Norwalk’s girls tennis team clinched an SBC Lake title share among the main highlights from Monday’s prep action.
Norwalk’s girls tennis team inches closer to SBC Lake title; New London football falls to Wellington, and Norwalk’s girls soccer team fell to Ontario in Saturday’s prep action.
St. Paul swept South Central, while Willard and Bellevue volleyball picked up volleyball wins in SBC action on Thursday. The Norwalk, Edison and Willard tennis teams were also victorious.
Norwalk’s tennis, boys golf and both boys and girls soccer teams also picked up victories to highlight the prep action on Wednesday.
Monroeville, St. Paul, Western Reserve and Plymouth picked up Firelands Conference volleyball wins on Tuesday; Norwalk girls tennis stayed unbeaten in league play.
The Truckers edged previously unbeaten Perkins by a stroke (163-164) to force a tie atop the standings; Norwalk, Edison and Willard tennis all cruised to league wins on Monday.
Dustin Lieber, the assistant to Director of Golf at Eagle Creek Golf Course recently left for the assistant’s position at Grey Hawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Norwalk boys golfers pick up another league win to set up a showdown vs. Perkins next week to also highlight the Thursday prep action around the area.
Norwalk tennis wins again, while the Trucker girls and Edison soccer teams also picked up a league wins among the local prep action on Wednesday.
Norwalk, Monroeville and Bellevue volleyball teams also picked up wins on Tuesday, as did the Norwalk, Edison and Willard girls tennis teams.
The annual Stein Hospice golf outing was held on Wednesday at Eagle Creek Golf Course in Norwalk.
The Willard girls tennis team also won its 30th straight SBC Bay Division match on Thursday with a sweep over Calvert at Heidelberg University in Tiffin.
Truckers (8-1) topped the Crimson Flashes (4-2) in a meeting between last season’s SBC Lake and Bay Division champions.
Western Reserve and South Central also pick up FC volleyball wins on Tuesday; Norwalk boys cross country win home quad meet, and both New London XC teams won the Plymouth Invitational.
The Truckers topped the visiting Redmen by 29 strokes on Monday at Eagle Creek; New London boys golfers remained unbeaten with an FC win; Willard volleyball fell to Bellevue at home.