The JV boys golf team ended their season on Saturday on a high note in the CHL Tournament at Meadow Links against Wyoming, Indian Hill, Mariemont, and Seven Hills. They came out victorious, shooting a 162, beating the field by a narrow margin. Ben Hemmelgarn was the tournament medalist, shooting a 36, followed by Clay Scherer with a 39. It was a great way to cap off a successful season.
Turpin’s Lady Spartans met up with Lebanon’s Lady Warriors on Saturday morning. The Spartans had to put their Homecoming plans on the back burner so they could focus on a threatening opponent. Turpin came out strong in Game 1 and put the Warriors in their place with a final score of 25-14.
The Lady Spartans defeated Glen Este, 3-0; and St. Ursula, 2-1, to improve their regular season record to 6-1-3 (2-0-1, ECC).
It was an exciting night for Turpin as they took on the Kings on their turf. Although the Spartans were able to defeat the Knights earlier this month in three games in Turpin territory, it took our ladies 5 games to overthrow Kings on their ground. The night started out with Kings taking the lead early on in Game 1.
The Turpin football, boys and girls soccer, girls tennis, volleyball teams are a combined 22-0 against its foes in the Eastern Cincinnati Conference this season, as the Spartans have dominated nearly every sport and are No. 1 in 5 of the 7 team sports which have standings. Even though the girls soccer team did tie a game, the five teams have not lost a game all season.
The Turpin Spartans -- ranked No. 9 in the state AP polls -- went to 5-0 on the season with a 31-17 win over the Glen Este Trojans, who were ranked No. 10. Bennie Stoll passed for 169 yards and two touchdowns and Luke Bohenek rushed for 205 yards as the Spartans remained atop the Eastern Cincinnati Conference at 2-0 with Withrow, whom they will play this Friday.
The boy's varsity golf team raised their season record to 11-6 after defeating Glen Este and Walnut Hills at Stillmeadow Country Club on September 24. Cash Renfro continued to stay hot and earned medalist honors with a low score of 40. Other scorers were Jacob Breth with a 43, and Collin McAninch and Connor Lambert with 44s.