Fort swimmers improve to 3-0
Thursday, June 19, 2014 8:19 AM
FORT RECOVERY — Fifteen swimmers won multiple events Tuesday as the Fort Recovery Eels handled Randolph County with a 857-415 victory.
It was the third straight win for the Eels, who took first in 54 individual events and 15 relays.
Teigen Fortkamp, Kyra Clark, Ava Bubp, Cori Stone, Carley Stone, Mitchell Homan, Sage Wendel, Stephen Jutte, Nolan Thobe and Mackinley Timmerman were all triple event winners.
Sophie Timmerman, Rachel Kaup, AIden Elsass, Mitchell Pugh and Logan Ramirez won two events each.
Picking up individual wins were Christine Merrill, Grace Klingshirn, Chloe Will, Audra Bubp, Shelby Stammen, Payton Thobe, Faith Wendel, Makena Ellenberger, Kierra Wendel, Alexis Bubp, Jayden Ramirez, Matthew Romer, Isaac Merrill and Riley Grieshop.
Crossroads wins 12-7
Abby Gillum and Britney Mullins both had two hits and drove in a pair of runs Tuesday as Crossroads Financial Federal Credit Union beat First Bank of Berne 12-7 in Portland Junior League’s Minor softball division.
Maddy Huftel smacked three hits, including a double, and scored once for Crossroads, which also got a pair of singles from Destiny McManus and Lita Chowning. They both added an RBI and scored a run.
Maebry Ninde had four hits for First Bank of Berne, and Maggie Maitlin tallied three hits. Madilyn Butcher and Breanna Randall both contributed a pair of singles.
The following information was omitted from the Jay County Summer Swim Team’s win Tuesday over Union City.
Jay County had 11 swimmers win two events apiece, including Sophie Saxman, Joseph Dow, Ryleigh Oswalt, Mara Bader, Konner Somers, Kaitlyn Dow, Breea Liette, Alex Bader, Alex LeMaster, Tayler Smeltzer and Josh Lykins.
Picking up individual victories were Madelynn Snow, Daniel Fennig, Elayna Paro, Eliza Bader, Ashlyn Dow, Lillian Clemmons, Davis Ostrowski, Luke Nichols, Sydney Mathias, Sophie Bader, Anne Vormohr and Sok Vormohr.