Weekend Sports Roundup

SYLVANIA — The Troy hockey team went on the road for a 7-3 win over Sylvania Southview Friday.

Brady Smith had two goals and one assist and Ian Francis added two goals.

Colin Burghadt and Cooper Sexton had one goal and one assist and Cam Lombardo had one goal.

Miles Shuman, Ethan Bidle, Andrew Condy, Carson Smith and Will Barnes had one assist each.

Troy followed it up with a 3-2 win over St. Francis DeSales Saturday at Hobart Arena.

Sexton, Lombardo and Brady Smith had the goals.

Gaven Burris had two assists and Ian Francis-Knott, Bidle and Mason Weaver had one assist each.

The Trojans made it a 3-0 weekend with a 5-2 win over Bishop Watterson Sunday.

Sexton had two goals and one assist.

Burris had one goal and one assist and Francis-Knott and Eli Wenning had one goal.

Brady Smith, Bidle, Lombardo and Burghardt had one assist each.

BOWLING

BOYS

Kickoff Tournament

The Troy boys bowling team kicked off the season with a 3,282 total in the Kickoff Tournament.

The Trojans rolled baker games of 174, 174, 122, 181 and 169.

Bryce Massingill led the Trojans with games of 226, 199 and 209 for a 634 series.

Carson Helman rolled games of 168, 174 and 169 and Logan Smith had games of 109, 184 and 156.

Ryan Kaiser had games of 137 and 173, Kyle Wickman had games of 191 and 111 and Ethan Blanchard had games of 125 and 131.

Minster 2,828

Newton 2,333

MINSTER — The Newton boys bowling team dropped a match with Minster Saturday.

Dalton Trucksis led Newton with games of 227 and 245 for a 472 series.

Alex Hartman had games of 137 and 159 for a 296 series and Blake Reish had games of 153 and 131 for a 284 series.

Grant Arey had 142 game, Razz Garber had a 119 game.

Newton had baker games of 174, 130, 175, 203 and 145.

GIRLS

Kickoff Tournament

The Troy girls rolled a 3,511 total in the Kickoff Tournament to start the season.

Troy had baker games of 146, 122, 114, 202, 192, 154, 190 and 151.

Aiyana Godwin led Troy with games of 207, 190 and 160 for a 557 series.

Kiandra Smith had games of 161, 211 and 119 and Libby Burghardt had games of 115, 163, 125.

Chloe Steiner rolled games of 153 and 134, Kayanna Bidle had games of 134 and 129 and Kristin Sedam added games of 94 and 145.

Minster 1,877,

Newton 1,690

MINSTER — The Newton girls bowling team dropped a match with Minster Saturday.

Breanna McClish had games of 130 and 133 for a 263 series.

Alyssa Hampton rolled games of 147 and 106 for a 253 series and Rachel Hix rolled games of 108 and 126 for a 234 series.

Haley Caldwell rolled games of 125 and 98 for a 223 series.

Newton rolled baker games of 125, 74, 119, 116 and 112.

BASKETBALL

Friday

Bethel 37,

Jackson Center 27

JACKSON CENTER — The Bethel girls basketball team got past a scrappy Jackson Center team 37-27 Friday night.

Karley Moore scored 13 points.

Maddie Montgomery scored six points and Kerigan Calhoun added five points.

Covington 55,

Houston 23

COVINGTON — The Covington girls basketball team cruised to a win in the season opener.

The Buccs led 17-9, 36-13 and 54-19 at the quarter breaks.

Maggie Anderson scored 16 points and Carlie Besecker added 15 points.

Gracie Anderson scored 11 points and Erika Gostomsky and Avery Koffer both scored six points.

Fort Loramie 32,

Miami East 30

CASSTOWN — The Miami East girls basketball team lost a defensive battle Friday night.

The game was tied 20-20 after three quarters and went to the wire.

Jacqueline Kadel had 11 points and four rebounds, while McKayah Musselman had nine points and five rebounds.

Maryn Gross had six points and three steals, Camryn Francis had four blocked shots and three steals and Sera Rush had four assists.

Mississinawa 48,

Lehman 13

SIDNEY — The Lehman Catholic girls basketball team dropped its season opener in non-conference action.

The Cavaliers trailed 14-4, 24-9 and 39-11 at the quarter breaks.

Saturday

Milton-Union 54,

Bradford 14

BRADFORD — The Milton-Union girls basketball team opened with a win Saturday.

The Bulldogs led 10-7, 20-10 and 39-11 at the quarter breaks.

Kearsyn Robison had 19 points and four assists for Milton-Union, while Jenna Brumbaugh had seven points, five steals and three assists.

Rachel Jacobs had six points and nine rebounds, Annie Smith had six points and five steals and Ava Berberich scored six points.

Shayleigh Swick scored five points for Bradford and Brooklyn Crickmore added four points.

Bethel 74,

Rock Hill 66

NEW MADISON — The Bethel girls basketball team improved to 2-0 at the Lady Patriots Tip-Off Classic.

Bethel led 24-14 after one quarter and 43-35 at halftime.

The game was tied at 56 after three quarters, before Bethel used a 20-point fourth quarter to win.

Karley Moore led the Bees with 24 points and Rhyan Reittinger scored 16 points.

Kerigan Calhoun netted 14 points and Maddie Montgomery added 10 points.

Covington 64,

Fairlawn 40

SIDNEY — The Covington girls basketball team improved to 2-0 on the season.

Covington led 16-9, 35-14 and 50-31 at the quarter breaks.

Carlie Besecker and Maggie Anderson scored 17 points each for the Buccs.

Avery Koffer had 11 points, Gracie Anderson netted seven and Erika Gostomsky added five points.

Miami East 54,

Mechanicsburg 42

MECHANICSBURG — The Miami East girls basketball team evened its record with a non-conference win.

The Vikings led 11-4, 24-12 and 39-25 at the quarter breaks.

McKayah Musselman filled out the stat sheet with 16 points, five rebounds, four blocked shots and three assists.

Maryn Gross added 14 points, 11 rebounds, six assists and four steals and Jacqueline Kadel scored 11 points.

Camryn Francis had eight points, seven rebounds, five blocked shots and three assists and Sera Rush added three assists.

BOWLING

BOYS

Minster 2,828

Newton 2,333

MINSTER — The Newton boys bowling team dropped a match with Minster Saturday.

Dalton Trucksis led Newton with games of 227 and 245 for a 472 series.

Alex Hartman had games of 137 and 159 for a 296 series and Blake Reish had games of 153 and 131 for a 284 series.

Grant Arey had 142 game, Razz Garber had a 119 game.

Newton had baker games of 174, 130, 175, 203 and 145.

Minster 1,877,

Newton 1,690

MINSTER — The Newton girls bowling team dropped a match with Minster Saturday.

Breanna McClish had games of 130 and 133 for a 263 series.

Alyssa Hampton rolled games of 147 and 106 for a 253 series and Rachel Hix rolled games of 108 and 126 for a 234 series.

Haley Caldwell rolled games of 125 and 98 for a 223 series.

Newton rolled baker games of 125, 74, 119, 116 and 112.