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The finest group of Varsity runners to walk through Moeller's doors enjoyed one of the most remarkable seasons ever! A season that will be remembered by the smashing records. Eight of our finest ran a Sk under 17 minutes; and three--Luke Beurelein, Sam Sharp, and Brad Babiak each broke 16 minutes. Phenomenal! At nearly every Meet, Moeller took home a 2nd place trophy-earning the Varsity its highest ranking ever at 5th in the State polls and in the final poll we ranked 6th. However the most extraordinary part of the season was the close-knit family that was formed in team spirit. Each week prayer services were held, praying for special intentions and offering a decade of the rosary. And in addition pasta dinners were enjoyed each week. This season was especially important four our seniors. The Moeller Cross Country team embodied many things this year, most importantly: a family.

Sophomore Michael Auciello proved himself to be Varsity

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17:51 finish at the Voice of America Invite.

Front Row: Scott Carroll, Mark Tranovich, Brad Meyer, Luke Holden, Ben Kanoza Second Row: John De Nicola, Alex Nshimori, Sam Sharp, Matt McMasters, Robert Coby, Max Schneider, Brad Babiak Third Row: Scott Alexander, Matt Hook, Kyle Staples, Danny Frost, Ryan Strizak, Robert Melvin Fourth Row: Jack Heekin, Michael Auciello, Matt McWilliams, Daniel Gramme!, Robert Warning, Andy Badinghaus, Mike Gertz Fiftb Row: Chris Walter, Chuch Gable, Mike Davidson, Chris Babcock, Erich Schrader, Dale Daniels Sixth Row: Charlie Stout, Luke Beuerlein, Will Korst, Jake Gibbemeyer, Ed Roberts Seventh Row: Coaclze.f Ryan Patterson, Kevin Kohls, Henry Jacquez, Brian ·•Patch" Adams, MD. and Jeff Babiak

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Varsity Runner Luke Beurlein enjoyed a

profitable season that included setting the school 5k record of a 15:36. And he also acheived the highest finish in a State Meet--6th place! A talented runner and artist, Luke has much to look forward to as he enters his Senior year next fall.

Danny for a second year in a row. He has always been a model of leadership and has shown this through outstanding academic, athletic, and moral decisions. He finished the

season with a personal best of 16:42 in the 5k. Congratulations on an outstanding year.

The Varsity team, coaches, and a group of JV runners took a trip down to the Great American

Cross Country Carnival in North Carolina.

The Results: VARSITY

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*The Varsity.team wa~ runner-~p I HenryJacquezlnvite. for the first time ever In Moeller s Lakota East Invite. history at the District Races held at · Tiffin Carnival Vmcc ofAmenca Park Middletown

Sam Sharp helped the Cross Country team grow so much over the last two years. His involvement, dedication. and love for the sport allowed for out team to see the two most fruitful seasons ever at Moeller. A captain. a leader. a true runner. Sam Sharp will always be number one and he'll go far in life. Thanks for everything. PERSONAL BEST TIME of 15:54 in the 5k.

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*For the first time ever in school history we had all seven VarsiLy runners under 17:00 minutes! And Lhree runners broke 16:00: Luke Bcurelein, Sam Sharp, & Brad Babiak.

Malone Ail Ohio Catholic Varsity "B" Great American GCI...'s Districts Regionals

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*Slale Qualifier Luke Beurclein Look 6th at the State Meet.

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2003 CROSS COUNTRY BANQUET SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2003

Chris Babcock Brad Babiak Andy Badinghaus

SENIORS Thorsten Bendowski Matthew Hook John DeNicola Sam Sharp Danny Frost

Luke Beuerlein Charles Gabel Michael Gertz Will Korst

JUNIORS Matt Me Williams Alex Nishimori Ed Roberts Max Schneider

Charlie Stout Chris Walter Rob Warning

SOPHOMORES Michael Davidson Jake Gibbemeyer JackHeekin Matt McMasters

Robert Melvin Kyle Staples Ryan Strizak

FRESHMEN Luke Holden BenKanoza Brad Meyer

Erich Schrader Mark Tranovich

JR.IDGH Dustin Hinken Holden Marsh EJ Miller

Alex Rogan Adam Wallander

Scott Alexander Michael Auciello Dale Daniels

Scott Carron· RobertCoby Danny Grammell

Zach Agricola Joe Albers

Mr. Kevin Kohls (Head Coach) Mr. Henry Jacquez

BANQUET SCHEDULE:

6:00PM 6:10PM

COACHES Dr. Brian Adams Mr. Ryan Patterson

Mr. JeffBabiak Mr. Wayne Wheeler (Jr. High Coach)

Gathering and Socializing Welcoming - Coach Kevin Kohls Prayer- Coach Henry Jacquez Introductory Remarks - Mr. Barry Borman, AD Dinner Season Commentary- Coach Henry Jacquez Junior High Individual Awards - Coach Wayne Wheeler Freshman Individual Awards- Coach Ryan Patterson Jr. Varsity Awards- Sophomores- Coach Jeff Babiak Jr. Varsity Awards- Juniors/Seniors- Coach Brian Adams Varsity Individual Awards- Coach Kevin Kohls Senior Addresses


2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Highest State Ranking Ever! (5th) Final Poll ranked 6th.

• Eight Runners under 17:00! Previous high was 6 set in 2002. I

• Three Runners under 16:00! lrevious high was 1.

• School Record in 5K set by Luke Beuerlein! · ~ew record 15:36, old record held by Kevin Schwarz 15:42..

• Freshman Record in 5K set by Brad Meyer! ~uns 16:48 at Fr. Rudy finishing second in Open Race. '

• Luke Beuerlein has highest finish ever at State- 6th place! I

• Best team finish ever at Districts - 2nd place! I

• first ever individual District Champion AND Runner-up! !Luke Beuerlein

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3rd Henry Jacquez, 1st Lakota East, 2nd Tiffm, 2nd Middletown, ind Malone, 2nd Districts I

·~ • Most runners on the team -CJW I 7 ~ • iI 7 runners earn 1st honors in 1st quarter!

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Scott Alexander, Michael Auciello, Chris Babcock, Brad Babiak, Robert Coby, Michael Davidson, Danny Frost, Jake Gibbemeyer, Danny Grammell, I }\'ill Korst, Matt McMasters, Matt McWilliams, Ed Roberts, Erich Schrader, Sam Sharp, Ryan Strizak, Chris Walter.

