Page 1

)02

HIGH SCHOOLS

·- .. -- --· ---- -·----

--,-~

-~

-

·-

----- -·

r-

-•••

THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER

.... ·-··-. --- - . --- ;_;::--.·:·=·-=-=·-c.=·"=--·---=-=-==

-·••

-

-~

Boys cross country all-stars

Rl:~~FR

DIVISION I RUNNER OF THE YEAR

John Dixon

COACH OF THE YEAR

Frank Russo

RC"~~ER

OF THE '{E.\R

OF THE YE,\R

Mark Miller

Tho !1 e5hilMil

FAIRFIELD

LaSALLE

TAYLOR

----=--~.--1

The senior finished fourth at state meet in 15:40.

Led his team to a secondplace fmish at the state meet.

The Junior fm 1shed 22nd at the state meet in 16:46.

i: . .....bk I'

[,...---~).I

I '

,._..

'·-

', -· •" II ... -"'.

lf~·

a ----~--~

~lASO~

won t11e state meet 11117:47.

i I

-

'

RCX~ER

COACH OF THE YEAR

Angela Bizzarri .

~

OF THE YEAR

Steve Nester

Emily Thompson

TCRl'IN

TAYLOR

LC<l h1< team to J ser·ond

The freshman won tile st~te meet II' 18:13.

place fnliStl at ti .e state meet.

i

i

·

..__."" ____.

..::::.,

~

I

'

\~

~ -~ ~J'1

:

I

~

r~.:.~. -·. <'

I

\

t~'

L---~

~-·-:

#!,~-

2 ~.t.llit!t

.

ALL-STARS DlVISIOXS II-HI

FIRST TEAM

COACH OF THE \'EAR

FIRST TEAM

COACH OF THE YEAR

FIRST TEAM

Kyle Kowalski

Mike Jacobs

Jason Beck

WYOMING

LaSALLE

ST. XAVIER

Led his team to lOth place finish at the state meet.

The senior finished seventh at the state meet in 15:53.

The senior finIshed ninth in the state meet. !

Chip Dobson TAYLOk Led h1s team to tilt> state champ1onsf1\p.

~~-·r ;;,.,fr. • ~-,-...I'

!ft I

,.._

.

~-,...

;

!

u ._,;~j '--

Carolyn Rauen

Casey Keefer

TCRPI:'Il

LAKOTA EAST

Tl1e JUnior finIShed second in ti1e state meet m 18:01.

.l I

i{

FIRST TEA.\1

The freshman finished fifth m the state meet !n 18:25.

~-·'·; ;I,~~

ALL-STARS fiRSTTEA.\1

~·:Jii~MIJ!;J,¥ ~

ALL-STARS FIRST TEAM

Brad Neumann SYCAMORE The senior finished 11th in the state meet in 15:57.

FIRSTTEk\1

Corey Randall

Brittany Detzel

Lisa Uible

Tl'RPI~

COLERAIN

T11e senior fln-

!he sophomo~e finished

INDIAN HILL

15hecl seventh

FIRSTTEA:>.1

DIEIDWN

state 'r1eet in

1".:m.

St. XAVIER

The sophomore finished 12th in the state meet in 15:58.

The junior finished 13th in the state meet in 15:58.

FIRST TEA.\1.

Carrie Crofford

in

FIRST TEAM

FIRSTTEA~t

Michael Veatch

Steve Swartz

Josh Walters

MIDDIEIDWN

LAKOTA EAST

St. XAVIER

The junior fmished 14th in the state meet in 16:00.

The junior finished 20th in the state meet in 16:06.

19:17.

The jun1or finIshed 22nd in the state meet in 16:07.

__ _._:j

TAYLOR

n ~

,

j

~-

;

-"""tV,

• -·

Lauren Justice

~~-::-! I Tlw JU11ior k1 ISilecJ llti1 Ill ii i the state me<!t ! 4 ...... I' in 19:24.

~k~!CH<XAS

The JUniOr fmtshed e1ghth in tre staw meet

FIRSTTEA~1

FIRST TEA.\1

Jamie Roflow

FIRST TEAM

The sen1or fin. isiled third in the state meet 111 18.50.

illn 111 il. t!Je

ir: t'1C ~tat£· m~"t .:• 18:31.

Tommy Balmat

Jeff See

FfRSTTEA~1

FIRST TEA.\1

• I

I?

\

>- ~! ~~ ,·:~1 L...:_·_

.

--

_...;fi!'Y_I:.w_ ~ I

MADEIRA The freshman finished 17th in the state meet in 19:46

Jenny Homan

Andrea Maas

Maria Doerger

-:~-

COU:R \I\;

OAK HILLS

1~

The sr:nw,

Tt~~' sop~ro~

~~;l1e·!

;;·.u~e

<f

if

\

~

?

.,

L'T111n

tit8· ~~dtU t!~C!;t

r

i·118·49.

LaSALLE

ELDER

The senior finished 24th in the state meet in 16:09.

The junior finished 28th m the state meet in 16:16.

~

"~ .-~1

·- -. n

FIRSTTEA~t

fnti•:hr:i

13Utiii :im state rrec:t :_,

!

HONORABLE MENTION

Mitch Frey

I

;r•.·;.

:8:49.

Eric Mayhaus

'

I

FIRST TEA.'\.1

________________J

FIRST TEAM

...

L

·ALL-STARS

!iw ~~tdt:J cncc~ !il :.8:48.

FIRST TEA.\1

.

~~"''""'"' ·~·•·"•

,\..'iill.R '10.\'

Tony Matheus, Kings; Kevin Stone, Fairfield; Daniel Heister, La Salle; William Keckeis, La Salle; Kyle Dragan, La Salle; John Kellerman, McNicholas; Ben Showman, Fairfield; Luke Beuerlein, Moeller: Sam Sharp, Moeller; Chris Mathers, Purcell Marian; Josh Pierce, Hillsboro; Seth Darrell, Monroe; Harold Jones, Wyoming; lan Smith, Wyoming

lnJ--

---:--1

'jj}i~h·:-:·---·_~.

, ALL-STARS fTRSTTEA\1

Melanie Price 1TRPI:'\ TliP S81110f flO

ished 14th 1n the stJt\~ meet in l!l:;iO

'

I ':~--:1

~.~

f

·'!'

~._JI

HONORABLE MENTION Kelly Schwieterman, Springboro; Caitlin Shagena, St. Ursuia; Oiivia Jaworek, Turpin; Elise Bascom, Lakota East: Katharine Scherer, St. Ursula; Shannon Mersch, Lakota East; Megan Bradley, Lakota East: Erika Schmitt, Wyoming; Casey Lariccia, Taylor: Cristy DolL Taylor; Sara Schmidt. Taylor; Caitlyn Fey, Wyoming; Angie Zoller, McNicholas; Jenifer Stanley. Taylor; Megan Robers, McNicholas; Sarah Luthman, Madeira; Courtney Engel, Reading.

. I

I


t , .

.

.

. ,

,

BEN WALPOLE/STAFF

Mclell,er High School 1s Sam: Sharp sprints the. fiJ:tal yards 'ot the Ir. ....,...... Catholic League boys cross country meet Oct.· 5 at Run Park. $harp was the top crusader finisher, placing • · · · ·-- · · ' overall.

Moeller·· tla$ed_,thiici- at-:~ts

Division.! ~~trict m~t to ad~~~e \ to regionals. : I fJ .- ~ (; .~:rt ' Sam Sharp led'M;oelle! ~~:a 116:29 good for seventh _pl~c~. !, Luke Beuerleinf~owed a secg~d ' behind for eighth. · I .


Boys cross country preview

/ CINCINNATI.COM /

Page 1 of 4

ENgUIRER_\ WCPO

--"~x

_

\REDS"'< BENGALS ~ JOBS ~ CARS \{ HOMES '\ WEATHER '\ TRAFFIC \

il.liMtt•· Enjoy aro,u_nd of golf l.fAi fiRff this fall ~ Um Unks_! Th~r~ ~r~ n9 ~~~y~~ 91) ~ trt!e Lin~~ ~Qyr~~~

:THE ICINOJNNATI ENQlJIRER CNU*elllrn:JN: tF lire 1'1Ri!DN'5 ~ ~Afll:H: Nov. 21,2002 TODAY'S ENQUIRER Front Page Local News .,_ Sports Business Tempo Travel Health Technology Weather Back Issues Search Subscribe

SPORTS Bearcats Bengals High School Reds Xavier

PERSPECTIVE Jim Borgman Columnists Photographers

ENTERTAINMENT Movies Dining Horoscopes Lottery Results Local Events Video Games

SUBSCRIBE

ENQUIRER HOME

LOCAL

Grand Victoria Casino • 600 Gr.andVictoria Drive • Rising Sun, Indian CALL ~-SOil-GRAND· II' FOR TEETlHIES SPORTS

BUSINESS

TEMPO

ENTERTAINMENT

CLASSIFIED

ARCH

Friday, August 24, 2001

Updated E

Boys cross country preview

SPORTS NEWS •

LaSalle starts season No. 1 By Dave Schutte Enquirer Contributor

E~Ros

to Play 22 C:

,J_u_aJJ.

• W. VJrginia Tech

URset~

• Celtics Breeze Pas • Steelers' Maddox \ Ba~

Immediately after last season's second-place finish at the Division I cross country state meet, La Salle boys coach Frank Russo was looking ahead to 2001.

• Boxer Vargas Sus1 Months

"I only hope we live up to expectations," Russo said when informed the Lancers were voted No.1 in the Cincinnati Enquirer's preseason poll.

• .CJ!lli!diens Wo.llLO Penguins

"The next step is to win the state championship. We've won three individual state titles and qualified three to the Foot Locker (national) Meet but never a team championship."

• Woods Falls Sever Clarke

AP TOP HEADLINE I • NATO Vows.J_p Hel Irag • Somber Kills 11 or • Police Arrest Alleg •

Eight of the 13 coaches voting in the poll feel La Salle is the team to beat with defending state champion St.Xavier No.2 followed by Elder, Middletown and Sycamore. Madeira surfaced as the team to beat in Divisions 11-111 with New Richmond, Wyoming, Ross and Badin the most likely to challenge the Mustangs for the top spot.

.!J_,_S~S..9l!liers

Hurt

Attack

• 107th C_ongres_s Nr •

~J9J>j_an

~ort:

Parliamer

Scientists

• Expos to Play 22 C: Juan

Division 1: CINCINNATI.COM Giveaways Maps/Directions Send an E-Postcard Coupons Visitor's Guide Web Directory

CLASSIFIEDS Jobs Cars Homes Obituaries General Place an ad

HELP Feedback Subscribe

1. La Salle: Defending individual state champion Allen Bader is one of six returning starters that includes Garrett Grogan, Eric Mayhaus, Kevin Wright, Zac Altenau and Paul Calardo In addition, Kyle Dragan and Jason Beck return from injuries and sophomore Bill Keckeis, the GCL champion as a freshman, will help the team. 'There's not a race we've already won, and we'll know what to expect after the first weekend," Russo said. "Every week, we'll run against a state or nationally ranked team." 2. St. Xavier: The Bombers won the 1998 and 2000 state championships and finished second in 1999. Under normal circumstances, coach Larry Merkel's team would be No.1 but with La Salle returning six runners and St. X

http:/I enquirer.com/editions/200 1/08/24/spt_boys_cross_country .html

11121102


Boys cross country preview

Search Survey

Page 2 of4

losing the top four, the Bombers were voted second. Seniors Ben Wietmarschen and Jeremy Mosher will be looked to for leadership along with sophomore Tommy Balmat who also ran on the state championship team. Kyle Kowalski, Josh Walters, Kurt Munninghoff, Michael Weber and Nathan Kamps are expected to challenge for starting spots. "We'll be very young and inexperienced," Merkle said. "Our strengths are numbers (1 00 runners) and the leadership of the seniors." 3. Elder: Although coach Steve Spencer's team graduated four of the seven starters at the state meet, the Panthers will again field a strong squad. Rob Cohen, Paul Staudigel, and Derick Lawrence are the returning veterans with Darrell Schneiders, Joe Kenning, Dan Newman and Mitch Frey the top candidates for starting positions. "We graduated seven runners, all who ran in our top seven at one time during the season," Spencer said. "We're relatively inexperienced and must gain confidence in our early meets." 4. Middletown: The Middies field a young team with as many as five sophomores expected in the starting lineup. "We could have 10 guys go under 17 minutes," coach Scott Dalton said. "We'll have a very athletic team made up of multi sport athletes." Sophomores Michael Veatch (16:01, Malcolm Tipton (16:25), Evan Dehart (16:50), Adam Becker (17:00) and Keith Mattocks (27:20) are the mainstays along with senior Justin Traux (17:20). 5. Sycamore: Transfer Brad Neumann, 36th at the state meet year (16:16) running for Moeller, is a welcome addition to an already strong Aviators team. Tom Gallagher, 25th at the state meet, is the top runner. This duo is joined by Mitch Clemens (16:55), Ryan Schweet (17:20), Mark Daniel (17:30), Matt Morin (16:56) and Pat Tepe (17:30). "We now have two front runners and depth and parity from the three-to-nine positions," coach Jim Smanik said. "The kids have a desire to win the GMC and the city championship." 6. Moeller: Although the Crusaders' top runner in 2000 transfered to Sycamore, coach Jerry Kombrinck will field a veteran team. Kevin Schwarz, out most of last season with an injury, returns to be the Crusaders' front runner. Brent VanOrsdel, Michael

http:/Ienquirer.com/editions/200 1/08/24/spt_boys_cross_country .html

11/21102


Boys cross country preview

.,

Page 3 of4

Goddard, Tony Frost, Kevin Ash, Mike Hile and Pat Witte are the supporting cast. 7. Colerain: Depth and a group of six standout juniors are the strengths of a Cardinals team that has the potential to challenge for the GMC championship

Tom Kinne, Jason Simcoe, Chris Toelke, Mark Bierkan, Rob Schlemmer and Ryan Schutte will be joined by seniors Brian Roberson and Joey Peak. 8. Kings: If the Knights avoid injuries, coach Jim Brant's team could surface as one of the best in the Cincinnati area.

Taylor Garvin, 26th at the state meet, will be joined by Greg Freson, Cody Ackerman and Zach Thomen-Brown and freshmen Scott Allen, Mike Rusche and Matt Winebar. 9. Anderson: The lack of a dominant front runner will be tough to overcome but coach Andy Wolf has Ben Stallsworth, Dan Tegge, Brandon Andrews and Andy Gelter to build the team around. 10. Princeton: The should be the best Vikings team in years.

Coach Ken Meibers has two outstanding senior performers in Hassan Thompson and Eric Zimmerman along with a juniors Andy Schaefer, Andy Lock and promising sophomore Dan Jones. "We have lots of numbers and good speed," Meibers said. "We must stay healthy and run as a pack to be successful." Division 11-111 1. Madeira: The Mustangs lost four of the seven runners from the Division II state team who will be hard to replace.

Coach Bob Kitchen will rely on seniors Mark Barrett and Matt Roach, along with junior Josh Stevens, to provide leadership for a young group of runners. 2. New Richmond: It would be a mistake to take the Lions lightly although coach Jamie Heffner doesn't have a senior on the roster.

Tony Genna (17:09), Brandon Van (17:49), Brent Goocey (17:49), Randy Williams (17:52), Frank Tremper (18:58) will be joined by newcomers Jerry Potter and Nick Werle. 3. Wyoming: First-year coach Andrew Kramer inherited an all junior and sophomore team capable of climbing to the top of the poll.

Lucas Nebert (17:42), Ryan Koscianski (17:50), lan Smith (17:59), Phillip Roebuck (18:45) and David Schanegold (18:50) are

http:/lenquirer.com/editions/2001/08/24/spt_boys_cross_country.html

11121/02


Boys cross country preview

Page 4 of4

the top returning performers. "We are a young team but the top five runners are solid," Kramer said. "We lost only one runner from last year but on the downside there are no seniors." 4. Ross: Jake Richards and Kevin McBreen are the mainstays for the Rams, who are loaded with veteran performers. 5. Badin: Senior leadership will be one of the Rams strengths with Rick Mick, 74th at the state meet in 17:09, and Scott Berry showing the way.

Sports Stories Girls soccer preview: Div. II-III Girls soccer preview: Div. I BOY-S soccer preview: Div. 11-111 Boys soccer preview: Div. I Girls cross country___Qreview â&#x20AC;˘ Boys cross country preview Cincinnati volleY-ball preview Cincinnati high school results N.Ky. high school results Reds 12, Cardinals 2 DAUGHERTY: Griffey striving to stomach stardom Reds won't get 2 million fans Reese streaking at top of lineuR Reds-Expos scouting. report Reds box, runs Bengals back where they started on D-line Bengals Rick up LB Moore Smith's agent, Bengals splitting hairs Akili sees chances slip.J',2ing away C-USA tourney likely to stay at Firstar UC gets unofficial visit from Hicks XU volleyball team No. 1 in A-10

Nov. 21,2002

ENQUIRER HOME

LOCAL

SPORTS

BUSINESS

TEMPO

ENTERTAINMENT

CLASSIFIED

ARCH

Search our site by keyword: ,_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Search also: ~j!WS 1,J_g_~ 1!:lome_s.l Cars I Classifieds I Obits I Coupons I Event~ I Pining Movies/DVDs I Video Games I Hotels I Golf I Ylsltp_r_'_s_G_ulc!.~ I M_a_ps/Directions I Yellow P< __j

Search I Questions/help I News ti~ I Letters to the editors I Subscribe Newspaper advertising 1 Web advertising I Place a classified I Circulation Copyright 1995-2002. The Cincinnati EnQuirer, a Gannett Co. Inc. newspaper. Use of this site signifies agreement to terms of service updated 4/5/2000.

http:/I enquirer.com/editions/200 1/08/24/spt_boys_cross_country .html

11/21102


f!..-

il1, t-11 V'-' ve v s-,;.s~o3

HIGH SCHOOLS Track Honor Roll BOYS TRACK

DIVISION I Pol

School !F"nt Place Votes) Points St Xavier ............................................... 30 Moeller .................................................. LaSalle .................................................. Elder ..................................................... Middletown ........................................... Ande.son ............................................... Princeton ............................................... Colerain .............................................. .. loveland ........................;.................... .. fairfield .................................................

26 24 20 18 12 12

8 4 4

Dlvhlon 11·111 Poll

School (Fint Place Votes) Points Wyoming ............................................... 20 Purcell Marian ...................................... . 17 Mariemont ............................................ . 13 New Richmond .................................... .. 13

i~f.~f:C.:.·:· ~:~ ~: : : : :.:.: : : :

11 11

8 6 4 3

Madeira .............................................. ..

Nome, School

lOOM

Time

Johnson, Middletown ............................. . Bannister, Princeton .............................. . Johnson, Colerain ................................ .. Edwards, Middletown ........................... .. Gans, Mmord ...... ,................................. . Gautt, Western HIUs ............................ .. Toran, Winton Woods ............................ . Simpson, Colerain ................................ .. Brown, Ekter ... ~,•.................................... Sharp, Moeller ...................................... . 200M

10.65 10.70 10.72 10.78 10.88 10.90 10.90 10.94 11.00

Bannister, Princeton .............................. . Johnson, Middletown ............................ .. Edwards, Middletown ............................ . Stanford, Mason ......... :........................ .. Johnson, Colerain ................................. . Underwood, Hamltton ............................ . Brown, Elder ........................................ .. Dinkens, Colerain .................................. . Sharp, Moeller ...................................... . Bickford, Madeira ................................... . Mullenax, Anderson ............................... . Wilson, CHCA ........................................ .

22.10 22.10 22.30 22.30 22.40 22.40 22.60 22.60 22.60 22.70

Nome, School

N-,School

400M

Underwood, Hamltton ............................. Corgi a~ St Xavier ................................ .. Amos, Middletown ................................ . Dinkens, Colerain .................................. . Erwin, Lakota West ................................ . Monk, Turpin ........................................ .. Ballinl!'lr. Mariemom ............................ .. flessa, Mariemont.. .............................. .. lmpelllzerrl, Ande.son ............................ . Mink, LaSalle ....................................... ..

11.00

~m· Time 49.10 49.50 49.60 50.60 50.60 50.60 50.80 51.00 51.20 51.20

BOOM

Name, School Tiale See, Middletown .................................... 1:54.00 Sharp, Moeller ....................................... Neumann, Sycamore .............................. Jones, Wyoming ..................................... Weber, Mariemom ................................. Bierl<an, Colerain ................................... f~ Moeller......................................... Nebert, Wyoming ................................... Veatch, Middletown ................................ Mink, LaSalle ......................................... 1600M Nome, School See, Middletown .................................... Mayhaus, LaSalle ................................... Seuerieln, Moeller .................................. Keckels, LaSalle .....................................

