A quick strike on Wednesday allowed host Logan Elm to record a 1-0 Mid-State League Buckeye Division boys soccer win over Circleville.
Cole Conaway headed a throw-in from Caleb Eplin past the keeper just five minutes into the match to give the Braves the lone scoring tally of the night.
Braden Sabine turned in a clean sheet with seven saves for the Braves (9-5-1), who travel to Liberty Union on Wednesday to wrap-up the regular slate.
Kylie Evans scored her first varsity goal on Wednesday to help Circleville earn a 1-1 MSL-Buckeye draw against visiting Amanda-Clearcreek.
Abby Dengler was strong in net for the Tigers (5-6-3), recording seven saves on the evening.
Circleville (5-6-3, 1-4-3) wraps up its regular-season with road trips to McClain on Saturday and Miami Trace on Tuesday.
Tigers finish ninth
Circleville finished its season on Wednesday by finishing ninth in the Division II Southeast District tournament with a team score of 388 at Crown Hill Golf Club.
Jack Holcomb led the way with 95, Wyatt Allison and Drew Meadows each shot 97 and Todd Keller turned in a scorecard of 99. Also playing for CHS was Garrett Brooks (100).
Westfall senior Jack Latham played as an individual and shot an 85.
Gallia Academy won the 10-team district tournament with a round of 341 to qualify for state. Wheelersburg senior Trevin Mault was the district medalist with a round of 74 and earned the individual qualifying spot for the state tournament.
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