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Athletics News


Posted on: September 9, 2019
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           Varsity Football kicked off their season last Friday with a 42-7 win against the Bexley Lions. The defense stayed tough throughout the whole game, limiting the opposing offensive efforts. Juniors Luke Osborn and Zane Blaisdell each had a sack, while Junior Caleb Lamb had a fumble recovery. Junior Paul Dotson helped keep the ball in our hands with an impressive interception. The Spartans benefited from touchdowns by Junior Jake Amburgy and Senior Hunter Filmore, the latter whom was named one of the top running backs in the area. The kicking duo of Junior Eli St. Pierre and Senior Sara O’Conner went 6-6 on the night. Senior captain Jaymes Bowman scored two touchdowns within minutes of each other to shut the door on Bexley in the third quarter. 
         JV Football also faced the Bexley Lions at home this past Saturday, winning to the tune of 28-8. The young team worked hard throughout the first half and came out determined to win in the second half. Both the offense and defense came up big for the Spartans that morning. The team may be young, but there is incredible talent and undeniable grit shown on the field.
         Varsity is excited to bring their talents back home to Spartan Community Field on September 6th, when they take on the Greeneview Rams. Kickoff is at 7:00 pm and tickets are $6.00. JV is on the road this week and will play on Saturday September 7th at Greeneview; kickoff is at 10:00 am and tickets are $4.00. Both teams are incredibly grateful for the continuous support from the community and are optimistic for this season!
Boys Golf 
           The Boys Golf team defeated league opponent Madison last Thursday 166-193, allowing them to remain undefeated in league play. Junior Sam Warren shot a career-low 36 against the Mohawks, while Senior Bryce Cumbow broke 40 for the fourth time this season. They faced Little Miami on Wednesday and earned a winning score of 173-188. That night’s golfers included Cumbow, Warren, Senior Joey Hobbs, Senior Bryce Daniel, and Freshman Evan Barrett. The team continued their winning streak to six-in-a-row, moving to 6-3 overall and 4-0 in the conference. 
            The team faced Dayton Christian on Thursday, and will be back in action Monday September 9th when they face off against Cincinnati Christian at Brown’s Run.
Girls Golf
            The Girls Golf team had a match against Carlisle this week, and despite the loss the team continues to improve each week. They will return to the green on Wednesday of next week when they play Valley View at Jamaica Run Golf Course.
Girls Soccer
           The Lady Spartans had a decisive 7-1 victory over Greenview on Tuesday night. Their impressive offense was led by junior Emma Whitaker (1 goal), senior Megan Handle (2 goals), junior Grace Moore (2 goals), junior Jenna Foley (1 goal, 3 assists), sophomore Maddie Beuchat (1 goal, 2 assists), and junior Hannah Gill (1 assist). The defense remained strong and senior keeper Riley Rice had an incredible 15 saves. On Thursday they had a game against Milton Union. Come out and see the Lady Spartans play on Tuesday against Madison at home & Thursday at Carlisle! Varsity games start at 7.
Boys Soccer
        The men’s soccer team had yet another successful week. They started their week off on Tuesday with a 4-0 win over Greenview. The men played Milton Union Thursday away for their next league match. They are away next week with two league matches against Madison on Tuesday and another Girls/Boys double header on Thursday at Carlisle.
Girls Tennis
            Tuesday, girls tennis claimed victory over Greenview with sophomore Ashley Tudela, Freshman Megan Rieger and Senior Katelyn Abney leading the way to the 3-2 win. Wednesday, the Spartans claimed yet another victory over Lebanon and Tudela (10), Rieger (9) and Smith (9) carried the team in their singles matches.
            As a team, they are now 2-2, and 1-1 in the league standings, with many matches still to come. Next Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, they face Milton Union, Alter, and Carlisle at home at 4:45. 
Cross Country
            The cross country team had another great showing at the Lebanon Inv. The HS girls finished in 4th place with 77 points. Hope Erbach came in 2nd overall followed by Elizabeth McKeehan (12th), Carissa Tekeste (13th), Alyza Camp (19th) and Kate Handle (31st). Next for our Lady Spartans were Ava Amato (36th), Megan Zidaroff (39th), Hannah Gill (46th), Rachel Ingle (51st), Jordan Patterson (91st) and Lexi Youtsey out of 129 girls. 
         The HS boys followed with a 3rd place finish with 113 points. Kaden Harvey placed 4th with Colin Amato in 5th followed by Trevor Camp (16th), Denver Johnson (40th) and Caden Adams (48th). Levi Morgan was next (75th) followed by Jackson Berger (80th), Eli Click (97th), AJ Seidenschmidt and Ernie Taylor coming in together in 107th and 108th out of 193 runners. Running in the open race for the HS boys was Grant Kazmeirski finishing in 37th, followed by Noah Wooldridge (43rd), Stefan Muterspaw (62nd), Ryan Leopold (65th) Gavin Price (71st), Carson Shutts (72nd), Addison Cummins (82nd), Joey Phillips and David Weaver in a race of 400 runners. 
      Their next race is in Troy behind the stadium located at 151 Staunton Rd. Troy. The race is run next to the Great Miami River and on the levy. This is the regional course for our high school runners.

HS Volleyball
            The girls swept their games against Northridge on Tuesday night. On Thursday, they played their biggest rival Milton Union and were able to defeat them in three sets. Currently, the varsity team has an impressive record of 6-1 overall and 4-0 in the league, while the JV is 3-3. Spartan Volleyball will play Brookville this Saturday at 11 am, at Brookville High School.         
JH Volleybal
            Junior High Volleyball had two matches this week, taking home a win and a loss to break-even on the week. On Tuesday night, they hosted the Franklin Wildcats at home and both the 7th and 8th grade teams took home a win. Both squads travelled to Oakwood on Thursday to take on the Lumberjills, but lost after playing a tough game. Both teams will be looking for a win on Saturday they will be travelling to Alter for a quad match 

JH Football
        Junior High Football opened their season this week with both teams taking on Valley View at home. The 7th grade team attacked early and defeated the Spartans for their first regular season win. The 8th grade team held off the Spartans for a majority of the game, but eventually fell to their opponent. Both teams will be back on the field next Wednesday at Bellbrook; 7th grade starting at 5:00 pm and 8th grade will follow.