Lehman boys win NWCC title


Piqua girls compete at GWOC

Kyle Shaner/Civitas Media Piqua’s Kelsey Bachman watches a tee shot Wednesday at the GWOC postseason tournament at Beechwood Golf Course.


Luke Gronneberg/Civitas Media Piqua’s Grace Jennings controls the ball against Sidney’s Elaine Wiesenmayer Wednesday night.


LIMA — The Lehman Catholic boys golf team defended its NWCC conference title in dramatic fashion by winning the NWCC tournament Wednesday.

Temple Christian was 6-0 in regular season play, while Lehman was 5-1.

To win the conference title, Lehman had to win the tournament and have Temple Christian finish no higher than third, which is exactly what happened.

Lehman won with a 348 title, Upper Scioto Valley was second with 350 and Temple Christian was third with 351.

That gave Lehman the title with 13 points for the season, while Temple Christian was second with 12.

Lehman scores included Tyler Scott 85, Tyler Lachey 85, Zack Scott 88, Ryan Schmidt 90, Adam Vanderhorst 95 and Cole Gilardi 99.

GIRLS GOLF

Lady Indians

finish 12th

ARCANUM — The Piqua girls golf team finished 12th at the GWOC postseason tournament with a 465 score.

Lady Indian scores included Cassidy Kraft 103, Anna Klopfenstein 120, Korren Evans 120, Sarah Ganger 122, Kelsey Bachman 123 and Jasmine Shirley 137.

WOMEN’S GOLF

Williams cards

40 at Echo Hills

Judy Williams was low gross with 40 in the Tuesday Ladies League at Echo Hills.

Kathie Isenhouer was second with 43.

Kathy Knoop was low net with 29, while Delma Grissom and Rosalie Snipes tied for second with 31.

Linnea Thomas was low putts with 15 and Marty Hemm was second with 17.

GIRLS SOCCER

Lady Indians

drop game

SIDNEY — The Piqua girls soccer team will be back in action Wednesday, hosting Greenville.

Piqua dropped to 1-1 in the GWOC North with a 4-0 loss at Sidney Wednesday.

GIRLS TENNIS

Lady Cavs

drop match

DAYTON — The Lehman girls tennis lost to Carroll 4-1 Wednesday.

“We played the (Gibson) sisters at doubles to get them some practice for sectionals,” Lehman coach Tim Ungericht said. “We had a successfull regular season as we met our goals we set before the season: we got more team wins than last year and each returning girl had more individual wins than last season. Now to get some girls to districts.

In singles, Alex Read lost 6-0, 6-1; Emma Simpson lost 6-0, 6-0; and third singles was forfeited.

In doubles, Diana and Sarah Gibson won 6-0, 7-6; and Ann Pennaparra and Alison Briggs lost 6-3, 6-1.

Lehman will begin play in the D-II sectional tournament on Tuesday.

CROSS COUNTRY

Lady Cavs

take third

MINSTER — In a cross country meet at Minster Tuesday, Lehman girls finished third and the boys finished fifth.

Girls team scores were Minster 15, Coldwater 62, Lehman 81, Marion Local 90.

Lehman’s top five were Alanna O’Leary, 7, 21:23.3; Caroline Heitmeyer, 11, 21:46.24; Janelle Gravunder, 23, 22:53.63; Maria Schmiesing, 24, 22:55.75; and Clare Schmiesing, 33, 24:51.11.

Boys team scores were Minster 29, Coldwater 57, Sidney 72, Marion Local 85, Lehman 103.

Lehman’s top five included Isaiah Winhoven, 11, 18:59.93; Brandon Simmons, 14, 19:37.67; Malachi Bezy, 16, 20:03.08; Elias Bezy, 42, 21:38.97; and Blake Leffel, 42, 22:05.73.

BOWLING

Youth leage

at Brel-Aire

There will be a youth bowling league at Brel-Aire Lanes beginning Oct. 3 at 10 a.m.

Signups will be Sept. 26 from 10 a.m. to noon. and Sept. 30 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

There is one-time fee of $15 for a USBC card and cost is $8 per week.

For more information, contact Piqua bowling coaches Craig Miller at 615-0279 or Jason Jenkins at 214-1603.

WEBSITE

Scores to

air game

ScoresBroadcast.com will air the Toledo Waite at Sidney game tonight.

Air time is 6:45 p.m.

Kyle Shaner/Civitas Media Piqua’s Kelsey Bachman watches a tee shot Wednesday at the GWOC postseason tournament at Beechwood Golf Course.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_piqugirls1.jpgKyle Shaner/Civitas Media Piqua’s Kelsey Bachman watches a tee shot Wednesday at the GWOC postseason tournament at Beechwood Golf Course.

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Luke Gronneberg/Civitas Media Piqua’s Grace Jennings controls the ball against Sidney’s Elaine Wiesenmayer Wednesday night.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_SDN092315SidGSoc.jpgLuke Gronneberg/Civitas Media Piqua’s Grace Jennings controls the ball against Sidney’s Elaine Wiesenmayer Wednesday night.
Piqua girls compete at GWOC
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