Local Sports Briefs


HIGH SCHOOL

Relay results

GREENE COUNTY — Here are the results of howteams fared at the Centerville Elk Relays – in track and field meets over the weekend of April 15. The list below includes competitor’s top-5 finish, name, school and time/distance.

Boys Team Results: 1. Huber Heights Wayne 100.36; 2. Mason 88.49; 3. Centerville 85.99; 4. Lancaster 72.97; 5. Pickerington North 60.99; 6. Kings Mills Kings 54.99; 7. Hilliard Darby 49.03; 8. Beavercreek 43.02; 9. West Chester Lakota West 35.98; 10. Granville 33.01; 11. Carroll 20.49; 12. Cincinnati St. Xavier 20.01; 13. Cincinnati Princeton 20; 14. Germantown Valley View 5.99; 15. Fairborn 4; 16. Wayne B 2.66; 17.(tie) Centerville B, Kettering Alter 2.

Top-5 Event Performances: 2,000-meter Steeplechase — 1. Ben Ewert, Beavercreek 6:11.50; 3,200 Relay — 4. Beavercreek A 8:16.27; Discus — 4. Sam Sherwood, Fairborn 141-1; Long Jump — 3. Matthew Riekens, Beavercreek 21-0.5; High Jump — 2. Sean Pauley, Carroll 6-1;

Girls Team Results: 1. Gahanna Lincoln 105.01; 2. Centerville 101.49; 3. Mason 98.01; 4. Wayne 67.49; 5. Kings 50.99; 6. Granville 49.01; 7. Pickerington North 47.03; 8. Lancaster 47.01; 9. Lakota West 47; 10. Cincinnati Seton 22.98; 11. Beavercreek 19; 12. Centerville B 17.02; 13. Carroll 9.51; 14. Valley View 8.51; 15. Alter 6; 16. Wayne B 3; 17. Fairborn 2.01; 18. Princeton 1;

Top-5 Event Performances: 4,000 Distance Medley Relay — 4. Beavercreek A 12:44.91; 3,200 Relay — 4. Beavercreek 9:39.40; Pole Vault — 3.(tie with three others) Makensie Wasson, Beavercreek 9 feet, 9 inches.

OTHER SPORTS

Top-5 series scores at Beaver-Vu

BEAVERCREEK — On April 11 Beaver-Vu Lanes in Beavercreek announced the Top-5 Series scores.

Men: 1. Neil Kassel – 794; 2. Jason Zeckser – 773; 3. Ryan Schiewetz – 772; 4. Doug Moss – 730; 5. Ron Frederick – 725. Women: 1. Jackie Hobbs – 681; 2. Emily Figer – 666; 3. Laura Mitchell – 648; 4. Toni Ennis – 639; 5. Shekira Kanemoto – 638. Youth: 1. Cole Meredith – 669; 2. Hunter Baughman – 557; 3. Emily Florkey – 532; 4. Sam Kahn – 529; 5. Jenna Morgan – 515.

Summer basketball camp

BEAVERCREEK — The 16th Amanda (Reese) Crockett and Ed Zink Beavercreek Fundamental Girls Basketball Camp will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 6-9 at Beavercreek High School. Cost is $100 per camper with a $10 discount for additional campers from the same family. Anyone who registers by May 20 can register for $90.

Camp will be administered and taught by Beavercreek’s all-time scoring leader Amanda (Reese) Crockett, and current Beavers coach and three-time coach of the year Ed Zink, along with current and former basketball players.

Contact Ed Zink, Beavercreek High School, 2660 Dayton-Xenia Road, Beavercreek, OH. 45444-6399, 937-657-1515 or by email Edward.Zink@gmail.com.

Rotary Club outing

BEAVERCREEK — The Rotary Club of Beavercreek will host the 34th Annual Beavercreek Rotary Club Memorial Golf Outing Friday, May 20 at the City of Beavercreek Golf Club.

The four-team scramble format will provide prizes for skills competitions throughout the day. Check in begins at 11 a.m. with a shotgun start slated for 12:30 p.m. The awards ceremony will follow the scramble at 5 p.m. on the patio overlooking the course. Cost for the scramble is $100 per person; $400 per foursome. The fee includes greens fee, cart, lunch, and refreshments. Registration is currently open. In addition, there are several opportunities for organizations to sponsor the event, including. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Beavercreek Schools’ Multi-handicapped classrooms, Wright State University scholarships, STEM fellowships and Owen’s Place.

COLLEGE

Sexton Named Horizon League Pitcher of the Week

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Junior lefthander Robby Sexton of the Wright State baseball team has been selected as the Horizon League Pitcher of the Week for the week ending April 17, it was announced Monday by the league office.

Sexton (Pataskala Watkins Memorial) gave up one hit in a seven-inning start on Tuesday as the Raiders defeated Cincinnati 6-1 in the opening game of the Joe Nuxhall Classic in Oxford. He retired the first 17 batters he faced before giving up a walk in the sixth. The Bearcats then had a bunt single in the seventh for their only hit of the game.

Sexton, who struck out six in that outing against Cincinnati, has 24 on the season in 36.1 innings of work. He is 3-2 with a league-leading 1.98 earned run average.

Wright State (24-11, 8-3 Horizon) hosts Bowling Green at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 19 at Nischwitz Stadium before hitting the road for a pair of Horizon League doubleheaders over the weekend, taking on Youngstown State at 1 p.m. on Friday, April 22, and Northern Kentucky at noon on Sunday, April 24.

Compiled by John Bombatch. Please send your sports information to: sports@xeniagazette.com, or to: jbombatch@civitasmedia.com.

Compiled by John Bombatch. Please send your sports information to: sports@xeniagazette.com, or to: jbombatch@civitasmedia.com.