36. Madison Clark (15:08) was 10th, Araceli Lundsford (15:48) was 14th, while Haley Henry (16:13) was 15th and Abby Del Angel (17:03) was 21st.

The Lady Red had all five runners who scored in the top five, led by Dominique Weisz (13:27) in second and Vanessa Shanaman (14:14) in fourth.


New London sweeps at Plymouth

PLYMOUTH — The Wildcat boys and girls cross country teams won the Plymouth Invitational on Tuesday at Mary Fate Park.

For the New London boys, which finished with 28 points, Curtis Joppeck won the two-mile race in 10:46.86. Teammate Dominic Albaugh was fourth (11:03.04), followed by Tyler Twining (sixth, 11:18.15), Mitchell Joppeck (eighth, 11:22.33), Caleb Good (ninth, 11:39.13), Carson Coey (12th, 11:55.31) and Braeden Geist (13th, 12:16.41).

Plymouth’s Levi Robinson was third overall in 10:54.09.

In the girls race, New London scored 31 points. The ‘Cats were paced by the 1-2 finish of Savannah Shaver (13:21.86) and Kaylin Williams (13:40.71).

Also for New London, Abigail Good was fifth (14:22.81), Grace Crawshaw (14:59.95) and Esther Schmidt (15:03.99) were 13th and 14th, and Emily White was 16th (15:37).

Plymouth’s Eliza Redden was 18th in 15:59.28.



Norwalk 159, Vermilion 185

NORWALK — The Truckers improved to 4-1 with Tuesday’s SBC Lake win over visiting Vermilion at Eagle Creek Golf Course in Norwalk.

For Norwalk, Carter Kluding, Kyle Smith and Zach Crane each shot 39s for strong balance at the top. The scoring was rounded out by Ian Minor (42), Gavin Koelsch (45) and Justin Sommers (49).


Margaretta 174, Edison 197

HURON — The host Chargers fell to visiting Margaretta on Tuesday in SBC Bay Division action at Thunderbird South.

For the Chargers, Aden Hall shot a 46 and Matthew Pounds added a 48. Noah Pulaski shot a 51, followed by Connor Betts with a 52. Also for Edison, Sean Rhodes finished with a 60 and Cullen Wilbur had a 65.



Norwalk 7, Sandusky 0

SANDUSKY — The visiting Truckers won their 17th straight SBC Lake Division match with Monday’s blowout win over the host Blue Streaks.

Nyah Daniels scored four times for Norwalk (3-1, 1-0), while Joscey Thomas, Gwen Olcott and Hannah Steffanni each added a goal. Daniels, Thomas, and Harmoni Segee added an assist each and Avery Dumbeck had two assists.

Makaila White was back in the goal for the Truckers with three saves.

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