Arlington’s Amber Durliat (25) tips the ball over the net as Ottoville’s Sydney Brinkman (21) defends during Tuesday’s match at Arlington. The Red Devils came away with a five-set victory. (Photo by Matthias Leguire)

ARLINGTON — Hailey Essinger racked up 17 kills and five blocks as Arlington outlasted Ottoville 25-27, 25-23, 28-26, 23-25, 15-13 to earn a nonleague volleyball win Tuesday.

Lindsay Dodds amassed 50 assists for the Red Devils, who improved to 2-0. Carlee Simon and Amber Durliat both added 13 kills.

Taylor Beining and Tara Heitmeyer each had nine kills for the Big Green.

OTTOVILLE

KILLS: Taylor Beining & Tara Heitmeyer 9. ASSISTS: Kylee Hoersten 36. DIGS: Sydney Brinkman 22, Alayna Leis 20, Rachel Kemper 19. BLOCKS: Beining 11, Heitmeyer 9.

ARLINGTON (2-0)

ACES: Janay Helms & Abbi Lotz 3. KILLS: Hailey Essinger 17, Carlee Simon & Amber Durliat 13. ASSISTS: Lindsay Dodds 50. DIGS: Lotz 13, Izzy Riegle 12, Abbie Sheets 10. BLOCKS: Essinger 5.

JUNIOR VARSITY: Arlington, 2-0.

MCCOMB 3

DELPHOS ST. JOHN’S 0

DELPHOS — McComb’s Hannah Schroeder was 14 of 14 serving with an ace, 17 of 18 spiking with a team-high 12 kills, and 10 of 12 passing with 13 digs in leading the Panthers to a 25-17, 25-18, 25-21 volleyball win over Delphos St. John’s on Tuesday.

Alysha Like (18 of 19 spiking) added 11 kills, Brooklynn Downing (10 of 14 spiking) had four and Shaye Hemminger (12 of 14 passing) led McComb (2-0) with 21 digs.

Madison Buck was 43 of 45 setting with 10 assists and Alexis Shoop was 40 of 42 with 11 assists. Buck (11 of 11 serving) had four ace serves and Nicole Krassow (14 of 15 serving) had three.

MCCOMB (2-0)

SERVING: Hannah Schroeder 14-14, Nicole Krassow 14-15, Madison Buck 11-11. ACES: Buck 4, Krassow 3. KILLS: Schroeder 12, Alysha Like 11, Brooklynn Downing 4. SPIKING: Schroeder 17-18, Like 18-19, Downing 10-14. ASSISTS: Alexis Shoop 11, Buck 10. SETTING: Shoop 40-42, Buck 43-45. DIGS: Shaye Hemminger 21, Schroeder 13, Krassow 6. BLOCKS: Like 3, Schroeder 2.

JUNIOR VARSITY: McComb, 25-19, 25-16.

ELMWOOD 3

GIBSONBURG 0

GIBSONBURG — Elmwood’s Kayla Minich and Maddie Mossbarger each had eight kills as the Royals swept Gibsonburg 25-17, 26-24, 25-16 for a nonleague volleyball win Tuesday.

Brooklyn Thrash also made four blocks while Madi Schroeder tallied 25 assists for the Royals, who improved to 1-1 overall.

ELMWOOD (1-1)

KILLS: Kayla Minich & Maddie Mossbarger 8, Brooklyn Thrash 6. ASSISTS: Madi Schroeder 25. DIGS: Kennadie Plouck 9, Bre Gonyer 6. BLOCKS: Thrash 4.

JUNIOR VARSITY: Gibsonburg, 25-19, 25-20.

SPENCERVILLE 3

CORY-RAWSON 0

RAWSON — Cory-Rawson’s Riley Garmatter posted a triple-double of 15 kills, 10 assists and 13 digs but the Hornets fell 25-10, 26-28, 25-16, 27-25 to Spencerville in a nonleague volleyball match Tuesday.

Maddy Wellington dished out a team-high 26 assists while Emma Bower made 30 digs for Cory-Rawson (0-1).

CORY-rAWSON (0-1)

SERVING: Alli Garmatter 15-19. ACES: Riley Garmatter & A. Garmatter 3. KILLS: R. Garmatter 15, A. Garmatter 8. SPIKING: R. Garmatter 38-46, A. Garmatter 32-37. ASSISTS: Maddy Wellington 26, R. Garmatter 10. SETTING: Wellington 72-76, R. Garmatter 55-56. DIGS: Emma Bower 30, Taylor Born 20, R. Garmatter 13. BLOCKS: A. Garmatter 3.

