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Thu 8/27/2015 7:58 AM
The Piqua boys golf team defeated Sidney 183-202 Wednesday at Echo Hills.
Derek Jennings led Piqua with a 43.
Other Piqua scores were Kyle Ingle 44, Brennan Hicks 47, Derrick Gullett 49 and Kody Poling 49.
rally for win
ARCANUM — The Miami East boys golf team rallied from a slow start to defeated Tri-Village 172-174 Tuesday at Beechwood Golf Course and remain unbeaten on the season.
Kley Karadak rebounded with three consecutive birdies after a double bogey on his first hole to grab medalist honors with a 38. Scot Kirby and Dylan Martinez rebounded from their quadruple bogies to post 43s. Devyn Carson rounded out the 172 with a 48. Walker Henley had a 49 and Ryan Haney had a 51.
win close one
The Covington boys golf team won on a fifth-score tiebreaker against Twin Valley South Tuesday in CCC action.
Both teams shot 173, but Covington’s Ryan Gengler was the difference with a 53 for the low fifth score.
Levi Winn led Covington and shared medalist honors with a 40.
Other Covington scores were Andrew Slusher 42, James Grilliot 43, Braden Miller 48 and Jack Shell 65.
get CCC win
WEST MILTON — The Newton boys golf team defeated Tri-County North 171-207 at Stillwater Ridge Golf Course.
Brock Jamison was medalist with 38.
Rounding out Newton’s top four were Wade Ferrell 44, Chet Jamison 44 and Grant Bayer 45.
MINSTER — The Versailles boys golf team defeated New Knoxville 176-209 in MAC action Tuesday at Arrowhead Golf Course.
Nicholas Litten Stonebraker was medalist with a 41.
Other Versailles scores were Griffen Riegle 42, Jacob Watren 46, Kyle Cotner 47, Alec Ahrens 55 and Alex Keiser 64.
KETTERING — The Piqua girls golf team edged Stivers 193-194 at Kittyhawk Golf Course Tuesday.
Cassidy Kraft led Piqua with a 45.
Other Lady Indian scores were Kelsey Bachman 48, Anna Klopfenstein 49, Skylar Sloan 51, Korren Evans 54, and Sarah Ganger 55. Piqua improved to 3-3 on the season.
get past CC
SPRINGFIELD — The Miami East girls golf team edged Catholic Central 208-225 at Reid Park North Tuesday.
Scores for the Vikings were Megan Pettit 49, Haley Howard 51, Kiera Fellers 54, Maggie Bergman 54, Megan Thompson 62, and Maci Krites 73. Miami East improved to 6-1.
RUSSIA — The Russia boys cross country team finished third at the Shelby County Preview Tuesday, while Houston was fifth and Lehman was eighth.
Anna won with 50, Fort Loramie was second with 51 and Russia was next with 64.
Russia top seven were Caleb Ball, 7, 17:26.9; Alex Seger, 8, 17:27.3; Andrew Ball, 11, 17:44.2; Ethan Monnier, 15, 18:08.1; Zachary Bell, 23, 18:29.2; Gavin George, 25, 18:31.8; and Jordan Busse, 45, 19:47.9.
Houston’s top seven included Troy Riley, 12, 17:46.3; Tristin Freistuhler, 13, 17:55.9; Ethan Knouff, 22, 18:28.4; Devyn Ostrander, 34, 19:10.6; Parker Cox, 35, 19:18.3; Azen Reier, 40, 19:29.1; and Jacob Slater, 42, 19:37.5.
Lehman runners included Isaiah Winhoven, 30, 19:01.06; Brandon Simmons, 55, 20:22.6; Malachi Beezy, 57, 20:28.4; Elias Beezy, 80, 23:24.1; and Aaron Topp, 87, 28:26.4.
RUSSIA — The Russia girls cross country team ran away with the Shelby County Preview Tuesday.
The Lady Raiders put four runners in the top five and and finished with 23 points.
Botkins was second with 69 and Lehman was third with 76. Houston girls finished fifth.
Russia’s top seven were Molly Kearns, 2, 19:49.9; Lauren Heaton, 3, 20:17.2; Megan Frazier, 4, 20:38.8; Anna Fiessinger, 5, 20:39.7; Shae Goubeaux, 9, 21:29.7; Claire Meyer, 15, 21:59.1; and Becky Pinchot, 22:07.0.
Lehman’s top seven included Jenna Zimmerman, 10, 21:30.1; Caroline Heitmeyer, 10, 21:30.1; Alanna O’Leary, 12, 21:40.7; Maria Schmiesing, 24, 22:34.5; Janelle Gravunder, 27, 23:14.9; Clare Schmiesing, 33, 23:38.4; and Therese Flood, 45, 25:00.9.
Houston’s runners included Morgan Ely, 8, 21:14.6; Hollie Voisard, 16, 21:59.54; Emma Mertz, 22, 22:31.6; Addie White, 49, 26:00.3; and Kaitlyn Ellison, 59, 27:38.6.
SPRINGBORO — The Piqua boys soccer team dropped to 1-1 with a 7-0 loss to Springboro Tuesday.
Piqua will host Kenton Ridge Saturday, with the JV game starting at 1 p.m.
GREENVILLE — The boys soccer team opened the season with a 4-3 loss to Greenville in a back-and-forth match.
Scoring twice for the Cavaliers was sophomore winger Jake Emrick, who also added an assist. Senior captain Alex Wiseman also put one in for Lehman.
“I warned the team late last week that we should not underestimate Greenville,” Lehman coach Tom Wiseman said. “They are a Division II school that hadn’t beaten us in a while, and would be gunning to hang a loss on us. Even though we looked better in the overall statistics, they unfortunately proved me right and at the end, they just wanted it more than we did.”
Lehman fired off 24 shots to the Green Wave’s 15. Sophomore keeper Ryan Goettemoeller recorded seven saves for the Cavs in his first-ever start in the net, while Greenville’s keeper blocked 16.
“That’s the most shots we’ve taken in a while,” said Wiseman. “But on the other hand that’s also the most shots we’ve allowed in quite a while. We hit frame much better than in the preseason (16 shots on target), but almost all of them were straight at their goalie. That’s not an insult to Greenville’s keeper – he was positioned very well all game. After the first 25 minutes, we held possession about 60 percent of the time, but when you only hit 13 percent of your shots and your opponents double you up at 26 percent, you’re going to lose almost every time.”
The Cavs are back on the road on Saturday, traveling to Lincolnview to open up WOSL league play.
“One of our goals this year is to win the WOSL, and that starts Saturday,” Wiseman said. “This may sound a little odd, but losing tonight may turn out to be the best thing to happen to us this year.”
fall to JC
JACKSON CENTER — The Covington volleyball team found the going tough against D-IV power Jackson Center Tuesday night, losing 25-8, 25-6, 25-5.
The Covington JV lost 25-9, 25-14.
Covington will host Fairlawn tonight on Junior High Recognition Night.
RUSSIA — The Russia Lady Raiders went to 2-0 on the season Tuesday night with a 25-8, 25-21, 25-11 victory over visiting Bradford.
Rachel Heuing had six kills and Laurissa Poling five for Russia. Cassie Pleiman had five aces and five digs, Katie Swartz had 11 assists, and Christina Gaerke had two solo blocks.
Russia also won the JV game 25-1, 25-17.