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Josh Seeman scored a team-leading four goals as Olentangy’s boys lacrosse team notched an impressive 14-9 win over rival Orange Friday night in Lewis Center.

Seeman was on his game, but he had plenty of help, too. Blake Bower and Andrew Kaylor each scored three goals while Cliff Kigar finished with a pair of goals and an assist. Zach Potter, who found the back of the net once, was the main facilitator with three assists.

Ashton Onesko and Tyler Lichten had big games for Orange, but the Pioneers’ effort wasn’t quite as balanced. Onesko scored more than half the team’s goals, finishing with a game-best five in the setback. Lichten, meanwhile, finished with a game-best four assists in the loss.

•MacGregor Roberts scored four goals and Clay Sparks finished with three, but it wasn’t enough as Sylvania Southview clipped Hayes 12-11 Friday night.

•Carter Marsch and Jhordan Lang scored while Derek Herman stopped 17 shots in the Golden Eagle goal, but host Westerville North was just too much as Big Walnut fell 13-2 Friday in Westerville.


Olentangy bumped its record to a perfect 8-0 Saturday, dropping visiting Columbus Academy 13-9 in Lewis Center.

The Braves used a strong second half to get the job done, outscoring the visitors 7-3 in the final frame to break a 6-6 halftime tie. Rachel Dietz led the way with five goals while Katie Stegmann finished with three.

Emily Petrole and Madison Barnes split time in the Braves’ goal, each finishing with five saves.

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