Bethel boys keep rolling: Monday sports roundup

By Josh Brown

Troy Daily News

and Rob Kiser

Piqua Daily Call

BRANDT — The Bethel boys soccer team hosted West Carrollton on Senior Night Monday, routing the Pirates 7-0 to improve to 11-2 on the season.

“It was Senior Night tonight at the Hive, and the boys came out early and controlled the match,” Bethel coach Bob Hamlin said. “We had very good passing early, especially on the wings, and kept them under constant pressure.

“This is third game in a row that we had more than 60 percent of our shots on goal, which means we are generating some good scoring opportunities.”

Aiden Flomerfelt took advantage of those opportunities, scoring three goals and adding an assist to lead the Bees. Jaiden Hogge added two goals, Cannon Dakin had a goal and three assists, Nick Schmidt scored a goal, Jace Houck had two assists and Casey Keesee had one assist.

Bethel travels to Franklin Monroe Thursday.

Brookville 3,

Newton 0

PLEASANT HILL — The Newton boys soccer team lost to Brookville 3-0 Monday.

Newton will host Indian Lake Thursday.

• Girls Soccer

Milton-Union 2,

Butler 1

VANDALIA — The Milton-Union girls soccer team scored its second straight big non-league win Monday, holding off Butler on the road for a 2-1 victory.

Aulbrey Hergenrather converted a penalty kick to give the Bulldogs the lead, but Butler tied the score on a goal by Ella Neely. Madelyn Johnson gave Milton-Union the win, though, redirecting a corner kick by Morgan Grudich into the goal for the game winner.

After traveling to Carlisle Tuesday, Milton-Union (8-4-2) hosts Madison Thursday.

• Volleyball

Covington 3,

Northridge 0

DAYTON — The Covington volleyball team defeated Northridge 25-11, 25-20, 25-14 in non-conference action Monday.

The Lady Buccs improved to 7-11 on the season.

“It is always nice to win, however we need to play with energy the entire match and control what we can control,” Covington coach Lonnie Cain said. “We travel to Lewisburg tomorrow for a CCC match with Tri County North.”

Nigella Reck had 10 assists and 12 digs, while Ellery Reck had four kills and 12 assists and Lauren York added three aces, five kills and five digs.

Emmaline Kiser had four aces and three kills; Alyssa Kimmel had eight aces, four kills, three assists and nine digs; Olivia Mohler had nine kills and Sophia Iddings had four digs.

Southeastern 3,

Bradford o

BRADFORD — The Bradford volleyball team lost to Southeastern 25-22, 25-22, 25-16 Monday in non-conference action.

“We came out really strong and we looked really good in the first two sets against a good Southeastern team,” Patty said. “We may have lost both sets but the girls looked good. The third set was a little rough and I think my girls gave up a little.

“This is something we have been working on all season staying up and positive. I am very proud of my girls for how they played in the first two sets, the third was a little disappointing and they know that.”

Bradford will host Riverside at 10 a.m. Saturday.

• Girls Golf

Northmont 210,

Troy 232

CLAYTON — The Troy girls golf team finished the regular season 3-10 with a 210-232 loss at Northmont Monday.

Paige Stuchell led the Trojans with a 44, Libby Harnish shot 54, Mareesa Uhlenbrock shot 66 and MariCait Gillespie and Megan Coate both shot 68.

Troy will compete in the Division I sectional tournament Wednesday at Yankee Trace.

• College

Edison State

Evens Record

PIQUA — The Edison State Community College volleyball team evened its record to 8-8 with two wins.

On Saturday, Edison State defeated Hocking Community College 25-21, 25-17, 25-10.

Sarah Pothast had 14 kills, while Whitney Pleiman and Lillian Hamilton had five kills each.

Leah Herdman dished out 22 assists.

Pleiman led the defense with 16 digs and Emily Powell added 12.

On Monday, Edison State defeated Miami University-Hamilton 25-22, 25-18, 25-19.

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