OHSAA Playoff Standings released
The Ohio High School Athletic Association released its first Harbin Computer Rankings on Tuesday. The top eight teams in each region will reach the playoffs following Week 10.
Division III, Region 10
St. Marys (2-2) is ranked 15th in Division III Region 10 with a 3.4 average,
with wins over winless Sidney and 2-2 Lima Bath.
Elida (3-1) leads Region 10 with a 6.675 average. Defiance (2-2) is 16th with a 3.125 average, and Shawnee (2-2) is 17th with a 3.05 average.
Division VI, Region 24
Minster (2-2) is ranked 11th in the Division VI Region 24 rankings with a 3.15 average — three spots out of the eight-place cutoff point to make the playoffs.
Fort Loramie (3-1) is seventh in the region with a 3.675 average. Fort Recovery (3-1) is ninth with a 3.375 average. Marion Local (3-1) is 10th with a 3.339 average. St. Henry (1-3) is 17th, and New Bremen (0-4) is tied for 21st.
Division II, Region 8
Wapakoneta (4-0) sits in the fifth spot in Division II’s Region 8 rankings
with an average of 8.0.
Celina (0-4) is tied for 24th.
Division IV, Region 14
Kenton (4-0) is in third in Division
IV Region 14 with 7.575 average, while Ottawa-Glandorf (4-0) is in fifth with a 6.85 average.
Division V, Region 20
Coldwater (3-1) is in the eighth position in Division V Region 20 with a 4.775 average. Versailles (4-0) is fourth in the region with a 6.45 average.
New Knoxville 3, Versailles 1
NEW KNOXVILLE — The New Knoxville volleyball improved to 3-1 in the Midwest Athletic Conference with a 25-16, 25-23, 25-27, 25-20 win over Versailles on Tuesday night at The Barn. Haley Dillon led the Rangers with a 10 kills, an assist an ace. Paige Lehman added eight kills and 11 digs. Haley Horstman had 30 assists, an ace and a kill. April Cain added five kills and three blocks. Kalyn Schroer had 18 digs. Meg Reineke had three kills and nine digs. Abby Rohrbach added six digs. New Knoxville moved to 6-4 on the season. The Rangers travel to Coldwater on Thursday at 5:30 p.m.
Volleyball: Coldwater 3, New Bremen 2
NEW BREMEN — Despite having two match points in the fourth set the New Bremen Cardinals just couldn’t stop the momentum of the Coldwater Cavaliers as they defeated the Cardinals 24-26, 18-25, 25-22, 28-26 and 15-13 Tuesday evening in a MAC contest played at New Bremen.
“I thought we played more consistent tonight than we did last night against Ft. Loramie,” Cardinals head coach Theresa Jenkins said. “I am happy the way we played. I wish we would have won but I think those girls played an awesome match.”
St. Marys 8, Bryan 2
BRYAN — St. Marys moved to 7-0-2 on the season with a non-league 8-2 win over the Bryan Golden Bears on Tuesday night. Molly Albert and Sara Lininger each scored two goals apiece. Kelly Heitkamp, Ashleigh Falk, Courtney Christman and freshman Skylar Liming each added a goal. Liming’s goal was her first-ever varsity score. It marked the third time this season St. Marys has scored eight or more goals in a match this season. The Riders posted 12 goals against Greenville and 10 goals against Delphos St. John’s. Heitkamp added three assists for St. Marys. St. Marys is 5-0-1 on the road this season.
New Bremen 213, Russia 214
MINSTER — The New Bremen girls golf team delivered a narrow one-stroke win over the Raiders, 213-214, at Arrowhead on Tuesday. New Bremen’s Rachel Parker earned medalist honors with a 49 for the Cardinals. Mackenzie Howell and Amy Knapke each fired 53s. Sydney Holdren shot a 58. Shannon Roediger carded a 66, and Sara LaFleur added a 67. Tori Borchers paced Russia with a 50. New Bremen improved its record to 3-7. The MAC girls golf championship meet will be contest on Saturday morning.
Coldwater Sweeps Minster
MINSTER — The Coldwater boys and girls cross country teams won both the boys and girls events against the Wildcats in a match-up of two elite running programs.
Coldwater’s Sarah Kanney won the girls race with an 18:35 time, leading the Cavaliers to 22 points. Minster scored 33 points and was led by Hannah Butler, who finished fourth overall with a 20:48 time. Gabrielle Barga finished fifth with a 20:49 time. Natalie Fausey took seventh (21:09), Amanda Sherman was eighth (21:12) and Olivia Enneking took ninth (21:16). The Coldwater boys won with 25 points to Minster’s 32 points.