• ~3 runners earn 2~d honors in 1st quarter! Andy Badinghaus, Thorsten Bendowski, Luke Beuerlein, Scott Carroll, John DeNicola, Michael Gertz, Jack Heekin, Luke Holden, Matt Hook, Ben Kanoza, Brad Meyer, Max Schneider, Kyle Staples.


\ 2003 VARSITY TEAM RESULTS Henry Jacquez Place Team Middletown A 1 2 Kings A MOELLER 3 Elder A 4 5 St. Xavier Wyoming A 6 Carroll 7 Turpin 8 St. Henry 9 10 Loveland 11 Mason A 12 Colerain 13 Middletown B 14 Elder B 15 Kings B 16 Mason B

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46 63 93 109 162 175 189 190 232 263 274 320 410 424 434 490

Lakota Invitational Place Team ~ 1 MOELLER 79 2 Elder 89 3 Fairfield 116 4 Beavercreek 127 5 Turpin 182 6 Wyoming 187 7 Taylor 208 8 Lakota East 212 9 St. X 228 10 Lakota West 251 11 Harrison 279 12 Mason 283 13 Winton Woods 292 14 Sycamore 315 15 Oak Hills 358 16 Princeton 495

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Place

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

Malone Team ~ Wooster 56 MOELLER 80 Canton GlenO! 127 Padua 174 Massilon Jacks 190 Louisville 195 Marlington 219 Stow-Munroe F 226 Tallmadge 289 Chardon 318 University 323 Sylvania 345 Parkersburg 364 Cuyahoga Fall~ 368 Willoughby Sol 417 Firestone 444 Canton McKinh 447 Wadworth 463 Canfield 483 Barberton 492 Eastlake North 513 Geneva 570 Massillon PelT} 602 Painesville Riv1 679 Green 688 Poland Semins 703

Place

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

St. Bernard Hamilton

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Great American Team ~ The Woodlands 99 Denver West 162 Mountain View 187 Shenendehowa 187 Middletown 216 Bishop Kenny 233 Christian Brothel 251 Provo 289 Brookwood 298 Winter Park 304 Webb School of 313 LaSalle 323 Henderson 341 346 Wooster Wachusett 346 South View 356 Catalina Foothill: 358 Kingwood 369 Denver West 372 MOELLER 390 Desert Vista 394 Amherst Region; 571 Salesianum Sch 581

Tiffin Invitational Place Team 1 Kings 2 MOELLER 3 North Canton Hoover 4 Bedford 5 Toledo Central Catholic 6 Reynoldsburg GlenOak 7 Massillon Jackson 8 Medina 9 10 St. Ignatius 11 St. Johns 12 Ashland 13 Fairmont 14 Sylvania Northview 15 Tiffin Columbian 16 Avon Lake

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Wayne Kenston Sylvania Southview Fremont Ross North Royalton Berea Vandalia Butler Lakeside

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Middletown Place Team Middletown 1 2 MOELLER 3 Reynoldsburg Copley 4 5 Centerville 6 Lakota East Turpin 7 Fairmont 8 Taylor 9 10 Wayne 11 Lebanon 12 Harrison 13 Centerville B 14 Vandalia Butler 15 Walnut Hills 16 Middletown B

Place

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Place

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GCL Team St. X LaSalle MOELLER Elder

Regional Team Middletown Cin. St. Xavier Kings Mills Kings Cin. LaSalle MOELLER Beavercreek Centerville Cin. Elder West Chester Lakota Kettering Fairmont Liberty Twp. Lakota Fairfield Troy Huber Heights Wayne Xenia Vandalia Butler

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Districts Team St. Xavier MOELLER Fairfield Lakota West Sycamore Mason Loveland Colerain Princeton Talawanda Amelia

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State Team ~ Cin. St. Xavier 76 Middletown 99 Wooster 119 Kings Mills Kings 147 Reynoldsburg 159 Cin. Lasalle 161 Tol. Central Cath. 192 250 Lakewood Canton Glenoak 254 Massillon Jacksor 261 Gahanna Lincoln 262 Hilliard Davidson 273 Strongsville 287 Hudson 288 Worth. Kilbourne 289 Cle. St. Ignatius 335

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2003 Moeller Cross Country Results HJ Invite Lakota Luke Bauerlein Brad Babiak Sam Sharp Danny Frost Mike Auciello Brad Meyer Matt McWilliams Matt Hook Mike Gertz Andy Badinghaus Jack Heekin Alex Nishimori Thorsten Bendowski Ed Roberts Ryan Strizak Jake Gibbemeyer Max Schneider John DeNicola Charlie Stout Robert Melvin Kyle Staples Chris Babcock Michael Davidson Rob Warning Dale Daniels Chris Walter Chuck Gabel Scott Alexander Will Kerst Robert Coby Dan Grammell Luke Holden Mark Tranovich Erich Schrader Scott Carroll Ben Kanoza

16:19.3 16:48.9 16:19.1 17:25.8 17:56.0 11:22.3 17:54.4 18:38.9 19:45.5 18:15.2 19:42.5 20:37.4 20:01.9 21:08.6 20:33.4 22:29.2 19:59.4 20:45.2 20:03.9 21:50.3 20:56.4 21:45.3 21:47.0 21:24.0 21:52.4 24:36.8 12:00.3 13:20.7 13:37.2 15:27.8 14:34.5 15:49.1 15:53.5 HJ

Holden Marsh Joe Albers Zack Agricola Adam Wallander ~.J. Miller ·Rogan 1-Jinken

13:31 13:57 16:11 16:22 16:21

15:57 16:45 15:57 17:04 17:51 17:36 16:48 19:14 18:01 18:17 21:51 19:00 19:46 19:43 20:07 19:11 19:30 19:32 19:38 20:15

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15:50 16:23 16:22 16:58 17:53 17:47 16:50 19:28 19:24 18:10 19:06 20:10

16:03 16:30 16:43 17:34 17:48 17:41 17:51 18:04 18:56 18:22 18:18 19:01

20:31 20:39 20:44 20:48 22:57

19:43 20:32 20:01 20:42 19:45 19:28 21:59 19:56 21:07 21:42 21:49 21:08 21:49 21:52 25:04

19:06 20:06 19:49 20:40 19:35 19:08 20:44 20:59 20:41 20:55 20:45 22:21 21:16 21:43 24:11

