HS Roundup 8/22: Strong second half carries Centerville in win


The Centerville girls soccer team pulled away with six unanswered goals in the second half for an 8-2 win versus Miamisburg on Wednesday.

Chloe Spitler led the way with three goals and Alexis Hutchison added two more for Centerville. Sidney Kemp, Lauren Bastian and Grace Nation also had a goal apiece.

Girls Soccer

Anderson 5, Badin 4: Jada Pohlen, Macy Harper, Grace Harris and Sophie Blasi each had a goal but Badin’s rally fell short.

Beavercreek 3, Lebanon 0: Cecilia Scott, Cassie Rodriguez and Ella Bianco each tallied a score for ‘Creek.

Butler 1, Fairborn 0: Butler drove in a penalty kick with 6:25 to play to earn the victory.

Ross 1, Mariemont 1: Ross scored the equalizer with two minutes to play to salvage a tie.

Sidney 11, West Carrollton 0: Elaine Wiesenmayer netted 4 goals, tying a school record at 68 for her career.

Tippecanoe 5, Xenia 1: Jackie Bashore knocked in two goals to pace Tippecanoe.

Girls Tennis

Badin 5, Talawanda 0: Macy Sabourin, Josie Miller and Carly Fields each notched a singles win for Badin.

Franklin 3, Northridge 2: The doubles duos of Charlie Fuduloff/Breanna Adkins and Hayle Cornett/Destiny Glenn earned victories for Northridge but Franklin swept the singles matches for the win.

Middletown 5, Madison 0: Arianna Layne and Izzy Fonseca led the way for Middletown with 6-0, 6-0 singles victories.

Tecumseh 3, Springfield 2: Ashley Fite and Kayla Wright tallied singles wins for Tecumseh. Emily Hasecke won in second singles for Springfield.

Tippecanoe 3, Milton-Union 2: Dakota Schroeder won in second singles and Tippecanoe swept the doubles matches for the victory. Meredith Finch and Hannah Fugate had singles wins for MU.

Girls Golf

Alter 184, Fenwick 188: Natalie Bierlein shot a 44 to lead Alter. Fenwick’s Megan Utterdyke was the medalist with 41.

Ben Logan 201, Indian Lake 260: Mailiis Simovart picked up medalist honors at 42 and Sydney Wesson fired a 45 for Ben Logan.

National Trail 192, Miami East 199: Makenna Jones posted a 40 and Savanna Abner a 47 to lead National Trail.

Oakwood 201, Carroll 212: Lauren Hapgood recorded a 42 to lead Oakwood.

Spg. Shawnee 207, Jonathan Alder 224: Isabella DeMayo paced Shawnee with a 42.

St. Henry 196, Celina 229: Ellen Naumann led the field for St. Henry with a 39. Kendra Marsee paced Celina with a 49.

Talawanda 232, Taylor 237, Little Miami 247: Grace Clausen earned medalist honors along with sinking the second birdie in school history for Talawanda.

Boys Golf

Carroll 165, Springfield 182: Tyler Goecke finished with a 36 for Carroll. Josh VanderHeide carded a 38 for Springfield.

Coldwater 202, Delphos SJ’s 223: Lexi Wright recorded a 48 and Sarah Diller a 49 to carry Coldwater. Paige Gaynier had a 50 for DSJ.

Kenton Ridge 170, Tecumseh 190: Drew Sarihan scored a 42 and Pierce Grimpe 46 in a losing effort for Tecumseh.

Madison Plains 173, Cedarville 180, Greeneview 181, Southeastern 232: Clay Grear of Madison Plains led the field with a 38. Greeneview’s Eli Beekman shot a 39 and Cedarville’s Adamn Wood had a 42.

Northmont 180, Brookville 186: David Richards carded a 42, Brady Hobert added 44 and Justus Thomas shot a career-best 46 for Northmont.

Urbana 193, Ben Logan 195: Ethan Ricketts and Garrett Allen each had a 44 for Ben Logan in a losing effort.

Girls Volleyball

Cedarville 3, Emmanuel Christian 1: Abigail Sheridan paced Cedarville with 18 kills and 12 digs, Elly Coe tacked on 30 assists and Eva Sheridan had 5 aces.

Fairmont 3, Carroll 0: Emmaline Meyer poured in 25 digs with 5 kills and Maddie Reents had 16 assists to lead Fairmont.

Urbana 3, Triad 1: Taylor Adams secured 30 assists with 4 aces, Maddy Johnson had 8 kills with 4 aces and Mackenzie Bean tallied 11 kills for Urbana.

Girls Field Hockey

Fairmont 0, St. Ursula 0: Rayne Liddy tallied four saves and Hana Tinch added a strong defensive performance for Fairmont.



Reader Comments ...


Next Up in Sports

HS Roundup 9/19: Miami East girls golf team has record day

Two school records were set for the Miami East girls golf team in a 183-237 win versus Tri-Village on Wednesday. Paige Lawson posted a 38 to lead the way, setting a new individual low for East. Kearsten Kirby added a 44, Maci Krites a 48 and Marissa Kearns a 53. The 183 team score also marked a school record. Boys Soccer Bellefontaine 7, Indian Lake...
HS Results 9/19: Bellefontaine, Ben Logan, Northwestern win by shutout

Boys Soccer Wednesday’s Results Bellefontaine 7, Indian Lake 0 Benjamin Logan 1, Shawnee 0 Northwestern 1, Tecumseh 0 Urbana 2, Jonathan Alder 1 Tuesday’s Results Alter 0, Fenwick 0 Beavercreek 4, Northmont 0 Bellbrook 1, Eaton 1 Butler 8, Greenville 1 Centerville 2, Springboro 0 Colerain 1, Oak Hills 1 Dayton Christian 5, Bethel 1 Fairfield...
Cincinnati Bengals off to strong start, but injuries piling up
Cincinnati Bengals off to strong start, but injuries piling up

The Cincinnati Bengals are off to about as good of a start as they could hope for in terms of the results, but the same cannot be said for the health of the team. Cincinnati (2-0) travels to face the Carolina Panthers (1-1) on Sunday and will be using some backups at key positions in an offense that has been rolling through the first two games. »...
Week 4 area high school football passing leaders
Week 4 area high school football passing leaders

The following are area high school football passing leaders through Week 4. Southwest Ohio Conference: Connor Kinnett, jr., Harrison, 57 of 100 passing (57.0 percent), 1,040 yards, 10 TDs, 1 INT. Midwest Athletic Conference: Jake Hemmelgarn, jr., Coldwater, 77 of 102 passing (75.5 percent), 990 yards, 14 TDs, 4 INTs. Central Buckeye Conference: Chris...
Ryan Day to receive hefty one-time payment for serving as interim Ohio State football coach
Ryan Day to receive hefty one-time payment for serving as interim Ohio State football coach

How much is navigating a top five team through preseason and to a 3-0 start worth?  Nearly half a million dollars.  According to a letter released by the university Wednesday, Ohio State offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Ryan Day will be paid $487,000 for serving as interim head coach in Urban Meyer’s absence.  »...
More Stories