TOURNEY ROUND-UP: Riders advance wrestlers, swimmers, bowlers


SHAWNEE TOWNSHIP — The St. Marys wrestling team advanced two individuals to the Division II district tournament on Saturday.

The Roughriders finished ninth as a team at the sectional at Shawnee High School and advanced Neil Perry at 182 pounds and Collin Reier at 170 pounds.


St. Marys sophomore Jared Deubler will be making a return trip to the state swimming tournament after qualifying on Saturday at the Division II district tournament at Bowling Green State University.

Deubler turned in a 56.02-second time to qualify in the boys 100 yard backstroke event, good for fourth place and a trip to Canton.

Minster freshman Nikki Borgerding is headed to state in the girls 100 breaststroke after a 1:09.63 time on Saturday. That was good for fourth at the district race.

Borgerding also turned in a sixth-place finish in the 200 individual medley with a 2:17.74 time.


MINSTER — The St. Marys girls bowling team will move on to the district tournament after finishing second at the sectional tournament on Saturday at Community Lanes behind a big day from Emily Walter and Erica Keysor.

The Riders bowled a 3385 as a team to finish second behind first-place Coldwater, which bowled a 3605.

St. Marys, which won the state championship a season ago, will now move on to the Rossford district on Friday at 10 a.m.

Walters bowled a sectional-best 557 series for St. Marys.

Keysor was third overall with a 534 series.

Alison Anselman’s 491 was good for 11th best in the sectional. Kristen Dammeyer added a 471 series.

Minster finished sixth, with Megan Timmerman advancing as an individual to the district tournament with a 485 series.