Fairborn tops Trotwood-Madison
FAIRBORN — Fairborn improved to 4-9 overall and 1-0 in the Greater Western Ohio Conference American South with a 4-1 girls high school tennis win over Trotwood-Madison, Sept. 7.
McKayla Lyons won, 6-2, 7-5, at first singles, Tiana Thomas won, 6-3, 6-0, at third singles and Amanda Wilson and Katelyn Byczkowski won, 6-0, 6-1, at first doubles. Fairborn received a win by default at second doubles. Paige Murry lost, 3-6, 3-6, at first singles.
After hosting Greenon in a rematch of the season opener Monday, Sept. 11, Fairborn will host Stebbins on Tuesday, Sept. 12 in a key GWOC South match.
Piqua tops Fairborn
FAIRBORN — The Fairborn High School boys soccer team lost to Piqua, 6-2, Sept. 7. Fairborn out-shot Piqua 18-16, but Piqua made the most of its shots. Troy Herald and Rhees Adams scored in the second half for the Skyhawks, Keegan Dierker had an assist.
The Fairborn reserve team won, 2-0. Donnie Lynn scored in the second minute of the first half of the game. Noah Downing scored late in the second half on an assist from Colin Rike.
Greeneview earns big VB win
JAMESTOWN — Greeneview topped Mechanicsburg, 25-18, 25-17, 22-25, 25-19, in Ohio Heritage Conference girls high school volleyball Sept. 7. Bryce Ratliff served up 39 assists to lead the offensive attack. Caitlin Sweat had 13 kills, while Maddie Hines added 12. Amanda Mickle had seven digs.
Greeneview is 8-2 overall, 4-2 in the OHC and next hosts Fairbanks Tuesday, Sept. 12.
Greeneview soccer edges Mechanicsburg
JAMESTOWN — Faith Rutherford had a goal and an assist to lead Greeneview’s girls high school soccer team to a 3-2 win over Mechanicsburg Sept. 7. Hannah Ferrell, and Kayli Vipperman also scored for the Rams, while assists came from Josie Faris, and Erika Ramey.
Cedarville out-shoots Triad
CEDRVILLE — The Indians had the four lowest scores in a 181-209 win over Triad, Sept. 7 at Locus Hills. Noah Myers was medalist with a 42, while Adam Wood shot 44, Jate Bradley 46, and Caleb Smith 49.
Cedarville is 5-5 in the Ohio Heritage Conference.
Rams top West Jefferson
JAMESTOWN — Mason Witt shot 35 to lead Greeneview to a 178-189 win in boys golf, Sept. 7. at Sebastian Hills.
Eli Beekman fired a 46, Detric Hovan 49, and Matt Hovan 48. Levi Bradds added a 51.
Bellbrook falls to Franklin
BELLBROOK — Bellbrook had three golfers break 50 but it wasn’t enough in a 189-197 loss to Franklin, Sept. 7. Hunter Tuner shot 48 for the Golden Eagles, while Joey Derrico and Gabe Hine each shot 49. Zach Crampton had a 51 on the par-35 Franklin Golf Course.
Cedarville sweeps Northeastern in VB
CEDARVILLE — Cedarville topped Northeastern, 25-15, 25-22, 27-25, in girls high school volleyball, Sept. 7.
Sara Beste had 19 kills, 12 digs, and two aces, Grace Stevenson had seven kills, two aces, and two solo blocks, and Kalley Schulz had 27 assists, three digs, and two aces. Cedarville is 6-2 overall and 4-2 in the Ohio Heritage Conference.
The reserve team won, 12-25, 25-18, 25-24.
Bellbrook tennis wins again
BELLBROOK — Bellbrook swept the singles matches in posting a 4-1 win over Miami Valley, Sept. 7.
Andrea Szep won, 6-2, 6-0, at first singles, Shea Foster won, 6-0, 6-1, at second singles, and Anika Arora won, 6-3, 6-2 at third singles. The second doubles team of Jessica Tschantz and Halie Leftwich won, 6-3, 6-4, while Abby Schultz and Paige Buttery lost, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4.
Beavercreek soccer tops in area
XENIA — The Beavercreek High School boys soccer team is the No. 1 Division I team in the Dayton area according to the latest Miami Valley Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association poll.
The Beavers received 80 points to distance themselves from No. 2 Carroll (65), and No. 3 Centerville (60). In Division II, Bellbrook received 55 points and is No. 3 behind Kettering Alter (70), and Tipp City Tippecanoe (58). Yellow Springs (51) is No. 6 in Division III. Tipp City Bethel is No. 1 with 115 points.
Beavercreek’s girls are No. 2 in Division I with 86 points, just three behind Springboro. Those two tied, 0-0, Sept. 6. Centerville (85) is third. Bellbrook is No. 3 in Division II, 10 points behind No. 1 Alter (59) and one behind No. 2 Tippecanoe (50). Carroll (43) is fourth. Greeneview (30) is fifth in Division III. Sidney Lehman (58) is No. 1.
Fairborn, Stebbins hosting food drive
FAIRBORN — Students from Fairborn and Stebbins high schools have organized a “Football for Food” campaign to help stock food pantries in the Fairborn and Riverside areas. The food drive will take place in the days leading up to the Thursday, Sept. 28 football game between the two schools.
Pep Rallies will be held at Fairborn City Schools Sept. 12-15. The event will end with Fairborn’s Homecoming Game, which will be held at 7 p.m. Sept. 28. The food will be presented and financial donors will be recognized at halftime.
Bucs hosting sock drive
XENIA — The Xenia High School Athletic Department and student council are helping out the people devastated by Hurricane Harvey in the Houston area. Through Tuesday, Sept. 12, collection boxes will be placed at all Xenia Community Schools for the collection of new socks.
All ages of socks will be accepted. Students from the school that brings in the most number of pairs will receive one ticket to any one home athletic competition. This ticket can be used anytime during the 2017-2018 school year. For more information, contact Nathan Kopp at email@example.com or 937-374-4217.