NEW RIEGEL - New Riegel dominated Riverdale Monday night, staying perfect in the process.
Behind Kara Scherger's 14 kills and 10 digs, the Blue Jackets improved to 17-0 with a 25-6, 25-10, 25-11 win over the Falcons.
Lauren Ladd added 12 kills and eight assists for New Riegel, with Morgan Noftz dishing out 20 assists and four kills. Natalie Reinhart added six digs and served three aces, while Brittany Gillig served five aces and Elizabeth Zoeller served two.
Old Fort sweeps Genoa
GENOA - Samantha Hartsel and Sydney Clouse each lined nine kills, pushing Old Fort to a 25-18, 25-20, 25-22 win at Genoa.
The Stockaders (7-11) got three aces and seven digs from Peyton Miller, and 14 digs from Shelby Bilger. Morgan Kemenah had five kills, while Allison Adelsperger dished out 32 assists. Sara Bell had seven assists, five kills and four digs for the Stockaders.
Rams take down Fostoria
UPPER SANDUSKY - The Fostoria girls tennis team traveled to Upper Sandusky and came home with a 5-0 loss.
Singles action started with Upper Sandusky's Nadia English defeating Erica Moore, 7-6, 6-3.
The second match saw Taylor Dilley pulling off a win over Fostoria's Autumn Affholder, 6-3, 6-1.
In the final singles match, the Rams' Shelby Passet beat Jessica Kauffman, 6-3, 6-2.
Doubles play kicked off with the Upper Sandusky team of Kiley Saylor and Melissa Latham going over Ellen Guan and Jillian Smith 6-2, 6-1.
Upper Sandusky's Jordan Born and Jamie Brown finished off Fostoria's Sabra Tate and Destinie Farris, 6-2, 6-0 to end the match.
Clyde remains on top in the SBC
CLYDE - The Clyde Fliers have all the momentum going into a big week, getting a win over Huron, 4-1.
The evening kicked off with singles play, with Clyde's Andrea Nearhood picking up a victory over Delaney Black, 6-2, 6-3.
Huron responded immediately, taking the second match when Elizabeth Mills defeated the Fliers' Emi Bowers, 6-4, 7-5.
The third and final singles set went to Clyde's Desiree Boonen, who beat Colleen Allen 6-1, 6-0.
Clyde grabbed both doubles sets, with Amanda Cahill and Lexi Weber defeating Huron's Lilly Justus and Irene Frageri 6-1, 6-0. Then Clyde's Brooke Smith and Clara Sewell closed the evening with a win over Aly Kopp and Kelsey Ohm 6-0, 6-0.
Clyde is 17-1 overall this season and 11-1 in the Sandusky Bay Conference.
TU men finish 14th
CHICAGO - Tiffin University finished 14th of 33 teams at the DII Midwest Fall Regional at Lewis University. Grand Valley State won the team title with a 585.
The Dragons shot a 306 and improved seven strokes the next day, shooting 299 to finish with a 605.
John Tidenberg had the low gross for the Dragons (74,75) for 149, Corey Martinez was just behind Tidenberg firing in 150.Tyler Maranville shot a 152 and Brett Green contributed 155 for the two-day event.
Dragons 12th out of 13
ALLENDALE, MICH - It will be a long bus ride home for the Tiffin University Women's Golf team after the Dragons finished 12th at Gilda's Club Laker Invite.
Grand Valley State took the invitational shooting 627 over two rounds. Ferris State shot a 628 to take second and Findlay University grabbed third, firing in 632.
The Dragons ended up shooting 759, with Abby Martin carding 192.
Tiffin's Carlin Kern had a dramatic turnaround the second day, shooting 105 on day one and an 89 the second. Kern finished with a 194.
Lauren Harris added a 195 and Sophie Baun chipped in 197.
Warriors clean up on weekly awards
Mohawk picked up its first win of the season Friday, bashing North Baltimore 73-15. Two standout performances from that game were recognized by the Midland Athletic League.
Running back Gunnar Johnson was named the league's Offensive Player of the Week, while teammate Eric Maskey won the weekly defensive honor.
Johnson carried the ball 26 times for five touchdowns and 324 yards. For the season, Johnson is second in the league in rushing with 666 yards. He averages more than 133 yards on the ground a game. Only Hopewell-Loudon's Cody Malone has better numbers.
Maskey, a linebacker, had two interceptions in the win. one of which he returned 92 yards for a touchdown. He also had six tackles. Also a running back, Maskey has 338 yards on the ground this season.