Boys Tuesday/Wednesday Sports Roundup


TROY — Troy High School senior golfer Bryce Massingill saves his best for last.

And the Trojans continued to overcome injuries in a sweep of a tri-match Wednesday.

Troy shot a 156, Northmont had a 166 and West Carrollton carded a 280.

Troy is now 7-1 overall and 6-1 in the MVL.

Massingill, in his final match at Miami Shores Golf Course, carded an even par 36 to earn medalist honors.

“I am so proud of Bryce Massingill,” Troy coach Mark Evilsizor said. “In his final match at Miami Shores, it was his first time ever being medalist in a match. What a way to go out. Bryce really had it rolling out there.

“He was two-under at one time. He is putting better than he has ever putted and hitting the ball farther than he has ever hit it. He is really stepping up and I am proud of him.”

Mitchell Sargent had a 38, Van Davis shot 40 in his first varsity match, Jeffrey Smith had a 42, Isaac Burns 44 and Blake Sager 46.

“We had another season-ending injury to Casey Beckner and freshman Van Davis playing his first varsity match shoots 40,” Evilsizor said. “This young guys continue to step up. Now, we being our push towards the tournament.”

Troy will play in a tournament at Reid Park North Saturday, the same course the Trojans will play in the D-I sectional later this season.

Tipp 148,

Piqua 172

VANDALIA — The Tippecanoe boys golf team picked up a home win on the front nine of Cassel Hills Wednesday in MVL action.

Eli Voisard was medalist with 35.

Other Red Devil scores were Will Riehle 37, Owen White 37, Max Gustavson 39, Andrew Gagnon 43 and Austin Siefring 44.

Piqua scores were Richard Price 39, Sabastian Karabinis 43, Hunter Steinke 45, Aiden Applegate 45, Evan Clark 48 and Gabe Sloan 51.


Kenton Ridge 2,

Bethel 1

SPRINGFIELD — The Bethel boys soccer team lost a road game Wednesday.

Ethan Tallmadge had the Bethel goal on an assist from David Kasimov.

Grant Bean had five saves in goal.



Troy 10,

Greenville 0

GREENVILLE — The Troy boys soccer team cruised to a 10-0 win over Greenville in MVL action Tuesday night at Harmon Field.

Bradyn Dillow had three goals and three assists and Tyler Malott and Anden Kemmer had two goals each.

Kevin Hipolito had one goal and one assist and Aiden Hickernell and Jacob Shurtz had one goal each.

Christipher King had two assists and Zachary Bridge and Tanner Furrow had one assist each.

Lucas Hickernell had the shutout in goal.

Tipp 9,

Xenia 1

TIPP CITY — The Tippecanoe boys soccer team got a home in in MVL action Tuesday.

Landon Haas had two goals and two assists for the Red Devils.

Keegan Fowler had two goals and Carter Coble, Carson King, Caleb Ransom, Collin Snider and Colin Turner had one goal each.

James Miller, Dominic Neilson, Hudson Owen and Cameron Smith had one assist each.

Michael Jergens had three saves in goal.

Piqua 3,

W.Carrollton 0

WEST CARROLLTON — The Piqua boys soccer team got a road win in MVL action Tuesday.

Braxton Penrod had a hat trick, scoring all three goals.

Quintin Bachman had two assists and Ty Pettus added one.

Josh Heath had the shutout in goal with seven saves.

Troy Christian 8,

Milton-Union 1

WEST MILTON — Troy Christian broke open a close game late in the first half and picked up the TRC win Tuesday night.

Troy Christian’s Parker Penrod scored the game’s first goal in the first two minutes, but Milton-Union’s Mason Quesinberry tied it 10 minutes later.

It took the Eagles less than a minute to re-take the lead on a PK by Max Barnishin scored on a PK.

Troy Christian then scored four goals in the final 12 minutes of the half and added two more in the second half.

Marek Bollinger had two goals and two assists for the Eagles.

Frank Rupnik had one goal and three assists and Noah Zeman added one goal and one assist.

Penrod, Barnishin, Josiah Myers and Austen Taylor had one goal each and Mikey Berner and Matthew Wynne had one assist each.

Karter Denson had seven saves in goal.

Jackson Center 6,

Lehman 0

SIDNEY — The Lehman Catholic boys soccer team dropped a home game Tuesday in non-conference action.


Bethel 162,

Northridge 236

NEW CARLISLE — The Bethel boys golf team picked up a win on the back nine of Sugar Isle Tuesday.

Mike Halleg was medalist and led Bethel with 37.

Other Bees scores were Gabe Veldman 41, Ben Sonnanstine 42, Logan Norris, 42, Ethan Tallmadge 48 and Evan Goodman 56.

Milton-Union 193,

Riverside 195

TIPP CITY — The Milton-Union boys golf team got past Riverside in TRC action Tuesday.

Colin Fogle was medalist and led the Bulldogs with 41.

Rounding out Milton-Union’s top four were Zach Lovin 46, Austin Hodkin 48 and Keaton Jones 58.

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