Local Sports Briefs


HIGH SCHOOL

CROSS COUNTRY

District Championships

(Saturday at Miami Valley Career Technical Center, Clayton)

BOYS

DIVISION I

Top 8 teams, and individuals finishing in the top 32

TEAM QUALIFIERS: 1. Beavercreek 70; 2. Lebanon 77; 3. Miamisburg 134; 4. Centerville 140; 5. Springboro 181; 6. Kettering Fairmont 228; 7. Vandalia Butler 228; 8. Bellbrook 229; ALSO: 16. Xenia 429; 24. Fairborn 638.

TOP 32 INDIVIDUAL FINISHERS (171 runners): 1. Ben Ewert, Beavercreek 5:09.3; Stephen Jones, Troy; 3. Nick Jarvis, Lebanon; 4. Chase Brentlinger, Fairmont; 5. Andrew Testas, Trenton Edgewood; 6. Colin Staten, Beavercreek; 7. Ryan Orchard, Xenia; 8. Kelby Caplinger, Lebanon; 9. Andy Mayse, Piqua; 10. Ryan Slaughenhaupt, Miamisburg; 11. David Klenk, Lebanon; 12. Matt Gregson, Beavercreek; 13. Kevin Cross, Centerville; 14. Stephan Lewis, Lebanon; 15. Seth Osborne, Miamisburg; 16. Ryan Hobbs, Springboro; 17. Jared Wamsley, Huber Heights Wayne; 18. Roberto Vargas, Beavercreek; 19. Connor Robinson, Bellbrook; 20. Ian Bowman, Sidney; 21. Long Lin, Vandalia Butler; 22. Joseph Sheehan, Springfield; 23. Kyle Wertz, Butler; 24. Chris Parsons, Middletown; 25. Matt Nerlinger, Centerville; 26. Ethan Shade, Clayton Northmont; 27. Simon Heys, Wilmington; 28. Caleb Colon, Butler; 29. Jacob Miller, Wayne; 30. John Salzman, Centerville; 31. Casey Burnett, Springboro; 32. Tucker Dandenault, Springboro.

DIVISION II

Top 6 teams, and individuals finishing in the top 32

TEAM QUALIFIERS: 1. Tipp City Tippecanoe 42; 2. Springfield Shawnee 91; 3. Carroll 100; 4. Eaton 149; 5. Springfield Northwestern 160; 6. Oakwood 164; ALSO: 13. Greenon 350;

TOP 24 INDIVIDUAL FINISHERS (160 runners): 1. Mitchell Poynter, Tippecanoe 5:11.5; 2. Justin Prack, Northwestern; 3. Seth Gard, Eaton; 4. Logan Griffith, Shawnee; 5. Karl Grossman, Carroll; 6. Thomas Chaney, Tippecanoe; 7. Joe Spitzer, Versailles; 8. Justin Clayton, Bellefontaine; 9. Keenan Fraylick, Tippecanoe; 10. Max Pettit, Greenon; 11. Tim Andrews, Tippecanoe; 12. Kyle Jamison, Northwestern; 13. Mike Laughlin, Carroll; 14. Devin Dunn, Shawnee; 15. Spencer Ranft, Tippecanoe; 16. Jordan Brown, Tippecanoe; 17. Andrew Mowell, Northeastern; 18. Wes Samuels, Bellefontaine; 19. Spencer Schick, Brookville; 20. Josh Hayes, Shawnee; 21. Trevor Paringer, Germantown Valley View; 22. Kevin Sheedy, Carroll; 23. Jack Dalton, Dayton Chaminade Julienne; 24. Jeremy Page, Brookville.

DIVISION III

Top 8 teams, and individuals finishing in the top 32

TEAM QUALIFIERS: 1. Anna 58; 2. West Milton Milton-Union 120; 3. Botkins 130; 4. Fort Loramie 130; 5. Russia 164; 6. West Liberty-Salem 190; 7. Pleasant Hill Newton 212; Houston 222.

TOP 32 INDIVIDUAL FINISHERS (194 runners): 1. Brady McBride, Newton 5:17.6; 2. Joey Adams, West Liberty-Salem; 3. Will Brock, Milton-Union; 4. Lucas Huber, Anna; 5. Caleb Ball, Russia; 6. Korry Hamlin, Tipp City Bethel; 7. Tom Ballas, Ft. Loramie; 8. Gavin Horne, Casstown Miami East; 9. Aaron Fullenkamp, Botkins; 10. Cameron Flora, Botkins; 11. Tyler McKee, Anna; 12. Bradley Axe, Anna; 13. Korash Assani, Anna; 14. Joe Ballas, Ft. Loramie; 15. Isaac Erlundson, Xenia Christian; 16. Alex Seger, Russia; 17. Justin Webster, Springfield Emmanuel Christian; 18. Joel Gaier, Anna; 19. Isaac Stephens, Arcanum; 20. Parker Morris, Jackson Center; 21. Tristin Freistuhler, Houston; 22. Cole Van Hook, Pitsburg Franklin Monroe; 23. Liam Godin, Milton-Union; 24. Noah Siegel, Ft. Loramie; 25. Austin Fullenkamp, Botkins; 26. Colton Graumen, Milton-Union; 27. Troy Riley, Houston; 28. Coleman Clark, Bethel; 29. Ethan Monnier, Russia; 30. Shannon Milnickel, Milton-Union; 31. Andrew Ball, Russia; 32. Jake Rethman, Ft. Loramie.

