SIDNEY — Lehman Catholic’s boys soccer team defeated Newton 5-1 on Saturday.
Jake Emrick recorded another hat trick and provided assists on both of Lehman’s other goals. Ethan Potts and Michael Denning also scored one goal apiece for the Cavaliers, with Denning adding two assists.
“Jake and Michael were working well together again, but the big goal was the one Ethan got right before halftime,” Lehman coach Tom Wiseman said.
Newton took an early lead.
Dillon Koble scored on an assist from Jack Ballard, but Potts put in a deflection right before halftime, as the score was knotted up 1-1 going into the break.
“I told the boys at halftime that they simply were not executing any of the basic concepts of soccer play,” Wiseman said. “I’m not sure if it offended them or got their attention, but either way, the second half was much different.”
Anna 15, Emmanuel Christian 1
The Rockets blasted Emmanuel to improve to 15-0 on Saturday. Abby Gaydosh and Taylor Noll scored three goals each, Amber Stewart and Taylor Kauffmann each scored two goals, and Rylie Edwards, Marissa VanGorden, Michaela Ambos, Adrienne Endsley and Riley Gaydosh each scored one goal.
Edwards, Noll, VanGorden and Kauffmann each had two assists, while Sarah Ham had one assist.
Middletown Fenwick 3, Fort Loramie 2
Fenwick won the first two sets 25-15 and 25-14, but the Redskins battled back and won the next two 25-16 and 25-18 on Saturday. Fenwick won the fifth set 15-12 to take the match, but Loramie coach John Rodgers was pleased with his team’s effort.
“I am very happy with the way the girls responded after the first two sets,” Rodgers said. “They could have easily called it a day. It was a long bus ride and we had a tough week of conference matches. They showed a lot of resilience and toughness that we all knew was in them.”
Kenzie Hoelscher had 10 kills and Marissa Meiring had eight. Sophia Albers had 27 assists and 14 digs, while Meiring had 12 digs.
Versailles 3, Jackson Center 0
Versailles beat Jackson Center 27-25, 25-12 and 25-14 on Saturday.
Raquel Kessler had 14 kills and 10 digs for the Tigers. Katlyn Sosby had 16 digs and two aces, Elizabeth Hickey had eight kills, Caroline Frieders had four kills and 15 assists, Madilynn Platfoot had nine assists and Connor Pipke had 11 digs.
Tippecanoe 3, Sidney 1
Sidney bounced back to take the third set, but couldn’t maintain their momentum and fell to Tippecanoe in four sets, 16-25, 18-25, 25-23 and 20-25
Darien McBride led the Jackets with nine kills and Arielle Snider added seven. Snider tallied two solo blocks and a block assist. Alina Kindle and Payton Boshears led the defense with 15 and 14 kills, respectively, and Allie Herrick scrapped for seven. Carrie Nuss served 15-of-15 and dished out 26 assists, setting 123-of-123.
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