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Oct. 6. » Quincy Perrin ran for 165 yards and three touchdowns on 21 carries, but Scott fell at home to Taft 42-35 on Oct. 6. David Patrick and Alex Thurza also tallied rushing scores for the Eagles in the loss. » Simon Kenton moved to 8-0 with a 64-0 road win over Boone County on Oct. 6. The Pioneers were led by a plethora of runners in the victory. Erik Brown, Caleb Farfsing, Austin Hammack and Jon Sergent combined for 191 rushing yards and five touchdowns on 20 carries. While Simon Kenton averaged eight yards per carry, quarterback Matt Shearer threw for 125 yards and two touchdowns. » Boone County fell to 1-6 after a 64-0 loss to Simon Kenton on Oct. 6. » Holmes’ two-game winning streak was snapped after a 56-34 loss to Bourbon County on Oct. 6. » Walton-Verona posted its fourth shutout victory of the season on Oct. 6, dominating Trimble County on the road 56-0. » Holy Cross managed just 92 yards of offense in a 49-0 loss to Newport Central Catholic on Oct. 7. » Kyle Kelly ran for 149 yards and three touchdowns on just seven carries in Newport Central Catholic’s 49-0 win over Holy Cross on Oct. 7. Hunter Cain and Malaki Herndon threw just one pass each, but both throws went for touchdowns as the Thoroughbreds improved to 4-3.

Girls Soccer » Lauren Hudson, Ciara Sturm and Abby Yelton scored one goal each in Dixie Heights’ 3-0 win over Holy Cross on Oct. 2. The Lady Colonels extended


their winning streak to 10 games with a 10-0 win over Ludlow on Oct. 4. Hudson and Carson Smith combined for five goals in the victory. » Lauren Schwartz had two assists and Ryle had four different goal-scorers in a 4-1 win over Campbell County on Oct. 4. Ryle blanked Boone County 3-0 Oct. 9 in the first round of the 33rd District Girls Soccer Tournament. » Ashlyn Steward scored twice in Scott’s 5-0 win over Walton-Verona on Oct. 4. Lauren Allen scored Scott’s only goal in a 1-1 tie with Beechwood on Oct. 7. » Simon Kenton extended its winning streak to eight games with a 1-0 victory over Mount Notre Dame on Oct. 7. Jade Waters assisted Haley Dougherty for the game’s only goal and Skylin Yates posted the shutout for the Lady Pioneers. » Cat Harkins scored twice in Cooper’s 5-0 win over Shelby County on Oct. 7. Cooper edged Conner 4-3 Oct. 9 in the first round of the 33rd District Girls Soccer Tournament. » MacKenzie Kent scored both goals in St. Henry’s 2-0 win over Conner on Oct. 5. St. Henry blanked Villa Madonna 1-0 Oct. 9 in the first round of the 34th District Girls Soccer Tournament.

Boys Soccer » Ryle’s five-game winning streak came to an end after a 2-0 loss to Highlands on Oct. 3. The Raiders bounced back with a 3-0 win over Campbell County on Oct. 5, their 13th shutout victory of the season. » Campbell County fell to Ryle 3-0 Oct. 5. The Camels blanked Calvary Christian 3-0 Oct. 9 in the first round of the 37th District Boys Soccer Tournament. » Allen Jump had two assists

and Bishop Brossart had five different goal-scorers in a 5-0 win over Beechwood on Oct. 7. Bishop Brossart shutout Scott 4-0 Oct. 9 in the first round of the 37th District Boys Soccer Tournament. » Luke Panella scored twice and had an assist in Conner’s 4-0 road win over Holmes on Oct. 5. » Will Leanhart scored twice in Simon Kenton’s 3-1 win over Dixie Heights on Oct. 3. Chris Barbosa and Dyllan Goldick scored two goals each in Simon Kenton’s 10-0 win over Carroll County on Oct. 5. Christian Seger scored the Pioneers only goal in a 5-1 loss to Highlands on Oct. 7. » Nick Gish and Elias Ordonez scored in Highlands’ 2-0 win over Ryle on Oct. 3. Highlands fell to Madeira 2-1 Oct. 5. Carter Holmes scored twice in the Bluebirds’ 5-1 win over Simon Kenton on Oct. 7. » Ryan Kilmer scored Dixie Heights’ only goal in a 3-1 loss to Simon Kenton on Oct. 3. The Colonels fell to Covington Catholic 2-0 Oct. 5.

