Cedarville edges Triad
CABLE — Noah Myers shot a medalist round of 37 to lead Cedarville to a 182-184 win over Ohio Heritage Conference foe North Lewisburg Triad, Tuesday at Woodland Golf Club. Alec Ober was the top scorer for Triad with a 39. Other top scores by Cedarville golfers were shot by Caleb Smith (43), Adam Wood (46), and Jadon Horsley (56). The Indians are now 1-1 overall and in the OHC. Triad falls to 0-1, 0-1 OHC.
Rams continue to roll
MIAMISBURG — Wade Hovan and Brayden Woods both tied for second overall to lead the undefeated Greeneview Rams to a 158-176 win over Dayton Christian on Tuesday. Greeneview is now 4-0 this season and 3-0 in the Ohio Heritage Conference.
Other Rams scores were turned in by Daniel Sage and Zach Halder (42s), Christian Phillips (47) and Ethan Dailey (50). “Philip” was the top Dayton Christian golfer, shooting a medalist round of 35.
Raiders hosting three Prospect baseball camps
FAIRBORN — First-year head coach Jeff Mercer, of the Wright State University baseball team, will host three Fall Prospect Camps at Wright State University’s Nischwitz Stadium. Players in grades 9-12 and junior college are invited to camps which will be held Sept. 10, Oct. 9 and Oct. 16 at the school.
Cost is $140, and group discounts are available. For more information, contact WSU assistant baseball coach Matt Talarico at 937-751-6016 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Girls fall leagues filling now
BEAVERCREEK — The Beavercreek High School girls basketball program will be hosting the 17th Annual Girls Basketball Fall League from Sept. 11 to Oct. 23 on Sundays at the high school, located at 2660 Dayton-Xenia Road.
All teams will play a total of seven games on five Sundays with no game TBA (to accommodate the college exposure tournaments, date subject to change).
The league will be a total of 12 high school teams (ninth 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 (per the Ohio High School Athletic Association 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.
Deadline is Aug. 22, or until the league is full. Cost is $75 per player, which includes a numbered jersey. Make checks payable to: Beavercreek Athletic Boosters.
Questions should be directed to Art Zimmerman at 937-426-9509, or send email to: BHSfallleague@aol.com. Additional registration forms may be downloaded from http://beavercreekathletics.com/ or Facebook – Beavercreek Fall League.
H.S. fall camp offered
Academy Hockey is a new and exciting opportunity for area high school players to improve skills and continue enjoying the game of hockey off-season. Academy Hockey Program goals are open opportunity (no tryouts), skills development (max touches/reps), and fun! This program is available to all area high school players and is endorsed by your Dayton area High School coaches (Alter, Beavercreek, Centerville, Springboro, and Troy). The program meets all OHSAA pre/post criteria — and former Division I Hockey players form the core of our coaching staff!
A preseason fall camp will run on Thursdays (or Wednesday) and Sundays on Sept. 8 – Oct. 30 with one session of skills development and one session of scrimmage games, at a time and location to be announced. Cost is $400.
Camp is open to all area high school hockey players. Must have a current USA Hockey registration (last year’s is good through Aug. 31, 2016), and you need a liability waiver.
Contact Greg Gutterman 937-422-6827 AcademyHockeyOH@gmail.com . Due to OHSAA rules, please include the High School you play for in your email to us. Payments can be made out to “Academy Hockey Club” and mailed to 2182 Bandit Trail, Beavercreek OH 45434.
Drifting Series heads to Kil-Kare Raceway
WESTFIELD, Ind. — The Midwest Drift Union will bring the third round of its Championship Series to Kil-Kare Raceway on Sept. 17 in Xenia.
The MDU will hosted events May 1 with an event at Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, Ill., Lucas Oil Raceway in Indianapolis, Ind., and an event was also scheduled this year in Detroit, Mich.
The MDU was founded in 2010 as a Midwest regional feeder series with the intention of advancing the area’s top drifting competitors to the professional level. Last season, the top-3 drivers were rewarded with a Formula Drift Pro 2 competitors license.
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