H.S. Results for 3/30: Painter gets 700th career victory

Alter edged Waynesville 3-2 in boys tennis, giving Alter head coach Charlie Painter his 700th career victory on Thursday.

Painter began coaching tennis at Carroll High School and has had stints at Franklin, Fenwick, Oakwood, Beavercreek, Alter and Wright State over his 31-year career.

Adam White defeated Daniel Papenak in first singles, and Aiden Faessler and Austin Schockman picked up victories to help Alter sweep the singles portion.

The teams of Ryan Teeters/Ben Muth and Seth Sturgill/David Muth both notched wins in the doubles matches for Waynesville.

Alter improved to 3-2.

Boys Tennis

Moeller 4, Fairmont 1: Murad Nawaz earned a 6-2 6-1 win in first singles but Fairmont fell to Moeller in this OTCA Tournament match.

Tecumseh 3, Urbana 2: Mitchell Foland and Christian Hunt each notched singles wins for Tecumseh. Abe Angles had a win in third singles for Urbana.

Valley View 5, Chaminade Julienne 0: Justin DeVilobiss beat Will Marchall (6-2 6-2) in the first singles match and Chase Midkiff and Ian Barnett also had singles wins for Valley View.

Fenwick 5, Ross 0: Dylan Sagan rallied with a 10-7 tiebreaker to beat Justin Bolin in first singles. Matt Page and Tim Erhart also notched singles victories for Fenwick.

Badin 5, Monroe 0: Noah Connaughton and the doubles team of Evan Golden and Johnny Schaller swept their matches for Badin.

Xenia Legacy Christian 4, Carroll 1: Ethan Croucher won his first singles match by scores of 6-1 and 6-4 and Morgan Bryant won in third singles by scores of 6-4 and 6-2 for XLC.

Baseball

Centerville 10, Troy 4: Alex Firsdon picked up the win, Joey Hecht notched the save and Jared Lieberman doubled and had a RBI for Centerville in the road win.

West Carrollton 5, Dayton Christian 2: Noah Martin doubled at the plate and earned the win on the mound and Hunter Hughes plated a pair of runs for West Carrollton.

Springboro 4, Western Brown 0: Tyler Kean tossed six innings of shutout ball, striking out eight, and Justin McConnell and Ryan Little each drove in a run to pace ‘Boro.

Oakwood 19, Monroe 9: Hugh Conard picked up his first win of the season on the mound for Oakwood.

Southeastern 17, Greeneview 0: Andrew Lyons struck out five in a no-hitter over five innings and Wes Earles went 3-for-4 and drove in five runs for Southeastern.

Northeastern 2, Mechanicsburg 0: Aaron Phillips punched out ten in the win and Mac Davis and Connor Obee each went 2-for-4 for Northeastern. Caleb Newsome struck out ten for Mechanicsburg.

Tri-County North 11, Bradford 1: Tanner Booth struck out six and earned the win on the mound and went 3-for-4 with three RBI. Bo Hendrickson also went 3-for-4 with two RBI for TCN.

Arcanum 8, Twin Valley South 5: Wade Meeks went 2-for-3 with four runs scored and collected the win on the mound for Arcanum. Ben Sease and Evan Atchley drove in a pair of runs apiece to contribute to the win.

Miami East 4, Mississinawa Valley 2: Cameron Coomes plated a pair of runs and Adam Ott collected two hits to lead East. Cody Dirksen went 2-for-3 with a run scored for Mississinawa.

Softball

Lebanon 12, Hudson 1: Molly Osborne and Alex Gibson both homered and drove in two, Chloe Allen tallied a triple and three RBI and Kat Frank struck out eight to pick up the win on the mound for Lebanon.

Miamisburg 10, Kings 1: Aubrey Azbill paced Miamisburg, scattering five hits and punching out six and also going 2-for-3 with a home run. MacKenzie Frantz was 3-for-4 and Emily Kepple was 2-for-4 with two RBI for ‘Burg.

Fenwick 12, Middletown Christian 2: Annabelle Thomas went 3-for-3 with a home run and seven RBI and Jessica Finley picked up the win on the mound for Fenwick, scattering three hits and striking out five.

Monroe 19, Oakwood 0: Alexis Arnold was 4-for-4 with three RBI and Faith Hensley and Sarah Eschmeyer each went 3-for-3 with three RBI to lead Monroe. Kylie Neff had a pair of hits for Oakwood.

Kenton Ridge 14, Springfield 0: Carly Turner struck out eight and went 2-for-4 with two home runs and four RBI to lead KR. Sierra Williams was 2-for-2 for Springfield.

Greenon 5, Fairborn 4: Taylor Rice was 2-for-3 with a pair of RBI and Riley Davis also went 2-for-3 for Fairborn in the close loss.

