RAWSON — Tori Green and Lea Pessell put away 24 and 23 kills on the day, respectively, as Arcadia won all of its three matches and claimed the championship in Saturday’s Cory-Rawson Invitational volleyball tournament.

The Redskins rallied to top Van Buren 23-25, 25-20, 25-20 in the title match after having beaten Lima Temple Christian 25-17, 25-15 and Vanlue 25-6, 25-8.

Green added six aces and six blocks and Pessell notched seven blocks as Arcadia finished the day with its record at 11-4.

Samantha Burnett handed out 41 assists, and Caity Cramer added 33 assists. Sydney Ramsey led the Redskins in the back row with 35 digs.

Van Buren finished its day at 11-5 after Emma Reineke knocked down 22 kills and served for eight aces.

Miller City (9-7) went 2-1 on the day, with Abi Lammers swatting 16 kills, Brittany Kuhlman distributing 48 assists and Cayla Troyer making 55 digs.

Vanlue (9-6) went 1-2 as Maliah Snook deposited 21 kills and Audrey Phillips handed out 44 assists.

No individual stats were available for North Baltimore and Cory-Rawson.

ARCADIA (11-4)

POINTS: Mallory Laveglia 25, Tori Green 23, Samantha Watkins & Caity Cramer 18. SERVING: Sydney Ramsey 24-24, Green 32-33, Laveglia 31-32. ACES: Green 6, Cramer & Laveglia 5. KILLS: Green 24, Pessell 23, Watkins 15. SPIKING: Watkins 37-39, Morgan Squire 21-23, Lyndee Ward 35-41. ASSISTS: Samantha Burnett 41, Cramer 33, Squire 2. SETTING: Cramer 97-97, Squire 11-11, Burnett 87-89. DIGS: Sydney Ramsey 35, Watkins 21, Laveglia 15. BLOCKS: Lea Pessell 7, Green 6, Ward 2.

miller city (9-7)

ACES: Cayla Troyer 3. KILLS: Abi Lammers 16, Kate Kuhlman & Sofie von Wezel 8. ASSISTS: Brittany Kuhlman 48. DIGS: Troyer 55. BLOCKS: K. Kuhlman 8.

van buren (11-5)

SERVING: Lindsey Shaw 27-27 Emma Reineke 35-37. ACES: Reineke 8, Faith DeWalt 5, Annika Rinehart & Maddy Marks 3. KILLS: Reineke 22, Mackenzie Saltzman 13, Marks 12. ASSISTS: Shaw 60, Rinehart 2. DIGS: Marks 42, Shaw 30, Saltzman 28. BLOCKS: Sydney Leeper 5.

VANLUE (9-6)

POINTS: Emma Biller 22, Emma Franks 15, Lauren Kin 13. SERVING: Audrey Phillips 21-21, Bethany Smith 11-12, Biller 31-33. ACES: Franks 6, Biller 5, Audrey Phillips 3. KILLS: Maliah Snook 21, Smith 13, Biller 11. SPIKING: Smith 33-38, Snook 61-69, Biller 32-41. ASSISTS: Phillips 44, Lauren Kin 4. SETTING: Kin 10-10, Phillips 161-163. DIGS: Biller 21, Kin 19, Franks 17. BLOCKS: Snook 7, Franks 3.

match scores

Arcadia def. Lima Temple Christian 25-17, 25-15; Arcadia def. Vanlue 25-6, 25-8; Arcadia def. Van Buren 23-25, 25-20, 25-20; Miller City def. Cory-Rawson 25-13, 25-16; Van Buren def. Miller City 25-16, 25-23; Miller City def. Vanlue 25-17, 13-25, 25-19; Vanlue def. Lima Temple Christian 25-20, 25-19.

MCCOMB TRIANGULAR

MCCOMB — Haley Radabaugh put away 20 kills and Peyton Brubaker served for 10 aces as Columbus Grove defeated Patrick Henry and McComb on Saturday and finished the day with its record at 7-6.

The Bulldogs bounced Patrick Henry 25-16, 25-19 and outlasted McComb 18-25, 32-30, 25-20. McComb beat Patrick Henry 25-14, 25-11 and ended the day with its record at 14-4. Patrick Henry headed home with its record at 8-7.

Rylee Sybert handed out 32 assists and Amy Vorst tallied 20 digs for Columbus Grove.

Alyssa Herr recorded 20 kills for the host Panthers, while Lauren Grubb tallied six aces and 43 assists, Shaye Hemminger came up with 15 digs and Alysha Like made six blocks.

MCCOMB (14-4)

SERVING: Alyssa Herr 13-13, Alysha Like 11-11, Lauren Grubb 27-29. ACES: Grubb 6, Nicole Krassow 4, Shaye Hemminger 3. KILLS: Herr 20, Hannah Schroeder 12, Grubb 9. SPIKING: Schroeder 25-27, Herr 47-51, Like 42-47. ASSISTS: Grubb 43. SETTING: Grubb 103-105. PASSING: Schroeder 29-32, Hemminger 14-16, Like 13-15. DIGS: Hemminger 15, Grubb & Schroeder 12. BLOCKS: Like 6, Herr 2.

COLUMBUS GROVE (7-6)

SERVING: Rylee Sybert 19-19, Cassie Heilman 18-18, Peyton Brubaker 36-37. ACES: Brubaker 10, Becca Choi 3, Sybert 2. KILLS: Haley Radabaugh 20, Rylee Sybert 12, Brubaker 11. SPIKING: Brubaker 16-18, Heilman 17-22, Radabaugh 34-43. ASSISTS: Sybert 32, Choi 11. DIGS: Amy Vorst 20, Brubaker 13, Emily Ridinger & Abby Gladwell 9. BLOCKS: Heilman 2, Radabaugh, Choi & Angel Schnieder 1.

