SPRINGFIELD — The Troy boys golf team finished sixth out of 11 teams at the Wildcat Invitational Saturday at Reid Park North.
The Trojans finished with a 334 total.
“We shot 23 shots lower than we shot Saturday on the same course,” Troy coach Mark Evilsizor said. “So, we are happy about that.”
Mitchell Sargent led the Trojans, finishing third overall with a 75.
“Mitchell (Sargent) continues to play at a high level at an important part of the season,” Evilsizor said. “He has worked very hard and has been really solid for us.”
Vodkan Davis and Jeffrey Smith, who recently moved up from JV, continue to shine for Troy.
Davis shot a 39 on the front nine and finished with 83, while Smith added an 85.
Bryce Massingill had a 91 and Blake Sager added a 95,
TIPP CITY — The Covington boys golf team remained unbeaten in TRC play Wednesday with a win on the front nine at Homestead Golf Course.
Cameron Haines was match medalist and led Covington with a 37.
Other Bucc scores were Bryson Hite 38, Sam Grabeman 41, Matt Dieperink 43, Brodie Manson 44 and Connor Humphrey 46.
Colin Fogle led Milton-Union with a 39.
Other Bulldog scores were Zach Lovin 45, Austin Hodkins 50, Keaton Jones 54 and Brian Wooddell 63.
PIQUA — The Piqua boys golf team improved to 7-2 in MVL play Tuesday, topping Greenville on the front nine at Echo Hills.
The Indians final MVL match is with Troy next week.
“We tied are lowest score of the season,” Piqua coach Andy Johnson said. “I am pretty sure this is the most wins we have had (in the MVL since joining the conference). We are playing really well. There are some small things we could do a better job of executing on, but I really like that we are playing well at this time in the season.”
Richard Price took medalist honors with a 37.
Hunter Steinke and Sabastian Karabinis shared medalist honors with 38s, Gabe Sloan had a 41 and Evan Clark and Aiden Applegate shot 44.
PIQUA — In a match played at Piqua Country Club, Troy boys golf team lost a close one.
Troy dropped to 8-2 overall with the loss.
“The guys hung in good with a very good Russia team for the first six holes,” Troy coach Mark Evilsizor said. “We lost the match on holes seven and eight. It was fun to compete against Paul Bremigian’s team on a great course. We want to thank Piqua Country Club for hosting.”
Mitchell Sargent led Troy with a 40.
“Mitchell grinded today and pieced together a solid round,” Evilsizor said.
Freshman Van Davis and Bryce Massingill both carded 44s.
“Van Davis has stepped up big for us after our injuries,” Evilsizor said. “He did a nice job again tonight. He played the last eight holes in five over par. Bryce (Massingill) played better than his score indicates.”
Blake Sager and Jeffrey Smith shot 47 and Matthew Hempker had 54 in his first varsity match.
“The injuries to Hayden (Frey) and Casey (Beckner) have provided opportunities to some of our other guys,” Evilsizor said. “We have counted both Jeffrey Smith and Van Davis’ scores each time they have played since being called up. This is tremendous for our team and for finishing the season strong.
“Matthew Hempker was our ninth guy this year to play in a varsity match. I am proud of how this team has handled the adversity.”
Troy has conference matches remaining with Stebbins and Piqua next week.
CLAYTON — The Milton-Union golf team got a TRC win Tuesday.
Colin Fogle was medalist with a 41.
Other Bulldog scorers were Zach Lovin 45, Austin Hodkin 49 and Keaton Jones 51.
TROY — The Troy boys soccer team got an MVL win at home.
Samuel Westfall had four saves for Troy in the win.
DAYTON — Landon Haas moved to the top of the record book at Tipp for career assists in a win over Stebbins.
Haas had one goal and two assists, giving him 43 assists in his career.
Carson King had two goals and Jaxon Hill, Dominic Mendiola, Hudson Owen and Cameron Smith all had goals.
Landon Luginbuhl, Dominic Neilson and Jack Peterson all had assists.
Michael Jergens had the shutout in goal.
PIQUA — The boys soccer team cruised to an easy win Tuesday.
Braxton Penrod had three goals and one assist, Quintin Bachman had two goals and three assists and Ty Pettus had two goals and one assist.
Josh Heath, Troy Thompson and Brady Weiss had one goal each.
Tony Phillips had two assists and Chase Pettus and Logan Thompson had one assist each.
Heath had 11 saves in goal.
EATON — The Milton-Union boys soccer team got a tie on the road Tuesday.
Lei Tracy and Logan Keys had the Milton-Union goals.
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GERMANTOWN — The Newton boys soccer team lost a close one on the road Tuesday.
Isaac Beidelman and Brensen Skinner had one goal each.
Cody Craig and Dustin Butt had one assist each.