High School sports results for Saturday, April 13


Tennis

Friday’s Late Result

CEDARVILLE 4, SPG. SHAWNEE 1

Singles — 1. Marvin (Ce) d. Struck, 4-6, 6-1, 6-2; 2. Grafton (Ce) d. Hall, 3-6, 6-4, 7-6 (7-5); 3. Heath (Ce) d. Pitstick, 6-4, 6-4. Doubles — 1. Raby/Zaage (Ce) d. Hile/Chandler, 7-6, 6-6 (2-7), 6-4; 2. Dixon/Smith (S) d. Gillespie/Sanchez, 4-6, 6-4, 6-4. Records: C 3-2.

Lacrosse

Alter 10, Kings 4

Volleyball

Roger Bacon d. Centerville, 25-14, 22-25, 25-22.

Fairfield d. Centerville, 19-25, 25-20, 25-16.

Louisville Trinity (Ky.) d. Centerville, 25-20, 25-17. Records: C 4-4.

GCL Challenge at Alter

Carroll d. Fairborn, 25-8 25-8. C: Wright 15 assists, Deng 8 kills.

Col. DeSales d. Alter, 25-19 25-21. A: Bandenbrock 6 kills 4 blocks 1 ace, Miller 17 assists, Joseph 4 kills 5 blocks 2 aces.

Carroll d. Col. DeSales, 25-23 27-29 26-24. C: Deng 17 kills 20 digs, Wright 22 assists, Herrman 10 kills.

Alter d. Fairborn, 25-12 25-16. A: Bandenbrock 7 kills 2 aces, Miller 11 assists, Dagher 6 aces 4 digs, Nantz 3 kills 1 block.

Carroll d. Edgewood, 25-12 15-25 25-22. C: Herman 18 kills 3 aces, Wright 15 kills, Nash 16 digs, Santiago 15 assists. E: Cox 8 kills, Casey 3 digs, Mercurio 12 assists.

Alter d. Monroe, 25-16 25-15. A: Bandenbrock 5 kills 2 aces 2 blocks, Miller 13 assists 4 digs, Girouard 12 digs 2 aces, Joseph 5 kills 2 blocks.

GCL Challenge at CJ

Edgewood d. CJ, 25-18 26-28 25-20. CJ: Miles 23 kills, N. Pyper 27 assists. E: Mercurio 11 assists 2 blocks, Cox 13 kills 1 ace, Haas 7 kills 5 digs 3 blocks.

Fenwick d. Monroe, 25-14 25-14. F: Mustard 4 kills 1 ace, Goubeaux 18 assists 3 kills, Wourns 9 kills 5 aces.

Fenwick d. Edgewood, 25-11 25-12. F: Wourns 5 kills 4 blocks, Goubeaux 15 assists 4 kills 2 aces. E: Mercurio 5 assists, Cox 3 kills, Miller 3 kills.

Monroe d. CJ, 21-25 27-25 25-21. CJ: Miles 23 kills, N. Pyper 27 assists.

Fenwick d. Col. DeSales, 25-21 25-16. F: Fiorenza 8 kills 5 assists 2 blocks, Koehlke 5 kills 3 assists 5 digs, Goubeaux 9 assists 2 aces.

CJ d. Fairborn, 25-13 27-25. CJ: Miles 10 kills, N. Pyper 16 assists, Menker 5 kills.

Track & Field

Anna Invitational

Boys

Team Results — 1. Minster 199.5; 2. Anna 76; 3. WL-Salem 69; 4. Lehman Catholic 55; 5. New Bremen 54.5; 6. Fairlawn 43; 7. Troy Christian 34; 8. Houston 30.5; 9. Russia 29.5, Dixie 29.5; 11. New Knoxville 24.5; 12. Botkins 8; 13. Ft. Jennings 5.

Event Winners — 3200MR: Minster 8:35.97; 110 Hurdles: Taylor Cordell (WLS) 15:21; 100: Troy Kauffman (M) 11.69; 800MR: Minster 1:35.58; 1600: Dominic Slonkosky (M) 4:41.34; 400MR: Anna 45.86.