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19:49 21:36 24:10 24:30

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17:21 19:08 17:57 18:05 19:04 19:18 19:27 20:03 19:59 19:38 19:39 19:20 19:33 20:19 20:20 20:47 20:46 21:21 20:56 21:13 23:44 26:55 20:16 20:59 21:02 24:54

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16:48

18:46

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19:02.5 21:11.6

18:17 19:22

19:33.3 19:29.2 20:48.0 20:22.2

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State

15:36 15:54 16:08 16:42 16:42 17:05 16:49 17:17 17:40 18:07 18:38 19:17 18:24 18:39 18:43 18:48 18:54 19:08

15:55.2 16:36.2 16:03.4 17:10.5 17:53.0 17:19.8 17:10.8 16:58

15:57

20:40 20:48 23:32 23:44 21:24

19:52.2 19:56.4 20:44.8 20:41.3 21:44.5 21:17.8 21:18.1 21:38.9

19:44 20:26 19:38 20:03 20:30 20:55 21:19 21:37

24:07 21:35 24:15

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24:28 11:26 11:30 12:13 13:13

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15:57 16:48 17:02 16:43 17:13 16:53 17:10

15:43 24:49

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12:12 13:35 14:01 15:17 14:33 14:28 15:25

12:29 13:31 13:34 14:04 14:47 14:47 14:55

24:18 Hamilton

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City

12:26 14:28 14:06 14:56 14:49 14:53 15:12

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St. Xavier's the early pick, but rivals are close behind cgj;Jia3 By Dave S{hutte

best state finisher (32nd), will lead seniors Sam Sharp, Matt Hook, Brad Babiak and Danny Frost A quick look at the upcoming 5. Elder: The Panthers lost five seniors to graduation but return season: Mitch Frey, a state qualifier as an individual last year. He will be joined by Alan Eccard, Mike Galvin, Tony Bianco and Philip Threm. 1. St. Xavier: The Bombers were expected to challenge for a state championship, but Tommy Balmat and Josh Walters are out in1. Wyoming: The Cowboys redefinitely with stress fractures. The pressure will be on senior Dan Bird turn five starters from a 2002 team and juniors Randy King, Ricky King that was lOth at state. Junior Harold Jones, Wyoming's top state finisher and Joe Keating. 2. La Salle: Paul Colardo, a in 2002, is back, along with seniors fourth-year starter, is expected to Ian Smith, Lucas Nebert,.]eff Holead a team that has been state run- well and Eric Reckman. ner-up the past three years and fea2. McNicholas: The Rockets tures seniors Kyle Dragan, Wtlliam competed in Division I last year and Keckeis and Andy Bittner, and ju- will rely on standout Kevin Hackett, nior Daniel Heister. along with returning starters Jared 3. Middletown: Jeff See, one of Bickel, Steven Gammeter, Dustin the best junior runners in the coun- Edwards and Alex Petre. 3. New Richmond: Randy Wiltry, will anchor a team that finished seventh at last year's state meet and liams will anchor a young but talincludes seniors Michael Veatch, ented team. 4. Badin: Sophomore Robert Evan Dehart, Adam Becker and Lakes will lead the way, along with Malcolm Tipton. 4. Moeller: The Crusaders re- seniors Alex Pauley and Matt turn six of the seven runners who Leuthold. led them to a 14th-place finish at 5. Taylor: Mark Miller, who sta_):e. Junior Luke Beuerlein, their was 21st at state, will lead a squad

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Five team to watch (Big schools)

5 teams to watch (Smaller schools)

that returns Joe McCarthur, Kyle Crofford and Paul Sullivan from last season's Division II district winner.

Top talents 1. Jeff See, Middletown: He is a heavy favorite to win the individual state championship. 2. Michael Veatch, Middletown: A senior, he finished less than one second behind See at last year's state meet. 3. Tommy Balmat, St. Xavier: If this senior, who finished less than one second behind See and Veatch at state last year, recovers from a stress fracture, he could challenge them. 4. Steve Schwartz, Lakota East: One of the biggest surprises at the state meet (20th), the senior is vastly improved. 5. Josh Walters, St. Xavier: Recently diagnosed with a stress fracture, he might have a tough time equaling last year's 22nd-place finish at the state meet 6. Mark Miller, Taylor: He was 22nd at last year's state meet

Tournament trail Oct. 11: League meets Oct. 18: District meets Oct. 25: Regional meets Nov. 1: State meets

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Boys cross country all-stars ~~:!J~MillilU•'

ALL-STARS DI RUNNER OF THE YEAR

Jeff See IDDLE1DWN The junior won the state championship in a time of 15:40 and led the Middies to a second-place team finish.

Dll-III COACH OF THE YEAR

Chip Dobson TAYLOR His Yellowjackets boys were ranked high in the state all season and led Cincinnati Division II teams with a seventhplace finish at state.

DI COACH OF THE YEAR

Larry Merkel ST..XAVIER

Dll-III RUNNER OF THE YEAR

Mark Miller TAYLOR

His Bombers won the state championship, joining his 1998 and 2000 St. Xavier teams as Ohio Division I champions.

The senior had the best individual finish (30th) among Cincinnati runners at the Division II state meet, with a time o 16:59.

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ALL-STARS

ALL-STARS

FIRST TEAM

Michael Veatch MIDDLE10WN

The senior finished third at the state meet in a time of 15:50, and helped the Middies·to a second-place Division I team finish.

FIRST TEAM

Luke Beuerlein MOELLER The junior fin- · ished sixth at the Division I state meet in a time of 15:57.


THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER

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PAll-STARS DI COACH OF THE YEAR

Larry Merkel

DLETOWN

His Bombers won the state championship, joining his 1998 and 2000 St Xavier teams as Ohio Division I champions.

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Chip Dobson His Yellowjackets boys were ranked high in the state all season and led Cincinnati Divis on II teams with a seventhplace finish at state.

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DI COACH OF THE YEAR RUNNER OF THE YEAR

Ron Russo

Emily Thompson

TAYLOR

LOVELAND

COLERAIN

TAYLOR

The senior had the best individual finish (30th) among Cincinnati runners at the Division II state meet, with a time o 16:59.

The freshman won the state championship in a time of 18:22, which was 12 seconds ahead of the runner-up.

He guided the Cardinals to a ranking of No. 1 in the city and a state runner-up team finish.

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FIRST TEAM

Luke Beuerleln

Michael Veatch iMIDDLElDWN

TAYLOR

DI RUNNER OF THE YEAR

Sarah Leeper

Mark Miller

ST. XAVIER

The junior won the state championsh'p in a time of 15:40 and led the Middies to a second-place team finish.

