Mason boys, girls 2nd in GMC golf tournaments

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Mason boys, girls 2nd in GMC golf tournaments

The Mason boys and girls golf teams finished second in the Greater Miami Conference tournaments behind Lakota East.

Lakota East claimed the girls title with a two-day total of 659, six strokes ahead of Mason.

Junior Julanna Zhang led the girls with a 75-75-150. Sophomore Mullika Pandit was second for Mason with a 88-84-172, one stroke better than freshman Catherine Zhang’s 90-83-173. Madison Vinson carded an 84 on day one in finishing with a 175. Seniors Darby Clark and Rachel Bush rounded out the scoring with a 180 and 182, respectively.

The Mason boys missed knocking off Lakota East by 11 strokes, finishing with a 607.

Junior Jack Soper led the boys with a 73-75-148 while classmate Cameron Madden was second with a 73-78-151. Senior Emj Galang was third man with a 78-74-152 and Charles Woodson rounded out the top seven with a 77-80-157.

Junior Jake Amann carded a 158 and Tyler Vinson rounded out the scoring with a 164.

Volleyball won three matches outside of Greater Miami Conference play, winning the title at Brecksville with wins over Gilmour Academy in two sets before sweeping Brecksville.

Mason concluded the weekend with a 3-0 win over Anderson.

The Mason boys soccer team improved to 4-0-0 in the GMC with a 4-0 win over Hamilton before falling to 6-4-1 overall with a 2-1 loss to St. Xavier.

The girls soccer team outscored Lebanon and Ursuline Academy 4-0 in going 2-0-0 during the week to improve to 6-2-2.

The girls tennis team, ranked second in the state, claimed a trio of 5-0 wins over Beavercreek, Middletown and Indian Hill to improve to 16-2 overall and remain perfect at 7-0.

Kings: The girls golf team claimed the Eastern Cincinnati Conference title with a 322 at Western Ponds.

Loveland was second with a 346

Alex Swayne turned in the low score for the Knights with a 322.

Leah Swayne was second with a 81 with Beckah Baumlein finishing with a 86, Kayla Matson a 91 and Kelsie Ballew carded a 92 to round out the scoring.

Skylar Carr finished with a 102 for the Knights.

The volleyball team moved to 5-3 in the ECC with wins over Walnut Hills and Withrow.

The boys soccer team moved to 3-1-0 in the ECC with a 6-2 win over Harrison and a 7-0 win over West Clermont.

The girls soccer team fell to 1-3-0 in the ECC after dropping a tough 1-0 decision to West Clermont.

Little Miami: The boys and girls golf teams finished third in the Southwestern Ohio Conference tournaments.

The boys were third at Miami Whitewater with a 361.

Nico Pallotta led the Panthers with a 86. Sabby Sims and Thomas Sweeney each turned in 90s while Trenton Butz and Jacob Gevedon each finished with 95s. Junior Tyler Cooper finished with a 99.

The girls team finished with a 429 at Miami Whitewater to finish third in the conference tournament.

Alex Gomez led the Panthers with a 79. Mati Cummins was second for Little Miami with a 108. Abby Titzer carded a 114 with Kaley Reynolds finished with a 128 and Kelsey Farrell had a 129. Sarah Blevins finished with a 141.

The Panther volleyball team rebounded from their lone loss of the season with a 3-0 SWOC win over Mount Healthy.

Mount Healthy scored a total of 31 points in the three sets, including just five in the third set as Little Miami moved to 7-0 in the SWOC and 11-1 overall.

The boys soccer team remained in the hunt for the conference title with a 3-1 win at Northwest before pounding Clinton-Massie in non-conference action 8-0.

The girls soccer team improved to 10-2-0 overall and 4-0-0 in SWOC play with a 3-2 win over Harrison after knocking off Milford 1-0 in non-conference action.

Lebanon: The Lebanon volleyball team climbed back to .500 and improved to 4-2 in the Greater Western Ohio Conference in its lone match of the week.

The Warriors defeated Fairmont in three sets to improve to 7-7 overall and 4-2 in the GWOC National West Division.

The boys soccer team recorded its first GWOC win, knocking off Springfield 3-0 to improve to 1-2-2 in the National West Division and 2-4-2 overall.

The girls soccer team dropped a 3-0 decision to perennial state power Mason before improving to 3-1-1 in the GWOC with a 8-0 win over Springfield.

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