The Miami Valley Scholastic Soccer Coaches local high school soccer poll, as of Sept. 25.
1. Lebanon 46
2. Centerville 44
3. Beavercreek 41
4. Vandalia Butler 38
5. Troy 29
6. Springboro 26
7. Kettering Fairmont 20
8. Huber Heights Wayne 10
9. Xenia 8
10. Fairborn 4
1.(tie) Kettering Alter, Carroll 64
3. Bellbrook 60
4. Tipp City Tippecanoe 50
5. Middletown Fenwick 37
6. Dayton Chaminade Julienne 27
7. Germantown Valley View 22
8. Monroe 21
9. Oakwood 17
10. Waynesville 12
1. Greeneview 58
2. Dayton Christian 52
3. Pitsburg Franklin-Monroe 47
4. Yellow Springs 42
5. Tipp City Bethel 36
6. Casstown Miami East 33
7. Pleasant Hill Newton 18
8. Troy Christian 14
9. Springfield Catholic Central 13
10.(tie) Dayton Miami Valley, West Liberty-Salem 6
1. Springboro 59
2. Lebanon 53
3. Beavercreek 46
4. Centerville 44
5. Vandalia Butler 33
6. Sidney 27
7. Clayton Northmont 25
8. Huber Heights Wayne 24
9. Troy 12
10. Miamisburg 4
1. Tipp City Tippecanoe 29
2. Kettering Alter 28
3.(tie) Carroll, Bellbrook 21
5. Monroe 19
6. Middletown Fenwick 15
7. Dayton Chaminade Julienne 13
8. Oakwood 7
9. Germantown Valley View 6
10. Springfield Kenton Ridge 5
1. Sidney Lehman Catholic 67
2. West Milton Milton-Union 53
3. West Liberty-Salem 50
4. Waynesville 47
5. Springfield Northwestern 36
6. Greeneview 33
7. Camden Preble Shawnee 31
8. Casstown Miami East 20
9. Anna 18
10. Troy Christian 14.
Chaminade Julienne 3, Fairborn 2
DAYTON — AJ Greene scored on a 35 yard strike in the first half and then chipped the goalie from 30 yards in the second half but the team still fell short losing to CJ, 3-2.
Lebanon 5, Fairborn 0
LEBANON — The Skyhawks were beat by a strong Lebanon Warrior team 5-0 on Tuesday night. Andy Gilbert, the Skyhawk goalie, had 23 total saves.
Bellbrook 0, Germantown Valley View 0
Beavercreek third in GWOC Gold tourney
Led by the Teresa Liu-Roselle Alamzan runner-up finish at second doubles, the Beavercreek Beavers placed third overall in the Greater Western Ohio Conference Gold Flight tournament, held Thursday.
Hanna Jones finished fourth at first singles, Esther Hu was fourth at second singles, and Vania Jiao claimed third place for the Beavers at third singles.
At first doubles, the Adrianne Farwell-Saima Wase tandem placed fourth.
Springboro won the Gold tourney team title with three first-place finishes and two runner up placings. Miamisburg was second followed by Beavercreek, Centerville, Clayton Northmont, Troy, Vandalia Butler and Springfield.
Carroll hosting Midwest Catholic Championships
KETTERING — Top traditional Catholic high school cross country programs from Ohio, Illinois and Kentucky are expected to compete Saturday at the Midwest Catholic Cross Country Championships, at Indian Riffle Park, and hosted by Carroll High School.
The 10 a.m. Girls Championship Race has some of the top teams from Ohio and surrounding states: Sacred Heart (Kentucky AAA, #1 and 2014 Kentucky State Champs), Alter (Ohio Division II, #2), Gilmour Academy (Ohio DII, #3), St. Vincent-St. Mary (Ohio DII, #8), Notre Dame Academy (Ohio DI, #13).
In the 10:45 a.m. Boys Championship, some of the top teams from Ohio and surrounding states will be on hand St. Xavier (Ohio DI, #7), Toledo St. John’s (Ohio DI, #17), 2014 event runner up Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary (Ohio DII, #8), Carroll (DII, #6), Cincinnati La Salle (Ohio DI, #20), Gates Mills Gilmour Academy (Ohio DII, #15) and Hamilton Badin (Ohio DII, #14) are in the field.
Oakwood 173, Bellbrook 214
DAYTON — Host Oakwood placed golfers in the each of the top-5 spots to claim Thursday’s JV win on the 9-hole par-36 Dayton Country Club course. Top scorers for Bellbrook were: Zach Pittman (51); Hunter Turner (52); William Martin (54); and Aaron Schmitt (57.)
Oakwood’s Joe Crowl finished first with a 47.
Xenia Basketball Golf Scramble, Oct. 11
XENIA — The Xenia High School boys and girls basketball programs will host a four-person scramble golf event starting at 1 p.m. Oct. 11 at WGC Golf Course in Xenia. Proceeds from the tournament will help to offset the teams’ costs throughout their respective seasons. Cost is $70 per person, $280 per foursome. Dinner and prizes will be available after the event. There will be long drive and closest-to-the-pin contests, and a chance to win a new car with a hole-in-one on one hole. Prize money will be awarded to the top-3 teams, and mulligans will be offered for a fee. Please contact Kent Anderson at (937) 376-3805 or (937) 479-0728 to register or for more information.
Bev Sword’s Turkey Trot set for Thanksgiving Day
JAMESTOWN — The Silvercreek Township Fire Department will hold its annual 5-kilometer run on Thanksgiving morning. Funds from the Bev Sword’s Turkey Trot event will not only help enable the fire department to provide services for the Jamestown area, but this year the funds will also help create a college fund for Dylan Swisher, the nephew of Bev Sword.
Bev Sword, an Emergency Medical Services Captain who passed away in July, often led the fundraising effort. The fire department is asking area businesses to help sponsor the event. All proceeds from this year’s run will go to the Dylan Swisher College Fund.
Entry fee is $30, which includes a free T-Shirt if you register before Nov. 1. The event will start at 9 a.m. at Seaman Park in Jamestown, next to Greeneview High School.
Runners can enter at the Silvercreek Township Fire Department building, 28 E. Xenia St., in Jamestown, or register the day of the event between 8-8:45 a.m. Visit Facebook.com/BevSwordsTurkeyTrot for more information.
Compiled by Zach Gregory and John Bombatch. Please send sports information to: [email protected]