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Brittany Detzel

FIRST TEAM

Jenny Homan

COLERAIN

ANDERSON

The junior finished third at the Division I state meet in a time of 18:35, leading Colerain to a runner-up team finish.

The senior finished seventh in the Division I state meet in a time of 18:43.

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FIRST TEAM

Josh Walters

Matt Wine bar

Kevin Stone

ST. XAVIER

KINGS

FAIRFIELD

The senior finished seventh at the Division I state meet in a time of 15:59, leading the Bombers to the state team championship.

The junior finished 11th at the Division I state meet in a time of 16:04, leading Kings to a fourth-place team finish.

The senior finished 13th at the Division I state meet in a time of 16:09.

FIRST TEAM

FIRST TEAM

Carolyn Rauen

Casey Keefer

TURPIN

LAKOTA EAST

The senior finished eighth in the Division I state meet in a time of 18:44, leading Turpin to a fourth-place team finish.

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Jamie Roflow

The sophomore finished 12th in the Division I state meet in a time of 18:54.

McNICHOLAS The senior finished fourth in the Division II state meet in a time of 18:58, leading McNii cholas to a third-Ljpl,..ac._e-t-te'"'"a""m"''!l""nish.

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ALL-STARS

FIRST TEAM

Tommy Balm at

Rick King

Randy King

ST. XAVIER

ST. XAVIER

ST. XAVIER

The senior finished 15th at the Division I state meet in a time of 16:14, helping the Bombers win the state title.

The junior finished 16th at the Division I state meet in a time of 16:14, helping the Bombers win the state title.

The junior finished 20th at the Division I state meet in a time of 16:22, helping the Bombers win the state title.

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Emily Macleod MT. NOTRE DAME The sophomore finished 13th at the Division I state meet in a time of 18:59.

FIRST TEAM

Maggie Chaney

Lauren Beachy

KINGS

WINTON WOODS

The sophomore finished 14th at the Division I state meet in a time of 18:59.

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The freshman finished 24th at the Division I state meet in a time of 19:18.

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All-STARS FIRST TEAM

FIRST TEAM

Paul Calardo

BOYS: Kings- Will Rover, Tony Matheus, Cody Ackenman, Tommy Morgan; Lakota West- Taylor Candella; La Salle- Kyle Dragan, Bill Keckeis, Andrew Bittner; Lemon-Monroe- Seth Darrell; Middletown - Adam Becker; St Xavier- Brendan Ruberg; Sycamore -Jules Rosen.

LASALLE The senior finished 30th at the Division I state meet in a time of 16:30, leading the I ~n,..o~ tn o

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HONORABLE MENTION

GIRLS: CHCA - Kelsie Eberty; Colerain - Erin Ragouzis, Mandl McCullah, Meggie Schmidt, Bryn Winters; Uttle Miami- Kelly Goode; Mercy- Ellen Knopf; St. Ursula- Ainsley Schroeder, Emily Shaw; Turpin -Caitlin Bisbing, Meredith Jaworek, Olivia Jaworek; Ursuline- Jessica Davlin. .............

All-STARS FIRST TEAM

FIRST TEAM

Angela Bizzarri

Theresa Ross

MASON

URSULINE

The sophomore finished 25th at the Division I state meet in a time of 19:18.

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St. Xavier's the early pick, but rivals are close behind best state finisher (32nd), will lead seniors Sam Sharp, Matt Hook, Brad Babiak and Danny Frost. A quick look at the upcoming 5. Elder: The Panthers lost five season: seniors to graduation but return Mitch Frey, a state qualifier as an individual last year. He will be Five team to watch joined by Alan Eccard, Mike Gal(Big schools) vin, Tony Bianco and Philip Threm. 1. St. Xavier: The Bombers were expected to challenge for a 5 teams to watch state championship, but Tommy Balmat and Josh Walters are out in- (Smaller schools) 1. Wyoming: The Cowboys redefinitely with stress fractures. The pressure will be on senior Dan Bird turn five starters from a 2002 team and juniors Randy King, Ricky King that was lOth at state. Junior Harold and Joe Keating. Jones, Wyoming's top state finisher 2. La Salle: Paul Colardo, a in 2002, is back, along with seniors fourth-year starter, is expected to Ian Smith, Lucas Nebert, Jeff Holead a team that has been state run- well and Eric Reckman. ner-up the past three years and fea2. McNicholas: The Rockets tures seniors Kyle Dragan, William competed in Division I last year and Keckeis and Andy Bittner, and ju- will rely on standout Kevin Hackett, nior Daniel Heister. along with returning starters Jared 3. Middletown: Jeff See, one of Bickel, Steven Gammeter, Dustin the best junior runners in the coun- Edwards and Alex Petre. try, will anchor a team that :finished 3. New Richmond: Randy Wilseventh at lastyear's state meet and liams will anchor a young but talincludes seniors Michael Veatch, ented team. Evan Dehart, Adam Becker and 4. Badin: Sophomore Robert Malcolm Tipton. Lakes will lead the way, along with 4. Moeller: The Crusaders re- seniors Alex Pauley and Matt turn six of the seven runners who Leuthold. led them to a 14th-place finish at 5. Taylor: Mark Miller, who state. Junior Luke Beuerlein, their was 21st at state, will lead a squad

By Dave Schutte

Enquirer contributor

that returns Joe McCarthur, Kyle Crofford and Paul Sullivan from last season's Division II district winner.

Top talents 1. Jeft'See, Middletown: He is a¡ heavy favorite to win the individual state championship. 2. Michael Veatch, Middletown: A senior, he finished less than one second behind See at last year's state meet. 3. Tommy Balmat, St. Xavier: If this senior, who finished less than one second behind See and Veatch at state last year, recovers from a stress fracture, he could challenge them. ' 4. Steve Schwartz, Lakota East: One of the biggest surprises at the state meet (20th), the senior is vastly improved. 5. Josh Walters, St. Xavier: Recently diagnosed with a stress fracture, he might have a tough time equaling last year's 22nd-place finish at the state meet. 6. Mark Miller, Taylor: He was 22nd at last year's state meet.

