Lancaster 5, Reynoldsbourg 1: The Lady Gales improved their overall record to 7-3-2, 3-0 in the Ohio Capital Conference-Buckeye division in their victory over the visiting Raiders. Lancaster is 6-0-2 in its last eight games.
Lancaster scored first when Kara Weaver hit the back of the net from a distance. Olivia George then put Lancaster ahead 2-0 on an assist from Sienna Westbrooks. Lancaster took a 3-0 lead when Lily Palmer scored on a Carmen Morris assist.
In the second half, George scored his second goal of the game on an assist from Palmer. Morris then capped Lady Gales’ score with an unassisted goal to go up 5-0. Sophia Martin recorded two saves and Avery Westbrooks recorded five saves for the Lady Gales.
Fairfield Union 1, Unioto 0: Caroline Brown scored the goal and Kenedie Barnhart assisted as the Falcons took a non-conference victory over the Tanks. Bella Neal finished with two saves in goal.
Grandview Heights 4, Bloom-Carroll 2: The Bulldogs failed in their non-conference loss to the Bobcats.
Collin LaVeck scored a goal and an assist and Nick Lang scored a goal and Charlie Gombas added an assist.
Bloom-Carroll 3, Liberty Union 0: The Bulldogs swept the Lions 25-20, 25-21, 25-20 in the Mid-State League-Division Buckeye game.
Macy Lobb led BC (10-7, 5-5) with 10 kills and eight digs, Caitlyn Young had 30 assists and five aces and Mckenna Wiseman added 13 digs.
Fairfield Christian Academy 3, Harvest Preparation 0: The Knights (6-4, 5-2) edged out the Warriors 25-5, 25-13, 25-10 in their MSL-Division Cardinal victory.
Joanna Hildenbrand had 16 points and nine aces, Kelly Carpenter finished with 12 points and five aces, Emma Smeltzer had eight kills and Sylvia Ross had six kills and two blocks.
Athens 3, Fairfield Christian 2: The Knights failed in their non-conference loss 25-22, 16-35, 13-25, 25-23, 13-15.
Kelly Carpenter had 20 points, four aces, one block, 11 assists and 17 digs. Aubrey Speakman finished with 19 pts, two aces, one block, five kills and 25 digs. The other Knights who contributed to the effort were Emma Smeltzer with nine kills and Sylvia Ross with seven kills and four blocks.
The boys of the Fairfield Union advance through the district: The Falcon Boys Golf team advance through the Districts after finishing fourth in their Division II tournament at Chillicothe Jaycees Golf Course with a score of 366.
Ethan Stephenson led the way for the Falcons with and 88 and was followed by Brody Morgan (92) and Tyler Fisher (92), Gabe Boyer (94) and James Bean (102).
The Falcon Jayvee boys traveled to the Players Club to take on Teays Valley and Logan Elm and they took the win with a 204, followed by the Vikings (205) and the Braves (247).
Elijah Reed led the way with a 47 and was followed by Isaiah DeLong (50), Wesley Smith (51), James Worthington (56), Daniel Householder and Keadyn Castle (60) and Chas Cross (65).
The Lancaster Girls beat Logan: The Lady Gales and Logan both finished with a total of 216 at the Valleyview Golf Course, but Lancaster won by the fifth score.
Olivia Griffith led the Gales with a 48 and was followed by Aria Griggs (50), Aubrie Bibler (58), Brianna Kemp (59) and Denise Sherrick (61).
The Wales lost a non-conference game, 179-232, to Olentangy. Bibler led the way with 52 and was followed by Sherrick (56), Kemp (58) and Kara Weaver (66).
The girls from Fairfield Union qualify for the district: The Lady Falcon golf team competed in their section tournament at Chillicothe Jaycees and finished fourth with a 416, which qualifies them for the district game next week.
Addison Sharp led the Falcons with 89 and was followed by Sydney Belville (100), Chloe Barlow (108), Abby Evans (119) and Mimi Thomas (127).
Bexley 4, Lancaster 0: The Lady Gales were shut out in their loss to the Lions.
Lancaster 5, Athens 0: The Lady Gales swept the Bulldogs in their out-of-conference victory.
In the No.1 doubles, Mallory Thomas won 6-0, 6-0, in the No.2 doubles, Scarlett Ward won 6-1, 6-2 and in the No.3 doubles, Lilly Robinson won 6-1, 6-1. In the No. 2 doubles, Hannah Sheets and Gracyn Gagne won 6-0, 6-0 and in the No. 2 doubles, Leah Watson and Andi Green won 6-1, 6-0.