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North Centrals Turner & Wauseon Indians Drop Close Reeves Combine For Perfect Double Header To Ottawa Game Over Fayette Eagles Glandorf On The Road
PIONEER: April 17 The combination of North Central pitching from the mound behind Brandon Turner and Jordan Reeves at home aligned for a prefect no-hit game over Fayette on April 17. On the mound for the Eagles, Branden Turner opened the game, going 3 full innings, striking out 6 batters while allowing no walks. With the win to his credit, Turner has now thrown back-to-back shutouts for North Central. Jordan Reeves came into the game with the Eagles up 10-0 at the top of the 4th, and threw for perfection the remainder of the way, setting down three batters, giving up no walks for the final 2 innings as the North Central Eagles closed the game out in the 5th at 11-0. Credit to North Centrals effort in the field for the support and effort in walking off the field with the perfect game. Offensively for North Central, Dylan Hutchinson led the way with a huge afternoon, bringing in 3 RBIs on the day behind a home run and a single. Colton Pilmore and Clayton Ferguson also had big bats in the game, with Pilmore connecting for 3 singles resulting in 2 RBIs, while Ferguson connected on a single driving in 2 runs. Josh Sawyer smacked out 2 singles with an RBI, while Reeves and Jordan Bailey each drove in a ruin off of singles. Turner also connected for a trip to 1st in the game to round out the offense for North Central. In the loss for Fayette, Joel Smith went 2 - 2/3 innings to open up, allowing 9 hits and 10 runs, while Casen Burkholder closed the game out, giving up 2 hits and a run in the loss for the Eagles. The victory moves North Central to 2-1 in the BBC and 5-3 on the season. Fayette dropped to 0-4 in the BBC, and 0-4 on the season. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS North Central 11 11 0 Fayette 0 0 2 Ottawa, April 19, 2014 Wauseon RUNS / HITS / ERRORS packed for a road trip on April 19, travelWauseon 0 3 1 ing to Ottawa for a Saturday double headOttawa 1 4 1 er with Glandorf, dropping the first game Game #2 by a narrow 1-0 margin and falling in game Nate Suntken took to the mound for two 6-5. game 2, throwing 6 innings and giving up 6 hits and 3 earned runs while setting Game #1 For the Indians on the mound, Clay down 6 Glandorf batters in the game. Suntken also had a big day at the plate Tefft went the entire 6 innings, allowing 4 hits and just 1 run in the game while log- for Wauseon, recording 2 hits in the game and crossing the plate 3 times in the loss. ging 4 Ks in the loss. Offensively it was a tough outing for the Jacob Newlove also went 2 for 4 on the Indians who managed just 3 hits in the game with 1 RBI, while Axel Bueter drove game against Glandorf, with Jacob New- in a run. Nate Suntken was also credited love connecting for 2 hits in the game while with an RBI in the Indians setback. Brady Rupp recorded the Indians only othRUNS / HITS / ERRORS er hit in the loss. Wauseon 5 5 2 Ottawa 6 6 2

Stryker Takes Down Pettisville Blackbirds At Home; Sits Tied Atop The BBC
STRYKER: April 17 The Stryker Panthers stopped Pettisville on April 17 by the score of 7-3 to move to 3-1 in the BBC, tied with the Edon Bombers for 1st in the standings. Brody Shock went the distance for Stryker in gaining the win, allowing 3 runs of off 3 hits and fanning 3 batters in the game. Offensively in the box for the Panthers, Shock led the way in hits, connecting for 3 on the game, including a double; Chad Ruffer also had a big day, going 2 for 4, driving in 3 RBIs. Dean Beamont and Parker Ruffer each connected for singles driving in runs on the game, while Zach Birkey and Jacob Hancock rounded out the offense for Stryker. In the loss for Pettisville, Tate Kauffman went the entire distance in the game, giving up 7 runs on 7 hits. Kauffman also racked up 7 strikeouts in the game while giving up 4 base on balls. Batting for the Blackbirds, Kauffman connected for a double in the game while Evan King and Gabe Beck each hit for singles in the loss. The victory moves Stryker to 3-1 in the BBC and 3-4 on the season. Pettisville dropped to 1-3 in the BBC, and 1-7 on the season. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Stryker 7 7 4 Pettisville 3 3 5

North Central Holds Off Edon At Home In Extra Innings


PIONEER, April 21 The North Central Eagles played host to visiting Edon on April 21 for a BBC showdown, taking down a tough Edon Squad in 10 innings 5-4 behind the pitching of Branden Turner and a team wide offensive effort in the game. Turner went the distance for North Central in the game, throwing the full 10 innings, allowing 7 hits and 4 runs on the afternoon. Turner also sat down 10 Bombers and allowed just 5 walks in the win. River Wicker went the distance for Edon, taking the loss while allowing 5 runs off of 10 hits. Wicker retired 13 Eagle batters on the day, while giving up just 2 base on balls. Offensively for North Central, Clayton Ferguson had the hot bat, hitting 3 singles while driving in an RBI; Colton Pilmore had a single and was credited with 2 RBIs, Turner also accounted for an RBI off of a single at the plate. Josh Sawyer, Steven Williams, Alex Proper, and Dylan Hutchison also hit in the game, with Hutchison driving in 1 run. For the Bombers offensively, Landon Bloir powered out an out of the park shot, while also hitting for a single with 3 RBIs in the game; Kaden Sapp and Jacob Brown each hit doubles in the loss, while Brock Thiel had a double and a single. Conner Hug and Wyatt Zulch each also connected for hits in the game. North Central moves to 3-1 on the season in the BBC while moving to 7-3 on the season. Edon falls to 3-2 in the BBC and 6-4 on the year. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS North Central 5 8 1 Edon 4 7 1

Wauseon Indians Crush Delta Panthers At Home 13-0; Bueter Throws No-Hitter
WAUSEON: April 17 The Wauseon Indians played host to the Delta Panthers on April 17, taking down the neighboring Panthers 13-0 in NWOAL action. On the mound for the Indians, Axel Bueter turned in a magnificent performance, going 5 innings, allowing no hits ,and striking out 12 Delta batters. Offensively for the Indians, Ty Suntken led the way at the plate, going 3 for 4 and crossing the plate 2 times in the victory. Bueter had 2 RBIs in the game while teammates Josh Kauffman and Jacob Newlove each drove in 2 runs as well in the win for Wauseon. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Wauseon 13 10 0 Delta 0 0 4

Stryker Panthers Host Holgate For Double Header; Split With Visiting Tigers
STRYKER: April 19 The Stryker Panthers hosted a Saturday double header on April 19 at home, playing host to the Tigers from Holgate. Stryker dropped the first game by the score of 9-2 while prevailing in game two 10-4. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Stryker 2 4 4 Holgate 9 6 1 Game #2 Parker Ruffer went the distance on the mound for the Panthers, giving up 7 hits Game #1 and 4 runs in the victory for Stryker. Ruffer Cody Hall took the mound for game 1, sat down 13 batters in the game while algoing 4 innings while allowing 5 runs off of lowing just 1 walk in the game. 7 hits and walking 4. Also seeing action in Ruffer, along with teammate Brody the loss, Chad Ruffer went 2 innings allow- Shock, both went 2 for 4 at the plate with ing 2 runs and Parker Ruffer closed it out, each recording doubles in the win. Shock allowing no hits or runs. also was credited with a triple. Jacob HanOffensively for the Panthers, Cody Ben- cock connected for a triple in the game, son, Chad Ruffer, Kody Rohrs and Zach driving in 2 RBIs in the victory. Birkey each hit for the Panthers in the RUNS / HITS / ERRORS game, with Birky hitting a double. Stryker 10 8 4 Holgate 4 7 3

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Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

CONTINUATION OF BASEBALL ACTION

Pettisville Blackbirds Take Down Fayette Eagles At Wauseon In BBC Action


WAUSEON, April 21 The Pettisville Blackbirds played a home game, using Wauseons Biddle Field as their home diamond for April, hosting the Fayette Eagles on April 21. Pettisville came out on top in the BBC showdown 6-1 over the visiting Eagles. Noah Miller took home the victory on the mound for Pettisville, going 5 innings in the game, giving up only 2 hits while fanning 9 batters. Christian Barhite also went an inning allowing 2 hits and 1 run, while Tate Kauffman tossed an inning giving up no hits and no runs. Offensively for Pettisville, Miller also held serve at the plate, going 1 for 3 with a home run; Logan Nofzinger went 2 for 3 and Gabe Beck went 1 for 3 with 2 RBIs to his credit. Eli King and Barhite also hit for singles in the Pettisville win. For the Eagles, Koby Biddix was hit with the loss, going the distance for Fayette, allowing 4 earned runs off of 6 hits while sitting down 6 batters. Offensively for Fayette Jared Wagner, Noah Logston, Biddix and Casen Burkholder each had hits in the Eagles loss. Pettisville moves to 2-3 on the season in the BBC while moving to 2-7 on the season. Fayette falls to 0-5 in the BBC and 0-5 on the year. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Pettisville 6 6 0 Fayette 1 4 2

Stryker Records The Shutout In BBC Action Over The Fayette Eagles 2-0 In Tight Game
FAYETTE: April 24 The Stryker Panthers traveled to Fayette on April 24 for a BBC showdown, blanking the host Fayette Eagles 2-0 behind the 3 hit pitching of Junior Parker Ruffer. Offensively for the Panthers, Brody Shock provided the spark to lift Stryker, powering out a double and driving in 1 run; Jacob Hancock received credit for the remaining RBI off of a single in the game. Also recording hits for the Panthers was Parker Ruffer and Colton Benson. For the Eagles in the loss, Koby Biddix went the distance, giving up 4 hits in the loss. Biddix sat down 4 batters in the loss while allowing just 2 base on balls in the game. Joel Smith, Jared Wagner and Noah Logston each connected for hits in the game but the Eagles were unable to advance any runners across the plate. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Fayette 0 3 2 Stryker 2 4 0

