NWOAL CLASH … Bryan’s Macy Burton (#7) battles with Aariyah Hallett for possession of the ball. The Indians and Golden Bears played to a 0-0 tie which secured Bryan a share of their first ever NWOAL title.
Wauseon 0 Bryan 0
With the NWOAL title on the line, Bryan and Wauseon played to a 0-0 tie in the driving rain to give Bryan (15-0-2, 4-0-2 in NWOAL) a share of the NWOAL crown. The Golden Bears controlled possession throughout and had numerous scoring opportunities, but Wauseon (12-1-2, 4-1-1) goalie Madison Strain was up to the task by recording 12 saves.
Delta 3 Liberty Center 1
Ella Demaline scored all three goals for the Lady Panthers in a 3-1 win over Liberty Center. Ana Munger, Grace Munger, and Sam Maurer each had one assist on the night.
Evergreen 1 Swanton 1
Paige Radel scored for Evergreen just nine minutes into the match, but Swanton was able to get the equalizer later in the half as the match ended in a 1-1 deadlock. With the tie, Evergreen shares the NWOAL title, their first in school history.
Bryan 1 Pettisville 1
Dylan Koenig scored unassisted for Bryan with less than two minutes elapsed in the first half to give them an early 1-0 lead. That remained the score until the 31:52 mark of the second half as Zakkai Kaufmann drove home a penalty kick for the Blackbirds to tie things up at 1-1.
Pettisville, who finishes the regular season with a 6-9-1 record, outshot the Golden Bears 17-5.
Evergreen 2 Whitmer 0
Riley Dunbar and Elijah Hernandez each had a first half goal to lift the Vikings past Whitmer 2-0 in a game that was called at halftime due to weather.
Wauseon 10 Toledo Start 0
Wauseon concluded the regular season with a convincing 10-0 win over Toledo Start on Senior Night. Braden Vajen led the Indians (10-3-3) offense with three goals, Eli Delgado added two, while Clay Soltis, Gavin Vandeilen, Manuel Gante, Colin Kinnersley, and Ethan Heller had one goal each. Benicio Torres topped Wauseon in assists with three and Gante tallied two.
Edon 3 Fayette 0
Edon finished in third place in the BBC at 5-2 after defeating Fayette 25-8, 25-9, 25-9. Emma Hickman paced Edon with 11 assists and Olivia Mitchell added six kills in the win.
Hilltop 3 Holgate 0
Having already clinched a share of their first BBC title since 2004, the Cadets took the title outright at 7-0 with a 25-8, 25-7, 25-10 win over Holgate. Hilltop was paced statistically by Alex Horton (24/24 serving, 21 points and four aces), Gabby Rodriguez had 15 kills, and Kacy Connolly dished out 22 assists.
North Central 3 Montpelier 0
It was a successful Senior Night for the Eagles as they took down Montpelier in straight sets 25-12, 25-17, 25-22. The North Central (18-4, 6-1 in BBC) attack was led by Kendal Bonney who had 25 kills, 15 assists and Madison Brown racked up 25 assists and added 13 kills. Ariel Page recorded eight kills and Cadey Hilliard had nine digs for Montpelier (10-12, 4-3).
Pettisville 3 Stryker 1
Rosemary Baer had 25 digs, 13 kills and Paris Coopshaw also tallied 25 digs to lead Pettisville (7-15, 3-4 in BBC) over Stryker 25-21, 25-19, 20-25, 25-16. Hollyn Klopfenstein added 12 digs and Leah Beck contributed 32 assists with 11 digs for the Blackbirds. Sage Woolace had 34 digs for Stryker (7-15, 2-5) and Haylee Fulk added 18 assists.
Wayne Trace 3 Edgerton 0
Wayne Trace ended the GMC season with a 25-15, 25-8, 25-10 victory over Edgerton. Addie Cape went 26/36 in digs for the Bulldogs (6-15, 0-7 in GMC) and Taylor Smith was 64/64 setting with eight assists.
Wauseon 3 Toledo Bowsher 0
Wauseon (16-6) made the trip to Toledo and returned home with a 25-7, 25-17, 25-11 over Bowsher in non-league volleyball. No stats have been reported.
Edon d. Fayette 2-0
Holgate d. Hilltop 2-0
Pettisville d. Stryker 2-1
North Central d. Montpelier 2-1
Wauseon d. Toledo Bowsher 2-0
Wauseon d. Toledo Bowsher 2-0