Included are articles for soccer, volleyball and the SHAC boys golf tournament.

Saturday, Sept. 14

BOYS SOCCER: Tigers shut out Southeastern

The McClain Tigers defeated the visiting Southeastern Panthers Saturday by a 5-0 score at McClain Field in Greenfield.

MHS had two goals scored by Braeden Bergstrom, while Lyle White, Haydon Hice and Raymond Daugherty all scored one goal each.

Next for MHS is a home match on Tuesday, Sept. 17 against rival Hillsboro at 5 p.m.

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GIRLS SOCCER: Lady Tigers take down 6-5; set school wins record

The McClain Lady Tigers set a program wins mark on Saturday by winning their fourth game of the season, defeating the Southeastern Lady Panthers, 6-5 at McClain Field.

MHS trailed by a 5-3 score at halftime.

Kerigan Pollard led MHS with four goals, followed by Payton Pryor and Kayla Anderson with one goal each. Anderson broke the 5-5 tied score with the game-winner with under 2:00 left in the match.

Next for MHS is a home match on Tuesday, Sept. 17 against Hillsboro.

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Friday, Sept. 13

GIRLS SOCCER: Lady Mustangs shut out SHAC foe West Union

On Friday night (Sept. 13) the Lynchburg-Clay Lady Mustangs defeated the West Union Lady Dragons by a 6-0 score in a game shortened to one half due to inclement weather.

In the Southern Hills Athletic Conference match, the Lady Mustangs were led by Sierra Benney with two goals, and with one goal each were Kaylee Lunsford, Olivia Balon, Raelynn Ruble and Paige Flowers.

The win by LC makes them 2-0-2 in the SHAC this season, and overall they are 3-1-3.

Next is a non-conference match against the visiting Western Brown Lady Broncos at 5 p.m. at LCHS.

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VOLLEYBALL: LCHS volleyball falls in 4 sets to North Adams

The Lynchburg-Clay Lady Mustangs hosted the North Adams Lady Green Devils in a Southern Hills Athletic Conference match Friday night, losing in four sets to the visitors.

The first set saw LC fall by a 25-23 score, but LC rallied back in set two with a 25-22 win. In the third set, it was North Adams winning, 25-11, and in the fourth set the Lady Green Devils won at 25-17.

With the loss, the Lady Mustangs are now 3-7 overall and 3-3 in the SHAC. North Adams improves to 10-1 overall and 8-0 in the SHAC.

Next for the LCHS is an away SHAC match at West Union on Monday, Sept, 16 with JV starting at 5 p.m.

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BOYS GOLF: SHAC Tournament (2 Days)

On Tuesday, Sept. 10, the first round of the 2019 boys SHAC golf tournament was held at Hilltop Golf Course, where after one day the West Union Dragons were in the lead with a 162 score. Next came Manchester and North Adams tied at 170, followed by Peebles at 174.

Other scores in the first round were Fairfield (178), Ripley (179), Lynchburg-Clay (186), Eastern (198) Whiteoak (198) and Fayetteville (289).

Fairfield scores were: Ryland Donley (44), Bryson Simmons (46), Wyatt Willey (44), Conner Priest (44) and Noah Allering (61).

Lynchburg-Clay scores included Jordan Wills (40), Brayden Eversole (45), Ian Waits (53) and Elliott Richardson (48).

Scores for Whiteoak included: Zach Harless (39), Clay Risner (49), Carson Emery (56), Ian Griffith (55) and Trey Bogart (55).

The medalist for the event was Luke Hayslip of Manchester with a score of 37.

The second day of the SHAC golf tournament was held at Buckeye Hills, where Jonathan McDowell of West Union was the medalist with a score of 36 for the event.

Team scores saw West Union and Manchester each card a 162, followed by Lynchburg-Clay at 175 and North Adams at 177. Other team scores included: Fairfield (180), Peebles (189), Whiteoak (193), Eastern Brown (195) and Ripley (200). Fayetteville didn’t have a team score.

Scores for Fairfield were: Donley (47), Simmons (42), Willey (48), Priest (43) and Allering (63).

Lynchburg-Clay scores included: Willis (39), Eversole (42), Waits (46), Richardson (48) and Kameron Robinson (79).

Whiteoak score were the following: Harless (40), Risner (45), Emery (54), Griffith (54) and Bogart (55).

After two days, the team scores are: West Union (324), Manchester (332), North Adams (347), Fairfield (358), Lynchburg-Clay (361), Peebles (363), Ripley (379), Whiteoak (391) and Eastern (393). Fayetteville has only one team score for the two-day event at 289 in round one.