Stryker Clips Hilltop 2-1 On The Road To Remain Atop The BBC
WEST UNITY: April 21 The Hilltop Cadets played host to league leading Stryker on April 21, falling to the visiting Panthers 2-1. In a two way pitching duel between Strykers Brody Shock and the Cadets Logan Brooker, Shock came out on top, allowing just 5 hits in the game and setting down 13 Hilltop Batters. Shocks only run allowed came off a deep drive over the fence by Hilltops Chad Champion in the opening inning of the game, while Brooker allowed 2 runs off of 5 hits while advancing 3 by walk in the game. At the plate for the victorious Panthers, Parker Ruffer powered out a 2 for 3 performance while Zach Birky also went 2 for 3 with an RBI. Shock also helped his effort on the mound by driving in the remaining run. For the Cadets offensively, Champion provided the power at the plate, going 2 for 3, including the opening inning blast over the fence. Jalen Towers, Miklo Abner, and Nic Schieber also recorded hits in the Cadets loss. Stryker moves to 4-1 in the BBC while moving to 5-6 overall on the season. Hilltop falls to 2-2 in the BBC and 3-8 on the year. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Hilltop 1 5 0 Stryker 2 5 1

Wauseon Indians Blast Evergreen 10-2 To Remain Perfect In The NWOAL


EVERGREEN: April 24 The Wauseon Indians remained perfect in NWOAL play on the season with a 10-2 pasting of the Evergreen Vikings 10-2 on the road on April 24. For Wauseon on the mound, Jacob Newlove recorded the victory, throwing 4 innings in the game, allowing just 4 hits and 1 run in the game while fanning 3 Viking batters. Axel Bueter closed the game, throwing 2 innings, allowing 1 run off of 1 hit. Offensively for Wauseon on the game, Bueter, Caleb Andrews and Newlove were each credited with 2 RBIs from the batters box, while Ty Suntken, Clay Tefft and JJ Kauffman each drove in runs on the day. The victory moves Wauseon to 10-4 overall on the season. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Wauseon 10 16 0 Evergreen 2 5 3

Stryker Panthers Fall To Fairview In Out Of Conference Action In Tight 4-3 Game
FAIRVIEW: April 25 The Stryker Panthers headed over to Fairview on April 25 for an out of conference contest with the host Apaches, falling 4-3 in a tight game decided in the bottom of the 7th. On the mound for Stryker, Chad Ruffer did the majority of the work, throwing 5 innings and giving up 2 runs off of 2 hits. Brody Shock also saw 2 innings of work, giving up 2 runs off of 2 hits. Offensively in the loss, Parker Ruffer went 2 for 2 from the batters box, driving in 1 RBI; Colton Benson went 2 for 4, Zach Tingley recorded a single and Shock also hit in the game with a single. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Stryker 3 7 2 Fairview 4 4 2

Wauseon Indians Hold Off Archbold Blue Streaks 4-1 On The Road
ARCHBOLD: April 21 The Wauseon For the Indians offensively, Suntken Indians once again rode the strong arm of also powered in a run from the batters box Ty Suntken to victory on April 21 on the while teammate Brady Rupp went 1 for 3 road over Archbold off a 3 hit day for the with an RBI in the victory. Indian Ace. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Suntken allowed just 1 run (unearned) Wauseon 4 4 4 off of 3 hits while turning back 10 Blue Archbold 1 3 3 Streak batters at the plate.

Hilltop Cadets Fall To Evergreen Montpelier Locomotives Hold In Home Non-League Action 4-2

Off Pettisville Blackbirds In Non-Conference Action

MONTPELIER: April 22 The Montpelier Locomotives held tough at home on April 22 against a game Pettisville Squad, holding off the Blackbirds for a narrow 5-4 victory in non-conference action. On the mound for the Locomotives, Parker Houk earned the victory going 2 - 1/3 innings and allowing 2 runs off of 5 hits. Josh Lewellen also saw 4 innings of action, allowing just 3 hits and 2 runs, while Cody Caudill also saw 2/3 of an innings work. For the Blackbirds, Christian Barhite took the setback, giving up 5 runs off of 3 hits and 8 walks in 6 innings of work. For the Locos offensively, Jared Shoup

went 1 for 3 in the game, Lewelln powered out a double and Cody Caudill also logged a hit in the Loco victory. Offensively for the Blackbirds, Barhite went a strong 3 for 4 at the plate, credited with 2 RBIs in the loss. Tate Kauffman and Noah Miller powered out a double each on the day while Korben Rychener also connected for a double with a RBI. Evan King rounded out the hitting for Pettisville in the non-conference setback. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Montpelier 5 3 2 Pettisville 4 8 4

WEST UNITY: April 25 The Hilltop Cadets played host to the NWOALs Evergreen Vikings on April 25, falling in a tight 4-2 game that saw Evergreen post 3 runs in the 7th to take the 4-0 lead before Hilltop trimmed the lead to 4-2 in the bottom half of the inning but the Cadets came up just short. On the mound for Hilltop, Chad Champion took the loss, allowing 4 runs off of 4 hits. Champion also sat down 7 hitters on the day. Logan Brooker also saw action,

throwing 1 inning in the loss. Offensively in the loss, Justin Grapengeter connected for a double, going 2 for 4 from the plate. Also hitting in the game for the Cadets, Champion, Miklo Abner, Zach Rohrs, Quinn Smith and Jessie Westfall made contact getting on base with singles in the defeat. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Hilltop 2 8 4 Evergreen 4 5 1

Wauseon Indians Shutout Lima Central Catholic 10-0 On The Road


LIMA: April 25 The Wauseon Indians packed the bus and headed south on April 25 for an out of conference outing with Lima Central Catholic. The Indians, behind the dominant pitching of Nate Suntken held LCC to just 3 hits on the afternoon to move to 11-4 overall on the year. Wauseon sits at 6-0 in the NWOAL. Offensively for the Indians, Suntken and Josh Kauffman both went 2 for 3 in the game and were each credited with 2 RBIs in the victory. Axel Bueter had the hot bat of the day for Wauseon, going a perfect 4 for 4 with 1 RBI; Peyton Shadbolt, JJ Kauffman, Clay Tefft, and Ty Suntken each connected for hits in the Indian victory. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Wauseon 10 12 0 LCC 0 3 4

Edon Bombers Hold Off Pettisville Blackbirds At Home 9-3


EDON: April 24 The Edon Bombers played host to Pettisville on a cold and windy afternoon for a BBC showdown with the visiting Blackbirds, prevailing 9-3 to move to 4-2 in the BBC. Landon Bloir recorded the win on the mound, going the distance for 7 innings, allowing 0 earned runs in the game off of 3 hits. Bloir sat down 10 Blackbird batters in the game while giving up just walks. Offensively for Edon on the day, Jacob Brown went 2-4 from the batters box along with Trevor Green, who also had a 2 for day, giving the Bombers enough offense for the victory. Tate Kauffman took the loss for Pettisville on the mound, giving up 6 runs off of 7 hits in just 2 innings of work. Dustin Nofzinger also saw 4 innings on the mound in the loss. Leading the way in the loss for the Blackbirds at the plate, Kauffman, Nofzinger and John Rufenacht recorded hits in the game. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Edon 9 10 2 Pettisville 3 3 4

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High School Softball Events


MONTPELIER, April 17 The Montpelier Lady Locomotives played host to NWOAL foe Patrick Henry on April 17 at home, falling to the visiting lady Patriots 12-1. Toeing the rubber on the mound for the Lady Locos, Jessy Duchene was hit with the loss, going 4 - 2/3 innings, surrendering 9 hits and allowing 10 runs. Duchene also recorded 3 strikeouts in the loss for Montpelier. Offensively for the Lady Locos, it was a
WEST UNITY: April 21 The Hilltop Lady Cadets, behind the pitching of Jessica Suboski, took down the Stryker Panthers at home on April 21 by the score of 9-3 to remain perfect in the BBC at 5-0 on the season. Suboski went the distance for the Lady cadets, throwing 7 innings, allowing just 9 hits and 3 runs on the afternoon, and walking just 2 batters while fanning 3 RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Lady Panthers. Montpelier 1 3 2 At the plate on the day for the Lady CaPatrick Henry 12 9 1 dets, Brittany Mocherman showed her senior power by going 2 for 4 on the game, with 4 RBIs; Sydney Schmitt had a huge day, going 3 for 3 with an RBI and 2 runs scored while sister Allie Schmitt had a big day as well, going 2 for 4, including a double while stealing a base and driving in 2 RBIs. Bailey Funkhouser went 1 for 2 PIONEER, April 17 The tough sea- Swank, and Shayleigh Barnett also hit while crossing the plate 2 times; Hannah son continued for the Lady Eagles from for singles in the victory for the Lady Bleikamp went 2 for 3 including a double, with an RBI in the game while Brooke Fayette on April 17, falling to the host Eagles.

Locos Play Host To Patrick Henry Hilltop Lady Cadets Defeat Stryker Lady Panthers At Home 9-3 Lady Patriots; Fall 12-1
tough afternoon for the Locos, with Duchene and sister Christy Duchene recording hits in the loss. Sydney Houk turned in a triple in the loss rounding out the Lady Locos offensive output against stellar Lady Patriot pitching. The loss drops the Lady Locomotives to 4-4 on the season and 2-2 in the NWOAL.

