Monday’s roundup

Circleville freshman Elaina Seeley shot a program record two-under-par 34 in a nine-hole match on Monday against Teays Valley.

Audrey Keplar turned in a nine-hole tally of 45 to help lead Teays Valley to a 193-213 Mid-State League Buckeye Division win over host Circleville on Monday at Pickaway Country Club.
Circleville freshman Elaina Seeley earned medalist honors with a two-under-par 34, which set the program record for lowest nine-hole score.
Logan Elm 265,
Liberty Union 297

Olivia Huffman earned medalist honors with a nine-hole tally of 46 on Monday to help the Braves to a Mid-State League Buckeye Division win over visiting Liberty Union at Cooks Creek Golf Club.
Ellie Kidd (68), Kelsey Whittington (70) and Karlie Gray (81) rounded out scoring for the Braves.
Boys Soccer
Logan Elm 7,
Westfall 0

Logan Elm claimed its second win in three days on Monday with a 7-0 non-league shutout of visiting Westfall.
Cole Conaway led the scoring attack for the Braves with a hat trick, including scoring his first goal just 18 seconds into the match. Landon Long, Hassan Mohammed, Tabish Sheikh and Logan Makepeace each added a goal.
Long and Caleb Eplin each dished out a pair of assists and Owen Hartranft also added an assist.
Keeper Braden Sabine turned in a clean sheet for the Braves (3-1), who resume Mid-State League Buckeye Division play on Wednesday when they travel to Teays Valley.
Girls Soccer
Logan Elm 2,
Westfall 2

Logan Elm and visiting Westfall played to a non-league draw on Monday.
Riley Schultz and Sophie Stonerock both scored for the Braves, and Sydney Spires notched an assist.
The Braves (2-1-2) continue non-league play on Wednesday when they host Fisher Catholic.
Girls Tennis
Logan Elm 5,
Miami Trace 0

Logan Elm won all five courts on Monday to claim a 5-0 non-league win over host Miami Trace.
Keller Clouse turned in a 6-0 and 6-0 shutout at first singles over Miami Trace’s Savannah Wisecap, Logan Elm’s Ella Bennington prevailed 6-0 and 6-1 at second singles against Alex King and LE teammate Hope Akers recorded a 7-5 and 6-4 decision at third singles over Riley Cruea.
The LE first doubles squad of Brooke Anderson and Erin Gaskin dispatched Emma Seyfang and Kendall Elliot 6-0 and 6-1.
The LE second doubles team of Cassie Gaskin and Jerica Platz turned in a 6-0 and 6-1 decision against Dee Page and Brooklyn Riggs.
Logan Elm (6-0) resumes MSL-Buckeye play on Thursday when it hosts Circleville.

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