Boys tennis, boys volleyball and track results for Saturday, April 6


BOYS VOLLEYBALL

Beavercreek def. Cle. St. Ignatius, 25-18, 21-25, 25-19, 25-20. B: Jacobson 15 digs 5 aces, Townsend 5 blocks, 6 kills

Hoban def. Beavercreek, 15-25, 24-26, 18-25. B: Davidson 5 kills, Mazzone 10 kills, 10 digs; Boose 15 assists.

Beavercreek def. St. Edwards, 24-26, 25-14, 25-22, 26-24. B: Davidson 18 kills, 3 blocks; Townsend 11 kills, 11 blocks; Mazzone 21 kills, 5 digs, 5 aces; Boose 28 assists, 10 digs; Jacobson 21 digs, 6 aces. Records: B 5-2.

Wayne def. Edgewood, 25-19, 25-23.

Milford def. Edgewood, 25-22, 25-15.

Middletown def. Edgewood, 25-16, 25-19. Records: E 0-5.

BOYS TENNIS

Greenville 5, Stebbins 0

SINGLES: Lockhart d. Szanto 6-1, 6-0, 2. Keller d. Crigler 6-2, 6-0, 3. Bixler d. Talley 6-0, 6-1. DOUBLES: 1. Bowers/Kiser d. Brown/Young 6-0, 6-1, 2. Blinn/Haviza d. Smith/Gosselin 6-3, 6-0. Records: G 2-0, S 1-3.

TRACK

FRIDAY’S RESULTS

MIDDLETOWN SHOWDOWN

BOYS

TEAM RESULTS: 1. Northwest 142.6, 2. Lebanon 132.1, 3. Princeton 106.1, 4. Middletown 100.1, 5. Springboro 72.6, 6. Eaton 46, 7. Winton Woods 39.5, 8. Withrow 13, 9. Belmont 9.

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS: 100: Jackson (Northwest) 10.7. 200: Jackson (Northwest) 22.0. 400: Baldwin (Northwest) 49.7. 800: Mullins (Princeton) 2:05.4. 1,600: Reed (Lebanon) 4:42.0. 3,200: Parsons (Middletown) 10:33.0. 110H: Trimble (Northwest) 14.7. 300H: Trimble (Northwest) 39.7. 400 Relay: Northwest 42.4. 800 Relay: Princeton 1:33.0. 1,600 Relay: Princeton 3:27.9, 3,200 Relay: Princeton 8:49.0. High Jump: Trimble 6-6. Pole Vault: Sarver (Eaton) 13-0. Long Jump: Marshall (Middletown) 21-4.25. Shot Put: Leichliter (Lebanon) 45-9.75. Discus: Sorrell (Middletown) 169-8.

GIRLS

TEAM RESULTS: 1. Pricenton 129, 2. Lebanon 114.5, 3. Northwest 100, 4. Eaton 90, 5. Middletown 73.5, 6. Springboro 56, 7. Winton Woods 42, 8. Withrow 29, 9. Belmont 15.

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS: 100: Newman (Northwest) 13.1. 200: Johnson (Winton) 26.5. 400: Edwards (Middletown) 1:02.9. 800: Crow (Lebanon) 2:20.20. 1600: Jameson (Lebanon) 5:35.0. 3200: Myers (Princeton) 11:48. 100H: Williams (Northwest) 17.1. 300H: Spears (Eaton) 51.0. 400 Relay: Northwest 51.7. 800 Relay: Princeton 1:48.0. 1,600 Relay: Lebanon 4;15.6. 3,200 Relay: Lebanon 10:16.0. High Jump: Wenz (Springboro) 5-2. Pole Vault: Newland (Lebanon) 8-6. Long Jump: Myles (Withrow) 15-7.5. Shot Put: Highley (Eaton) 33-9. Discus: Highley (Eaton) 105-3.

VERSAILLES INVITATIONAL

BOYS

TEAM RESULTS ORANGE: 1. Minster 230, 2. Waynesfield 108, 3. New Bremen 68, 4. Houston 59, 5. New Knoxville 50, 6. Russia 43.5, 7. Marion Local 43, 8. Newton 23, 9. Bradford 18, 10. Ansonia 17.5, 11. Franklin Monroe 2.

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS ORANGE: 3,200 Relay: Minster 8:30.33. 110H: Stoner (Minster) 17.15. 100: Mackie (NK) 12.04. 800 Relay: Minster 1:35.89. 1,600: Slonkosky (Minster) 4:40.76. 400 Relay; Minster 46.12. 400: Schultz (Minster) 52.11. 300H: Tebbe (Minster) 43.6. 800: O’Leary (Waynesfield) 2:05.06. 200: Schultz (Minster) 24.09. 3,200: Dahlinghaus (Minster) 10:29.46. 1,600 Relay: Minster 3:42.94. Shot Put: Hegemann (Minster) 47-4.75. Discus: Huber (Waynesfield) 147-0. Long Jump: Fridley (Waynesfield) 19-0. High Jump: Martin (Houston) 6-0. Pole Vault: Huelsman (Minster) 12-6.

TEAM RESULTS BLACK: 1. Covington 137, 2. Versailles 99, 3. Spencerville 91.5, 4. West Liberty-Salem 84, 5. Greenville 80, 6. St. Henry 79, 7. Crestview 61.5, 8. Twin Valley South 31.

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS BLACK: Versailles 8:28.15. 110H; Cordell (WLS) 15.49. 100: Oullette (Covington) 11.71. 800 Relay: Crestview 1:36.91. 1,600: Prakel (Versailles) 4:27.97. 400 Relay: Covington 46.34. 400: White (Covington) 50.26. 300H: Neff (Greenville) 41.47. 800: Rindler (St. Henry) 2:01.20. 200: Oullette (Covington) 23.88. 3,200: Hemmelgarn (St. Henry) 10:01.51. 1,600 Relay; Covington 3:35.62. Shot Put: Didier (Versailles) 46-2.25. Discus: Shumate (Spencerville) 144-4. Long Jump: Cordell (WLS) 19-7.5. High Jump: Pothast (Versailles) 6-2. Pole Vault: Mestemaker (St. Henry) 13-3.


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