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North Central Lady Cadets Blast Past Fayette At Home 22-3

Chapin recorded an RBI as well. For the Lady Panthers. Conner Varner was tagged with the loss, going the full 6 innings in the game, allowing 9 runs off of 13 hits while advancing 4 by walk in the game. Varner was also credited with 1 strikeout. At the plate, Varner connected for a double while crossing the plate for a run; Miranda Pegorch blasted out a double and scored 1 run. Emily Caldwell crossed the plate for Stryker rounding out the scoring. Conner Sullivan, Taylor Haines, Sierra Walters, Emma Shindledecker, Megan Neville, and Tasha Pegorch all hit in the game but the Panthers could not get runners across the plate. Hilltop moves to 5-0 in the BBC while moving to 7-3 overall on the season. Stryker falls to 2-3 in the BBC and 4-5 on the year. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Hilltop 9 13 1 Stryker 3 9 0

North Central Lady Eagles by the score of 22-3 in a game that shut down in the middle of the 5th inning. On the mound for the Eagles in the victory, Makayla Hayes went 3 innings, allowing just 1 hit and no runs while recording 2 strikeouts. Also seeing action for the Lady Eagles in the win, Jazmine Becker went an inning, allowing 2 hits and 1 run while Alyssa Swank closed it out for North Central, holding Fayette to no hits in 1 inning of work. Offensively for North Central, Rachael Oxender got a hold of the ball 3 times for 3 singles and 3 RBIs in the win. Tristin Tomblin hit for 2 singles, driving in 2 RBIs and Abbey Litzenberg had an RBI off of a single. Allyson Hutchison, Alyssa

Pettisville Lady Blackbirds Hold Off Stryker Lady Panthers On The Road
STRYKER: April 17 The Pettisville Lady Blackbirds hit the road for an in conference showdown with the Stryker Panthers on April 17, taking down the host Panthers 11-6 in an extra innings battle. The game went into the 9th inning tied at 6-6 but Pettisville was able to break the game open and claim the conference victory. On the mound for the Lady Blackbirds, Teagan Kauffman went the entire 9 innings in the game allowing 6 runs off of 6 hits while sitting down 8 batters. Kauffman also gave up 8 walks in the game. Taking the loss for Stryker was Conner Varner, who went 9 innings, allowing 11 runs off of 12 hits. Offensively for Pettisville, Stephanie

Pettisville Lady Blackbirds Fall To Lady Rams On The Road At Tinora


DEFIANCE TINORA, April 19 The Pettisville Lady Blackbirds hit the road for an out of conference showdown with the Tinora Rams on April 19, falling to the host Lady Rams 4-2. On the mound for the Lady Blackbirds, Teagan Kauffman went the entire 7 innings in the game allowing 4 runs off of 4 hits while sitting down 2 batters. Kauffman also gave up 7 walks in the game.

Wauseon Lady Indians Fall In NWOAL Action To Delta At Home


WAUSEON, April 17 The Wauseon Lady Indians played host to neighboring Delta on April 17, falling to the visiting Lady Panthers 13-9 in a slugfest. On the mound for the Lady Indians, Samantha Norman opened up the game, going 2 - 1/3 innings, allowing 8 runs off of 6 hits and taking the loss. Also on the mound for Wauseon, Brooke Whipple came in the game in relief of Norman, giving up 9 hits and 5 runs in the loss. Offensively for Wauseon, Ashley Smith powered out a over the fence shot; while Breanna Coblentz, Tiffany King, Olivia Banister, and Faith Hicks each recorded a double in the loss; and Whipple powered out 2 doubles. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Wauseon 9 12 3 Delta 13 15 1

Lady Eagles on April 21. It was a blitz for the home team Blackbirds, who prevailed 27-3 in a game called after 2 - 2/3 innings. Teagan Kauffman picked up the win, going 3 innings and allowing 3 hits along with 3 runs. Offensively for Pettisville, Amber Klopfenstein led the way for the Lady Blackbirds, connecting on a 3 run shot over the fence and also powering out 2 singles in the game. Marissa beck and Jaelyn RufeHubby led the way, belting out 3 singles in nacht each had 2 singles, while Stephanie the win; Jaelyn Rufenacht hit for a double Hubby cracked a double and a single. Auand a single, while Emily Hubby grounded out 2 singles on the game. Audra Klopfenstein, Taylor DAlelio, Amber Klopfenstein and Sydney Purtee each recorded singles in the victory for the Lady Blackbirds. For Stryker in the loss, Conner Varner led the way offensively for the Lady Panthers with 2 singles in the game. The victory moves Pettisville to 3-1 in the BBC and 4-2 on the season. Stryker dropped to 2-2 in the BBC, and 2-3 on the PIONEER: April 21 The Edon Lady season. Bombers had a flair for the dramatic on RUNS / HITS / ERRORS April 21 as they took on their BBC rivals, Stryker 6 6 4 the North Central Lady Eagles. They held Pettisville 11 12 5 a 2-0 lead until the bottom of the fourth when the hometown girls tied the game. An inning later, North Central added another two, expanding the lead to 4-2. The Lady Bomber bats went silent after the third inning but, with just three outs remaining, they went into rally mode. With Offensively for Pettisville, Stephanie a pair of runners on, Haley Jacoby hit a Hubby and Mallory Riegsecker led the way, pop foul. The ball was dropped in foul terbelting out a double in the loss each; Am- ritory, giving the senior Lady Bomber anber Klopfenstein and Sydney Purtee along other lifeand she made North Central with Marissa Beck each recorded singles pay for it. Two pitches later, Jacoby was on her way to second after a bases-clearing in the loss for the Lady Blackbirds. hit that tied the game at 4-4. The Belles RUNS / HITS / ERRORS in Bomber Blue retained the momentum Tinora 4 4 0 into the eighth where they added another Pettisville 2 5 3 two onto the scoreboard for a come-frombehind 6-4 win. Kaitlin Chrisman went the route for

For Fayette, Leah Bussing was tagged with the loss, going 3 - 2/3 inning allowing 8 hits and 22 runs, advancing 5 batters on hit by pitches and walking 9. Taylor Hartman drove the ball deep for a triple in the loss, while Jenna Meyers pounded out a double. Kaitlin Brubaker rounded out the offence for Fayette, connecting for a single. The win brings North Central to 1-3 in the BBC and 5-7 on the season. The WAUSEON, April 21 The Pettisville dra Klopfenstein, Emily Hubby, and Tealoss leaves Fayette still searching for a Lady Blackbirds played a home game, us- gan Kauffman also connected for singles in victory, setting at 0-4 in the BBC and ing Wauseons Biddle Field as their home the victory. 0-5 on the season. diamond for April, hosting the Fayette For the Lady Eagles, Taylor Hartman

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RUNS / HITS / ERRORS North Central 22 9 2 Fayette 3 3 5

got tagged with the loss, throwing 2 innings and allowing 10 hits and 9 walks resulting in 20 runs. Offensively, Jordan Douglas connected for a double in the loss. Pettisville moves to 4-1 on the season in the BBC while moving to 5-4 on the season. Fayette falls to 0-5 in the BBC and 0-6 on the year. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Pettisville 27 12 2 Fayette 3 3 4

Late Edon Lady Bomber Rally Stuns North Central Lady Eagles In Eight Innings
Edon, allowing 4 runs, 2 earned on 10 hits, striking out 4. She also contributed an RBI single at the plate. Alex Kiess had a pair of singles for Edon, with Nicole Newell getting a double, and Elisa Zulch adding a pair of singles and an RBI. Reese Cogswell went the first 3 innings for North Central and was tagged for 2 runs, one earned, on 3 hits and 2 walks and whiffing a batter. Makayla Hayes went the final 5 innings and was charged with 4 runs, 3 unearned, on 5 hits, a walk, a hit batter, and fanning 5. Cogswell plated 3 runs on a pair of singles, Abbey Litzenberg had a pair of doubles, and Sabrina Pickford had a single and a double. Rachel Oxender had a pair of base hits, and Hayes and Tristin Tomblin each had a single. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Edon 6 8 3 North Central 4 10 2

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Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

CONTINUATION OF LADY VARSITY SOFTBALL ACTION

Lady Indians Battle Archbold Blue Streaks In NWOAL Action; Fall 5-4
ARCHBOLD: April 21 The Wauseon Lady Indians headed down the road to Archbold on April 21 for an in conference showdown with the neighboring Lady Blue Streaks, walking away with a narrow 5-4 loss to the host Streaks. On the mound for the Lady Indians, Brooke Whipple took the loss, going 4 innings and allowing 5 runs off of 5 hits while walking 3 runners. Sam Norman also saw action, throwing 2 full innings and giving up just 1 hit and no runs. For Wauseon offensively, Whipple connected for a double from the batters box along with teammate Hayley Chamberlain. Whipple turned in a 3 for 3 performance batting for the Lady Indians while Faith Hicks turned in a solid 2 for 3 day. Olivia Banister had a hit in the game along with Breanna Coblentz in the loss. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Wauseon 5 6 1 Archbold 4 11 2

Stryker Blasts Fayette Lady Eagles In BBC Action On The Road


FAYETTE: April 24 The Stryker Lady Panthers traveled to Fayette on April 24 for a BBC showdown, shutting down the game in the 5th inning, and recording a 21-2 victory over the Lady Eagles. Conner Varner recorded the win, going 5 innings in the game. Varner allowed just 6 hits on the day while giving up just 2 earned runs. For the Lady Panthers, it was a banner day at the plate in the 1st inning, when they produced 17 runs in the opening at bat. On the game, Varner went off for 5 hits in the victory while Conner Sullivan recorded 3 hits. Miranda Pegorch, Taylor Haines, Sierra Walters, and Tasha Pegorch each logged 2 hits while Emily Cadwell and Megan Neville also connected for a hit in the win. For the Lady Eagles, Leah Bussing took the loss, going the distance in the game. Offensively for Fayette, Taylor West recorded a double while Kaitlin Brubaker connected for 2 singles. Presley Pennington, Taylor Hartman and Bussing rounded out the offense for Fayette with singles in the loss. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Fayette 2 6 4 Stryker 21 19 0

Powerful Lady Blue Streaks Take Down Lady Locomotives In NWOAL Action
MONTPELIER: April 24 The Montpelier Lady Locomotives played host to NWOAL power Archbold on April 24, falling to the visiting Blue Streaks 10-0 in a 5 inning game. For the Lady Locomotives in the loss, Jessy Duchene got hit for the loss, giving up 14 hit and 10 runs in the game. Offensively for Montpelier on the game, Mikayla Schilt, Breanna Stein, Sydney Houk, and Leslie Clark pounded out singles, with Stein hitting for two on the game. The loss drops Montpelier to 4-6 on the season and 2-3 in the NWOAL. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Montpelier 0 5 N/R Archbold 10 14 N/R