1:54.00 1:57.50 1:57.90 1:58.30 1:5B.50 1:58.90 1:59.00 1:59.00 1:59.10

Tiale 4:13.50 4:17.00 4:18.00 4:22.00

:~~~~~·s~~;;~~:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::~~:~

Dixon, fairfield ....................................... Dragan, LaSalle ..................................... Jones, Wyoming ..................................... Tipton, Middletown .................. :..............

" - · SchOol

3200M

4:25.89 4:26.00 4:26.00 4:26.70

Tiale

Mayhaus, LaSalle ................................... 9:23.00 Neumann, Sycamore .............................. 9:27.00 See, Middletown .................................... 9:31.00 Seuerieln, Moeller .................................. 9:34.80 Dragan, LaSalle ..................................... 9:37.00 Dixon, fairfield ....................................... 9:39.00 Matheus, Kings ...................................... 9:41.80 Dehart, Middletown ................................ 9:42.80 Swartz, lakota East.. .............................. 9:48.10 Kowalski, St Xavier ................................ 9:48.58

'

Nome, School

110 llunlleo

Tiale

~=~ ~=;.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ~gg

Edwards, Middletown.............................

j

Tome

14.80

~~;:-;-;~"~ II~


Naone, School

limo

Eastman, Princeton ............................... . Vinson, Milfor!l ...................................... . Mitchell, St. xavier ................................. Pottinger, Lebanon ................................ . Sturgill, Kings ...................................... .. Carpenter, Milfor!l ........, ...................... .. War!!, Fairfield ...................................... . Wright, Qak Hills .................................. .. Bowen, Wyoming .................................. . Murray, Moeller ...................................... 400 Relay

38.90 39.00 39.86 39.90 40.10 40.20 40.20 40.30 40.60 40.70

School

limo

Middletown .......................................... Winton Woods....................................... Colerain................................................ Elder..................................................... Princeton ....................................... :....... Mason................................................... Hamilton............................................... Milfor!l .................................................. St. xavier............................................... Sycamore.............................................. School 1600 Relay

42.80 42.90 43.00 43.80 43.80 43.80 43.90 44.00 44.10 44.10

Princeton ............................................... Hamilton ............................................... Fairfield ................................................. Anderson ............................................... Middletown ........................................... Sl Xavier ............................................... Mariemont... .......................................... Milfor!l .................................................. Moeller .................................................. Oak Hills ............................................... Lakota We& ..........................................

3:26.20 3:26.50 3:26.70 3:28.10 3:28.60 3:28.70 3:28.80 3:28.80 3:29.00 3:29.70 3:29.70

lime

School 3200 Reloy Time LaSalle .................................................. 7:55.30 Moeller .................................................. 8:02.00 Sycamore .............................................. 8:04.40 St. Xavier ............................................... 8:04.79 Wyoming ............................................... 8:07.00 Middletown ........................................... 8:11.60 Colerain ................................................ 8:13.50 Mason ................................................... 8:14.40 Princeton ............................................... 8:15.70 loveland ............................................... 8:19.00 Shot Put ~.School Dlotlnce McGrath, Moeller ............................... 58.()8.50 Smith, Moeller ................................... 58.()(),()() Bauer, Elder ...................................... 56.()6.00 Aynn, Hanison ................................. . 53.07.50 Adams, loveland ............................. .. 53.()3.00 Bittner, CHCA .................................. .. 53-03.00 Celek, LaSalle ................................. .. 51-09.00 Lewis, Reading .................................. 50.()7.00 Stevens, LaSalle ................................ 49-10.50 Mueller, Sycamore ............................. 49-09.50 Dloctn ,._, School Dlotlnce Harper, Moeller .................................. 173.07.00 McGrath, Moeller ............................... 162-11.00 Hughes, Finneytown ........................... 151.()().00 Bauer, Elder ...................................... 150.()8.50 Zoz, Colerain ..................................... 150.04.00 Agnew, Harrison ................................. 14HJ1.50 lewis, Reading .................................. 146.()6.00 Patrick, Fairfield ................... ,............. 146.()6.00 Taylor, Harrison .................................. 144-11.00 Forcelllnl, Colerain ............................ 143.()8.00 Polo Voult ,._,School Distance Roa, Elder ......................................... 15-10 Hlovchiec, Moeller ........................... .. 14.()6 Porter, Anderson .............................. .. 14.()6 13-10 carpenter, lebanon """""""""""""' Arraamith, Oak Hills ......................... .. 13.()6 Chia, LaSalle ..................................... 13.()6 13.()6 Dowling, Moeller .............................. .. Johnson. Princeton ........................... . 13-06 Schnier, LaSalle ................................ . 13.()6 Long .lump

-.School

Bailey, Princeton ........ .. Campbell, Fairfield ........................... .. Harris, Haml~on ............................... .. Griffin, Lakota West.. ........................ .. Reynolds, Lakota East ...................... .. long, Princeton ................................. . Akbar, Winton Woods ........................ . Key, Sycamore .................................. . Mitchell, St. Xavier ........................... .. Duncan, loveland ............................ .. Linz, Sl xavier ................................. .. Hlchlump !Ume, School Bowen, Wyoming ..........., ................. .. Mansoor, LaSalle ............................. .. Rhodes, Sycamore ............................ . Huff, Hamilton ................................ .. Stautberg, Elder ................................ . Strayhorn, Princeton ......................... .. York, New Richmond ........................ .. Myers, Harrison ................................ .. Niestradt, Anderson ......................... .. CaMn, Moeller ...................................

Disllnce

22.05.00 21-05.00 21-03.75 21-03.00 21.()1.75 21.01.50 20-10.00 20-08.00 20-07.00 20-06.00 20-06.00

Distance 6-04 6-04 6.()3

6-02 6-02 6-02 6.()2 6.()1 6.()1 6-01


HIGH SCHOOLS Track Honor Roll BOYS TRACK

DIVISION I Pol

School (Fint.pllce Voles)

St Xavier ............................................... Middletown ......................................... .. Moeller.................................................. LaSalle .................................................. Princeton ............................................... Elder ..................................................... Anderson .............................................. . Colerain ................................................ Loveland ............................................... Mason ...................................................

Points 44 37 37 36 29 28 18 18 7

5

Dhblan U-111

Pol

School (Fint.pllce Votes) Points Wyoming ............................................. .. 20 New Richmond .................................... .. 18 Meriemont ............................................. 15 Taylor .................................................... 13 Indian Hill ...................... :...................... . 9 CHCA .................................................... 8 Clenmont NE ........................................ .. 6 Madelro .............................................. .. 6 Reading ................................................ 4 Finneytown .......................................... .. 3

IWM,School

lOOM

Johnson, Middletown ............................ .. Bannister, Princeton .............................. . Johnson, Colerain ................................ .. EdWartls, Middletown ............................ . Gans, Milfor!l ......................................... Gault, Western Hills .............................. .. Toran, Winton Woods ............................. Simpson, Coleroln ................................ .. Brown, Elder ........................................ .. Sharp, Moeller ..................................... ..

rw., School

......

10.65 10.70 10.72 10.78 10.88 10.90 10.90 10.94 11.00 11.00

200M

Tlmo Bannister, Princeton............................... 22.10 Johnson, Middletown.............................. 22.10 EdWar!ls, Middletown............................. 22.30 Stanfor!l, Mason ..................................... 22.30 Johnson, Colerain .................................. 22.40 Underwood, Hamilton ............................. 22.40 Brown, Elder.......................................... 22.60 Dinkens, Colerain................................... 22.60 Blckfor!l, Madeira................................... 22.70 Mullenax, Anderson................................ 22.70 Wilson, CHCA......................................... 22.70 400M

,._, School ...... Underwood, Hamilton ............................. 49.10 Corglat St xavier.................................. 49.50 Amos, Middletown................................. 49.60 Dinkens, Colerain................................... 50.60 Erwin, Lakota West ................................. 50.60 Monk, Turpin.......................................... 50.60 Ballinger, Mariemont .............................. 50.BO lmpell~errl, Anderson............................. 51.20 Mink, LaSalle......................................... 51.20 Johnson, Colerain.................................. 51.22 800M "-,School ...... Sae, Middletown .................................... 1:54.00 Sharp, Moeller ....................................... 1:54.00 Neumann, Sycamore .............................. 1:57.50 Jones, Wyoming ..................................... 1:57.90 Bierkan, Colerain ................................... 1:58.50 Webb, Fairfield ...................................... 1:58.90 Nebert, Wyoming ................................... 1:59.00 Veatch, Middletown ................................ 1:59.00 Mink, LaSalle ......................................... 1:59.10 Beck, LaSalle ......................................... 1:59.BO 1600M Name, School Time See, Middletown .................................... 4:13.50 Beueriein, Moeller .................................. 4:17.00 Mayhaus, LaSalle ................................... 4:17.00 Keckels, taSalle ..................................... 4:22.00 Neumann, Sycamore .............................. 4:22.90 Kowalski, St xavier ................................ 4:23. 7B D~on, Fairfield ....................................... 4:25.B9 Dragan, laSalle ..................................... 4:26.00 Jones, Wyoming ..................................... 4:26.00 Tipton, Middletown ................................. 4:26.70 3200M Name, School Time Mayhaus, LaSalle ................................... 9:23.00 Neumann, Sycamore .............................. 9:27.00 Sae, Middletown .................................... 9:31.00 Beuerieln, Moeller .................................. 9:34.80 Dragan, LaSalle ..................................... 9:37.00 D~on, Fairfield ....................................... 9:39.00 Matheus, Kings ...................................... 9:41.80 Dehart, Middletown ................................ 9:42.80 Swartz, Lakota East ................................ 9:48.10 Kowalski, St xavier ................................ 9:48.58 UOIIanlloo Name, School Eastman, Princeton .............................. .. 14.50 Langston, lebanon ............................... .. 14.70 EdWartls, Middletown ............................ . 14.BO Newman, Elder .................................... .. 14.90 Poitinger, Lebanon ................................ . 14.90 Bowen, Wyoming .................................. . 15.00 Fleming, Princeton ................................. 15.00 Johnson, Loveland ................................ . 15.00 . Smith, Princeton .................................. .. 15.00 Miller, Loveland ...... ~ ..........:: ................. 15.10

......

I


n.e

...... Sclloel Eastman, Princeton................................ Vinson, Mllfold....................................... Mitchell, St. x.vter .............................•...

PoitJn8er, l.llbonon ...•.........•.................. :

sturgtll, KJnsa ......................................•. Carpent«, Mllfold ................. ................. WOld, Folrftold ....................................... · W~OakHllll ............,,~ .................... Bowen, Wyoming................................... Murray, Moeller......................................

School

400

40.60 40.70

11oM

Roloy

P~nceton...............................................

Middletown ........................................,.. Winton Woods....................................... COlerain................................................ Elder..................................................... Mason................................................... Hamilton ............................................... Mi~ord .................................................. St. Xavier............................................... Sycamore..............................................

~

3,200 lloloy

,._,School

3:26.20 3:26.50 3:26.70 3:2B.10 3:2B.80 3:~8.70

3:2B.80 3:29.00 3:29.4B 3:29.70

11oM

LaSalle .................................................. Moeller.................................................. Sycamore .............................................. St. Xavier ............................................... Wyoming ............................................... Middletown ........................................... Colerain ................................................ Mason ................................................... Princeton ............................................... I.DYeland ............................................... Sloat Put

,._, School Smith, Moeller ................................. .. Bauer, Elder .................................... .. McGrath, Moeller .............................. . Flynn, Harrison ................................. . Adams, Loveland ............................. .. Celek, LaSalle .................................. . Bittner, CHCA .................................. .. ~Is. Reading ................................. . Stevens, LaSalle ............................... . Mueller, Sycamore ............................ . llltcn

41.50 42.80 42.90 43.00 43.80 43.80 43.90 44.00 44.10 44.10

n.e

1,600 llobty

P~nceton .............................................. Hamilton ............................................... Fairfield ................................................. Anderson ............................................... Middletown ........................................... St. Xavier ................................., ............. Milford ........................... :...................... Moeller .................................................. Mariemont. ............................................ Oak Hills ..............................................

~

·

38.90 39.00 39.86 39.90 40.1o 40.20 40.20 40.30

7:55.30 B:02.00 8:04.40 8:04.79 B:07.00 8:11.60 B:13.50 B:14.40 B:15.70 B:19.00

Distance

5B-OO.OO 55-08.00 55-06.25 53-08.00 53-07.50 51-09.00 51-08.25 50-07.00 49·10.50 49-09.50 ~

Harper, Moeller .................................. 173-07.00 McGrath, Moeller ............................... 162-11.00 Huglles, Finneytown ........................... 151-00.00 Bauer, Elder ...................................... 150-08.50 Zo~ Colerain ........:............................ 150-04.00 AW!ew, Harrison ................................. 147-01.50 l.ewls, Reading .................................. 146-06.00 Patrick, Fairfield................................. 146-0&.00 Taylor, Harrison .................................. 144-11.00 Forcelllnl, Colerain ............................. 143-08.00 PoleVMIII

"-.School

Roo, Elder ....................................... .. Porter, Andei!Oil .............................. .. Hlovchlec, Moeller ............................ . Carpenter, l.!banon .......................... . Amlemith, Oak Hills .......................... . Cilia, LaSalle ................................... .. Dowling. Moeller .............................. .. Johnson, P~noeton ............................. Schnier, LaSotle ................................ . 1.0111~

Dhllnce

15-10 14-08 14-00 13-10 13-08 13-08 13-08 13-08 13-08 ~

"-t,Scbool Bailey, Princeton .............................. .. campbell, Fairfield ............................ . Harris, Hamlnon ............................... .. Grifftn, Lakola West.......................... .. Reynolds, Lakolll East ...................... .. Long. P~ncoton ................................ .. Akbar, Winton Woods ......................... Key, Sycomore .................................. . Mltchtll, St. Xavier ............................ .

22-05.00 21-05.00 21-03.75 21-03.00 21-01.75 21-01.50 20-10.00 20-08.00 20-07.00

nuiV'an I nuD&anti

?n.JV:M

.


tl./n. ~n'l-utY.eY' £('· .Jtr

c"'

Beys track resWts

................. CAIW._.,._, T- ....... --'1: I. (tine .....

Moeller Centerville 18; 3. Greenville 14; 4. Wllminlton. Bder 10; 6. Anderson, Day. Dunbar: Princellln 8; 9. Piqua 5; 10. FairbOm, Lakota East 4, U. St xavier, Fairmont. Lebanon 3; 15. Wmton

........ ""four......,

-~ td ..... ...e .utweolcl: 3200 relay - I. St. xavier (Randy Kmg. Rick King. Dav1d D1NuoscK>, Kyle Kowalski)

7:57.14; 3. La Salle (Dan Mink, Billl<sckeis, Kyle Dragan, Eric Mayhaus) 7:58.38; 1. John Harper(Moe) 169-11; 3. Ben McGraiii(Moe) 157-7; PV -I. Tim Roa (Eid) 15-6(tied regional recoid); 2. John Porter (And) 15-0; U -I. Marque Jones (Wilm) 23-0 ~; 3. Gerald Bailey (Prin) 22-0 ~-

rnsc.-

l.ocol _ . . _.,... to .........

.......,.....,400-MarqueJones(Wilm)49.83, Chris Corgiat (St X) 50.08, Brandon Underwood (Ham) 50.87,Jonathon Daniels (Mt H) 50.96; 400 relay - Middletown (Johnson, Conley, Edwanls, Amos) 42.1; Winton WOOds (And. Johnson, Akbar, Toran, Anth. Johnson) 43.0; Princeton (Bannister, Long. Eastman. Summerlin) 43.1; Hamilton (Hams, Rice, Rhodes, Anderson) 43.8; Bder (Brown, Barone, Byme, Steidel) 44.1; 100 - Man: Johnson (Midd) 10. 79; Quincy Edwanls (Midd) 11.01; Jamaine Johnson (Tall) 11.04; Tenance Sherrer (Cole) 11.15; UOH Rashawn Eastman (Prine) 15.28; 110H - Rayshawn Eastman (Prin) 15.28; 200 - Man: Johnson (Midd) 22.4; Quincy Edwaids (Midd) 22.74; Dan lmpellizzerri (And) 22.89; Aaron Bannister (Prin) 22.9; Brandon Underwood (Ham) 23.21; 3DOH Jason Vinson (Mill) 40.51; Dave Wright (OakH) 40.96; Bryan Carpenter (Mill) 41.4 7; 1600 relay-Anderson (Niestradt, Knapmeyer, Mullenax, lmpellizerri) 3:26.21; St. X (Mitchell, Corgiat DiNuosciO, Spotts) 3:22.06; Hamilton (Rhodes, Anderson, Stephens, Underwood) 3:26.17;

·~~~~~r~"~:: (~~:Y. ~=~·. ~~"f.:; NJ Al 3:28.97.


,/

("

/

"'-.

( \

..

""'· ~-r

r

\

,r;

/ r

r

/

I

1... \

\

(

\

-

/

/

\

.. /

~~ BEN WALPOLE/STAFF

Moeller High School's Sam Sharp sprints the final yards of the Greater Catholic League boys cross country meet Oct. 5 at Rapid Run Park. Sharp was the top Crusader finisher, placing ~!!>l~tlt

,.,."",,. .. _


BOYS TRACK

13th Mnllll l.allou'o TriCk Mid Field

IAI Lo Solei Dlriolon I

Team Standings: I. Pnnceton 104, 2. La Salle 101, 3. Moeller 96, 4. Coleram 71. 5. Loveland 38, 6. Winton Woods 32, 7. (be) Mi~ord, Sycamore 23. 9. Roger Bacon 16, 10. Kings 12, 11. Glen Este 8. Event Wmners: 6400R-La Salle 17:51 (meet record!; 3200R-Moeller 8:02; I!OH-Eastman (Pnnceton) 14.5: 100-Bannister (Pnnceton) 10.7: 1600-Mayhaus (La Salle) 4:28.S; 400R-Colerain 43.2; 400-Breckenndge (Roger Bacon) 51.5: 300H-Eastman (Pnnceton) 38.9: 800-Bierl<an (Coleram) 1:59.9; 200-Banmster (Pnnceton) 22.1; 3200-Mayllaus(La Salle)9:37.9; !800R-Pnnceton 3:27.3; PV-Schnier (La Salle) 13.6: U-long (Pnnceton) 20-11: KJ-Rhooes (Sycamore) 6-5: SP-Smith (Moeller) 55-2. 75; Disc-Harper (Moeller) 161-9. Most outstanding runner. Rayshawn Eastman (Pnnceton) and Enc Mayhaus (La Salle) Most outstandmg field event. MeG rath (Moeller)

Dlriolon II Team Standings: I. lemon Monroe 172. 2 North College Htll 114, 3. Purcell Manan 109, 4. Harmony DNS. Event Winners: 6400R-lemon Monroe 20:09: 3200R-Purcell Marian 8:34; IIOH-Jackscn (NCH) 18.1; 100-cook (Purcell) 11.2: 1600-Montgomery (PM)4:52.1: 400R-lemon Monroe 45.7. 400-Ttghe (PM) 53.9; 300H-Thacker (LM)44.5: 800-Mathers (PM) 2:03; 200-Thacker (LMI 23 2: 3200-Danell (lM) 10:10.2; !600R-Lemon Monroe 3·38.9. U-Harrington (lM) 19.9: HJ-Jordan (lM) 5-8: SP-Wilk~ns (NCH) 46-0; Otsc-Nerenberg (lM) 1.23-6. Most outstandtng runner. Cody Thacker (lemon Monroe). Most outstandmg field athlete: DeVaughn WtlklnS (NCH).

lleot of the Wnt lltO.kH.I Team Standings: I. Elder 98, 2. Oak Hills 56, 3. Hamson 27. Event W~nners· Shuttle Hurdles-Elder I 01.6: 3200Relay-Eider 8:27.5: IIOHurdles-Neuman (EI<I) 15.3: lOOM-Brown (Ekl) II 6; 1600M-Rob~nson (Oak) 4:41.6; 400Relay-Eider 43.8; 400M-Dotterman (Oak) 53.3; 300Hurdles-Wright (Oak) 40. 7; BOOM-Welling (Oak) '2:06.0: 200M-Brown (Eid) 23 0; 3200M-Frey (Eid) 10:14.6: !600Relay-Eider 3:31.7: SP-Bauer (Eid) 52-3: Dose-Bauer (Eid) 150-8 17: U-Byme (Eidl 19-8 17: KJ-Myers (Har) 6-0; Pole-Roa (EI<I)l5-0. '

·~·

Team Standings. Lollonon I lebanon 163. 2 Wilmington 97, 3. Hamilton 79, 4. Bellbrook 50. 5 Springboro 45, 6. Ross 41, 7. Stebb~ns 32. 8. Htllsboro 28. 9. West Carrollton 24. 10. Spnngfield South 22. 11. Miamt Trace 19, 12. (tte)lebanon B. Franklin 12. Event Winners: U-Jones (Wtlm) 21-10: KJ-Langston (leb) 5-11: SP-CurtJs (Spr S.) 52-4: Dtsc-Wanon (leb) 141-8; Pole-Carpenter (leb) 13-0; 3200Relay-lebanon 8:407: IIOHurdles-Langston (leb) 14.98; lOOM-Jones (Wilm) 10.54; 1600M-Bayto (Spnngboro) 4:40; 400Relay-"'ilmington; 400M-Jones (Wilm) 48.4; 300Hurdles-Langston (leb); 800M-Roberscn (Spr S.); 200M-Jones (Wilm) 21.8: 3200M-Baylo (Springboro) 10:26.54; 1600Relay-Hamolton 3:30.2

BOYS VOUEfliAU. Edgewood d. Fatrfield 15-6, 5-15, 15-13 Edgewood d. Mason 15-8, 15-2 Fairfield d. Mason 15-5, 15-8 Moeller (18-4) d. Loveland (10-9)15-6, 15-5

BOYS LACROSSE

MarloooooallS, s..mlt 1 Goals: M-Perry 2, Bollinger 2, MartJn 4. Petersen, Ballinger 2, Morgan, Schmitt, Heffner 2. S-John Carrullo. Records: M 9-3, S 1-12.

