Local roundup

Compiled by Mark Huber

WCS Meet the Teams

6 p.m. Friday at Alumni

The Wilmington High School and Rodger O. Borror Middle School Meet the Teams Night is set for 6 p.m. Friday at Alumni Field.

Fans and parents attending the event should sit on the visitors side of the field because of the continuing construction on the home side at Alumni Field, WHS athletic director Troy Diels said.

At the Meet the Teams event, fall athletic passes as well as reserved seats for varsity football games will be available for purchase.

For more information, call the WHS athletic department at 283-7201 or 283-7204.


CM tennis opens

with 4-0 victory

MT. ORAB — The Clinton-Massie girls tennis team opened its season Monday with a 4-0 win over Western Brown in non-league action at WBHS.

The first singles match was halted by rain. CM coach Lynn Deatherage said the first singles match was stopped by inclement weather and was not completed because the overall match result had been determined.


Aug 10, 2015

@Western Brown HS

Clinton-Massie 4 Western Brown 0


• Morghan Eades (12) vs KK Massey (12) 6-7 (7-9), 1-4 (susp, rain)

• Anne Thompson (10) def Jazmyn Pierce (12) 6-1, 6-4

• Kelly Deatherage (12) def Nena Taylor (12) 6-1, 6-3


• Jordan Bills (12), Hailey Clayborn (9) def Becca Carroll (10), Hailey Bradshaw (10) 6-4, 6-2

• Emma Bailey (12), Claire Carruthers (10) def Kasey Boyd (11), Savannah Roades (9) 6-2, 6-2


Summit CD posts

5-0 win over Blan

CINCINNATI — The Blanchester girls tennis team dropped a 5-0 match Monday to Cincinnati powerhouse Summit Country Day in girls tennis action at the Summit Country Day Sports Complex.

SCD is 1-0; BHS drops to 0-2.

The second doubles team for Summit — Haley Bosse and Sarah Bissantz — are two-time district qualifiers and won 80 percent of their matches last season, Sexton said.

“I thought it was good experience for Erin (Wilson) and Lilly (Tedrick) to play someone of that caliber,” said BHS coach Matt Sexton.


Aug 10, 2015

@Summit Country Day Sports Complex

Summit Country Day 5, Blanchester 0

(NOTE: SCD players listed first)


• Katherine Adam def Emily Speakman 6-0, 6-0

• Amaila Nichifor def Brooke Honaker 6-0, 6-1

• Amy Puffenberger def Heather O’Neill 6-0, 6-0


• Haley Bosse, Sarah Bissantz def Erin Wilson, Lilly Tedrick 6-0, 6-0

• Monica Saba, Caroline Bristow def Alexis Vestal, Megan Weber 6-1, 6-0


Miller leads CM

to Rocket Inv. title

BATAVIA — The Clinton-Massie girls golf team edged West Union by one stroke, 459 to 460, Tuesday and won the Rocket Invitational at Cedar Trace Golf Course.

Angela Miller was the tournament medalist with a 103 for the Lady Falcons.

Gwen Broderick and Kelsey Smith both shot 118s. Jezreel Forand had a 120.

Emma Filipkowski and Faith Long also played for the Lady Falcons.


Falcons top ’Cane,

now 2-0 in golf

ADAMS TOWNSHIP — The Clinton-Massie boys golf team improved to 2-0 with a 159 to 188 win over Wilmington in South Central Ohio League golf action at Majestic Springs Golf Course.

The Falcons were led by Keith Mineer, who had a 38 on the back nine at Majestic.

Drew Kienle and Max Carnavalie both had 40s. Thomas Carter carded a 42 and Cam Collett had a 43. Caleb Enright rounded out the Falcons scores with a 49.

The Falcons also were victorious in the reserve match, 203 to 205.

Nick Young and A.J. Perkins had 50s for Clinton-Massie.

Joey Marburger shot a 51 and Ryan Riggers came in with a 52. Chase Scott finished with 57 and Sam Hansen had a 63.

Other team scores were Clermont Northeastern 497, Eastern Brown 518 and Lynchburg-Clay 622.


Wildcats finish

10th at Rocket Inv.

BATAVIA — The Blanchester boys golf team finished 10th Tuesday at the Rocket Invitational at Cedar Trace Golf Course.

Alec Richardson was the scoring leader for the Wildcats with an 88 (43-45).

Connor Cook had a 108 (49-59) and Clayton Guy had a 140. Lane Heeg finished with a 156.

In the final team standings, West Union was the tournament winner with 360. Blanchester had a 492.

Other scores were Bethel-Tate 370, North Adams 373, Lynchburg 377, Eastern Brown 387, Clermont Northeastern 399, Ripley 413, Georgetown 422 and New Richmond 466.

Mitchell McElfresh of Bethel-Tate was the low individual with a 75 (35-40).

Compiled by Mark Huber

Reach Mark Huber at 937-556-5765, or on Twitter @wnjsports.

Reach Mark Huber at 937-556-5765, or on Twitter @wnjsports.