Greeneview tops Cedarville
JAMESTOWN — Brianna Seigfried had 16 assists and three aces to help Greeneview top Cedarville, 25-14, 23-25, 23-25, 25-23, 16-14, in girls volleyball, Monday, Sept. 26. Caitlin Sweat added nine kills, six blocks and two digs, while Maddie Hines had eight kills, four digs and an ace. Jenna Basinger was solid on defense with 13 digs and an assist, while Kaitlyn Schloss added 11 digs, four kills and a block. Allison Simpson chipped in 11 assists, one dig and one ace.
Beavers edge C-J
BEAVERCREEK — One goal was enough for Beavercreek to beat Chaminade-Julienne in girls soccer on Monday, Sept. 26. Beavercreek is 7-2-2 overall and has posted four straight shutout wins. Beavercreek has allowed just eight goals all season. Lauren Galloway is third in the Greater Western Ohio Conference with 5.7 shutouts.
BHS sweeps Oakwood
BEAVERCREEK — Beavercreek’s girls volleyball team improved to 9-7 overall with a non-league win over Oakwood, Monday, Sept. 26. The Beavers won, 25-8, 25-21, 25-14.
Bellbrook reserves lose
BELLBROOK — Conner Merrill shot a 47 to lead Bellbrook in a 172-196 boys golf loss to Kettering Fairmont, Monday, Sept. 26 at Community Golf Course. Zach Crampton shot 48, Benton Miller 49, and Joey Derrico 52.
Fairborn tops Waynesville
FAIRBORN — Preslee Chapman and Megan Koonce teamed up at doubles for the first time this season and helped Fairborn beat Waynesville, 3-2, in tennis on Monday, Sept. 26. They won their match at first doubles, 6-0, 6-1.
Brooklyn Hunter was first off the courts, winning, 6-1, 6-0, at first singles. Kyla Secrest won the other match for Fairborn, 6-4, 6-5, at third singles. Acadia Wulf lost, 3-6, 4-6, at second singles, while Dakota Thacker and Gabrielle Singer lost, 5-7, 6-3, 4-7. It was Singer’s first varsity match. Fairborn is 10-10 overall.
Beavers among state’s best
COLUMBUS — Beavercreek’s boys soccer team moved up a spot in the Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association Division I state poll released Monday, Sept. 26. Beavercreek is tied for fourth with Mason, each receiving 61 points. Cleveland St. Ignatius is still a unanimous no. 1 with 100 points. Columbus St. Charles, which handed Beavercreek its only loss on Saturday, Sept. 24, is second.
In the D-II poll, Carroll’s boys dropped to a tie for sixth with 46 points after a loss to now-no. 2 Kettering Alter. Columbus St. Francis DeSales is no. 1 with 100 points. The Carroll girls are fourth in D II with 57 points. Cincinnati McNicholas (98 points) is no. 1.
Bellbrook girls win own meet; boys second
BELLBROOK — The Bellbrook middle school girls cross country team won the Bellbrook meet, Saturday, Sept. 24. They had all five runners in the top 15 to score 44 points. Cincinnati Sycamore had 66 points. Avarie Faulkner was second overall in 12:46.5. Mallory Gedeon (14:26.5) was seventh, Emily Pelfrey (14:36.5) eighth, Kailey Hamilton (15:22.6) 14th and Erin Allen (15:23) 15th. For scoring, Hamilton was 13th and Allen 14th.
The Bellbrook boys were second with 81 points. Waynesville won with 18 points. Takumi Ford was fifth in 12:14.1, followed by Kyle Reigelsperger (12:56.3) in 13th, Owen Blackburn (13:05.3) 16th, Drew Leftwich (13:43.4) 22nd and David Greathouse (13:46.5) 25th.
Swimmers give back
FAIRBORN — The Wright State men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams took a break from preseason training to host a clinic along with Epsilon Kappa Sigma for children 5-12 on Monday, Sept. 26.
“Our goal was to offer the clinic to support general water safety and basic swimming instruction,” WSU coach Kyle Oaks said. “We want to do our best to help kids have a safe experience in the water and to further our sport while also protecting youth from the dangers of drowning, etc. Drowning (unintentional injury) is still a leading cause of death across many age groups.”
Raider swimming will begin the season on Oct. 2 at the Butler Double Dual.