JUNIOR VARSITY: Patrick Henry def. McComb 25-22, 25-12; Columbus Grove def. McComb 25-18, 25-17.

Springfield Tourney

HOLLAND — Findlay High School’s volleyball team moved to 4-10 on the season as the Trojans won one of three matches at Saturday’s Springfield Golden Spike Invitational.

The Trojans dropped a 25-22, 20-25, 25-14 decision to Springfield and a 25-10, 25-17 match to Bellevue while beating Archbold 25-21, 25-19.

Grace Blatnik led the way as she was 20 of 20 serving with four aces while dishing out 25 assists.

Claire Bishop recorded 28 digs, Sammy Vance had 12 kills and Kristen Scherger added three blocks for Findlay.

JUNIOR VARSITY: Toledo Notre Dame def. Findlay, 25-23, 26-28, 25-16; Findlay def. Toledo Central Catholic; Perrysburg def. Findlay 18-25, 25-19, 25-15.

FRESHMEN: Findlay def. Swanton 25-23, 27-25; Toledo Notre Dame def. Findlay 19-25, 25-12, 26-24; Perrysburg def. Findlay 25-21, 25-21.

KALIDA 3

DELPHOS ST. JOHN’S 0

DELPHOS — Grace Klausing and Morgan Mock combined for 16 kills and 22 digs in leading Kalida past Delphos St. John’s 25-19, 25-23, 25-22 in Saturday’s nonleague match.

Klausing and Mock shared the team lead with eight kills apiece and they each chipped in 13 and nine digs, respectively, for the Wildcats. Kalida improved to 5-8 overall.

Camryn Hoffman racked up a match-high 15 digs for Kalida and shared the team lead with Tara Gerding (19 assists) with four aces each.

Melanie Koenig hammered nine kills and Kylee Moenter chipped in 15 digs to lead St. John’s.

Kalida (5-8)

SERVING: Camryn Hoffman 17-17, Tara Gerding 13-13, Grace Klausing 15-16. ACES: Hoffman & Gerding 4, Morgan Mock 3. KILLS: Klausing & Mock 8. SPIKING: Klausing 25-28, Mock 20-26. ASSISTS: Gerding 19, Klausing 3. SETTING: Gerding 77-77, Klausing 13-13. DIGS: Hoffman 15, Klausing 13, Mock 9. BLOCKS: Klausing & Lydia Vorst 1.

CONTINENTAL 3

FAYETTE 0

CONTINENTAL — Breanne Eickholt hammered 11 kills and served three aces in leading Continental past Fayette 25-6, 25-19, 25-18 in Saturday’s nonleague match.

Madelyn Potts trailed Eickholt with nine kills and chipped in 11 digs for the Pirates (4-10).

Brooke Bradford spiked seven kills for Continental, while Kennedy Hiltner and Mackenzie Rayle shared the team lead with 17 digs apiece.

Continental (4-10)

ACES: Breanne Eickholt 3. KILLS: Eickholt 11, Madelyn Potts 9, Brooke Bradford 7. ASSISTS: Jessica Stauffer 24. DIGS: Kennedy Hiltner & Mackenzie Rayle 17, Potts 11.

JUNIOR VARSITY: Continental, 2-0.

MINSTER TRIANGULAR

MINSTER — Ada dropped its first two matches but prevailed in its last one to finish 1-2 in a volleyball triangular at Minster on Saturday.

The Bulldogs (9-6) opened with losses to Russia 25-19, 25-12, and Minster 25-8, 25-11, before defeating Botkins 25-12, 25-23.

Megan Light led Ada with 16 kills over the three matches while Sidney Gossard tallied 25 assists, 19 digs and four aces.

ADA (9-6)

ACES: Miranda Wills 5, Sidney Gossard 4, Kendal Guagenti 3. KILLS: Megan Light 16, Rilan Conley 7, Raina England 4, Gossard 3. ASSISTS: Gossard 25, Wills 5. DIGS: Gossard 19, Morgan Swick 15, Wills 7.

ELGIN TOURNAMENT

MARION — Hopewell-Loudon finished second at Saturday’s Marion Elgin Comet Classic.

The Chieftains (9-7) knocked off Ridgemont 25-15, 25-11 and dropped a pair of matches to Willard falling 18-25, 25-14, 25-20 in the first game and falling 25-15, 25-20 to the Crimson Flashes in the second game.

Abbi Roerdink dished out 44 assists with two blocks, Chelsey Depinet had 12 digs, Hannah Welly had 13 kills and Peyton Hoover chipped in nine kills for Hopewell-Loudon.

Olivia Savidge (3 blocks) and Chanelle Lyons both slammed four kills for the Chieftains.

JUNIOR VARSITY: Hopewell-Loudon def. Ridgemont 25-2, 25-20; Hopewell-Loudon def. Willard 28-26, 25-20; Hopewell-Loudon def. Williamsport Westfall 23-25, 25-22, 25-12.

KENTON 3

HARDIN NORTHERN 0

KENTON — Kenton prevailed against its Hardin County rival to the north as the Wildcats knocked off Hardin Northern 26-24, 25-13, 25-21 in nonconference action.

Kenton improved to 2-8 with the win while Hardin Northern fell to 5-10.

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