HS Roundup 9/11: Morton leads Northmont in win


Brandon Morton poured in four goals to lead Northmont in a 7-0 win versus visiting Springfield in boys soccer action on Tuesday.

Morton, a co-captain, netted his first goal in the first minute of play.

Eric Corbett, Sam Henne and Justin Menker added a goal apiece for Northmont.

Boys Soccer

Alter 2, Badin 0: Kofi Darkwa put Alter on the scoreboard and Dominic Ruffolo added an insurance goal for Alter.

Bethel 4, Tri-County North 0: Nick Schmidt drove in a pair of goals, Mavlud Pazilov had a goal and assist and keeper Nolan Flomerfelt recorded his third shutout for Bethel.

Carroll 5, McNicholas 0: Conner Osterholt scored two goals with an assist to help Carroll improve to 7-0.

Dixie 2, Carlisle 1: Corbin Potter netted one goal and Cooper Gentry knocked in the go-ahead score for Dixie.

Temple Christian 5, New Knoxville 5: Joseph Baende and Chris Cover had two goals apiece for New Knoxville. Brody Bowman scored four goals to pace Temple.

West Liberty-Salem 5, Miami East 2: Ian Wolfe and Jacob VanHorn led WLS with two goals apiece and Ethan Cole added the final score.

Girls Soccer

Bethel 3, Tri-County North 0: Darani Wenrick, Ellie Daniel and Brooke Reece each had a goal and keeper Hannah Marzolf recorded the shutout for Bethel.

Lehman Catholic 3, Milton-Union 1: Grace Monnin, Ava Behr and Lindsey Magoteaux each scored a goal for Lehman.

Monroe 0, Bellbrook 0: Cassidy Kelly notched the shutout for Monroe.

Girls Tennis

Lehman Catholic 4, Celina 1: Claire Larger, Sarah Gibson and Angela Brunner each picked up a singles victory for Lehman.

Miamisburg 5, Wayne 0: ‘Burg won a fourth straight victory overall, dropping just a single game in the win over Wayne.

Northridge 4, Madison 0: Charlie Fuduloff filled in at third singles to help Northridge win its second match of the week.

Oakwood 5, Franklin 0: Lily McClosky, Sarah Hall and Katie Ritschel swept the singles matches for Oakwood, which improved to 8-0.

Tecumseh 4, Spg. Shawnee 1: Ashley Fite, Emilee Morris and Shelby Stacy swept the singles matches for Tecumseh.

Tippecanoe 5, Piqua 0: Amelia Zweizig and Mira Patel each had 6-0, 6-0 singles victories to pace Tippecanoe.

Valley View 4, Brookville 1: Lilly Holbrook and Kayla Weaver picked up singles wins for Valley View. Emma Burton won in second singles for Brookville.

Boys Golf

Bellbrook 172, Carlisle 193: Benton Miller finished with a 40 and Zach Crampton a 41 for Bellbrook. A.J. Keeton had a 43 for Carlisle.

Cedarville 185, Madison Plains 185: Adam Wood was the medalist with a 37 for Cedarville, which won on a fifth-man tiebreak.

Fairfield 159, Kings 167: Chandler Kellum, Logan Murphy and Jack Parnell each carded a 38 for Fairfield.

Fort Loramie 169, Botkins 205: Zach Pleiman led the way for Loramie with a 39. Alex Bajwa paced Botkins with a 47.

Greeneview 166, Madison Plains 169: Mason Witt posted a 37 and Eli Beekman a 40 for Greeneview.

Minster 167, LCC 188: Grant Koenig led the field with a 41 for Minster.

Newton 164, Covington 204: Chet Jamison shot a 37 for Newton. Grant Humphrey and Jack Shell each had a 48 for Covington.

North Union 180, Ben Logan 186: Ethan Ricketts and Garrett Allen each had a 45 for Ben Logan in a losing effort.

Talawanda 169, Little Miami 181: Trey Hubbard led the field with a 39 to help Talawanda improve to 9-0.