Sundell defensive player of the week
FAIRBORN — Freshman goalkeeper Joel Sundell, of Sweden and the Wright State men’s soccer team, has been named the Horizon League Defensive Player of the Week for the week ending Sunday, Sept. 25.
Sundell led the way as the Raider defense posted two shutouts last week and stretched its shutout streak to three overall. In a 1-0 decision. Sept. 21 over Eastern Illinois at Alumni Field, Sundell recorded three saves. And in a 4-0 league victory Saturday, Sept. 24 at Northern Kentucky, he notched one save. In four starts, Sundell has allowed just two goals, one coming on a penalty kick, for a 0.50 goal against average and has posted 12 saves.
Men compete at Purdue
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The Wright State men’s tennis team competed at the Purdue Invitational.
Jacob Perkins lost his first match in flight A, 1-6, 4-6, but then won his final two, 6-4, 6-3 and 3-6, 6-4, 10-7. Javier Alvarez won his first match in flight E, 6-4, 3-6, 6-2 and lost his second match, 4-6, 1-6. He lost his third match, 6-7 (5-7), 2-6. Jonas Brezing lost his first match in that flight, 4-6, 1-6, and won his next two, 603, 6-2 and 6-4, 6-2.
In doubles flight A, Brezing and Perkins won, 7-5, before losing, 4-6, and 2-6. The Raiders return to action Oct. 14-16 at the Valparaiso (Ind.) Invitational.
WSU rolls past Green Bay
FAIRBORN — The Wright State women’s soccer team scored a season-high five goals, two coming from Sarah Colvin, in rolling to a 5-1 Horizon League victory over Green Bay, Saturday, Sept. 24 at Alumni Field.
Men’s soccer earns 4-0 win
HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, Ky. — The Wright State men’s soccer team tallied two goals late in the first half and added two more in the second half for a 4-0 Horizon League victory Saturday, Sept. 24 at Northern Kentucky.
Beavercreek wrestling golf outing
BEAVERCREEK — The Beavercreek wrestling team is sponsoring a four-person Texas scramble golf outing Saturday, Oct. 1, at Beavercreek Golf Club. Shotgun start is at 8:45 a.m. The cost is $80 per golfer. Foursomes will be placed into flights. The fee includes golf, cart, range balls, and food and drink tickets. To enter as a team or individual call Gary Wise at 937-750-5558, or email [email protected]
Turkey Shoot at WGC
XENIA — WGC Golf Course will be hosting the 16th annual Turkey Shoot golf outing at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 8. All proceeds go to charity.
The first 15 Turkey Shoots have generated more than $90,000 in donations. The proceeds are given to Groceryland, which then distributes vouchers for complete Thanksgiving dinners to the FISH Pantry. These vouchers feed 200 families with five or more members and 50 veterans and their families. In addition, VISX (Volunteers in Service for Xenia) serves Thanksgiving dinners at the Xenia Adult Recreation and Services Center, more than 700 to the community and shut-ins.
For a $55 donation, you receive golf, cart and a tee prize. You also get all the burgers, hot dogs, chili, coffee, hot chocolate and soda you can eat and drink. Plus, there is a contest on every hole. Be a Hole Sponsor for $65. Deadline is Oct. 3.
Hockey holding alumni golf outing
BEAVERCREEK — The 2016-17 season marks the 20th anniversary of the Beavercreek varsity hockey program and in celebration, the program will hold the first Beavercreek Varsity Hockey Alumni Friends & Family Golf Scramble. It will be held Saturday, Oct. 22 at Locust Hills Golf Course in Springfield. Organizers hope to have a group of players from each of the 20 years of the hockey program represented. Included with the $80 entry fee are 18 holes of golf, cart, driving range, box lunch, dinner, and the chance to participate in a silent auction, raffle, and some fun games and competitions on and off the course. Dinner without golf is $20.
Registration and use of the driving range starts 11:30 a.m. with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. Dinner and awards will be at approximately 6 p.m. highlighted by the introduction of the new Beavercreek varsity hockey head coach and former U.S. Air Force Academy NCAA Division I player, Brig. Gen. Greg Gutterman. Sponsorship signs are available for businesses, individuals, or families. Sign up to sponsor/and or golf at www.golfoutingpro.com/event/beavercreekhockey. For more information, contact tournament director Bill Daniels at [email protected]
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