JUNIOR VARSITY: Spencerville, 25-16, 25-23.

SENECA EAST 3

CAREY 0

CAREY — Carey’s McKenzie Row tallied team-highs of two aces, seven kills and seven digs but the Blue Devils were swept 25-22, 25-17, 25-16 by Seneca East in a Northern 10 Conference volleyball match Tuesday.

Emma Wagner led the Blue Devils (0-1, 0-1 N10) with 22 assists.

Seneca East improved to 1-2, 1-0 in league play.

carey (0-1, 0-1 n10)

SERVING: Emma Wagner 9-9, Makenzie Snyder 8-8. ACES: McKenzie Row & Sadie Arend 2. KILLS: Row 7, Arend 6. ASSISTS: Wagner 22. DIGS: Livia Barger 10, Ellison Roark 9, Row 7.

JUNIOR VARSITY: Carey, 25-20, 25-16.

FRESHMEN: Carey, 25-10, 25-15.

ST. HENRY 3

ADA 0

ADA — Ada’s Kendal Guagenti led with eight digs and two aces but the Bulldogs fell 25-7, 25-16, 25-11 to St. Henry in a nonleague volleyball match Tuesday.

Miranda Wills and Megan Light (three blocks) totaled six and five kills, respectively, for the Bulldogs (1-1).

ADA (1-1)

ACES: Kendal Guagenti 2. KILLS: Miranda Wills 6, Megan Light 5. ASSISTS: Kirsten Poling 9. DIGS: Guagenti 8. BLOCKS: Light 3.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON 3

SANDUSKY St. MARY 0

SANDUSKY — Hopewell-Loudon’s Elizabeth Wells led with seven kills and two blocks as the Chieftains topped Sandusky St. Mary 25-21, 25-20, 25-16 in their first Sandusky Bay Conference River Division volleyball opener Tuesday.

Abbi Roerdink added 17 assists for Hopewell-Loudon (2-1, 1-0 SBC River).

HOPEWELL-LOUDON (2-1, 1-0 SBC RIVER)

ACES: Abbe Beidelschies 2. KILLS: Elizabeth Wells 7, Peyton Hoover 6. ASSISTS: Abbi Roerdink 17, Beidelschies 13. DIGS: Grace Dohanyos 12, Hoover 10. BLOCKS: Wells 2.

JUNIOR VARSITY: Sandusky St. Mary, 25-17, 12-25, 25-18.

COLONEL CRAWFORD 3

UPPER SANDUSKY 0

NORTH ROBINSON — Upper Sandusky’s Sydney Stuckman and Emily Hill each had six kills but the Rams fell 25-23, 25-22, 25-18 to Colonel Crawford in a Northern 10 Conference volleyball match Tuesday.

Stuckman added three aces while Hill made 20 digs for the Rams (1-2, 0-1 N10).

UPPER SANDUSKY (1-2, 0-1 N10)

SERVING: Savannah Kinley 14-14. ACES: Sydney Stuckman 3. KILLS: Stuckman & Emily Hill 6. ASSISTS: Eve Smith 10, Kinley 7. DIGS: Hill 20.

COLUMBUS GROVE 3

AYERSVILLE 1

AYERSVILE — Columbus Grove went overtime in the fourth set to cap off a 19-25, 25-14, 25-13, 27-25 comeback win over Ayersville on Tuesday in a nonleague volleyball match.

Angel Schneider pounded 11 kills, Becca Choi had seven and Alayna Ricker added six. Emily Ridlinger had nine digs and Ricker and Lauren Benroth both chipped in with eight. Choi also led Grove with 23 assists.

COLUMBUS GROVE (1-0)

SERVING: Lauren Benroth 21-22, Becca Choi 16-16, Cassie Heilman 13-13. ACES: Benroth 3, Emily Ridlinger 2. KILLS: Angel Schneider 11, Choi 7, Alayna Ricker 6. SPIKING: Schneider 28-31, Ricker 26-30, Choi 24-27. ASSISTS: Choi 23, Benroth 11. DIGS: Ridlinger 9, Benroth 8, Ricker 8. BLOCKS: Heilman 3.

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