Edison, Piquaspikers lose


The Edison volleyball team will play at OSU-Lima on Monday.

Edison is coming off a 25-10, 25-5, 25-15 loss to Sinclair in OCCAC action.

Piqua spikers

lose in four

The Piqua volleyball team will host the Piqua Invitational beginning at 9 a.m. today.

The Lady Indians, 6-6, lost to Vandalia-Butler 27-29, 25-15, 25-19, 25-20 in GWOC North action Thursday.

Lady Cavs

get victory

DEGRAFF — The Lehman volleyball team host unbeaten Jackson Center today at 10 a.m.

On Thursday, the Lady Cavaliers cruised to a 25-6, 25-8, 25-12 win over Riverside in NWCC action.

Sidney Chapman had 23 kills and 11 digs; while Madeline Smith dished out 34 assists and 11 digs.

Ellie Scott and Marianne Hissong had five kills each, while Allie Hall had three blocks.

Lady Buccs

drop match

COVINGTON — The Covington volleyball team lost to Arcanum 20-25, 25-17, 25-19, 27-25 Thursday in CCC action.

“We had chances to pull this match out, in the fourth set we held a 19-12 lead and let single mistakes turn into Arcanum runs,” Covinton coach Lonnie Cain said. “Our mental toughness needs to improve.”

Rachel York had 21 kills and 12 digs; while Brooke Gostomsky had eight kills, five aces and six digs.

Arianna Richards dished out 27 assists and had five digs, while Savanna Schaurer had three aces, 13 digs and four kills.

Brie Dieperink had seven kills and 12 assists, while Breanna Kimmel added five kills and Ashley Cecil had seven digs.

The JV lost to Arcanum 25-18, 25-14; while the freshman lost to Fort Loramie in two sets.

Covington varsity will be back in action Saturday at the always tough Minster Invitational. The Buccs open up against Marion Pleasant in the second round (at approximately 10 a.m.).

Lady Vikings

spike Panthers

WEST ALEXANDRIA — The Miami East volleyball team stayed perfect in CCC play, beating Twin Valley South in three sets.

Jonni Parker had 14 kills and 13 assists; while Kyndall Hellyer had 15 kills.

Miami East will host Tri-Country North Tuesday.

Lady Cats

lose to JC

JACKSON CENTER — The No. 2-ranked Jackson Center Tigers beat Houston 25-7, 25-11, 25-13 in SCAL volleyball action Thursday.

For Houston, Jenna Mounts had 13 digs and Jenna Winner and Jenna Green 10 apiece.

Jackson Center goes to 7-0 in the league and 12-0 overall. Houston is 1-6 and 5-7.

Jackson Center won the JV game in two sets.

BOYS SOCCER

Cavs pick

up victory

SIDNEY — The Lehman Catholic boy’s soccer team recorded their second shutout in a row, blanking WOSL rival Fairlawn, 5-0. The Cavs are now 3-7 overall and 3-2 in the WOSL. Lehman gets a much needed week off, not playing until next Thursday when they travel to Temple Christian for another league tilt.

Goals for the Cavs came from Connor Thobe with 2, Ian Smith, Nick Neumeier, and Alex Wiseman, all seniors. Assists were credited to Wiseman, junior Jacob Schmiesing and junior Trey Kerrigan.

Sophomore Ryan Goettemoeller and freshman David Potts combined on the shutout. Lehman outshot the Jets, 22-10, in a game where every Cavalier on the Lehman roster got a good amount of playing time.

“Our defense is starting to play well together and our offense is finally starting to move the ball very efficiently,” Lehman coach Tom wiseman said. “Coach Tobie (of Fairlawn) has a nice program and I look for them to be a force to reckon with in the next 2-3 years in our league. Now we get a much-needed week-long break and then prepare for the Pioneers 9Temple Christian). I told the boys they are the real deal this year and we have to be ready for next Thursday.”

Lehman will play at Temple Christian Thursday.

East boys

cruise to win

LEWISBURG — The Miami East boys soccer team cruised to a 10-1 victory over Tri-County North in CCC action Thursday.

Connor Wilson had three goals, while Devyn Carson, Dalton Taynor and Austin Niswonger each scored two and Wesley Sutherly added a goal.

Carson, Wilson and Kaleb Eilfritz each had two assists, while Shelby Elifritz, Dylan Rodriguez and Kyler Bradley each had one.

“It was an all-around decent game for us,” Miami East coach Adam Bell said. “We came in with a checklist of things we needed to work on and accomplished most of them. Still have some work left to do as we prepare for Ponitz, Bethel and Urbana next week.

Miami East will host Ponitz Monday.

GIRLS SOCCER

Lady Vikings

edge Panthers

LEWISBURG — In their return to league play, Miami East held on for a 1-0 win over Try-County North.

Danielle Manner had the lone goal for the Vikings with 1:54 left until halftime. East keeper, Katie Bodenmiller had two saves for her fifth shutout of the season.

East is now 7-4, 2-0 in the CCC and will play at Bethel Thursday.

BOYS GOLF

Piqua 13th

at GWOC

ARCANUM — The Piqua boys golf team finished 13th at the postseason GWOC tournament with a 361 score.

Piqua scores included Kyle Ingle 83, Derek Jennings 84, Kody Poling 94, Derrick Gullett 100, Aaron Davis 100 and Brennan Hicks 101.

Tiger boys

drop match

WEBSTER — The Versailles boys golf team lost to Fort Loramie 189-191 Thursday.

Versailles scores included Nicholas Litten Stonebraker 47, Jacob Watren 48, Griffen Riegle 48, Kyle Cotner 48 and Michael Hemmelgarn 48.

Versailles lost the JV match 200-216.

Tiger scores included Austin Pleiman 51, Connor Custenborder 54, Alex Keiser 55, Alec Ahrens 56 and Brennan Gaier 61.

GIRLS GOLF

Lady Raiders

get victory

WEBSTER — The Russia girls golf team defeated New Bremen 192-226 Thursday at Stillwater Valley Golf Course, to prepare for Wednesday’s D-II sectional tournament at the same site.

Lizzie Adams was medalist with 43 to lead Russia.

Other Lady Raider scorers included Maddie Borchers 44, Alicia George 52 and Kara Barlage 53.

Adams and Borchers both recorded personal bests for Russia, 8-6.

Lady Tigers

record win

WEBSTER — The Versailles girls golf team recorded a 192-225 win over Arcanum at Stillwater Valley Golf Course Thursday.

Lauren Heitkamp was medalist with 42 to lead Versailles.

Other Lady Tiger scores were Maddie Covault 44, Lauren Durham 53, Morgan Heitkamp 53, Jorja Pothast 55 and Taylor Martin 70.

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