SPRINGFIELD — The Troy boys golf team got another look at Locust Hills, where the MVL tournament will be played next week.
The Trojans won tri-match with Greenville and Piqua.
Team scores were Troy 166, Greenville 181, Piqua 184.
“I thought we played really solid,” Troy coach Mark Evilsizor said. “It was windy and cool, conditions we haven’t seen yet and I thought the kids played well.”
Mitchell Sargent and Bryce Massingill were co-medalist with 40s.
Luke Huber shot 42, Brayden Schwartz had 44 and Zane Huelsman and John Kneisley carded 45s.
“The thing I liked is we closed,” Evilsizor said. “Mitchell (Sargent) and Bryce (Massingill) both birdied the final hole. Luke (Huber) tripled the first hole and was only three over the rest of the way. Those three are obviously playing at high level.
“Brayden (Schwartz), Zane (Hueslman) and John (Kneisley) contineu to be right there. We are getting near the end and our focus is on winning the MVL tournament.”
Richard Price led Piqua with a 41.
Other Indian scores were Hunter Steinke 46, Landon Lawson 48, Sabastian Karabinis 49, Evan Clark 52 and Gabe Sloan 53.
TROY — The Troy boys soccer team picked up a 3-2 win over Belmont Thursday in non-conference action.
Mitchell Davis had two goals and one assist and Bradyn Dillow had one goal and one assist.
Tanner Furrow had one assist and Samuel Westfall had five saves in goal.
Summit CD 2,
TIPP CITY — The Tippecanoe boys soccer team lost a non-conference game to Summit Country Day.
Carson King had the Tipp goal and Michael Jergens had five saves in goal.
Troy Christian 3,
TIPP CITY — Troy Christian won a TRC battle with Bethel.
“Another wild and woolly TRC boys soccer battle,” Bethel coach Bob Hamlin said. “We came to play and we battled. We had to overcome some adversity through the game dealing with some injuries, but gave a good showing.”
Aidan Barnishin and James Swartz had one goal and one assist for the Eagles.
Alex Free had one goal and Noah Zeman had one assist.
Tanner Conklin had seven saves in goal.
Jace Houck had one goal and one assist for Bethel.
Ethan Tallmade had one goal and Kyle Brueckman had one assist.
TC North 2
LEWISBURG — The Newton boys soccer team played to a tie Thursday night in WOAC action.
Dan Fisher and Matthew Koon scored goals for Newton.
Noah Brush had one assist and Blair Reish had eight saves.
XENIA — The Troy volleyball team cruised to a 25-8, 25-10, 25-8 win Thursday night in MVL action.
Kasey Sager had 10 kills and four blocks and Ellie Fogarty had nine kills, 17 assists, eight digs and two blocks.
Maddie Frey had eight kills and four blocks and Brynn Siler had five kills, five aces and five digs.
Hannah Duff had three aces, 14 digs and two blocks and Brooklyn Jackson had three aces and 14 digs.
Kayla Huber had 12 assists and seven digs and Zoe Tracey had six digs.
PIQUA — The Tippecanoe volleyball team stayed undefeated in the MVL with a 25-6, 25-9, 25-13 win on the road.
Alex Voisard had seven kills and Nicole Strong had six kills.
Grace Kinsman served five aces and Savannah Clawson served three aces.
Hannah Wildermuth dished out 20 assists and Elli McCormick had eight assists.
“The girls continue to play well and work together,” Piqua coach Jenni Huelskamp said. “We had a lot of great defensive plays and kept them out of system a lot with smart plays and aggressive serving.”
Jordan Adkins had four kills and 10 digs and Elizabeth Copsey added three kills and nine digs.
Olivia Anthony had eight assists.
Troy Christian 0
COVINGTON — The Covington volleyball team handled Troy Christian 25-12, 25-17, 25-14 in TRC action.
Nigella Reck had 17 kills, eight digs and four aces and Carlie Besecker had 11 kills, four blocks and seven digs.
Taylor Kirker had 33 assists and served three aces and Lauren York served three aces.
Reaghan Lemp had six digs.
Miami East 3,
DAYTON — The Miami East volleyball team won on the road 25-10, 25-13, 25-16 to stay unbeaten in MVL play.
DEGRAFF — The Bethel volleyball team got a 25-12, 25-18, 25-20 win on the road in TRC action.
Karlee Plozay had 17 kills and 12 digs.
Karinne Stormer had 12 kills, three aces and 13 digs; Annabelle Adams dished out 30 assists and Claire Bailey had four aces and 17 digs.
WEST MILTON — The Lehman Catholic volleyball team got a road win in MVL play.
Marissa Comer had 15 kills and three blocks and Taylor Geise had 14 kills, three aces and eight digs.
Kailee Rank had 13 kills and nine digs and Kaitlyn Fortkamp had 10 kills and two blocks.
Layla Platfoot had six kills, Caroline Wesner had 53 assists and 10 digs and Ashlyn Geise had 12 digs.
PITSBURG — The Newton volleyball team improved to 15-0 with a road win in WOAC action.
Ella Rapp had 41 assists, three aces and nine digs and Emma Hemphill had 13 kills and 15 digs.
Bella Hall had 12 kills, three aces and five digs and Olivia Rapp had five kills, three aces and five digs.
Kaylee Deeter had four aces and eight digs, Eva Bowser had 20 digs, Sienna Montgomery had 10 kills and Ava Rapp had five kills.
ARCANUM — The Bradford volleyball team lost 25-7, 25-5, 25-11 in WOAC action Thursday.
Brooklyn Crickmore had two kills for Bradford and Bella Brewer had three assists.
Faith Gray led the defense with five digs.
WEST MILTON — The Lehman Catholic girls soccer team got a 2-0 road win in TRC action.
Eva Dexter had one goal and one assist and Aubri Karn scored a goal.
Callie Giguere had three saves in goal.
Miami East 4,
BROOKVILLE — The Miami East girls soccer team got a road win Thursday night.
Claire Posey got the hat trick with three goals for the Vikings and Brooke Shafer added one goal.
Lindi Snodgrass had two assists and Maryn Gross had one assist.
TC North 0
LEWISBURG — The Newton girls soccer team played to a scoreless tie in WOAC action Thursday night.
Breanna Ingle had two saves in goal.
VANDALIA — The Tippecanoe girls golf team wrapped up an undefeated regular season in the MVL with a win over Vandalia-Butler.
Tippecanoe scores included Olivia Kreusch 44, Abigail Poston 45, Delaney Delcamp 48, Rianna Brownlee 50, Katlyn Smith 52 and Annaleah Lambert 54.
Tipp will play in the MVL tournament Thursday at Locust Hills.