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The Yellow Springs High School boys soccer team won the Division III district championship on Thursday, Oct. 27, beating Botkins High 4–0 to secure the title. Pictured in front row, from left: Krishan Miller, Tallis Onfry-Curley, Ethan Knemeyer, Henry Smith-Heston, Jason Knemeyer, Eli Eyrich, Isaac Grushon, Grayson Horn, Sam Miller and Malik Booth. Second row, from left: Ball boy Xander Eyrich, Liam McClean, Antonio Chaiten, Ben Espinosa and Luka Sage-Frabotta. Back row, from left: Athletic Director Jeff Eyrich, Principal Jack Hatert, Assistant Coach Jared Scarfpin, Alex VanAusdal, Landon Harris, Dylon Mapes, Jia Sundell-Turner, Sammy Gilley, Hugo Wolf, Eli Matteson, Joshua Clark, Assistant Coach Augie Knemeyer, Head Coach Ben VanAusdal, Athletic Trainer Rachel Fritz, Team Manager Devon Perry and Superintendent Terri L. Holden. (Submitted photo by Michael Knemeyer)

Bulldog Sports Round-Up | Nov. 3, 2022

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SOCCER

Bulldog boys are district champs

The Bulldogs solidified another win against Botkins High School at Trotwood-Madison High School on Thursday, Oct. 27, 4–0, clinching the Division III district championship title.

Senior Eli Eyrich — currently ranked number one in the state for points scored and number two for goals netted this season, according to MaxPreps — brought in three goals, with Senior Henry Smith-Heston bringing in one. Senior goalkeeper Krishan Miller blocked four goal attempts from the opposing team, aiding the Bulldogs in racking up yet another win against a scoreless opponent.

After the win, the team returned to Yellow Springs to a waiting escort of YS Police Department and Miami Township Fire-Rescue vehicles, which led the team’s bus from Antioch Midwest to YS High School, where community members cheered them on.

At press time, the team is set to face off against Mariemont High School on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 7 p.m., at Loveland High School for the Southwest regional semi-finals; a win at the match will send the team to the Southwest regional finals.

On Thursday, Oct. 27, a number of villagers greeted the returning Yellow Springs High School varsity boys soccer team following a win against Botkins to claim the Division III district title and move on to the regional semifinals. The Bulldogs were escorted by members of Miami Township Fire-Rescue and the Yellow Springs Police Department. (Photo by Jessica Thomas)

 

CROSS-COUNTRY

Sundell-Turner competes at regionals

Competing for the fourth year in a row at the regionals, Cheyan Sundell-Tuner finished in 21st place at the Troy Regionals. Cheyan capped off a fine four-year career as she became the first YSHS female cross-country runner in recent memory to qualify for the regionals for four consecutive years.

—Coach John Gudgel

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