Moollor 12, WartlllnciDn Klboumt 7

Goals: M-Phillips 3, Starvaggi, He~mann, Lang 2, Overberg 4, Urban; K-Montgomery 3, Hong, Calhoun, Allread. Records· M 9-4, K 8-7.

kJi'Jit I c. /l' --(')

(!_ 1 ;), __../


',,Track and field run into state in Dayton .

~-'f~Oj

.

The Moeiler- crusaderssend four ·athl~tes ·into state colr.lpetition. Sophomore Luke Beuerlin set the pace in running events, finishing second in the 3,200 meters with a 9:38 to qualify. John Harper, Ben McGrath . and Zach Smith dominated the throwing events. Harper claimed the regional discus title with a · toss of 169-foot-11h McGrflth

: 1

1

. 1

· 1

1

1 1

11/'dtet:t.,.r . .

'Su . Llfe . ..

. II

improved two feet and an inch from his district effort and fin- ! ished third with a 157-foot-7 'effort. I McGrath also competed in the regional shot put, barely missing qualifying with a 53-foot-8.5 , good for fifth place. · Smith rounds out the qualifiers, competing in the shot after taking second at regionals with a 57-foot-1.25.

1

I

1

1

1

1


Boys track and field all-stars

t- i-7~1§3

'-'iiii4!Mli<l~

~~MIJ[;j,,ll;,

ALL-STARS

ALL-STARS

ALL-STARS

ALL-STARS

COACH OF THE YEAR

FIRST TEAM

FIRST TEAM

FIRST TEAM

,_,:lii:iMIJIM~

ALL-STARS ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

Floyd Horton

Marc Johnson MIDDLE'IOMI

MIDDLElOWN

The senior was Division I state champion in the 100 dash (10.66) and part of the state's second-place 400 relay team (41.45).

~----------------~

rbid(;J,;!f'

,_,:li~Milhl:~,;~

His team finished second at the Division I state meet, the Middies' fourth consecutive finish of third place or better.

Tim Roa

Jeff See

Chris Corgi at

ELDER

MIDDLElOWN

ST. XAVIER The senior was on the state's fourth-place Division I 3,200 relay team that set a city record (7:42.79) and also was on the fourth-place 1,600 relay team (3:17. 73).

The senior won the Division I state pole vault title (15-8), becoming the first state track der's 80-year history.

The sophomore was Division I state champion in the 1.600 run (4:06.81) and also qualified to state in the BOO run.

rAl

~

Randy King ~~r~:~~n

ST.XAVIER , the state s

rTl

fo_u~-place DIVISIOn I

3,200 relay . team that set a City record (7:42.79).

~ ALL-STARS FIRST TEAM

David DiNuoscio

S~~:::s ~ .~,

on the state's -· fourth-place · Division I • .. 3,200 relay ' ~ team that set a c1ty record (7:42.79) and also was on the fourth-place 1 600 relay team (3:17.73). '

,i:lj~itofijhl~

,_illi~Bd!IJ~

l_wii~.Mdwi;~'

ALL-STARS

ALL-STARS

ALL-STARS

f::r~;~

FIRST TEAM

FIRST TEA...\1

ARSTTEAM

FIRST TEAM

Kyle Kowalski

ST.~~R~ The senior was on the state's fourth-place ..,. • Division I 3,200 relay · • team that set a city record (7:42.79) and also finished fifth in the state 1,600 run (4:17.22).

FIRST TEAM

Latarro Mitchell

Matt Spotts

John Porter

ST. XAVIER The sophomore was on the state's fourth-place Division I 1,600 relay team (3:17.73).

ST. XAVIER The junior was on the state's fourth-place Division I 1,600 relay team (3:17.73).

ANDERSON The senior finished fourth in the Division I state pole vault (14-8) after finishing seventh as a junior.

Quincy Edwards MIDDLE'IOWN

The senior finished fourth in the Division I state 200 dash (21.9B) and was part of the state's second-place team (41.45).

Dee Conley

Andre Amos

MIDDLElOWN

MIDDLElOWN

The freshman was part of the state's secondplace 400 relay team (41.45).

The sophomore was part of the state's secondplace 400 relay team (41.45).

~illiMMOitU•~

'-WiiiMIJI:l4;!f'

,,:iiiA~·itiii1~

l_i:ii!!.Milill4;~

'-':lilffi.iili;l~;~'

l:_•!li.?!Miji:l~;VO'

~.:.:IMUtili;i~

ALL-STARS

ALL-STARS

ALL-STARS

ALL-STARS

ALL-STARS

ALL-STARS

ALL-STARS

FIRST TEAM

ARSTTEAM

FIRST TEAM

FIRST TEAM

ARSTTEAM

FIRST TEAM

FIRST TEAM

Marque Jones

John Harper

WILM!NGlON

MOELLER The senior finished third in the Division I state discus competition

The junior finished fourth in the state in the Division I 400 dash (49.25) and sixth in the : long jump (22-4).

(177-4).

Ben McGrath MOELLER

Zach Smith ~

The ishedjunior sixthfinin . . . · .•.. . the Division I · ""' !!!l' state discus ::;J .. competition ~:" (165-4) after · . · finishing ninth last year.

~t:ii~Mdlihi!f~

'-:_'4:~Mil!;,i;i'

ALL-STARS

ALL-STARS

FIRST TEAM

Bill Keckeis LaSALLE The junior was part of the state's sixthplace Division I 3,200 relay team (7:49.06).

[]

FIRST TEAM

FIRST TEAM

Brad Neumann

Jeremy Barrial

~:~:~~~·

GOSHEN The senior finished fifth in the state in the Division II long jump (21-10 ¥1).

ished sixth in ._. • the state in the · . .. Division I , . 1,600 run · . (4:19.57) and • ·· also qualified to state in the 3,200 run.

Eric Mayhaus

MOELLER The junior finished eighth in the Division I state shot put competition (54-B ¥1).

LaSALLE The senior fin-

~

ished third in · '· ' the state in the I, ~. Division I l.·.: .!'! 3,200 run •. · (9:19.12) and w· was on the sixth-place 3,200 relay team (7:49.06).

'f

Dan Mink

Jason Beck

LaSALLE

LaSALLE

The senior was part of the state's sixthplace Division I 3,200 relay team (7:49.06).

The senior was part of the state's sixthplace Division I 3,200 relay team (7:49.06).

Honorable mention 100 dash - Aaron Bannister, Prince- Jones, Wyoming; 1600 nun - Brad Neu- Corgiat, Matt Spotts); Mariemont (Stefan ton; Zach Han, CHCA; 200 dash- Quincy mann, Sycamore; Kyle Kowalski, St Xavi- Aessa, Stephen Weber, Matt Hagerty, Edwards, Middletown; Aaron Bannister, er; Eric Mayhaus, La Salle; Lucas Nebert, Ross Ballinger); Clinton-Massie (Russell Princeton; Dan lmpellizzerri, Anderson; Wyoming; 3200 nun - Brad Neumann, Hofer, Ben Wilkie, Josh Boume,Janod BevJameine Johnson, Taft; Dustin Woods, Sycamore; Luke Beurlein, Moeller; Seth an); 3200 relay- i.aSalle (Kyle Dragan) Shot put - Marty Bauer, Elder; Jason Puncell Marian; 400 dash- Chris Corgiat, Darrell, Lemon-Monroe; 110 hurdles St Xavier; Brandon Underwood, Hamil- Rayshawn Eastman, Princeton; 300 hur- Bittner, CHCA; Blayne Janney, CHCA; Diston; Ryan VanDyke, Greenfield McClain; dles - Jason Vinson, Milford; Rayshawn cus- Sean Lewis, Reading; Long jumpGerald Bailey, Princeton; Jamaal Akbar, Stefan Aessa, Mariemont; Ryan Seesh- Eastman, Princeton; 400 relay - Winton Woods (Andrew Winton Woods; High jump - Devon oltz, Georgetown; 800 run - Jeff See, Middletown; Rick King, St Xavier; Mark Johnson, VincentToran,Jamaal Akbar, An- Rhodes, Sycamore; Darren Mansoor, La Biel1<an, Colerain; Sam Sharp, Moeller; thony Johnson); 1600 relay - St Xavier Salle; Terry Bowen, Wyoming; Pole vaultStephen Weber, Mariemont; Harold (Latano Mitchell, David DiNuoscio, Chris DJ_ Hlovchiec, Moeller.


Boys state track and field

Middletown would settle for 2nd place By Tom Groeschen The Cincinnati Enquirer

Middletown was Division I boys state track champion in 2002, but the Middies would settle for silver this time. Cleveland Glenville is favored to win the boys Division I team championship this weekend, with the state meet running today and Saturday at Welcome Stadium in Dayton. Middletown could finish in the top three, according to projections by Ohio Track and Field News magazine editor Carson Cheek. This year, defending 100-meter dash champion Marc Johnson and distance star Jeff See (800 and 1,600 runs) could challenge for individual gold. Middletown was regional runner-up to Huber Heights Wayne last weekend in Dayton, with Wayne also expected to challenge for the team championship. The pole vault should be one of the top battles, featuring Elder senior Tun Roa and Anderson senior John Porter. They are projected to finish 1-2, with Roa holding the city record (15-10) and Porter · clearing a personal-best 15-0 at regionals last week. The state record is 16-0%. Cincinnati appears especially strong in field events. Moeller's John Harper (discus) and Zach Smith (shot put) are rated possible top-three finishers. Middletown's See (800,1,600) and Wilmington's Marque Jones.. (400 dash, long jump) appear to be the best local hopes for multj.ple medals in Division I. In Division II, Goshen long jumper Jeremy Barrial is rated the best medal hope. Barrial could finish in the top two, according to Ohio Track and Field News.

Top Greater Cincinnati boys Projected by Ohio Track and Field News: DIVISION 1: Pole vault - Tim Roa (Elder), John Porter (Anderson) projected 1-2: Discus - John Harper (Moeller) possible top 3; Shot put - Zach Smith (Moeller) possible top 3; Long jump - Marque Jones (Wilmington) possible top 2; 100 dash- Marc Johnson (Middletown) probable to~ 3; 400 dash - Marque Jones (Wilmington) possible top 3; 800 run -Jeff See (Middletown) possible top 3:1600 run -Jeff See (Middletown) possible top 3; Team - Middletown, possible top 3 DIVISION II: Long Jump - Jeremy Barrial (Goshen), possible top 2 DIVISION Ill: No top-3 projections listed

Boys meet at a glance Where: Welcome Stadium, Dayton. When: 9 a.m. today and Saturday.

TODAY Division Ill • Reid events: 1-3 p.m. • Running finals: (4-x-800-meter relay), 9:45a.m. • Running semifinals: 10:10-11:50 a.m. Division II • Reid events: 10 a.m. • Running finals: (4-x-800-meter relay), 1:45 p.m. • Running semifinals: 2:10-3:50 p.m. Division I • Running finals: (4x800-meter relay), 4:45p.m. • Running semifinals: 5:10-6:50 p.m.

SATURDAY Division Ill • Running finals: 9:35-11:30 a.m. Division II • Reid events: 9 a.m. • Running finals: 1:20-3:15 p.m. Division I • Reid events: 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. • Running events: 4:15-6:15 p.m.

Girls state track and field

Turpin, Mason lead local Division I field By Tom Groeschen The Cincinnati Enquirer

Greater Cincinnati girls are projected to contend for several gold medals at the Ohio state track meet this weekend, after getting blanked last year. In the team race, Turpin and possibly Mason could compete for top-five Division I finishes as the meet runs today and Saturday at Welcome Stadium in Dayton. In Division I, Mercy's Shanna Dickenson (shot put) finished second last year but is projected to win this time by Ohio Track and Field News editor Carson Cheek. Dickenson, who holds the Cincinnati girls discus record (153-7), competed for Aiken last year. Middletown's Christina Grove (100 and 200 dashes), Mason's LeAuna Sistrunk (100 hurdles), Mason's Angela Bizzarri (3,200 run) and Turpin's Corey Randall (3,200 run) also are contenders. In Division II, Wyoming's Veronica Vance Oong jump) and Middletown Madison's Jenna Nance (pole vault) could win championships after finishing second last year. · Taylor's Emily Thompson could contend for the 1,600 title, ifhealthy. She has a hamstring injury, but the second-best time in the state this year (4:58.69). In Division III, Reading's Courtney Engel (1,600) is the top medal hope.

Top Greater Cincinnati girts Projected by Track and Field News: DIVISION 1: Discus - Shanna Dickenson (Mercy), projected winner: Shot put- Kasi Foster (Loveland), Shanna Dickenson (Mercy), possible top 3; 100 dash- Christina Grove (Middletown). AshleyWamdort (Oak Hills), possible top 3; 200 dash·- Christina Grove (Middletown), projected top 2: 100 hurdles- LeAuna Sistrunk (Mason), projected top 2; 1600 runCorey Randall (Turpin), Casey Keefer (Lakota East), possible top 3: 3200 run - Angela Bizzarri (Mason). Corey Randall (Turpin), Carolyn Rauen (Turpin), projected 1-2-3; 3200 relayTurpin (Carolyn Rauen, Melanie Price, Corey Randall, Heather Clark), probable top 3; Team - Turp1n and Mason, possible top 5. DMSION II: Long jump - Veronica Vance (Wyoming), projected top 3; Pole vault - Jenna Nance (Middletown Madison), projected winner: 1600 run - Emily Thompson (Taylor), possible top 3: 3200 run - Lisa Uible (Indian Hill) possible top 3. • DIVISION Ill: 1600 run - Courtney Engel (Reading), possible top 3.

Girls meet at a glance Where: Welcome Stadium, Dayton When: 9 a.m. today and Saturday

TODAY Division Ill • Reid Events: Noon-3:30 p.m. • Running finals: (4-x-800-meter relay), 9:30a.m. • Running semifinals: 10 a.m. to Noon Division II • Reid events: 10 a.m. • Running finals (4-x-800-meter relay), 1:30 p.m. • Running semifinals: 2-4 p.m. Division I • Running finals: (4-x-800-meter relay), 4:30p.m. • Running semifinals: 5-7 p.m. •

SATURDAY Division Ill • Running finals: 9:30-11:30 a.m. Division II • Field events: 9a.m. • Running finals: 1:15-3:15 p.m. Division I • Reid events: 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. • Running finals: 4:15-6:15 p.m.


Cincinnati and Xavier University could get quite a bit hotter if things fall together properly during the next few months. Amid the chatter over the possible move of Miami, Boston College and Syracuse from the Big East to the Atlantic Coast Conference, one possible scenario that has emerged has UC and XU both joining a revamped Big East Conference that would create a powerful basketball league and keep Big East football alive, possibly with its Bowl Championship Series· affiliation intact. Under this scenario, the Big East would respond to the defections by forming a 16-team league with two eight-team divisions, one consisting of football and basketball schools, the other consisting of basketball-only schools. If that were to happen, UC and Louisville are the two schools considered the most likely candidates

championship. Until Miami makes its decision, which is expected within the next . few weeks, no one knows for sure what the Big East will do, but given the league's reputation and history, it's logical to expect a quick, aggressive response. The 16school, two-division setup has some benefits. · From a football standpoint, the Big East would be getting two schools that have experienced recent success in Conference USA, both with attractive stadiums and major television markets. UC and Louisville would join Pittsburgh, West Vrrginia, Vrrginia Tech, Rutger~ and Connecticut for football. The league then would seek an eighth member from among Memphis, Marshall, Temple, South Florida or Central Florida and play a seven-game league schedule every year. Notre Dame, which would re-

c a V t< g r• a t! F c l• a f j I t

( I <

Belmont: Buzz is building for race From Cl

Funny Cide has skeptics. "People are not sure that this is . the real deal," Lukas said. "He's gowouldn't be that big a deal~" That was the case in the 1970s, ing to have to earn that esteem in when Secretariat, Seattle Slew and the industry." Affirmed won the Triple Crown in a Funny Cide's bid has juiced up span of six years. Until Secretariat the Belmont Stakes, which is less in 1973, it had been 25 years since important nationally when a Triple Citation swept the Kentucky Der- Crown isn't on the line. by, Preakness and Belmont. Lukas joked that New York RaeAffirmed was a popular champi- ing Association officials "clicked on, with a teenage jockey who be- their heels" when Funny Cide won came a household · the Preakness by 9% lengths to name. But he won keep his bid alive. Lukas' horse, in 1978, before the Scrimshaw, finished third. Internet and 24"If Scrimshaw were in front, hour cable televithey'd have got a little sick to their stomach," Lukas said. sion could .trans- · · fonn him into a suRacing officials expect as many perstar. ·· ·· ····· as 120,000 people will attend Saturday, which would shatter last Funny Cide, year's record of 103,222. however, has gen- Lukas erated a buzz that · But if different horses had won for now transcends the sport. Since the Kentucky Derby and Preakgaining national prominence a ness this year, Lukas said, "We'd month ago, the chestnut horse has have 30,000 people here and they'd his own Web site and receives fan have the lowest rating in television mail addressed simply: Funny we've ever had." · Cide, Belmont Park. Although the Derby is an AmerHe's the only one of six horses in ican institution, the Preakness and the race with a big sign touting him Belmont suffer by comparison, outside the track, and he's the star even though the Belmont, in its of radio and TV spots that call him 135th · year, is the oldest of the "the gutsy gelding." Several of his three. 10 owners have been profiled in Without Funny Cide's rags-tonewspapers and on TV shows that possible-riches tale, Lukas said: don't normally cover racing. ''This is a really bland race. We ''You can't buy this marketing," don't have any marquee horses." McPeek said. Lukas and Frankel don't give the It's not just the horse that has gelding's legacy much of a chance, America hooked. It's his story. He even if Funny Cide wins the Triple cost $75,000 - cheap by thorough- Crown. · bred standards; he's a gelding bred "Instead of it being 15 minutes' in New York; his owners are either news, it'll last a couple days. That's retired or work in construction, ca- it," Lukas said. "For this to help the teringorretail; and his trainer, Bar- game, he has to come back and declay Tagg, has toiled for decades in velop a fan base. He needs to keep near-obscurity. going. If he just does it and drops Yet those are the same r€asons out of sight, it won't be a big thing."

NFL notebook

Moore becomes 3rd pick to sign deal with Bengals By Mark Curnutte The Cincinnati Enquirer

ly 28. The last day of camp will be Aug. 21. On Aug. 6 and 14, the team will hold practices at 6:30 p.m. Autograph sessions will be held immediately following the scrimmage, the mock game and the two night practices. Camp will be held for the seventh consecutive year at Georgetown College in Georgetown, Ky., near Lexington. BROWNS: Tun Couch's job may be more secure than he or anyone else in Cleveland ever imagined. Browns coach Butch Davis seemed to diffuse his team's simmering quarterback controversy on Thursday by saying Couch had never lost his starting position to Kelly Holcomb. COLTS: Quarterback Jim Druckenmiller was released Thursday by the Indianapolis Colts, ending his NFL comeback after a tltree-year layoff. Druckenmiller hasn't played in the NFL since 1998 and hasn't tltrown a pass ina game since 1997, the same year he was picked 26th overall in the draft's first round. _·_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

Rookie defensive tackle Langston Moore signed a threeyear contract Thursday. · Moore was the Bengals' sixthround draft pick from South Carolina. Moore is the third draft pick to sign, joining quarterback Carson Palmer (first round) and offensive tackle Scott Kooistra (seventh). GOING CAMPING: The annual scrimmage, the most popular event of training camp, will be moved this year from Saturday to Friday night, Aug. 1. The next day will feature a new. event, the Orange-Black Mock Game. Game time is 1 p.m. "We're essentially going to play a live game, keeping score, but without tackling," coach Marvin Lewis said: The mock game also will serve as a sideline-and-substitution drill under game conditions- preparing the team for the Aug. 10 preseason opener at the Jets. Players will report to camp July 27. Camp will be open to the pub- The Associated Press contributed lie with the ooenin1r practices Ju- to this rePort.