Otsego Visits Lady Indians; Prevails Over Host Wauseon 6-3


WAUSEON: April 25 The Wauseon Lady Indians played host to out of conference visitor Otsego on April 25th, falling to the visitors 6-3. On the mound for the Lady Indians, Brooke Whipple was tagged with the loss, going the full 7 innings; Whipple allowed 6 hits on the afternoon and gave up 3 earned runs while striking out 3 batters. At the plate for the Lady Indians, Olivia Banister had a 3 for 4 day, scoring 2 runs; Alex Whipple connected for a hit driving in 2 runs and Tiffany King rounded out the offense on for Wauseon with a hit and 1 RBI. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Otsego 6 7 1 Wauseon 3 6 2

WEST UNITY: April 25 The Hilltop Lady Cadets posted an impressive perforWEST UNITY: April 24 The Hilltop a single; Shayla Kauffman hit for 2 singles, mance on April 25, hosting Ottawa Hills Lady Cadets, behind a 3 hit performance and Brooke Chapin connected on a single and setting down the visiting team 21-1 in 5 innings to move to 9-5 on the year. They from the mound by Bailey Funkhouser, driving in a run for Hilltop. blasted Hilltop 10-1 to move to 6-0 in the In the loss for North Central, Reese Cog- remain at 6-0 in the BBC, For the Lady Cadets in the win, both BBC and 8-5 on the season. swell took the loss. Cogswell was beaten Funkhouser threw 7 full innings in the around for 9 hits in the game and allowed Hannah Bleikamp and Karissa Crisenberry went yard in the game. Bleikamp had 2 game, allowing just 3 hits and 1 run while 10 runs in the loss. setting down 4 Lady Eagle batters in the Offensively in the loss, Rachael Oxe- RBIs in the game while Crisenberry had 4. game . nder connected for 2 doubles, driving in 1 Brittany Mocherman also had a big day, Offensively for the Lady Cadets, Brit- run on the day while Sabrina Pickford also tany Mocherman connected for 2 singles connected for a single. driving in 2 RBIs on the day while Allie RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Schmitt continued her hot streak with a North Central 1 3 2 double and triple on the game, driving in 1 Hilltop 10 9 2 RBI. Funkhouser also drove in a run off of OTTAWA HILLS: April 26, 2014 The Montpelier Lady Locomotives put together two explosive offensive performances on April 26 at Ottawa Hills, overwhelming the hosts 13-3 in game one and shutting the game down in the 5th inning in game two 16-2 to pull even at 6-6 on the season.

Hilltop Lady Cadets Blast Hilltop Lady Cadets Host Ottawa Hills; North Central At Home Crush Visitors 21-1 in 5 Innings To Remain Perfect In BBC Play
RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Hilltop 21 17 2 Ottawa Hills 1 6 4

going 3 for 4 from the box and driving in a game high 5 runs. Brooke Chapin had 2 RBIs off of a 3 for 4 performance, while Allie Schmitt had a 2 for 4 day with 1 RBI. Sydney Schmitt went 2 for 3 with an RBI; LeAnn Joost also had 1 hit and drove in 2 runs in the Lady Cadet victory.

Lady Locomotives Hit The Road For Double Header; Blast Ottawa Hills In 2 Games
Ottawa Hills 3 3 N/P Game #2 The Lady Locomotives overpowered Ottawa Hills in game two, running away with a 16-2, 5th inning win to close out the two game series. Jessy Duchene put together a complete game, going 5 innings and allowing 2 runs off of 5 hits while sitting down 6 batters in the victory. Duchene also allowed only 2 walks in the game for Montpelier. Duchene and Breanna Stein each hit home runs in the game while Marinna Mercer recorded a triple, double, and a single. Sydney Houk connected for a double and single; Regan Steffes, Mikayla Schilt, Leslie Clark, and Christy Duchene each powered out hits in the win. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Montpelier 16 16 N/P Ottawa Hills 2 5 N/P

EDON: April 24 The Edon Bombers played host to the Pettisville Lady Blackbirds on April 24, falling to the visitors in a tight 9-7 decision. The win moves the Lady Blackbirds to 4-1 in the BBC and 5-4 overall on the season. Pettisville sets in second place in the BBC behind the Hilltop Lady Cadets. Teagan Kauffman got credit for the victory, throwing 7 innings and allowing 7 runs off of 9 hits. Kauffman allowed 6 runs in the first 3 innings but stiffened up in the late going to gain the win. Offensively for Pettisville on the game, Amber Klopfenstein had a huge day, recording a triple, double and single in the victory. Jaelyn Rufenacht hit for 2 singles

Pettisville Lady Blackbirds Rally For Road BBC Victory Over Edon Bombers

in the contest while teammates Audra Klopfenstein, Stefanie Hubby, Sydney Purdee, Mallory Riegsecker, and Marissa Beck each hit for singles in the conference victory. For the Bombers, Kaitlin Chrisman was tagged with the loss, allowing 10 hits and 9 runs n the game. Alex Kiess and Eliza Zulch each hit for a double while Nicole Newell also had a good day, going for a double and a single for Edon. The loss drops Edon to 3-2 in the BBC and 4-4 overall on the year. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Edon 7 9 3 Pettisville 9 10 3

Game #1 Breanna Stein recorded the win in game one, going the distance for 7 innings, allowing just hits and 3 runs. Stein also sat down 13 batters in the game. In game one offensively for the Lady Locos, Leslie Clark, Taylor Wells and Marinna Mercer each hit for a double and single in the game, while Regan Steffes, Christy Duchene, Sidney Houk, Mikayla Schilt, and Stein each recorded base hits in the Montpelier victory. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Montpelier 13 15 N/P

Stryker Lady Panthers Drop Two In Double Header At Tinora


TINORA: April 26, 2014 The Stryker Game #2 Lady Panthers traveled to Tinora on April Taylor Haines took to the mound in 26 for a double header with the Lady Rams, game two, fairing no better against a powfalling in both contests, 16-5 in game one erful Lady Ram offensive lineup, allowing while going down in game two 15-5. 11 earned runs off of 12 hits. Haines reGame #1 corded 3 Ks in the game and allowed no Conner Varner went the distance in walks. game one, throwing 5 innings and allowBoth Conner Sullivan and Conner Varing 10 earned runs off of 12 hits. Varner ner connected for round the base shots also recorded 3 strikeouts while advancing in the loss with Sullivan also recording a 4 batters by walk in the loss. single, while Miranda Pegorch and Sierra In game one offensively for the Lady Walters had doubles for Stryker. Panthers, Varner drove two shots into the Stryker sits at 3-3 in the BBC while fallfield for a pair of doubles, while Tasha Peing to 5-7 on the season with the double gorch recorded 2 singles. Conner Sullivan, header setback. Miranda Pegorch Emily Cadwell, and Taylor Haines also recorded hits in the loss. RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Stryker 5 5 6 RUNS / HITS / ERRORS Tinora 15 12 5 Stryker 5 8 4 Tinora 16 12 3

LETS GET READY ... Edons Kaitlin Chrisman on the mound and Nicole Newell at 3rd for the Lady Bombers at home versus Pettisville. Edon fell short 9-7 to the visiting Lady Blackbirds.

HOME PLATE ... Mallory Riegsecker at the plate for the Lady Blackbirds on April 24 at Edon. Pettisville prevailed 9-7 in the BBC contest.

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The Hometown Huddle - Edon, Montpelier, North Central, Hilltop, Stryker, Fayette, Pettisville & Wauseon Sports Action - 5

