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Jr. High Sport Report

10/18/21

  CROSS COUNTRY - 

The jr high cross country teams finished off their year in spectacular fashion this past weekend.  The jr high girls are the MAC runner ups and the jr high boys finished the season as MAC champions.  The girls and their places this weekend were:
Corynn Goubeaux in 7th, Chloe Steinbrunner in 9th, Ava Rismiller in 10th, Eden Barga in 12th, Andrea Graves in 15th, Rhylan Broerman in 21st, Greta Broering in 41st, Mara Batty in 45th, Jayna Luthman in 50th, and Alayna Huelskamp in 59th. The girls finished their season with a record of 54 wins and 7 losses. 

The jr high boys MAC champions runners and their places were: Drew Meyer in 2nd, Marcus Briscoe in 5th, Zachary Rahm in 10th, Ryan Pleiman in 11th, Luke DeMange in 13th, Gideon Beasley in 15th, Ben Pitsenbarger in 21st, Own Rindler in 23rd, Grant McClurg in 35th, Adam Rauh in 36th, Brady Rogers in 39th, Austin Ruhenkampp in 47th, Patrick McGlinch in 49th, Waylon keller in 52nd, Zachary Mangen in 54th, Brandyn Heitkamp in 57th, Nathan timmerman in 58th, and Mitchell Phlipot in 60th. The jr high boys finished their season with 91 wins and 1 loss. 


Over the weekend the jr high cross country teams participated in the Coldwater Lions Club Meet. The jr high girls took second place and the top 7 finishers and their places were: Chloe Steinbrunner in 9th, Corynn Goubeaux in 10th, Ava Rismiller in 22nd, Eden Barga in 23rd, Ryhlan Broerman in 30th, Andrea Graves in 41, and Greta Broering in 79th. The jr high boys finished in first place with the top 7 runners and their places as follows: Drew Meyer in 4th, Marcus Briscoe in 6th, Zachary Rahm in 8th, Ryan Pleima in 11th, Luke DeMange in 29th, Ben Pitsenbarger in 34th and Owen Rindler in 42nd. 


Over the weekend the boys and girls jr high teams traveled to Botkins and won the Best of the West meet.

The girls finished first. The top 7 runners and their places were: Chloe Steinbrunner in 5th, Corynn Goubeaux in 6th, Ava Rismiller in 7th, Eden Barga in 10th, Andrea Graves in 16th, Rhylan Broerman in 17th and Jayna Luthman in 29th.The boys also finished first. The top 7 finishers and their places were:Drew Meyer in 3rd, Marcus Briscoe in 4th, Zachary Rahm in 7th, Ryan Pleiman in 10th, Ben Pitsenbarger in 21st, Gideon Beasley in 35th, and Owen Rindler in 44th. 


Over the weekend the junior high cross country teams competed at their home Tour DeSewer.  The girls team took first place. For the girls the following runners were the top 7 :Chloe Steinbrunner in 4th, Corynn Goubeaux in 5th, Ava Rismiller in 7th, Eden Barga in 9th, Andrea Graves in 19th, Rhylan Broerman in 25th and Greta Broering in 51st. The jr high boys team also took first place. The following were the top 7 runners for Versailles:

Marcus Briscoe in 4th, Drew Meyer in 5th, Zach Rahm in 14th, Ryan Pleiman in 18th, Luke DeMange in 21st, Ben Pitsenbarger in 33rd, and Gideon Beasley in 33rd. 


Over the weekend the cross country teams participated in the Minster Invitational. The boys team finished in first place. The top 7 placers for the boys were: Drew Meyer in 2nd, Marcus Briscoe in 3rd, Zachary Rahm in 5th, Luke DeMange in 9th, Own Rindler in 12th, Ben Pitsenbarger in 13th and Gideon Beasley in 14th.

The girls finished in 2nd place. The top 7 placers for the girls were: Corynn Goubeaux in 5th, Ava Rismiller in 8th, Chloe Steinbrunner in 10th, Eden Barga in 12th, Andrea Graves in 13th, Rhylan Broerman in 17th, and Greta Broering  Overall this season the jr high boys have a record of 50 wins and 1 loss

The jr high girls have a record of 30 wins and 5 losses. 


Over the weekend the Versailles Jr High Cross Country Teams participated at the Treaty City Invitational in Greenville.

The girls finished first out of fourteen teams. There were 121 runners in the race and our top 7 girls were:
Chloe Stenibrunner in 7th, Corynn Goubeaux in 10th, Ava Rismiller in 11th, Eden Barga in 19th, Andrea Graves in 22nd, Ryhlan Broerman in 27th and Greta Broering in 67th.

