XENIA — Loyal Kil-Kare Raceway fans showed up to watch a full night of racing highlighted by the United States Auto Club-sanctioned Honda HPD Series.
Fourteen-year-old Austin Nemire was the star of the show as he set fast time, won his heat, then came back to win the feature. Tate Martz, Jacob Stickle, Nikki Carroll and Calvin Carroll rounded out the top five.
In late model action, Bill Burba put his Platinum Trucking-sponsored machine in victory lane for the second time this season. Don Mahaffey, Cody Robinson, Brandon Oakley and Arlis Williams rounded out the top-5 across the finish line.
The street stock feature saw Jim Lewis Jr. and Jamie Sites battle for the win. It was Lewis claiming the win with Sites finishing second.
The Modified main was won by Mike Carroll with Zack Stacy second.
The tuner main saw Tony Cottrill win the feature.
FUNdamental Basketball Camp May 12-14
XENIA — A FUNdamental of Sports free basketball camp for Xenia Community School District fifth and sixth grade boys will take place from 6:30-8:30 p.m. May 12-14 at Benner Field House. Registration takes place at 6:30 p.m. each day of the camp. For more information, call Mike Munday at (937) 397-1400.
Several honored at Windy City Classic
CHICAGOLAND, Ill. — Four Greene County area girls basketball players were recently selected to all-star teams in their playing division at last month’s Windy City Classic, a U.S. Junior Nationals-sanctioned event.
Danielle Westbrock, a Bellbrook Middle School student athlete who plays on the Dayton Lady Hoopstars 12U team, was named to the Pool AAA all-star team.
Fairborn High’s Dominique Redmon made the Pool R all-star squad for her work with the Dayton Metro 16U team.
Kate Hickey, of Carroll High, played on the Dayton Metro 15U team and was a Pool SS all-star.
And Beavercreek High’s Bailey Draughn was named to the Pool TTT all-star squad after a solid performance for the Dayton Lady Hoopstars 13U team.
GREENEVIEW 4, XENIA 1: While Xenia claimed a first singles win, Greeneview swept the doubles matches and won the other two singles matches to claim Wednesday’s nonleague team win.
No first names were provided for this report.
Xenia’s Jones defeated Scott 7-6 (7), 6-4, but Greeneview’s second singles player, Rogers, defeated Fox 6-2, 6-0, then the Rams’ Jenkins defeated Sell, 6-0, 6-1.
In doubles, the Gollmer-Irvin tandem bested Xenia’s Cukovecki-Klontz duo in three sets, 6-1, 4-6, 6-3; and Nixon-Barker also needed three sets to defeat the Buccaneers Morris-Brodsky pair by a 3-6, 6-4, 6-0 tally.
BEAVERCREEK B 3, XENIA CHRISTIAN 2: The host Beavercreek B varsity team needed two close wins at doubles to nip Xenia Christian in Monday’s nonleague team match. Xenia Christian earned a pair of singles wins — one by Jesse Holloway 7-6 (2), 6-2 over Ben Heiland at first singles; the other Matt Entner’s three-set 4-6, 6-4, 6-0 win over Taylor Goeman. Beavercreek’s Matt Ha won in straight sets over Rosie Thompson, 6-3, 6-2.
At doubles, the Beavers pair of Sid Enukonda-Thana Pergchoei claimed a 6-3, 7-6 (5) win over the Ambassadors’ Michael Bricker and Madison Sullivan. In second doubles, Beavercreek’s Nick Roderick and Matt Liu needed three sets to upend Xenia Christian’s Preston Surls and Jordan Freeman, 4-6, 6-2, 6-4.
Beavercreek B is 5-2 this season, while Xenia Christian falls to 7-8 overall.
XENIA CHRISTIAN 3, WAYNESVILLE 2: Despite two doubles losses, the Ambassadors enjoyed three singles wins to earn a narrow nonleague win Saturday in Waynesville.
Jesse Holloway, Rosie Thompson and Matt Entner claimed singles wins at first, second and third singles respectively.
Michael Bricker and Jordan Freeman, and the second doubles team of Preston Surls and Thomas Donaldson both lost.