Butler boyshandle Piqua


Darrell Wacker/Civitas Media Piqua’s Bradley Hohlbein dribbles the ball against Vandalia-Butler’s Andrew Eifert Tuesday night.


Darrell Wacker/Civitas Media Piqua’s Jon Gerlach moves the ball up the field as Caleb Vallieu watches from across the field.


Staff Reports

VANDALIA — The Piqua boys soccer team lost to Vandalia-Butler 6-1 Tuesday in GWOC North soccer action.

Jared Brandt score the goal, with Caleb Vallieu picking up the assist.

Wesley Ford had 17 saves in goal.

Piqua, 6-6-1 and 1-1-1, will host Sidney Thursday in GWOC North action and Stebbins Saturday night on Senior Night.

BOYS GOLF

Piqua boys

take 12th

SPRINGFIELD — The Piqua boys golf team had its season end with a 12th-place finish at the Springfield D-I sectional at Reid Park North.

The Indians had a 402 team total.

Piqua scores were Derek Jennings 93, Kyle Ingle 95, Derrick Gullett 100, Aaron Davis 114 and Kody Poling 120.

GIRLS GOLF

Lady Tigers

headed to state

MIAMISBURG — The Versailles girls golf team advanced to next week’s state tournament by finishing third at the district tournament Wednesday at Pipestone Golf Course.

The Lady Tigers shot a 372.

Versailles scores were Maddie Covault 87, Lauren Heitkamp 91, Lauren Durham 96, Jorja Pothast 98 and Morgan Heitkamp 124.

Miami East finished seventh with a 398 total.

Lady Viking scores were Kiera Fellers 90, Megan Thompson 101, Megan Pettit 103, Maggie Bergman 104 and Haley Howard 110.

Russia finished 10th with a 411 total.

Russia scores were Maddie Borchers 93, Alicia George 98, Elizabeth Adams 110, Kara Barlage 110 and Ellie Fiessinger 113.

VOLLEYBALL

Lady Cavs

rally for win

SIDNEY — The Lehman volleyball team rallied for a 25-23, 18-25, 21-25, 25-21, 15-11 win over New Bremen Tuesday in non-conference action.

“We were down two sets to one and down in the fourth set,” Lehman coach Greg Snipes said. “I thought the kids showed a lot of heart after being down and that was good to see. We knew this was going to be a tough match.”

Sidney Chapman had 25 kills for Lehman, 13-6.

Maddy McFarland added 10 kills, Madeline Smith dished out 38 assists and Madison Hussey had 12 digs.

Lehman will host Upper Scioto Valley Thursday in NWCC action.

Buccs get

past Trail

NEW PARIS — The Covington volleyball team defeated National Trail 25-13, 25-14, 25-23 Tuesday in CCC action.

“A win is a win. However, I was expecting more from our team tonight,” Covington coach Lonnie Cain said. “We didn’t really play with the intensity I was hoping for. To compete on Thursday against Miami East, we will need to play with more heart and play more disciplined on defense. Tonight we let too many points slip away with lack of focus. Thursday should be a fun match to watch with Ohio State recruit Joni Parker coming to town and also celebrating our two seniors accomplishments on the volleyball court.”

Arianna Richards had13 assists, four aces and three digs; while Bre Deiperink had seven assists and three kills.

Rachel York had 11 kills and eight digs and Brooke Gostomsky had three kills and five aces.

Savanna Schaurer added four kills, three aces and five digs.

The Covington JVs won 25-5, 25-6; while the Covington freshman traveled to Fort Loramie and played some of its best volleyball in a 25-11, 25-15 loss.

Covington 7-3 CCC and 8-11 overall, will host Miami East on Senior Night tonight.

Lady Indians

spike Roaders

BRADFORD — The Newton volleyball team defeated Bradford in three sets.

Maddie Mollette had 17 kills, Catie Kauffman added seven kills and Jessie Weeks dished out 31 assists.

Newton hosts Arcanum tonight.

JH FOOTBALL

Buccs JH

tops East

COVINGTON — The Covington junior high football team defeated Miami East 36-8.

It was a great team effort by everyone on both sides of the ball.

Darrell Wacker/Civitas Media Piqua’s Bradley Hohlbein dribbles the ball against Vandalia-Butler’s Andrew Eifert Tuesday night.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2015/10/web1_20.jpgDarrell Wacker/Civitas Media Piqua’s Bradley Hohlbein dribbles the ball against Vandalia-Butler’s Andrew Eifert Tuesday night.

Darrell Wacker/Civitas Media Piqua’s Jon Gerlach moves the ball up the field as Caleb Vallieu watches from across the field.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2015/10/web1_Piqua.jpgDarrell Wacker/Civitas Media Piqua’s Jon Gerlach moves the ball up the field as Caleb Vallieu watches from across the field.