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HIGH SCHOOL

Girls Soccer

Greeneview 5, Springfield Catholic Central 0

JAMESTOWN — Emily Rhinehart scored two goals and added an assist, Sydnie Sonneman scored a pair of goals, Kayli Vipperman scored a goal and an assist, while Hailee Brown and Deanna Penewit also had assists in Tuesday’s win over Springfield Central Catholic. Greeneview (7-3) hosts Mechanicsburg in an Ohio Heritage Conference battle at 5:30 p.m. today at Don Nock Field.

Boys Soccer

Greeneview 5, Springfield Catholic Central 1

JAMESTOWN — Rams teammates Jaden Baise and Brayden Woods each scored two goals and added an assist, Jacob Mickle added an unassisted goal, while Dart Hovan and Josh Jenkins assisted on the other two goals, in Greeneview’s win on Tuesday. The Rams (10-0, 6-0 in the Ohio Heritage Conference) are scheduled to next play on Tuesday when they’ll host Dayton Christian at Don Nock Field.

Soccer

The Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association state HS soccer polls for Sept. 21.

BOYS

DIVISION I

1. Cleveland St. Ignatius (8-0-1) 97

2. Dublin Jerome (8-0-0) 92

3. Mason (6-0-2) 81

4. Beavercreek (6-0-1) 61

5. Berea-Midpark (8-0-0) 50

6. Cincinnati Elder (7-0-1) 45

7. Copley (5-1-1) 33

8. Dublin Coffman (2-1-1) 28

9. Lebanon (5-0-2) 22

10. Medina (4-1-0) 15

Receiving votes: Hilliard Davidson, Solon, Warren Howland, Green.

DIVISION II

1. Mentor Lake Catholic (8-0-0) 93

2. Columbus St. Francis DeSales (4-2-2) 87

3. Carroll (5-1-0) 75

4. Richfield Revere (6-0-2) 68

5. Cuyahoga Falls Cuyahoga Valley Christian (3-2-1) 43

6. Bay Village Bay (6-2-1) 41

7. Bellbrook (6-1-0) 34

8. St. Mary’s Memorial (7-0-1) 32

9. Cincinnati Wyoming (5-2-2) 17

10. Columbus Hartley (3-1-1) 14

Receiving votes: Kettering Alter, Lexington, Ottawa-Glandorf, Canfield, Pepper Pike Orange, Wooster Triway, Cincinnati McNicholas, Oak Harbor, Athens.

DIVISION III

1. Mansfield Christian (8-0-1) 99

2. Beachwood (6-0-3) 81

3. Worthington Christian (3-2-1) 74

4. Ottawa Hills (6-1-0) 63

5. Greeneview (8-0-0) 50

6. Canfield South Range (6-1-0) 45

7. Gahanna Columbus Academy (2-4-2) 29

8. Dayton Christian (5-3-0) 27

9. Independence (6-0-1) 17

10. Zanesville Bishop Rosecrans (7-1-0) 16

Receiving votes: Kidron Central Christian, Pitsburg Franklin-Monroe, Albany Alexander, Columbus Grandview Heights, Van Buren, Columbiana Crestview.

GIRLS

DIVISION I

1. Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit (7-0-1) 100

2. Medina (6-0-2) 84

3. Dublin Jerome (7-0-1) 77

4. Springboro (7-0-1) 69

5. (tie) Rocky River Magnificat (5-1-1), Mason (4-0-3) 51

7. Dublin Coffman (5-0-1) 39

8. Loveland (6-0-1) 35

9. Twinsburg (5-1-2) 19

10. Hudson (8-0-1) 15

Receiving votes: Lebanon, Canfield, Cincinnati Mount Notre Dame, Zanesville.