Track and Field Ohio State Track Championships Today (at Welcome stadium, Dayton, Ohio)

Division I, II, Ill, 9:30a.m.

Boy~ Track

and Field

state Meet At Welcome Stadium Friday's Results

·

DIVISION I

Team totals (one event scored): 1. North Canton Hoover 10; 4. St. xavier 5; 6. La Salle 3. Championship finals: 3200 relay- 4. St. Xavier (Randy King, Chris Corglat. David DiNuoscio, Kyle Kowalski) 7:42.79, city record; 6. La Salle (Dan Mink, , Jason Beck, Bill Keckheis, Ertc Mayhaus) 7:49.06. Heat qualifiers for today's finals: 100 - Marc ' Johnson (Middletown) 10.89; 400 relay- Middletown (Johnson, Conley, Edwards, Amos) 41.55; 400 Marque Jones (Wilmington) 49.19; 200- Quincy Edwards (Midd) 22.10; 1600 relay- St. Xavier (Mitchell, DiNuoscio, Corgiat, Spotts) 3:19.54. DNQ: 400 relay- Winton Woods 42.98; 300H Jason Vinson (Milford) 39.55.

DIVISION II Team totals (four events): 1. Shelby 14; 12. Hillsboro 5; 16. Goshen 4. Champibnship finals: 3200 relay- No locals; U5. Jeremy Barrial (Goshen) 21-101'4; 10. Ryan VanDyke (Green. McClain) 21-0; PV - 4. Dugan Wood (Hillsboro) 14-0; SP- No locals. Heat qualifiers fortoday's finals: 400- Ryan VanDyke (Green. McClain) 50.48. · DNQ: 1600 relay- Martemont 3:26.66; ClintonMassie 3:27.33.

_

DIVISION Ill

Team totals (s~ events): 1. Columbus Grove 26; 39. CHCA 1. Championship finals: SP - 8. Jason Bittner (CHCA) 52-4 %; 16. Blayne Janney (CHCA) 45-9 'h; 3200 relay, HJ, Disc, U, PV.- No locals. Heat qualifiers for today's finals: No locals. DNQ: 100 - 16. Zach Han (CHCA) 11.67; 400 Ryan Seesholtz (Gtown) 51.95.

·Girls Track and. Field State Meet At Welcome Stadium friday's Results

DIVISION I Team scores (one event scored): 1. Clev. Hts. Beaumont 10; 2. Turpin 8; 7. Mason 2. Championship finals: 3200 relay- 2. Turpin (Carolyn Rauen, Corey Randall, Melanie Prtce, Heather Clark) 9:09.31, city record; 7. Mason (Jennifer Dooley, Kelsey Flaherty, Sarah Gaunt, Angela Bizzarri) 9:24.56. Heat qualifiers for today's finals: 100H - leAuna Sistrunk (Mason) 14.47; Kirby Blac~ey (St. Ursula) 15.00; Monica Hundley (fairfield) 15.12; 100- Chrtstina Grove (Middletown) 12.20; 400 relay - Winton . Woods (Dees, Brown, Bradwell, Ogletree) 48.15; Mid- ·' dletown (Doms, Bess, McMonigle, Grove) 48.53; 300H- Sistrunk (Mason) 44.13; 200- Grove (Midd) 24.32; 1600 relay - Walnut Hills (Martin, Carson, Chapman, Carr) 3:55.95. DNQ: 100H-Myra Bess (Midd) 15.25; 100- Ashley Ogletree (WinWds) 12.61; Ashley Wamdorf (Oak Hills) 12. 77; 800 relay - Fairfield 1:43.94, Turpin 1:44.97; 400 - Wamdorf (OH) 60.4 7; Heather Clark (Turp) 60.56; Stacy Chew (Mason) 60.61; 300H- Con Carr (Walnut Hills) 44.55; Bess (Midd) DNF; 200Ogletree (WinWds) 25. 72.

·

.

DIVISION II

. Team scores (through three events): 1. Teays Valley, Shelby, Huron 10; 4. Clinton-MassieS; 7. Ta~or 6. Championship finals: 3200 relay - 3. Taylor (Lange Gilby, Carrie Crofford, Heather Mangin, Emily Thompson) 9:48.03; Disc- 2. Alicia Smith (C-Massie) 135'0; 16. Aubrey Edwards (CHCA) 101-7; HJ - No locals. Heat qualifiers for today's finals: None. DNQ: 400- Lange Gilby (Taylor) 59.8.

DIVISION Ill Team scores (four events): 1. Lancaster Fisher Catholic 17.5; 27. Cin. Country Day 3. Championship finals: 3200 relay- 6. Cln. Country Day (Danielle Schneider, Kamia Sm~h, Claire Bechhold, Brooke lvey) 9:51.30; Disc -14. Mary Hensley (Reading) 111-10; HJ, SP, U, PV- No locals; Heat qualifier for today's finals: 100 - 5. Judith Bataille (Felicity) 12. 75.


C4 SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 2003

SPCl

Girls state track and field

Turpin sets· city record i But fast time not quite enough for championship By Tom Groeschen The Cincinnati Enquirer

DAYI'ON - Turpin's 3,200 relay team ran stylishly into Cincinnati history here Friday, pink ponytails and all. And they didn't even win their event, despite a city-record .performance at the Ohio state track meet at Welcome Stadium. The Spartans, sporting braided hair and pink-tinged ponytails as a show of unity, ran ·a city-record girls time of 9:09.31 but finished second to Cleveland Heights Beaumont in the opening Division I girls race. Beaumont won the event for the third year in a row. "We planQed to get a 10-second

lead and then try to hold on," said Turpin anchor Heather Clark. "We gotthelead,butiknewlinrightbe tough to hold it." · Turpin's veteran team of seniors Corey Randall and Melanie Price and juniors Carolyn Rau~::n and Clark all held the lead at various stages, but Beaumont star anchor Maggie Infeld was too much. Infeld overtook Clarkand won with yards to spare, as Beaumont hit the tape in 9:07.91.. Infeld is the defending state champion in the 800 and 1,600. "She just had a bigger kick than rrie," Clark said. "I heard my roaches yelling, 'Stay with her,' but she's very good. We ran our fastest time, so Iguesswe11 be happy with that." The previous city record was 9:12.89, set in 1999 by Colerain's Kelly Crum, Jennifer Umle, Terie Littlepage and. Melissa Miller. The Turpin relay team finished third at state last year and fifth the

year before that. Turpin's full team, the regional champion last week, dyed coach Dan Dever's hair several· colors (green, purple and pink) this week. . Dever said he would do so ifTurpin won the regional, and said he was · going to get a tattoo that said "Turpin Track" if the Spartans had beaten Beaumont in the 3,200. Today is another day, with the Spartans still hoping to score in several more events and try to meet or beat last year's sixth-place team finish at state. TAYLOR PEAKS: Taylor sprang a . pleasant surprise in the Division II 3,200 relay, finishing third. The Yellowjackets entered with just the ninth-best time in the field, but leadoff runner Lange Gilby sprinted into second place early. Taylor stayed in the top three the entire race and briefly led on the third leg of the event. The team, in running order, was

Boys state track and field

St. Xavier leaves its name in hist 3,200 relay breaks city's oldest mark but finishes 4th By Tom Groeschen . The Cincinnati Enquirer

DAYI'ON - St. Xavier broke one of Cincinnati's oldest prep track records Friday, in the fastest 3,200-meter relay race in Ohio boys history. The Bombers' team of sophomore Randy King, senior David DiNuoscio; senior Kyle Kowalski and senior Chris Corgiat sprinted to a time of 7:42.79 - and finished fourth. The Division I opening race highlighted Cincinnati boys action Friday, the first day of the state track meet at Welcome Stadium. . 'We11 settle for the city record," Corgiat said. 'We knew it was a pretty fast pace out there." The winning team, North Canton Hoover, ran 7:41.74 to break the Ohio record of 7:41.99. St. Xavier, for its part, broke the Cincinnati record of 7:46.00 set in 1986by Princeton's Julian Wagner, Ty Olverson, Larry Mathews and Allen DeGraffenreid. Princeton's record was the oldest remaining for a Cincinnati boys prep running event, with the only three longerstanding records being in field events. 'UThAn itUJ~"' nvAr runnArQ nn

o:11l

the top teams were gasping for air 400 relay team. on a hot, sunny day. The Middies also could snare 'Where's the water?" Corgiat big points today from sophomore Jeff See, who is among the favorwanted to know. ites iri both the 800 and 1,600 runs. He wasn't alone. 'We just wanted to get every'We didn't realize it was that quick a pace," Kowalski said. "See- body to the finals and see where ' ing our time, we dropped 11 sec- the points lie after that," Middleonds since last week. I guess we town coach Floyd Horton said. just about had to." . TOUGH DAY: Goshen senior JereSt.Xdidn'tevenhaveitsstarting my Barrial finished fifth in the Divilineup, at that. Sophomore Rick sion II long jump (21-101!4), after King, twin brother of Randy, was having the second-best regional sick and didn't run. Kowalski jump in Ohio last weekend stepped in for a fanriliar "relief' (22-2%). role,havingsatinforCorgiat-who · "I was hoping for gold,'' Barrial also was runiring the 400 dash and r: 1,600 relay at regionals -last week. · - - - - - - - - - La Salle, which has dueled Greater Catholic League rival St. Xavier in the distance events for many years, also 'set a hot pace Friday before finishing sixth. La Salle leadoff runner Eric Mayhaus got the Lancers off to a first-place start on his leg. La Salle fell back but still finished in a quick 7:49.06, not far from the Cincinnati record itself. ' MIDDlE POWER: Middletown, the defending state team champi. on, put itself in position to finish high again. TheMiddiesareprojectedtofinish either second or third to Cleveland Glenville and didn't hurt their cause Friday by sending all possible qualifiers to the finals. Included were defending 100-meter state t champ Marc Johnson, 200-meter 1'"1tnnl=lor ()utnMr

J4Nur".lrr1c ".lnA tho

~


Boys traGb rcs;its Division I regional (AI Welcome Stadium) Team standings (three events scored): 1. Moeller, Centerville 18; 3. Greenville 14; 4. Wilmington, Elder 10; 6. Anderson, Day. Dunbar,

.

Princeton 8; 9. Piqua 5; 10. Fairbom, lakota East4; 12. St. Xavier, Fairmont, Lebanon 3; 15. Winton Woods 1. State qualifiers (lop four qualify to stale meet next week): 3200 relay -1. St. Xavier (Randy King, Rick King, David DiNuoscio, Kyle Kowalski) MllnniJ~Z::t;-nnnUJI-nuuu::.\·ntN>7Vtm<n~tt,

nnvu•,

Toran, Anth. Johnson) 43.0; Princeton (Bannister, Long,. Eastman, Summe~in) 43.1; Hami~on (Harris, Rice, Rhodes, Anderson) 43.8; Elder (Brown, Barone, Byrne, Steidel) 44.1; 100 - Marc Johnson (Midd) 10. 79; Quincy Edwards (Midd) 11.01; Jamaine Johnson (Taft) 11.04; Terrance Sherrer (Cole) 11.15; 110H Rashawn Eastman (Prine) 15.28; 110H - Rayshawn Eastman (Prin) 15.2B; 200 - Marc Johnson (Midd) 22.4; Quincy Edwards (Midd) 22.74; Dan lmpellizzerri (And) 22.89; Aaron Bannister (Prin) ·22.9; Brandon Underwood (Ham) 23.21; 300H Jason Vinson (Milf) 40.51; Dave Wright (OakH) 40.96; Bryan Carpenter (Milf) 41.47; 1600 relay-Anderson (Niestradt, Knapmeyer, Mullenax, lmpellizerri) 3:26.21; St. X (Mitchell, Corgiat, DiNuoscio, Spotts) 3:22.06; Hami~on (Rhodes, Anderson, Stephens, Underwood) 3:26.17; Wilmington (Jones, Harris, Arrington, Singleton) 3:27.73; Princeton (Bailey, Eastman, Bannister, N/A) 3:2B.97. Division II (at P"~qua)

Wednesday's resulls State Qualifiers 3200Relay-1. Marion Local 8:04.7, 2. Ft. Loramie B:08.54, 3. Yellow Springs 8:13.58, 4. Minster 8:14.11; Disc-No local Qualifiers; U-No local qualifiers; Pole-No local qualifiers. Friday's Regional final Qualifiers: lOOM-Hon (CHCA), Seesholtz (Georgetown); 400M-Seesholtz (Georgetown); 200M-Hon (CHCA).

, Girls track results Division I regional IAI Welcome Stadium) Team standings (two events scored): 1. Mercy 13.5; 2. Winton Woods, Trotwood-Madison, ·Vandalia Butler 10; 5.. Loveland 9; 6. Sycamore 5.5; 7. Mt. Notre Dame 5; 8'; Colerain, Mason 4; 10. Piqua 3; 11. Dayton C-J, Oak Hills 1.5; 13. Wilmington 1. · State qualifiers (top four qualify to stale meet next week): 3200 relay - 1. Turpin (Carolyn Rauen, Melanie Price, Corey Randall, Heather Clark) 9:21.67; 3. Mason (Kelsey RahMy, Ashley Whited, Sarah Gaunt, Angela Bizzarri) 9:33. 77; SP - 2. Shanna Dickenson (Mercy) 40-7 %; 3. Kasi Foster (love) 40-2 I>; 4. Michelle Jones (MND) 38-41>; HJ -1. Alishia Glover (WintWds) 5-4; 3 (tie) Renee Hein (Mercy) 5-2 and Meghan Sweeney (Syc) 5-2. Runners qualifying to Saturday's regional finals: 300H - LeAuna Sistrunk (Mason) 45.15; Myra Bess (Midd) 45.22; Monica Hundley (Fair) 45.64; Cori Carr (Walnut) 46.05; 400 - Heather Clark (Turp) 60.01; Ashley Warndort (OakH) 60.03; Sidne' Mays (Love) 60.56; Stacy Chew (Mason) 61.34; 200 -Christina Grove (Midd) 25.09; Ashley Ogletree (WintWds) 25.62; Jasmine Boyd (WintWds) 26.01; Kristen Lindsay (Prin) 26.16; 400 relay - Winton Woods (Oees, Brown, Bradwell, Ogletree) 4B.54; Lakota West (Long, Smith, Votaw, Spencer) 50. 77; Mason (Barnes, LeGette, Milner, Wood) 50.99; 800 relay - Turpin (beans, Farmer, Clarl<, Behrendt) 1:45. 79; Fairfield (Riipek, Tolbe~. Hundley, Schumacher) 1:45.95; Mason (Young, Milner, Gabel, Chew) 1:46.92; Winton Woods (Bradwell, Boyd, Dees, N/ A) 1:45.07); Walnut Hills (Martin, Carson, Gilliam, Carr) 1:46.56); 100 Christina Grove (Midd) 12.55; Ashley Ogletree (WinWds) 12.47; Ashley Wamdort (OakH) 12.58; Kathy Dees (WinWds) 12.66; Stacy lmpellizzeri (And) 12. 7; Kelsey Davis (Love) 12. 77; !DOH LeAuna Sistrunk (Mason) 14. 73; Monica Hundley (Fair) 14. 76; Kirby Blackley (St. U)'14. 79; Myra Bess (Midd) 15.25; Crystal Miller (Prine) 15.69; Cori Carr (Walnut) 15.87; Ma~ina .Tolbe~ (fair) 16.11; 1600 relay- Walnut Hills (Martin, Chapman, Carson, Carr) 4:02.9; Mason (Chew, Young, Gaunt, Sistrunk) 4:04.58; Withrow (Stanton, Perry, Coneal, Ca~er) 4:08.20; McAuley (O'Quinn, Love, Caddell, Babel) 4:08.40. Division II (at Piqua)

Wednesday's resulls State Qualifiers 3200Relay-1. Minster 9:23.12, 2. Ft. Loramie 9:27.46, 3. CCO (Schneider, Smith, Bechhold, lvey) 9:42.28, 4. Versailles 9:47.6; SP-1. Castle (McGuffey) 37-B 1>, 2. Weisenberger (Troy Christ) 35-5 1>, 3. Jennings (New Paris) 34-11 1>, 4. Schlater (New Bremen) 34-0; HJ-Mescher (New Bremen) 5-4, 2. Kremer (Minster) 5-4, 3. (tie) Wuebker(Marion Local) 5-4, Borhorst(Ft. Loramie) 5-4. Friday's Regional final qualifiers: lOOHurdles-Stoehr (CCD); 100M-Bataille (Felicity); 800Relay-Summit; 400Relay-CCD; 400M-Smith (CCD); 300Hurdles-Stoehr (CCD); 200M-Bataille (Felicity).


Track and field

Roa ties regional vault mark Elder Sr. misses in three attempts at state ·record By Tom Groeschen The Cincinnati Enquirer

DAYTON - Elder senior Tun Roa nearly broke the state record in the pole vault here Thursday, highlighting Division I regional track action at Welcome Stadium. Roa did tie the regional record of 15 feet, 6 inches. He then missed three attempts at 16-1, which would have broken the state record of 16-()14. 'Two of the three times, I should have had it," Roa said. "I just came down on the bar. I can do it, hopefullY next week." Roa enjoyed quite a battle Thursday with Anderson senior John Porter, who cleared a personal-best 15-0 to finish second. Both qualified to the state meet next week. Roa holds the Cincinnati city record with a vault of15-10, set earlier this month at the Greater Catholic League meet. Last year, his best vault was 14-0. "It's been a lot ofhard work, lifting weights and just getting in the right frame of mind," Roa said. For Anderson, Porter is part of a strong legacy of vaulters. One of his coaches is Bill Riffle, who won the state for Anderson in 1984 with a vault of 14-6. Porter's main vault coach, Ben Novak, once held the city mark of 15-0 when he was at Turpin. And Kyle Wolf, son of Anderson head coach Andy Wolf, recently finished fourth in the NCAA Division ill meet for Wilmington with a vault of 16-8. Porter's15-0ranksse·condinAnderson annals to Jake Andreadis, who went 15-3 in 1994. BOYS STARS: Regional winners Thursday also included Moeller's John Harper in the discus (169-11), Wilmington's Marque Jones in the long jump (23-03,4) and St. Xavier's 3,200 relay team of David DiNuoscio, Kyle Kowalski, and twins

The Cincinnati Enquirer/ JEFF SWINGER

Taft's Jamalne Johnson (center) runs to a third-place finish in his . heat in the 100-meter dash Thursday.

/

·•

\

The Cincinnati Enquirer/ JEFF SWINGER

The Cincinnati Enquirer/JEFF SWINGER

Wilmington's Marque Jones spreads his wings to win the boys long jump (23-0%) Thursday at Dayton's Welcome Stadium.

Fairfield's Monica Hundley pulls ahead and wins her heat in the 100-meter hurdles Thursday.

Randy and Rick King (7:57.14). HIGH JUMPER: Wmton Woods junior Alishia Glover won the high jump at 5-4 and said she has gone 5-8 in practice. She missed an attempt at 5-'llh Thursday; which would have given her a regional record. '1 finished 15th at state last year, and I know I'll do better this time," she said. 'Top three for sure." TURPIN AGAIN: Turpin's veteran girls 3,200 relay team won easily in

next week."

9:21.67. The relay team is seniors Corey Randall and Melanie Price and juniors Carolyn Rauen and Heather Clark. Clark, the anchor runner, said the 3,200 team is due to win at state. "We were fifth two years ago, then wewerethirdlastyear," Clark said. "Hopefully, we11 move up another two places this year. I've heard we've got the fastest time in the state, but we11 just have to see

BIZZARRI SHINES: Mason fresh-

man Angela Bizzarri, the state Division I cross country champion last fall, pulled an amazing comeback for the Comets in the 3,200 relay. Mason was in ninth place when Bizzarri took the baton as anchor. She ran a blistering 2:13 in her 800 meters, overtaking all but two runners. Mason's third-place finish qualified for state, with the top four

finishers advancing. • UP NEXT: The Division II regional meet concludes today at Welcome Stadium, beginning with the resumption of the pole vault (post· poned by rain Wednesday) at 3 p.m. More field events (5 p.m.) and the rest of the running finals (6 p.m.) will follow. Division I regionals finish Saturday (11:30 am.) at Welcome Stadi,~ urn. Division mregionals, in Piqua, conclude today (5 p.m.). ··


Boys track <o- 1 _

o3

DIVISION I REGIONAL (AI Welcome Stadium, Dayton}

Top team results: 1. Huber Heights Wayne 63.5; 2. Middletown 51; 5. St. l<avier 40; 6. Moeller 39; 10. Wilmington 23; 11. La Salle20; 13. Sycamore 18; 14. Princeton 16; 15. Anderson 15; 17. Elder 13; 18. Colerain 12; 22. Milford, lakota East8; 26. Winton Woods 6; 28. Hamilton 4; 31. Taft, Oak Hills, lebanon 3; 35. lakota West 2.5; 36. Mt. Healthy, Harrison 2.

