SIDNEY — Sidney freshman Khia McMillen broke a school record and tied a state record in the Yellow Jackets’ 7-0 win over Trotwood-Madison on Wednesday. McMillen had five assists in the victory, which ties her for second all-time in Ohio High School Athletic Association records.
Elaine Wiesenmayer scored five goals for Sidney and Kayli Smith and Carly Dean had one each. Dean had the shutout at goalie, her fourth of the season. Wiesenmayer has scored 19 goals this season, five more than any other player in the Greater Western Ohio Conference.
Wiesenmayer also leads the conference with 11 assists, while McMillen is second with 10.Wiesenmayer originally was credited for four assists during a game against West Carrollton on Aug. 23, but Sidney coach Kevin Veroneau said he reviewed the film of the game and discovered she had five.
Wiesenmayer will be tied with McMillen and 19 others for having five assists in a game. The state’s all-time assists record is six, which five players have done.
Sidney (6-1-1) hosts Tippecanoe on Saturday in a key conference match. The Red Devils are 5-0 in league play, while Sidney and Troy are 4-0. The Yellow Jackets play at Troy next Wednesday.
Sidney 175, Greenville 189
Kyle Noble led Sidney with a 37 on Wednesday. Jared Lindsey had a 43, Ben Spangler had a 46, Mitchell Larger had a 49, Spencer Karn had a 51 and Patrick McClain had a 52.
The Yellow Jackets improved to 7-4 in match play. Their next game is Tuesday against Piqua at Shelby Oaks Golf Course.
“The guys were hitting the ball great,” Sidney coach Bill Rippey said. “We played a tough course (Turtle Creek) and we still shot some low scores. I was proud of all of them. Kyle was on fire and he is peaking at the right time. Up next is Piqua, and we want revenge.”
Lehman’s match at Lima Shawnee was postponed to next Wednesday due to rain.