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Edison wins SBC Bay Division title

By Norwalk Reflector staff • Oct 1, 2019 at 7:00 AM

OAK HARBOR — Edison made sure there would be no sharing in 2019.

Two years after being Sandusky Bay Conference Bay Division co-champions in boys soccer, the Chargers rolled to a 5-0 win over Oak Harbor on Monday to secure the outright crown.

“We tied in 2017 with Huron, but this one, we knew tonight was a winner-take-all game and now we finally can say we have the division title all by ourselves,” Edison coach Kurri Lewis said. “I have a lot of seniors on this team and we’ve been working hard since the summer to reach our goals.”

The Chargers (10-1-2, 8-1-1) scored four times in the first half to gain control of the contest.

Kaleb Yoder opened the scoring off an assist from Ian Janssen, with Jamie DeLeon scoring off a pass from Jacob Lombardi.

DeLeon assisted a goal from Miguel Echevarria that made it 3-0 with Lombardi getting his second assist on a goal from Conner Rommell.

In the second half, Janssen assisted Conner Rommell for the last goal of the game

“We have a lot of speed on this team and we’re very good at moving the ball,” Lewis said. “We started the first five to 10 minutes slowly, but we clicked from there. We knew if we could put the petal down, good things would come.”

Travin Baughman turned back all six shots on goal that he faced.

 

GIRLS SOCCER

Oak Harbor 2, Edison 0

OAK HARBOR — The Chargers lost Monday's SBC Bay Division game to the Rockets.

Strong defensive performances came from Emma Houser, Alleigh Shreve, Katelyn Chenevey and Madison Chaput.

Edison is at Tiffin Columbian at 5 p.m. on Wednesday.

 

VOLLEYBALL

Monroeville 3, Bellevue 0

MONROEVILLE — The state-ranked Monroeville volleyball team improved to 17-1 on the season with Monday's non-league sweep over visiting Bellevue.

The Eagles — ranked No. 6 in the Division IV state coaches poll — won by scores of 25-16, 25-16 and 25-8.

Lydia Landoll was 21 for 23 serving with three aces, while Adrian Barman was 14 for 14 with two aces and Kelsie Palmer was 11 for 11 serving with two aces to go with seven kills and four blocks.

At the net, Graisyn Yoder had nine kills and Reece Kluding added seven. Camryn Hedrick had 30 assists, four blocks and nine digs.

Yoder had 16 digs, while Barman had 14 and Palmer had nine.

For Bellevue, Taylor Baxter was 28-of-34 hitting with 11 kills. Molly Bullion was 56-of-57 setting with 17 assists and 18 digs. Kami Hay added 21 digs.

Monroeville (17-0) won the junior varsity match in three games, 25-23, 17-25, 25-8.

 

St. Paul JH sweeps two

COLLINS — The St. Paul junior high volleyball teams picked up a pair of Firelands Conference wins over Western Reserve on Monday.

The eighth-grade team won by scores of 25-14 and 25-8 to improve to 8-4. Geralyn Mutcher was a 100 percent server, while Skyler Cassidy had 15 service points with five aces and Willow Burger has 10 points. Emma McFadden and Lydia Rospert played great defensive games for the Flyers, while Cassidy led the team with four kills at the net.

The seventh-grade team improved to 12-0 with a three-game win (25-18, 21-25, 25-17).

Olivia Newland led the team with 15 service points, followed by Kristin Matlack with 13 and Sam Gocsik with 12. Matlack also set her team up for 14 assists, six of the kills coming from Lillian Chylik and four from Meadow Burger. Gocsik also led the team on defense with four digs.

St. Paul hosts Mapleton at 5 p.m. on Thursday.

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