The Troy girls’ bowling squad picked up another victory last week with a big win over Trotwood. Rachel Darrow led the Trojans with 193-205, Casside McMullen 143-122, then individual games for Troy consisting of Jenna Stone 215, Sierra Brown 191, Kirsten McMullen 179, Alyssa Shilt 168, Jennica Funderburg 164 and A’leigha Smith 155.

For the boys’ squad, Troy was led by Aaron Stone with a 235-200, AJ Kendall 255-153, Hayden Jackson 203-150, Logan Jones 235, Landon Flory 161, Jason Shiltz 155 and Preston Jackson 138.

Troy Hockey- The Troy Trojan Hockey team was playing a league game at the Cincinnati Gardens and were taking on the St. X Bombers. The Bombers were a strong well coached team that had only lost to Springboro thus far into the season.

The first period was all Bombers with Troy only getting 2 shots on goal while the bombers had 10 shots and scored on one of those shots to take a first period lead at 1-0.

The second was all St. X again with Troy only mustering 2 shots while the Bombers scored 4 unanswered goals and took a 5-0 lead at the end of the second period.

The third period was much of the same with Troy attempting 2 more shots while the Bombers shot 11 more times and scored 1 more goal. When it was all said and done, Troy could only get 6 shots on goal compared to the Bombers 26 shots and the took the 6-0 loss.

*The Trojan Hockey team was playing at Hobart Arena against a new team that is joining the league in the Mason Comets. The Comets were coming into the game with a 9-11 record. The game was delayed briefly when the referees did not arrive and substitutes had to be found.

The first period started out fast with Troy controlling the play and the puck. Prestyn Hoefler scored at the 7 minute mark with the assist going to AJ Noll. Troy Moore scored a few minutes later with the assist going to Grant Gariety and Noll. Moore scored again just 2 minutes later to give Troy the 3-0 lead. Tyler Hess picked up the assist.

The second period was very slow and both teams had issues keeping control of the puck. Troy scored when Hoefler tapped one in on the back door with Noll picking up the assist.

The third period again was slow until Hess found the back of the net on a nice shot from the slot with John Wehrkamp getting the assist. Hoefler then got his hat trick when he scored from the goalies right side with Noll and Caleb Salazar picking up the helpers. Charlie Ryan scored on an unassisted goal to round out the scoring at 7-0 with Troy on top.

Shaemus Nevin was in the goal and stopped all 18 shots that were sent his way. Troy had 29 shots on goal. Hoefler had 3 goals. Moore had 2 goals. Noll had 4 assists. Ryan and Hess each had one goal. Gariety, Tyler Hess, Wehrkamp, and Salazar each had 1 assist.