Fairbanks 5, Triad 4: Brianna Eaton was 2-for-3 and Abby Ehrenborg was 2-for-4 in a losing effort for Triad.

National Trail 4, Franklin Monroe 1: Ariel Lee and Kerestin Nugent each went 3-for-3 with a RBI and Elizabeth Glander picked up her first win on the mound for NT.

Mississinawa Valley 12, Miami East 11: Mississinawa scored twice in the top of the seventh to tie the game then added five runs in the eighth to take the lead.

Boys Volleyball

Alter 3, McNicholas 0: Josh Kabel racked up 29 assists with eight digs, Jason Hascher had 12 kills and four blocks and Andrew Rose added eight kills with five aces for Alter.

SCORES LIST

Baseball

Wednesday’s Late Results

Eaton 5, Bellbrook 0

Thursday’s Results

Arcanum 8, Twin Valley South 5

Centerville 10, Troy 4

Fairmont 16, Tecumseh 0

Fenwick 7, St. Henry (KY) 5

Franklin 4, Waynesville 1

McNicholas 4, Landmark Christian 2

Miami East 4, Mississinawa Valley 2

Northeastern 2, Mechanicsburg 0

Oakwood 19, Monroe 9

Ross 11, Winton Woods 1

Southeastern 17, Greeneview 0

Springboro 4, Western Brown 0

Summit Country Day 8, CHCA 1

Tippecanoe 11, Danbury 1

Tri-County North 11, Bradford 1

Vandalia 8, Padua Franciscan 3

Wayne 6, Piqua 1

West Carrollton 5, Dayton Christian 2

Yellow Springs 3, Stivers 1

Softball

Wednesday’s Late Results

Lehman Catholic 13, Miami East 3

Northmont 16, Fort Walton Beach 0

Waynesville 9, Dixie 5

Thursday’s Results

Alter 11, West Carrollton 0

Arcanum 16, Twin Valley South 1

Edgewood 4, Vandalia 2

Fairbanks 5, Triad 4

Fenwick 12, Middletown Christian 2

Franklin 7, Waynesville 0

Goshen 11, Mount Healthy 0

Graham 7, Versailles 0

Greenon 5, Fairborn 4

Harrison 8, East Central 5

Kenton Ridge 14, Springfield 0

Lebanon 12, Hudson 1

Little Miami 10, Glen Este 3

Lockland 16, Princeton 15

Madison 10, Hamilton 2

McAuley 6, Oak Hills 5

Miamisburg 10, Kings 1

Mississinawa Valley 12, Miami East 11

Monroe 19, Oakwood 0

National Trail 4, Franklin Monroe 1

Southeastern 10, Greeneview 3

Troy 11, Wayne 1

Boys Tennis

Wednesday’s Late Results

Valley View 5, Franklin 0

Valley View 3, Waynesville 2

Thursday’s Results

Alter 3, Waynesville 2

Badin 5, Monroe 0

Beavercreek 5, Lebanon 0

Fenwick 5, Ross 0

Finneytown 3, Harrison 2

Greeneview 5, Northridge 0

LaSalle 3, Northwest 2

Oakwood 3, Milton-Union 2

Springboro 3, Bellbrook 2

Sycamore 5, Lakota East 0

Tecumseh 3, Urbana 2

Troy 5, Fairborn 0

Valley View 5, Chaminade Julienne 0

Valley View 3, Beavercreek 2

Xenia Legacy Christian 4, Carroll 1

OTCA Tournament

Moeller 4, Fairmont 1

Boys Volleyball

Thursday’s Results

Alter 3, McNicholas 0

Fairfield 3, Colerain 0

Fairmont 3, Roger Bacon 0

Track & Field

Wednesday’s Late Results

Skyline Open

At Elder

Boys

Team Results: 1. St. Xavier 145; 2. LaSalle 128; 3. Elder 79; 4. Loveland 64.5; 5. Fenwick 49.5; 6. Winton Woods 45; 7. Walnut Hills 14; 8. Northwest 9; 9. Moeller 4; 10. Oyler 2.

Girls

Team Results: 1. Seton 17; 2. Mother of Mercy 119; 3. St. Ursula 109; 4. Fenwick 78; 5. Winton Woods 44; 6. Northwest 22; 7. Walnut Hills 9; 8. Seton 1.

Ross Relays

At Ross

Boys

Team Results: 1. Oak Hills 133; 2. Anderson 104; 3. Ross 72; 4. Hamilton 71; 5. Taylor 66; 6. Eaton 48; 7. Harrison 43; 8. Madison 30.

Girls

Team Results: 1. Oak Hills 118; 2. Anderson 87.5; 3. Harrison 87.33; 4. Ross 77; 5. Taylor 70.33; 6. Madison 53.33; 7. Hamilton 53.33; 8. Eaton 25.5.

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