Local stale qualifiers (top four qualify to stale meet next week}: 3200relay -1. St. Xavier (Randy King, Rick King, David DiNuoscio, K~e Kowalski) 7:57.14; 3.la Salle (Dan Mink, Bill Keckeis, K~e Dragan, Eric Mayhaus) 7:·5B.38; Disc -1. John HarPer (Moe) 169-11; 3. Ben McGrath (Moe) 157-7; PV!.'lim Roa (Eid) 15-6 (tied regional reoord); 2. John Porter (And) 15-0; U -1. Marque Jones (Wilm) 23-0 o/4; 3: Gerald Bailey (Prin) 22-0 \0; SP- 2. Zach Smith (Moe) 57-1 V.; 110H- Non·e; 100-2. Marc Johnson (Midd) 10.61; 1600-1. Jeff See (Midd) 4:23.06; 3. Kyle Kowalski (SIX) 4:26.64; 4. Brad Neumann (Syc) 4:27.50; HJ-4. Devon Rhodes(Syc) 6-2;400relay-3. Middletown (Marc Johnson, Dee Conley, Quincy Edwards, Andre Amos) 43.32; 4. Winton Woods (Andrew Johnson, Vincent Toran, Jamaal Akbar, Anthony John-

son) 43.99; 400- 1. Marque Jones (Wilm) 49.83; 300H- 2. Jason Vinson (MilD 39.64; BOO -1. Jeff See (Midd) 1:58.4B; 2. Mar1< Bier1<an (Cole) 2:00.81; 4. Rick King (SIX) 2:00.99; 200- 3. Quincy Edwards (Midd) 22.25; 3200-1. Ertc Mayhaus (laS) 9:37.2; 2. Luke Beurtein (Moe) 9:38.0; 3. Brad Neumann (Syc) 9:39.3; 1600 relay - 2. St. Xavier (latarro' Mitchell, David DiNuoscio, Chris Corgiat, Matt Spotts) 3:23.34.

Girls track DIVISION I REGIONAL (AI Welcome Stadium} Top team results: 1. Turpin 63; 2. Mason 56; 3. Winton Woods 42; 5. Middletown 34; 7. Fairfield 30; 9. Colerain 26; 11. Mercy 24.5; '!3. lakota East 20; 14. Walnut Hills 19; 15. Oak Hills 17.5; 16. St. Ursula 17; 19. Loveland 14; 20. Wilmington, Mt Notre Dame 13; 22. Sycamore 11.5; 25. Ursuline, Withrow, Harrison, Princeton 6; 30. Kings 5; 35. McNicholas 3; 36. Milford, McAuley 2; 39. Anderson, lakota West 1. Slate qualifiers (lop four qualify to stale meet next week}: 3200 relay -1. Turpin (Carolyn Rauen, Melanie Price, Corey Randall, Heather Clar1<) 9:21.67; 3. Mason (Kelsey Aaherty, Ashley Whited, Sarah Gaunt, Angela Bizzarri) 9:33. 77; SP - 2. Shanna Dickenson (Mercy) 40-7 %; 3. Kasi Foster (love) 40-2 V.; 4. Michelle Jones (MND) 38-4 V.; HJ - 1. Alishia Glover (WintWds) 5-4; 3 (tie) Renee Hein (Mercy) 5-2 and Meghan Sweeney (Syc) 5-2; 100H - 1. leAuna Sistrunk (Mason) 14.11; 2. Monica Hundley (Fair) 14.60; 3. Kirtly Blackley (StU) 14. 78; 4. Myra Bess (Midd) 14.96; 100-' 2. Christina Grove (Midd) 11.89; 3. Ashley Wamdort (OakH) 12.23; 4. Ashley· Ogletree (WinWds) 12.31; 800 relay - 3. Turpin (Danna Deans, Jennifer Farmer, Heather Clar1<, Nancy Behrendt) 1:46.08; 4. Fairfield (Katie Filipek, Monica Hundley, Martina Tolbert, Sarah Schumacher) 1:46.38; 1600- 1. Corey Randall (Turp) 5:07.97; 2. Casey Keefer (lakE) 5:10.85; 3. Angela Bizzarri (Mason) 5:14.20; 4. Melanie Price (Turp) 5:18.37; 400 relay - 1. Winton Woods (Kathy Dees, Daitiara Brown, Micole Bradwell, Ashley Ogletree) 49.16; 2. Middletown (Amber Doms, Myra Bess, Kandace McMonigle, Christina Grove) 49.25; 400- 2. Ashley Wamdort (OakH) 59.40; 3. Stacy Chew (Mason) 59.86; 4. Heather Clar1< (Turp) 60.03; ·

Farm~ (r~~ot"~~ ~~;n~le~~~i~~!~:e~i~;Jmf~;

300H- 2. leAuna Sistrunk (Masori) 45.23; 3. Con Carr (Walnut) 46.05; 4. Myra Bess (Midd) 46.45; 1· 3200o.l. Angela Bizzarri (Mason) 11:07.11; 2. Corey Randall (Turp) 11:08.4 7; 3. Carolyn Rauen (Turp) 11:09.14; 4. Maggie Chaney (Kings) 11:17.01; PV -1. Tara Meier (Cole) .10-3; 2. Margo Sanders (MND) 10-0; 3. Christina Tenlli (Syc) 10-0; 4. Beth Kir1<ham (Turp) 10-0; Disc - 1. Shanna Dickenson (Mercy) 143-10; 2. Ashley Howard (Wilm) 124-4; 3. Sara Penningroth (Harr) 123-10; 800-1. Casey Keefer (lakE) 2:16.96; 3. Brtttany Detzel (Cole) 2:18. 78; 4. Jessica Davlin (Ursulin~) 2:19.03; 200- 2. Christina Grove (Midd) 24.55; 4. Ashley Ogletree (WinWds) 25.59; 1600 relay -1. Walnut Hills (Morgan M<frtin, Jessica Chapman, Shante Carson, Con Carr) 4:02.9.


Boys track and field

Middletown· lacks depth but still has individual strength Middies end up in second place· as team at regionals

"We lost four awesome 400 runners from last year, and we knew that would be tough to replace," Fultz said. DOUBLING UP: Wilmington junior Marque Jones joined Middletown's See as the only Greater Cincinnati athletes to win two indiBy Tom Groeschen vidual Division I regional events. The Cincinnati Enquirer Jones won the long jump DAYfON- Middletown might Thursday (23-0%) and the 400 me-.· not repeat as Division !-boys state tersSaturday (49.83). Last year he track champion, but the Middies was third in the state in the long showed Saturday that the pro- jump, and last fall he was ··a gram still has plenty of juice. 1,000-yard rusher in football. The Middies, with sophomore Jones also had the state's top Jeff See winning the 1,600- and time in the 100 dash this year at 800-meter runs, finished second 10.54 seconds but didn't qualify to favored Huber Heights Wayne for regionals. in the Division I regional final at lANCER LEGACY: LaSalle senior Welcome Stadium. Wayne scored Eric Mayhaus won the 3,200 run 63lh points and Middletown 51, in 9:37.2, edging Moeller's Luke with St. Xavier (fifth place, 40 Beurlein at 9:38. Mayhaus, who atpoints). and Moeller (sbct:h, with so qualified for state Thursday in 39) next among local teams. the 3,200 relay, is among those See, state runner-up in the continuing the proud tradition of 1,600 as a freshman, won easily in LaSalle distance runners. both the 1,600 and 800 on Satur. "Eric is our sixth athlete to be day. His times of 4:23.06 and (Greater Catholic League) runner 1:58.48 admittedly were not his of the year in both cross country fastest, with distance runners bat- and track," LaSalle coach Frank tling a windy backstretch. See has Russo said. "He really wants to run 4:13.5 in the 1,600 and 1:54 In close his career on a high note." Mayhaus, headed to the Unithe 800, both of which put him in range of gold at the state meet versity of Cincinnati next season, · wants to ·make up for finishing ·next weekend. .• "I haven't peaked yet," See said. 24th in the state cross country . · "I'm waiting for next week." meet last fall. See beat standouts such as "I finished behind a lot of guys I St. Xavier's Kyle Kowalski (third) had beaten before,P' he said. "I just ·.·and Sycamore's Brad Neumann had a bad day. I took it upon my(fourth), who also qualified "for self to train even harder for track, state in the 1,600. In the 800, Cole- and maybe get a little revenge. I rain's Mark Bierkan (second) and think I'm ready to run a 9:10 next St. Xavier's Rick King (fourth) al- week, which I have to do if I want to finish high." so will go to state. As a team, Middletown might . UP NEXT: The state meet for not have the depth rieeded to beat both boys and girls is Friday and Huber Heights Wayne and Cleve- . Saturday at Welcome Stadium, land Glenville next weekend. Sev- the fourth and final year the meet eral standout sprinters graduated will'be in Dayton. . . in 2002. The state meet moves back to But Middies sprinters Marc Columbus in 2004, to Jesse OwJohnson (100 meters) and Quincy ens Memorial Stadium. The Edwards (200) are among those 11,000-seat Owens Stadium sits going to state, and they will join just north of the Schottenstein teammates Dee Conley and Center. The state meet was Andre Amos on a qualifying 400 moved to Dayton because of renorelay team. · vations in Columbus' Ohio StadiDavid Fultz, who coaches Mid- urn, with the old track eliminated dletown's distance runners, said from the "Horseshoe" facility. the team has fared well despite its graduationlosses. · E-mail tgroeschen@enquirer. com


Girls track and field

Turpin ignores cold to win regional title Team will dye coach's hair in celebration

I

"But it was ·on a Saturday. I was at ·somebody else's house and my brother came and got me. I made it by about 10 minutes." Si~trunk finished fifth in the event last year. . HAPPY ~DING: Mercy junior Shanna Dickenson broke her own By Tom Groeschim regional record in the discus, with The Cincinnati Enquirer a throw of 143-10. Her mark was DAYfON- Turpin's girls track 141-3last year. · team jogged through. a deliciously Dickenson was state runner-up satisfying victory lap Saturday on a last year, when she attended Aicold day at Welcome Stadium. ken. But she became unhappy at While most spectators hurried the school, had problems with a to the warmth of their cars, the ·. teacher and was dissatisfied with Spartans happily lagged behind. her aeademic environment. She Team members hoisted their sec- transferred to Mercy Jan. 22, and it ond consecutive Division I region- took nearly tw() months to obtain a! championship trophy, then ran an Ohio High School Athletic Aswith it around the track. sociation waiver that made her im'This is one of my greatest wins mediately eligible to play sports. in 32 years of coaching," Turpin Approval of such an exception coach Dan Dever said. "Every- must come from the superintenbody's been shooting at us an year, dents of both the "leaving" and "reso this means a lot." ceiving" schools. In Dickenson's Turpin scored 63 points to top case, Cincinnati Public Schools suMason's 56. The teams are rivals perintendentAiton Frailey initially in the Fort Ancient Valley C:onfer~ denied her request. But after reence Buckeye division, and Ma- ceiving documentation that Dickson had beaten the Spartans in enson had been under a doctor's both the league and district meets. care for stress, . Frailey reversed Turpin last year :finished sixth at his decision. state, tops among Cincinmiti girls "Ididn'tknowifi;dbebackhere Division I teams. again," Dickenson said. "It's so ex' · Saturday, senior distance spe- citing, because I just love track." cialist Corey Rruidall won the 1,600 Dickenson also qualified for Saturday and finished second in state in the shot put Thursday. HIGHER GROUND: Colerain sethe 3,200. Dever mentioned pleasant surprises including Beth Kirk- niorTara Meier cleared 10-3 to set ham (fourth in pole vault), Jennifer a girls regional pole vault record, Farmer (third in long jump) and which had been 10-0. Meier was the 800 relay team of Farmer, Dan- lOth at state last year and believes na Deans, Heather Clark and Nan- she can go 11 feet. The state best cy Behrendt (third). Melanie this year is 11-3, according to Ohio Price (fourth in 1,600) and Carolyn Track and Field News magazine. Rauen (third in 3,200) also made "I really think I can win," Meier . said. "I think I get top four at state Saturday. Dever is even going to let his least." girls dye his hair Monday. HANG ·IN THERE: Walnut Hills "I told them if they won the re- was favored to win the girls !,600 gional and if the 800 relay team got relay, and coach Karl Kauffman to state, they could dye my hair," gasped when anchor Cori Carr Dever said, then lifted his hat. stumbled while leading on the "Mostofitisgray,asyoucansee.I backstretch. She stayed upright think they're going to give me a and brought home the victory. rainbow look." 'That was a little too exciting," . CLOCK WATCHER: Mason junior Kauffman.said, grinning. LeAuna Sistrunk won the 100 hurOne of Walnut's 1,600 relay dies Saturday. Last year, .she for- members is sophomore Morgan got what day she was running and Martin, daughter of Taft football nearly missed the state meet. coach Mike Martin. "I thought it was on a Sunday, and I wasn't home," Sistrunk said: Girls and bovs results. C14 .

can


FN

SUNDAY, JUNE 8, 2003 Cl3

"What a great way to end a great-year for us. " Dave Dabbelt, Elder athletic director

Boys state track and field

Elder, Middletown athletes strike gold "What a great way to end a great year for us," said Elder athletic director Dave Dabbelt, who attended Saturday's meet. Elder head coach Mike Boeing · applauded his first state winner in 25 years as either assistant or head . coach, and Elder vault coach Rick , By Tom Groeschen Christoph ended a 1~year wait for The 'Cincinnati Enquirer his own state champ. Christoph is :DAYfON :- Elder pole vaulter known as the guru for Cincinnati Tun Roa became his school's first pole vaulters, with a vaulting area state track and field champion Sat- in- his large backyard. JOHNSON: The Middies senior urday, and Middletown's Marc Johnson (100 dash) and Jeff See defended his 100-meter dash title, (1,600 run) also won gold· at the silencing doubters who once included himself. Johnson lost a few Ohio state track meet. Middletown was runner-up in races early in the season, all the the Division I team standings with while rounding into shape. "My coaches told me not to wor33 points, behind Cleveland Glenville's 56. The Middies, state team ·ry about it, that I'd be there at the champion in 2002, were happy to end," Johnson said. "Losing some finish second after losing several races just added more fuel to the fire." top sprinters to graduation. 'The fact that we lost so much Johnson beat his top rival, Hubbut were able to step it up at state, er Heights Wayne's Jason Craig, that says·a lot for these kids," Mid- 10.66 to 10.82. It wasn't really that dletown coach Floyd Horton said. close. Johnson pulled ahead early The three Greater Cincinnati and was never threatened. Johnson also helped the boys gold med;ds. all in Division I, fell short of last year's combined Middies finish second in the 400 local-haul of six wins. But it was a relay, the team running a time of relatively decent day for Cincin~ 41.45. SEE: The Middletown sopho· nati teams all told, with four teams (Middletown, St. Xavier, Elder and more deemed his 1,600 victory Moeller) finishing in the top 16 in "perfect," as his 4:06.81 time fell shy 9f the state meet record of the meet at Welcome Stadium. Cincinnati had no winners in Di- 4:05.13. See waited untillate before burying the field with a powerful visions II or III. finishing kick. He won by nearly A look at the local winners: ROA: Elder has seen plenty of three seem-ids. champions in 80 years of sports, See's powerful performance, but until Saturday it had" not pro- under a late afternoon sun, thorduced a state track and field cham- oughly drained him. Less than an pion. hour later, he collapsed about midPanthers senior Roa cleared 15 way t4rough the 800-meter event. feet, 8 inches to win. Roa missed After being helped to his feet and three attempts at 1(X), which given water, he was fine. "I had nothing left," See said. . would have tied the state meet record. But he leaves with a state ti- 'The main idea was to win the tle and a Cincinnati record vault of 1,600. I gave ita shot in the800, but 15-10, set earlier this year. my coaches told me if I. couldn't 'The main goal was to win,'! Roa make it, I could stop." . said. "I'd have liked to break thereMiddletown coaches were just cord, but some days you do and happy See was OK some days you don't I'm happy." 'Thafs a lot to ask, running the Elder has won numerous state 1,600 and 800 in such a short time baseball, basketball and cross frame," Middies .distance coach ·country championships and a few David Fultz said. "He gave everyindividual titles. The Panthers' thing he had in the 1,600." . • football team won the program's Boys and girls track results, C14 first Division I state title last fall.

Roa, Johnson, See bring home championships


2 1-.J- o;:t. --------------•

HIGH SCHOOLS Today's Games BASEBAU District Tournament ~sionl

(at Midland) Greenville vs. Elder, 11 a.m. Spnngfield North vs. St Xavier, 12:30 p.m.

Division II

·

n (Anders¥ 50.0, 3. Monk (Turpin) 50.6, 4. DiNuoscio (St Xavier) 50.9; 300Hurdles-1. Vinson (Milford) 39. 7, 2. Carpenter(Milford) 40.4, 3. Knapmeyer (Anderson) 40. 7, 4. Mitchell (St Xa~er) 40. 7; 800MRa. King (St. Xavier) 1:57.6, 2. Ri. King (St. Xavier) 1:58.1, 3. Frost (Moeller) 1:58.9, 4. Scweet (Sycamore) 1:59.8; 200M-1. lmpellizerri (Anderson) 22.1; 2. Bannister (Pnnceton) 22.2, 3. Neal (Westem Brown) 22.3, 4. Mullenax (Anderson) 22.4; 3200M-1. Matheus (Kin~) 9:37.0, 2. Neumann (Sycamore) 9:38.7, 3. Beuenein (Moeller) 9:39.4, 4. Balmat (St. Xavier) 9:59.8; 1600Relay-1. St Xavier 3:19.7, 2. Anderson 3:22.9, 3. Pnnceton 3:27.2, 4. Loveland 3:28.1.

(at Centemllel Northwestern vs. New Richmond, 11 a.m. Badin vs. Graham, 2 p.m.

Division Ill (at Huber Heights Wayne)

Madison vs. CHCA, 10 a.m. Ben. logan vs. Carlisle, 1 p.m. Division IV (at Covington)

St. Bemard vs. Riverside, 11 a.m. Bradford vs. CCD, 1:30 p.m. Kentucky Beechwood at Covington Catholic, noon Holy Cross at Simon Kenton, 11 a.m. Newpon Central catholic at St. Henry, noon

FAST-PITCH SOFTliALL District Tournament ~sionl

(at Miami University) Fainnont vs. Colerain, 10 a.m. Beavercreek vs. Hamilton, noon Butler vs. lebanon, 2 p.m.

Division II

(at University of Dayton) Turpin vs. Ben. Logan, 10 a.m. Fran~in vs. Ta~or, 2 p.m. Division Ill (at Falnnontl Batavia vs. Ca~isle, 10 a.m. Blanchester vs. Arcanum, noon Division IV (at Huber Heights Wayne) Fenwick vs: St. Bemard, 1:30 p.m.

TRACK District Meet Division II at Loc~and, 1 p.m. Division Ill at Lockland, 10 a.m. BOYS TENNIS District Tournament Division I at Centerville, 9:30a.m. Division II at Princeton, 9:30a.m.

VOUEYBALL Regional Finals La Salle vs. St xavier at Mason, noon Elder(Weste!VIIIe S. vs. Hoban(Plckenngton at Hilliard Darby, 3 p.m. Moeller vs. Roger Bacon at Mason, 2 p.m.

Monday's Games BASEBALL Kentucky District Tournaments Eighth Region 32nd District (at Walton-Verona) Williamstown vs. Owen Co., 1 p.m. Walton-Verona vs. Scott Co., 4 p.m. Ninth Region 33rd District (at Boone Counb'l

Ryle vs. Simon Kenton, 1 p.m. St. Henry vs. Hentage, 4 p.m. 34th District (at Turkeyfool Middle School) Uoyd vs. Calvary Chnstian, noon Scott vs. Villa Madonna, 3 p.m. 35th District (at Co~ngton

.

