Wednesday Sports Roundup

SPRINGFIELD — Troy’s Henry Johnston was named to the all-tournament team Tuesday at Reid Park, leading the Troy boys golf team to a fifth-place finish.

The Trojans shot a 342.

“I was really pleased with that score,” Troy coach Mark Evilsizor said. “We play the sectionals here in a couple weeks and 342 will get us to district. That gets out every year. We are still looking for that fourth score, but I was really pleased with our play today. Tippecanoe only beat us by two shots.”

Johnston carded a 77 to finish second overall.

“That was a great round by Henry (Johnston),” Evilsizor said. “That is his career low at Reid Park. We improved by 27 shots from Saturday, when we played here. So, that is quite an improvement. Bryce (Massingill) just missed making the all-tournament team.”

Massingill carded an 81.

Other Troy scores were Brayden Schwartz 88, John Kneisley 96 and Luke Huber 100.

Milton-Union 176,

Miami East 192

TIPP CITY — The Milton-Union boys golf team picked up a TRC win Wednesday.

Nathan Thompson was medalist with 39 for Milton-Union, 11-2.

Other Bulldog scorers were Colin Fogle 41, Grady Vechazone 45 and Tyler Leffew 51.

Miami East scorers were Colin Jennings 40, Fletcher Harris 45, Eric LeMaster 49 and Nathan Woolley 58.

Girls

Bethel 151,

Tecumseh 178

SPRINGFIELD — With only three scores counting, Betehl girls golf team picked up a win at Rocky Lakes Golf Course.

Bethel scores were Kaylee Brookhart 48, Kerigan Calhoun 49, Aly Byrd 54, Paige Kearns 54 and Abby Stratton 55.

TENNIS

Troy 5,

Piqua 0

TROY — The Troy girls tennis team celebrated Senior Night with a win.

In singles, Elizabeth Niemi defeated Izzy King 6-2, 6-1; Esha Patel defeated Diya Patel 6-0, 6-1 and Josie Romick defeated Lauren Hicks 6-2, 6-0.

In doubles, Madailein Logan and Taima Rajab defeated Grace and Hannah Pleasant 6-2, 6-1 and Olivia Johnston and Casey Rogers defeated Nataya Yaqub and Sierra Leonard 6-7 (5), 6-2, 1-0 (6).

Milton-Union 5,

Greenville 0

GREENVILLE — The Milton-Union girls tennis team swept Greenville Wednesday to improve to 7-3.

In singles, Shannon Brumbaugh won 6-0, 6-0; Taylor Falb won 6-0, 6-0 and Milton won third singles by forfeit.

In doubles, Paige Barnes and Ellie Coate won 6-0, 6-4 and Milton won second doubles by default.

Lehman 4,

Greeneview 1

JAMESTOWN — Lehman girls tennis made a long road trip worth it with a 5-1 win over Greeneview Wednesday to improve to 6-2 on the season.

“It is a nice bounce back win after a loss the previous night,” Lehman coach Tim Ungericht said. “Taylor (Reineke) had lost of long games and was more steady tonight. Lilly (Williams) moved up to second singles and won easily and Elizabeth Jock stepped up and played really well.

“Both doubles teams dominated. It is our most wins in a season in eight years. It is a big accomplishment for our team and has been a total team effort.”

In singles, Reineke lost 6-1, 6-0; Williams won 6-1, 6-0 and Jock won 6-3, 6-2.

In doubles, Annie Stiver and Macie Verdier won 6-0, 6-0 and Emma Covault and Madi Gleason won 6-0, 6-0.

CROSS COUNTRY

Boys

Piqua Two-Mile

PIQUA — The Tippecanoe boys won the Piqua two-mile run Tuesday at Piqua Country Club.

Piqua was second, Milton-Union was fourth and Troy was fifth.

Tippecanoe’s top seven included Kalib Tolle, 1, 10:08.8; Ben Prenger, 2, 10:29.2; Ben Brunswick, 3, 10:33.9; Elliot Murray, 6, 10:40.8; Ben Huber, 7, 10:41.0; Dylan Taylor, 8, 10:41.8 and Willy Hept, 9, 10:43.4.

Piqua’s top seven included Nolan Campbell, 4, 10:34.9; Noah Burgh, 5, 10:38.2; Jesse Furman, 10, 10:47.9; Paul Hinds, 11, 10:52.7; Noah Baker, 27, 11:42.0; Cael Barr, 28, 11:42.1 and Tonmy Grise, 29, 11:43.0.

Milton-Union’s top seven included Kyle Bostick, 15, 11:09.4; Eric Trittschuh, 18, 11:17.8; Jacob Grube, 37, 11:56.1; Collin Thomas, 40, 12:07.3; John Ritchey, 41, 12:09.5; Liam Hartley, 76, 13:34.2 and Austin Shoemaker, 77, 13:35.4.

Troy’s top seven included Andrew Oates, 20, 11:21.4; Noah Zink, 50, 12:30.2; Adam Timmerman, 55, 12:36.9; Collin Burghardt, 62, 12:54.2; Ryan Penny, 63, 12:55.2; Shawn Tiderington, 69, 13:02.8; and Aidan Evans, 73, 13:13.8.

Girls

Piqua Two-Mile

PIQUA — The Tippecanoe cross country team won the Piqua Two-Mile cross country meet Tuesday.

Piqua was third, Milton-Union was fourth and Troy was fifth.

Tippecanoe’s top seven included Annie Sinning, 1, 11:50.1; Shelby Hept, 3, 12:47.4; Libby Krebs, 4, 12:50.4; Gracie Wead, 6, 12:52.9; Leda Anderson, 8, 13:05.3; Katie Landis, 9, 13:13.0 and Isa Ramos, 12, 13:29.5.

Piqua’s top seven included Cassie Schrubb, 2, 12:34.2; Lienne Casey, 27, 14:45.6; Abby Lambert, 29, 14:48.4; Isabella Murray, 33, 15:01.0; Ashlyn Gearhardt, 34, 15:02.1; Berklee Webster, 38, 15:32.3 and Olivia Friend, 51, 15:59.2.

Milton-Union runners included Maddie Stasiak, 5, 12:51.2; Ty Parsons, 10, 13:17.9; Karlee Thomas, 28, 14:45.9; Madison Coate, 31, 14:53.1 and Marissa Twentier, 74, 18:40.8.

Troy’s top seven included Kara Enneking, 18, 14:11.9; Isabel Westerheide, 32, 14:53.3; Skylar DeMoss, 35, 15:03.1; Gracie Cole, 41, 15:39.5; Laura Craft, 42, 15:40.8; Chelsea Muhlenkamp, 43, 15:45.6 and Saidah Ddamba, 45, 15:48.5.

Loramie Invitational

FORT LORAMIE — Troy Christian girls cross country team finished fourth at the Fort Loramie Invitational Tuesday.

Troy Christian’s top seven included Mackenzie Rougier, 14, 24:47.5; Gwen Harris, 31, 27:55.8; Annaliese Erdahl, 34, 28:23.5; Lila Echemann, 38, 28:42.5; Alaina Rogers, 40, 28:44.5; Cailyn Dickey, 44, 33:46.9; and Cheyanna Cullen, 45, 39:20.8.