Tournament trail Oct. 11: League meets Oct. 18: District meets Oct. 25: Regional meets Nov. 1: State meets


15:53,4. Winebar 16:19, 7. Rover 16·.27, 14. Ackerman 16:4 7, 19. Morgan 16:56) 2. La Salle 58 (5. Heisterl6:25, 6. Dragan 16:26,8. Keckeis 16:39,18. Colardo !6:54, 21. Bittner17:03) 3. Elder98 (2. Frey 16:12, 11. Kramer 16:45, 25. Eccard 17:07, 28. Heidemann 17:14, 32. Glandon 17:18) 4. Lakota East 132 (3. Swartz !6:!8, 13. Peters 16:46, 16. Fisher 16:50,50. Keeferl7:54, 52, Vincent 17:54). Olhen: 5. Turpin 139, 6. Anderson 170, 7. Harrison 184, 8. Winton Woods 20!, 9. Milford 220, 10. Oak Hills 221. 11. Walnut Hills 269, 12. Western Brown 375, 13. Norwood 412. Individual Qudllen: 9. Bullock (Winton Woods) 16:40; 10. PerTY (Winton Woods) 16:44; 15. Kleiner (Harrison) 16:48; 17. Fenner (Andersoo) 16:51; 20. Pitz (Walnut Hills) 17:02; 22. Humke (Turpin) 17:04; 24. Petro (Turpin) 17:05; 26. Kiracofe (Turpin~ 17:10; 27. Pucillo (Anderson) 17:12; 30. Rernmele (Turpin) 17:15; 31. Rasfeld (Anderson) 17:17; 34. Talbert (Milford) 17:25; 35. Peppers (Oak Hills) 17:27; 37. Boutelle (Turpin) 17:34; 38. Welling (Oak Hills) 17:35; 39. Clay (Mi:ford) 17:35.

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TNm Standlnp: !. Wyoming 60 (2. Nebe~ !6:38, 3. Jones !6:46, 10. Smith 17:24, 17. Howell 17:36, 28. Weintrub 18:10) 2. Taylor 62 (!. Miller . !6:37, 4. McAMur 17:08, 13. Crofford 17:28, 19. · Tripplett 17:42, 25. O'Brien 17:55) 3. McNicholas 84 (11. Tekulve 17:24, 12. Hackett 17:27, 14. Murphy 17:31, 23. Petre 17:52, 24. Gammeter 17:52) 4. Badin 188 (8. Lakes 17:23, 39. Hubbard 18:43, 43. Baumann 18:59,53. NoM 18:43,56. Graf!9:51) 5. Clel'nont NE 190 (5. Jones 17:16, 37. SmM 18:39, 44. Ray !9:02, 48. Ray 19:22, 68. Loch 20:38). llllten: 6. Indian Hill 192, 7. Goshen 205, 8. Mariemont 211, 9. Roger Bacon 2!2, 10. Blanchester 227, II. Anneytown263, 12. NewRichmond3!2, 13. Be!hei-Tate339, 14. Purtell Marian 348, 15. Utile Miami365. Individual quallllen: 6. Singenon (Goshen) 17:18, 7. Austin (Mariemont) 17:19, 9. Peelman (Purcell Marian) 17:23, 15. McKieehan (Utile Miami) 17:31, 16. Stidham (Blanchester) 17:34, 18. Wagner (Sl Bernard) 17:39, 20. Kauffmann (Mariemont) 17:47,21 EdWards (Indian Hill) 17:49, 22. R. Leslie (Indian Hill) 17:49, 27. M. Leslie (Indian Hill) 18:0!, 29. Rossman (Goshen) 18:10, 31. Kostoff (Finneytown) 18:16, 32. Williams (New Richmond) 18:26, 35. Dna (Ross) 18:34; 36. Hughes (Ciinton-Massie) !8:38; 40. Ashby (Reading) 18:47; 41. Wallace (Bethel-Tate) 18:49; 42. Putman (Blanchester) !8:49; 45. Hasler(Finneytown) 19:10;46. Werie (New Richmond) 19:19; 47. Gore (Mariemont) 19:21. DIVISION Ul Tap 2 t..s -' Slndlwlduals qualfy

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Tum Standlnp: I. Sl Bernard 84 (2. Crank 17:17, 17. Cash 19:17,23. L Crank 19:30,24. Clark 19:32, 26. Schmid 19:48) 2. CHCA 89 (12. Ta~or !8:51, 16. Beatty 19:15, 19. Neyer 19:25, 21. Colyer 19:29, 30. Chapman 20:00) Olhen: 3. CCC 90, 4. Madeira 91, 5. LemonMonroe 114, 6. Franklin 16!, 7. Middletown Christian 167, 8. Summit 172, 9. Ripley 177, 10. Fayetteville 222, II. Seven Hills 256. lndiwldual quaiHioro: I. Oanell (Lemon-Monroe) 16:40; 3. Partin (Summn) 18:09; 4. Kistinger (CCC) 18:!6; 5. Dooley (Madeira) 18:22; 6. Minter (Madeira) 18:24; 7. Elkins (Franklin) 18:36; 8. Cahall (Ripley) 18:37; 9. White (CCC) 18:42.

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T-Standlngl: I. Turpin 49 (4. Rauen !8:45; 6. M. Jaworek 19:23; 9. 0. Jaworek 19:36; 14. Nienhaus 19:51; 16. Bisbin& 19:57\ 2. s~ u""''" &2 \7. Schroeder 19:24; 10. Shaw 19:39; II. Sha&ena 19:42; 13. Scherer 19:46; 21. Meiners 20:08) 3. Mason 117 (1. BIZzani 18:07; 12. Aaherty 19:45; 22. Koehler 20:14; 24. Dooley 20:23; 58. Lower 21:55) 4. Mercy !46 (8. Knopf 19:36; 27. WiM 20:50: 36. Yauch 21:00; 37. Schoerrield 21:04; 38. Rieder 21:06) 5. Ml Notre Dame !54 (3. Macleod 18:38; 11. Dewitt !9·58; 33. Neumann 20:56; 39. Satzger 21:08; 63. Gramke 22·.13) 1111ten: 6. Kings !77; 7. Seton 189; 8. Oak Hills 191: 9. Princeton 213; 10. Winton Woods 217: II. walnut Hills 265; 12. Lakota West 309. . .............. Quallfton:2.Chaney(Kings)18:33 ;


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HIGH SCHOOLS Boys Cross Country HONORROU

OMsionl TopTon School Points 1. Middletown (9) .................................... 90 2. Kings........ ............•................ 3. La Salle............................................... 4. St. Xavier................................ 5. Elder ...................................... 6. Moeller.................................... i. Fairfield............................................... 8. Sycamore............................................ 9. T~rpin .................................................. 10. Lakota East........................................

