Tuesday/Wednesday Boys Sports Roundup


SPRINGFIELD — There was controversy and confusion at the Springfield D-I golf sectional Tuesday at Reid Park North.

In the end, the top four teams ended up making it out to next week”s district tournament, including Tippecanoe and Troy.

The Red Devils were safe all along, coming in with 316 to finish second.

Austin Siefring and Owen White shot 78s to lead the Red Devils.

Will Riehle had a 79, Eli Voisard carded an 81 and Max Gustavson shot an 83.

The confusion was the fourth and final team qualifier.

When a Vandalia-Butler golfer score was put on the board as 88.

It gave the Aviators a 324 and put Troy in fifth with a 327.

But, the player immediately told officials that was not his correct score, that it had been posted wrong.

In the end, he was DQ’d for signing an incorrect scorecard, moving Troy up to fourth with 327.

“The right four teams ended up making it out,” Troy coach Mark Evilsizor said. “If his correct score had been posted, we would have been fourth and that is how it turned out. The player was trying to explain everything to them from the start. It is just unfortunate he got DQd.”

Mitchell Sargent shared medalist honors with C.J Schohy of Bellbrook with 75.

Sargent again got off to a slow start before recovering.

“It wasn’t a typical Mitchell (Sargent) round,” Evilsizor said. “He was six-over after five holes, but battled back. He shot a two-under 34 on the back nine. He did a great job.”

Jeffrey Smith shot an 38 on the front and finished with 82.

“Jeffrey (Smith) had a great front nine,” Evilsizor said. “He played around bogey on the back, but 82 is still a really good score.”

Bryce Massingill had 84, Blake Sager had 86 and Van Davis carded 87.

“That (327) is a great score,” Evilsizor said. “That could be our best score at sectionals. There are years that would have won the sectional.”

Piqua finished seventh with a 347.

Richard Price missed the playoff for the final individual spot by one stroke, shooting 80.

Other Indian scores were Sabastian Karabinis 84, Hunter Steinke 85, Gabe Sloan 98 and Aiden Applegate 106.

The district tournament is next Wednesday at Heatherwoode Golf Course.

D-II District

Bethel’s Joshua Fiery competed in the D-II district tournament at Heatherwoode Golf Course Tuesday.

Fiery shot a 90.


Troy 11,

Fairborn 0

FAIRBORN — The Troy boys soccer team cruised to a road win Tuesday night.

Bradyn Dillow had five goals and four assists and Nathan Miller scored two goals.

Jatden Roach had one goal and two assists, Aanden Kemmer had one goal and one assist and Miguel Gonzalez and Lucas Hickernell had one goal each.

Tyler Malott had two assists and Julian Polverini had one.

Hickernell and Samuel Westfall combined for the shutout in goal. Hickernell had one save.

Tippecanoe 10,

Sidney 1

TIPP CITY — The Tippecanoe boys soccer team remained unbeaten in MVL play with a home win Tuesday.

Caleb Ransom had three goals and one assist, Landon Haas had two goals and two assists and Colin Turner scored two goals.

Carson King and Cameron Smith had one goal and one assist each and Dominic Mendiola scored a goal.

AJ Jergens had two assists and Keegan Fowler had one assist.

Michael Jergens had four saves in goal.

Piqua 11,

Greenville 1

PIQUA — The Piqua boys soccer team cruised to a win at Wertz Stadium Tuesday night.

Quintin Bachman had four goals and one assist and Josh Heath had two goals and one assist.

Max Kaye had one goal and four assists, Logan Thompson had one goal and two assists, Ty Pettus had one goal and one assist and Brayden Kohler and Tony Phillips had one goal each.

Josh Heath and Brady Weiss had one save each in goal.

Yellow Springs 1,

Troy Christian 0

YELlOW SPRINGS — In a rematch of last year’s D-III regional title game, Yellow Springs had the game’s only goal.

Karter Denson had three saves in goal for Troy Christian.

Waynesville 8,

Bethel 0

BRANDT — The Bethel boys soccer team suffered a home loss Tuesday night in non-conference action.

Dixie 3,

Newton 0

NEW LEBANON — The Newton boys soccer team suffered a road loss Tuesday night.



Sidney 3,

Lehman 0

SIDNEY — The Lehman Catholic boys soccer team dropped a home game with Sidney Wednesday.

Colin Potts had nine saves in goal.

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