HIGH SCHOOL COUNTY ACTION
Area Football Scores: Friday, Oct. 7
Carroll 21, Hamilton 17
Franklin 51, Bellbrook 13
Greeneview 44, Northeastern 14
Wayne 59, Beavercreek 7
Trotwood-Madison 49, Fairborn 6
West Liberty-Salem 57, Cedarville 0
Xenia 34, Stebbins 24
Beavers remain state ranked
COLUMBUS — The Beavercreek boys soccer team dropped a couple spots in the Division I boys soccer state poll despite not losing. The Beavers are seventh with 44 points. They had been fifth the past few polls. Cleveland St. Ignatius is a unanimous no. 1 with 100 points. Carroll is back in the D II state poll after being mysteriously out of the top 10 last week. Carroll is ninth with 14 points. Columbus St. Francis DeSales is no. 1 with 100 points.
Carroll’s girls remain in the top 10 in the D-II poll, ranking sixth with 39 points. Cincinnati McNicholas is no. 1 with 100 points.
Beavers blank Westerville North
BEAVERCREEK — Ryan Bernt had two goals and Tyler Dayhoff and Jonah Ackerson had one each as Beavercreek improved to 12-1-1 with a 4-0 win over Westerville North, on Saturday, Oct. 8. Dominic Calabrese had a pair of assists, while Nicholas Togliatti had one. Beavercreek hosts Centerville on Tuesday, Oct. 11 with a Greater Western Ohio Conference division title at stake.
Beavercreek boys continue roll
BEAVERCREEK — The Beavercreek Beavers steamrolled the Cincinnati Elder Panthers, 4-1, in boys soccer action, Thursday Oct. 6. Dominic Calabrese had three goals, while Vince Young added a goal and two assists. Nicholas Togliatti and Joe Jennings each had assists. Beavercreek is 11-1-1 overall.
Beaver boys top area poll
BEAVERCREEK — The Beavers remained the area’s top-ranked Division I boys soccer team, according to the Miami Valley Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association. Beavercreek received 30 points, while no. 2 Centerville had 25.
Beavercreek is 6-0-1 in the Greater Western Ohio Conference National East Division, while Centerville is 5-0-2. The Beavers host the Elks, Tuesday, Oct. 11. A win or tie gives the Beavers their sixth-straight GWOC division title.
Xenia (6 points) was tied for seventh with Vandalia Butler, Clayton Northmont, and Huber Heights Wayne.
Carroll is no. 2 in the Division II boys poll, trailing no. 1 Kettering Alter (90 points) by nine points. Bellbrook (51) is fourth. The Yellow Springs boys are fourth in D III with 47 points. Dayton Christian, whom Yellow Springs will host on Thursday, Oct. 13, is no. 1 with 78 points.
The Beavercreek girls are no. 2 in the D I girls poll with 52 points. Springboro (59) is no. 1. Xenia (17) is ninth.
Carroll’s girls are no. 2 in D II with 35 points, just four behind no. 1 Alter. Bellbrook (21) is tied for fifth with Chaminade-Julienne.
BEAVERCREEK — The Beavers had an easy time with Wayne on the volleyball court Oct. 6, winning, 25-15, 25-9, 25-13. The Beavers are 13-7 overall.
Beavercreek girls win again
BEAVERCREEK — The Beavercreek girls soccer team posted its seventh straight shutout Oct. 5, beating Fairborn 8-0. The Beavers are 10-2-2 overall and 5-1-1 in the Greater Western Ohio Conference with games against Tipp City Tippecanoe Oct. 10 and at Centerville, Wednesday, Oct. 12 remaining.
Beavercreek is a half game behind Centerville in the National East Division. The Elks play Saturday, Oct. 8 at Troy before hosting the Beavers.
Carroll golfers make state
MIAMISBURG — The Carroll girls golf team finished second at the Division-II district golf tournament Oct. 5 at Pipestone Golf Course, qualifying for the state tournament. Versailles (366) won, while Carroll finished seven strokes behind. Brittney Blaschak shot 84, while Mackenzie Donaldson shot 92, Grace Mackey 99, Hannah Davis 98, and Haley Hentrich 102.
COLLEGE COUNTY ACTION
Swim team falls to Miami
FAIRBORN — The Wright State men’s and women’s swimming & diving teams hosted Miami on Oct. 8 as the WSU men fell 131-110 and the women lost 190-51.
The men were led by first-place finishes from P.J. Musser (200-meter freestyle), Bradford Johnson (50 free), Dominic Poletta (100 butterfly), Thomas Downey (500 free), Mitchell Godar (3-meter diving) and the 200 medley relay team. The women were paced by a first-place finish from Ashlyn Roberts (50 free).
The Raiders will next be in action on Saturday, Oct. 22, at Indiana University Purdue University-Indianapolis.
WSU Women Results: 200 Medley Relay — 2. Sofia Aledo, Nikki Borgerding, Emily Hayhow, Ashlyn Roberts, 1:48.50; 5. Shelby Tomasiak, Jamie Krupp, Abby Saner, Amanda Scola, 1:55.75.
Men’s soccer edges Oakland
OAKLAND, Mich. — A Peguy Ngatcha goal late in the first half proved to be the difference as the Wright State men’s soccer team picked up a 1-0 Horizon League win on Oct. 8, at Oakland.
Volleyball rallies for win
FAIRBORN — After dropping the first two sets, the Wright State volleyball team rallied from there, winning the final three sets to defeat Valparaiso in Horizon League action Oct. 8 at the C.J. McLin Gymnasium.
Women defeat Valparaiso
FAIRBORN — An Ellie Ganz free kick followed by a Paige Aguilera header set up the winning goal for Kelsey Sedlock as the Wright State women’s soccer team remained atop the Horizon League standings with a 2-1 victory over Valparaiso, Oct. 8 at Alumni Field.
Volleyball falls to Northern Kentucky
FAIRBORN — The Wright State women’s volleyball team dropped a three-set Horizon League decision to Northern Kentucky on Oct. 9 at the C.J. McLin Gymnasium.
Raiders tie for 7th at CSI
AURORA — The Wright State men’s golf team finished in a tie for seventh as the final round of the Cleveland State Invitational was played Oct. 4 at the Barrington Country Club.
Freshman Austin Schoonmaker tied for 12th with a three-round score of 214 to lead the way for the Raiders while senior Austin Sipe tied for 20th at 218. The Raiders wrap up the fall portion of their schedule Oct. 17-18 at the Dayton Flyer Invitational in Kettering.
Hockey holding alumni golf outing
BEAVERCREEK — The 2016-17 season marks the 20th anniversary of the Beavercreek varsity hockey program and in celebration, the program will hold the first Beavercreek Varsity Hockey Alumni Friends & Family Golf Scramble. It will be held Saturday, Oct. 22 at Locust Hills Golf Course in Springfield. Included with the $80 entry fee are 18 holes of golf, cart, driving range, box lunch, dinner, and the chance to participate in a silent auction, raffle, and some fun games and competitions on and off the course. Dinner without golf is $20.
Registration and use of the driving range starts 11:30 a.m. with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. Dinner and awards will be at approximately 6 p.m. highlighted by the introduction of the new Beavercreek varsity hockey head coach and former U.S. Air Force Academy NCAA Division I player, Brig. Gen. Greg Gutterman. Sign up to sponsor/and or golf at www.golfoutingpro.com/event/beavercreekhockey. For more information, contact tournament director Bill Daniels at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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