A second-half goal by Emma Bockrath led Alter to a 2-1 win over Carroll in girls soccer Wednesday.
It was Alter’s first win over Carroll in four years.
Avalee Hagerty scored first for Alter (4-3). Lyssa Engle followed with a goal for Carroll (2-3-1).
Alter plays at Bellbrook on Saturday. Carroll visits Centerville.
Centerville 5, Fairmont 0: Niki Hopkins scored three goals, including the first two of the game, to lead the Elks, who won their sixth game.
Jackie Etson had a goal and assist.
Centerville (6-1) rebounded from its only loss of the season on Monday to Cincinnati Ursuline.
Springboro 2, Fairborn 1: Jen Kellner and Kelly Williams scored for Springboro (5-1).
The Panthers have won three in a row since losing to Beavercreek on Aug. 29.
Jordan Foster scored for Fairborn (5-3).
Lebanon 2, West Carrollton 1: Megan Fennessey scored two unassisted goals for Lebanon (3-4-1). Laura Schultz scored for West Carrollton off an assist from Alex Carson.
Miamisburg 1, Xenia 1: Molly Otteson scored for Miamisburg. Xenia’s Taylor Greene tied it with 1:45 left.
Fenwick 6, Purcell Marian 0: Meghan Blank scored three goals for Fenwick (6-0-1). Emma Mati had two.
Bellbrook 6, Chaminade Julienne 0: Eric Lynch scored three goals and had an assist for undefeated Bellbrook (8-0). Cotton Phillips had a goal and an assist.
Tippecanoe 7, Ben Logan 0: Ryan Pignatiello earned his fourth shutout this year forTipp (5-1). Zack Vinski had three goals while Kevin Ryan had a goal and two assists.
Ponitz 3, Winton Woods 0: Ponitz dominated 25-6 and 25-13 in the first two sets, then hung on for a 25-23 win in the third.
Mercedes Jones had 12 kills and eight blocks for Ponitz (8-4). Lauren Littlejohn had 10 aces, Serenity Bass eight kills and Rayshawn Young 12 assists.
Tri-County North 3, Bradford 0: Tri-County North (7-1) has won three in a row since losing to Valley View on Saturday.
Centerville 155, Springfield 256: The Elks were two shots off the school record. Nina Kulkarni shot 35 while Esha Kulkarni shot 38 for Centerville.
Beavercreek 5, Carroll 0: Amy Ostrow won first singles 6-1, 6-0 to lead Beavercreek (15-2).
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