Lady Tigers finish upMOAC tennis season


Tough week for Galion soccer teamsKnights’ volleyball back on track, Eagles drop two

By Chad Clinger - cclinger@aimmediamidwest.com



Tennis

Galion 5, Pleasant 0

GALION — On Thursday afternoon, the Galion Lady Tigers tennis program wrapped up the Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference portion of their season by playing host to the Pleasant Lady Spartans.

Galion would go on to sweep their guests by a score of 5-0 to improve to 10-7 overall on the season and finish at an even .500 in conference play at 6-6.

Kat Talbott cruised to her 17th win of the season at first singles; 6-0, 6-0. At second singles, Elli Chandler was victorious by scores of 6-3, 6-0 to improve to 22-3 on the year. Katie Baughn secured the Lady Tigers’ victory, moving to 21-4 in the process; 6-1, 6-0.

First doubles tandem of Anna Court and Orchid Parsons earned Galion’s fourth point with a 7-5, 6-4 win while Emma Maguire and Lydia McCabe completed the sweep for the home team at second doubles; 6-2, 4-6, 11-9 (tiebreak).

The Lady Tigers are set to close out their regular season with a trip to Bucyrus to face the Lady Redmen on Monday, September 30.

Boys Soccer

GALION — This past calender week, the Galion Tigers boys soccer team split their two contests to move to 4-7-1 overall on the season.

Galion played host to the visiting Ontario Warriors on Monday and were defeated by a final of 7-1. Devin McCarthy scored the lone goal for the Tigers and was assisted on the play by Walker Frankhouse.

The Tigers were on the road on Wednesday afternoon as they headed to Highland for their second meeting of the season against the Fighting Scots. Galion would earn the win in the low-scoring contest; 1-0. Carter Keinath assisted Frankhouse on the only goal of the game for either team.

On Saturday, the boys team will be in action again on the road when they travel to Upper Sandusky for a meeting with the Rams in non-conference play. Following a week off, the Tigers will be at home next Saturday, October 5 and will host the visitors from Temple Christian.

Girls Soccer

GALION — It was a rough week for the Galion Lady Tigers soccer program.

On Monday, Galion headed to Ontario to clash with the conference-leading Lady Warriors. The Tigers would return home following a devastating, 12-0 defeat.

The Tigers would also travel to Highland for a second meeting with the Lady Fighting Scots on Wednesday and would find themselves on the wrong end of a shutout again, falling to their hosts; 3-0. With the two losses, Galion falls to 2-8-1 overall on the season.

Another road trip awaits the girls as they will be on the road against the Upper Sandusky Lady Rams on Saturday before returning to their home pitch on Monday to hosts MOAC foes, the River Valley Lady Vikings.

Volleyball

Northmor 3, East Knox 0

HOWARD — Following their sweep of the Mount Gilead Lady Indians in Knox-Morrow Athletic Conference play on Tuesday, the Northmor Lady Golden Knights headed to Howard to clash with another KMAC foe in the likes of the hosting East Knox Bulldogs.

Following a minor skid, Northmor would earn their second consecutive win, defeating East Knox in three sets; 25-17, 25-19, 25-15. With that victory, the Lady Knights improved their season record to 9-7 overall and 6-3 in the conference.

Statistics for Northmor on Thursday were: Julianne Kincaid- 10 kills; Leslie Brubaker- 6 kills, 18/20 serving, 3 aces, 6 digs; Lexi Wenger- 4 kills, 14/14 serving; Megan Adkins- 4 kills; Abby Donner- 8 digs and Macy Miracle- 24 assists, 15/17 serving, 6 aces, 8 digs.

On Monday, the Lady Golden Knights will make the short trip to Galion High School to clash with the streaking Lady Tigers. The next day, Northmor will host the Cardington Lady Pirates before welcoming the Danville Lady Blue Devils to town on Thursday. The Knights are set to wrap next week, at home, against the Crestivew Lady Cougars in non-conference play.

Colonel Crawford Lady Eagles

NORTH ROBINSON — Struggles continued for the Colonel Crawford volleyball squad this week as they dropped a pair of contests against Northern-10 Athletic Conference foes to fall to 5-12 overall on the season and 3-9 in the N-10.

On Tuesday, the Lady Eagles traveled to Sycamore and were defeated in three sets by the Mohawk Lady Warriors. Crawford returned home on Thursday to host the Wynford Lady Royals and were downed in five sets.

The Eagles will be on the home floor again on Saturday when they play hosts to the South Central Lady Trojans in non-conference action. N-10 play will resume for Crawford on Tuesday, October 1 as they head to Attica to clash with the hosting Seneca East Lady Tigers.

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Tough week for Galion soccer teamsKnights’ volleyball back on track, Eagles drop two

By Chad Clinger

cclinger@aimmediamidwest.com

Follow Chad on Twitter @GalionSportsGuy

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Follow Chad on Twitter @GalionSportsGuy

Reach Chad at 419-468-1117 x2048