Boys & Girls - Track & Field Action


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Wauseon Lady Indians Capture Wauseon Indians Battle To Fifth At The Napoleon Wildcat Invitational The Napoleon Wildcat Invitational
NAPOLEON: April 19 If you need a definition of domination, the Lady Indians staged a clinic in it on April 19. Seventeen events made up the Napoleon Wildcat Invitational. Of those seventeen events, the Tribe took first or second place in eight, including going 1-2 twice. While everyone else was fighting over the table scraps, the Lady Indians were well on their way to be the champions of the event with 153 points, thirty points better than second place Celina. The following Wauseon finishes were posted by event 1 Wauseon 153 Girls 100 Meter Dash Preliminaries 2 Wyse, Seneca 13.29Q 13 Ramos, Raychel 14.27 18 Demaline, Breanna 15.43 Finals 2 Wyse, Seneca J13.02 Girls 200 Meter Dash Preliminaries 1 Archibeque, Haley 26.71Q 2 Wyse, Seneca 27.16Q 22 Demaline, Breanna 31.83 Finals 1 Archibeque, Haley 27.07 2 Wyse, Seneca 27.17 Girls 400 Meter Dash 1 Wyse, Seneca 1:00.65 4 Archibeque, Haley 1:02.67 18 Schaffner, Marin 1:10.99 Girls 800 Meter 2 Vernot, Taylor 2:21.64 8 Archibeque, Kylie 2:37.86 17 Stutzman, Amanda 2:51.58 Girls 1600 Meter 2 Vernot, Taylor 5:11.16 10 Archibeque, Kylie 5:48.90 22 Beck, Megan 6:20.40 Girls 3200 Meter Run 4 Volkman, Aneesa 12:11.56 10 Volkman, Aleea 12:58.59 18 Beck, Megan 14:11.78 Girls 100 Meter Hurdles Preliminaries 4 Roberts, Kathleen 16.98Q 8 Archibeque, Lindsey 17.46q 9 Mealer, Halen 18.04 Finals 4 Roberts, Kathleen 17.19 6 Archibeque, Lindsey 17.98 Girls 300 Meter Hurdles 3 Mealer, Halen 50.50 4 Roberts, Kathleen 50.66 7 Archibeque, Lindsey 51.99 Girls 4100 Meter Relay 6 Wauseon 55.75 Girls 4400 Meter Relay 8 Wauseon 4:37.52 Girls 4800 Meter Relay 3 Wauseon 10:14.16 Girls High Jump 1 Bosell, Sydney 4-10.00 Girls High Jump 11 Bosell, Amy J4-03.00 Girls Pole Vault 7 Campbell, McKayla 7-00.00 12 Gray, Samantha 6-00.00 Girls Long Jump 3 Wyse, Seneca 15-06.50 4 Schaffner, Marin 15-00.50 16 Stutzman, Amanda 13-04.75 Girls Shot Put 1 Thompson, Brandi 35-04.25 4 Triana, Miriam 33-08.50 8 Frank, Sally 32-10.50 Girls Discus Throw 1 Frank, Sally 121-04 2 Thompson, Brandi 114-03 7 Strauss, Kallie 100-03 NAPOLEON: April 19 Tough competition brings out the best in the competitors. The Wauseon Indians saw tough competition aplenty at the Napoleon Wildcat Invitational on April 19. Noah Castle dominated both of the throwing events and Quintin Reiser took first in the 3200 and second in the 1600 to lead the Tribe to the fifth place finish at the event. The following Wauseon finishes were posted by event 5 Wauseon 85 Boys 100 Meter Dash Preliminaries 18 Clausen, Spencer 12.49 19 Adkins, Travis 12.63 21 Solomon, Isaiah 13.16 Boys 200 Meter Dash Preliminaries 19 Byers, Corry 25.06 20 Gype, Tabb 25.09 21 McIntosh, Devyn 25.38 Boys 400 Meter Dash 5 Gype, Tabb 53.57 12 Creager, Mason 55.84 21 Leininger, Ty 58.56 Boys 800 Meter Run 19 Wilson, Tyler 2:18.81 21 Wyse, Cody 2:22.99 22 Campbell, Gage 2:28.83 Boys 1600 Meter Run 2 Reiser, Quintin 4:34.42 20 Beck, Aaron 5:11.67 21 Borders, Eddie 5:14.86 Boys 3200 Meter Run 1 Reiser, Quintin 10:03.47 Boys 110 Meter Hurdles Preliminaries 7 Kamp, Derrick 16.20q 13 Rupp, Derek 17.58 21 Hench, Daniel 19.47 Finals 5 Kamp, Derrick 15.89 Boys 300 Meter Hurdles 5 Kamp, Derrick 42.71 12 Rupp, Derek 44.37 17 Richer, Joe 45.65 Boys 4100 Meter Relay 8 Wauseon 47.48 Boys 4400 Meter Relay 5 Wauseon 3:45.85 Boys 4800 Meter Relay 8 Wauseon 9:11.99 Boys High Jump 2 Boysel, Kristopher J6-00.00 6 Lomas, Jayvontay 5-08.00 8 Bost, Alec J5-06.00 Boys Pole Vault 8 Boysel, Kristopher J11-00.00 10 Hench, Daniel 10-00.00 15 McIntosh, Devyn 9-00.00 Boys Long Jump 4 Boysel, Kristopher 19-10.50 13 Rupp, Derek 17-03.50 14 Bost, Alec 16-08.75 Boys Shot Put 1 Castle, Noah 53-10.50 2 Werder, Anthony 47-00.25 6 Huss, Robbie 44-04.00 Boys Discus Throw 1 Castle, Noah 166-07 8 Werder, Anthony 126-02 19 Stickley, Noah 109-02

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Boys 4100 Meter Relay 4 Montpelier A 47.85 7 No. Central A 53.59 Boys 4200 Meter Relay 4 Montpelier A 1:40.12 8 No. Central A 1:53.02 Boys 4400 Meter Relay 4 Montpelier A 3:52.25 9 No. Central A 4:26.25 Boys 4800 Meter Relay 4 Montpelier A 9:30.49 7 No. Central A 10:21.79

HAMLER: April 19 The Montpelier Locomotives and the North Central Eagles saw action at the Patrick Henry Joe Tussing Invitational on April 19. Despite inexperience and team size, the Williams County contingent fared well at the event, with Montpelier placing seventh with 24 points, and the understaffed Eagles placing ninth with 6 points. The following Montpelier and North Central finishes were posted by event 7 Montpelier 24 9 No. Central 6 Boys 100 Meter Dash Preliminaries 7 Royer, Dallas Montpelier 12.76 11 Salley, Donny No. Central 13.32 14 Knepper, Adam No. Central 13.42 16 Ruppert, Robert Montpelier 14.09 Boys 200 Meter Dash Preliminaries 9 Wang, Simon Montpelier 25.85 10 Salley, Donny No. Central 26.42 14 Knepper, Adam No. Central 27.00 15 Ruppert, Robert Montpelier 28.03 Boys 400 Meter Dash 9 Mason, Zac Montpelier 58.41 15 Oxender, Brett No. Central 1:06.88 Boys 800 Meter Run 8 Haines, Caleb Montpelier 2:19.67 12 Hutchinson, Logan Montpelier 2:32.41 13 Traxler, Nate No. Central 2:32.47 16 Oxender, Brett No. Central 2:51.31 Boys 1600 Meter Run 7 Sakos, Trenton No. Central 5:19.63 12 Vassar, Jason No. Central 5:34.83 Boys 3200 Meter Run 5 Sakos, Trenton No. Central 11:37.67 8 Vassar, Jason No. Central 12:06.28 Boys 110 Meter Hurdles Preliminaries 10 Faler, Kaleb No. Central 20.91 11 Grodi, Jakub No. Central 21.08

12 Hutchinson, Logan Montpelier 22.38 Boys 300 Meter Hurdles Preliminaries 10 Faler, Kaleb No. Central 50.67

HAMLER: April 19 The Lady Eagles of North Central met up with the Montpelier Lady Locomotives to take on a field of much bigger teams at the Joe Tussing Patrick Henry Invitational on April 19. Despite being unable to compete in every event, the local ladies made every event that they were in a competitive match. In the end, the Lady Eagles came home with eighth place and 19 points, while Montpelier finished ninth with 12. The following Montpelier and North Central finishes were posted by event 8 No. Central 19 9 Montpelier 12 Girls 100 Meter Dash Preliminaries 9 Kemarly, Alaina No. Central 15.37 12 Steele, Megan Montpelier 16.06 Girls 200 Meter Dash Preliminaries 10 Banks, Lita Montpelier 31.36 13 Steele, Megan Montpelier 33.32 Girls 400 Meter Dash 13 Banks, Lita Montpelier 1:14.82 15 Vandevoorde, Cady No. Central 1:21.32 Girls 800 Meter Run 9 Shaw, Keeley No. Central 3:18.82 Girls 1600 Meter Run 8 Harper, Taylor No. Central 6:56.97 Girls 100 Meter Hurdles Preliminaries 11 Vandevoorde, Cady No. Central 20.53 12 Vassar, Samantha No. Central 21.23 14 Bacon, Paishence Montpelier 26.20 Girls 300 Meter Hurdles Preliminaries 8 Vassar, Samantha No. Central 1:00.00

Girls 4100 Meter Relay 4 No. Central A 57.60 7 Montpelier A 59.97

Girls 4200 Meter Relay 5 No. Central A 2:02.47 8 Montpelier A 2:08.33 Girls 4800 Meter Relay 6 No. Central A 14:08.39 Girls High Jump 7 Schofield, Brooke No. Central 4-04.00 Girls Long Jump Preliminaries 1 Kemarly, Alaina No. Central 1405.25q 5 Shaw, Keeley No. Central 1308.00q 13 Moor, Stacie Montpelier 10-08.75 Finals 2 Kemarly, Alaina No. Central 1405.25 J14-05.25 4 Shaw, Keeley No. Central 13-08.00 13-11.50 Girls Shot Put Preliminaries 2 Hageman, Baylee Montpelier 3510.00q 13 Brown, Sabrina No. Central 2410.50 15 McConnaughey, Heather No. Central 23-06.50 Finals 2 Hageman, Baylee Montpelier 3510.00 Girls Discus Throw Preliminaries 6 Hageman, Baylee Montpelier 8509q 11 Pace, Cameron No. Central 76-09 17 McConnaughey, Heather No. Central 58-00 Finals 4 Hageman, Baylee Montpelier 98-00
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Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

Edon Holds Off Stryker For First In BBC Quad With Hilltop Lady Cadets Take Third Place In an April 21st North Central & Fayette Quad Meet At Antwerp
CONTINUATION OF TRACK & FIELD ACTION
ANTWERP: April 21 The Hilltop Lady Cadets missed almost as many events as they competed in on April 21, but even then they were able to make strong inroads at a quad meet against Antwerp, Hicksville, and Blackhawk Christian. The Ladies in Red pulled out a third place finish, outgunning Blackhawk for the position by a 37-26 score. Kailey Creamer and Madeleine Routhier led the way with a first place finish apiece The following Hilltop finishes were posted by event High Jump 2nd Routhier 4 6 4 x 800 4th Hilltop 13:01 100 Dash 1st Creamer 14.15 4th Semer 15.2 1600 1st Routhier 6:10 300 Hurdles 2nd Creamer 51.85 800 1st Routhier 2:49.5 200 3rd Creamer 29.9 3200 2nd Johnson 14:57 4 x 100 4th Hilltop 1:03.4 STRYKER: April 21 The Stryker Lady Panthers hosted a BBC quad-meet on the afternoon of April 21, welcoming in Edon, North Central, and Fayette. Although they defended their ground well, there was simply too much of the Lady Bombers to fend off for the Lady Panthers, who ceded

first place to Edon by a 94.5-70 score over Stryker North Central captured third place with 53.5 points, and Fayette placed fourth with 27. Individual statistics for the event were illegible.

Will McKinney Of Hilltop Sets A New Pole Vault Record At Antwerp Quad Meet
ANTWERP: April 21 The Hilltop Cadets finished fourth in an April 21 quad meet versus Antwerp, Blackhawk Christian, and Hicksville. Despite missing 10 of the 17 events due to team size, the Cadets made noise in the events in which they were involved. Case in point was the pole vault, which was won by senior Will McKinney. His mark of 13 6 was not just tops for the event, it placed his name in the Hilltop record books. The following Hilltop finishes were posted by event Pole Vault 1st McKinney 13 6 * New Hilltop Record * 3rd McCain 7 0 4 x 200 2nd Hilltop 1:56.10 1600 2nd Livensparger 4:51 400 5th Livensparger 58.12 800 4th Shilling 2:24 3200 5th Livensparger 12:17 4 x 400 3rd Hilltop 4:39 GAIN HEIGHT ... The Lady Eagles Alaina Kemarly flying high in the long jump on April 21.
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UP AND OVER ... North Centrals Samantha Vassar clears the bar for the Lady Eagles at the Stryker Quad on April 21.