77 74 61 49 47 39 24 16 14

Top nones Time 1. Matheus. Kings .................................. .. 15:25 2. Frey, Elder .......................................... . 15:45 3. Dragan, LaSalle .................................. .. 15:52 4. Calardo, LaSalle ................................ .. 15:58 5. Erwin, Lakota West .......................... . 15:58 6. Heister, LaSalle ................................. .. 16:02 7. Winebar, Kings .................................. .. 16:11 8. Rover, Kings ..................................... .. 16:12 9. Morgan, Kings: .................................. .. 16:13 16:16 !D. Keckeis, LaSalle ....................... .. Oirisions 11-111 School Top Ton Points 1. Wyoming (6) ....................................... 60 2. Taylor.................................................. 54 3. McNicholas.......................................... 48 4. Badin........... ...................................... 39 5. Clermont NE ......................... 33 6.1ndian Hill. .....:..................................... 32 7. Mariemont.......................................... 27 8. Roger Bacon........................................ 16 9. Madeira.............................................. 14 10. St. Bernard........................................ 6 Top nones Naone, School r1. Nebe~. Wyoming .................................. 16:12 2. Jones, Wyoming ...............,................... 16:25 3. Howell, Wyoming.................................. 16:48 4. Lakes, Badin................ ....................... 16:53 5. Tekutve, McNicholas............................. 16:54 6. Austlfl, Mariemont................................ 17:00 7. Smith, Wyoming ................................... 17:02 8. Gammeter, McNicholas......................... 17:05 9. Moller, Taylor........................................ 17:10 10. Murphy, McNicholas.......... 17:15 lleatucky School Top Ten Points 1. Lloyd (8).............................................. 80 2. St. Hemy .............. .............................. 69 3. Bishop Brossart .................................... 66 4. Scott................................................... 55 5. Dixie Heights........................................ 39 6. Campbell Coullty.................................. 35 7. Highlands ........................................... 29 B. Covington Catholic............................... 28 9. Ryle..................................................... 21 10. Boone County.................................... 14 Top nones Name, School nme 1. Koehler, Ryle........................................ 15:37 2. Granacher, Boone County..................... 15:52 3. StoppelweM, Dllde Heights................... 15:54 4. Knapp, Llcyd Mlemorlal ......................... 16:01 5. Robinson, St. Henoy..................... . 16:19 6. Sieger, St. Henoy .................................. 16:36 7. Pendleton, Boone County ...................... 16:36 8. Fowler, Ryle ......................... 16:44 9. Derrick, Highlands................................ 16:48 10. Gravely, Scott.................................... 16:51

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OMsion I TopTon School 1. Colerain (9) .................................. .. 2. Turpin ............................................. 3. St. Uosula ........................................ . 4. Ursuline .............................................. . 5. Lakota East.. ....................................... . 6. Mason .............................................. . 7. Anderson ............................................ . 8. Mercy ..................................... . 9. Sycamore ............................................ 10. Kin!>' ................................................ .

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Name, School Top Times TiiiM! 1. Leeper, Loveland.................................. 17:49 2. Detzel, Colerain .................................... 3. M. Chaney, Kings................................. 4. Ragouzis, Colerain...................... 5. Bizzarri, Mason ..................................... 6. Scherer, St. Uosula ............................... 7. K. Chaney, Kings .................................. 7. Burger, Lakota West ............................. 9. Knopf, Mercy................................. 9. Winteos, Colerain ........................ . Oirisions 11-111

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1.Taylur(4) .................................... .. 2. McNicholas (2) ................................... . 3. Wyoming ........................................... .. 4. Badin .................................................. 5. Madeira ............................................... 6. Bethel-Tate ......................................... 7. CHCA .................. . 7. Norwood ............................................ .. 9. Blanchester ....................................... .. 10. ceo ............................................... ..

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1. Roflow, McNicholas ............................. . 2. Thompson, Taylor ................................ . 3. Combs, McNicholas ............................. . 3. Robeos, McNicholas ............................ .. 5. Zoller, McNicholas .............................. .. 6. Crofford, Taylor ........................ .. 7. Matthews, Bethel-Tate ........................ .. 7. Walsh, Badin ...................................... . 9. Kraus, Taylor ................................ 10. Stanley, Taylor .............................. . Kentucky

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1. Scott (8) ....................... .. 2. St. Henoy (1) .................................... .. 3. Highlands ............................................ 4. Lloyd .................................... ,............ .. 5. Notre Dame ........................................ . 6. Bishop Brossa~ ................................... . 7. Ryle ..................................................... 8. Campbell County ................................ .. 9. Grant County ....................................... . 10. Boone County .................................. .. Top Times

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1. Dukes. Scott....................................... 19:03 2. Alcorn, Conner.................................... 19:10 3. NiepoM, Lloyd................................... 19:24 4. Dressman, Highlands......................... 19:38 5. Smith, Scott....................................... 19:46 6. Geiger, Notre Dame ...... :..................... 19:53 7. Minch, Campbell County...................... 19:53.3 8. Hansman, Highlands........................... 20:00 9. Bales, Bishop Brossart........................ 20:06 10. Siem~, St. Henoy.............................. 20:10


Cross country

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Local powerhouses dominate at district meet By John Schutte The Cincinnati Enquirer

The heavyweights of cross country squared off Saturday afternoon at the district meet at Voice of America Park in West Chester. Four of the top six boys teams in the state competed in two races. Kings, ranked No. 4 in the state, downed No.3 La Salle 45-58 in the "B"race. Tony Matheus of Kings ran a 15:53 to win the race. Matheus has won all but two races this season. "I didn't do well last year in cross country. I continued to struggle during the track season. I kept getting sick," Matheus said. "I wasn't

satisfied with how I was running, so I rededicated myself in the offseason." Matheus was one of 10 Kings rui).ners to join coach Jim Brant's mileage club over the summer. 'The kids had to run 500 miles to make the club," Brant said. "We had a disappointing season last year. The kids decided to work hard and put it together this season." La Salle coach Frank Russo was disgtisted with his team's secondplace performance. "We choked today just like we did last week at the GCL meet," Russo said. 'Two miles into the race, we had it won. The last mile

comes down to guts and courage. We ran with none today." St. Xavier, fresh off an upset victory over La Salle at the GCL meet last weekend, captured a lOth consecutive district title in the "A" race. The Bombers, ranked No. 2 in the state, beat No. 6 Moeller 4559. 'This race wasn't as dynamic as the GCL meet. We wanted to run competitively but save something for next week," St. Xavier coach Larry Merkel said. The top four boys teams and top five girls teams in each race advance to the regional meet Saturday at Troy. The top 16 boys and top 20 girls not on a qualified team

also make regionals as individuals. Merkel is confident his team can make it to a 17th straight state meet if his runners stay healthy and relaxed. Moeller's Luke Beuerlein won the race in 15:55. Tommy Balmat and Josh Walters finished third and fourth to lead the Bombers. 'This is only the third race of the season for Josh. He suffered a stress fracture in track last season, and it's been slow to heal," Merkel said. "He finished third at the Strongsville Invitational and third at the GCL, and I don't know if the leg is completely healed." The Colerain and Turpin girls each won their respective races.

