Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday Boys Roundup


PIQUA — Covington boys golf school records continue to fall on the front nine at Echo Hills Golf Course.

Earlier this season, Matt Dieprink shot a 30 for the new nine hole individual record.

Tuesday, the Buccs shot a new school record for nine holes in a 146-230 win over Northridge, recording 10 birdies.

Dieperink had three birdies in a one-under par 35 to take medalist honors.

Sam Grabeman had two birdies in an even-par 36 and Bryson Hite had three birdies in a one-over par 37.

Cameron Haines and Connor Humphrey both had one birdie each in shooting 38s and Brodie Manson added a 44.

Lehman 166,

Milton-Union 190

SIDNEY — On the west nine at Shelby Oaks Golf Course, Lehman picked up a TRC win.

Henry Petersen was medalist with 37 for the Cavaliers.

Rounding out the top four were Jack Williams 42, Noel Petersen 43 and CJ Olding 44.

Milton-Union’s top four were Colin Fogle 38, Zach Lovin 44, Austin Hodkin 53 and Brian Wooddell 55.

Bethel 172,

Miami East 172

ST. PARIS — The fifth man tiebreaker was the difference in a TRC match on the front nine at Lakeland Golf Course.

Bethel scores were Joshua Fiery 41, Logan Norris 43, Ben Sonnanstine 43, Mike Halleg 45, Ethan Tallmadge 45 and Gabe Veldman 51.

Camren Monnin was match medalist for Miami East with 38.

Other Viking scores were Connor Apple 42, Fletcher Harris 45, Owen Haak 47, Keidan Pratt 51 and Brody Antonides 54.


Tipp 9,

Greenville 0

TIPP CITY — The Tippecanoe boys soccer team cruised to a MVL win.

Caleb Ransom had two goals and two assists and Landon Haas had two goals and one assist.

James Miller had one goal and one assist and Carson King, Dominic Neilson, Beckett Trzeciak and Grant Vonderheide score one goal each.

Dominic Mendiola had two assists and Keegan Fowler had one assist.

Michael Jergens had the shutout in goal.

Piqua 1,

Xenia 0

PIQUA — The Piqua boys soccer team got an MVL win Tuesday night.

Josh Heath had nine saves in goal.

Milton-Union 1,

Brookville 1

WEST MILTON —The Milton-Union boys soccer team played to a 1-1 tie Tuesday night.

Titus Copp had the goal on an assist from Jacob Fraley.

Tyson Wright had 10 saves in goal.

Dayton Christian 7,

Newton 1

DAYTON — The Newton boys soccer team dropped a road game Tuesday night.



Piqua 165,

Fairborn 210

PIQUA — The Piqua boys golf team picked up a MVL win Wednesday on the front nine at Echo Hills.

Hunter Steinke was medalist with 39 to lead Piqua.

Sabastian Karabinis was even par through six holes and shot 41, Aiden Applegate had a 42 and Richard Price carded a 43.

Evan Clark eagled the fifth hole in a 49 and Gabe Sloan added a 55.

Troy 167,

Xenia 186

XENIA — The Troy boys golf team got an MVL win on WGC course Wednesday.

Mitchell Sargent was medalist, shooting 38.

“Mitchell played really well,” Troy boys golf coach Mark Evilsizor said. “Especially, putting. He made a couple really nice birdie putts. Mitchell is working on closing rounds better. As the season unfolds, that becomes even more important.”

Casey Beckner added a 42.

“He is starting to round his game into form,” Evilsizor said. “He is hitting more greens in regulation, which is generally the best indicator of whether or not a high school golfer is scoring.”

Bryce Massingill had a 43. He had two rough holes, but closed well to keep his score down.

“Bryce putted well last night, which is great timing for a crucial part of our season coming up,” Evilsizor said.

Blake Sager added a 44, Hayden Frey had a 45 and Isaac Burns shot a 48.

“WGC golf course can be tricky and several of these guys were new to the course,” Evilsizor said. “Overall, the boys battled to a solid score.”



Troy 157,

Northmont 158

CLAYTON — The Troy boys golf team won by a stroke at Graywolf Golf Course Thursday.

“Tonight was a big win for us,” Troy boys golf coach Mark Evilsizor said. “We switched the pairings a little and the final pair of Hayden Frey and Blake Sager came up clutch with both scores counting. We played from behind most of the round until hole nine.”

Mitchell Sargent and Northmont’s Ben Dawson were co-medalist with 37s.

“Once Mitchell got adjusted to the greens, his round picked up,” Evilsizor said. “He closed the last five holes in one-under par.”

Bryce Massingill and Frey both carded 39s.

“They were both due for a low round and we needed both scores to match Northmont tonight,” Evilsizor said. “Bryce has closed well the past two matches and showed great leadership tonight. I know Hayden has been frustrated with his play lately, so I am happy for him.”

Sager carded a 42.

“Blake parred four of his last five holes,” Evilsizor said. “I liked his approach tonight and how he battled through a rough start.”

Casey Beckner had a 44 and Isaac Burns added a 47.

“Casey’s 44 would have been the winning fifth score (tiebreaker), if we had tied,” Evilsizor said. “I always stress to the guys that every stroke counts. Tonight was a perfect example of that.”

Troy will play Butler Monday at Troy Country Club in MVL action.


Milton-Union 2,

Lehman 1

SIDNEY — The Milton-Union boys soccer team got a road win in TRC action.

Logan Keys and Braden Schaurer scored the goals for Milton-Union, while Mason Quesinberry had an assist.

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