Edon Bombers Dominate BBC Quad With Stryker, North Central & Fayette
STRYKER: April 21 The well-staffed Edon Bombers overwhelmed the forces of the Stryker Panthers, North Central Eagles, and Fayette Eagles in an April 21 BBC quad meet. Edon placed first with 101 points, followed by Fayette with 69. North Central took third with 51 points, and the hometown Panther Pack finished fourth with 14 points. Individual statistics for the event were illegible.

FLYING HIGH ... Edons Destinee Riter pockets another 1st place finish on the season in the Pole Vault on April 21 at the Stryker Quad.

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Anthony Wayne Sends The Wauseon Indians Into Retreat, 4-1


WHITEHOUSE: April 21, 2014 The Wauseon Indians were handed a 4-1 thumping on the road by Anthony Wayne on April 21. Tyler Shipley of the Tribe broke up the shutout with a three set win in singles play. The following results are by match Varsity Singles Tyler Shipley took out Todd Guardiolia (AW) 3-6, 6-2 and 6-2 Alex Wenger fell to Sam Shook (AW) Levi Rees was swept by Austin Kaminski (AW) 2-6 and 0-6 Varsity Doubles Zach Spadafore / Fernando Canales fell to Austin Adams / Alex Bukoumsky (AW) 1-6, 7-6 and 1-6 Derek Zimmerman / Kyle Blankenship fell to Tyler Roeher / Sam Barrett (AW) 1-6 and 2-6

Bryan Escapes The Wauseon Indians In April 22nd NWOAL Net Play
PERFECT FORM ... Stryker Senior Alex Spahr in perfect form at the Panthers home Track Quad on April 21.
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WAUSEON: April 22, 2014 The Wauseon Indians were edged by NWOAL rival Bryan on April 14, 3-2. Wins were registered by Alex Wenger in singles combat and the team of Kyle Blankenship and Derek Zimmerman in doubles play. The following results are by match Varsity Singles Tyler Shipley fell to Derek Vincent (Bryan) 4-6, 6-3 and 2-6

Alex Wenger swept Zach Bauer (Bryan) Levi Rees fell in straight sets to Josh Stark (Bryan) 1-6 and 4-6 Varsity Doubles Zach Spadafore / Fernando Canales fell to Unknown (Bryan) 4-6 and 0-6 Derek Zimmerman / Kyle Blankenship defeated Unknown (Bryan) 6-2 and 7-6 (7-3)

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OVER THE NET ... Sophomore Derek Zimmerman was a doubles partner with Kyle Blankenship in the match against Bryan.

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BACK TO YOU ... Junior Zach Spadafore keeps the volley going against the Bryan double team.

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Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

The Hometown Huddle - Edon, Montpelier, North Central, Hilltop, Stryker, Fayette, Pettisville & Wauseon Sports Action - 7

Pettisville Blackbirds Finish Wauseon Indian Thinclads Pick Up Second In BBC Versus NWOAL Meet With Archbold And Delta An NWOAL Win Over Swanton
CONTINUATION OF TRACK & FIELD ACTION
WAUSEON: April 22 The Swanton Bulldogs brought the NWOAL action to Tribe Town for a run against the Wauseon Indians on April 22, but the hometown boys caged the Dogs handily by a 98-38 score. The following Wauseon finishes were posted by event Discus 1st N Castle 141 0.5 2nd N Stickley 130 0.33 3rd A Werder 117 0.1 Shot 1st N Castle N/D 2nd A Werder N/D 3rd R Huss N/D High Jump 1st J Lomas 5 6 2nd A Bost 5 6 Long Jump 3rd D Rupp 16 7.25 Pole Vault 1st D Hench 8 6 3rd R Canales 8 0 4 x 800 1st Wauseon 9:31.12 110 Hurdles 1st D Kamp 16.21 2nd K Boysel 16.378 3rd D Rupp 17.43 100 Dash 3rd S Clausen 11.90 4 x 200 2nd Wauseon 1:41.34 1600 1st Q Reiser 4:58.9 2nd J Morguet 5:04.81 3rd C Blanchong 5:18.15 4 x 100 1st Wauseon 48.56 400 2nd D McIntosh 56.53 3rd T Brink 58.34 300 Hurdles 1st S Hutchinson 46.53 2nd J Richer 46.65 3rd D Hench 49.19 800 1st T Wilson 2:16.93 2nd B Thourot 2:19.81 3rd J Morguet 2:21.0 200 3rd T Gype 24.81 3200 1st Q Reiser 10:19.75 2nd A Beck 11:35.2 4 x 400 1st Wauseon 3:51.06 DELTA: April 22 The Pettisville Blackbirds hit the road for Delta for an April 22 tussle against the Panthers and the Archbold Blue Streaks. The Blackbirds, competing in only 11 of the 17 events on the day, hung tough, but the much bigger Archbold squad prevailed overall. The Streaks won with 96 points, doubling up on second place Pettisville with 48. Delta took third with 28. The following Pettisville finishes were posted by event High Jump 1st Dykstra 6 0 Long Jump 4th Waidelich 17 3 Pole Vault 2nd Waidelich 11 0 4 x 800 1st Pettisville 8:05 4 x 200 2nd Pettisville 1:44.4 1600 1st Lantz 4:44 2nd Frey 4:46 4 x 100 2nd Pettisville N/T 400 1st Dykstra 54.5 800 2nd Frey 2:17 3rd Hauter 2:20 3200 2nd Sauder 11:53 4 x 400 2nd Pettisville 3:51

Wauseon v. Patrick Henry Track


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Swanton Lady Bulldogs Walk Into A Wauseon Massacre


WAUSEON: April 22 Team strength is important in track and field. You cannot win team points if you do not compete in all the events. The more events missed, the more chances for points go by the boards. After their trip to take on NWOAL rival Wauseon on April 22, nobody can attest to the above better than the Swanton Lady Bulldogs. The uphill battle against a larger Wauseon squad was compounded further for Swanton in the fact that the Lady Indians are a more polished and experienced team all around. When all was said and done, it was a slim nine points that separated Swanton from the ultimate ignominy as the Tribe humbled their visitors by a 119-9 score. The following Wauseon finishes were posted by event Discus 1st S Frank 115 5 2nd K Strauss 103 11 Shot 1st B Thompson 37 3.5 2nd S Frank 33 11 3rd M Triana 31 8 High Jump 1st S Bosell 4 6 2nd A Bosell 4 6 Long Jump 1st M Schaffner 14 6 2nd S. Wyse 14 5.75 Pole Vault 1st M Campbell 7 0 4 x 800 1st Wauseon 12:21 100 Hurdles 1st H Mealer 16.87 2nd K Roberts 17.09 3rd L Archibeque 17.53 100 Dash 1st H Archibeque 12.93 3rd R Ramos 13.9 4 x 200 1st Wauseon 1:57 1600 1st K Archibeque 5:52.65 3rd V Becerril 6:56 4 x 100 1st Wauseon 57.65 400 1st S Wyse 1:06.09 2nd A Fetterman 1:09.56 3rd M Campbell 1:09.87 300 Hurdles 1st K Roberts 52.09 2nd H Mealer 54.96 3rd L Archibeque 55.67 800 1st K Archibeque 2:43.87 2nd M Beck 2:52.06 3rd A Stutzman 2:56.03 200 1st S Gray 29.25 2nd L Archibeque 30.03 3rd R Ramos 31.59 3200 1st T Vernot 11:20.09 2nd An Volkman 12:33.91 4 x 400 1st Wauseon 4:35.15 Kris Boysel in the long jump. Marin Schaffner runs relaxed and all alone in her leg of the 4x200 meter relay. Anthony Werder leads his heat of the 100 meter race.

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

"THE HOMETOWN HUDDLE" ~ HAMMER ATHLETICS ~ BODY WORKS

SENIOR COMPETITOR ... Wauseon senior Brandi Thompson competed in both the discus and shot put for the Lady Indians track team.

JESSY DUCHENE MONTPELIER HIGH SCHOOL


The Lady Locos of Montpelier are once again a team to be reckoned with in 2014. A huge reason for that can be found in the arm of Jessy Duchene.

MIKE PEEPLES EDON HIGH SCHOOL


Not only is Peeps back and healthy, hes looking a lot like that guy that won the D-III state championship in the high jump in 2012.

PERSONAL BEST ... Sophomore Kallie Strauss threw for a personal record of 10311 good for second place.

UP UP AND AWAY ... Junior Sally Frank is consistently throwing over 115 feet now in the discus. Frank won the meet with a toss of 115-5.

