Weekend roundup: Fort Loramie girls win Coldwater Lyons Invite


By Bryant Billing - bbilling@sidneydailynews.com



Liv Borchers

Liv Borchers


COLDWATER — Fort Loramie’s girls cross country team and Minster’s boys squad finished first in the Coldwater Lyons Invitational on Saturday.

The Redskins’ girls squad finished first out of 13 teams. They had 68 points and beat runner-up Lima Shawnee by 11.

Olivia Borchers led Fort Loramie by finishing second overall individually in 19:01, 10 seconds behind first place. Danielle Berning was ninth in 20:19, Caitlyn Gasson was 12th in 20:40, Angel Rodriguez was 14th in 20:45 and Kaitlyn Grillot was 31st in 21:32.

Versailles finished fourth and New Bremen finished 10th.

Versailles’ Madelyn Holzapfel was 17th in 20:57. Lauren Menke was 19th in 21:04, Hannah Bey was 26th in 21:29, Maria Mangen was 33rd in 21:37 and Emma Peters was 38th in 21:49.

New Bremen’s Journey Boyle was 22nd in 21:22. Lily Rindler was 32nd in 21:36, Madison Cordonnier was 48th in 22:16, Tess Lane was 64th in 23:01 and Vivian Niekamp was 66th in 23:10.

Jackson Center had three girls compete individually. Jasci Baum finished 102nd in 25:06, Jesci Baum finished 115th in 25:51 and Lennon Wise finished 143rd in 30:46.

Minster’s boys finished first out of 18 teams with 90 points, 13 ahead of second-place Lincolnview.

Minster’s Alex Albers finished first overall individually in 16:16. Luke Barga was eighth in 17:01, Austin Felice was 14th in 17:21, Joseph Slonkosky was 27th in 17:42 and Tyler Prenger was 44th in 18:09.

Fort Loramie was fifth, Versailles was sixth, Jackson Center was ninth and New Bremen was 11th.

Colten Gasson led Fort Loramie by finishing fourth in 16:42. Colin Gasson was sixth in 16:58, Evan Luthman was 31st in 17:51, Trey Ranly was 40th in 17:57 and Evan Eilerman was 43rd in 18:08.

Versailles’ Jarrett Petitjean was 25th in 17:40. Matt Cromwell was 28th in 17:44, Noah Simp was 30th in 17:47, Jack Gehret was 32nd in 17:52 and Evan VanSkyock was 50th in 18:19.

Christopher Elchert led Jackson Center by finishing 11th in 17:12. Kellen Reichert was 13th in 17:20, Ethan Pohlschneider was 66th in 18:54, Xavier Esser was 77th in 19:06 and Wyatt Burch was 126th in 20:11.

New Bremen’s Landin Boyle was 33rd in 17:53. Zach Ashman was 76th in 19:05, Cole Powers was 80th in 19:09, Jonathan Zimpfer was 97th in 19:29 and Patrick Bernhold was 101st in 19:33.

Anna girls 2nd at Invitational

Anna’s girls team finished second at the Anna Invitational on Saturday.

The Rockets were second out of 14 teams with 101 points, 33 behind first-place Brookville.

Grace Bensman led Anna by finishing 11th in 21:04. Bethany Althauser was 13th in 21:14, Reagan Paulus was 33rd in 22:22, Kayli Brewer was 36th in 22:29 and Hope Bixler was 38th in 22:36.

Sidney was fifth and Houston was 12th.

Mariana Kellner led Sidney by finishing 25th in 21:59. Nicole Siegel was 40th in 22:43, Montana Stephens was 46th in 22:55, Sage Steinke was 52nd in 23:09 and Camryn Smith was 64th in 23:33.

Houston’s Ava Knouff was fourth in 20:09. Katrina Meiring was 63rd in 23:33, Bailey Mantor was 88th in 24:54, Libby Knapke was 102nd in 25:32 and Andrea Mantor was 104th in 25:35.

Botkins had three girls compete individually. Emma Koenig was sixth in 20:14, Alaina Jutte was 30th in 22:12 and Makenna Maurer was 35th in 22:25.

Fairlawn had two girls compete individually. Jocelyn McDonald was 20th in 21:49 and Myla Cox was 27th in 22:06.

Lehman Catholic had two girls compete individually. Maggie Bezy was 37th in 22:31 and Sophia Flood was 51st in 23:07.

