Two local soccer players were named first team All-Ohio.
Miami East senior Devynn Carson was named first team on the boys D-III All-Ohio team.
On the Division III girls All-Ohio team, Lehman Catholic’s Sara Fuller was named to the first team and Miami East’s Sage Hunley was named to the second team.
Piqua had two players named to the D-III All-Ohio football.
Tristen Cox was named to the second team, while Darien Tipps-Clemons was named special mention.
In Division V, Versailles’ Collin Peters was named special mention.
In Division VI, Miami East’s Ben Ferguson was named to the first team.
His teammates Kurt Brower and Caden Hellyer were both named special mention.
In Division VII, Covington’ Brandon Magee was named to the first team and his teammate Jared Williams was named to the second team.
Lehman’s Stephen Monnin and Owen Smith and Bradford’s Bailey Powell were all named special mention.
BEREA — Former Piqua standout Cheryl Bell capped an outstanding college career at Baldwin Wallace University.
Bell was a captain this season and played in 19 games, scoring three goals and added two assists.
As a junior she was also a captain received the “Players Player” award, played in 20 matches, scored six goals had two assists.
As a sophomore, she played in all 20 games, scoring four goals and adding two assists.
He freshman season she had five goals and two assists.
For her career, Bell scored 18 goals and added eight assists.
Piqua will be accepting nominations for the Piqua Athletic Hall of Fame until Dec. 18.
drop two games
The Bradford junior high girls basketball team lost two games recently.
The Lady Railroaders lost to Tri-Village 45-10, with Mercedes Smith and Skipp Miller scored four points each.
Bradford lost to Franklin Monroe 45-22.
Miller led the Lady Railroaders with 11 points.
ScoresBroadcast.com will air the New Knoxville at Minster girls game at 7:10 p.m. tonight.
On Friday, they will air the Fairlawn at Anna boys game at 7:40 p.m.
Troy Post 43 American Legion baseball will have an “All You Can Eat Spaghetti Dinner” on Saturday from 3-7 p.m. at Legion Hall on Market Street in Troy.
Tickets are $4 for children under 13 and $7 for adults.