Findlay High’s Chase Ebanks broke the school record for intercepts in a season on Saturday in the Trojans’ 1-0 nonconference girls soccer loss to Gahanna Lincoln.

Ebanks made nine intercepts in the match to put her at 259 for the season, one better than the mark set by Sarah Heminger in 2008.

Natalie Stewart’s goal at the 30:50 mark in the first half was all the Lions needed to lift their record to 9-2-5. Goalkeeper Alyssa Redmond made two saves in goal as Lincoln outshot the Trojans (7-6-3) by a 5-2 margin.

Kendra Wurm made four saves for Findlay, while Caitlin Fraley had six intercepts, Ellie Zawisza, Madison Berry and Alivia Benjamin made five intercepts apiece and Lydia Dillon recorded four intercepts and a steal.

goals: (GL) Natalie Stewart. shots-on-goal: Lincoln 5, Findlay 2. saves: (GL) Alyssa Redmond 2; (Fin) Kendra Wurm 4.

records: Lincoln 9-2-5; Findlay 7-6-3.

JUNIOR VARSITY: Lincoln, 2-0.

Boys Soccer



RAWSON — Adam Noriega scored once in each half in leading Fort Jennings past Cory-Rawson 3-1 in nonleague boys soccer action on Saturday.

Noriega’s first goal was a first-half equalizer to tie the game at 1-1 and his last came nine minutes into the second half to give the Musketeers (3-11-2) a 3-1 lead.

FJ’s Aaron Kloeppel scored on a penalty kick and Ian Ricker had a pair of assists. Jon Grote had 11 saves.

Brice Rutherford scored on a set up by Tyler Stoodt to lead the Hornets (5-7-4).

goals: (FJ) Adam Noriega 2, Aaron Kloeppel 1; (C-R) Brice Rutherford 1. Assists: (FJ) Ian Ricker 2, Derek Luersman & Kloeppel 1; (C-R) Tyler Stoodt 1. shots-on-goal: Fort Jennings 4, Cory-Rawson 12. saves: (FJ) Jon Grote 11; (C-R) Caleb Camper 1.

records: Fort Jennings 3-11-2; Cory-Rawson 5-7-4.