The boys finished 2nd out of 20 teams.  There were 198 runners in the race and our top 7 boys were:
Marcus Briscoe in 7th, Drew Meyer 13th, Zachary Rahm in 16th, Ryan Pleiman in 18th,  Luke DeMange in 19th, Gideon Beasley in 69, and Owen Rindler in 79th. 

So far this year the girls have a record of 25 wins and 4 losses and the boys have 49 wins and 1 loss. 


Over the weekend the Versailles Jr High Boys and Girls Cross Country Teams participated at the Bob Schul Invitational. The girls finished fifth out of a total of twelve teams. In a race that had 213 runners the top seven runners and their positions were: Chloe Steinbrunner 10th, Corynn Goubeaux 16th, Eden Barga 31st, Andrea Graves 40th, Jayna Luthman 57th, Ava Rismiller 61st and Rhylan Broerman in 70th. 


In the boys race the Versailles team finished 1st out of 30 teams distancing 2nd place by 101 points. In a race that had 328 runners the top seven runners and their positions were: Marcus Briscoe 6th, Drew Meyer 7th, Zach Rahm 12th, Ryan Pleiman 16th, Luke DeMange 25th, Ben Pitsenbarger 28th, and Owen Rindler 40th. 


Both teams will be competing at the Greenville Treaty City Meet this Saturday


    FOOTBALL - 
8th grade football beat New Bremen last night by a score of 20-8. Scoring for the Tigers were Ethan Wilker,  Conner Gibson, and Drake Ahren.Logan King added a 2 point conversion. On defense, Owen Mendenhall and Jacob Dues had interceptions. 8th grade will play their final game on Thursday at home vs St Henry. 

The Tigers open their season with a 22 to 8 victory over the Minster Wildcats. Scoring first for the Tigers was Ethan Wilker on a nice run up the middle. The scoring drive was capped off by with the 2 point conversion by Drake Ahrens.  The next scoring drive for the Tigers was set up by 2 long runs by Conner Gibson with Brandt Patten scoring his first of two touchdowns on the night. The Tiger defense held strong keeping the Wildcats off the scoreboard in the first half making the score 14-0.  The Wildcats defense stiffened up at half time but the Tiger's offense rallied with a 9 minute touchdown drive powered by great line protection and wide receivers catching clutch passes. The drive was fished off by Brandt Patten scoring his second touchdown of the night and a successful 2 point conversion by Drake Ahrens. The Wildcats put a nice drive of their own together scoring a touchdown and getting the two point conversion late in the game making the final score 22-8. The Tigers will carry a 1-0 record going into Thursdays game against Marion Local.  

    VOLLEYBALL - 

The 8th grade volleyball team beat Minster last night in two sets, 25-13 and 25-8. They will start their MAC tournament this weekend at Minster.


The 8th grade volleyball team beat Delphos St. John’s today in two sets, 25-10 and 25-20. 


7th grade volleyball defeated Brookville in 3 games 25-11 / 19-25 / 25-12 & the 8th grade volleyball team lost in three sets, 25-20, 23-25, and 20-25. 


The 8th grade volleyball team lost last night to New Bremen in two sets, 17-25 and 22-25. 


7th grade volleyball played @ Bradford on Saturday and won in two 25-21 & 25-19. The 8th grade volleyball team beat Bradford in two sets 25-0 and 25-14. The team plays at home on Tuesday, September 28 against New Bremen. 


The 8th grade volleyball team lost last night against Coldwater in two sets, 23-25 and 21-25. 


The 7th grade volleyball team beat Houston in two sets this past Saturday 25-14 and 25-13. 

The 8th grade volleyball team lost to Houston in three sets, 25-14, 18-25, and 25-27. 


On Tuesday, September 7, the 8th grade volleyball team beat New Knoxville in two sets 25-13 and 25-12.
On Saturday, September 11, they beat Miami East in two sets 26-24 and 25-8. 

Two game scores to report:
9/4/2021 @ Arcanum
Lost in 2: 20-25, 21-25

9/7/2021 home vs new Knoxville
Won in 2: 25-11, 25-9 

We opened up the season with a guad against New Bremen, Marion Local, and Russia where we went 1-2. We lost the first game against New Bremen 15-25, 27-25, and 24-26. We lost the next game against Marion Local 22-25, 25-14, and 14-25. We won the last game against Russia 25-18 and 25-6. 

We then played Fort Recovery on Tuesday, August 24 beating them in three sets 17-25, 25-21, and 25-14. 

That weekend we had a tri match at Covington where we went 2-0 playing Covington and Fort Loramie. We beat Covington in three sets 25-18, 21-25, and 25-21. We beat Fort Loramie in two sets 25-15 and 25-18. 

We then traveled to Parkway where we lost in two sets 24-26 and 14-25. 

We just played at Arcanum where we won in two sets 25-22 and 25-16. 

We will then play at home on Tuesday, September 7 against New Knoxville. 

Versailles

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