HS Roundup 9/27: Dickison passes Milton-Union scoring mark in victory


Kristen Dickison poured in all five of the Milton-Union girls soccer team’s goals in a record-setting 5-0 victory versus Dayton Christian on Thursday.

Dickison also became the all-time leading scorer for Milton-Union, surpassing Danielle McFarland’s mark of 83 career goals.

Morgan Grudich, Hallie Berberich, Aubrey Hergenrather and Annie Bennett each had an assist for MU, which improved to 9-3-1.

Girls Soccer

Greeneview 7, Madison Plains 0: Kayli Vipperman and Josie Faris each tallied two scores and Hannah Ferrell added a goal with two assists to lead Greeneview.

LCC 5, Coldwater 1: Steffi Hoying had the lone goal for Coldwater in the second half.

Twin Valley South 2, Newton 2: Allison Bassler and Maycie Davidson each scored off a Makiah Newport assist in the tie for TVS.

West Liberty-Salem 2, Fairbanks 1: Gabby Hollar netted both of West Liberty-Salem’s goals and keeper Rachel McGill tallied five saves.

Boys Soccer

Alter 2, Tippecanoe 1: Jake Hains scored off a Joel Bockelman assist and Dom Ruffolo added the second goal from Kofi Darkwa to pace Alter. Andrew Baileys scored the lone goal for Tipp.

Carroll 3, Fairmont 0: Erick Vazquez, Conner Osterholt and Ben Del Cid pushed across the goals for unbeaten Carroll.

New Knoxville 3, Lincolnview 1: Patrick Covert punched in two scores and Joseph Baende netted the third for New Knoxville.

Temple Christian 5, Spencerville 1: Brody Bowman recorded three goals and keeper Cody Motter had six saves for TC.

West Liberty-Salem 3, Fairbanks 1: Ian Wolfe scored twice, Jacob VanHorn added a goal and Caleb Siegenthaler an assist to lead unbeaten WLS.

Boys Golf

Division II sectional at Reid Park: Andy Milligan and Chase Poole each shot 78 to help Graham win and advance to district play. Anna, Waynesville and Ben Logan also qualified. Medalist Mason Witt qualified individually for Greeneview, along with runner-up William McDavid of Urbana, Ivan Mardovin of Northwestern and Dylan Schetter of Greenon.

Division III sectional at Colonial: The Spencerville, Minster and St. Henry teams each advanced to district play. Minster was led by Joseph Magoto and Grant Koenig at 78 and Rylee Deitsch paced St. Henry with a 79. Delphos SJ’s Adam Gerker, who finished as runner-up at 76, and Parkway’s Mason Baxter also qualified individually.

Bellbrook 166, Alter 178: Gabe Hine finished first at 39 and Zach Crampton second with 40 for Bellbrook. John Lunney led Alter at 41.

Girls Golf

Division II sectional at Hamilton Elks: Megan Utterdyke’s runner-up finish at 86 helped Fenwick qualify for the district tournament. Gabby Woods of Clinton-Massie advanced individually, shooting an 80 to earn medalist honors.

Lebanon 182, Little Miami 236: Savannah Rutherford led the field with a 43 and Maddie Owens tacked on a 44 to lead Lebanon.

Oakwood 189, Centerville 191: Lauren Hapgood was the match medalist with a 43 for Oakwood.

Girls Tennis

SWBL Buckeye Division Championship: Preble Shawnee edged out Milton-Union for the title. Allison Zornes took the first singles final and PS swept the doubles matches. Taylor Falb and Hannah Fugate each had a singles finals victory for MU.

Girls Volleyball

Bellbrook 3, Springboro 2: Sara Rogers had 42 assists, Kira Merkle 19 kills and Mara Neal 13 kills with 17 digs as Bellbrook rallied from a two-set deficit.

CHCA 3, Cin. Christian 0: Rylee McWhinnie, Jacquie Michel and Caila Nagel each had three digs in a losing effort for CC.

Coldwater 3, New Knoxville 2: Taylor Doty’s 28 digs with 18 kills and Carly Fledderjohann’s 45 assists were not enough to stop a Coldwater rally. Lauren Gilliland led the way for Coldwater with 29 kills and 24 digs and Annalise Harlamert tacked on 65 assists.

Graham 3, Urbana 0: Mackenzie Bean put up 10 kills with nine digs, Taylor Adams added 30 assists and Emily Skelley six kills and five aces for Urbana in a losing effort.

Jackson Center 3, Fort Loramie 0: Marissa Meiring recorded 10 kills with 12 digs in the loss for Fort Loramie.

National Trail 3, Dunbar 0: Jaidyn Tout tallied 10 kills and Tristan Bowers added six kills with 12 assists and four aces.

Tecumseh 3, Springfield Shawnee 1: Tecumseh took the final two sets to pull away for the road victory.

Tippecanoe 3, Sidney 0: Rachel Wildermuth tallied 11 kills, four blocks and three aces to lead the way for Tipp. Abby Hughes added 18 digs and Isabella Crow 35 assists.

West Liberty-Salem 3, Triad 0: Kaylee Harrison had 11 kills with eight digs, Gabby Williams added 11 digs with two aces and Breann Koons tacked on 32 assists and nine digs for WLS.



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