No. 1 Greeneview 7, No. 16 Northwestern 4
The Rams built a big lead before Northwestern fought back in the sixth and got the tying run to the plate in the seventh, but Hunter Brooks closed the door to pick up the save.
Trevor Moore had the only RBI hit for Greeneview on his two-run single in the third. Greeneview only had four hits, but took advantage of three walks, three hit by pitches and five errors.
Greeneview will host Preble Shawnee on Monday for a potential berth in the district finals.
No. 4 Troy Christian 14, No. 10 Legacy Christian 1
David Cancino had two hits and stolen three bases, but his run was the only one LCA could muster to end its season in sectional play.
Timothy Chavies singled at the plate and struck out two in his two innings on the mound. Legacy Christian finishes 6-10 overall.
No. 10 Big Walnut 17, No. 11 Bellbrook 7
Bellbrook’s season ends in the opening round of Division II tournament play.
No. 7 Bishop Hartley 8, No. 8 Carroll 6
Casey Frederick scored three times, Meredith Sanders twice and Maren DeLisle had the other, but Carroll lost in its tournament opener.
Olivia Mead made nine saves in net. Carroll finishes with a 10-8 record.
No. 3 Dublin Jerome 3, No. 1 Beavercreek 0
Beavercreek’s postseason run ends in the regional semifinals, losing all three sets by two points.
The Beavers were 19-6 this season and GWOC champions.
No. 5 Badin 3, No. 3 Carroll 0
Reese and Tyler Monnin both had seven kills, but Badin held off the Patriots in the regional semifinals.
Carroll ends the season with a 16-9 record.
Track and Field
Beavercreek, Bellbrook at D-I District Meet (Day 2), 5 p.m. (at Bellbrook HS)
Fairborn, Xenia at D-I District Meet (Day 2), 5 p.m. (at Troy HS)
No. 10 Beavercreek at No. 3 New Albany or vs. No. 16 Gahanna Lincoln (if nec.), 12 p.m.
Track and Field
Cedarville, Greeneview (girls only), Legacy Christian, Yellow Springs at D-III District Meet (Day 2), 10 a.m. (at Graham HS)
Carroll, Greeneview (boys only) at D-II District Meet (Day 2), 1 p.m. (at Graham HS)
Catholic Central at Greeneview, 11 a.m.
No. 14 Preble Shawnee at No. 1 Greeneview, 5 p.m. (Dist. Semis)
No. 3 Bellbrook vs. No. 1 Mariemont or No. 11 Edgewood, 6 p.m. (Reg. Semis)
No. 5 Beavercreek vs. No. 1 Upper Arlington or No. 10 Dublin Scioto, 6 p.m. (Reg. Semis)
Summer sports schedules/results needed
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Greeneview seeking varsity soccer coach
The Rams athletic program has an opening for a head coach in boys soccer.
The school is seking individuals with previous experience and expects to have teaching openings in science and social studies.
Interested candidates may contact athletic director Mark Rinehart at [email protected] .
Charity golf outing returning
After a three-year hiatus, Driving with Colleen Charity Golf Outing returns June 11 with a shotgun start at 1:30 pm. Golfers will enjoy a new venue this year, the beautiful Jasper Hills Golf Club, while helping cancer patients in Greene County.
All proceeds from the Driving with Colleen Charity Golf Outing are donated to the Circle of Victory, an amazing foundation that provides financial assistance to cancer patients living in Greene County.
Visit drivingwithcolleen.org to register for, donate to or be a sponsor of a great cause. Registration includes 18-Holes, dinner, drinks, shirt, goodie bag and a whole lot of fun while helping a friend, family member or neighbor in your community dealing with cancer.
For more information, contact Scott Abel at [email protected] .
WGC to host 36th Jr. Golf Camp
WGC in Xenia will host its 36th Annual Miami Valley Junior Golf Camp from June 12-15.
Each day the camp will run from 8:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Campers ages 8-17 will get daily instruction on stroke technique, golf etiquette, rules, as well as practice time on the range and practice greens. Each day the junior campers will also play holes on the course.
Each golfer will receive a new golf hat. The cost of the four-day camp is $170 and payment is due by June 1. Long time camp director Jim Beaver advises that campers sign up by mid-May as the camp will fill up fast as it has the past two summers.
Registration forms can be printed online and brought to the WGC pro shop, and printed registration forms are also available in the shop. For more information, contact Beaver at [email protected] .
Wright State holding volleyball camps
Kindergarten through high school students may participate in separate volleyball clinics run by the Wright State University volleyball team in June and July.
One session will be held for high school students only on June 5. All skills and separate individual skills camps will take place from June 6-9 for sixth grade through 12th together, as well as an additional all skills session from July 28-30.
A youth camp for kindergarten through sixth graders will be run on July 27.
All grades are considered as of Fall 2023. To sign up and for more information on fees and start times, visit www.raidervolleyballcamps.com .
Junior Golf Camp at Beavercreek GC
Two instructional camps will be conducted in the summer months for youth golfers at Beavercreek Golf Club.
The first camp will run from June 12-14, with the second going from July 17-19. Both will take place from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. each day.
Lunch will be provided after all sessions. Campers will also receive a pair of shoes, hat, t-shirt and a round on the golf course.
For more information on signing up, visit www.beavercreekgolfclub.com/clinics_camps/ .
Check out our website each day for all of the latest postseason results for all local schools.