Triad 191, Mechanicsburg 207: Coy Knotts tallied a 46 for Triad. Jack Shoemaker led ‘Burg with a 41.

Troy 160, Tri-County North 174, Greenville 192: Holden Scribner posted the low score of 33 for Troy and Ryan Dowling added a 40.

Girls Golf

Miami East 198, Bethel 240, Covington 256: Paige Lawson paced Miami East with a 42 and Kearsten Kirby added a 49.

Piqua 194, Butler 216: Jada Garland of Greenville and Hailee Perry and Breanne Kroecker of Butler tied for medalist honors.

Girls Volleyball

Anna 3, Fort Loramie 2: Anna rallied to win the final two sets in a close match. Emily Austin had 25 digs and Maya Maurer 24 assists for Fort Loramie.

Dixie 3, Carlisle 1: Samantha Shell had 13 kills with 17 digs and Madison Simon tacked on 16 assists.

Eaton 3, Preble Shawnee 0: Maley Tinstman tallied 11 assists with three aces and Annika Gels added 11 digs for Eaton.

Franklin Monroe 3, National Trail 0: Tristan Bowers recorded seven kills with five assists and Angel Bowers added 11 digs in a losing effort for Trail.

Mechanicsburg 3, Cedarville 0: Emma Dunham had 17 kills with eight blocks and Mallory Blakeman added 12 digs for ‘Burg.

Minster 3, St. Marys 0: Brooke and Kaitlyn Wolf led Minster with 18 assists apiece.

Urbana 3, Indian Lake 1: Emily Skelley had 18 kills, 16 digs and two aces to pace Urbana. Taylor Adams tacked on 46 assists and 17 digs.

West Liberty-Salem 3, Catholic Central 0: Alex Burton led WLS with 10 kills, 15 digs and one ace while Breann Koons added 11 digs with 27 assists.



Reader Comments ...


Next Up in Sports

Love giving Wright State strong play inside

As Loudon Love was finishing his post-game interview after a 14-point, 12-rebound effort against Toledo, coach Scott Nagy walked by him in the media room and, without looking up, said loud enough for his center to hear: “Fourteen and 12. I’ll take that every time.” That’s the kind of output the Raiders can usually expect from...
Wright State vs. North Florida: What to know about Saturday’s game
Wright State vs. North Florida: What to know about Saturday’s game

Who: North Florida (1-2) at Wright State (2-1) When: 3 p.m. Saturday TV: ESPN3 Radio: 106.5-FM Series: Tied 1-1 Coaches: Scott Nagy is 47-23 in his third year at Wright State and 457-263 in 24 years overall. Matthew Driscoll is 148-152 in his 10th year at North Florida. Probable Wright State starters Mark Hughes, 6-4, Sr., G, 8.7 Cole Gentry, 5-10...
Girls Soccer: Two area players named to All-Ohio team
Girls Soccer: Two area players named to All-Ohio team

Two local high school girls soccer players have been recognized among Ohio’s best this season. West Liberty-Salem High School senior Gabby Hollar was named the Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association Division III player of the year. “I was very shocked,” Hollar said. “It was a big surprise for me.” Shawnee High School...
Ohio State football: Buckeyes wary of Terrapins talent
Ohio State football: Buckeyes wary of Terrapins talent

Urban Meyer began the week claiming Maryland was too talented to overlook with Michigan next on the horizon. The coach of the ninth-ranked Scarlet and Gray said his players would see that when they flipped on the film. Time will tell if that is true, but given the the Terrapins’ 5-5 record, it was hard to view that statement as much more than...
Ohio State at Maryland: What you need to know about Saturday’s game
Ohio State at Maryland: What you need to know about Saturday’s game

Who: No. 9 Ohio State (9-1, 6-1 Big Ten) at Maryland (5-5, 3-4) When: 12 p.m., Saturday Where: Maryland Stadium, College Park, Md. TV/Radio: ABC/1410 Series history: Ohio State leads 4-0. Last game: Ohio State won 62-14 last season in Columbus. The Buckeyes have scored 62 points in back to back games against the Terrapins, and Ohio State has won all...
More Stories