High school sports results for Tuesday, August 12


Girls Tennis

Tuesday’s Results

Milton-Union 4, Tecumseh 1

1. Culbertson (T) d. Falb, 6-0, 6-0; 2. C. Fetters (MU) d. Mulkey, 6-1, 6-3; 3. MU by default; 1. L. Fetters/Wombold (MU) d. Foland/Burnett-Wheeler, 6-1, 6-0; 2. MU by default. Records: MU 1-0; T 0-1.

Miamisburg 5, Springfield 0

1. Sickinger d. McClean, 6-0, 6-0; 2. Hindenlang d. Bennett, 6-0, 6-0; 3. Strickland d. Connolly, 6-0, 6-0; 1. Cox/Hohenbrink d. Dillion/Parker, 6-1, 6-0; 2, Grib/Raj d. Keaton/Ferryman, 6-0, 6-0. Records: M 1-0; S 0-1.

Boys Golf

Tuesday’s Results

Spg. Catholic Central 161, Kenton Ridge 198

Top 6: Juergens (SCC) 38, Jacobs (SCC) 39, Foley (SCC) 41, Woeber (SCC) 43, Collins (SCC) 44, Wyckoff (KR) 48.

Champaign County Tournament

At Woodland G.C.

Team Results—1. WL-Salem 320; 2. Mechanicsburg 364; 3. Urbana 380; 4. Graham 384; 5. Triad 438.

Top 5: Sims (WLS) 71, McBean (WLS) 81, Stillings (WLS) 82, Cushman (M) 83, Westfall (M) 83.

Russ Hogue Tourney

At Cherokee Hills

Team Results—1. Spg. Shawnee 313; 2. Bellefontaine 318; 3. Ben Logan 327; 4. Sidney 364; 5. Northwestern 369; 6. Tecumseh 372; 7. Riverside 405; 8. Indian Lake 413.

Top 4: Tincher (SS) 75, Ricketts (BL) 75, Engle (SS) 75, Langfield (Bell) 75.

Miamisburg Invitational

At Pipestone

Team Results—1. Troy 307; 2. Eaton 313; 3. Valley View 318; 4. Lakota East 322; 5. Tippecanoe 325; 6. Miamisburg Blue 327; 7. Brookville 328; 8. Madison 345; 9. Miamisburg White 372; 10. Greenville 373; 11. Carlisle 393; 12. Springfield 398; 13. Carroll 428; 14. Dunbar 429; 15. Stivers.

Top 8: C. Willis (Eat) 74, Cascaden (Troy) 75, Bruns (VV) 75, Wilson (Tipp) 75, Baker (Mia) 76, Kasler (Troy) 76, Ferguson (Eat) 76, Moore (Troy) 76.

Girls Golf

Monday’s Late Results

Tippecanoe 170, Spg. Shawnee 188

At Cassel Hills

Top 5: Merrick (T) 40, Brownlee (T) 41, Brooks (S) 41, Berry (S) 43, Rowland (T) 44.

Tuesday’s Results

Champaign County Tournament

At Woodland G.C., Front 9

Team Results—1. Mechanicsburg 223; 2. Urbana 234; 3. Triad 272; 4. Graham 277.

Top 5: Payne (M) 50, Detrick (T) 51, Morgan (G) 51, Pack (M) 53, Buckalew (U) 54.

Other Scores

Carroll 205, Spg. Catholic Central 211, Kenton Ridge 198


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