DIVISION II

1. Akron Hoban (6-1-1) 94

2. Bay Village Bay (5-0-1) 91

3. Cincinnati McNicholas (3-2-2) 73

4. Kettering Alter (3-0-3) 70

5. Granville (6-1-1) 68

6. Rocky River (6-1-1) 47

7. Cincinnati Indian Hill (6-0-0) 35

8. Mentor Lake Catholic (5-0-2) 18

9. Wapakoneta (7-0-1) 16

10. Ontario (8-1-0) 14

Receiving votes: Tipp City Tippecanoe, Plain City Jonathan Alder, Niles McKinley, Chillicothe, Ottawa-Glandorf.

DIVISION III

1. Cincinnati Summit Country Day (8-0-0) 100

2. Columbus Grandview Heights (8-0-0) 81

3. Sidney Lehman (6-1-1) 68

4. Cincinnati Country Day (5-0-1) 63

5. Akron Manchester (8-0-0) 53

6. Zanesville Rosecrans (8-1-0) 50

7. Chesterland Hawken (6-2-0) 44

8. Hamilton Badin (4-2-0) 36

9. Gates Mills Gilmour (8-0-0) 23

10. Pemberville Eastwood (6-0-1) 13

Receiving votes: Doylestown Chippewa, Youngstown Mooney, Milford Center Fairbanks.

Boys Golf

Bellbrook 169, Waynesville 211

Alyssa Burritt claimed the day’s best round with a 37 on the par-36 Sugar Valley Country Club nine to lead Bellbrook to Monday’s win. Other top scorers for Bellbrook were: Raif Foster 41 (second); Noah Crosley 45 (third); and Mason Zimmer 46 (fourth).

JUNIOR VARSITY

Bellbrook 200, Carlisle 221

CARLISLE — The Indians’ Jack Bower may have claimed medalist honors with a 47, but Bellbrook’s Hunter Turner (48), Conner Merrill (50) and Aaron Schmitt (51) finished second, third and fourth respectively to lead the Golden Eagles JV to a recent win at Jamaica Run Golf Club. Luke Mayberry also shot a 51 for Bellbrook in the win.

COLLEGE

Three Marauders football games on Gem City Sports Network

DAYTON — The Gem City Sports Network will be broadcasting the three Central State Marauders home games this year. They will be live at radio1.gemcitysports .com and will be archived, on the Gem City Sports website, at www.gemcitysports.com.

The first game will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday Oct. 3, when Central States hosts Kentucky Wesleyan.

RECREATION SOFTBALL

City of Fairborn Parks and Recreation

Softball Standings (through Sept. 18)

MONDAY

REC Men’s E2 (7:15 p.m.)

1. Mr. P’s (9-1); 2. Anonymous Joes (7-3); 3. Great Clips (7-5); 4. The Funk/Liberty Tax Service (5-5); 5. Red Wing Shoes (4-6); 6.(tie) Average Joes, The Funk/Bowl 10 (3-9).

TUESDAY

Men’s E League

1. Anonymous Joes (4-0); 2.(tie) Deer Heating & Cooling/Fricker’s, Red Wing Shoes (3-1); 4.(tie) Average Joes, Longshots (1-3); 6. Ball Busters (0-4).

THURSDAY

Rec Division – Church League (7:15 & 8:30 p.m.)

(regular season and tournament records)

1. Heart-N-Soule (12-1, 4-0); 2. Maple Avenune Church of God “B” (10-2, 2-2); 3. Arrowbrook Baptist (8-6, 0-2); 4. Medway United Methodist (6-4, 4-2); 5. St. Mark’s Episcopal (5-8, 2-2); 6. Huber Mennonite (5-8, 1-2); 7. Spinning Road Baptist (2-9, 0-2); 8. Christopher’s (1-11, 1-2)

NOTE: Congratulations to Heart-N-Soule on winning the Rec Division Tournament and regular season with a combined record of 17 – 1. Congratulations also to Medway UMC for second place in the tournament and Maple Avenue B for second place in the regular season.

Compiled by John Bombatch. Please send your sports information to: sports@xeniagazette.com.

Compiled by John Bombatch. Please send your sports information to: sports@xeniagazette.com.

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