Beavercreek wins on the road
HILLIARD — Marcella Cash scored three goals to lead Beavercreek to a 4-1 win at Hilliard Darby Aug. 26. Diana Benigno had the other goal for the Beavers, who visit Miamisburg Wednesday, Aug. 30.
Beavercreek boys tie
BEAVERCREEK — Evan Williams and Ryan Bernt scored goals for Beavercreek as the Beavers tied Cincinnati Sycamore, 2-2, Aug. 26. Dominic Calabrese and Jacob Westerkamp had assists for Beavercreek.
The Beavers are 1-0-1 and are scheduled to visit Kettering Fairmont at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 31.
Cash is money in Beavercreek win
BEAVERCREEK — Sophomore Marcella Cash scored twice as Beavercreek beat visiting Lebanon, 2-1, in the season opener Aug. 24.
It was Beavercreek’s first win over Lebanon since 2013. The teams tied once in that span. The Beavers play Saturday, Aug. 26 at Hilliard Bradley and Wednesday, Aug. 30 at Miamisburg.
Beavercreek defeats Lebanon
LEBANON — Kevin Davis scored a goal and added an assist, Ryan Bernt, Vaughn Ernst, Evan Williams, Hunter Jackson and Jack Towers each scored goals, while Jacob Westerkamp, Joshua Fleck and Jonah Ackerson added assists in Beavercreek’s 6-2 win over Lebanon on Aug. 22.
In junior varsity action, Phillip Wynn, Mitchell Manzardo, Dilpreet Sandhu and Destiny Ezeliora scored, with Freddie Henson added two assists in a 4-0 Beavers win over Lebanon.
WSU women win at Miami
OXFORD — The Wright State University women’s soccer team posted its second win of the season as the Raiders won 2-1 at Miami University on Aug. 27.
Emily Rotterman and Jordyne Helinski each had two shots while Aaliyah Patten accounted for the fifth shot by the Raiders in the first 45 minutes. The second half started much like the first half with both sides exchanging shots and close chances until junior Kayla Schrubb headed in her first Raider goal at 68:15.
The Raiders (2-2) will be back in action as they host St. Bonaventure at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 31.
Volleyball falls to No. 2 Stanford
LONG BEACH, Calif. — The Wright State University volleyball team fell 3-0 to No. 2 and defending national champion Stanford, Saturday night at the LBSU Biden Invitational. The scores were 19-25, 11-25 and 21-25.
The Raiders scored five of six points midway through the first set on their way to post 19 points overall in the opening set. Wright State posted 13 kills, two aces and two blocks as a team. Wright State’s 11 points in the second set came from 11 kills, keeping it close early. WSU collected 21 points in the third set from 10 kills, an ace and two blocks. The Raiders took the lead early and stayed close, cutting the lead to two points at 23-21 late.
The Raiders (0-3) will play Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville, University of Missouri-Kansas City and Tulsa, Sept. 1-2 at the Cougar Classic hosted by SIU-Edwardsville.
Raider men tie Fort Wayne
FAIRBORN — Wright State University’s men’s soccer team drew a 0-0 double overtime tie with Fort Wayne to open the 2017 season, Aug. 25.
The Raiders came out strong with six shots to five for the Mastodons in the first 45 minutes of play. A.J. Patterson and Alec Philippe each notched two shots while Stefan Rockvic and Luke Treadway each had one shot. The Raiders continued to grind for opportunities without a goal. The second stanza looked much like the first as Fort Wayne turned the shots total and led 6-5. WSU keeper Joel Sundell came up big with four saves in the second half, finishing with five total.
Chances came for both teams in the extra two, 10-minute periods as Wright State registered three more shots to two by Fort Wayne (0-0-1). Patterson ended with five shots while Rokvic and Philippe each had three shots.
WSU women’s soccer falls
FAIRBORN — Just over 109 minutes of hard-fought soccer saw the Western Michigan women’s soccer team defeat Wright State 1-0 in double overtime at WSU’s Alumni Field Thursday night.
Wright State took control of the game early, ending the first half with six shots while holding the Broncs to just two. The teams were back and forth in the first overtime and most of the second until a free kick from Grace Labadie found the back of the net from about 25 feet out at 109:03 for her first tally of the year. Wright State ended the game with 10 shots, led by Aaliyah Patten and Erin Graefen with two each. WMU (2-0) finished with 18 shots. The team places 1 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 27 at Miami.