Melnken Field, Covington) Catholic vs. Holmes, 6 p.m. 36th District (at

Newport)

Dayton vs. Bellevue, 11 a.m. , 10th Region 38th District ' (at St. Mary's School, Alexandria) Bishop Brossart vs. Pendleton Co., noon .Campbell Co. vs. Bracken Co., 2:30 p.m. Sliver Grove vs. Campbell/Bracken winner, 5

GIRLS TRACK District Meet ~sionl

(at Fairfield) Team Standings: 1. Colerain 100 \1, 2. Oak Hills 92, 3. St Ursula 82, 4. Winton Woods 80 \1, 5. Fairfield 74, 6. lakota East 52, 7. Mercy 40 \1, 8. McAuley 40, 9. lakota West 39, 10. Harrison 24, 11. Hamilton 16, 12. Mt Healthy 10, 13. Aiken 5, 14. Northwest 2, 15. (tie) Taft, Seton 1, 1i. Talawanda \1. Regional Qualifiers 100M-1. Ogletree (Winton Woods) 12.36, 2. Wamdort (Oak Hills) 12.63, 3. Dees (Winton Woods) 12.78, 4. Clifton (Colerain) 12.98; 200M-1. Olgetree '(Winton Woods) 25.20, 2. Burage (Colerain) 25. 75, 3. Boyd (Winton Woods) 25.83, 4. Zinser (Oak Hills) 25.90; 400M-1. Wamdort (Oak. Hills) 60.4, 2. Backscheider (St. Ursula) 1:01.3, 3. Rudler (St Ursula) 1:01.5, 4. Babel (McAuley) 1:02.9; 800M-1. Keefer (Lakota East) 2:15.2, 2. Detzel (Colerain) 2:18.0, 3. Schumacker (Fairfield) 2:19.8, 4. Connelly (lakota West) 2:20.6; 1600M-1. Keefer (lakota East) 4:59.4, 2. Detzel (Colerain) 5:14.3, 3. Wetenkamp (Oak Hills) 5:24.1, 4. Scherer (St. Ursula) 5:24.6; 3200M-1. Maas (Colerain) 11:43.2, 2. Knopf(Mercy) 11:43.7, 3. Winters (Colerain) 11:47.2, 4. Scherer (St. Ursula) 11:53.6; 100Hurdles-L Hundley (Fair1ield) 14.55, 2. Blac~ey (St Ursula) 14.74, 3. Tolbert (Fairfield) 16.21, 4. Backscheider (Oak Hills) 16.39; 300Hurdles-1. Blackley (St Ursula) 46.0, 2. Hundley (Fairfield) 46.4, 3. Brown (Winton Woods) 48.2, 4. Backschelder(Oak Hills) 48.3; 400Relay-L Winton Woods 48. 7, 2.lakota West 50.8, 3. Colerain 50.9, 4. Hamilton 51.7; 800Relay-1. Fair1ield 1:46.5, 2. Winton Woods 1:47.3, 3. Oak Hills 1:47.4,4. Colerain 1:47.6; 1600Relay-L McAuley 4:06.7, 2. Oak Hills 4:08.0, 3. St. Ursula 4:08.1, 4. Fairfield 4:08.3. (at Anderson)

Team Standings: 1. Mason 112, 2. Turpin 111, 3. loveland 96, 4. Pnnceton 73, 5. MND 62, 6. Walnut Hills 44, 7. Anderson 31, 8. Sycamore 28, 9. Ursuline 26, 10. Withrow 25, 11. McNicholas 13, 12. (tie) Milford, Batavia 12, 14. Kings 9, 15. Westem Brown 4, 16. Glen Este 1. Regional Qualifiers 100Hurdles-1. Sistrunk (Mason) 14.4, 2. Kestler (MND) 15.2, 3. Miller (Pnnceton) 15.2, 4. Carr (Walnut Hills) 15.3; 100M-1. Durrett (Withrow) 12.6, 2. Davis (loveland) 12.6, 3. Bames (Mason) 12.8, 4. lmpellizzen (Anderson) 12.8; 800Relay-L Turpin 1:45.2, 2. Walnut Hills 1:45.9, 3. Mason 1:46.4, 4. Withrow 1:46.9; 1600M-L Pnce (Turpin) 5:00.8, 2. Randall (Turpin) 5:01.3, 3. Bizzarri (Mason) 5:03.6, 4. Roflow (McNicholas) 5:12.4; 400Relay-L Pnnceton 50.2, 2. Turpin 50.8, 3. Mason 51.0, 4. Walnut Hills 51.3; 400M-1. Mays (Loveland) 59.3, 2. Chew (Mason) 59.6, 3. Clar1< (Turpin) 59.7, 4. Young (Mason) 1:01.0;'300Hurdles-L Sistrunk (Mason) 45.0, 2. Kes-

~~; ~~~~fl~-~·: a56~:r:: ~~~~~~~~i~:i7 ~~~~~:~:

3

lin (Ursuline) 2:17.8, 3. Dooley (Mason) 2:20.6, 4. Wines (MND) 2:21.0; 200M-1. Undsay (Pnnceton) 25.3, 2. Davis (loveland) 25.9, 3. Behrendt (Turpin) 25.9, 4. Durrett (Withrow) 26.1; 3200M-1. Bizzarri (Mason) 10:40.9, 2. Randall (Turpin) 10:43.0, 3. Chaney (Kin~) 10:54.1, 4. Rauen (Turpin) 11:03.0; 1600Relay-1. Masan 3:59.5, 2. Walnut Hills 4:0o.t; 3. MND 4:03.2, '4. Withrow 4:06.5.

VOUEYBALL

Regional Semifinals (at Mason) Roger Bacon (16-7) d. Fairfield (14-10) 15-12, 15-11 Moeller(22-4) d. Middletown (5-17) 15-2,15-7 (at Milford) La Salle (19-5) d. loveland (11-11) 15-9, 15-13 St xavier (21-5) d. Pnnceton (9-10) 15-0, 15-5


FAST·PITCH SOFTBALL Kentucky District Tournaments Eigblh Region 32nd District (at Mullins Field, Williamstown) Owen Co. vs. Scott Co .. 2 p.m. Walton-Verona vs. Williamstown, 4 p.m. 10th Region 36th District (at Campbell County) Bishop Brossart vs. Campbell Co., 10 a.m.

Friday's Results BASEBALL District Tournament Division II

!at eentemllel Purcell Marian 3, Eaton 2 (U innings) WP-Dugan (3-5); LP-Johnson. Hitting Leaders: P-Fairbanks 5-6 GWRBI. Reoords: P 1B-B, E 16-11.

Kentucky Ludlow 6, Highlands 4 WP-Behrens; LP-Hall. Hitting Leaders:.l-Hildebrant 2-4; lantry 2B, 2RBI; Storer 2-4 HR, 2RBI. HSmith 2-3; Mangert 2-4; Dektas 2-3; Brossart2B. Records: L14-10.

Dixie Heights 5, Newport 2 WP-Gerbus (7 K's); LP-Cunnlgan. Hitting Leaders: D-lehman 2B; Wang 2B; Borland 2-4 2B. N-Gntfin 2-3 HR. Records: D 11-17.

Simon Kenton 12, Uoyd 2 WP-Riches; LP-leftin. Hitting leaders: S-Parrott 2-4; Dawalt 2-4; 0. Brown 28; Farris 2-2 2 28, 3R81; Edelbrolch 28; Scott 2-2. lcFulmer HR; Scudder HR. Records: s 7-21, L14-16.

Covington c.ilholic 7, Ryle 2

WP-8osse; LP-Haggard. Hitting Leaders: C-Fahey 2-4 2B; Cordell 2-3; Holocher 2-3 2B; Simpson 2B. R-8urgess 3B, 2RBL Records: C23-9.

WaHon-Verona 3, Heritage 0 WP-Besselman (10 K's); LP-Bro. Napier. Hitting Leaders: W-Aannery 28. Records: w19-9.

FAST·PITCH SOFTBALL Division I (at Miami University) Lakota West 2, McAuley 0 WP-McEachem (10 K's, no-hitter); LP-Pick (6 K:s). Hitting Leaders: l-Aege 2-3. Northwest 3, Greenville 0 Stlrn~:,bv~~.di~i ar, LP-Collins. Hitting Lead.ers: N-

1

Regular Season Landmark 2, New Miami l(lllnnings) WP-Bunew (lB K's); LP-Kellums (16 K's). Hitting Leaders: L-Payne 3-5; Bishop 3-4 38, GWRBI; North 2-4. Records: l14-3 (MVC 14-2). Bishop Brossart3, Nicholas County 2 WP-Vogelpohl; LP-Gray. Hitting Leaders: B-Sendelbach 2-4 3B; Wrobleski 2-3; Schuler2-3 2B; Stud~~~~\Nit'1~y 2-4 2B; Stacy 2-4 2B. Records: B East Central 8, Franklin County 3 WP-Cormican (6 K's); LP-Hundley. Hitting Leaders: E-Ounham 2-4. F-Kraus 2-3; Conwell 2B. Records: E22-3, F 17-4.

Miami East7, Mid. Madison 4 Triad 14, Williamsburg 8 WP-Hempy; LP-Hayes. Hitting Leaders: T-Poling 4-5 38, 28, 7RBI; Klise 3·5 2B, 2RBI; Hay 28; Ober 2B.Records:T25-6, W6·11. -

. SLOW-PITCH SOFTBALL · Consolation final Campbell County 3, Newpcrt Central CatiJo.

lie 2 WP - Neiser; LP - Schout. Hitting leaders: 38 Brock (CC). 28 - Brock (CC), Gorman (CC).

Winner's bracket final Uoyd 5, Campbell County 4 WP- Owens; lP- Neiser.

Loser's bracket semifinal Newpcrt Central Catholic 8, Grant County 0 WP- Shout; LP- Gordon. loser's bracket quarterfinals NewCath 16, Holy Cross (9 innings) WP- Sehoul; LP - Kohler. Hitting leaders: 38 Wesselman (NCC), ·Donelan (NCC), Zeigler (NCC). 2B - Hungler(HC), Stewart(HC), Edmonson (NCC), Miller (NCC). Grant County 14, Dayton 11 WP- Gordon; LP- Stamper. Hitting leaders: 38Ammer (GC), Pnce (D). Winner's bracket semifinals Uo)'d 13, Holy Cross 5 WP - Owens; lP - Kohler. Hitting leaders: 38 Owens (L). 2B - Fields (l), Bryant (l), Doming (HC). Campbell County 24, Grant County 15 WP- Neiser; ~P- Gordon. Hitting leaders: 2B Gordon (GC), Ammer (GC), Davis (CC), Gorman (CC), Davis (CC). Loser's bracket round of 16 Newpcrt Central Cotbolic 13, Scott 3 WP - Sehoul; LP Kaelin. Hitting leaders: HR Wendeln (S). 3B -Sehoul (NCC), Thiem (NCC). 2BKramer (2B). • Dayton 9, Simon Kenton 7 WP- Stamper; LP -Abney. Hitting leaders: 3BBrennan (D). 2B - H. Hensley (D), Bargo (SK), Kleisenger (SK), Kleeman (SK). BOYS TRACK District Meet Division I (at Fairfield) Team Standings: !.La Salle 100 l'l,2. ElderB4 l'l, 3. Colerain 70, 4. Winton Woods 53, 5. lakota West 44, 6. (tie) Hamilton, Fairfield 41, B. Oak Hills 37, 9. Mt. Healthy 31, 10. Harrison 30 l'l, 11. Lakota East30, 12. Taft 24, 13. Talawanda 15, 14. Northwest B, 15. Ross 61'l, 16. Western Hills 3. Regional Qu~lifiers lODM-1. Sherrer (Colerain) 11.05, 2. Johnson (Taft) 11.19, 3. Toran (Winton Woods) 11.2, 4. Harris (Hamilton) 11.31; 200M-!. Johnson (Tafi) 2l.B, 2. Underwood (Hamilton) 22.29, 3. Brown (Elder) 22.33, 4. Gause (Winton Woods) 22.4; 400M-1. Underwood (Hami~on) 50.5, 2. Erwin (lakota West) 51.0, 3. Mink (La Salle) 5l.OB, 4. Daniels (Mt Healthy) 51.1; BOOM-!. Bierkan (Colerain) 1:59.5, 2. Webb, Fairfield) 2:00.39, 3. Keckeis (La Salle) 2:00.42, 4. Rhodenbaugh (Talawanda) 2:00.50; 1600M-1. Mayhaus (La Salle) 4:28.2, 2. Toelke (Colerain) 4:29.4, 3. Keckeis (La Salle) 4:29.7, 4. Kinne (Colerain) 4:30.1; 3200M-1. Mayhaus (La Salle) 9:42.4, 2. Dragan (La Salle) 9:43.0, 3. Toelke (Colerain) 9:51.1, 4. Swartz (lakota East) 9:54.0; 110Hurdles-l. Newman (Elder) 15.01, 2. Welsh (Harrison) 15.39, 3. Pumphrey (lakota West) 15.55, 4. Brookins (Mt Healthy) 15.75; 300Hurdles-1. Wright (Oak Hills) 40.9, 2. Rivers (fairfield) 41.0, 3. Newman (Elder) 41.4, 4. Brookins (Mt. Healthy) 41.6; 400Relay-1. Winton Woods 43.3, 2. Colerain 43.9, 3. Hamilton 44.10, 4. Elder 44.14; 1600Relay-1. Hamilton 3:25.2, 2. Fairfield 3:2B.2, 3. Lakota West 3:29.3, 4. Oak Hills 3:31.0. (at Anderson) Team Standings: 1. St. Xavier 11B, 2. Moeller 94, 3. Princeton 93, 4. Anderson 751/3, 5. Sycamore 51, 6.lovel~nd 4B, 7. Milford 321/3, B. Mason 27, 9. Kings 24, 10. Western Brown 17, 11. Turpin 151/3, 12. (tle) Glen Este, Hughes 9, 14. (tle) Roger Bacon, McNicholas 3, Regional Qualifiers 110Hurdles-1. Johnson (loveland) 14.B, 2. Eastman (Pnnceton) 15.2, 3. Knapmeyer (Anderson) 15.4, 4. Smith (Princeton) 15.4; lOOM-!. Bannister (Princeton) 11.1, 2. Niestradt (Anderson) 11.1, 3. . Brooks (Hughes) 11.2,4. Baker (St. Xavier) 11.3; 1600M-l. Kowals~ (St. Xavier) 4:22.3, 2. Neumann (Sycamore) 4:22.6, 3. Beuenein (Moeller) 4:23.2, 4. Walters (St. Xavier) 4:24.4; 400Relay-l. St. Xa~er 43.5, 2. Princeton 43.9, 3. Mason 43.9, 4. loveland 44.3; 400M-l. Corgiat(St. Xavier) 49.0, 2. lmpelllzer-


THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER

SPORTS

High school track. roundup

Mason girls edge. Turpin Discrepancy mars record time in 3,200 · By Tom Groeschen The Cincinnati Enquirer

Mason freshman Angela Bizzarri may or may not have broken the girls city record in the 3,200 run Friday rught, with her exact time in dispute. What is certain is that Mason edged rival Turpin 112-111 to win the Division I Cincinnati East district title at Anderson. It was a thrilling duel betWeen the city's No.1-2 ranked girls teams, respectively. On the boys side, No. 2ranked St. Xavier scored 118 points to upend No. 1 Moeller, which finished second with 94 points. St.X'snightin. eluded 'a school-record time of 3:19.7 in the 1,600 relay. Bizzarri, who won the Division I state cross country championship last fall, was credited by meet officials Friday with a 3,200 time of 10:40.9, which would have shattered the Greater Cincinnati girls record of 10:44.53 set by Karen Rayle of Tala- . wanda in 1986. Turpin's Corey Randall, who ran second to Bizzarri, also appeared to have broken ! Rayle's mark with a time of

10:43. But Mason and Turpin officials both said the official times were too fast, each coming up with slower times on their handheld watches. ''I'm not sure what happened, but we want to be fair about this," Mason coach Tony Affatato said. "Angela was fast, butitwasn'ta10:40." No one was sure how the faster times got reported, but after hlJ.ddling and comparing stopwatches, Mason credited Bizzarri with a time of 10:44.53 -which would tie the area record- and Turpin gave Randall a 10:46.6. Boih times would, in fact, break the Cincinnati-only record of 10:47.99 set by Roger Bacon's · Michelle Sica in 1985. For Mason, the important part was the 'victory. Turpin has been the area's most dominant girls ·track and cross country program for the past two years. "Our goal has been to become as good as they are," Mfatato said. "Now we're kind of there, you could say." Mason's leaders also ineluded junior LeAuna SiS.: trunk, who won the ·100 hurdies (14.4), 300 · hurdles (45.0) and anchored the winning .1,600 relay team (3:59.5). Turpin senior Melanie Price won both the 1,600 run (5:00.8) and the 800 run (2:17.6).

BOMBERS DOMINATE: St. Xavier trailed 64-29 after the field events earlier this week, but routed the field with dominant running performances Friday. Senior Kyle Kowalski won the 1,600 run in 4:22.3. Senior Chris Corgiat took the 400 run in 49.0. Sophomore twins Randy King (1:57.6) and Rick King (1:5.8.1) finished 1-2 in the 800 run. St. Xavier also . won the 400 relay and the 1,600 relay. "It's greatcoaching," Corgiat said~ "I mean it. You need that to. beat Moeller, which is one of our biggest rivals." Moellerwasn'tlOOpercent healthy and third-place Princeton had a disqualification that was part of. its trailing Moeller by 94-93 "in the final standings. Still, St. X was pleased to win big. "At this stage of the year, . we couldn't have run much better," St. X coach Mike Dehring said. "We have to do well in the .relays and we've been doing that, too." SECOND WIND: Milford standout hurdler Jason Vrnson went from heartbroken to ecstatic in the course of a few minutes. Vmson, who entered Friday with the city's third-best time in the 300 hurdles (39.00), was knocked down and apparently out in the district final race Friday. Vmson went crashing to the track in

a collision with a hurdle, but the runner in the adjacent lane was disqualified for inadvertently knocking the burdie into Vmson's lane. Vinson, who had picked · himself up and agonizingly, jogged home in last place, got new life when officials decided to rerun the race. After a few minutes' wait, Vmson sprinted home to win in 39.7 ; seconds. "Usually I run on adrenaline, but that second time I was running on fear of not making it again,"Vmson said. AT FAIRRELD: Coach Ron Russo's Colerain's girls won their fourth straight district track meet with 100Vz points behind balanced scoring. The Cardinals scored in every event except for the ' 400-meter run. Andrea Maas won · the 3,200 despite running on an injured. quad muscle. Colerain is undefeated this year in all meets. In the boys, cdach Frank ·Russo's La Salle team took the district crown behind good performances in the distance events. La Salle placed two runners in the top four in both the 1,600 and 3,200 meter runs. Eric Mayhaus won both races for the Lancers. Elder finished second. ]amarne Johnson of Taft won the 200 dash and finished secc:md in the 100.


