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Sports Roundup Sept. 3
Local Sports
Wednesday, September 04, 2013 12:19 PM

Sports Roundup Sept. 3

Girls Golf –

Paulding 203, Antwerp 247, Ayersville NTS (Paulding - Alyssa Shelmodine 44, Jerika Bland 48, Ellie Miller 54, Rachael Mourey 57) (Antwerp – Savanna Fettig 56, Emilee Phillips 56, Jenna Wilson 67, Sierra Cline 68)


Boys Golf –

Bluffton 186, Ada 193, Crestview 200, Paulding 200

Kalida 145, Tinora 164, Antwerp 183 (Antwerp – Jeff Coleman 34, Kyle Recker 47, Joel Grokler 49, Brock Taylor 55)


Cross Country –

At Bryan:

Boys – Bryan 17, Paulding 61,Stryker 80, Holgate 84

Girls – Holgate 32, Bryan 52, Stryker 61, Paulding 68

Boys JV Soccer –

Paulding 5 Spencerville 4. The Paulding Panthers beat the Spencerville Bearcats 5-4 in an epic battle to the end of play.  Panther players Kaleb Goshia with a hat-trick (three goals), Alex Schlegel and Brad Matson all scored on Tuesday night.  Assists were by Skyler Massel (with a pair of them), Jared Paschall and Kaleb Goshia.  The Panther Goal Keeper for the evening was William Deisler who saved 8 shots on goal.  Outstanding defensive play for the evening was demonstrated by Nick Hitchcock.


Volleyball –

Ayersville def. Wayne Trace 25-16, 24-26, 22-25, 25-17, 15-2. Junior Varsity - Wayne Trace over Ayersville 25-14, 25-18

Delta def. Paulding 25-14, 25-7, 22-25, 16-25, 15-6. Junior Varsity - Paulding over Delta 20-25, 25-18, 25-13; freshmen - Paulding won over Delta in three sets

Holgate def. Antwerp 6-25, 25-19, 25-14, 25-23



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