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Sports Roundup Aug. 20 - revised
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Wednesday, August 21, 2013 11:54 AM

Sports Roundup Aug. 20

Girls’ Golf –

Paulding recorded a tri-match win over Antwerp and Lincolnview in action on Tuesday. The Lady Panthers posted a 190 to nip second place Lincolnview’s 196 while the Lady Archers had a 222.

Jerika Bland led the maroon and white with a 35 followed by Ellie Miller (50), Alyssa Shelmadine (51), Rachel Mourey (54) and Sydney Provines (60).

Mikenna Klinger shot a 42 to pace the blue and gold with Makenzie Kraft carding a 46. Sisters Macey and Macala Ashbaugh chipped in a 51 and 57, respectively.

The Lady Archers were led by Savana Fettig at 48 and Jenna Wilson posted a 55. Emilee Phillips added a 56 for the blue and white.

Boys’ Golf –

Wayne Trace nipped Paulding 178-184 in action at Auglaize Golf Course Tuesday afternoon.

The Raiders’ Corbin Linder claimed medalist honors with a 39 with younger brother Ethan Linder carding a 45. Alec Vest (45), Evan Baughman (49), Luke Miller (49) and Brady Stabler (55) rounded out the Raider lineup.

Brad Crawford posted a 44 to lead Paulding followed by Ben Heilshorn (45), Justin Adams (47), Damon Egnor (48) and Kaleb Becker (58).


Volleyball –

Defiance def. Paulding 25-20, 25-11, 25-13

Paulding dropped a straight set match to Defiance in its season opener as the lady Bulldogs cruised to a 25-20, 25-11 and 25-13 decision. Sierra McCullough led the maroon and white with five kills on the day.


Girls’ JV Soccer -

LCC 9 Paulding 0



JV Boys Soccer –

Napoleon 8 Paulding 0

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