CINCINNATI — Tippecanoe’s Sydney Lange saw her season come to an end competing at the Division I district girls golf tournament Tuesday at Glenview Golf Course as she finished tied for 46th individually.
Lange, who qualified for the tournament as an individual, shot a 92 on the day. Greenville’s Kenna Jenkinson took the final individual state qualifying spot, shooting 74 and finishing tied for third overall.
Tippecanoe’s boys team will compete in the D-I district tournament Thursday at Beavercreek Golf Club.
• Boys Soccer
SIDNEY — Tuning up for next week’s sectional tournament, the Troy boys soccer team played the first of a pair of tough matches to finish the regular season Tuesday on the road, defeating Sidney 5-1.
Jon Hipolito had a pair of goals to lead the Trojans, Sam Kazmaier and Jaden Williams each had a goal and an assist and Gavin Marshall scored a goal.
Troy (14-1) hosts undefeated Tippecanoe in the regular season finale Thursday.
TIPP CITY — Tippecanoe is one win away from its second straight undefeated regular season after blanking Fairborn 7-0 Tuesday at home.
Jackson Kleather had a hat trick to lead the Red Devils (15-0), who went 15-0-1 in the regular season last year. Blake Heeley, Charlie Spencer, Ethan Spencer and Evan Stonerock each had a goal, Owen Hadden had three assists, Jack Cleckner had two assists and Jake Smith had one assist. Clay Vaughn had two saves to record a shutout.
Tippecanoe travels to Troy Thursday.
PIQUA — Piqua (4-8-3) battled Stebbins to a 2-2 draw Tuesday in its final home game of the regular season.
Nathan Buecker and Dezmond Warner each scored a goal and Colton Curtis and Drew Holbein each had an assist for the Indians, who travel to Greenville Thursday.
WEST MILTON — Milton-Union bounced back from back-to-back losses Tuesday, routing Madison 11-1 to clinch at least a share of the Southwestern Buckeye League Buckeye Division championship.
Mason Grudich had four goals and Luke Daum had two goals and an assist to lead the Bulldogs (11-3-1, 8-0-1 SWBL Buckeye), Shane Ullery had a goal and three assists, Landon Bechtel had a goal and two assists and Carson Brown, Gabe Goodman and Dakota King each had a goal.
Milton-Union travels to Carlisle Thursday and can win the division title outright with a tie or better.
Yellow Springs 4,
PLEASANT HILL — Yellow Springs proved too much to handle for Newton Tuesday night in a 4-1 non-league loss.
Ely Cook scored the lone goal for the Indians on a penalty kick in the closing seconds.
Newton travels to Legacy Christian Thursday.
• Girls soccer scores: Madison 2, Milton-Union (5-9-1, 4-4-1 SWBL Buckeye) 1. Dayton Christian 6, Newton 0.
TIPP CITY — The Tippecanoe volleyball team made it 20 straight victories Tuesday, sweeping Butler 25-10, 25-11, 25-22 in the semifinal round of the regular season-ending Miami Valley League tournament.
Corinn Siefring had 14 kills, eight digs and two blocks and Ashley Aselage had 13 kills to lead the Red Devil (20-0) offense, with Rachel Wildermuth adding six kills, four blocks, two aces and 18 assists and Kaitlyn Husic adding three kills, 10 digs and two aces. Alaina Titley had 16 digs, five aces and two assists, Molly Achtenberg had three blocks, Alex Voisard had seven digs, Hannah Wildermuth had 10 assists and Scotti Hoskins had seven assists.
Tippecanoe will host Troy in the tournament’s title game Thursday.
TC North 0
COVINGTON — Covington took care of business Tuesday night against Tri-County North at home, winning 25-14, 25-10, 25-14 to leave two matches remaining in the regular season.
Nigella Reck had 12 kills, two blocks, two aces and three digs, Emmaline Kiser had 12 kills and a block, Carlie Besecker had four kills, two blocks, six digs and two aces, Lauren York had three kills, three aces, two blocks and 10 digs, Ellery Reck had 27 assists, two aces, a kill and two digs, Hillary Hoying had a kill and a dig, Claire Fraley had a kill and Alyssa Kimmel had two aces and a dig.
Covington hosts National Trail Thursday before finishing the regular season at Franklin Monroe Saturday.
Other scores: Miami East 3, National Trail 1. Franklin Monroe 3, Newton 0. Tri-Village 3, Bradford 0.