Bethel girls golf 2nd at sectional: Monday sports roundup

XENIA — The Bethel girls golf team qualified for the district tournament for the second straight season, finishing second at the Division II sectional tournament Monday at WGC by shooting 410 to champion Alter’s 339.

Kenna Gray shot a 94 and Kerigan Calhoun shot a 95 to lead the Bees, finishing 10th and 11th in the individual standings respectively. Skylar Johnson added a 108, Kaylee Brookhart shot 113 and Grace Bennett shot 121.

The district tournament will be Oct. 7 at Pipestone Golf Course.

• Volleyball

Tippecanoe 3,

Fairborn 0

FAIRBORN — The Tippecanoe volleyball team remained undefeated at 15-0 after a sweep of Fairborn Monday, winning 25-6, 25-6, 25-13.

Corinn Siefring had 11 kills, eight digs, two blocks and four aces to lead the Red Devil offense, Ashley Aselage had seven kills, Rachel Wildermuth had six kills, three blocks, six aces and 20 assists, Kaitlyn Husic had four kills, Alex Voisard had two kills, Molly Achtenberg had three blocks, Alaina Titley had 12 digs, two assists and two aces, Alayna Liskey had seven digs and Hannah Wildermuth had eight assists.

Troy 3,

Sidney 0

TROY — Troy (14-1) did not overlook Sidney Monday with its rematch against Miami Valley League leader Tippecanoe looming on Tuesday, sweeping the Jackets 25-10, 25-20, 25-6.

Anna Boezi had 12 kills, eight blocks, two digs and one ace to lead the Trojans offense. Hallie Westmeyer added four kills, one dig and one block, Macie Taylor had three kills, seven aces, four digs and one block, Ellie Fogarty had three kills and two blocks, Amber Poore had three kills, one dig and one block, Brynn Siler had two kills, two blocks and one dig, Kasey Sager had one kill and Breanna Grey had one kill and one block. Morgan Kaiser had 11 assists, six digs and one kill, Ella Curcio had 11 assists, Brennah Hutchinson had eight digs, four aces, and two assists, Genna Coleman had three digs, one ace and one assist, Lauren Rice had four digs and two aces and Andrea Prenger had two digs.

Covington 3,

Lehman 0

COVINGTON — Covington scored an impressive victory Monday night in non-league play, sweeping Lehman 25-23, 25-14, 25-13 to improve to 7-5 on the season.

Nigella Reck had 16 kills, two aces, two blocks and five digs, Carlie Besecker had eight kills, two blocks and 11 digs, Emmaline Kiser had five kills and five blocks, Lauren York had one kill, one ace and 13 digs, Claire Fraley had one kill, Ellery Reck had 29 assists, three aces and seven digs, Alyssa Kimmel had one ace and five digs and Hillary Hoying had five digs.

Other scores: Piqua (5-10) 3, Stebbins 1. Troy Christian (9-5) 3, Newton 2. Milton-Union (7-6) 3, Ansonia 0.

• Girls Soccer

Troy 16,

West Carrollton 0

WEST CARROLLTON — The Troy girls soccer team won its fourth straight Monday, with three Trojans scoring hat tricks against West Carrollton in a 16-0 victory.

Chamber Browning and Julianna Williams both had three goals and two assists, Maddie Brewer had three goals and one assist and Sumedha Wundvalli had two goals and one assist to lead the way. Madison Burton, Aubrey Murphy and Kara Steinke each had one goal and one assist, Eva Raskay and Claire Tibbetts each had a goal and Ali Davis, Leah Harnish, Kylie King, Maddison Manson and Catie O’Neill each had one assist.

Troy travels to Xenia Wednesday.

Tippecanoe 3,

Xenia 0

TIPP CITY — Tippecanoe — which is now ranked No. 8 in the latest Division II state poll — posted a 3-0 victory over Xenia Monday at home, improving to 9-0-2 on the season.

Maddi Moran had two goals for the Red Devils and Morgan Chaplin had one goal.

Tippecanoe travels to Piqua Wednesday.

Other scores: Sidney 3, Piqua (3-8) 0.

• Boys Soccer

Bethel 8,

Carlisle 2

BRANDT — Jaiden Hogge had a had trick and Casey Keesee had two goals and three assists, leading the Bethel boys soccer team (5-4-3) to an 8-2 victory over visiting Carlisle Monday night.

Jace Houck added a goal and two assists, Kyle Brueckman had a goal and an assist, Matt Smith scored a goal and Cole Brannan had two assists for the Bees, who host Tri-County North Thursday.