Girls

Team Results — 1. Minster 159.5; 2. WL-Salem 131; 3. Russia 96; 4. Ft. Jennings 51; 5. Botkins 48; 6. New Bremen 38.5; 7. Dixie 30; 8. Fairlawn 29; 9. Anna 27.5; 10. Troy Christian 14; 11. New Knoxville 12; 12. Houston 11.5; 13. Lehman Catholic 11.

Event Winners — 3200MR: Minster 10:16.21; 100 Hurdles: Leah Francis (Ru) 16.87; 100: Morgan Freyhof (WLS) 13.00; 800MR: Ft. Jennings 1:56.73; 1600: Meghan Vogel (WLS) 5:32.18; 400MR: Minster 53:75.

Cedarville Invitational

Boys

Team Results: 1. Shawnee 168; 2. Cedarville 95.5; 3. Northeastern 69.5; 4. Bethel 66; 5. Greeneview 57; 6. Catholic Central 51; 7. Greenon 46; 8. Ponitz 35; 9. Dayton Christian 32; 10. Southeastern 25; 11. Xenia Christian 8; 12. Yellow Springs 6.

Individual Results: 100M: Dimitroff (Catholic Central) 11.67; 200M: Seeling (Shawnee) 22.98; 400M: Smith (Ponitz) 52.19; 800M: Greenwood (Shawnee) 2:01.83; 1600M: Greenwood (Shawnee) 4:44.54; 3200M: Tymoski (Shawnee) 9:58.6; 110MH: Young (Cedarville) 16.24; 400MR: Catholic Central 44.74; 800MR: Shawnee 1:36.1; 1600MR: Northeastern 3:41.57; 3200MR: Shawnee 8:31.68; High Jump: Parker (Northeastern) 6-00.0; Pole Vault: Owens (Greenon) 12-06.0; Long Jump: Parker (Northeastern) 19-04.0; Shot Put: Wallace (Greenon) 44-04.5; Discus Throw: Jackson (Dayton Christian) 138-10.

Girls

Team Results: 1. Greeneview 109; 2. Northeastern 98; 3. Shawnee 65.5; 4. Greenon 62; 5. Xenia Christian 59; 6. Cedarville 50; 7. Yellow Springs 47; 8. Catholic Central 41; 9. Ponitz 28.5; 10. Stivers 28; 11. Dayton Christian 27; 12. Southeastern 23; 13. Bethel 20.

Individual Results: 100M: Smith (Ponitz) 13.36; 200M: Sorrells (Ponitz) 27.24; 400M: Stute (Greenon) 1:03.93; 800M: Boeck (Cedarville) 2:38.04; 1600M: Brown (Yellow Springs) 5:39.61; 3200M: Brown (Yellow Springs) 12:49.18; 100MH: Bonk (Greeneview) 17.71; 300MH: Bonk (Greeneview) 51.22; 400MR: Northeastern 54.29; 800MR: Northeastern 1:57.61; 1600MR: Greeneview 4:32.49; 3200MR: Greeneview 11:00.55; High Jump: Stute (Greenon) 4-10.0; Pole Vault: Fisher (Stivers) 11-00.0; Long Jump: Bonk (Greeneview) 14-09.75; Shot Put: Lockwood (Northeastern) 34-06.5; Discus: Summerfield (Northeastern) 109-00.

Coaches Classic at Winton Woods

Boys

Team Results — 1. Northwest 92.5; 2. Mason 88; 3. LaSalle 63; 4. Moeller 44, St. Xavier 44; 6. Loveland 37; 7. Oak Hills 34, Anderson 34; 9. Princeton 30; 10. Elder 28.5; 11. Miamisburg 24; 12. Sycamore 23; 13. Walnut Hills 17; 14. Lebanon 13, Colerain 13; 16. Middletown 12, Withrow 12; 18. Lakota West 10.5; 19. Winton Woods 10; Kings 8; 21. Turpin 6, Lakota East 6, Mount Healthy 6; 24. Woodward 4; 25. Cov. Catholic 2; 26. Ross 1.5.

