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Sidney’s Carrie Nuss sets the ball for the Lady Jackets in their game against Greenville Tuesday night at Sidney Middle School. She had an outstanding game, with 34 assists and five ace serves.

Sidney’s Carrie Nuss sets the ball for the Lady Jackets in their game against Greenville Tuesday night at Sidney Middle School. She had an outstanding game, with 34 assists and five ace serves.


Staff report

Sidney took care of Greenville in Greater Western Ohio Conference North Division volleyball at Sidney Middle School Tuesday, winning 3-0 to end the regular season.

The Lady Jackets, who won 25-8, 25-18, 25-13, finished 2-3 in the North for fourth place and are now 8-10 overall heading into the GWOC tournament.

The game Tuesday started after Sidney recognized seniors Adrienna Cook and McKenzie Lambdin.

Carrie Nuss was lethal on the service line, finishing with five aces. Kiana Calvert and Lambdin added two aces apiece.

Amanda Thomas had a strong game at the net with 12 kills, and Cook added 11. Grace Shell had seven kills.

Lambdin also led the defense with 15 digs, and Nuss and Thomas added eight apiece. Nuss also handed out 34 assists.

The junior varsity also won in two to finish their season with an impressive 14-4 record.

Payton Boshears had six ace serves and Jada Rowland had seven kills and four blocks. Alina Kindle added four kills and Maddie White led the defense with nine digs and also dished out 16 assists.

Final North standings — 1. Troy 5-0 (17-0), 2. Vandalia 4-1 (8-8), 3. Piqua 3-2 (9-8), 4. Sidney 2-3 (8-10), 5. Greenville 1-4 (1-16), 6. Trotwood 0-5 (1-12).

BOYS SOCCER

TROTWOOD — The Sidney High boys soccer team rolled to an easy 10-3 win over winless Trotwood in Greater Western Ohio Conference North Division action at Trotwood Tuesday.

The Jackets move to 1-1 in the North and are now 7-2-2 overall with St. Marys coming to Sidney tonight.

“Our first rotation did not play the majority of the game,” said coach Daniel Wicks. “We were able to give a lot of younger players the opportunity to get some varsity minutes and I was pleased with how they responded. There is always room for improvement and we will look to make some improvments before our game with St. Marys.”

Luke Rees, Quentin McKenzie and Preston Crall all had two goals apiece for the Yellow Jackets, and Gage Fridley, Gavin Miller, Ben McClain and Dakota Wenrich all added one goal apiece.

McClain, Nathan Miu, Will Wallace, Riley Kittle and Evan Burden all had assists.

North standings — 1. Vandalia 3-0-0 (10-1-0), 2. Piqua 1-0-1 (6-5-1), 3. Troy 2-1-0 (8-3-0), 4. Sidney 1-1-0 (7-2-2), 5. Greenville 0-2-1 (5-6-1), 6. Trotwood 0-3-0 (0-9-0).

BOYS GOLF

SPRINGFIELD — Anna competed in the Division 2 Sectional Boys Golf Tournament Tuesday at Reid Park in Springfield and placed eighth with a 369. Only the top four teams advanced to the district, and they were Springfield Shawnee, Greenon, Northeastern and Ben Logan.

Anna was led by County Player of the Year Zach Watren with an 86. Eli Kuck shot a 93, Ross Pulfer 94 and Ryan Smelewski 96.

Final team standings (top four to district) — 1. Springfield Shawnee 337, 2. Greenon 341, 3. Northeastern 352, 4. Ben Logan 359, 5. Northwestern 360, 6. Miami East 368, 7. West Liberty Salem 368, 8. Anna 369, 9. Greeneview 369, 10. Kenton Ridge 375, 11. Graham 386, 12. Waynesville 400, 13. Urbana 404, 14. Indian Lake 416, 15. Blanchester 418, 16. West Milton 433, 17. Northridge 563.

Medalist — Grant Engle, SS, 77.

Individual qualifiers — Kley Karadak, Miami East, 81, Kyle Glaser, Northwestern 81, Trevor Johnson, Waynesville 83, Dillon Callicoat, WL Salem 83.

CROSS COUNTRY

NEW MADISON — The Houston boys took first place out of 10 teams Tuesday in the Tri-Village Cross Country Invitational.

The Wildcats finished with 40 points to beat out Miami East with 62.

Houston had three of the top five finishers, with Troy Riley placing third in 18:23, and freshmen Ethan Knouff and Tristin Friestuhler finishing fourth and fifth in 18:26 and 18:27, respectively.

Parker Cox gave the Wildcats four in the top 10 by placing ninth in 18:51, and Houston’s fifth runner was Dakota Francis, 19th in 19:36.

Girls

Houston did not have a full team in the girls race, but had two of the top 10. Morgan Ely was seventh in 21:46 and Hollie Voisard ninth in 22:20.

Kaitlyn Ellison was 35th and Addie White 47th.

Junior high

Houston had three junior high boys finish in the top 10, leading the team to a runner-up finish behind Eaton.

Ethan Holbrooks was fourth in 12:30, Caden Holbrooks fifth in 12:21 and Blake Jacobs seventh in 12:33. Joseph Earl placed 23rd and Patrick Meiring 28th.

Final boys team standings1. Houston 40, 2.Miami East 62, 3. National Trail 82, 4. Arcanum 82, 5. Franklin Monroe 168, 6. Tri County North 161, 7. Eaton 194, 8. TV South 212, 9. Bradford 218, 10. Greenville 243.

Sidney’s Carrie Nuss sets the ball for the Lady Jackets in their game against Greenville Tuesday night at Sidney Middle School. She had an outstanding game, with 34 assists and five ace serves.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/09/web1_SHSvolley.jpgSidney’s Carrie Nuss sets the ball for the Lady Jackets in their game against Greenville Tuesday night at Sidney Middle School. She had an outstanding game, with 34 assists and five ace serves.
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