THE CINCINNATI

ENQUIRE~

SPORTS

Fiv¢ city track recordS were br.oken this year I

Beth Kirkham of Turpin set a girls city record in the pole vault (10 feet, 8 inches) at the Ohio state track meet last weekend. Her vault sparked discussion about what exactly constitUtes a "city" track record for Cincinnati. Karl Kauffman, girls track ·coach at Walnut Hills, last year · led an effort by area coach~s to compile all-time city records for boys and girls. The city, in this. case, extends to Middletown. Kauffman said the coaches require athletes to meet two of three criteria to be considered for a city record. "One, you have to be in a league with mostly Cincinnati teams,", Kauffman said. 'Two, you have to be in a Cincinnati district postseason meet. Three, your school has to be in the Cincinnati metro area." ,That means that Middletown H:igh School, a Division I program affiliated with mostly Cin-. cinnati schools in the Greater· Miami Conference, is included. But Middletown Madison, a Division II program with no Cincinnati competitors in the Southwestern Buckeye League, is not. And that means Jenna Nance, aMiddletown Madison junior who cleared 10-9 in the girls pole vault earlier this season, will not be listed among the coaches' Cincinnati record holders. But >he will be recognized on the

Tom Groeschen

on

reps

nior players selected by the SWOBCA The.all-star rosters include Aaron Prince of Division I · state champion St. Xavier (West) and Evan Smith of Division I· state runner-up Milford (East)~ The last time the East/West . All-Star Baseball Game was ' ' played on the riverfront wa~ in 2000 at Cinergy Field. FOOTBALL: The Ohio NorthSouth game - the Grange lnslu-ance Ohio All-Star Classic, will · be Saturday (7 p.m.) at Columbus Crew Stadium. Locals on the South team are Kings QB Brad Maurer, Princeton WR/QB. Mike Daniels, Withrow LB Der..; rick Jeffries, Hughes DB James Brooks, Elder OL Tom Anevski, Anderson OL Ty Hall and Lako- · ta West DL Brandon Maupin. CLASSIFIED$:

Enquirer all-area team, with the newspaper including that area in its metro readership. ' Five Cfucinnati coaches' track records were broken this year. Boys records fell in the pole' vault (Elder's Tim Roa, 15-10) artd 3,200 relay (St. Xavier's Randy King, Chris Corgiat, D_avid DiNuoscio and Kyle Kowalski ran 7:42.79). Girls records wete broken in the pole vault (Kirkham) discus • Anderson seeks a girls reserve soccer (Mercy's Shanna Dickenson, coach. Also, Hall of Fame nominations will be 154-4) and 3,200 relay· (Turpin's taken through June 30. Contact AD Mike Morgan, 7560 Forest Road, Cincinnati, OH 45255. • Carolyn Rauen, Melanie Price, • Clark Montessori seeks· volleyball .coaches. Corey Randall and Heather Call AD Tom Donnelly, 533-7380 ext. 7304. • Glen Este seeks a girls head soccer coach Clark ran 9:09.31). and two' assistants. Call AD Dan Simmons, · BASEBALL: Hacks Sports is 947.-7610. presenting the Great American • Milford seeks a boys basketball assistant coach. Call head coach Joe Cambron, East/West All-Star baseball 576-2236. game Thursday at Great Ameri• Ross seeks a boys JV golf coach. Call AD Doug Noonan, 863-1252 ext. 119. can Ball Park, following the • Turpin seeks a boys soccer coach. Call AD Reds-Cubs game scheduled for Tony Hemmelgarn, 232-7770 ext. 2838. · • Western Hills seeks a girls head basketball 12:35 p~m. coach. Send resume to AD' Thorn Maxwell, 2144 Fans who attend the RedsFerguson Road, Cinci~nati OH 45238. Cubs game are invited to stay • Winton Woods seeks a girls JV volleyball coach. Call AD Herb Woeste, 825-7696. ,. · and watch the prep game. The event benefits the Southwest Ohio Baseball Coaches As- ' Tom Groeschen's next high school · column will be Aug. 3. sociation and will feature 60 se-

Cincinnati records BOYS (sanctioned events) · 100 dash: 10.48, Mario Allmon, Princeton (1990) 200 dash: 21.08, Mario Allmon, Princeton (1990) 400 dash: 4 7.24, Cedric Powell, Roger Bacon (2002) · 800 run: 1:51.76, Jason Williams, Princeton ('92) 1,600 run: 4:05.9, Mason Ward, Colerain ('00) 3,200 run: 8:54.90, Steve Padgett, La Salle ('00) 100' hurdles: 13.48, Glenn Terry, Sycamore ('89) 300 hurdles: 36.38, Glenn Terry, Sycamore ('88) 400 relay: 40. 79, Middletown- Tyran Thompson, Nasir Ahmad, Marc Johnson, Darrell Hunter ('02) 1,600 relay: 3:17.60, Middletown- Dennis Gates, Antwaun Rogers, Darrell Hunter, Gaylon Vinson ('00) 3,200 relay: 7:42.79, ·st. X: Randy King, Chris ·corgiat, David DiNuoscio, Kyle Kowalski ('03) . High jump: 7-0 \4, Jeff Ross, Lakota ('79) . Long jump: 25-5, Todd Bell, Middletown ('76) Pole vault: 15-10, Tim Roa, Elder ('03) Shot put: 62-7, Jeff Gloss, Amelia ('75) Discus: 188-4, Ben Bird, New Richmond ('92)

GIRLS (sanctioned events)· 100 dash: 11. 77, D'Andre Hill, Mount Healthy ('90) 200 dash·: 24.25, D'Andre Hill, Mount Healthy. ('90) 400 dash: 55. 78, Stevonne Spivery, Withrow ('00) · 800 run: 2:11.68, Corrie Whisner, Lakota East ('02) 1,600 run: 4:52.23, Connie Jo Robinson, Reading ('82) 3,200 run: 10:41.5, Michelle Sica, Roger Bacon ('85) · 100 hurdles: 13.94, Amanda Mullins-Hall, Walnut Hills ('02) 300 hurdles: 41.92, Arnika Edwards, Mount Healthy ('94) 400 relay: 48.01, Mount Healthy- Anita Scott, Ti~ney Roper, Nikeya Ralls, D'Andre Hill ('91) 800 relay: 1:40.98, Princeton - Candace Campbell, Allyson Rogers, Jennifer Rucker, Tanya Upthegrove ('88) · 1,600 relay: 3:52.73, Loveland 7 Amy Gill, Sidne' Mays, Allison Stier, Kelsey Davis ('02) 3,200 relay: 9:09.31, Turpin - Carolyn Rauen, Corey Randall, Melanie Price, Heather Clark ('03) Hlilh jump: 5-8 (4-way tie): Christie Arnold, Sycamore ('84); Shannon Danforth, Princeton (1989); Stefani Dixon, Milford ('95); Laura Eppstei~. Mount Notre' Dame ('00) · Long jump: 19-8, Candace Campbell, Princeton ('89)• Pole vault: 10-8, Beth Kirkham, Turpin (2003) Shot put: 45-10 'h, Tammy McCallum, Milford ('92) Discus: 154-4, Shanria Dickenson, Mercy ('03)


/.

' \.

I

(


THE CINCINN£1 ENQUIRER

Tennis, flying Pig

Today's number: 50·1

lilt appears women's professional tennis will return to Cincinnati in August 2004. A1 IIIII Race director Rich Williams and the Flying Pig are parting ways. B5

Odds William Hill gives for a British woman to win Wimbledon before 2010. All five female Brits entered this year lost in the first round. FRIDAY, JUN27, 2003

FN

.

Editor: Julie Engebrecht. Phone: (513) 768-8381.

lllllll\llllllll\llllllll\llllllll\llllllll\llllllll\llllllll\llllllll\llllllll\llllllll\lll!lllll!!!!!tii!_ _ _ _lllllll!liilill!lllllll\llllllll\liiliil!!ll!illll!lrl!\llll!illlllrl!lllllllllllil!lllllllllllll\lll!iiiii!IIII.N1j@i§t$iiri,Jff8~h#M*M''··'·fr&'%£11AiWiU441iiW@*MdW&i$0.!i#''k''m*f:;;,1,aiw .... 1P;dP+Wfi't%f?ii.Mii?ili#'iiW4W-Aii!&¥ M $ MMWMM"'

Whaley

Stlouis wins series I.Reds 1-5 on nad trip

·is still eligible atUC Recruit pleads no contest, gets probation By Bill Koch 17te Cincinnati Enquirer

One of the first people Robert Whaley will meet this weekend when he arrives at the University of Cincinnati is athletic director Bob Gain, who said he will inform Whaley of the expectations he'll face as a member of the UC basketball program. "He'll come in under our rules," Gain said. 'We'll have a talk about our expectations of him. I think it's got to be pretty clear that he's got to be in the right place at the right time, not the wrong place at the wrong time." Whaley, who is expected to arrive in Cincinnati on Sunday, pleaded no contest to two Class B person misdemeanor counts of battery Thursday in Barton County, Kan., as part of.a plea bargain agreement that will allow him to avoid jail time. The 6-foot-10-inch junior college All-America center from Barton County Community College was sentenced to . two·consecutive terms of six months in the county jail. The sentences were then suspended, and Whaley was placed on probation for one year in lieu of serving the time. He also was ordered to pay court costs and restitution to two male victims. One suffered a deep cut around his eye, the .other a bruise on his ann.~- =

-

I_·

Forward is guaranteed three-year, $3.1M· deal By Dustin Dow 17te Citzcimzati Enquir·er

NEWYORK, N.Y. -.David West remain~d patient Thursday night, as .NBA Commissioner David Stern announced the 13 lottery picks and fotir more before he walked to the podium at The Theater at Madis1.m Square Garden to disclose the New Orleans Hornets' choice. In that moment, West's professional future took shape as the Homers selected him with the 18th pick, guaranteeing West a three-year contract worth $3.1 million. "I knew I was ·going there," said West from his parents' home in Garner, N.C. "After Boston imd Phoenix passed on me (at No. 16 and 17), I knew New .9rl~ans . W?uld, take me. They srud they liked me if I was still available. I wasn't stressed. I was just watching it and having a good time with my family." Foriner Ohio University arid Withrow star Brandon . Hunterhadtowaitabitlonger than West, but his name was finally called three picks before the end of the draft. Bos· ton selected the 6-foot-7 forward, who was watching from home in Cincinnati, at No. 58 in the second round, 'We knew he'd go somewhere in the second round," said Hunter's agent, Doug

The Associated Press/ JAMES A. FINLEY

Reds starter Jimmy Anderson lasted five innings against the Cardinals Thursday night, allowing 11 runs and 15 hits. It was his third start since being recalled:from Triple-A Louisville; he has lost all three.

,

If whaley · violates the

terms of his probation, he will · serve the jail time. "He's on probation .with · me," Gain added. 'That's what probation means. Be- · ·· have yourself. I'm going to expect that from him." UC coach Bob Huggins declined ·comment, referring questions to Gain. Wh.aley could not be reached. Whaley, from Benton Har· bor, Mich., was charged May 6 with two .felonious counts of aggravated battery in connection with a Feb. 9 incident in Barton County after a basketball homecoming game against Garden . . City· Community College. Two Garden City students were hospitalized aiter the ih~ cident. Barton County undersheriff Gary Vaughan de- · scribed the incident as "kind of a brawl" during which a leg of a chair or something resembling a baseball bat was used. 'We reached the agreement primarily out of deference to the victims," said assistant county attorney Douglas Matthews. ' .'They were concerned that something needed to be done with the injuries they suffered. They were interested in compensation for that. They decided that if the matter could

,Red~·iface Indians team far rem~ved from glory By Bill Koch

i\nderson. takes. '16ss,in third · straight start By John Fay

·. Cleveland was considered Inside: Jose :baseball's model franchise, Guillen will 'the Reds openly copied When interleagu·e play. be- . and appeal his sustheir approach as they moved gan in 1997 and the Reds trav- toward Great American Ball · pension, but eled to Cleveland to play the Park. Paul Wilson will Indians, they couldn't help But tonight's three-game not appeal his.. -feeling .a little jealous as they series opener against the lndi- .·Reds looked aroundJacobs Field. ans at Jacobs Field will show notebook, C7 . 111e Reds still had the wiri- how much the tables have ning. tradition and three turned. Now, it's the Reds Today: Reds at World Series championships playing in a new ballpark Indians in the last 22 years, but\he and · draWing large 7:05p.m. . crowds, while the Indians Indians had surpassed them · with a nicer ballpark, a larg· are struggling both on the /tv: Fox Sports Net. er payroll and a better team. field and at the gate. . It's doubtful that the Radio:WLWReds, or any other.major AM (700) league team, ynll ever Pitching: match the Indians' record Reds' Danny streak of 455 ·sellouts Graves vs. 1nthat ~;nded April 4, dians'Billy / 2001. And in conTraber.·· Inside: Series preview, C6 17u! Cincimzati Enqui~er

./

17te Cincinnati ltnquirer

; . ST. LOlliS . - Bef6fe Thursday's game, Cincimiati manager Bob Boone said the Reds would activate John Rie..dJing from the disabled list. 'We still have to decide whose spot he's going to take," Boone said. Jimmy Anderson probably made the decision a lot easier by pitching the way he did in the Reds' 11-7 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals. Anderson equaled a careerhigh by allowing 11 runs and set a career-high by allowing 15 hits. The last Red to allowed 15 hits was Mario Soto , on Sept. 6,1982. · The 11 runs is the most allowed by a Reds pitcher since Ray Kolp allowed that many on May 30, 1931. "I'm just going to chalk this up today and get ready for my Prospect Jhonny Peralta (left) is the .. next start," said Anderson, who isl-4with a 9.08 ERA new face of Cleveland. Fans prefer the days of Orel Hershiser. See REDS, Page C7

Uavid West .is insurance for New Orleans if P.J. Brown leaves this summer.

A closer lo,ok at the Hornef:s Head Coach: Tim Floyd (first year with team; 49-190 with Chicago Bulls). 2002-03 regular season

record: 47-35. Third place in the Central Division. 2003 playoff results: Lost to Philadelphia 4-2 In the first round. Players of interest: Jamaal Magloire (Kentucky 2000) Jamal Mashburn (Kent~cky, H.i94). ·

Newstadt. "In the second round, it's a crapshoot. But he's happy." For West, just knowing that he will be a member of the Hornets ends months of

LeBron James(right) shakes hands with NBA c:ommissioner David Stern after being drafted No. 1 overall by Cleveland Thursday. "There is no player for whom we would have traded this pick," Cavs owner Gordon Gund said. Draft coverage, C7. List of draftees, C4.

See UC, Page CS

Best bet is still an education, not the NBA lottery dreams cu-ashed and burned. lef s just agree that having a college school kid. Two college conAll these ]cid basketball playference players of the yearers seduc:ed by the false degree is 'better than l'iOt having Of!®. Troy Bell of Boston College promisec;fThellie,whoat'1: :s I D J andWakeForest'sJosh tended class just to stay eligi- . d!!l'! II you are a..G!i:l!"!m ·ames. ue Howard- would last until the ble, who listened to their advalue of learnii!g C!lll't be diin!icated bottom half of Round 1. Xavi· visors or .their "friends" or to i' er's David West was a nationthe errant whisper in their in Nike dollars. And there is only one al player of the year, but he heads. What now? was taken 18th overall. If they're good enough, Paul James. There. are thousands of College players are getthey will play overseas. Some nau·..t.el'fv Donbmio Win"ields. ting squeezed. Do they see will knock around the develu 511 • '1 s;u this? No, Ivory said. 'They opmental leagues. A few will live in their own worlds." go back to school. UC's Mel Part of Ivory's job is to their first step to being a proIf you're an out-of-state Levett is one. Too many will expand the dream to include fessional player. That's all . student, it will cost you more have taken the gift of educa- books, classworkarid a dethey see." ' than $19,000 to attend UC tion and misused it. gree. The hire of the sedticThe NBAdream is getting next year·, before you buy a Making the NBA "is like tion, though, never makes hazier. As many as 12 forlaptop or a literature antholo· the lottery," Ivory said. "I ha- that easy. 'They don't come eign-bom players would be gy. That'sll percent more d,.,.ft_,"""''T'h1l1:.~-~"="'nu.'~tJw,iwttwh""'atwv""eJ,.tJ.:Wbuuv_ _ _!!hes:;r~e~Wlt!'.th:!Ll(a!!!cef!a~de~Illi!!l',!,jcs-u.).!lin!!____:__J:firb!!.'>'st~-round draft picks. The than this year. Tell me again ·---...:.....____ . .._,__,_ _ _:1___ • • •

n the night of the NBA draft, ESP.N should air a two-hour documentaryondeaddreams.Instead of god ding-up LeBron James, it should do afew minutes with Chris Washburn. Don't hype Tracy McGrady.. Catch up with . Dontonio Wmgfield. Instead of selling the myth of stardom, ESPN should peddle the <;hill of reality. F1at basketballs all around. As UC associate athletic director Bruce Ivory put it, "You have LeBron, but not everybody's LeBron. Kids won't see that tonight." Th"

NPA

ru.

1;

jocks don't get paid. Free college is a ~4:. Why do so many college b~Stsket­ ball players blow it ofr.? "It's all about money," Ivory said. "Money, not a degree, is status in the black community. Being a black man, I can say that. It's a cultural quicksand." Or as UC grad and basket· ball player Keith Gregor put it, "A lot of guys I played with came from nothing. Even with a degree, it was like, what am I going to do with · this? Just getting out from where they were was great to them." Gregor graduated ~r ?~ars and now sells

lusions," he said. "I knew I'd be making my living in the professional world, not playing basketball." let's not turn this into a sociological debate.W~'re not sociologists. Let's just agree that having a college degree is better.than nothav· ingone. There is only one James. There are thousands of Wmgfields. Work on your. degree,. . then your jumpshot. The former offers a tangible plan for success. The latter is a pleasant, fleeting myth.;,:;,-


THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER

C2 FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 2003

Boys track and field all-stars

FIRST TEAM

FIRST TEAM

Jeff See The senior won the Division I state pole vault title (15-8), becoming the first state track der's 80-year history.

The senior was Division I state champion in · the 100 dash and

FIRST TEAM

The sophomore was Division I state champion in the 1, 600 run (4:06.81) and also qualified to state in the 800 run.

FIRS'] TEAM

FIRST TEAM

Matt Spotts

FIRST TEAM

Chris Corgi at

Randy King

ST. XAVIER

ST. XAVIER

The senior was on the state's fourth-place Division I 3,200 relay team that set a city record (7:42. 79) was on the fourth-place 1,600 relay team (3:17. 73).

The sophomore was on the state's fourth-place Division I 3,200 relay team that set a (7:42.79).

John Porter

Quincy Edwards

The junior was on the state's fourth-place Division I 1,600 relay team (3:17.73).

The senior finished fourth in the Division I state pole vault (14-8) af' ter finishing seventh as a junior.

The senior finished fourth in the Division I state 2·00 dash (21.98) and was part of the state's team (41.45).

FIRST TEAM·

FIRST TEAM

FIRS'IiTEAM

Ben McGrath

Marque Jones WTLMINGIDN

The junior finished fourth in the state in the Division I 400 dash (49.25) and sixth in the long jump (22-4).

FIRST TEAM

Dee Conley MIDDLEIDWN

MIDDLEIDWN

The freshman was part of the state's secondplace 400 relay team (41.45).

The sophomore was part of the state's secondplace 400 relay team (41.45).

FIRST TEAM

Zach Smith

FIRST TEAM

David DiNuoscio

FIRST TEAM

ST. XAVIER

The on the fourth"place Division I 3,200 relay team that set a city record (7:42. finished fifth in run (4:17.22). ,

FiRST TEAM

FIRST TEAM

FIRST TEAM

Dan Mink

Jason Beck

MOELLER

MOELLER

LaSALLE

LaSALLE

LaSALLE

The junior finished sixth. in the Division I state discus competition (165-4) after finishing ninth

The junior finished eighth in the Division I state shot put competition (54-8 '14).

The senior finished third in the state in the Division I 3,200 run (9:19.12) and was on the sixth-place 3,200 relay team (7:49.06).

The senior was part of the state's sixthplace Division I 3,200 relay team (7:49.06) ..

The senior was part of the state's sixthplace Division I 3,200 relay team (7;49.06).

Honorable mention FIRST TEAM

FIRST TEAM

Keckeis

Jeremy Barrial

LaSALLE

GOSHEN

Bill The junior was part of the state's sixthplace Division I 3,200 relay

100 dash - Aaron Bannister, Prince- Jones, Wyoming; 1600 run - Brad Neu- Corgiat, Matt Spotts); Mariemont (Stefan ton; Zach Han, CHCA; 200 dash- Quincy mann, Sycamore; Kyle Kowalski, St. Xavi- Flessa, Stephen Weber, Matt Hagerty, Edwards, Middletown; Aaron Bannister, er; Eric Mayhaus, La Salle; lucas Nebert, Ross Ballinger); Clinton-Massie (Russell Princeton; Dan lmpellizzerri, Anderson; Wyoming; 3200 run - Brad Neumann, Hofer, Ben Wilkie, Josh Boume,Jarrod BevJameine Johnson, Taft; Dustin Woods, Sycamore; Luke Beurlein, Moeller; Seth an); 3200 relay- LaSalle (Kyle Dragan) Purcell Marian; 400 dash- Chris Corgiat, Darrell; lemon-Monroe; 110 hurdles Shot put- Marty Bauer, Elder; Jason St. Xavier; Brandon UnderWood, Hamil- Rayshawn Eastman, Princeton; 300 hur- Bittner, CHCA; Blayne Janney, CHCA; Diston; Ryan VanDyke, Greenfield McClain; dies - Jason Vinson, Milford; Rayshawn cus- Sean Lewis, Reading; Long jumpStefan Flessa, Mariemont; Ryan Seesh- Eastman, Princeton; Gerald Bailey, Princeton; Jamaal Akbar, oltz, Georgetown; 800 run - Jeff See, 400 relay - Winton Woods (Andrew Winton Woods; High jump - Devon Middletown; Rick King, St. Xavier; Mark Johnson, VincentToran,Jamaal Akbar, An- Rhodes, Sycamore; Darren Mansoor, La Bierkan, Colerain; Sam Sharp, Moeller; thony Johnson); 1600 relay- St. Xavier Salle;TerryBowen,Wyoming;Polevault"' j-- ,_ ---,:steJJilel!h-·-ll'leD>er1-·:M;aflemernt -.fiarold----{loatarro-Mitf.lheii,-Elavifr,DiNuescio,: C-hris ·- I>-.:kHiovehieC;"Moeller;-~~-~·~-- 1r-·--~ --

FIRST TEAM

LeAuna Sistrunk MASON

MASON

The junior was Division I state champion in the 100 hurdles (14.34) · and finished third in the 300 (43.30), leading Mason to a fourth-place team finish.

TURPIN

FIRST TEAM

MERCY The junior was Division I state champion .in the discus (city record 154-4) and finished seventh in the shot put (40-3 ~).

FIRSTTEAM.

Heather Clark

Carolyn Rauen

Tony Affatato

FIRST TEAM

Alishia Glover WINTON WOODS

FIRST TEAM

Christina Grove

TURPIN

The junior helped Turpin finish second in the state in the Division I 3,200 relay, in a city record time . She also qualified to state in the 3,200 run.

The senior was part ofTurpin's record-setting Division I 3,200 relay team (9:09.31) and also was-fifth in the state in the 1,600 run (4:58.04) and third in the 3:200 (10:56.22).