Volleyball » Ryle beat Henry Clay and McCracken County in five sets on Oct. 7. Ryle fell in four sets to Seton on Oct. 9. » Cooper beat Beechwood 18-25, 25-13, 22-25, 25-19, 16-14 Oct. 3. Cooper beat Highlands in four sets on Oct. 5. » Villa Madonna went 2-2 in the Fillie Fall Fling on Oct. 7 with wins over George Rogers Clark and Fleming County. » Boone County fell in straight sets to Scott on Oct. 5. » St. Henry tallied straightsets wins over Lloyd on Oct. 2 and Holy Cross on Oct. 4. » After going 3-3 at the Asics Challenge in Chicago, Illinois, Notre Dame beat Simon Kenton in straight sets on Oct. 3. The Pandas notched home vic-

tories over Ryle on Oct. 5 and St. Ursula on Oct. 7.

NKU Notes » Northern Kentucky volleyball put one more in the win column with a four-set victory over Horizon League foe Youngstown State, 22-25, 25-16, 25-23, 25-22. The win marked the 1,000th victory in NKU’s 42year program history. “We’re thrilled to have gotten the program’s 1,000th win. This is an outstanding accomplishment by all of the current and former players and coaches. We’re all proud to be part of the success this program has achieved,” said head coach Liz Hart. “Haley (Libs) and Kaelin (Gentile) played outstanding volleyball tonight. They did a great job terminating the ball. As a team, we did a better job in areas we worked on in practice this week.” » Northern Kentucky University Department of Athletics announced that the CW Cincinnati will air five Norse men’s basketball games this season. Viewers from across the TriState will be able to pick up the games over the air with a basic antenna or on their local cable systems. NKU’s home matchups at BB&T Arena against Morehead State on Dec. 2, Eastern Kentucky on Dec. 10, UIC on Dec. 30, Detroit Mercy on Jan. 28 and Green Bay on Feb. 10 will air on CW Cincinnati.

TMC Notes » Thomas More College had five athletes honored by the PAC in its weekly honor roll this week. Athletes include, junior setter Jenna Fessler (Fort Mitchell, Ky./Beechwood), first-year outside hitter Carlee Lambert (Cincinnati, Ohio/ McAuley), first-year forward Ashley Maples (Springboro, Ohio/Archbishop Alter), wom-

en's tennis sophomore Brooke Warden (Edgewood, Ky./Dixie Heights), nad first-year Hannah Lowman (Vine Grove, Ky./ North Hardin). Fessler received volleyball Player of the Week, helping her team continue its win streak to 13. She recorded a total of 18 kills, 101 assists, 28 digs, three blocks, and two service aces over three matches. First-year Lambert received volleyball Rookie of the Week, also contributing to the Saints' 13 in a row win streak last week. Lambert recorded 33 kills, nine digs, and four blocks over the three matches. She also averaged a .389 hitting percentage throughout the three matches. Warden received women's tennis Player of the Week for helping her team improve to 7-2 overall and 3-1 in the PAC, going 3-0 this week. Warden shut her opponent out in both the Earlham and Waynesburg matches in both singles and doubles competition. Duo Warden and Lowman are now 7-1 on the season as partners in doubles competition.

Coaching News » Ludlow High School has filled two coaching vacancies. Chris Scott will be taking over as the head coach of the softball program. Coach Scott was on the boys’ basketball coaching staff last season and will continue to serve as the JV Boys basketball coach. He has an excitement that exuberates from him and we believe the girls will feed off of this. Matt Taske from Cincinnati has accepted the baseball position. Most recently he coached at Mount St. Joseph where he served as the pitching coach. Prior to his stint at the Mount, Coach Taske was an assistant coach at Oak Hills in Cincinnati.

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