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High school sports results for Saturday, Oct. 26


Boys Soccer

District Finals

DIVISION I

Beavercreek 2, Centerville 1, OT

1. Seebacher (C); 2. Lyle (B) (Williams); 3. Lyle (B) (A. Mogga). B 16-1-3, C 12-4-3.

Other Scores

Lakota West 2, St. Xavier 1

Mason 5, Walnut Hills 0

Turpin 4, Tecumseh 0

DIVISION II

Fenwick 2, McNicholas 0

1. Andrews (Ihle); 2. Ihle. Records: F 16-0-3.

Indian Hill 2, Carroll 1

1. Robinette (IH); 2. Kuy (IH); 3. Austria (Ca) (Staigl). Records: IH 13-5-2; C 13-3-4.

Other Scores

Bellbrook 3, Tippecanoe 0

DIVISION III

Cin. Country Day 2, Franklin Monroe 1

Seven Hills 3, Yellow Springs 2

Spg. Cath. Central 1, Mariemont 0 (4-1 pk)

Summit Country Day 3, Greeneview 0

Volleyball

District Finals

DIVISION I

At Vandalia Butler

Cin. St. Ursula d. Beavercreek, 25-23, 25-15, 25-7.

Cin. Ursuline d. Springboro, 25-12, 25-8, 25-9.

At Lakota East

Mount Notre Dame d. Centerville, 25-13, 25-11, 25-6

Lakota East d. Lakota West, 21-25, 25-23, 25-16, 25-22

DIVISION II

At Fairmont

McNicholas d. Bellbrook, 20-25, 25-12, 25-17, 25-13

Wyoming def. Kenton Ridge, 21-25, 25-15,23-25, 25-22,15-9. KR: Brown 17 kills, 10 digs; Batten 11 kills, 5 blocks; White 9 kills, 10 digs; Littell 8 kills, 20 digs; Kirk 48 assists; Mounts 7 kills, 8 digs.

Alter d. Urbana, 25-12, 25-17, 25-16. Urb: Poppel 12 kills; Henry 12 kills, 8 assists; Hendricks 5 kills, 13 digs; Moore 7 digs; Hilderbran 11 assists. A: Rodehaver 36 assists, 6 digs; Bazelak 13 kills; Seiler 4 blocks, 2 aces; Meyer 4 blocks; Beach 2 aces. Records: A 22-3, U 19-7.

DIVISION III

At Tippecanoe

Fenwick d. Mariemont, 25-11, 25-9, 25-20.

Versailles d. Roger Bacon, 25-10, 25-10, 25-15.

Miami East d. Badin, 25-13, 25-11, 25-7.

DIVISION IV

At Troy

Jackson Center d. Russia, 25-21, 25-17, 19-25, 25-10

Fort Loramie d. Fayetteville, 25-6, 25-13, 25-18

Lehman Catholic d. Catholic Central, 19-25 16-25 25-15 25-16 15-10. CC: Duncan 20 kills 15 digs, Lohnes 7 kills 9 blocks 9 digs, Hoendorf 28 assists 5 kills 5 blocks 8 digs. Records: CC 23-2.

Boys Cross Country

Saturday’s Regional Championships

At Troy

DIVISION I

Team State Qualifiers: 1. St Xavier 38; 2. Mason 61; 3. Centerville 110; 4. Beavercreek 175.

Individual State Qualifiers: 7. Call (Lakota East) 15:52.5; 8. Brumfield (Vandalia) 15:54.97; 9. Schille (Oak Hills) 15:55.14; 10. Mackay (Northmont) 15:56.05; 12. Jones (Troy) 16:01.78; 13. Nosker (Troy) 16:03.59; 14. Lake (Kings) 16:04.2.

DIVISION II

Team State Qualifiers: 1. Tippecanoe 88; 2. Spg. Shawnee 98; 3. Carroll 110; 4. Wyoming 122.

Individual State Qualifiers: 4. Kellogg (Bexley) 16:25.31; 6. K. Bussard (Valley View) 16:27.16; 7. Brack (Northwestern) 16:33.89; 9. Gardner (Liberty Union) 16:34.88; 10. Newport (Eaton) 16:35.33; 11. Otterstedt (Granville) 16:36.76; 12. Ebersole (Highland) 16:37.36; 13. Lane (Oakwood) 16:40.62; 14. Williamson (Brookville) 16:40.74; 15. Weaver (Granville) 16:40.84.

DIVISION III

Team State Qualifiers: 1. Summit Country Day 66; 2. Anna 95; 3. Russia 115; 4. WL-Salem 148.

Individual State Qualifiers: 2. Bragg (Dayton Christian) 16:22.74; 3. Fuller (Lehman Catholic) 16:27.99; 5. Garver (Troy Christian) 16:36.82; 6. Bowen (Cedarville) 16:41.23; 7. Bean (Purcell Marian) 16:43.26; 9. Jester (Houston) 16:44.94; 10. Ware (Versailles) 16:46.11; 11. Jordan (Mariemont) 16:46.96; 12. Petry (Deer Park) 16:48.98; 14. Flora (Botkins) 16:57.67.

Girls Cross Country

Saturday’s Regional Championships

At Troy

DIVISION I

Team State Qualifiers: 1. Centerville 91; 2. Ursuline Academy 102; 3. Mason 112; 4. Beavercreek 116.

Individual State Qualifiers: 3. Hatch (Mercy) 18:08.59; 6. Crow (Lebanon) 18:31.13; 7. VanFossen (Lakota East) 18:42.79; 8. Bryant (Vandalia) 18:42.82; 9. Townsley (Miamisburg) 18:43.11; 10. Schildmeyer (Anderson) 18:43.43; 11. Myers (Princeton) 18:43.8; 12. Parker (Bellbrook) 18:48.37; 13. Connaughton (Walnut Hills) 18:49.17; 16. Fletcher (Springboro) 18:53.17.

DIVISION II

Team State Qualifiers: 1. Tippecanoe 67; 2. Oakwood 80; 3. Granville 87; 4. Alter 100.

Individual State Qualifiers: 3. Campbell (River Valley) 18:28.56; 4. Taylor (London) 18:46.79; 5. Marie (Eaton) 18:56.52; 8. McKinney (Eaton) 19:23.55; 11. Masqualier (Greenon) 19:24.77; 12. Butterbaugh (Amanda-Clearcreek) 19:25.19; 13. Franz (Hartley) 19:26.52; 15. Radcliff (River Valley) 19:33.15; 16. Craighead (CJ) 19:33.42.

DIVISION III

Team State Qualifiers: 1. Russia 89; 2. Summit Country Day 94; 3. Fort Loramie 134; 4. Versailles 147.

Individual State Qualifiers: 3. Shell (Covington) 19:36.5; 7. Flora (Botkins) 19:48.14; 8. Belovich (Spg. Cath. Central) 19:48.18; 9. Heitmeyer (Lehman Catholic) 19:54.13; 11. Strickland (WL-Salem) 20:02.52; 12. Zimmerman (Lehman Catholic) 20:03.84; 13. Dunn (Covington) 20:04.27; 14. Sweeney (Xenia Christian) 20:04.49; 15. Ewing (Miami East) 20:12.88; 16. Saxton (Mariemont) 20:13.68.


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