RIO GRANDE — The University of Rio Grande women’s soccer team opened the season with a 3-1 loss to Marian University.
Former Piqua standout Morgen Grunkemeyer had Rio Grande’s only goal.
5K to be held
The fourth annual Dream Chasers 5k Run/Walk in memory of Paul “Skip” Jackson will beheld on Sept. 7 at Fountain Park.Registration will begin at 8 a.m., with the race starting at 9 a.m.
Jackson passed away due to a brain aneurysm. He was a pillar of the Piqua community, friend to many, and a wonderful husband and father who is and forever will be greatly missed!
He was a firm believer in education and wanted as many young adults to have access to college as possible. We’d like to announce the scholarship foundation; DreamChasers is now in full effect and we’ll be rewarding Piqua area students with $1,000 scholarships.
The first $1,000 raised will donated to the Brain Aneurysm Foundation, and any money raised after that will go to the DreamChasers scholarship foundation.
For more info, go to piquadreamchasers.com
wins Echo league
Joe Thoma Jewlers finished back on top this year in the Wednesday Industrial League at Echo Hills, while Patriot Fence was second.
Brian Robbins was low gross with 36.
Luke Thoma was second with 37 and Casey Lavey was third with 38.
Andy Cox was low net with 30, while Don Ruffner was second with 31.
Tying for third were JOE THOMA, Jim Heath, Ken Heath and Colin Lavey.
Joe Thoma Jewelers 95.5
Patriot Fence 87
Adam & Eve 69.5
Mulligan’s Pub 67.5
Dr. Steve Koon Optometrist 65.5
Smitty’s Bike Shop 65.5
Francis Office Supply 60
Long Shots 59
Wing’s & Ring’s 58.5
3 Bros & The “Law” 49
40 at Echo
Sandy Finkes was low gross with 40 in the Tuesday Ladies League at Echo Hills.
Cindy Pearson was second with 44.
Judy Williams was low net with 29 and Delma Grissom was second with 33.
Rosalie Snipes was low putts with 16 and Joyce Catron was second with 17.