HS Roundup 9/20: McCarthy, Lahmon lead Oakwood at SWBL tournament

Tom McCarthy shot a 77 to help the Oakwood boys golf squad pick up a ten-stroke win in the Southwestern Buckeye League Tournament at Beechwood Golf Course on Thursday.

Sam Lahmon of Oakwood and Noah Lindsey of Waynesville were named players of the year.

Alex Grant joined Lahmon and McCarthy on the Southwestern Division All-League first team along with Parker Holt and Kyle Neff of Brookville and Alex Gomia of Monroe.

Lindsey was joined by Drake Stiles, Bryce Combow and Sam Warren in the Buckeye Division first team for Waynesville. Justin Brown of Milton-Union and A.J. Keeton of Carlisle also earned first team honors.

Boys Soccer

Alter 1, Indian Hill 0: Dominic Ruffolo booted in the lone goal to help Alter improve to 7-0-2.

Carroll 2, Springboro 1: Conner Osterholt and Luke Draper scored to help unbeaten Carroll win in rally fashion. Joe Ionescu had the lone goal for ‘Boro.

Monroe 1, Oakwood 0: Seth Wolfenbarger dropped in Monroe’s goal off an assist from Will Bruce. Keeper Cassidy Kelly notched the shutout.

West Liberty-Salem 7, Northeastern 0: Ian Wolfe tallied two goals with two assists to lead WLS and keepers Logan Saylor, Logan Campbell and Isaac Riblet split on the shutout.

Girls Soccer

Alter 6, Chaminade Julienne 0: Anna Sweeney netted three goals while keepers Stephanie Shewhart and Kassidy Roshong split on the shutout for Alter.

Anna 6, Botkins 0: Taylor Kauffman scored three goals, Breelyn Berner added two and Tanner Spangler one to help Anna move to 9-0-1.

Bellbrook 5, Brookville 0: Sydney Hollingsworth netted two goals and Hailee Adams added a goal and an assist to pace Bellbrook.

Coldwater 2, Jefferson 0: Mara Dues and Ava Giere each nabbed a goal for Coldwater and Alli May and Erin Schritz had an assist apiece.

Greeneview 3, Clinton-Massie 2: Hannah Ferrell put Greeneview on the board and assisted on another goal to Kayli Vipperman to help Greeneview move to 6-1-1.

Lehman Catholic 5, Wapakoneta 0: Grace Olding had two goals and Ava Behr and Grace Monnin added a goal and an assist apiece as Lehman notched a third consecutive shutout victory.

Twin Valley South 5, Stivers 1: Allison Bassler tallied two goals and Makiah Newport racked up three assists with a goal to pace TVS.

West Liberty-Salem 6, Northeastern 2: Gabby Hollar poured in three goals with an assist and Sophie Cole had a goal and an assist to lead WLS.

Girls Tennis

Alter 5, Chaminade Julienne 0: Grace Lampman, Emily Pojman and Ashley Vosler each picked up a singles win to help Alter clinch a tie of the GCLC.

Eaton 3, Preble Shawnee 2: Sophia, Grace and Tess Murphy swept the singles matches for Eaton. Preble Shawnee won both doubles matches.

Oakwood 5, Bellbrook 0: Lily McCloskey, Sarah Hall and Katie Ritschel swept the singles matches for Oakwood.

Tecumseh 5, Bellefontaine 0: Ashley Fite, Emilee Morris and Shelby Stacy each nabbed a singles win for Tecumseh.

Tippecanoe 3, Butler 2: Dakota Schroeder and Annie Livesay each had a singles win for Tipp. Xia Lin of Butler won in first singles.

Boys Golf

Lehman Catholic 191, New Knoxville 211: Cole Gilardi carded a 36 to lead Lehman. Ray Newton shot a 45 for NK.

Minster 164, Botkins 181: Nick Fischio of Botkins and Joseph Magoto of Minster split the medalist honors at 38.

St. Henry 158, Houston 204: Jack Romer finished two strokes under par at 32, a personal best, to lead St. Henry.

Girls Golf

Beavercreek 182, Greenville 201: Sarah O’Connor carried ‘Creek with a 36. Jada Garland led Greenville at 41.

St. Henry 182, Anna 212: Elizabeth Rockwell and Ellen Naumann each shot a 44 for St. Henry.

Cross County Conference Tournament: Fort Loramie edged National Trail by a single stroke. Makenna Jones of National Trail was the medalist and player of the year, finishing with an 89.

Girls Volleyball

Bellbrook 3, Brookville 0: Kira Merkle amassed 15 kills with four digs, Mara Neal tacked on 13 kills with six digs and Sara Rogers added 29 assists for Bellbrook.

Cedarville 3, Triad 0: Abigail Sheridan recorded 14 kills, six aces and eight digs to carry Cedarville. Elly Coe added 26 assists with nine digs and Olivia Willis had seven kills.

Eaton 3, Franklin 0: Shaylen Perry picked up nine kills with four blocks, Maley Tinstman added 12 assists and Carsyn Lammers tacked on 10 assists with four aces to pace Eaton.

Fort Recovery 3, Coldwater 1: Lauren Gilliland, Katie Alig and Alaina Steinke each had seven digs in a losing effort for Coldwater.

Kenton Ridge 3, Ben Logan 1: Lexee Trainer tallied 10 digs with 10 kills and 51 assists in leading KR. Brynn Williams added 16 kills with 16 digs and Mikala Morris 16 kills with three blocks.

Mechanicsburg 3, Greenon 0: Emma Dunham put up 17 kills with three blocks, Bella Link had 12 digs and Audrey Ayars added 27 assists for ‘Burg.

Russia 3, Fort Loramie 2: Ava Sholtis led Fort Loramie with 13 kills and 22 digs and Marissa Meiring put up 11 kills with 10 digs.

Tippecanoe 3, Trotwood 0: Rachel Wildermuth racked up eight kills, four digs and two blocks to pace Tipp. Abby Hughes added eight digs and Isabelle Crow 17 assists.

Twin Valley South 3, National Trail 1: Tristan Bowers finished with 13 kills with 11 digs and Angel Bowers had 17 assists and 11 digs for NT in a losing effort.

Urbana 3, Bellefontaine 0: Taylor Adams tallied 25 assists, passing 1,500 for her career, to pace Urbana. Maddy Johnson added 12 kills and Emily Skelley and Jennah Adams added eight digs apiece.

West Liberty-Salem 3, Southeastern 2: Alex Burton had 19 kills and 19 digs and Hallie Strapp added 23 digs with two aces to help WLS pull out a five-set win.

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