Findlay’s Jacob Gangle (17) works the ball upfield and away from Fremont Ross’ Carlos Pena (15) during Tuesday’s match at Elmer Graham Stadium. (Photo by Kent Tarbox)

It was Senior Night on Tuesday at Elmer Graham Stadium for Findlay High’s boys soccer team. And every senior on the FHS varsity roster contributed in the Trojans’ 11-1 Three Rivers Athletic Conference romp over Fremont Ross.

Seniors Graham Hartman (1 assist), Nolan Clouse, Michael Copeland, Jacob Gangle and Cade O’Dell all scored goals and Aidan Copeland had two assists.

Carson Dale (1 assist) and Ryan Shindeldecker led the Trojans with two goals each, with Ryan Yarcusko scoring one goal and assisting on another. Andrew Allsop had Findlay’s other goal, with Keegan Faulkner earning an assist.

Goals by Clouse (19:16) and Allsop (18:44) in a 32-second span helped push Findlay ahead 6-0 at the half. Dale and Yarcusko scored goals 42 seconds part in the second half.

Findlay (7-6-3, 3-3-1 TRAC) outshot the Little Giants 21-4. Goalies Jack Kenny and Zach Gremling combined for three saves.

Isaac Mino scored the lone goal for Fremont Ross (7-6-1, 2-5 TRAC). Carlos Pena made 10 saves in goal.

Tuesday’s game ended the regular season for Findlay. The Trojans will square off against the Little Giants again next week when they clash at 5 p.m. Tuesday in the first round of the OHSAA Division I sectional tournament, also at Findlay’s Elmer Graham Stadium.

VAN BUREN 2

MAUMEE VALLEY CD 1

TOLEDO — Hunter Stone’s goal with less than two minutes left Tuesday completed a Van Buren rally as the Black Knights defeated Maumee Valley Country Day 2-1 in a nonleague boys soccer game.

Stone scored on an assist from Brady Losiewicz as Van Buren improved to 13-1-1.

Maumee Valley Country Day fell to 12-2-1.

MVCD scored first, on a Jack Zilba penalty kick in the first half. Van Buren’s Nick McCracken scored a penalty kick early in the second half to tie the game.

Saige Warren and Jackson Gregory combined for three saves for the Black Knights.

RIVERDALE 3

ST. MARYS MEMORIAL 1

ST. MARYS — Logan Frey had two goals Tuesday to help Riverdale defeat St. Marys Memorial 3-1 in a nonconference boys soccer game.

Coby Miller had an assist and Ethan Shane posted five saves as Riverdale improved to 11-0-3.

Max Mielkie scored for St. Marys Memorial (8-3-4).

BLUFFTON 1

KALIDA 1

BLUFFTON — Bluffton’s Jayden Mays scored early in the first half, Kalida’s Clay Bellman answered early in the second half and the boys soccer teams tied 1-1 Tuesday in a nonconference game.

Bluffton outshot Kalida 13-3, including 6-2 in shots on goal. Bluffton is 11-2-2, while Kalida is 11-4-1.

CORY-RAWSON 5

SPENCERVILLE 0

SPENCERVILLE — Matt White had a hand in all five goals Tuesday as Cory-Rawson blanked Spencerville 5-0 in a nonleague boys soccer game.

White scored twice and had three assists for the Hornets (5-10-1). Leo Miracle had a goal and an assist, Brandon Stuckey scored a goal, and Zac Stoodt added a goal. Owen Karcher had an assist and Brice Rutherford had six saves.

Spencerville fell to 2-11-1.

Girls soccer

EASTWOOD 1

LIBERTY-BENTON 0

PEMBERVILLE — In a game both squads were looking at as a way to sharpen up for postseason play, state-ranked Eastwood defeated state-ranked Liberty-Benton 1-0 in a nonconference girls soccer game Tuesday.

Eastwood, tied for fifth in the Division III coaches poll, got a goal with 11:21 left in the second half from Sydney Ameling to improve to 15-0 on the season. Hannah Montag had the assist.

Liberty-Benton, ranked seventh in the Division III coaches poll, took its first loss of the season and is 13-1-1. Allie Hiegel had 11 saves for L-B.

CORY-RAWSON 3

DELPHOS JEFFERSON 0

DELPHOS — Katelin Rutherford got Cory-Rawson on the board first and Zoe Chisholm added a pair of goals as the Hornets blanked Delphos Jefferson 3-0 Tuesday in a nonconference girls soccer game.

Aylissa Shoemaker and Paige McVetta each had assists for Cory-Rawson (8-6-1). Evelyn Waltz made one save in posting the shutout.

Lillian Baughn had 11 saves as Delphos Jefferson dropped to 1-14.

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