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Girls Tennis

Northmont 5, Fairborn 0

FAIRBORN — The Skyhawks put in another solid effort, but the end result was a victory for Northmont.

Acadia Wulf played the first singles spot again and was dealt an 0-6, 0-6 defeat. Kyla Secrest met a similar fate, falling 0-6 and 0-6 to Marissa Anderson. Wulf fell to Akilah Parker.

Maika Hayashi played her second match at the third singles position and managed to win a pair of games in a 1-6, 1-6 loss to Kennedy Harden.

The doubles matches were a little closer. Shayna Osborne and Preslee Chapman fell to Michelle Hibbard and Morgan Grandfield 1-6 and 3-6 at first doubles, and Megan Koonce and Dakota Thacker fell by the same 1-6 and 3-6 score to Serenity Anderson and Whitney White at second doubles.

The Lady Skyhawks get a couple of nights off to practice and recover before playing host to Sidney in a rare 10 a.m. Saturday match on the Community Park Courts.

Boys Golf

Springfield Catholic Central 174, Cedarville 206

SPRINGFIELD — Cedarville freshman Adam Wood led the Indians (0-6, 0-6 Ohio Heritage Conference) with a 44, and teammate Noah Myers was next with a 48, in Tuesday’s loss at Locust Hills Country Club. Central’s Kyle Foley claimed medalist honors with a 38. Catholic Central is now 6-1 overall, 5-1 in the OHC.


State Football tickets now on sale

COLUMBUS – Two types of all-session tickets are now on sale for the Ohio High School Athletic Association football state championship games, which return to Ohio Stadium in Columbus December 3, 4 and 5.

All-session tickets for the seven championship games in the club level, which are the chair-back seats on the west side of the stadium, are $105 each and also permit indoor access in the Huntington Club before, during and after each game. All-session reserved tickets on the east side of the stadium, which don’t include indoor access, are $84 each.

All-session tickets are available online at http://go.osu.edu/OHSAAFB

Single game tickets will go on sale November 29 and cost $10 at the state finalist schools, or at the gate before each game for $15 (club level) and $12 (reserved).

Details for parking and other activities related to the championship games will be announced throughout the fall. The OHSAA football state championship games are hosted by the Greater Columbus Sports Commission and The Ohio State University Department of Athletics.

The state semifinal games are Friday, Nov. 28, for Division II, III, V and VII, and Saturday, Nov. 29, for Division I, IV and VI. The schedule for the Division II, III, V and VII state championship games will be announced on the OHSAA’s twitter page at approximately 11 PM on Nov. 28. One of those four divisions will play its state final on Thursday, Dec. 3, with the other three playing on Friday, Dec. 4. The schedule for the Division I, IV and VI state championship games will be announced at approximately 10:30 PM on Nov. 29, with all three of those games set for Saturday, Dec. 5.

Friday’s Scheduled Games

Beavercreek at Xenia, 7 p.m.

Carroll at Meadowdale, 7 p.m., Welcome Stadium, Dayton

Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy at Greeneview, 7 p.m., Don Nock Field, Jamestown

Greenon at Springfield Catholic Central, 7 p.m.

Madison Plains at Cedarville, 7 p.m.

Tecumseh at Fairborn, 7 p.m.

Waynesville at Bellbrook, 7 p.m.

Girls Basketball

‘Creek girls fall basketball league has openings

BEAVERCREEK — The deadline to register for the 16th annual Beavercreek girls high school Fall League has been extended to Aug. 24.

The games will be played on Sunday afternoons starting Sept. 13 and ending Oct. 18. All teams will play a total of seven games on five Sundays with a game TBA (to accommodate the College exposure tournaments, date subject to change).

The league will consist of 12 high school teams (9th through 12th grade). There will be 8-10 girls per team, keeping in mind that only two players from each school may play on the same team (OHSAA rule). Space is limited to 120 players and restricted based on OHSAA rules. The talent level will be balanced as much as possible across all teams and a coach will be supplied for each team.

Please note, this is not a teaching environment, but rather a place for young ladies who have played competitive basketball to get started again for the fall. FUN, sportsmanship, fundamentals, 100% effort, and balanced playing time, while still being competitive, will be the goal of this league.

All participants will be required to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner and under the rules of the league. This is a high school league only. Anyone submitting a falsified registration will be dismissed from the league with no refund and will not be permitted to play in subsequent years. The Beavercreek Athletic Boosters reserves the right to refuse any registration.

COST: $75 per player and includes a numbered jersey. Please make checks payable to: Beavercreek Athletic Boosters.

The full registration form can be downloaded from: http://beavercreekathletics.com/…/beavercreek-girls-basket…/ or http://www.beavercreekstars.com/node/9347


Central State hosting track tryouts

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 will be 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 [email protected].


‘Sliding into Om’ – Yoga on the field at GABP – Sept. 12

CINCINNATI — The Cincinnati Reds will be hosting a yoga event for beginners and veterans. The annual “Sliding Into Om” even will be Saturday, Sept. 12 at Great American Ball Park.

Fans can take the field for a one-hour yoga session in the outfield grass led by instructors from Simply Power Yoga.

The Sliding Into Om package is only $15 and includes: Yoga on the field 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 12; Game ticket for Reds vs. Cardinals 1:10 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 13; One free yoga session provided by Simply Power Yoga.

Tickets must be purchased in advance of Sept. 12, so reserve your spot today at reds.com/yoga.

Ages 12 and younger may participate in the yoga event for free if accompanied by a paying adult. Parking not included. Participants are encouraged to bring their own yoga mat.

Compiled by John Bombatch and Zach Gregory. Please send all sports information to: [email protected].