GIRLS

DIVISION I

Top 8 teams, and individuals finishing in the top 32

TEAM QUALIFIERS: 1. Troy 39; 2. Beavercreek 61; 3. Lebanon 92; 4. Miamisburg 118; 5. Centerville 156; 6. Bellbrook 173; 7. Clayton Northmont 194; 8. Springboro 210. ALSO: 16. Xenia 503.

TOP 32 INDIVIDUAL FINISHERS (150 runners): 1. Morgan Gigandet, Troy 5:48.9; 2. Jessie Hartman, Lebanon; 3. Emma Bryant, Vandalia Butler; 4. Megan Myers, Troy; 5. Cat Livingston, Miamisburg; 6. Emma Shigley, Troy; 7. Stephanie Pierce, Beavercreek; 8. Bethany Lassen, Beavercreek; 9. Kate Pence, Troy; 10. Jordan Grant, Beavercreek; 11. Meghan Donoher, Kettering Fairmont; 12. Melanie Pacheco, Lebanon; 13. Jessica Starrett, Oxford Talawanda; 14. Melissa Barrett, Northmont; 15. Courtney Long, Miamisburg; 16. Molly Bernhard, Beavercreek; 17. Laura Drew, Centerville; 18. Madelline Jameson, Lebanon; 19. Olivia Tyre, Troy; 20. Rylie King, Beavercreek; 21. Emily Ott, Beavercreek; 22. Rachel Davidson, Troy; 23. Kelsey Saylor, Springboro; 24. Kayla Parker, Bellbrook; 25. Sophie Hippenmeyer, Centerville; 26. Megan Studebaker, Troy; 27. Sydney Stegeman, Lebanon; 28. Grace McGrew, Miamisburg; 29. Emily Herr, Springboro; 30. Aubrey Kosak, Northmont; 31. Andrea Scofield, Centerville; 32. Lauren Kemper, Bellbrook.

DIVISION II

Top 6 teams, and individuals finishing in the top 24

TEAM QUALIFIERS: 1. Tipp City Tippecanoe 43; 2. Kettering Alter 60; 3. Springfield Shawnee 75; 4. Oakwood 85; 5. Versailles 113; 6. Carroll 175; ALSO: 12. Greenon 386.

TOP 24 INDIVIDUAL FINISHERS (124 runners): 1. Abby Nichols, Alter 5:52.3; 2. Elizabeth Ordeman, Oakwood; 3. Mary Kate Vaughn, Oakwood; 4. Perri Bockrath, Alter; 5. Sophie Smith, Springfield Shawnee; 6. Kaili Titley, Tippecanoe; 7. Abbi Halsey, Tippecanoe; 8. Katie Taylor, Tippecanoe; 9. Laura Fink, Tippecanoe; 10. Morgan Huggins, Shawnee; 11. Lily Michael, Oakwood; 12. Kara Spitzer, Versailles, 13. Stephanie Fink, Tippecanoe; 14. Grace Holmes, Shawnee; 15. Ocean Morris, Greeneview; 16. Emily Wolfe, Tippecanoe; 17. MaKenzie Dietz, Tippecanoe; 18. Tiffany Ward, Alter; 19. Kate Bockrath, Alter; 20. Brynna Blakeley, Versailles; 21. Maria Grilliot, Alter; 22. Emma Schmid, Shawnee; 23. Brooke Smith, Springfield Northwestern; 24. Liz Watren, Versailles.

DIVISION III

Top 8 teams, and individuals finishing in the top 32

TEAM QUALIFIERS: 1. Russia 81; 2. Xenia Christian 84; 3. Covington 87; 4. Casstown Miami East 129; 5. Botkins 150; 6. Sidney Lehman 160; 7. Fort Loramie 186; 8. West Liberty-Salem 207.

