Moore leads Troy boys

Trojan tennis routs Pirates

By Josh Brown

TROY — Troy’s top three boys golfers gave the Trojans the same kind of round they have been all season Tuesday.

The fourth score? Was finally where coach Mark Evilsizor wanted to see it.

The end result was a 153-167 victory for Troy over visiting Northmont at Miami Shores Tuesday in a makeup from last week’s rainout.

“We finally got that fourth score as low as the third, and that’s obviously what we’ve been looking for so far this season,” Evilsizor said. “The kids played well today. The course played fair, and they took advantage of it. They played smarter today.”

Senior Troy Moore led the way once more, shooting a 2-under 34 for medalist honors. Freshman Holden Scribner followed with a 1-over 37 and Nate Uhlenbrock and Tyler Lambert both shot 41 to round out the scoring. Luke Schroeder added a 43 and Alex Gigandet added a 44.

“Troy was just one fire,” Evilsizor said. “He had three birdies in a row and four for the round, and 37 is another solid score for Holden. Nate shot about his average so far this year, and I think Tyler looked a little more at ease now that he’s played some more golf this year.

“If we can keep getting scores like that out of Troy and Holden, it’s going to keep us in a lot of matches.”

Troy returns to Turtle Creek Golf Course Thursday to take on Greenville in the Greater Western Ohio Conference North Division opener.

Bethel 173, Ansonia 232;

Bethel 155, TVS 173

BRANDT — The Bethel Bees posted a solid round on Tuesday, with all four scorers shooting 40 or below in a 155-173 Cross County Conference victory over visiting Twin Valley South at Cliffside.

Tyler Weinert led the Bees with a 35, with Tyler Brookhart, Nick Lightcap and Connor Hockett all shooting 40s. Christian White added a 46 and Devon Truman shot a 50.

On Monday, Bethel routed Ansonia 173-232 at White Springs Golf Course.

Tyler Brookhart led the Bees with a 37, Tyler Weinert shot 38, Nick Lightcap shot 46, Christian White shot 52, Connor Hockett shot 53 and Adam Donahue shot 64.

Bethel (3-0, 2-0 CCC) hosts Covington Thursday.

ME 170, NT 190

RICHMOND, Ind. — The Miami East boys golf team defeated National Trial 170-190 Monday at Highland Lake in the Cross County Conference opener.

Kley Karadak took medalist honors with a 37. Scot Kirby shot 42, Walker Henley added a 45, Ryan Haney a 46, Devyn Carson a 46, Dylan Martinez a 48 and Zac Johnson a 50.

Newton 170, MV 207

WINCHESTER, Ind. — On Monday, Newton faced Mississinawa Valley on the road, winning 170-207 in Cross County Conference play.

Brock Jamison won medalist honors with a 40, Chet Jamison followed with a 42 and Wade Ferrell and Milan Bess both shot 44.

Newton travels to Milton-Union today.

Covington 175, Ansonia 215

PIQUA — The Covington Buccaneers picked up an easy Cross County Conference win at home Tuesday, defeating Ansonia 175-215 at Echo Hills.

Levi Winn was medalist with a 39, Andrew Slusher shot 41, James Grilliot shot 44, Ryan Gengler shot 51, Braden Miller added 57 and Derek McCool added 77 for the Buccaneers.

Covington travels to Bethel Thursday.

* Tennis

Troy 5, WC 0

TROY — The Troy tennis team had little trouble with visiting West Carrollton Tuesday, dropping a total of only four games on the day in a 5-0 victory in Greater Western Ohio Conference crossover play.

At first singles, Hannah Essick won 6-0, 6-0. At second singles, Maggie Hennessy won 6-2, 6-0. At third singles, Ashley Bruns won 6-0, 6-0.

At first doubles, Zoey Scancarello and Sierra Verstraten won 6-2, 6-0. At second doubles, Meredith Pruitt and Katie Sherrick won 6-0, 6-0.

Troy, now 3-1 on the season, travels to Springboro Thursday.

M-U 4, Northridge 1

DAYTON — The Milton-Union Bulldogs opened Southwestern Buckeye League Buckeye Division play on Tuesday with a 4-1 victory over Northridge on the road.

At second singles, Abby Hissong defeated Clara Follin 6-2, 6-4. At third singles, Rachel Rock defeated Megan Musdard 6-0, ret. At first doubles, Anna Brown and Caitlin Bushelman defeated Alex Fiore and Mira Tyzzor 6-0, 6-0. At second doubles, Lauren Claggett and Kaitlyn Antonides defeated Marlene Cuazire and Madison Elliost 6-2, 6-2.

Milton-Union travels to Lehman Monday.

Carroll 3, Tipp 2

TIPP CITY — Tippecanoe swept Tecumseh 5-0 Tuesday, winning its Central Buckeye Conference Kenton Trail Division opener.

At first singles, Kennedy Reeder defeated Kari Mulvey. At second singles, Ladia Coning defeated Libbey Foland 6-1, 6-0. At third singles, Jordan Jones defeated Ashley Fite 6-0, 6-0.

At first doubles, Ali Merrick and Victoria Nordquist defeated Aurora Miller and Selina Cabrera 6-0, 6-0. At second doubles, Sophia McDowell and Sydney Laymon defeated Daniela Guzman and Nazareth Saverimoutou, 6-0, 6-0.

On Monday, the Red Devils fell on the road at Carroll, 3-2.

At second singles, Ladia Coning defeated Emily Simons 6-4, 1-6, 6-1. At first doubles, Ali Merrick and Victoria Nordquist defeated Julia Arnold and Consul G-Ayala 6-2, 6-2.

At first singles, Kennedy Reeder lost to Jillian Milano 6-0, 6-1. At third singles, Jordan Jones lost to Olivia Simons 6-4, 6-2. At second doubles, Sophia McDowell and Sydney Laymon lost to Alicia G-Ayala and Rose Jenkins 2-6, 6-3, 7-5.

Tippecanoe (3-2, 1-0 CBC Kenton Trail) hosts Greenville Friday.

* Girls Golf

Miami East 191, TV 238

LEWISBURG — On Monday, Miami East’s girls golf team took care of business against Tri-Village, winning 191-238 on the road.

Haley Howard shot 46 and Kiera Fellers shot 47 to lead the Vikings, with Megan Thompson and Emily Rowley both shooting 49, Megan Pettit adding a 51 and Maggie Bergman adding a 52.

Miami East travels to Greenon today.

Covington 214, TV 243

PIQUA — The Covington girls golf team put up the top four scores Tuesday, defeating Tri-Village 214-243 in a Cross County Conference matchup at Echo Hills.

Addison Metz led the way for the Buccaneers with a 49, Sydney Blanton shot 52, Kelsey McReynolds shot 54, Megan Alexander shot 59, Emily Thompson added a 71 and Noelle Gast added a 75.

Covington travels to Franklin Monroe Friday.

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Trojan tennis routs Pirates