The Cardinals, ranked No. 1 in the state, beat Ursuline 37-58 for their first district title since 2000. "We are loaded this year. We are ready to make a run at the state title," Colerain coach Ron Russo said. "We've worked hard to gain the No. 1 ranking in the state, and we fully expect to win." Winton Woods posted its best district meet in school history. The Warriors advanced two girls and two boys to the regional. Freshman Lauren Beachy placed fifth (19:07) and Ashlee Young finished 19th. Brad Bullock became a two-time regional qualifier with a ninth-place finish. Freshman Michael Perry finished lOth.


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The freshman won the state championship in a time of 18:22, which was 12 seconds ahead of the runner-up.

He guided the Cardinals to a ranking of No. 1 in the city and a state runner-up team finish.

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The junior finished sixth at the Division I state meet in a time of 15:57.

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The senior finished 29th at the Division I • state meet in a tine of 16:30, helping Mid' d.etown finish second as a team.

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The junior finished 20th at the Division I I state meet in a time of 16:22, I / helping the Bombers win the state title.

LASALLE The senior finished 30th at the Division I state meet in a time of 16:30. leading the Lancers to a sixth-place team finish.

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Brittany Detzel

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The junior finished third at the Division I state meet in d . time of 18:35, leading Cole• rain to a runner-up team finish.

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The senior finished eighth in the Division I state meet in a time of 18:44, leading Turpin to a fourth-place team finish.

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The junior fin- ~ ished 16th at , tt. , the Division I ,:: . : state meet in a I ~ "' , 1 Ume of 16:14, ;;, helpirg the ,~. • Bombers win the state title.

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The junior finished 11th at the Division I state meet in a time of 16:04, leading Kings to a fourth-place team finish.

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Matt Winebar

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The senior finished third at the state meet in a time of 15:50, and helped the Middies to a second-place Division I team finish.

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The junior won the state championship in a time of 15:40 and led the Middies to a second-place team finish.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2003 C9

SPOin'S

THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER

Emily Macleod MT. NOTRE

DAME The sopho' more finished : 13th at the Oivision I state meet in a time of 18:59.

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The sophomore finished 12th in the Division I state meet in a time of 18:54.

The senior finished fourth in the Division II state meet in a time of 18:58, leading McNicholas to a third-place team mish.

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Maggie Chaney

Lauren Beachy

KINGS

WINTON WOODS

The sophomore finished 14!11 at the Division I state meet in a time ' of 18:59.

The freshman finished 24th at the Division I state meet in a time of 19:1B.

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The sophomore finished 25th at the Division I state meet in a time of 19:18.

The junior finished 26th at the Division I state meet in a time of 19:18, leading Ursuline to a fifth-place team finish.


cz... HIGH SCHOOLS Today's schedule VOUEYBAU (All games begin at 7 p.m. Unless noted) Winton Woods Invitational (Uttle Miami), 9 a.m. Piqua Invitational (Lakota East, Oak Hills), 10 Fran~in tri-match, 10 a.m. Milford quad-match, 10 a.m. Pnnceton quad-match, 10 a.m. Mason quad-match, 10 a.m. Fairfield at Harrison, noon Goshen quad-match, 10 a.m. Wilmington at Xenia, noon St. Ursula at St. Ursula Toledo McNicholas at Readin!VMilford Roger Bacon at Mason Invitational, 10 am Bishop Watterson at Mt. Notre Dame, 5 pm North College Hill at Winton Woods Tourney, 9 am Mt. Healthy at Winton Woods Tournament, 9 am Wyoming at Winton Woods Tournament, 9 am Cincinnati Volleyball Fall Classic at Mercy High School (Vandalia Butler, Chaminade-Julienne, Louis~ ville Holy Cross, Covington Holy Cross, Magnificat, McAuley, Mercy, NCC, Notre Dame Academy, Solon, St Francis DeSales, St. Hemy)

BOYS SOCCER 7 p.m. unless noted)

(All games begin at

Uttle Miami at Franklin, 1 p.m. Northwest at Taylor, 3 p.m. Norwood at Western Hills, 4 p.m. loveland at Sycamore, 5 p.m. Turpin at Lakota West Milford at Amelia Hamilton at Winton Woods La salle at Oak Hills, 3 p.m. Moeller at North Central (IN), 6 p.m. Badin at Purcell Manan, 2:30p.m. Elder at McNicholas, 2 p.m. Roger Bacon at St Xavier Colerain at Lebanon Pnnceton at Huber Heights Wayne Talawanda at Greenville, 4:30p.m. Western Brown at New Richmond, 2 p.m. Vandalia Butler at Chaminade Alter at Fairmont Withrow at Seven Hills, 3 p.m. Clar1< Montesson at Deer Pari<, 3 p.m.

GIRLS SOCCER (All games begin at 7 p.m. unless noted) Glen Este at Troy, noon Norwood at Western Hills, noon Northwest at Colerain, 2 p.m. loveland at Sycamore Westerville Central at Kings, 5 p.m. Fran~in at Uttle Miami, 1 p.m. Milford at Amelia, 5 p.m. Oak Hills at Anderson, 2 p.m. McNicholas at Turpin Mercy at Walnut Hills Dublin Coffman at Lakota West! p.m. Lakota East at Mt Notre Dame Fenwick at Badin Western Brown at New Richmond, noon Franklin at little Miami Lakota West at Lakota East

BOVSGOLF Warren County Tournament (Uttle Miami, Mason, Loveland), 9 a.m. SBAAC No. 2 atTBA

GIRLS TENNIS (All games begin at 4 p.m. unless noted) Greater Cincinnati Teilnis Coaches Association Classic at TBA, 10 a.m.

