The Truckers won by a score of 158-187 to improve to 3-1 in league play.
“Our best overall effort of the season so far,” Norwalk coach Wes Douglas said.
For Norwalk, Carter Kluding shot a 36, while both Zach Crane and Justin Sommers each added 40s. Isaac Scheel wasn’t far behind with a 42.
In the junior varsity match, Norwalk won by a 186-246 score. Caleb Sommers shot a 40, followed by Ian Minor (45), Eli Obringer (49) and Thomas Gfell (52).
Norwalk hosts Vermilion at 4 p.m. today back at Eagle Creek.
New London 183, Crestview 202
NEW LONDON — The Wildcats ran their record to 8-0 overall and 5-0 in the Firelands Conference with Monday’s win over the Cougars at Millstone Hills.
Sean Armold was medalist of the dual with a 42. He was followed by Carter Eibel (44), Sean Andolsek (48), Marcus Mayhorn (49), Kotiana Barber (52) and Luke Smith (68).
New London hosts Plymouth on Wednesday.
Norwalk 215, Vermilion 227
VERMILION — The Truckers improved to 4-2 with a win over the host Sailors on Monday at Willow Creek.
For Norwalk, which hosts Bellevue today, Noelle Jackson was medalist with a 48. She was followed by Hannah Dumbeck (50), Mylea Barber (58), Choe Thomas (59), Mya Binkley (71) and Mimi Serotko (76).
Bellevue 3, Willard 1
WILLARD — The Lady Red picked up a non-league win between two of the better teams in the SBC Lake and Bay divisions.
Bellevue topped the host Flashes by scores of 25-16, 23-25, 25-17, 25-18.
For Willard, Cassie Crawford had 13 kills and 11 digs, with Mckenna Stephens adding 10 kills, 10 digs and two blocks. Chloe Weaver had 34 assists, while Alyse Cok had 11 kills, and Haylie Hamons finished with 22 digs.
Bellevue was led by Taylor Baxter, who was 52-of-62 with 28 kills and 12 digs. Molly Bullion was 104-of-104 setting with 36 assists and 25 for 25 serving with two aces.
“Overall, we didn't have a strong night serving and our serve receive was a little off as well,” Willard coach Ashley Bond said. “It was the first match all year that the opponent has had more aces than us. Bellevue is a good team and when you give a good team free points like we did tonight, it makes it very difficult to come away with a win.”
Black River 3, New London 0
SULLIVAN — The Wildcats lost Monday’s non-league match to the host Pirates in three games, falling by scores of 25-20, 25-12, 25-10.
New London fell to 0-3 overall with the loss, and will be back in action tonight when it hosts Monroeville.
Norwalk junior high sweeps TC
TIFFIN — Norwalk’s eighth-grade volleyball team defeated Tiffin Columbian in two sets (25-18, 25-16) on Monday.
Jill Nash, Paige Braley and Emily Skeel were 100 percent servers, while Adelina Roblero and Ava Tyler led the team in attacks with four each.
In seventh grade action, Norwalk won by scores of 25-17 and 25-20.
Mac Wineman was a 100 percent server with Lucy Schlotterer totaling 10 points.
Schlotterer added 15 assists setting with Eva Ott adding 12 assists. Sarina Galyean and C.C. Clouse paced the offense with five kills each. Wineman led the team defensively with six on-target passes.
The girls take on Clyde Wednesday at home, with the seventh grade starting at 4:30 p.m.