Monday roundup: Fort Loramie golf finishes regular season 16-0


Jackson Center volleyball beats New Knoxville in five sets, Versailles girls golf stays undefeated

Staff report



Fort Loramie’s Shea Swick


VERSAILLES — Fort Loramie’s boys golf team beat Versailles 164-172 on Monday at Stillwater Valley Golf Club to wrap-up regular season play with a 16-0 record in dual- and tri-matches.

Shea Swick and Clay Eilerman both shot 40 on Monday to lead the Redskins. Mitchell Puthoff had a 41 and Eli Rosengarten had a 43 to finish Loramie’s scoring. Zach Pleiman and Craig Eilerman both had 44.

PJ Platfoot led the Tigers with a 40. Connor VanSkyock and Will Eversole each had 42, and Austin Pleiman and Alex Keiser each had 48. Ethan Kremer shot a 50.

The Redskins’ players had a 78-6 record in regular season.

Girls Golf

Versailles 176, Arcanum 220

The Tigers finish regular season play 11-0 overall with Monday’s win over Arcanum at Stillwater Valley.

Versailles’ Jorja Pothast was the medalist with a 41. Morgan Barlage had a 43, Lauren Durham had a 45 and Morgan Heitkamp had a 47 to finish the team’s scoring. Anna Groff shot a 50 and Maddie Durham shot a 59.

Lexi Unger led Arcanum with a 51.

Versailles plays in the Division II sectionals on Wednesday at Stillwater Valley.

Volleyball

Jackson Center 3, New Knoxville 2

Jackson Center won the fifth game 15-11 to claim the nonconference match on Monday. The Tigers won the first game and fourth game by 25-23 scores, while New Knoxville won the second 25-13 and third 25-17.

Raquel Kessler led Jackson Center with 23 kills and 14 digs. Caroline Frieders had 17 kills, 23 assists and nine digs, while Katie Sosby had 28 digs and Elizabeth Hickey had six kills. Connor Pipke had 21 digs, Madilynn Platfoot had 19 assists and Megan Argabright had four blocks.

Tayler Doty led the Rangers with 19 kills and had 11 digs. Caitlin Lammers had 13 kills and three solo blocks. Carly Fledderjohann had 44 assists, Faith Holman had 31 digs and Erin Scott had 23 digs.

Jackson Center (9-5, 5-2 Shelby County Athletic League) plays next on Thursday at Botkins, while New Knoxville (6-5, 2-3 Midwest Athletic Conference) plays next on Thursday at Versailles.

Boys Soccer

Jackson Center 7, Fairlawn 1

Gavin Booser and Bryce Sosby scored three goals each for Jackson Center, while Garrett Heitkamp added one. The Tigers (5-3-3, 3-0-3 Western Ohio Soccer League) play next on Thursday at Lima Temple Christian.

Girls Tennis

Troy 3, Sidney 2

Troy won first singles, third singles and first doubles to capture Monday’s Greater Western Ohio Conference match. At first singles, Troy’s Katie Sherrick defeated Sidney’s Hailey New 6-0 and 6-1. At third singles, Mackenzie Nosker defeated Madison Frank 6-0 and 6-3. At first doubles, Jackie Fulker and Hailey Taylor defeated Auanna Edens and Caroline Gallimore 6-2 and 6-0 to wrap up the win.

At second singles, Sidney’s Naomi Riegel beat Troy’s Emma Kazmaier 0-6, 6-3, 10-8 (super tiebreaker). At second doubles, Sidney’s Mara Hecht and Sara Gibson beat Cady Rhea and Kit Wolke 6-1 and 6-3.

Sidney (9-10, 4-4 GWOC American North) plays next on Wednesday at West Carrollton.

Wapakoneta 5, Lehman Catholic 0

Lehman fell to 3-11 Monday in a match against Wapakoneta (13-3) in Sidney.

At first singles, Claire Larger lost 6-4 and 6-3. At second singles, Sarah Gibson lost 6-0 and 6-1. At third singles, Melanie Brunner lost 6-2 and 6-0. At first doubles, Alex Read and Angela Brunner lost 6-3 and 6-3. At second doubles, Kiera Burns and Ann Pannaparra lost 3-4, ret.

Larger received the No. 4 seed in singles on Sunday in the Division II tournament draw. She’ll compete in sectionals on Oct. 3 at Troy. Lehman coach Tim Ungericht said Larger is the first player at the school to be seeded since 2013.

Lehman’s next game is Thursday against Carroll.

Fort Loramie’s Shea Swick
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Jackson Center volleyball beats New Knoxville in five sets, Versailles girls golf stays undefeated

Staff report