Event Winners — 100: Konkoly (OH) 11.25; 200: Jackson (NW) 22.38; 400: Konkoly (OH) 49.59; 800: Hall (St. X) 1:57.69; 1600: Hoffman (Moe) 4:23.29; 3200: Clark (Mas) 9:34.61; 110 Hurdles: Trimble (NW) 14.83; 300 Hurdles: Trimble (NW) 38.90; 400MR: Northwest 42.95; 800MR: Princeton 1:31.80; 1600MR: Mason 3:24.60; 3200MR: Mason 8:24.86; High Jump: Larison (Moe) 6-02; Pole Vault: Ratterman (Eld) 13-06; Long Jump: Bell (LaS) 22-08; Shot Put: Lewis (Syc) 56-07.5; Discus: Jones (NW) 164-03.

Girls

Team Results — 1. Mason 122; 2. Walnut Hills 82; 3. Sycamore 75; 4. Withrow 54; 5. Lakota East 51; 6. Princeton 30; 7. St. Ursula 26; 8. McAuley 24, Ursuline; 10. Lebanon 23, Mother of Mercy 23; 12. Miamisburg 21; 13. Kings 17; 14. Seton 16; 15. Turpin 15; 16. Colerain 14; 17. Fairfield 12; 18. Loveland 11; 19. Middletown 9; 20. Northwest 8; 21. Mount Healthy 6..

Event Winners — 100: Heath (LE) 12.55; 200: Heath (LE) 26.11; 400: Darks (WH) 59.95; 800: Gaus (Mas) 2:22.58; 1600: Heffernan (SU) 5:05.12; 3200: Heffernan (SU) 10:48.05; 100 Hurdles: Horning (Mas) 15.92; 300 Hurdles (With) 45.38; 400MR: Withrow 49.48; 800MR: Withrow 1:45.80; 1600MR: Sycamore 4:03.86; 3200MR: Mason 9:43.10; High Jump: Blaut (Seton) 5-02; Pole Vault: Stein (Mas) 10-06; Long Jump: Moseley (With) 17-04; Shot Put: Clark (Miam) 38-05.25; Discus: Bove (McA) 127-07.

Eastmoor Academy Invitational

BOYS

Team Results: 1. Independence 107; 2. Whitehall Yearling 91; 3. Eastmoor Academy 85; 4. Brookhaven 62; 5. Franklin Heights 57; 6. Linden McKinley 49; 7. Grove City 42; 8. Bishop Hartley 29; 9. Marion Franklin 25; 10. Columbus East 21; 11. Meadowdale 18; 12. Jefferson 15; 13. Beechcroft 12.

Ind. Results: 3200MR: Eastmoor 8:56.44; 110 Hurdles: Hughes (Mead) 14.94; 100: McEwen (Brook) 11.57; 800MR: Brookhaven 1:33.64; 1600: Hailu (WY) 4:55.8; 400MR: Brookhaven 44.65; 400: Ward (Ind) 52.06; 300 Hurdles: Pace (Ind) 40.69; 800: Kiflu (WY) 2:04.07; 200: Backus (Brook) 22.55; 3200: Hailu (WY) 10:25.42; 1600MR: Independence 3:30.59; Shot Put; Davis (LM) 49-08; Discus: Walker (Ind) 118-05; Long Jump: Thomas (WY) 18-02; High Jump: Barber (Eastmoor) 6-00.

GIRLS

Team Results: 1. Eastmoor 127; 2. Grove City 113; 3. Franklin Heights 90; 4. Cols. Hartley 62; 5. Brookhaven 50; 6. Beechcroft 49; 7. Independence 31; 8. Whitehall Yearling 29; 9. Cols. East 12; 10. Marion Franklin 10; 11. Linden McKinley 8; 12. Horizon Science 7; 13. Jefferson 4.

Ind. Results: 3200MR: Grove City 12:01.64; 100 Hurdles: Dawkins (FH) 16.21; 100: Barnes (Eastmoor) 12.43; 800MR: Eastmoor 1:46.30; 1600: Franz (Hartley) 5:36.81; 400MR: Eastmoor 51.19; 400: Johnson (Ind) 1:02.29; 300 Hurdles: Dangerfield (FH) 49.15; 800: McGill (Brook) 2:38.62; 200: Greer (Hartley) 25.40; 3200: Winkler (GC) 13:19.26; 1600MR: Hartley 4:16.71; Shot Put: Braswell (Eastmoor) 33-03.50; Discus: Braswell (Eastmoor) 98-02; Long Jump: Carter (Eastmoor) 17-00; High Jump: Fearon (FH) 4-10.



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