The Journal Gazette
Tuesday, September 17, 2019 9:30 pm

High Schools

Homestead boys sweep Carroll in tennis


Homestead’s second-ranked boys tennis team got a commanding victory at No. 1 singles from Daniel Gilbert and defeated No. 8 Carroll 5-0 on Tuesday at Homestead.

Gilbert defeated Luke Stoffel 6-2, 6-0, as the Spartans, who didn’t surrender a set, improved to 10-0 this season. Carroll is 13-1.

Andrew Meier and Thaddeus Dressel won the other singles matches for the Spartans, and things were more closely contested in doubles. Bryant Zitlaw and Tim Steiner defeated Kyle Hoerr and Ethan Koeneman 6-2, 6-2, and Landon Sather and Will Grinsfelder beat Max Carmody and Jonathan Hess 6-4, 6-1.


CANTERBURY 5, BLUFFTON 0: At Canterbury, the Cavaliers didn’t drop a set and No. 1 singles player Kush Anand didn’t drop a game as he defeated Mason Schwartz. At No. 2 singles, Jai Kashyab beat Wyatt Corkwell 6-1, 6-2, and at No. 3 singles Mihir Agnihotri bested Kaleb Riley 6-3, 6-0.


WARSAW 185, WHITKO 203: At Warsaw, the Tigers finished the regular season with a victory led by Marie Frazzetta’s 40 and Grayson Kilburn’s 47. Whitko’s Gus Garr posted a 46.

COLUMBIA CITY 186, LEO 190: At Cherry Hill, the Eagles’ Katie Hoag was medalist with a 4-over 40. Leo’s Anna Munson carded a 43.

NEW HAVEN 225, SOUTH ADAMS 254: In New Haven, Lily Bohde’s 55 at Whispering Creek paced the Bulldogs.

Boys soccer

CANTERBURY 1, BLACKHAWK CHRISTIAN 0: At Blackhawk Christian, Zach Hobbs had the lone goal, in the first half, and Saed Anabtawi had five saves in net. Blackhawk’s Ethan Wappes had six saves.

Girls soccer

BLACKHAWK CHRISTIAN 3, NORTHROP 0: At Northrop, Quinn Doden scored twice.


NORTHROP 3, SOUTH SIDE 0: At South Side, Quinn Olding led the Bruins with 10 kills and a block in the 25-6, 25-15, 25-7 victory.

HOMESTEAD 3, HUNTINGTON NORTH 0: Lexi Durnell led the Spartans in kills (nine) and blocks (three), in a 25-20, 25-18, 25-19 victory. Hannah Gaither had 15 assists.

CENTRAL NOBLE 3, WHITKO 0: Sam Brumbaugh had 12 digs, five kills and three aces for the Cougars in a 25-21, 25-22, 25-16 victory.

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