CLYDE - Calvert got a second place finish and two thirds and Columbian got a second place finish as the two shared third place with Fremont St. Joe at the Bob Wilson Memorial tennis tournament. Host Clyde took first place winning ever division.
Calvert's Regina Hoepf took runner-up at third singles. She opened with a bye then beat Columbian's Olivia Smith 6-2, 6-1 before falling to Clyde's Desiree Boonen 6-1, 6-0 in the finals.
At second singles, Calvert's Laura Haley beat Fostoria's Autumn Affholder 6-0, 6-1 in an opening-round match. She fell to Clyde's Emi Bowers 6-2, 1-6 (10-4) but rebounded to beat Lara Baez of Fremont St. Joe 8-3 for third. Columbian's Kristian Talbot-Koehl fell in her opening match, but beat Affholder 8-0 for fifth.
In the No. 1 singles division, Columbian's Tiffany Walker got a first-round bye, but dropped her next two matches to finish fourth. Calvert's Madison Daniel and Fostoria's Erica Moore each dropped opening-round matches, but Daniel topped Moore 8-0 to end fifth.
In No. 1 doubles action, Columbian's Ashley Niedermier and Sarah Guzowski beat Dani Baez and Ashley Burns of St. Joe 4-6, 6-4, 10-8, then topped Jessica Kauffman and Destinie Farris of Fostoria 6-0, 6-0 before falling to Clyde's Amanda Cahill and Lexi Weber 6-3, 6-0 in the finals.
Calvert's Samantha Gase and Margaret Bowers lost to Cahill and Weber in the first round 6-1, 6-0, then fell to Baez and Burns 8-6 in the fifth place match.
At second doubles, Calvert's Kerrigan Kwiat and Cassie Recker opened with a bye before falling to Brooke Smith and Cara Sewell of Clyde 6-0, 6-4. Columbian's Julianne Peacock and Sam Krintzline also received a bye, then fell to Kelsey Nevius and Lillian Cool of St. Joe 3-6, 6-1 (10-3). In the third place match, Kwiat and Recker beat Peacock and Krintzline 8-2.
Wentling leads Blue Devils at?Allen East golf Invite
LIMA - Grant Wentling shot a team-best 96 for Carey as the Blue Devils finished 20th at the Allen East Invitational at Springbrook.
Russell Phillips added a 100 while Anthony Driggers and Alex McLaughlin each shot 108.
Clyde took first at the event with a 320. Wapakoneta and Kalida tied for second at 327, with Wapakoneta taking runner-up honors on the fifth golfer tiebreaker.