The Piqua tennis team lost 5-0 to Springfield Friday.
In singles, Tyler Lavey lost 6-0, 6-0; Josh Hanes lost 6-2, 6-3; and JJ Rohrbach lost 6-1, 6-1.
In doubles, Brendan Tisher and Sean Hatke lost 6-2, 6-2; and Emily Williams and Brad McPherson lost 6-4, 6-3.
In exhibition doubles, Abby Rudd and Cameron Ashton lost 6-2 and Willis Young and Greg Reyes lost 6-1.
match with MV
DAYTON — The Miami Valley tennis team defeated Lehman 5-0 Friday.
In singles, Griffin West lost 6-0, 6-0; Ryan Goettemoeller lost 6-0, 6-1; and Sean Toner lost 6-0, 6-0.
In doubles, Malachi Bezy and Josh Armstrong lost 6-0, 6-0 and Lehman forfeited second doubles.
VANDALIA — The Piqua boys track and field team took 12th at the Vandalia-Butler Invitational Saturday, while the Piqua girls were 13th.
Winning for the boys was Andy Mayse, 1,600, 4:35.04; while Ashley Ho led the Lady Indians by winning the high jump, 5-0.
second at Minster
MINSTER — The Versailles boys and Russia girls both finished second at the Minster Invitational Saturday.
Russia boys were sixth, Bradford was 10th, Houston 12th and Lehman 15th.
The lone boys winner from the area was Bradford’s Rhyan Turner in the 300 hurdles, 41.61.
Russia girls scored 80 points to finish second to Minster, while Versailles was third with 58.
Houston was 10th, Bradford was 12th and Lehman was 13th.
Lauren Heaton led the Lady Raiders, sweeping the 100, 13.25; and 400, 58.54.
Also winning for Russia was Molly Kearns, 3,2oo, 11:53.47.
Versailles girls set two meet records.
Jenna Frantz won the pole vault with a record height of 12-9, while the 800 relay won in a meet record time of 1:46.94.
Also winning for the Lady Tigers were Camille Watren, 200, 26.25; and the 400 relay, 51.42.
Winning for Houston was Shelby Ayers, discus, 111-4.
win at Graham
ST. PARIS — The Miami East boys track and field team used good balance and depth to win the Graham Invitational Friday night.
The Vikings boys scored 76. 3 points to win, while the Lady Vikings scored 79.5 points and finished fourth.
Winning for the East boys was Daniel Everett in the discus with a throw of 137-0.
For the girls, Megan Kinnison had a record night in sweeping the discus and shot put.
Kinnison won the discus with a meet record throw of 119-2, while taking the shot put with a distance of 32-11 1-2.
Also winning was the Lady Vikings 3,200 relay (Lorenza Savini, Lindsey Yingst, Kaitlyn Mack, Marie Ewing) with a meet record time of 10:04.99.
WEST ALEXANDRIA — The Covington girls track and field team finished second in the Fred Durkle Invitational Friday night, while the boys finished fourth.
Winning for the Lady Buccs was Natalie Snyder, 100 hurdles, 17.17; Anna Dunn, 1,600, 5:29.60; Breanna Kimmel, 200, 26.84; Carly Shell, 3,200, 11:54.60; the 800 relay (Rayna Horner, Kelsey Dysinger, Tori Lyle, Kimmel), 1:52.62; and the 1,600 relay (Horner, Ashlyn Plessinger, Lyle, Kimmel), 4:21.24.
Winning for the Covington boys was the 1,600 relay (Zane Barnes, Brandon Magee, Jayce Pond, Nathan Lyle), 3:37.37.