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Sports Roundup Oct. 19

Sports Roundup Oct. 19

Cross Country Districts -

Division III at Ottawa

District 1 boys - 7. Wayne Trace

District 2 boys - 5. Antwerp; girls - 10. Antwerp

Individuals - Antwerp’s Sam Williamson (2nd) and Erik Buchan (10th) and Wayne Trace’s Arlen Stoller (11th) advance to regionals

 

Division II at Liberty Center

Boys - 7. Paulding; girls - 8. Paulding

 

 

Division IV Volleyball at Ottoville -

First Match – Leipsic over Patrick Henry 25-15, 25-10, 25-8

Leipsic will play Arcadia in the first district semifinal at Ottawa Glandorf on Tuesday.

Second Match – Crestview over Wayne Trace 25-18, 25-14, 25-17

Crestview will play McComb in the second district semifinal at Ottawa Glandorf on Tuesday.

Crestview is 17-7 on the season, Wayne Trace closes at 15-9.

Wayne Trace Statistical Leaders:

Madison McClure (11-12 serving, 10 assists, six digs)

Brenda Feasby (9-10 serving, three kills, 16 digs)

Lauren Speice (three kills)

Sylvia Young (nine kills)

Addison Baumle (five kills)

Gina Sinn (eight digs)

 

 

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