Greeneview 5, Springfield Northeastern 0
1st goal: Vipperman, assisted by Sonneman
2nd goal: Rinehart, assisted by Brown
3rd goal: Rockhold, unassisted
4th goal: Rinehart, assisted by Sonneman
5th goal: Sonneman, assisted by Rinehart
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Beavercreek rallies past Lakota West
BEAVERCREEK — After losing the first two games, Beavercreek’s girls volleyball team rallied to a 17-25, 14-25, 25-15, 27-25, 15-7 win Tuesday over a solid Lakota West squad.
Beth Boos (32 assists, 4 aces, 5 digs), Tiare Saylor (4 blocks, 15 kills, 10 digs, 2 aces), Lexi Moore (2 blocks and 2 kills), Spencer Franck (8 kills, 1 ace, 2 digs), Courtney Borgerding (2 kills), Brook Farrell (3 kills) Kelly Goenaga-Lask (3 kills, 9 digs), Joyce Eid (20 digs), Faith Takacs (2 digs) and Hanna Lefevers (3 digs, 1 ace) were all instrumental in the come-from-behind win.
Beavercreek (2-0) has a 7 p.m. match at Greenville on Thursday. Tuesday’s match was Lakota West’s first of the season. They’re at Cincinnati Mount Notre Dame, Thursday.
Xenia, Sidney play to draw
XENIA — At Doug Adams Stadium, Xenia hosted Sidney for their first home game. Both teams fought really hard, but the result was a draw.
Coach Keenan Mikal of Xenia and Coach Daniel Witts of Sidney both agreed that the draw was a fair result and every player fought hard.
Witts said the game was Sidney’s first real test of the Greater Western Ohio Conference season, and the game was a very physical game. The coach and his team are planning on watching the film tomorrow to prepare for their next game.
Xenia’s Mikal said his players showed outstanding performances. “Connor Reichert did a great job in the middle, Blake Bond did tremendous up top, Zach Brunsman, Joe Cloud and Daniel Miller all had just solid performances.”
On Monday, the Bucs (1-1-1) will host Kenton Ridge for a 7 p.m. game at Doug Adams Stadium.
Three Way Match @ Beavercreek Golf Club
Par: 36 (nine holes)
1) Fairmont – 198
2) Beavercreek (Black) – 201
3) Bellbrook – 221
4) Beavercreek (Orange) – 240
Top 5 Finishers: 1. Brian Kinnison (Fairmont) – 40 MEDALIST; 2. Brendyn Spiekermann (Beavercreek Black) – 47; 3. Sean Ulrich (Bellbrook) – 47; 4. Luke DiCicco (Bellbrook) – 48; 5. Josh Sutton (Beavercreek Black) – 49.
Bellbrook Top 4 Finishers: Sean Ulrich – 47; Luke DiCicco – 48; Zach Pittman – 60; Aaron Schmitt – 66.
Register Now for YMCA Fall Basketball
XENIA — Fall is here, which mean winter is around the corner and basketball is back at the Y! The YMCA fall basketball program is geared toward those youth who want to learn how to play the sport, brush up on the rules, tactics, and skills, and improve their game using basic fundamentals and most importantly – HAVE FUN!
YMCA youth sports encourage and promote healthy kids, families and communities by placing a priority on family involvement, healthy competition rather than rivalry, the value of participation over winning, team-building as well as individual development, a positive self-image and a sense of fair play and mutual respect for others. Parents are encouraged to be more than mere spectators, by contributing their time as volunteer coaches – as well as being their kid’s greatest fan.
If you are interested in more information, please stop by the Membership Service Desk, or contact the Xenia YMCA at (937) 376-9622.
Central State track tryouts Monday
WILBERFORCE — As the 2015-2016 school year approaches, the CSU track & field program is excited to start training for the upcoming season. Upon doing so, the coaches would like to reach out to the student body and invite students who are interested in joining the CSU men’s and women’s cross country and track & field teams to this year’s tryout date.
An interest meeting was held beginning at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 26 in the Beacom/Lewis Gymnasium. The interest meeting is mandatory in order to tryout.
Official tryouts will be held on Monday, Aug. 31.
For questions about time, location, dates, or the program in general, please email Coach Graham (Long Sprints & High Jump Asst. Coach) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CSU Hall Inductees announced for 2015
WILBERFORCE – Central State Athletic Director Jahan Culbreath has announced the department’s Hall of Fame committee’s 2015 inductees. Joining the CSU Hall of Fame this year will be Thelanious “Laney” Prioleau, Dr. Arthur E. Thomas, and the 1990 Central State football team.
In addition to this year’s inductees, Central State’s undefeated 1965 men’s basketball team will be in attendance to celebrate their 50th anniversary. The ‘65 team won the school’s first NAIA national basketball title with a flawless 30-0 record.
The 2015 Hall of Fame Luncheon will be held at the Country Club of the North at 1 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 9, in Beavercreek. Tickets to the induction ceremony are available for $35 each and can be purchased online or by calling the CSU Athletic Office at (937) 376-6289. All those planning to attend must RSVP prior to the event and purchase their ticket(s) on or before Monday, Aug. 31.
Football tryouts Sept. 19
XENIA — The Xenia Tornadoes Semi Professional football team will be holding a tryout for the 2016 season from noon – 5 p.m. at Spring Hill Park, on Lake Street, in Xenia. Registration begins at noon. Tryouts get under way at 1 p.m. Please bring a valid ID to verify age, bring cleats if you have them, shorts and water. Registration ends at 3 p.m.
Compiled by John B0mbatch and Zach Gregory. Xenia boys soccer game written by student reporter Natalie Jones. Please send sports information to: email@example.com .