CROSS COUNTRY NRHS Invitational (New Richmond, Amelia, Goshen, loveland), 9 a.m. All Ohio Catholic Championship (Alter, Elder, Roger Bacon, St Xavier, Chaminade-Julienne, St Ursula), 10 a.m. Malone Invitational (Moeller, Anderson, Mt Notre Dame), 10 a.m. Fnendship Invitational (Badin, Walnut Hills, Wilmington), 9:30a.m. Cedarville Invitational (Mason) 9 a.m. Harrison Invitational (Harrison, Winton Woods, Turpin, Northwest, Glen Este, Ross, Mariemont), 9 Pickenngton lnvi~W~~~ngs, Lakota East), to

. BOVSGOLF (All games begin at 4 p.m. unless noted) GCL Championship at Weatherwax, noon Northwest at Ross MI. Healthy at Ross


State cross country poDs COLUMBUS (AP)- Thethilll of seven weeldystate cross country polls by the Ohio Association of Cross Country Coaches (first-place YOtes): BOYS DIVISION I 1.~

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178 162 144

6. St. x..lor "'"'"'---路--7. Reynoldsburg........................... 8. N. canton Hoover..................... 9. Tol. Cent Catholic....................

104 100 87 75

2. u Slllt ...3. Klnp ......_ . _ _ _ _ _ 4. (2).............................. 5. Wooster ........_ _ .._ _ _ _

128 126

10. Follfteld - - - - - -

46

I. Ash. Edgewood (9)...................

160

2. W)olnlnll31 3. Akron St V-St Mary................. 4. CUya. Falls Walsh Jesu~............ 5. T.,., Bay Vlllage Bay........................ 6. __ .. _ _ _ _

158 137 136 85 84 82 80 77 55

DMSIONH

7. Young. Mooney......................... 8. Jefferson Area .............. ............ 9. Indian Lake.............................. 10. Bellefomaine.......................... DIVISION Ill !."MCDonald (12) ........................ 2. Versailles................................. 3. Cortland Maplewood................. 4. Bloomdale Elmwood................. 5.01d FM................................... 6. Middlefield caroinal.................. 7. Columbus Grove....................... 8. caldwell................................... 9. E. canton................................. 10. FM Loramie...........................

180 168 156 131 120 114 108 84 83 71

GIRlS

DIVISION I

I. Centelville (10)........................

178 158 155

2. Bowling Green (2) .................... 3. Colonln - - 路 - - - 4. Tllfllin .......-. 5. Massillon Jackson .................... 6. St. Unull 7. H~lialll Davidson...................... 8. N. Can. Hoover......................... 9. Upper Mington ........................ 10. Cle. St. JDSellh ....................... DMSIONH 1. T.,., 1 9 1 - - - - - 2. Lel<ington (3) ...... .,.................... 3. Ciltleville................................. 4. Cuya. Valley Christian Acad. ...... 5. Mcllicholas 6. Peny........................................ 7. Van We~.................................. 8. Minerva ................................... 9. Napoleon................................. 10. Richfield Revere ..................... DIVISION Ill I. Minster(11)............................. 2. Versailles ... ,............................. 3. FM Loramie (I) .... .,................. 4. Louisville Aquinas..................... 5. Attica Seneca E........................ 6. Bascom Hopewell-Loudon......... 7. Findlay liberty-Benton.............. 8. N. Robinson Col. Crawford........ 9. Cortland Maplewood................. 10. BeNaire ..................................

154

116 98 89 76 70 57

176 170 141 129 117 108 90 83 80 56

179 167 155 136 129 115 91 88 76 63

Cross country honor rolls BOYS DIVISION I Top 10 School ..................................................... I. Middletown (10) .................................. 2. Kings................................................... 3. La Salle............................................... 4. Moeller................................................ 5. St xavier............................................. 6. Elder................................................... 7. Fairfield ............................................... 8. Lakota East.......................................... 9.Turpin.................................................. 10. Sycamore.......................................... ToprName. School.......................................... I. Matheus. Kings.................................... 2. See, Mi!ldletown .................................. 3. Veatch, Middletown.............................. 4. Beuer1ein, Moeller.,..............................

Points 100 84 83 68 58 57 34 23 18 14 Time 15:45 15:53 15:58 16:04

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7. Rover, Kings ............................~ ........... 16:21 8. Babiak, Moeller ............................:'::._. 16:30

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School..................................................... I. Wyoming (6) ........................................

2. Taylor..................................................

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5. Clennont NE ........................................ 6.1ndian H"ll ............................................ 7. Made1ra............................................... 8. Mariemont........................................... 9. Blanchester......................................... 10. ceo.................................................. Top11aooo Name, School.......................................... I. Nebert. Wyoming .................................. 2. Miller, Taylor........................................ 3. Jones, Wyoming................................... 4. Howell, Wyoming.................................. 5. Sullivan, Taylor ..................................... 6. Smith, Wyoming................................... 7. Jones Clennont NE .............................. 8. Lakes, Badin ........................................ 9. Singleton, Goshen................................ 10. Weintrub, Wyoming............................

Points . 60 54

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35 20 19 18 10 8 Time 16:55 17:01 17:05 17:30 17:30 17:31 17:38 17:43 17:46 17:58

GIRlS

DIVISION I Top 10 School ..................................................... I. Colerain (7} ......................................... 2. Turpin .................................................. 3. St Ursula ............................................ 4. Ursuline............................................... 5.Mason................................................. 6.l.akota East......................................... 7. Anderson............................................. 8. Sycamore............................................ 9. Kings................................................... 9. Mercy.................................................. 9. Mt Notre Dame................................... Top11aooo Name, School.......................................... I. BizzaiTi, Mason ..................................... 2. M. Chaney, Kings................................. 3. Rauen, Turpin....................................... 4. Keefer. lakota East.............................. 5. Homan, Anderson ................................. 6. Macleod, Mt Notre Dame .................... 7. K. Chaney, Kmgs .........:........................ 8. Flaherty, Mason.................................... 9. M. Jaworek. Turpin ................................ 10. Bascom, Lakota East .......................... DIVISIONS II-III School..................................................... 1.Taylor(6)............................................. 2. McNicholas..........................................

Points 70 63 55 48 37 35 33 16 8 8 8 Time 18:24 18:37 18:56 18:59 19:07 19:18 19:19 19:30 19:41 20:09 Points 68 54

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Moeller High School 2003-04 Cross Country Articles  
Moeller High School 2003-04 Cross Country Articles