Troy boys top Sidney: Tuesday sports roundup

By Josh Brown

SIDNEY — Before Saturday’s loss to Carroll, Sidney was the last team to defeat the Troy boys soccer team in a regular season match, way back on Oct. 6, 2015.

Tuesday night, the Trojans got back to winning.

Troy (8-1, 6-0 Greater Western Ohio Conference American North Division) held the GWOC’s leading scorer, Jalen Hudgins, in check Tuesday at Sidney, defeating the Yellow Jackets (6-5, 5-2 GWOC American North) 3-1 to keep pace with Tippecanoe and Butler in the division standings.

Kasheen Perdue had a goal and an assist for the Trojans, Elijah Williams and Conner Hubbell each had a goal and Bailey Webb had an assist.

Troy hosts Wayne Saturday night looking to begin another winning streak.

Tippecanoe 4,

Piqua 1

PIQUA — Piqua gave defending Greater Western Ohio Conference American North Division champion Tippecanoe all it could handle for a half Tuesday night, but in the end the Red Devils (8-1-1, 7-0 GWOC American North) pulled away for a 4-1 victory at Piqua.

Ben Sauls scored less than three minutes into the game to give Tippecanoe the lead, but Kaden Jones tied the score at 1-1 for the Indians (5-2-1, 4-1 GWOC American North) with 38:02 left in the game

Sauls scored his second goal of the game two minutes later, though, and Andrew DeBrosse and Caiden Smith each tacked on a goal. Sauls and Michael Pfister each had assists for the Devils.

Both teams are at home Thursday, with Tippecanoe hosting Wayne and Piqua hosting Xenia.

Milton-Union 2,

Waynesville 1

WEST MILTON — Waynesville kept the Southwestern Buckeye League’s leading scorer, Milton-Union’s Keltonn Dillhoff, off the scoreboard, and even was able to take a one-goal lead.

But the Bulldogs rallied, claiming a 2-1 victory Tuesday night at home to improve to 8-1 overall and draw even with the Spartans atop the SWBL Buckeye Division at 4-1.

Josh Daum scored both goals for the Bulldogs, tying the game with an assist from Andrew Besecker and then giving Milton-Union the lead for good on an assist from Dillhoff.

Milton-Union travels to Madison Thursday.

Bethel 5,

Catholic Central 0

SPRINGFIELD — Bethel’s Tyler Brueckman scored three goals — three in an eight-minute span in the first half — leading the Bees (7-1-1) to a 5-0 rout of Springfield Catholic Central Tuesday.

“Tonight we were able to really move the ball well on the narrow field in Springfield,” Bethel coach Bob Hamlin said. “Alex van Haaren recorded his sixth shutout of the year, as our defense only allowed two shots. Micah Mutlu, Drew Kubiak, Ben Lawson, Luke Moorefield and our starting defenders do not get a great deal of recognition for their effort in the defensive third, but they did a great job tonight shutting down Catholic’s leading scorer.”

Bethel travels to Brookville Thursday.

Other scores: Yellow Springs 3, Miami East 2.

* Girls soccer scores: Lehman (8-1-1) 10, Newton 0. Troy Christian 13, Emmanuel Christian 0. Waynesville 4, Milton-Union (7-3, 3-2) 0. Anna 11, Miami East 0. West Liberty-Salem 3, Bethel 1.

* Volleyball

Miami East 3,

Arcanum 0

ARCANUM — The Miami East volleyball team improved to 12-2 overall and 7-0 in Cross County Conference play Tuesday, shutting out Arcanum 25-20, 25-8, 25-13.

Kyndall Hellyer led the Vikings with 18 kills and four digs, Jonni Parker added 11 kills, 15 assists, two aces, four blocks and four digs, Lydia Conley had five kills and a block, Kaitlyn Mack had four kills and a dig, Sierra Kinnison had three kills and a block and Delaney Bourelle had two kills and a block.

Macie Schaffner had 22 assists, an ace and a dig, Anna Jacomet had two aces and four digs, Sophie Jacomet had 14 digs and Gabrielle Hawkins had seven digs.

Miami East continues its road trip Thursday at Twin Valley South.

Covington 3,

Bradford 0

BRADFORD — Covington posted a Cross County Conference victory Tuesday night at Bradford, winning with a 25-11, 25-10, 25-7 sweep.

Legend Patty had 11 kills, four aces, two blocks and four digs, Breanna Kimmel had six kills, an ace and three blocks, Lillian Hamilton had four kills and six blocks, Makenna Gostomsky had four kills, two digs and a block and Lindsey Kimmel had 18 assists and an ace for Covington (7-5, 6-1 CCC).

For Bradford (1-13, 1-5 CCC), Bailey Wysong had an ace and three kills, Hannah Fout had four digs and four assists, Maggie Manuel had two digs and Macie Reck had six digs.

Both teams are back in action Thursday, with Covington hosting Arcanum and Bradford traveling to Bethel.

Tri-Village 3,

Newton 1

NEW MADISON — The Newton Indians played four close sets Tuesday at Tri-Village, but in the end the Patriots won 26-24, 25-15, 18-25, 25-21 in Cross County Conference play.

Maddie Hildebrand had 17 kills, Kacie Tackett had 25 assists, Alyssa Rapp had 21 digs and Chloe Rapp had six aces for the Indians.

Newton hosts Bradford Saturday.

Other scores: Tippecanoe (11-2, 8-1) 3, Stebbins 0 (25-16, 25-11, 25-13). Troy Christian (9-4, 5-2) 3, Legacy Christian 0 (25-13, 20-25, 25-16, 25-14). Waynesville 3, Milton-Union (7-5, 5-1) 0 (25-13, 26-24, 25-23).

* Girls Golf

Tippecanoe 192,

Troy 215

TROY — The Tippecanoe girls golf team defeated Troy Tuesday on a rainy day at Miami Shores, winning 192-215.

Taylor Hudson shot 43 to lead the Red Devils, Marissa Miller shot 46, Mandi Kreinbrink shot 51, Lydia Stueve shot 52, Addi Richardson shot 55 and Jessica Goodson shot 63.

Milton-Union 3,

Eaton 2

EATON — The Milton-Union tennis team held off a challenge from Eaton on the road Tuesday, winning 3-2.

At third singles, Meredith Fitch won 7-5, 6-3. At first doubles, Caitlin Bushelman and Laura Billing won 7-5, 6-3. At second doubles, Hailey Lauterbur and Rachel Rock won 1-6, 7-5, 6-3.

At first singles, Hannah Fugate lost 6-1, 6-0. At second singles, Abby Hissong lost 6-3, 6-4.

Other scores: Greenville 5, Piqua (3-9, 3-4) 0. Troy at Tippecanoe postponed to Sept. 22. Lehman at St. Marys Memorial cancelled.

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