The Piqua boys golf team defeated Sidney 183-202 Wednesday at Echo Hills in GWOC North action.
Derek Jennings led Piqua and was medalist with 43.
Other Piqua scores were Kyle Ingle 44, Brennan Hicks 47, Derrick Gullett 49 and Kody Poling 49.
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DELPHOS — The Versailles boys golf team lost a close match to Delphos St. John’s 165-167 in MAC action at Delphos Country Club.
Griffen Riegle led Versailles with 40.
Other Tiger scores were Nicholas Litten Stonebraker 42, Jacob Watren 42, Michael Hemmelgarn 43, Kyle Cotner 46 and Connor Custenborder 50.
URBANA — The Miami East girls golf team lost to Urbana Wednesday at the Urbana Country Club 204-207.
Kiera Fellers led Miami East with a 49.
Other Lady Viking scores were Haley Howard 50, Megan Thompson 52, Maggie Bergman 56, Megan Pettit 57 and Emily Rowley 57.
East is 6-2 on the year, and will be back in action Monday at Lakeland against Russia.
The Piqua girls soccer team lost 7-0 to Springboro at Wertz Stadium Wednesday in GWOC crossover action.
The Lady Indians were back in action Thursday at Milton-Union.
CASSTOWN — In non-league action, the Miami East girls golf team fell to Northwestern 2-1. The Vikings got on the scoreboard first, just 12 minutes into the game as Emily Holicki finished a Grace McCalister cross. Whitley Gross and Sage Hunley both had big non-goalie saves to keep Northwestern scoreless at the break.
But three games in five days took a toll on the Vikings as they were playing a fresh Northwestern team. The Warriors scored 14 minutes into the second half off a corner kick. Brynne Snodgrass recorded a non-goalie save with 14 left to play, nearly able to keep the tie for East.
But Northwestern got the go-ahead with 9 minutes left to play and the Vikings were not able to even it back up.
Emma Linn had five saves in the goal for the Vikings.
“I’m really proud of the girls and the way they played tonight,” Miami East coach Emalie Carson said. “We had five freshmen starting against a very good Northwestern team. And we had a major line-up upheaval to deal with on top of it. Emma Linn faced a very tough situation, something a coach hates putting a player through, but she stepped up and did well tonight.”
East is now 2-1 on the season and will travel to Milton on Saturday.