TOP 32 INDIVIDUAL FINISHERS (189 runners): 1. Chloe Flora, Botkins 6:06.0; 2. Lorenza Savini, Miami East; 3. Karmen Knepp, Bradford; 4. Carly Shell, Covington; 5. Rachel Sweeney, Xenia Christian; 6. Molly Kearns, Russia; 7. Tori Estepp, Xenia Christian; 8. Madison Wright, West Alexandria Twin Valley South; 9. Lauren Heaton, Russia; 10. Reghan Bieleski, West Liberty-Salem; 11. Jenna Zimmerman, Lehman; 12. Marcy Bradshaw, Arcanum; 13. Anna Dunn, Covington; 14. Grace Norman, Xenia Christian; 15. Macy Flanary, Pleasant Hill Newton; 16. Anna Fiessinger, Russia; 17. Ashlyn Plessinger, Covington; 18. Megan Wright, Twin Valley South; 19. Paige Boehringer, Covington; 20. Grace Sambora, Dayton Miami Valley; 21. Rachel Schmitmeyer, Ft. Loramie; 22. Morgan Ely, Houston; 23. Lindsey Yingst, Miami East; 24. Claire Kazmaier, Ft. Loramie; 25. Marie Ewing, Miami East; 26. Holly Cole, North Lewisburg Triad; 27. Nicole Brocious, Pitsburg Franklin Monroe; 28. Evan Byrd, New Paris National Trail; 29. Kayla Heuker, Botkins; 30. Claire Meyer, Russia; 31. Payton Amstutz, Botkins; 32. Ariana Nelson, Xenia Christian.

NOTE: Qualifying teams and runners will compete in the regional championships Saturday in Troy.

GIRLS SOCCER

Monday’s games

Division I — Beavercreek vs. Huber Heights Wayne, at Clayton Northmont HS — no report

Division II — Carroll vs. Tipp City Tippecanoe, at Wertz Field, Piqua — no report

Division III — Greeneview vs. West Milton Milton-Union, at Franklin Community Park — no report

BOYS SOCCER

Tuesday’s games

Division I

Beavercreek vs. Wayne, 7 p.m. at Northmont HS, Clayton

Division II

Bellbrook vs. Kettering Alter, 7 p.m. at Wayne HS, Huber Heights

Carroll vs. Tipp City Tippecanoe, 7 p.m. at Wertz Field, Piqua

Division III

Greeneview vs. Miami Valley, 7 p.m. at Bellbrook HS

Yellow Springs vs. Casstown Miami East, 7 p.m. at Eaton HS

COLLEGE

FOOTBALL

Gary SIAC Player of the Week

WILBERFORCE – Central State linebacker Deonate Gary has been named the SIAC Defensive Player of the Week following an impressive performance against Stillman College last Saturday in the Marauders’ 24-7 road win.

Gary, a 6-foot-1 junior from Lakeland, Fla., recorded two interceptions, five solo tackles and a forced fumble. Gary’s first pick came on Stillman’s first drive of the game when he stepped in front of a pass and returned it 30 yards for the game’s first score. Gary struck again on the first SC drive of the second half, intercepting another pass and taking it 51 yards to set up a CSU touchdown three plays later.

In addition to earning the honor from the SIAC, Gary was also tabbed as HeroSports.com Division II Defensive Stud of the Week for the second consecutive time.

Gary, who transferred from Eastern Arizona in 2013, reflected on what the awards meant to him.

“After sitting out for two full seasons, it has felt great to be able to play alongside my teammates,” Gary said. “These awards are a reflection of all the hard work our team continues to put in each and every week. I am just one of many talented players at Central State. For me, it means a lot to help deliver recognition for our team and the entire university.”

Gary’s 45 solo tackles and 31 assists leads the team and ranks among the top three in the SIAC. He also has a team-best 18 tackles for losses heading into next week’s game at Tuskegee (Ala.) University.

Central State (4-4, 2-2 SIAC West) takes on reigning SIAC champion Tuskegee (7-1, 3-0). Fans can watch the game live from Abbott Memorial Alumni Stadium beginning at 2 p.m. on the Tuskegee Sports Network. (tuskegeesportsnetwork.blogspot.com)

WOMEN’S SOCCER

Sedlock HL Offensive Player of the Week

Senior forward Natalie Sedlock has been named the Horizon League Women’s Soccer Offensive Player of the Week, it was announced Monday by the league office.

Sedlock (Beavercreek) led the Raiders to a pair of wins last week, scoring three goals in the process. In a 2-0 decision over Cleveland State in the final home match of the regular season last Wednesday, Sedlock tallied the game-winning goal at the 48:23 mark of the second half.

WSU then defeated Green Bay 4-1 on the road Saturday as Sedlock recorded two goals. She scored the first goal of the match just 7:44 into the contest and then added the final goal of the night at the 82:17 mark.

Sedlock leads the team and is tied for fourth in the league with six goals this season.

Wright State (7-7-1, 4-3-1 Horizon) closes out the regular season at 3 p.m. Friday at Detroit.

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

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

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