Miami East girls, Newton boys win CCC golf titles: Thursday sports roundup

By Josh Brown

VERSAILLES — The Miami East girls golf team won the Cross County Conference tournament Thursday at Stillwater Valley, putting the finishing touches on a 12-0 league championship season by shooting 407 on the day.

Paige Lawson shot 99 to lead the Vikings, Emily Rowley and Kearsten Kirby both shot 101, Maci Krites shot 106, Marissa Kearns shot 107 and Annelise Logan shot 127.

Miami East travels to Troy Monday to begin preparing for the sectional tournament.

* Boys Golf

Troy Splits


BEAVERCREEK — The Troy boys golf team split a tri-match at Beavercreek Golf Club Thursday, shooting 169 to Beavercreek’s 167 and Fairmont’s 174.

Holden Scribner was medalist with a 2-over 38, Travis Bertram shot 42, Nate Uhlenbrock shot 43, Connor Stoltz shot 46, Zac Collin shot 48 and Ryan Dowling shot 50.

“This was a really good tri-match,” Troy coach Mark Evilsizor said. “Three of our guys had never played this course before, and it’s a very challenging course. Next year, this will be where we play the district tournament, though, so it’s good to get the guys familiar with it.”

Troy travels to Tippecanoe Monday.


VERSAILLES — The Newton Indians claimed the Cross County Conference championship Thursday afternoon at the CCC tournament at Stillwater Valley.

No details were provided from the event.


SPRINGFIELD — Troy Christian finished fourth at the Metro Buckeye Conference tournament Thursday at Reid Park, shooting 756.

No further details were provided from the event.

* Volleyball

Troy 3,

West Carrollton 0

WEST CARROLLTON — The Troy volleyball team improved to 9-0 in Greater Western Ohio Conference American North Division play and 11-2 overall Thursday, defeating West Carrollton 25-7, 25-11, 25-7 on the road.

Camryn Moeller led the Trojans with 11 kills, five aces, nine digs, a block and an assist, Brianna Slusher had eight kills, four aces, a dig and three blocks, Lauren Schmitz had four kills, six digs and a block, Gabbi Johnson had four kills, a dig and two blocks, Carly Pfeiffer had three kills, a dig and two blocks, Kate Orban had three kills, a dig and a block and Payton Riley had two kills, a block and an ace. Dana Wynkoop had 23 assists and one ace, Kearston Riley had seven aces and a dig, Morgan Baber had seven assists and two aces, Alexa Holland had seven digs and Emmie Jackson and Ella Furlong each had a dig.

Troy travels to New Bremen Saturday.

Miami East 3,

TV South 0

WEST ALEXANDRIA — Miami East (13-2, 8-0 Cross County Conference) continued its dominance in league play Thursday, shutting out Twin Valley South 25-11, 25-8, 25-5 on the road.

Jonni Parker had 19 kills, 14 assists, two aces, six digs and two blocks and Kyndall Hellyer had nine kills, an assist, two aces and six digs to lead the Vikings. Lydia Conley had four kills and two digs, Sierra Kinnison had three kills and two blocks, Ashlyn Monnin had three kills, Mikayla Schaffner had two kills, a dig and a block, Kaitlyn Mack had a kill, two aces and two digs, Macie Schaffner had 20 assists and five digs, Gabrielle Hawkins had four aces and seven digs, Sophie Jacomet had two assists, three aces and six digs and Anna Jacomet had a dig.

Miami East hosts Tri-County North Tuesday.

Milton-Union 3,

Madison 1

MIDDLETOWN — Milton-Union bounced back from its first Southwestern Buckeye League Buckeye Division loss of the season earlier this week, knocking off Madison 26-24, 22-25, 25-21, 25-7.

Abbie Goudy led the Bulldogs (8-5, 6-1 SWBL Buckeye) with 10 kills, Chloe Fogle had 22 assists and Olivia Brown had eight kills and 14 digs.

“This was a trap match for us,” Milton-Union coach Doc Ginn said. “It was a tough loss down at Waynesville, and Madison was just good enough to give us a go. And senior Morgan (Magel) has really been playing with a great court awareness the last few matches and has saved us time and again by just being ready to play.”

Milton-Union plays in the Piqua Invitational Saturday.

Tippecanoe 3,

Trotwood 0

TROTWOOD — Tippecanoe swept Trotwood Thursday night, winning 25-5, 25-6, 25-16 to improve to 12-2 overall, 9-1 in Greater Western Ohio Conference American North Division play.

