Several soccer teams were in action Tuesday.
The West Liberty-Salem varsity girls team picked up their first win of the year defeating Troy Christian 3-0.
The Lady Tigers recorded a hat-trick as Delaney Jones scored all three goals WL-S.
Ava Johnson recorded two assists and Chloe Bender had one.
Defensively, Delaney Wade had one save in goal.
The Calvary Christian varsity co-ed team defeated Spring Valley 1-0.
Evan Patton scored the 20-yard strike in the second half off of an assist from Fletcher Lambert.
The Spartan defense of Lincoln Roell, Abigail Reinhard, Clay Howard, Josh Carnes, and keeper Preston Carnes held strong all game to preserve the shut-out win.
Calvary will travel to Lima Temple Thursday.
The Benjamin Logan varsity boys beat Fairbanks 1-0.
Josh Tipton scored the lone goal in the first half off a pass from Aidan Todd.
“Fairbanks is a really good program as they’ve won their league the past two years and we knew they would want to possess and move the ball,” said Raiders Head Coach Jamie Hughes.
“We’ve been working in training on disrupting that possession and moving the ball ourselves and the first half was the best we have done that so far this season. Thursday will be another challenging game at Kenton but we look forward to that game every season and we will be ready.”
The Raiders improve to 2-1 on the year.
The Benjamin Logan JV boys fell to West Liberty-Salem 6-1.
Liam Sweeney scored the Raiders’ goal.
For the Tigers, Carson Kerns and Jake Lauck each scored two goals apiece and Isaiah Reminder and Lance Campbell each scored a goal.
Campbell had two assists and Elijah Christison had one assist.
Defensively, Hunter Little tallied 11 saves in goal.
Benjamin Logan will travel to Kenton Thursday. The JV starts at 5 p.m. with the varsity to follow at 7 p.m.
Thompson, Dunlap, and Heydinger Law defeated Mary Rutan Hospital 6-2.
Scoring for TDH Law was Matthew Torsel with three goals, Fenix Walker, William Jenkins, and Kylie Lowe.
Keaton Dinovo and Zane Chiles each had an assist.
Naomi Dearwester had six saves in goal.
For MRH, Skylar Rutherford and Myles Wright each had a goal. Wright and Jackson Maus tallied an assist.