Anna’s boys finished fourth out of 18 teams with 113 points, 36 behind first-place Lakota West. Botkins was fifth, Houston was 10th, Sidney was 12th, Fairlawn was 14th and Lehman Catholic was 18th.

Lucas Smith led Anna by finishing fifth in 16:14. Hayden Schmidt was sixth in 16:15, Jacob Robinson was 24th in 17:11, Caleb Gaier was 31st in 17:20 and Collin Frilling was 47th in 17:44.

Collin Watterson led Botkins by finishing 12th in 16:39. Alan Fullenkamp was 14th in 16:47, Keaton Schnippel was 26th in 17:13, Carter Pleiman was 34th in 17:22 and Elliot Goubeaux was 42nd in 17:36.

Houston’s Blake Jacobs was 20th in 17:00. Joseph Earl was 60th in 18:01, Hunter Mowery was 65th in 18:06, Patrick Meiring was 66th in 18:07 and Ethan Davis was 85th in 18:34.

Gavin Musser led Sidney by finishing 43rd in 17:38. Grant Hoying was 71st in 18:14, Ian Bonifas was 97th in 18:43, Noah Schwepe was 98th in 18:46 and Aidan Tangeman was 129th in 19:18.

Fairlawn’s Jonah Brautigam was 48th in 17:44. Dominic Davis was 86th in 18:34, Jordan Henman was 119th in 19:10, Cade Allison was 137th in 19:28 and Levi Barthauer was 138th in 19:31.

Lehman Catholic’s Alex Vanderhorst was 173rd in 20:23. Hezekiah Bezy was 207th in 21:33, Scott Petersen was 221st in 22:27, Wyatt Jackson was 243rd in 23:36 and Andrew Wiseman was 260th in 25:27.

Russia competes at Eaton Invitational

Russia’s girls finished fifth out of 10 teams while the Raiders’ boys finished sixth out of 14 teams at Eaton’s Ed Leas Fall Classic on Saturday.

Becca Seger led the girls squad by finishing seventh in 20:01. Ella Hoehne was 19th in 20:50, Anna Meyer was 37th in 22:23, Sophie Francis was 46th in 22:38 and Grace Holscher was 50th in 22:45.

Jonathon Bell finished 44th in 18:10 to lead the boys squad. Andrew DeLoye was 55th in 18:28, Zane Shappie was 68th in 18:47, Aiden Shappie was 74th in 18:53 and Jacob Goubeaux was 79th in 18:58.

Volleyball

Russia 3, Botkins 0

The Raiders earned a 25-9, 25-15, 25-15 Shelby County Athletic League victory at Botkins on Saturday.

Ashley Scott had 16 kills while Cece Borchers had eight and Kate Sherman had seven. Miah Monnin had a team-high seven aces and 28 assists. Kendall Monnin had six aces while Sherman and Scott each had two. Monnin had a team-high 11 digs.

Fort Loramie 3, Graham 0

The Redskins earned a 25-14, 25-14, 25-7 nonconference victory on Saturday in Fort Loramie.

McKenzie Hoelscher had 15 kills while Ava Sholtis had seven and Marissa Meiring and Grace Rose each had four. Maya Maurer had 30 assists and Macy Imwalle had 12.

Versailles 3, Jackson Center 1

Versailles earned a 25-20, 16-25, 25-18, 25-19 home nonconference victory against Jackson Center on Saturday.

No statistics were reported.

Fairlawn 3, Newton 0

The Jets earned a 25-16, 25-7, 25-19 nonconference win on Saturday in Sidney.

Jessie Abke had 13 kills for Fairlawn while Lonna Heath had eight kills and two aces and Taylor Lessing had 35 assists.

Bradford 3, Riverside 2

The Pirates lost a nonconference match 19-25, 15-25, 25-23, 29-27, 16-14 on Saturday in Bradford.

Lauryn Sanford led Riverside with 15 kills while Jenna Woods had 12. Sierra Snow had 22 assists. Sanford had six block assists and 19 digs while Allison Knight led the squad with 30 digs.

Boys soccer

Botkins 3, Wayne 0

The Trojans won a nonconference game on Saturday in Huber Heights.

Zane Paul, Zack Ware and Denton Homan each scored one goal for Botkins. Paul and Homan each had one assist. Goalkeeper Carson Motter had six saves.

Girls soccer

Lehman Catholic 1, Cincinnati Summit Country Day 0

The Cavaliers won a nonconference showdown on Saturday in Sidney.

Lindsey Magoteaux scored the goal on an assist from Ava Behr.

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By Bryant Billing

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