WL-S knocks off Greeneview in OHC boys soccer

Citizen staff report

WL-S beat Greeneview, 5-2, in OHC boys soccer.

Tied 2-2 at halftime, the WL-S broke away with 3 second half goals to secure the team’s 6th victory against 3 defeats. Neil Markin led the Tigers’ attack with 3 goals while Ian Wolfe added 2 goals. Raiph Levan and Ethan Cole each had 2 assists for WL-S, while Christian Parker had 1 assist.

Keeper Gavin Harrison had 5 saves.

WL-S wins North golf title

WL-S placed 4th overall with a 342 in the OHC boys golf tournament but collected enough points to win the OHC North league title.

For the Tigers, Max Eggleston had an 82, Kannon Stillings an 83, Dillon Callicoat an 85, Tyler Gardner a 92, Logan Brown a 93 and Michael Frederick a 101.

Eggleston, Stillings and Callicoat earned First Team All-OHC and Frederick and Brown earned Honorable Mention.

Triad’s boys tied for 9th place.

For the Cardinals, Caleb Young had an 83, Alec Ober a 100, Creighton Bradley a 104, Austin Deere a 113, Braxton Perry a 115 and Zach Warner a 127.

CBC golf awards

Urbana’s Becca Chess was named second-team All-CBC and teammate Elaina Thomas earned a sportsmanship award.

JH football

The WL-S 8th graders defeated Cedarville, 32-0.

Nick Burden led the Tigers (2-3) on offense by throwing 3 touchdown passes: a 22- and 14-yard pass to Tanner LeVan and a 10-yard pass to Jace Wade. Burden also had a 65-yard TD run and a 2-point conversion run along with throwing 2-point conversion passes to Blayne Oder and Austin VanHoose. Wade completed the scoring with a 2-point conversion run.

On defense, Burden led the team in tackles and had an interception. Tyler Douthwaite also had an interception while Cam Strapp and Cooper Havens each had a sack.

Mechanicsburg defeated Triad, 38-14. The Cardinals were led by 7th grader Hayden Simpson who rushed for 154 yards on 11 carries, including a 55-yard TD scamper. Quarterback JC Alexander hit 5 of 12 passes for 87 yards and a 27-yard TD pass to split end Batai Lease, and also pitched a 2-point conversion pass to Dillon Hollar.

Citizen staff report

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