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High School Sports results for Wednesday, Oct. 9


Boys Soccer

Urbana 5, Ben Logan 0

Goals: Neff-Strickland 4, Finch. Assists: Johnson 3, Burnside 2.

Tippecanoe 3, Kenton Ridge 1

Tipp goals: Selter 2, Kagy. Records: T 11-3-2.

Girls Soccer

Alter 4, CJ 0

1. Hagerty (Borton); 2. Ruffolo (Borton); 3. Grunder (Ruffolo); 4. Ricard (Borton). Records: A 11-5-0 (5-2); CJ 6-9-1 (2-5).

Northmont 2, Wayne 1

1. Hook (W) (Baker); 2. Trottier (N) (Weatherford); 3. Crosby (N) (Weatherford). Records: N 10-3-3 (4-1); W 7-5-4 (1-2-2).

Beavercreek 2, Centerville 1

1. Peacock (B); 2. Simpson (C); 3. Howard (B) (Doyle). Records: B 12-3-1; C 11-2-3.

Troy 1, Piqua 0

1. Sekito. Records: T 6-7-2, P 10-4-1.

Northwestern 4, Greenon 3

1. Kleis (NW); 2. Gibson (NW) (Crew); 3. Stacy (NW); 4. Gibson (NW) (Stacy); 5. Conaly (G); 6. Edwards (G); 7. Patterson (G) pk. Records: NW 12-1-3 (9-0-2); G 9-5-2 (7-2-2).

Fairmont 14, Springfield 0

1. Rouse (Ankney); 2. Fuson (Williams); 3. Rouse (Williams); 4. Luczka (Kunst); 5. Williams; 6. Rouse (Kosik); 7. Pacenta (Kosik); 8. McCaffery (Seubert); 9. Fuson (McCaffery); 10. Seubert (Luczka); 11. Pacenta (Williams); 12. Fuson (Renshaw); 13. Williams; 14. Kunst. Records: F 5-10-1.

Spg. Shawnee 3, Tecumseh 2

1. Garberich (S); 2. Seibert (T); 3. Johnson (S) (Bishop); 4. Tenorio (T); 5. Gregory (S) (Dover). Records: S 10-2-3; T 8-8-0.

Tippecanoe 3, Kenton Ridge 1

1. Blair (T); 2. Logan (T); 3. Clawson (T); 4. Foley (KR). Records: T 13-0-3 (9-0-2); KR 7-7-2 (6-4-1).

Volleyball

Miami East d. Lehman Catholic, 25-20 18-25 25-19 25-18. ME: S. Cash 8 kills 9 digs 11 assists, Morrett 10 kills 15 digs, Kiesewetter 22 digs. Records: ME 17-4.

Fairfield d. Winton Woods, 25-14, 25-10, 25-12. F: Lexi Thomas 4 aces, 7 kills, 18 assists; Burkhart 11 kills, 3 aces; Graber 4 aces. Records: F 13-7; WW 9-8.

Tippecanoe d. Stebbins, 25-9 25-10 25-10. T: Printz 8 kills, Jans 6 kills 2 blocks, Budding 17 assists, Crusey 6 aces, Seeman 5 aces 7 digs, Layman 10 digs. Records: T 8-14.

Alter d. Chaminade Julienne, 25-20 25-22 25-6. A: Beach 12 digs, Bazelak 13 kills, Seiler 4 blocks, Meyer 4 blocks, Rodehaver 31 assists 5 aces. Records: CJ 7-14, A 19-3 (12-0).

Northwestern d. Indian Lake, 25-20 25-15 25-20. N: Crooks 15 kills, Partlow 11 digs 6 kills, Rains 9 digs. Records: N 13-7.

STATE POLLS

DIVISION I — 1. Tol. St. Ursula 449; 2. Ursuline Academy 326; 3. Mt. Notre Dame 302; 4. Cols. St. Francis DeSales 214; 5. Mass. Jackson 204; 6. Amherst Steele 175; 7. Lebanon 113; 8. Cin. St. Ursula 110; 9. Strongsville 105; 10. Perrysburg 85. Other area teams: 13. Beavercreek 64.

DIVISION II — 1. Padua Franciscan 389; 2. Alter 258; 3. Norwalk 216; 4. Madison Comp. 215; 5. Lake Catholic 209; 6. Dover 189; 7. Cols. Hartley 160; 8. Kenton Ridge 114; 9. Beaumont School for Girls 100; 10. Bloom-Carroll 92.

DIVISION III — 1. Sparta Highland 312; 2. Canton Central Catholic 244; 3. Versailles 199; 4. Triway 198; 5. Upper Sandusky 145; 6. Coldwater 127, Huron 127; 8. Liberty-Benton 119; 9. Gilmour Academy 92; 10. Ridgewood 83. Other area teams: 13. Miami East 47.

DIVISION IV — 1. Marion Local 403; 2. McComb 352; 3. New Riegel 275; 4. Buckeye Central 212; 5. St. Henry 207; 6. St. Paul 157; 7. Leipsic 131; 8. Spg. Cath. Central 119; 9. Eastern Beaver 112; 10. Fort Loramie 82. Other area teams: 13. Lehman Catholic 41; 18. Jackson Center 22.


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