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8 - The Hometown Huddle - Edon, Montpelier, North Central, Hilltop, Stryker, Fayette, Pettisville & Wauseon Sports Action

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

CONTINUATION OF TRACK & FIELD ACTION

CONTINUATION OF TENNIS ACTION

Montpelier Locomotives Top Edon Maumee Valley Country Day No Bombers & Evergreen Vikings Match For The Wauseon Indians
EDON: April 24 The Montpelier Locomotives put together a strong effort on April 24, defeating the thinclads of Edon and Evergreen at Leanne Field. Montpelier posted 87 points to easily outdistance runner-up Edon and their 47. Evergreen finished in third with 41 points. The following Edon and Montpelier finishes were posted by event Discus 3rd Cook M 103 3 4th Ordway E 100 3 Shot 2nd Ordway E 39 11.5 3rd Whittaker E 39 7.25 High Jump 1st Peeples E 5 10 2nd McCord M 5 6 3rd Blake M 5 4 Long Jump 1st Snyder M 19 6 2nd Peeples E 18 6 4th Wang M 16 8.5 Pole Vault 1st Walkowski E 10 6 2nd Hutchison M 10 0 3rd Kirkingburg E 10 0 4th Mason M 9 0 4 x 800 1st Montpelier 9:26 3rd Edon 10:00 110 Hurdles 1st Snyder M 16.5 2nd Peeples E 16.7 3rd Martin E 19.2 100 Dash 1st Royer M 11.99 4th Frantom E 12.56 4 x 200 1st Montpelier 1:42.2 2nd Edon 1:49.6 1600 1st Waterston M 5:18 2nd Laduke E 5:25 3rd McCord M 5:32 4th Dunkle E 5:35 4 x 100 1st Montpelier 47.2 3rd Edon 50.0 400 2nd Kirkingburg E 57.4 3rd Unknown E 58.9 300 Hurdles 1st Zuver M 43.1 2nd Shaull M 45.4 3rd Martin E 45.5 4th Peeples E 46.2 800 1st Rings M 2:17 2nd Blake M 2:22 3rd Kirkingburg E -2:25 200 1st Wang M 24.9 2nd Shaull M 25.3 3rd Baker E 25.8 3200 1st Waterston M 11:17 2nd Braun E 11:19 3rd Ramey M 12:14 4 x 400 1st Montpelier 3:52 3rd Edon 3:59 TOLEDO: April 24, 2014 The Wauseon Indians mauled Maumee Valley Country Day on April 24, sending their visitors packing on the short end of a 4-1 score. The following results are by match Varsity Singles Tyler Shipley aced Ryan OToole (MVCD) 6-0 and 6-0 Alex Wenger swept Paon Pipatjarasgit (MVCD) 6-0 and 6-0 Colin Tedrow fell to Thomas Cunliff Colin Tedrow 1-6 and 1-6 Varsity Doubles Kyle Blankenship / Zach Spadafore trumped Milo Gill / Zach Safudi (MVCD) 6-4 and 6-2 Tony Reyes / Taylor Wilcoxon blanked Nizaam Zigher / Fareid El Gafy (MVCD) 6-0 and 6-0

JR. High Track Action


Stryker Jr. High Girls Trounced By Pettisville
STRYKER: April 21 The Pettisville Lady Blackbirds had every event covered on April 21. The Lady Panthers of Stryker missed 7 of the 17 events. That disparity of team size proved to be the tipping factor as the Ladybirds had little trouble putting down their BBC rivals by a 98-30 score. The following BBC finishes were posted by event Discus 1st Hauter P 65 0 2nd Hall S 58 0 3rd Crouch P 47 7 Shot 1st Hauter P 29 7 2nd Crouch P 24 2 3rd Hall S 22 0.5 High Jump 1st Tilley P 3 10 Long Jump 1st Shy S 12 3 2nd Wixom P 11 6 3rd Tilley P 10 8 Pole Vault 1st K Pursel P 6 6 2nd Leppelmeier P 6 6 100 Dash 1st K Behnfeldt P 14.8 2nd Grime S 15.2 3rd Pursel P 15.4 4 x 200 1st Pettisville 2:05.4 1600 1st Hostetler P N/T 2nd N Foor P N/T 4 x 100 1st Pettisville 57.64 400 1st E Beck P 1:09.9 2nd Leppelmeier P 1:10.9 3rd K Johnson P 1:17.9 200 Hurdles 1st Whitman S 37.4 2nd Ferguson S 42.6 3rd M Wixom P 47.9 800 1st K Hostetler P 2:57.8 2nd Stuckey S 3:08.8 3rd S Beck P 3:16.6 200 1st S Herring P 30.9 2nd K Nofziger P 32.2 3rd Wolfrum S 33.2 4 x 400 1st Pettisville 5:02.8

THE HOMETOWN HUDDLE

DETERMINATION ... Edon Senior Jordan Whittaker in the circle ready to throw at the Edon Tri held on April 24.

PHOTOS BY MARK MERCER, STAFF

EDON: April 24 Evergreen and Montpelier sent their girls track teams to Edon to take on the Lady Bombers on April 24. Evergreen emerged with first place, followed by Edon then Montpelier, but there was a little something extra for the hometown girls that really was not that little. Hannah Gutting, who already broke the disc record at the Wayne Trace Invite earlier in the campaign, added another notch to her belt by setting the school shot record with a throw of 38 11.25. The following Edon and Montpelier finishes were posted by event Discus 1st Gutting E 123 11 2nd Blake M 79 6.5 3rd Parrish E 60 11 Shot 1st Gutting E 38 11.25 * New Edon School Record * 3rd Parrish E 28 0.25 4th Blake M 25 4.75 High Jump 2nd Lemmon E 4 2 3rd Erikson M 4 2 5th Trausch E 3 10 Long Jump 2nd Gill M 13 4 3rd Schaffter E 11 10 4th Gearhart E 11 1 Pole Vault 1st Riter E 7 0 2nd Joice E 6 6 4 x 800 2nd Edon 13:21

Evergreen Lady Vikings Pettisville Blackbirds Jr. High Outlast Edon & Montpelier Boys Outgun Stryker Panthers
3rd Montpelier 13:29 110 Hurdles 4th Riter E 20.2 100 Dash 3rd Quaderer M 14.2 4th Gill M 14.7 4 x 200 1st Montpelier 1:58.3 3rd Edon 2:08.9 1600 1st Kai Sonneberger E 6:02 2nd Kar Sonneberger E 6:24 4 x 100 1st Montpelier 55.0 3rd Edon 1:03.1 400 1st Trausch E 1:11.5 2nd Gearhart E 1:12.0 3rd Hildebrandt M 1:18.3 300 Hurdles 4th Riter E 1:01.3 800 2nd -Kai Sonneberger E 2:55 3rd Kar Sonneberger E 3:01 4th Graham M 3:18 200 2nd Quaderer M 29.2 3rd Banks M 29.9 4th Gearhart E 30.5 3200 1st Kar Sonneberger E 13:29 2nd Kai Sonneberger E 14:16 4 x 400 2nd Edon 5:03 3rd Montpelier -5:38 STRYKER: April 21 The Pettisville Blackbirds Prevailed over the Stryker Panthers in a BBC dual meet in Stryker on April 21. The Boys in Black secured first place with 69 points, besting the 52 of the second place Panther Pack. The following finishes were posted by event Discus 1st White S 80 0.5 2nd Chappuis S 54 6 3rd Neville S 48 6.5 Shot 1st Chiow S 30 2 2nd Chappuis S 28 5 3rd White S 27 5.5 High Jump 1st Bost S 4 8 2nd S Rychener P 4 6 3rd J Rychener P 4 4 Long Jump 1st Heath S 13 8 2nd S Rychener P 13 5 3rd Nofziger P 12 8.5 Pole Vault 1st Z Morrison P 7 6 2nd J Graber P 6 0 100 Hurdles 1st S Rychener P 20.1 2nd Fether S 21.7 100 Dash 1st C Nofziger P 14.1 2nd Chiow S 14.7 3rd C Keim P 15.7 4 x 200 1st Stryker 2:15.8 1600 1st N Rocha P 5:35 2nd C Wyse P N/T 3rd Bost S 6:03 4 x 100 1st Stryker 58.7 400 1st C Nofziger P 1:05.4 2nd Z Morrison P 1:06.1 3rd Samson S 1:16.4 200 Hurdles 1st Boetz S 34.5 2nd J Rychener P 34.9 3rd C Keim P 37.8 800 1st C Wyse P 2:33.5 2nd N Rocha P 2:33.7 3rd Neville S 3:11.2 200 1st G Young P 28.9 2nd C Nolander P 29.4 3rd B Baer P 31.6 4 x 400 1st Pettisville 4:33.9

OUT OF THE BLOCKS ... Montpelier Locomotive Dallas Royer powers out of the starting blocks at Edon on April 24.

100 Hurdles 1st Pettit S 20.7 2nd Foor P 22.1 3rd S Tilley P 22.6

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NEW RECORD ... Edon Senior Hannah Gutting, Edon Lady Bomber Track, set a new school record in the Shot Put at home UP AND OVER ... Edons Destinee Riter in the Bombers Tri meet with Montpelier clears 7 0 to take home 1st on April 24th and Evergreen with a throw of 38 11 1/4 . in the Lady Bombers home meet.

PHOTOS BY: MARK MERCER, STAFF

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Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

The Hometown Huddle - Edon, Montpelier, North Central, Hilltop, Stryker, Fayette, Pettisville & Wauseon Sports Action - 9

CONTINUATION OF JR. HIGH TRACK ACTION

Edon Escapes North Central In Jr. Hi Quad With Hilltop & Monclova
PIONEER: April 21 The Edon Bombers got past the North Central Eagles 59-56 to take an April 21 quad meet with Monclova Christian and Hilltop. Hilltop finished fourth with 28 points in the event. The following Edon, NC and Hilltop finishes were posted by event Discus 1st Siebenaler E 95 9 5th Blaisdell H 63 2 Shot 1st Brandt E 33 2 2nd Masters H 30 9 3rd Blaisdell H 29 7.5 4th Tomblin N 25 8 High Jump 1st Brandt E 5 0 2nd Tomblin NC 4 10 3rd Bloir E 4 4 4th Suboski H 4 4 5th Eitniear E 4 4 Long Jump 1st Siebenaler E 15 0 2nd Bentley N 14 10 3rd Eicher E 14 1 4th Livensparger N 14 1 Pole Vault 1st Walkowski E 8 0 2nd Galloway NC 6 6 3rd France NC 6 0 100 Hurdles 1st Shilling H 18.55 2nd Bloir E 20.59 3rd Walkowski E 21.21 100 Dash 1st Turner N 12.36 2nd Bentley N 12.72 3rd Brandt E 12.83 4th Eitnier E 13.28 5th Suboski H 14.42 4 x 200 1st North Central 2:03.6 2nd Edon 2:04.5 1600 2nd Hodapp E 5:47 3rd Galloway N 5:50 5th Livensparger N 6:00 4 x 100 1st Hilltop 55.69 2nd North Central 57.4 3rd Edon 1:01.9 400 1st Eitniear E 1:00.41 2nd Riley H 1:03.52 3rd Turner N 1:04.54 4th Masters H 1:05.68 5th Eicher E 1:06 200 Hurdles 1st Shilling H 31.22 2nd Bloir E 32.43 3rd Walkowski E 33.24 4th Haas N 33.81 800 2nd Bleikamp H 2:36 3rd Turner N 2:40 200 1st Bentley N 26.76 2nd Siebenaler E 26.78 3rd Wilson E 27.49 4th Riley H 27.89 5th Masters H 28.69 4 x 400 1st North Central 4:42

