Vikings, Bulldogs claim volleyball titles
Tuesday, October 08, 2013 7:23 PM
MILLER CITY - Leipsic completed an undefeated run through the Putnam County League Tuesday night with a 25-11, 25-6, 25-4 win over Miller City.
The Vikings finish league play at 6-0 and they are 19-3 overall. Miller City finished 0-6 in the league and 2-20 overall.
Stats for the contest were unavailable.
Columbus Grove 3
CONVOY - Columbus Grove won an outright Northwest Conference title
Tuesday night with a 25-22, 25-13, 27-25 win over Crestview.
The Bulldogs finish NWC play at 8-0 and are 19-2 overall.
Rachel Schumacher was 22-of-22 serving for the Bulldogs with 12 assists and Briana Glass was 10-of-10 serving with 15 assists. Hope Schroeder was 11-of-11 serving with eight digs, Sydney McCluer had seven digs and seven kills, Julie Wynn eight kills and four solo blocks and Sammi Stechschulte eight kills.
St. Marys 1
ST. MARYS - Ottawa-Glandorf will play for at least a share of the Western Buckeye League title Thursday evening when they face Lima Bath.
The Titans will play for a share of the title after knocking off St. Marys 25-16, 25-23, 16-25, 25-14. O-G is 7-1 in the league and 15-5 overall.
Niki Ellerbrock served up five aces for the Titans along with 15 kills and 20 digs, while Kylie White had 12 kills and Anna Bellman seven kills and eight blocks. Madison Stechschulte had an ace and 23 assists and Ashley Stechschulte 39 digs.
ARLINGTON - Leipsic closed out Blanchard Valley Conference play Monday evening with a 25-17, 14-25, 25-14, 27-25 win over Arlington.
The Vikings finish BVC play at 7-2 and third place in the league behind McComb (9-0) and Liberty-Benton (8-1) in the conference standings. The Vikings are 18-3 overall.
Haley Gerten was 21-of-21 serving for the Vikings and 21-of-22 of hitting with 10 kills, 16 digs and two blocks, while Emily Ellerbrock was 18-of-18 serving with five aces and 45-of-46 setting with 17 assists, while Rachel Rieman was 14-of-14 serving and 36-of-36 setting with 13 assists and nine digs.
Amber Gerdeman was 16-of-18 serving with three aces and 22-of-27 hitting with 10 kills with nine blocks, while Kelly Nadler was 9-of-10 serving and had 13 kills as she was 41-of-47 hitting with six digs. Shalynn Morman had 14 digs and Nikki Kreinbrink nine, while Maddie Steffan and Brooke Gerdeman both had six blocks.
Arlington win the junior varsity match 25-8, 20-25, 25-19.
RAWSON - Pandora-Gilboa closed out Blanchard Valley Conference play Monday evening with a 25-14, 25-23, 25-16 win over Cory-Rawson.
The Rockets finish BVC play at 4-5 and are 14-6 overall.
Megan Maag had a big night for the Rockets with 25 kills as she was 52-of-57 hitting and served up three aces as she was 11-of-11 serving and had four blocks. Hunter Hermiller was 21-of-23 hitting with seven kills and came up with 12 digs, while Mikaylie Morman had three aces as she was 26-of-26 serving and three kills on 11-of-14 hitting with 10 digs. Vivian Nofziger had 31 assists as she was 99-of-100 setting and she was 11-of-12 serving. Kaitlyn Conine had 14 digs for P-G.
P-G won the junior varsity contest 18-25, 25-14, 25-12.
Columbus Grove 3
KALIDA - Columbus Grove continued their hot streak as they knocked off Kalida Monday in Putnam County League action 25-20, 25-22, 25-20.
Sammi Stechschulte had seven kills and four solo blocks for the Bulldogs (5-1, 18-2), while Julia Wynn had five kills and three solo blocks. Hope Schroeder was 11-of-11 serving with an ace and six digs, while Briana Glass had 12 assists and Rachel Schumacher 11 assists. Sydney McCluer had 10 digs for Grove.
Nicole Recker was 15-of-18 serving for the Wildcats (3-2, 10-10) with three aces and was 45-of-46 setting with 10 assists. Kyle Osterhage was 9-of-10 serving with two aces and 19-of-22 hitting with eight kills,, six digs and two blocks. Madison Burgei was had eight kills as she was 16-of-21 hitting with two blocks and Carlee Miller had six kills as she 13-of-15 hitting.
Alexis Decker was 44-of-44 setting with 10 assists.
and 11-of-13 serving and Morgan Niese had two blocks.
Columbus Grove rallied to win the junior varsity match 13-25, 25-17, 28-26.