Rachel Wildermuth had 13 kills and three blocks, Brooke Aselage had three blocks, Abby Hughes had nine digs and six aces, Audrey Trick had seven digs, Isabel Crow had 25 assists and Anna Gilliam had nine assists.

Tippecanoe travels to Fairmont Saturday.

Arcanum 3,

Covington 0

COVINGTON — Covington dropped its second Cross County Conference match of the year Thursday night, falling to Arcanum 25-18, 26-24, 25-11.

The Buccaneers (7-5, 6-2) were led by Legend Patty with nine kills and 12 dig and Lillian Hamilton with seven kills. Makenna Gostomsky added four kills and five digs, Lauren Christian had two aces, Lindsey Kimmel had 19 assists and Maci White had six digs.

Covington plays in the Minster Invitational Saturday.

Other scores: Piqua (8-4, 7-3) 3, Fairborn 0.

* Boys Soccer

Bethel 6,

Brookville 0

BROOKVILLE — The Bethel boys soccer team started slow Thursday night thanks to a weather delay, but the Bees (8-1-1) caught fire and eventually pulled away from Brookville for a 6-0 win.

Tyler Brueckman had three goals and an assist and Korry Hamlin had three assists to lead the Bees. Nick Schmidt and Joe Miller each had a goal and an assist and Evan Hart scored a goal.

“After weather delayed the start of the match, we came out a little sluggish and were not sharp,” Bethel coach Bob Hamlin said. “We settled down and got two goals after the halfway point of the first half, then we were able to put more pressure on them early in the second half by working hard and keeping balls alive. Right now, we are playing some very good team soccer.”

Bethel hosts Northeastern Monday.

Milton-Union 2,

Madison 1

MIDDLETOWN —The Milton-Union Bulldogs won their fourth straight Thursday, traveling to Madison for a 2-1 Southwestern Buckeye League Buckeye Division win.

Keltonn Dillhoff and Josh Daum each had a goal for the Bulldogs (9-1, 5-1 SWBL Buckeye), while Andrew Besecker added an assist.

Milton-Union hosts Carlisle Thursday.

TV South 2,

Newton 1

WEST ALEXANDRIA — Twin Valley South’s Jacob Wells scored a pair of goals Thursday night as the Panthers held off Newton 2-1.

Dillon Joble scored the goal for the Indians on an assist from Dylan Huber.

Other scores: Tippecanoe (9-1-1) 6, Wayne 0. Troy Christian (7-2-1, 3-0) 13, Emmanuel Christian 0. Xenia 3, Piqua (5-3-1, 4-2) 1. Lehman (5-2-1, 5-0-1) 2, Jackson Center 2. Franklin Monroe at Miami East ppd.

* Girls Soccer

Miami East 6,

Franklin Monroe 1

CASSTOWN — After two lightning delays and four hours, the Miami East girls soccer team finally was able to put the finishing touches on a 6-1 victory Thursday on Senior Night.

Franklin Monroe took the lead midway through the first half on a penalty kick, but Whitley Gross headed in a Meadow Powers corner kick with 6:37 left in the first half to tie the score at the break.

Three minutes into the second half, Haley Demmitt scored on a Cadence Gross assist to put the Vikings (3-5-1, 2-0 Cross County Conference) on top, then Demmitt scored on a Hailey Weaver cross four minutes later. Weaver then scored back-to-back goals, one on an assist by Gross, then Kami Martin finished off a cross by Weaver for the final tally.

“The girls loved playing on the wet field and were very energized tonight,” Miami East coach Lil Carson said. Our ball movement was excellent, and we had a pretty balanced attack. This was a much-needed win for us.”

Miami East travels to Tri-County North Thursday.

Milton-Union 2,

Madison 1

WEST MILTON — Milton-Union bounced back from suffering a Southwestern Buckeye League Buckeye Division loss earlier this week, holding off visiting Madison for a 2-1 win Thursday to improve to 8-3 overall and 4-2 in the league.

Morgan Grudich and Kristen Dickison each had goals for the Bulldogs, while Morgan Nemeth and Ellie Cooper each had an assist.

Milton-Union travels to Carlisle Thursday.

Newton 3,

TV South 0

WEST ALEXANDRIA —Baily Chaney had a pair of goals Thursday night, leading the Newton Indians to a 3-0 Cross County Conference victory at Twin Valley South.

Paition Miller added a goal, while Morgan Robbins and Marissa Deeter each had one assist.

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