Weekly Boys Sports Roundup


TROY — The Troy boys soccer team played to a 0-0 tie with Tecumseh Tuesday night at Troy Memorial Stadium.

Troy had nine shots in the game.

Samuel Westfall had the shutout for Troy in goal with 10 saves.

Troy, 1-0-1, was scheduled to play at Carroll Saturday.

Piqua 2,

Lehman 1

PIQUA — The Piqua boys soccer team advanced to the championship game of the Atlantis Cup with a 2-1 win over Lehman Catholic Thursday night.

Piqua will play Belmont, an 8-0 winner over Ponitz in the championship game at noon Saturday.

That will be preceded by Lehman and Ponitz in the consolation game.

The Indians got on the board nine minutes into the game on a Quintin Bachman goal, assisted by Max Kaye.

Piqua got what would be the winning goal midway through the first half when Braxton Penrod scored off an assist from Gage Walling.

Lehman’s Colt Courtad had one goal in the second half and the Cavaliers nearly tied the game with about 10 minutes to go.

Josh Heath had seven saves in goal for Piqua and the Indians had 16 shots in the game.

Tipp 3,

Northmont 1

CLAYTON — The Tippecanoe boys soccer team opened the season with a 3-1 win on the road Thursday night.

Landon Haas had two goals for the Red Devils and Carson King added one.

Cameron Smith had one assist.

Michael Jergens had five saves in goal.

Bethel 3,

Northwestern 2

SPRINGFIELD — The Bethel boys soccer team picked up a 3-2 win over Northwestern Tuesday.

Ethan Tallmadge scored two goals for Bethel.

Kam Etmans had one goal and Kason Etmans and Logan Newall had one assist each.

Bellbrook 2,

Bethel 1

BELLBROOK — The Bethel boys soccer team dropped a road game Thursday night.

“Very disappointing tonight in that we did not play like we are capable of playing,” Bethel coach Bob Hamlin said. “We could not string enough passes together to make a difference tonight. Our defense worked very hard and goal keeper Grant Bean came up with some great saves to keep us in the game.”

Bethel will host Troy Christian Thursday night.


Tipp 146,

Troy 156

TROY — The Tippecanoe boys golf team got a win over Troy Wednesday afternoon at Troy Country Club.

“It is always competitive and enjoyable when these teams meet,” Tippecanoe coach Aaron Jackson said.

Will Riehle led Tippecanoe with 34 to take medalist honors.

Other Tipp scores were Owen White 37, Max Gustavson 37, Austin Siefring 38, Zach Riegle 39 and Eli Voisard 45.

“That is a great score,” Troy coach Mark Evilsizor said. “We felt like we had to shoot around 150 to have a chance. That would have made it close. Their number one golfer had an off day and they had the depth to overcome it.”

Mitchell Sargent made seven straight part in shooting a two-over par 36 for Troy and Blake Sager had two birdies in shooting 37.

“Mitchell (Sargent) was real solid,” Evilsizor said. “He had a three-putt bogey one one, then made seven straight pars. We are really pleased with Blake Sager. He came out on fire with a birdie on one and had a birdie on eight. Those two just kind of fed off each other. Blake is really doing a great job and we hope he can continue that.”

Other Troy scores were Hayden Frey 41, Bryce Massingill 42, Casey Beckner 42 and Isaac Burns 45.

Troy 171,

Greenville 180

GREENVILLE — The Troy boys golf team rebounded with a win at Turtle Creek in MVL action.

Mitchell Sargent and Hayden Frey led the Trojans with 41s.

“We were definitely not as sharp today at Turtle Creek as when we won the Greenville Invitational,” Troy boys golf coach Mark Evilsizor said. “The course was windy today, which made things a little more challenging. Overall the guys seemed to have a hard time getting in a rhythm, other than Hayden Frey, who had a nice round.

“He avoided big scores, took advantage of a few breaks and played solid. Mitchell Sargent had an eagle on 14, but just couldn’t get anything going after that. Isaac Burns continues to give us consistent play at battle to a 44.”

Other Troy scores were Bryce Massingill 44, Casey Beckner 48 and Blake Sager 49.

Tipp 154,

Xenia 204

VANDALIA — The Tippecanoe boys golf team picked up a MVL win over Xenia.

Piqua 177,

Stebbins 185

SPRINGFIELD— The Piqua boys golf team picked up a 177-185 win over Stebbins at Locust Hills Tuesday.

Richard Price led the Indians with a 41.

Other Piqua scores were Hunter Steinke 42, Sabastian Karabinis 45, Aiden Applegate 49, Evan Clark 52 and Gabe Sloan 54.

Bethel 172,

Riverside 186

NEW CARLISLE — The Bethel boys golf team picked up a win at the back nine at Sugar Isle in TRC action.

Mike Halleg was match medalist and led the Bees with a 37.

Other Bethel scores were Gabe Weldman 43, Joshua Fiery 46, Ben Sonnanstine 46, Logan Norris 47 and Evan Goodman 74.

Covington 163,

Milton-Union 203

PIQUA — The Covington boys golf team picked up a TRC win.

Matt Dieperink was medalist with 38 to lead the Buccs.

The rest of Covington’s top four were Bryston Hite 40, Sam Grabeman 41 and Cameron Haines 44.

Milton-Union’s top four were Colin Fogle 43, Austin Hodkin 51, Zach Lovin 53, Keaton Jones 56 and Brian Wooddell 56.

Covington 174,

Bethel 183

NEW CARLISLE — The Covington golf team picked up a road win in TRC action Wednesday on the front nine at Sugar Isle.

Cameron Haines was match medalist with 41 to lead Covington.

Other Bucc scores were Matt Dieperink 44, Brodie Manson 44, Sam Grabeman 45, Bryson Hite 47 and Connor Humphrey 47.

Bethel scores were Mike Halleg 44, Logan Norris 44, Joshua Fiery 47, Gabe Veldman 48, Ben Sonnanstein 49 and Ethan Tallmadge 56.

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