For New London (8-0, 3-0 FC), Jaylin Moffit was medalist with a 39. Both Ben Crawshaw and Sean Andolsek had 42s, while Sean Armold added a 45. Also for the ‘Cats, Caileigh Kropka shot a 56 and Marcus Mayhorn had a 60.
St. Paul got a 51 from Jackson Cook, while David Swope had a 56. Also for the Flyers, Luke Meyer shot a 60, followed by Nathan Juby (61) and Logan Amato (64).
Edison 182, Oak Harbor 183
HURON — A single stroke was the difference as the Chargers slipped past visiting Oak Harbor on Monday in SBC Bay play at Thunderbird South.
For Edison, Casey Fair was medalist with a 36. He was followed by Aiden Hall (42), Noah Pulaski (45), Matthew Pound (59) and Connor Betts (59).
Willard 5, Tiffin Calvert 0
TIFFIN — The Crimson Flashes improved to 4-1 overall and 2-0 in the SBC Bay division with Monday’s sweep of the Senecas.
Emma Moll got things going at first singles with a 6-2, 6-0 win over Calvert’s Devyn Warnament. Carlee Gibson won in a sweep at second singles (6-0, 6-0), while Addy Paxton won by default at third singles.
At No. 1 doubles, it was Addie Slone and Jo Brubaker beating Bria Coleman and Lara Porodman (6-0, 6-1). The No. 2 team of Tori Barnett and Whitney Robinson won by the exact same score over Hannah Welter and Victoria Aedner.
Willard is at Norwalk (7-1) in a solid non-league matchup on Wednesday.
Edison 5, Port Clinton 0
MILAN — The Chargers improved to 4-1 overall (2-0 Bay) with Monday’s sweep over visiting Port Clinton.
At first singles, Mariah Medina beat Alaina Dackermann (6-0, 6-2), while Jayla Medina won in similar fashion over Hannah Cross (6-2, 6-0) at second singles. Emily Vogus swept Ally Batterton at third singles (6-0, 6-0).
At first doubles, the team of Kaylee Ries and Torri Keysor beat Amelia Smith and Olivia Eickert (6-3, 6-2). The No. 2 team of Lexi Weyer and Emily Moore beat Madi McGlothlin and Elena Kessler(6-3, 6-0).
Bellevue 3, Vermilion 2
VERMILION — The Lady Red improved to 2-2 overall (1-1 SBC Lake) with Monday’s win over the host Sailors.
Rayven Whyde fell at first singles for Bellevue (6-1, 6-2), while Leighann Motley got it on the board with a win at No. 2 (7-5, 6-3). At third singles, Kaitlyn Cullen won by injury default.
Vermilion’s Olivia Staclin and Karen Brewer beat Ella Little and Alivia Hamons at first doubles (6-4, 6-4), while Bellevue’s Sage Garcia and Maddie Corrado won at second doubles (6-3, 6-1).
Norwalk 3, Sandusky 0
SANDUSKY — Norwalk scored three goals in the second half to win its SBC Lake division opener Monday at Strobel Field.
Norwalk (2-2, 1-0) got its first two goals of the second half by Michaela Rush, while Avery Dumbeck closed the scoring off a corner kick. Makaila White led the defense with nine saves in goal.
Huron 2, Edison 0
MILAN — Huron defeated Edison in SBC Bay division action Monday.
The Tigers (3-0, 1-0 SBC) scored both goals in the first half.
Sandusky 1, Norwalk 0
SANDUSKY — The Truckers lost on a penalty kick goal in Monday’s SBC Lake game at Strobel Field in Sandusky.
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Edison 1, Huron 1
MILAN — Huron and the Chargers played to a tie Monday in SBC Bay Division action.
The Tigers (0-1-2, 0-0-1) scored their lone goal with 15:30 left in the first half as Luke Wood scored on a corner kick play.
Edison, meanwhile, knotted things up in the second half, as Dylan O’Dell scored with 11:40 left in the game.
Bellevue 3, Willard 0
BELLEVUE — The Lady Red are off to a 4-0 start following Monday’s win over the visiting Crimson Flashes.
Bellevue won in three, 25-21, 25-19, 25-18.
For Willard (1-4), Cassie Crawford had 14 kills and was 12 for 12 serving. Chloe Weaver had 12 assists and was 10 for 10 serving with a pair of aces, while Alyse Cok was 15 for 15 serving and added four kills and five digs.
Also for the Flashes, Jena Adams had 11 assists and nine digs; Haylie Hamons added seven digs; and McKenna Stephens was 11 for 12 serving with two aces.
For the Lady Red, Payton Vogel had 11 kills, four blocks and 13 digs. Taylor Baxter added nine kills and 14 digs, while Madison Hrynciw was 16 for 16 serving with four aces.
Also for Bellevue, Milly Bullion was 79-of-79 setting with 21 assists and 15 digs, while Morgan Dendinger added 11 digs.