CENTERVILLE — Tippecanoe’s Sydney Lange qualified for next week’s district tournament as an individual as the Red Devil girls golf team placed fifth at Wednesday’s Division I sectional tournament at Yankee Trace.
The Devils were fifth with a 378, three strokes behind Greenville’s 375 for the final team qualifying spot. Lange shot an 80, though, tied for sixth individually and claiming the first individual spot. Marissa Miller shot 93, Izzy Brightwell shot 96, Abigail Poston shot 109 and Kaitlen Smith shot 110.
Troy finished seventh with a 391, led by Paige Stuchell’s 92 — tied for 21st individually and eight strokes out of the final individual qualifying spot. Libby Harnish shot 97, Delaney Davis shot 100, Elise Hempker shot 102 and Ashley Kloeker shot 111.
Piqua was 17th with a 486. Kenzi Anderson shot 107, Haley Krogman shot 116, Brooklynne Wright shot 126 and Ivy Lee shot 137.
The district tournament will be held Wednesday at Glenview Golf Course.
MIAMISBURG — The season came to an end for Bethel at the Division II district tournament Wednesday at Pipestone Golf Course as the Bees placed 10th with a 426.
Kenna Gray led the Bees with a 91, tied for 21st individually and eight strokes out of the final individual state qualifying spot. Skylar Johnson shot 109, Grace Bennett and Kerigan Calhoun both shot 113 and Kaylee Brookhart shot 116.
• Girls Soccer
TIPP CITY — The Tippecanoe girls soccer team hit double digits for the second straight game and won its fifth straight Wednesday, defeating Greenville 10-0.
Shelby Ferguson had two goals and two assists and Maddie Moran had two goals to lead the Red Devils (12-0-2). Dani Dettwiller and Kelsey McClurg each had a goal and an assist, Morgan Chaplin, Alex Foster, Hannah Rittenhouse and Kenna Smith each had a goal, Chloe Flatter had two assists and Sam Wall had one assist.
Tippecanoe travels to Fairborn Monday.
West Carrollton 0
PIQUA — Piqua scored a season-high nine goals Wednesday night, defeating West Carrollton 9-0 to end a six-game losing streak.
Raylynn Ward had two goals, Colleen Cox had a goal and three assists and Elise Cox had a goal and two assists to lead the Indians (4-10), while Rachel Cavendar, Tayah Chambers, Audrey Evans, Jordyn Karn and Kara Went each scored a goal. Karley Jones made four saves to post a shutout.
Piqua travels to Stebbins Monday.
VANDALIA — Troy battled to its second straight draw Wednesday on the road, tying Butler 0-0.
Jovie Studebaker made six saves to preserve the tie as the Trojans (8-3-3) outshot Butler 7-6. Troy hosts Sidney Monday.