Edon Girls Win Quad At North Central Over Monclova, NC & Hilltop
PIONEER: April 21 The Edon Junior High girls prevailed at an April 21 quad meet over Monclova Christian, North Central and Hilltop. Edon placed first with 80 points, followed by the hometown Lady Eagles with 62. Hilltop took third place with 41, leaving Monclova alone in fourth with 37. The following finishes for Edon, Hilltop and NC were posted by event Discus 1st Julian E 53 3 4th Dargitz E 33 3 Shot 1st Julian E 25 9 2nd Ryan N 23 5 3rd Dargitz E 20 3 High Jump 2nd Ballmer E 3 8 Long Jump 1st Zenz N 13 7 2nd Lashaway N 12 10 3rd Brown H 12 8.5 4th Radabaugh E 11 11.5 5th Fenicle N 11 7 Pole Vault 1st Lashaway N 6 0 2nd Fenicle N 5 6 100 Hurdles 2nd Bauer H 21.40 3rd Ewers E 21.68 100 Dash 1st Radabaugh E 14.28 2nd Keesecker N 14.46 3rd Shaw E 14.78 1600 1st Braun E 6:17 3rd Brown H 6:25 5th Wyse H 7:21 4 x 100 1st North Central 1:05.18 2nd Edon 1:06.56 400 1st Brown H 1:09.59 2nd Zenz N 1:10.63 3rd Keesecker N 1:11.64 200 Hurdles 1st Ewers E 36.26 3rd Cozart N 38.32 4th Bauer H 41.66 800 2nd Braun E 2:54 3rd Brown H 2:58 4th Bauer N 3:05 5th Brown N 3:08 200 1st Brown H 30.56 2nd Radabaugh E 31.06 4th Ryan N 34.0 4 x 400 1st North Central 5:11.3

Edgerton & Fairview Bow To Montpelier Jr. High Boys


MONTPELIER: April 22 The Montpelier Locomotive Junior High boys held sway over a pair of GMC foes on April 22. The Locos defeated both Edgerton and Fairview, taking first with 79 points. After the meet, Coach Jason Johnson said, Evan Friend had a BIG night as he won both the long jump and the high jump in new personal bests (shown as PR), as well as leading the 4 X 200 relay team with Brandon Stein, Jacob Bailey, and Jaden VanTong to victory. Others scoring first place points for us were Alex Abrams in the 110 Hurdles (PR), Kolden Uribes in the 200 Hurdles (PR), Austin Grubb in the 200M (PR), Jacob Bailey in the shot (PR), Noah Conklin in the disc (PR), and the 4 X 100 relay team of Brandon Stein, Austin Grubb, Jaden VanTong, and Kolden Uribes by one one-hundredth of a second! Scoring second place points for us were Tre Hutchinson in the 800M, Justin Wiyrick in the disc (PR), Jaden VanTong in the long jump (PR), Bryer Bentley in the pole vault (PR), and the 4 X 400 relay team of Bradey Clair, Blake Bumb, Nate Hutchinson, and Tre Hutchinson. Third place finishers were Bryer Bentley in the 110 Hurdles (PR), Jordan Ramey in the 100M (PR), Kolden Uribes in the 400M (PR), Alex Abrams in the 200 Hurdles (PR), Jordan Ramey in the 200M (PR), Jacob Bailey in the disc (PR), and Alex Abrams in the high jump (PR). Fourth place finishers were Nate Hutchinson in the 1600M (PR) and the 800M (PR), Bryer Bentley in the 200 Hurdles (PR), and Brandon Stein in the 200M (PR). The following Montpelier first place finishes were posted by event Shot Put-Bailey-M-35 3 1/2 Discus-Conklin-M-93 6 1/2 Long Jump-Friend-M-17 7 1/2 High Jump-Friend-M-5 4 110 Hurdles-Abrams-M-22.11 4X100-Montpelier-M-52.37 4X200-Montpelier-M-01:49.9 200 Hurdles-Uribes-M-31 200M-Grubb-M-26.76

Wauseon Junior High Track

BOYS TRACK ... Front row: Lincoln Schmucker, Tony Schweinhagen, Brady Blaylock, Michael Cheezan, Nolen Flint, Henry Humbarger, Ryan Compton, Xavier Torres. Middle: Seth Mansu, Brian Kuney, Omar Armas, Zeb Smith, Zac Carroll, Kyle Vernot, Kyle Zirkle, Evan Kost, Cam Sauber. Top from left: Alex Alverez, Christian Cantu, Dawson Rupp, Alex Sosa, Austin Rotroff, Lance Jutze, Colton Blanton, Owen Newlove, Cade McVey.

PHOTOS BY BILL BRAY, STAFF

Pettisville Takes Second, Fayette Fourth In April 24th Quad Meet


GIRLS TRACK ... Front row (from left): Olivia Ladd, Madison Baugh, Ashtyn Falor, Jessica Newlove, Marlalyn Martinez, Avery Giguere, Mya Suarez, Tylee Thourot. Second row (from left): Alex Gray, Cecili Saldivar, Jessica Perez, Rylee Campbell, Paige Moden, Kendra Gorczyca, Olivia Leininger, Jaydelin Vasvera, Katelyn Roth. Back row (from left): Hannah Richer, Julie Waldron, Dani Bryan, Sophia Stockham, Ally Tefft, Kennedy Lillich, Karli Penrod, Myia Mcleoud, Lexi Sauber, Briana Criswell, Josten Brown, Bekah Rees, Amanda Baker, Kelsey Cameron. PETTISVILLE: April 24 The Pettisville Blackbird Junior High boys welcomed in the teams of Fayette, Delta, and Edgerton for an April 24 quad meet. Delta held sway over the event, pushing Pettisville in toe second place, with Fayette finishing in fourth. The following Pettisville and Fayette finishes were posted by event Discus 1st H Griffiths F 93 5 Shot 3rd Griffiths F 30 9.75 High Jump 2nd J Rychener P 4 6 3rd S Rychener P 4 6 Long Jump 3rd S Rychener P 8 3.5 Pole Vault 1st Morrison P 7 0 3rd J Graber P 6 0 100 Hurdles 1st Rychener P 20.2 100 Dash 3rd C Young P 14.1 5th Keim P 15.1 4 x 200 2nd Pettisville 2:06.7 1600 2nd Rocha P 5:34.4 4 x 100 2nd Pettisville 1:04.3 400 1st C Nofziger P 1:03.6 3rd Morrison P 1:05.8 200 Hurdles 1st C Nofziger P 30.1 3rd S Rychener P 34.8 4th Keim P 36.6 800 1st N Rocha P 2:35.4 200 3rd Young P 28.5 4th C Nolander P 29.5 4 x 400 1st Pettisville 4:38.0

Edon Junior High Track Teams

EDON JUNIOR HIGH BOYS TRACK First row Justin Braun, Manager; Chad Howard, Stanley Heckman, Thor Dunkle, Dakota Rau. Second row Chandler Howard, Cameron Reed, Jacob Long, Clayton Casebere, Colin Dulle, Darius Kurtz, Chris Sturtevant. Third row Conner Wilson, Logan Bloir, Cort Eicher, Levi Eitniear, Travis Siebenaler, Dru Walkowski, Hunter Hodapp. Top row Assistant Coach Terry Whitney, Head Coach Steve Stamper. Not pictured Carson Brandt, Cadin Jaessing.

PHOTO BY: LUCINDA HELD-FAULHABER, STAFF

Pettisville Wins Quad Meet With Edgerton, Fayette & Delta


PETTISVILLE: April 24 The Pettisville Ladybird junior high squad were in action against Edgerton, Delta, and Fayette on the afternoon of April 24. With Edgerton gaining ground coming into the final event, the Lady Blackbirds pulled away with a first place finish in the 1600 relay, giving them some breathing room and a first place finish overall with 73.5 points, 4.5 points better than runner-up Edgerton. The understaffed Lady Eagles of Fayette finished in fourth with 10 points. The following Pettisville and Fayette finishes were posted by event Discus 2nd M Crouch P 48 3 Shot 3rd M Crouch P 24 4.25 High Jump 1st K Randall F 4 6 100 Hurdles 1st N Foor P 20.1 100 Dash 2nd K Randall F 14.7 4th K Pursel P 15.4 4 x 200 1st Pettisville 2:05.9 1600 1st N Foor P 6:08.8 2nd K Hostetler P 6:14.4 4 x 100 1st Pettisville 57.6 400 1st E Beck P 1:09.1 3rd M Leppelmeier P 1:09.9 800 1st K Hostetler P 2:57.1 200 3rd S Herring P 30.7 4th Behnfeldt P 30.9 4 x 400 1st Pettisville 4:58.2

EDON JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS TRACK Front row Tessa Steinke, Jackie Dargitz, Leora Ballmer, Wendy Braun, Shelby Moran. Middle row Kati Ewers, Olivia Radabaugh, Tammie Julian, Tamara Mills, Autumn Scher. Back row Assistant Coach Terry Whitney, Head Coach Steve Stamper. Not pictured Desi Bohn, Candace Shaw.

Pole Vault 1st M Leppelmeier P 7 0 2nd K Pursel P 7 0

10 - The Hometown Huddle - Edon, Montpelier, North Central, Hilltop, Stryker, Fayette, Pettisville & Wauseon Sports Action

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30TH, 2014