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Lady Truckers now 11-4 after defeating Vermilion

By Norwalk Reflector staff • Sep 19, 2017 at 2:09 AM

The Norwalk tennis team improved to 11-4 overall and 8-2 in the Lake division of the Sandusky Bay Conference Lake division after Monday's sweep of the visiting Sailors.

In singles action, Norwalk's Megan Berry, Gabby Horowitz and Emma Trost did not drop a game in sweeping Macy Bogner, Bodhi Messick and Olivia Stacklin, 6-0, 6-0.

The No. 1 doubles team of Jordan Gran and Sela Berry topped Skyler Myers and Kiana Fridrich (6-1, 6-2), while the second doubles team of Mara Berry and Lauren Metcalf beat KelseyOsborn and Karsyn Brewer (6-0, 6-1).

Willard 5, Fremont SJCC 0

FREMONT — The Crimson Flashes continued to zero in on the SBC Bay division title, improving to 15-1 overall (11-0 Bay) with Monday's sweep.

At first singles, Emma Moll beat Abby Chlosta (6-1, 6-0), while Carlee Gibson picked up the win at No. 2 (6-4, 6-2) and Addison Paxton beat Gloria Rhinehart at third singles (6-2, 6-3).

The first doubles team of Jo Brubaker and Kennedy Daub swept Erin Borerli and Hannah Haubertil (6-0, 6-0), while Whitney Robinson and Tori Barnett picked up the win at No. 2 doubles by default.

Edison 4, Huron 1

HURON — It was visiting Edison coming away with the win in SBC Bay division play on Monday.

Edison swept singles play, led by Mariah Medina at No. 1 over Huron's Katey Franks (6-3, 6-1). At second singles, Jayla Medina bested Desiree Fisher (6-3, 6-3), while Emily Vogus swept Riley Fry at No. 3 (6-0, 6-0).

Huron's lone win came at first doubles. The team of Madison Carmel and Hannah Brunow defeated Lexi Weyer and Kaylee Ries (6-3, 3-6, 10-8). The second doubles team for Edison of Madisyn Frederick and Kassidy Berdue beat Paige Romell and Angelina Rodriguez (6-4, 6-3).

Bellevue 4, Shelby 1

BELLEVUE — The Lady Red improved to 10-4 overall (7-3 SBC Lake) with a narrow win over the visiting Whippets.

Chloe Brubaker fell at first singles for Bellevue, 6-1, 7-5. Also for the Lady Red, Rayven Whyde won at second singles over Kristen Lawes (6-4, 6-0), while Summer Strunk won at third singles in a sweep over Allie Geis (6-0, 6-0).

Bellevue clinched the match with a sweep at first doubles. The team of Mackenna Peacock and Skylar Strunk beat Jarcia Awiller and Jessica Long (6-0, 6-0). At No. 2 doubles, Mady Brugnone and Wyanna Schalk beat Faith Gosser and Jensen Feasner (6-0, 6-1).

BOYS GOLF

Bellevue 161, Sandusky 235

CLYDE — The Redmen cruised to an SBC Lake division win over the visiting Blue Streaks at Sleepy Hollow golf course.

Bellevue (5-6) was paced by a 37 from Jake Tiell, and followed by Jake Volkman (41), Garrett Vickery (41) and Nate Fox (42).

Huron 170, Edison 175

HURON — Visiting Huron coming away with the narrow win over the Chargers at Thunderbird Hills South golf course.

The Chargers were led by Thomas Oeder with a 42. He was followed by Casey Fair (43), Ryan Nealey (43), Aden Hall (47) and Clayton Betts (47).

Plymouth 164, St. Paul 246

The Big Red shot a season-best score in a Firelands Conference win over the visiting Flyers.

For Plymouth, Jacob Adams and Nate Sexton each shot a 39, followed by Brody Brown (41) and Draven Kelley (45).

For St. Paul, Joseph Swope fired a 54, followed by Keegan Baker (63), Nathan Juby (64) and David Swope (65).

New London 182, Mapleton 184

ASHLAND — At Brookside golf course, the Wildcats came away with a two-stroke victory to remain 8-0 in the FC.

For New London, Weston Eibel was medalist with a 37, followed by Ben Crawshaw (39), Jaylin Moffit (50) and Sean Andolsek (56).

BOYS SOCCER

Vermilion 4, Norwalk 1

The Truckers fell to 3-6-1 after a loss to state-ranked Vermilion (Div. II No. 8) at the Norwalk Soccer Complex.

Luke Kelly scored the lone goal for Norwalk, and Zach Albright made seven saves at goalkeeper.

VOLLEYBALL

Edison 3, SMCC 1

SANDUSKY — The Chargers improved to 4-8 with an SBC crossover win over the host Panthers, 25-12, 24-26, 25-21, 25-16.

For Edison, Jordyn Mitnik finished with 10 points, three aces and 21 digs, while Jessica Stoll had 15 kills, nine digs and seven points.

Also for the Chargers, Kami Neuberger had 14 assists, seven points and seven digs, while Melissa Kuhl had nine kills (four blocks) and Hannah Vitaz had six kills (four blocks). Grace Houser added 24 assists, while Alana Fidler and Macy Stower had five and four kills, respectively.

Willard 2, New London 0

Calvert 2, New London 0

WILLARD — The Wildcats fell to 3-8 after dropping a pair of matches in triangular at Willard on Saturday.

In the loss to Calvert (25-12, 25-10), Brooklyn Hudson had seven digs, while Lili Bartow had six digs and 3 assists on 23-of-23 setting.

The Wildcats' fell to the host Crimson Flashes, 25-11, 25-16.

Bartow had four points with two aces to go with eight assists (37-of-37), while Maryonna Cathey added three points and two aces.

For Willard (9-2), Lydia Wiers finished with 14 kills on 20-of-21 hitting, while Cassie Crawford had eight kills. Jena Adams was 47-of-48 setting with 25 assists, and Maddie Secor added 10 digs.

FOOTBALL

Norwalk presale tickets

The Norwalk football team (2-2) will travel to state-ranked Shelby (4-0) Friday to take on the Whippets. Advance tickets are available in the Norwalk High School athletic office from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. All tickets bought in advance cost $5, while tickets purchased at the game cost $6.

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