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Sports Roundup Aug. 27

Sports Roundup Aug. 27

Girls Golf -

Paulding 216, Tinora 230 (Paulding (5-2) - Jerika Bland 47, Rachel Mourey 54, Alyssa Shelmadine 57, Ellie Miller 58)

 

Antwerp 257 (Emilee Phillips 54, Maggie Wilson 67, Sierra Cline 67, Jenna Wilson 69); Edon - no team score

 

 

Boys Golf –

Miller City 171, Ottawa-Glandorf 171, Wayne Trace 176 (Wayne Trace - Corbin Linder 41, Evan Baughman 43, Ethan Linder 45, Luke Miller 47, Alec Vest 49, Brady Stabler 59)

Allen East 170, Delphos Jefferson 178, Paulding 204 (Paulding - Ben Heilshorn 49, Brad Crawford 50, Kaleb Becker 52, Justin Adams 53)

From Monday: Stryker 173, Edon 182, Antwerp 202

Girls JV Soccer –

Wauseon 15, Paulding 1

 

Cross Country –

WAYNE TRACE INVITATIONAL

Girls Meet – 1. Edgerton 57, 2. Fairview 63, 3. Ayersville 78, 4. Paulding 126, 5. Tinora 128, 6. Wayne Trace 145, 7. Lincolnview 167, 8. Stryker 179, 9. Bath 200

Boys Meet –1. Lincolnview 43, 2. Ayersville 53, 3. Antwerp 106, 4. Edgerton 112, 5. Paulding 174, 6. Fairview 177, 7. Wayne Trace 188, 8. Tinora 220 St. John’s 220, 10. Stryker 241, 11. Bath 249, 12. North Central 281, 13. Ottoville 295

 

Volleyball –

Wayne Trace def. Continental 25-8, 25-17, 25-21

Antwerp vs. Fayette - canceled

 

 

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