SIDNEY — Lehman lost in high school boys tennis action at Lehman Wednesday, 5-0 to Wapakoneta.
The loss left the Cavaliers at 0-3 on the year.
“We’re are a young team playing teams full of juniors and seniors,” said Lehman coach Tim Ungericht. “But we are getting better with each match.”
Griffin West lost 6-4, 6-1 at first singles, Ryan Goettemoeller lost 6-4, 6-0 at second singles, and Sean Toner was defeated 6-0, 6-2 at third singles.
At first doubles, Sam Ritze and Malachi Bexy lost 6-3, 6-1.
The Cavaliers forfeited at second doubles.
Sidney edged 3-2
WEST MILTON — The Sidney boys tennis team lost to West Milton on Wednesday by a 3-2 final.
Sidney’s wins both came in doubles play.
At first doubles, the team of Michael Ferree and Connor Armstrong won 6-0, 6-1, and at second doubles, it was Derek Brady and Alan Davidson winning 6-4, 2-6, 6-2.
At first singles, Zac Darden lost 6-4, 6-0. At second singles, Dylan Vonderheuvel lost 2-6, 6-1, 6-3, and at third singles, Daichi Urate lost 6-4, 6-4.
Lehman 4, East 1
CASSTOWN — Lehman came from behind and defeated Miami East 4-1 in non-league girls softball action Wednesday night.
The Lady Cavs go to 2-0 on the season with the win.
“We played a good all-around game,” said Lehman coach Bill Booth. “We hit the ball, we fielded the ball with only one error, and Madeline Kirtley pitched a fantastic game.”
The Lady Cavs trailed 1-0 after two innings, but Kirtley kept East from doing any more damage. Lehman got a run in the third to tie, then plated two in the fifth and another in the seventh.
Amanda Titterington singled and tripled to lead Lehman’s attack. Allie Hall and Maddy McFarland both singled and doubled, Grace Monnin had a triple, Grace Brandt had a double, and Brogan McIver had two singles.
Kirtley finished with a four-hitter, striking out three and walking three.
Lehman`001 020 1—4`10`1
Miami East`010 000 0—1`4`2
WP: Kirtley; LP: Pettit.
Records: Lehman 2-0, ME 1-1
Minster 10, Spencerville 1
SPENCERVILLE — Minster checked the weather forecast and saw that rain chances were very high for Thursday. So the baseball game with Spencerville, scheduled yesterday, was moved to Wednesday. And the Wildcats won.
Minster rolled to a 10-1 win over the Bearcats to remain unbeaten on the year at 3-0 heading into a doubleheader Saturday against St. Marys.
The final score is deceiving because the Wildcats led just 2-1 going to the sixth inning. But they plated four in that inning, then came back with four more in the seventh.
Minster had just six hits, two of them by Peter Falk, including a double. Ben Stubbs and Alex Lehmkuhl both scored three times.
Alex Lehmkuhl relieved in the fifth inning and got the win for the Wildcats.
Minster`010 014 4—10`6`3
Spencerville`001 000 0—1`5`6
WP: Lehmkuhl (in relief).
Records: Minster 3-0, Spencerville 1-3.