Tee times for the first round of the Miami County Golf Championship Saturday at Miami Shores are as follows:
Super Duper Seniors
7:28: Gary Weaver, Allan May
7:36: Marty Jackson, Roger Luring, David Aldrich
7:44: Bob Johnston, Steve Hamant, Marv Simmons
7:56: Jim Sass, Rick Szabo, Dave Barnhart
8:04: Dan Sutherly, Marty Stanaford, Doug Harter
8:12: Alexander Garman, Jason Thompson, Brian Deal
8:20: Justin Weber, Ben Gover, Jacky Chen
8:28: Ron Moore, Matthew Olden, Jim Howard
8:36: Chris Boehringer, Jim Rohr, Dwight Hughes
8:44: John Hampton, Michael Simmons, Darrell Tron
8:52: J.D. Hoover, Eric Collier, David Westfall
9:00: Jeff Bacon, Rob Kiser, John Mutschler
The Piqua boys golf team defeated Stebbins 191-201 Wednesday at Echo Hills.
“Tonight was their first experience playing in chilly and windy conditions,” Piqua coach Andy Johnson said. “I think they learned from it and they will be prepared for it next time. Aaron (Davis) continues to play well and Matt (Herron) has been one of our top scorers in every home match this year.”
Davis led Piqua with 43 and Herron added a 45.
Other Piqua scores were Kyler Kommer 50, Christian Starrett 53, Jackson Huelskamp 54 and Nick Wright 58.
Piqua JVs won 230-264.
Indian scores were Mason Price 50, Decker Jackson 55, Garret Strevell 59 and Evan Hicks 66.
Coming off a 197-208 loss to Troy Tuesday, the Piqua girls golf team split a tri-match with Vandalia-Butler and Miami East Wednesday at Echo Hills.
Team scores were Vandalia-Butler 194, Piqua 199 and Miami East 201.
Kelsey Bachman led Piqua with a 45.
Other Piqua scores were Adde Honeycutt 50, Korren Evans 51, Skylar Sloan 53 and Maddie Ordean 59.
Paige Lawson and Marissa Kearns led Miami East with 47s.
Other Lady Viking scores were Emily Rowley 51, Kearsten Kirby 56 and Maci Krites 72.
The Lehman Catholic volleyball team defeated Urbana 25-17, 25-20, 25-23 Tuesday.
Olivia Lucia had eight kills and three blocks; while Abby Schutt had six kills and three blocks.
Maddy McFarland had seven kills and Ellie Scott added six.
Alexis Snipes had 18 assists and seven digs; while Lauren McFarland had 13 assists and four kills.
Hayley Wick had eight digs and Brogan McIver added six digs.
stay atop SCAL
RUSSIA — Russia’s volleyball team stayed atop the Shelby County Athletic League standings with a 3-2 win over Anna on Tuesday. The Raiders won the second set 25-22, fourth set 25-16 and fifth set 15-4 to take the match. Anna won the first game 25-16 and third game 25-23.
“We played great and responded when we needed to,” Russia coach Aaron Watkins said. “Credit to Anna for a great game. It was an awesome atmosphere tonight and we’re happy to come out with a win.”
Russia (5-2) is tied for first in the SCAL with Fort Loramie (5-5). Both have 3-0 conference records.
Laurissa Poling had 19 kills, 15 digs, two blocks and two aces to lead the Raiders. Cameo Wilson had 12 kills and six digs, and Jenna Cordonnier had nine kills, 42 assists, 22 digs and two aces.
Whitney Pleiman had 42 digs and three aces, while Morgan Wenrick had eight kills, 12 digs and two aces. Faith Apple had 12 digs and two aces, and Ashely Scott and Claudia Counts each had six kills.
HOUSTON — The Houston volleyball team beat Fairlawn 25-15, 25-16 and 25-21 on Tuesday.
Jessica Monnier, Sarah Monnier and Olivia Bowser each had six kills for Houston, while Hayden Riesenbeck had four kills and Allisen Foster had three kills. Sarah Monnier also had 12 digs, five aces and one assist, while Alyssa Kemp had eight digs and 23 assists. Amber Stangel had seven digs and Hannah Bixler had four digs.
lose to Greenville
SIDNEY — The Lehman Catholic girls tennis team lost 5-0 to Sidney Wednesday.
“Greenville is a young, solid consistent well-coached team,” Lehman coach Tim Ungericht said. “They are favored to win the GWOC North division. Claire (Larger) got back to being patient and playing the tennis that got her a good start to this season. That’s a great sign for the rest of her year.
“Grace (Brandt) stepped up and played well at varsity tonight taking Ann’s (Pennaparra) place. She is probably our most improved player so far.”
In singles, Claire Larger lost 3-6,6-3,10-5; Sarah Gibson lost 6-0, 6-1 ; and Melanie Brunner lost 6-2, 6-1.
In doubles, Alex Read and Angela Brunner lost 6-0, 6-0; and Grace Brandt and Kiera Burns lost 6-1, 6-3.