FIRST TEAM:,,.·.

FIRST TEAM

Jessica Davlin

Shante Carson

MIDDLEIDWN

The junior finished second in the state in the Division I 200 dash (24.62) and fourth in the state in the 100 dash .(12.08).

FIRST TEAM

Cori Carr

Renee He in

Monica Hundley

WALNUT

MERCY

FAIRFIELD

HILLS

The senior finished fifth in the state in the Divnsion I high jump (5-4), She also was an Enquirer all-area choice in basketball this season.

The junior finished fifth in the state in the Division I 100 hurdles (14.94) and also qualified to state in the long jump.

The sophomore was part of Walnut's team that finished fourth in the state in the Division I 1,600 relay (3:55.96).

TURPIN.

FIRST TEAM

record-~etting

Division I 3,200 relay team (9:09.31), and she also qualified to state in the 1,600 run.

FIRST TEAM

Jessica Chapman

WALNUT HILLS

WALNUT HILLS

The junior was part of Walnut's team that finished fourth in the state in the Division 11,600 relay (3:55.96).

The junior was part of Walnut's team that finished fourth in the state in the Division 11.600 relay (3:55.96).

FIRST TEAM

FIRST TEAM

FIRST TEAM

Brittany Detzel

,----,,...--,

Jenna Nance WILMINGIDN

The sophomore finished fifth in the state in the Di· vision 1800 run, setting a school record time of 2:14.78.

The senior was part ofTurpin's

The sophomore finished fifth in the state in the discus (132-lD).

TURPIN The senior finished seventh in the state in the Division I pole vault, setting a Cincinnati girls record wiith a vault of 10-8.

The junior was · Division II runner-up in the pole vault for the second consecutive season, clearing 1CJ..4.

. Honorable mention FIRST TEAM

FIRST TEAM

Alicia Smith

Veronica Vance

CLINTONMASSIE

WYOMING.

The senior finished second in the state in Division II dis-

100 Dash - Ashley Wamdorf, Oak Hills; Ashley Ogletree, Winton Woods; Judith Bataille, Felicity; Gina Misleh, Madeira; 200 dash - Ashley Ogletree, Winton Woods, Judith Bataille, Felicity; Desire Morris, Wyoming; 400 dash - Ashley Wamdorf, Oak Hills; Stacy Chew, Mason; Heather Clark, Turpin; Lange Gilby, Taylor; Kate Kuykendall, Madeira; 800 run - Casey Keefer, Lakota East; EmilyThompson, Taylor; Rihana Knotts, Midd. Madison;' Brooke Gin. 1600 run -

Turpin; Casey Keefer, Lakota East; Mela· 400 relay - Winton Woods (Kathy nie Prtce, Turpin; Jamie RoHow, McNicho- Dees, Dai Brown, Micale Bradwell, Ashley las; Emily Thompson, Taylor; Courtney En- Ogletree); Middletown (Amber Darns, Mygel, Reading; Lauren Justice, Madeira; ra Bess, Kandace McMonigle, Christina 3200 run- Corey Randall, Turpin; Carolyn Grove); 800 relay- Turpin (Danna Deans, . Rauen, Turpin; Maggie Chaney, Kings; U- Jennifer Famner, Heather Clark, Nancy sa Uible, Indian Hill; Canrie Crofford, Tay- Behrendt); Fairfield (Katie Filipek, Monica lor; Kelsie Eberly, CHCA; 100 hurdles- Hundley, Martina Tolbert, Sarah SchuMonica Hundley, Fairfield; Kirby Blackley, macher); 1.600 relay- none; 3200 relaySt. Ursula; Myra Bess, Middletown; 300 Mason (Kelsey Flaherty, Jennifer Dooley, hurdles Bess, Middletown; Cori Sara Gaunt, Angela Bizzarri); Taylor I I '

Day (Danielle Schneider, Kamia Smith; Claire Bechhold, Brooke lvey); High jump - · Meghan Sweeney, Sycamore; long jump - Monica Hundley, Fairfield; Kirby Blackley, St. Ursula; Jennifer Famner, Turpin; Morgan Martin, Walnut Hills; Shot put - Kasi Foster, Loveland; Michelle Jones, Mount Notre Dame; Jessica Gallimore, Goshen; Discus- Sara Penningroth, Harrison; Aubrey Edwards, CHCA; Mary Hensley, Reading; Pole vault - Tara Meier,

· ' ·

· ·


I PRO SOCCER A-League RIVERHAWKS 2; INDIANA BlAST 1 Goals: R-8Yron Carmichael, Salvatore Piraine, 1GodfreyTenoff. ~ecords: C 4-2-~, I 0~4~1. ·

Event.Winners 100Hurdles,Calloway(lnd) 16.2; 100M-Misleh · (Mad) 12.6; BOORelay-Madelra 1:49.2; 1600M-Thompson (Tay) 5:03.9 {league record); 400Relay-Madelra 52.6; 400M-GIIby (fay) 59,5; . 300Hurctles-CaUoway (lnd) 48.0; BOOM-Thompson (fay) 2:20.0; . 200M-Moms, (Wyo) . 26.4; 32DOM-Croff0rd (fay) · .1127.7 ·{meet record); 1600Relay-Taylor 4:15.0.: Field Athlete: Veronica VB nee (Wyoming). Runner: laycl Calloway (Indian·, Hill). Coach: Keith Maddox (Taylor}.

MVC League Tournament

LOCAL COLLEGES

. latCCD) . · Team Standings: l. CHCA165, 2. CCD 144, 3. summit 75, 4. Seven Hills 65,. 5. NCH. ?B. 6. lockland.25, 7. Sl Bernard 7. Event Winners CINCINNATI 10, CHARLOTTE 6 HJ-Urton {Loc) 4-lO; Disc-Edwards (CHCA) W'8ouldln (6·7). l-5kaggs {0·2). S-Reel (2). 109-1; SP-Park (Sum) 31-lY,;·Pole-Sioehr (CCO) ' ClnclnnaU; Niefer2-4,4 RBI, 2B; Smllh 2-3,2 RBI, 2 . 8-0 (meet. rer:ord); U-Felous . (CCD) 15·0; R, HR; Deluca 4-5,28,2 R, RBI. Records: Ch. 21-26, 3200Relay-CCD . 9:58.1 (meet record); 11-15 C-USA; Ci.15-39, 7-22. . · lOOHurdles-Ftanagan {NCH) 16.8; lOOM-White MIAMI U, AKRON 4 (Sum) 13.0; BODRelay-Summit 1:52.0;.1600M-Ivey W-Gardner(7-3).l-Mendoza (7-9). Miami: Cook · (CCDJ 5:23.8; 400Relay-Summit · 52.4; H. HR, 3 R, 4 RBI; Fdetch H, 2 RBI; R. Records: A 400M-Smith (t;:CD) 1:03.4; 300Hurdles-Stoehr 21-28, 11-13 MAC; M31-21-1,17·8. (CCD) 48.54; 8DOM-Ivey (CCD) 2:26..1; · AUiinth: 10 Tournament 200M'Simpson (CHCA) 27.0; 3200M-Eberle ' XAVIER 2, mcHMOND 1 (CHCA) 12:14; 1600Relay-Seven Hills 4:16.4. MVP: W-Sues (7·5J.L-Stauffer (8·4). Records: i< 25- Sydney Stoehr (CCD). 24-2, R42·13. GMC Championsflips NCAA Div•. lll Tournament ' (At Milford Highl AVERm 8, THOMAS MORE 4 Team Standings: 1. Colerain 104, 2. W-Ynst (1•0). l~Ka_iser (0-1). Thomas. Mare: Middletown 101, ?· Fairfield 94, 4. Oak Hilts 92, 5. Buchwald 2·5, 2 RBI, 2B; Welta 2-5, 28, R: S. Vetter P.rinceton 81.5, 6. Sycamore 52, 7.lakota West44, 2'5, R. Records: A1-0, T0-t . 8.lakota East43, 9. Ml!ford 27, 10. Hamilton23.5. . THOMAS MORE 3, VA. WESLEYAN 2, 10 inn. . Eo;:en Winners: 100-Grove {M!dd} 12,2; W-Landrum (1-0). L-Jarrett (0·1). S-Fritsch (1). 200-Grnve (Midd) 24.8; 400-Grnve (Midd) 55.9;' Thomas More: Riess 2-5, RBI. Welte 2-4; 28, R; D. 800-Detzel (Col} 2:16.20; 1600-Keefer (Lak East) · Vetter2-4, 28, R: Records: T 1·1, V1-1. 5:02.80; . 3200-Keefer (Lak. East) 11:12.50; 100H,Hundley (Fair) 15.6; 3DOH-Hundley (Fair) 44.30; .40DR-LakotaWest 50.50;_ 800R-Fahfl.eld 1:45,80; 1600R-Middletown 4:03.60; 3200R-Falrfie!d 9:40.44; HJ-Sweeney (Syc) 5·4: PV-Terilll (Syc) 9·6; U-Hundley (Fair) 17-1.25; SP-Kio~ (Col) 38-1; Disc-Johnson (Midd) 115-7. Athlete of.· the Year: Christina Grove BASEBALL (Middle"town) ' · Sectional Tournament Coach of the Year: Ron Russo (Colerain). · .. Divisionll · FAVC League Meet Bad'in vs. Alter at lemon-MOnroe, noon Buckeye Division , SOFTBALL Tecim Standings: 1. Mason 157, 2. Turpin 142, Sectional Tournament 3. Wintofl Woods 113, 4. Anderson 72 lh, 5. DMslonUf Harrison 57,6: Amelia 49, 7. Glen Este 37_lh, B. Madison v:s. Waynesville .at Leinon·Monroe, 11- Northwest 30. , a.m. . Event· Winners: 3200Relay-Turpln 9:19.1; Carlisle vs, GreenviewfCIInton.Massie at Spring-. 100Hurdles-Sistrunk (f~o!as) 14.3; lOOM-Ogletree boro; 11 a.m. (Win) 12.3; 800Relay-Turpln 1:47.2; 1600M-8izzari ' Fenwick/Franklin -Monroe vs; Miami Vaii~Y/ (Mas) 4:57.7; 400Relay-Winton. Woods 49.3; Southeastern at Wayne,.l p.m. · 400M.-Chew (Mas) 59.3; 300Hurdles-Sistrunk BOYS TENNIS (Mas) 45.7; 800M-Pnce (fUr) 2:.18.3; Sectional Tournament 200M-Ogletree (Win) 25.3; 3200M-Randali (Tur) ' Division I at Jnomas Cloud Park, 9 a".ni. 10:56.2; 1600Relay-Mason 4:01.1; Olsc-Pennlngroth (Har) 120·11; Hl-Hamer (Win) 5-2; U-Giover (Win) 16·8 %; Po!e-Kirkman (fur) 9-6; SP-Penningroth (Har) 34-¥4. . · BASEBALL Cardinal Division ,' ~ Sectional Tournament Team Standings: ·1 .. ~ovefand 205, · 2. Division I W~lmington 167, 3. Klngs 113 ·_Y.2, 4. Ross 57, 5. {at Oak Hills) Goshen 5416, 6.little Miarnl34,·7. Nol\voad 13. Elder 4, Colerain 1 Event W'mners: 3200Relay-Kings 9:59,9; WP-JanszeQ (3·3, 9 K's); LP-Moel!er (7 K's). 100Hurdles-Bowman (lov) 16.1; lOOM-Davis (lov) Hitting leaders: E-Metz 2-3. C-:Beerman 2·3; Klef 12.1; BOOReiay~Wilmln.gton 1:48.4; 1600M-Chaney 28, Records: E·15.~1~·. (Kin) 5:1B.1;400Relay-loveland 52.2; 400M-Mays • (at Midland! (lav) 59.3; 300Hurdtes-Jahnson (Wilm) 49.7; Mifford 6, Loveland 0 , 800M-Balough (Lov) 2:23.0; 200M-Davis (lov) WP-Smlth. (13 K's); lP-Menchen. Hitting 25.3; 3200M-Chaney (Kin) 11:22.7; leaders: M·Krailler 2RB!. Records: M 26·2. 1600Relay-l.oveJand 4:15.1;. Disc-Foster (lov} . Anderson 4, Glen Este;3 129-7; HJ-Brock (Gos) 4-lO;·U-Reubusch (Lov) WP-lewls; LP..:Hertel. Hitting leaders: A-Relds 15·2 Pole-Johnson (WIIrp) 9·6; SP-Howard 2-3; Bemhardt2RBI. G-:Slegef28. Records.: A17~11, (WIIm) 36-9 ;;, · . G .16-12. ' . BOYSTRACK .(at MasonJ _-GCL League Meet Hcimilkm 12, Talawanda 0 {at LaS.ffel WP-Moyer (S.:l); lP-Pierce.:Hitting leaders: South Division H-Wagers HR, 2RBI; /vlShon 2·3_28; Bemdt2-3 28; team Standings: 1. Moeller 78 'h; 2. St. Xavier Camp HR; Elkins 2~3 28. Records:_.H 23-6, T15·8. 64, 3.La Salle 53, 4. Elder 4B 10, {at,Fairfiefdl Event Wimters: 3200ReJay-St. Xavier 7:53.2 7 • St. Xavier U, Harrison 3 (m.Set record}; lWHurdles-Newman. (Eid) 15.1; WP-Qmelia (5-2); LP-Brech (7 ·I). Hitting 100M-Sharp (Moe) 11.0; 16DOM-Mayhaus (Las) leaders: SX-lankford 3R; Prince 3_·3 28, 2R; 4:17.0; 400ReJay-St. xavier 44.2; 400M-Corglat lmming2-2 3RBI; ~tiers 4-5 5R81, 2B: Heemberger (Slx) 49.6; 300Hurdles-Mitchell. (SX) 40.2; 2-4 28. H-Bacltman 2-4; Houchin 2RBI; Hlnssen BOOM-Sharp. (Moe) .1:57.6; 200M-Brown (Eid) 2-2; -Allen HR. Records: SX 18-.9, H25·4. · 22.6; 3200M-Mayhaus (las) 9:34:6; C8t HamiHOn) · 1600Relay-MoeUer 3:29.3; Pole-Roa (Eid) 15-10 Fairfield 9, Lakota East 4 (meet record); U-Mitchell (SX) 22-3 HJ-Mansoor WP-Ryan Gore: lP-McGieg()r. Hltting leaders: (Las) 6-4; SP-Smlth (Moe) 58-0; Disc-Harper {Moe) F-McGuffey 2-3, :2B, 3RBI; . Parker 2-3, 28; 165-4. Runner: Eric Mayhaus (La Salle). Field: Tim Morningstar 2R81; Wolfe 2-3; Sample 2 runs, RBL Roa (Elder). CoaCh: Kevin Konrs (Moeller) LE-Roberts 2-3; Rock 2-3. Records F 11-ll; LE ·. North Division 10-14. Teani Standings: ·1. · Alter 130, .2. DivisiOn 11 Chamlnade·Julienne. 99, 3. McNicholas 96, 4. Ia! Lakota Eastl Roger Bacon 91, 5. Purcell Marian 48, 6, Badln20. Purcell Marian~7, Noiwood 6 (9 innings) Event Winners: 3200Relay-Aiter .8:14.45; WWP-Pollcasuo (5-0); LP-Marl<sbu~ (4-2). l!OHurdles-Sanker Hvfcn) 15.9; lOOM-Harrl_son Hitting leaders': P-Woods· 2-5; Fairbanks 2-4 38; (CJ) 10.8; 1600M-Buehrle (Ait) 4:31; Smith 2-4; Heek 2-4; Suer 2-3.·N-M.cQueen 2-4; 400Relay-Chaminade-JtJ!Ienne · 44.7; Murphy 2-4; Marksbury 3-5 28; Oetellem 2·5 28. 400M-8reckenridge (RB) 50.1; 300Hurdles-Sanker DMsionlll (Men) 42.3; 800M-Mathers (Pur) 2:0.1; {atSommijJ 200M-Hanison (CJ) 22.3; 32DOM-Tighe (Pur) . Batnla 7, Madeira 1 10:11.3; 1600Relay-chamlnade-Julienne 3:29,1:· · WP-Schubert (5-0, 9 K's); lP-K. Gilligan. Pole-Riesenberg (Men) 9-6; U-Jones (Bad) 20-5 Hitting lea"ders: B-Schubert 3·3 2 28; Heber 2-4 V.; HJ-Jones (Bad) 5-8; SP-Hess (Ait) 49-9; 3RBI; Ray 2RBJ; COyne 2-4 28; Ernst 2B. M-K. Oisc-Thuney (Ait) 147-4. Runner. Brandon Harrison Gilligan 2~~ 28. Records: M 12~15, 8 16-4. (Chamlnade·Jullenne). Field: Corey-Jones (Badin). la!Batavlal Coach: Chris Lammlein (Alter}. CHCA 7, Reading 3 GMC Championships WPRHoyer;_ . LP-Gertz. Hitting "Leaders: {At Milford Highl C-Urquhart 2·4: Andrews 2-4 38; 8arnhart3-4 28,. Team Standings: 1. Middletown 135.33, 2. 3RBI; Carlin 2-3. R-Berter 2-4; Haines 2-3 28; Princeton 91.33, 3. Colerain 75, 4. Milford 67, 5; laclnak 2~3 28, HR, 3RBI; Gehring 2-3. ReCords: C Sycamore 60, 6. Hamilton 55.33, 7. Fairfield, 43, a. 20-8, R 16·9. lakota West35, 9.Lakota East35, 10. Oak Hills 25. Division IV Event Winners: 100-Jotmson :(Midd). 10.7; Ia! CCDJ 200-Edwaids (Midd) ·22.10; · 400-Underwood St. Beman113, Cincinnati·Christian 0 (Ham) 49.10; 800-See (Midd) 1:54.90; 1600-.See WP-C. Wilson (7 !Cs, 8-4); LP-Miils. Hitting (Midd) 4:13.5; 3200-DeHart (Midd) 9:42.80;

HIGH SCHOOLS

Today's Games

Friday's R~ults

*:

*;

.-Laadersi-cS-A,Rosa-3~RBi·rGr.Wilson-2-3~2B,- ~110H-£dwards·(Middtl4;80;""300H::..£astmafi(Prin)·

, 2RBi; J. Wltson 2·2; J. Rose 2-3 3RB!; McGee 3-3 . 38.90; 400R-Colerain 43.00; '1600R-Princeton· 3RBI, 28; Cannady 2~2;0. Fey 2-3 2R81.Records:S 3:26.20; 3200R-5ycamore 8:04.35; HJ-Rhudes 19-9, C12-5: (Sycamore) 6-1; PV-Johnson (Pdn) 13-6; lcllAmeliaJ U-Reynolds (lak East) 21·4: SP-Knapp {Milford) • CCD 2, Fayettev1Uo1 18 innings! 48-0; Disc-Zoz (Col) 150·4. . . .WP-Shah (19 .K's); lP-McFarland. Hitting Athlete of the Year: JcffSee:(Middletown) leaders: C-Kasvln 28; Shah 2-4; Brendamour 2-3. coach Of the Year..Fioyd Horton {Middletown) ·F-McFarfand RBI. Reoords: C 23·5, F12c9, FAVC League Meet Regular Season Buckeye Division Bethel·Tate 4, Clennont NE 2 Tfnlm Standings: 1. Anderson 131 ~. 2. WP-Tumcr(2-1, 1l K's): LP-Cockertlam. Hitting Mason 110, 3. Winton Woods 91 Y.i, 4. Harrison 85, le"aders: 8-Jones .3-4 28, 2R81; Marshall 2-3. 5. Turpin 75 'h, 6, G!en Este 49, 7. Amelia 29 lh, 8. Records: 814-6 (SBC 7-4), Northwest 13. · . FAST-PITCH SOFTBALL Event Winriers: 3200Relay-Anderson 8:13.5; Sectional Tournament 110Hurdles-Knapmeyer {And) 15.4; 100M-An. Division I Johnson (Win) 11.0; 1600M-Remmele (fur) 4:34.4; (at:fairfieldJ 400Relay-Winton Woods 43.4; 400M-lmpelllzari McAuley 1, Lakota East 0 (And) 50.0; 300Hurdles-Knapmeyer (And) 41.1; WP-Pick; LP-Stetz. Hit!Jng leaders:.M-Helmers 800M-Apple (Mas) 2:02.5; 200M-Impellizad (And) 1-2, Plck1-3; Weisel1:3_. l-Groetlng 1~2; Donoghue 22.0; 320DM-McGlothln (Mas} 9:58.2; 1·2. Records: M 15-4,·L12-14. . 1600Relay-Anderson 3:25.8; Disc-Agnew (Har) Northwest 2; Mt. Notre Dame 1 137-10; HJ-Mathey (fur) 6-0; U-Waltcn (Win} 20·4 WP-Vonderhaar (12 K's); lP-Holthaus (9 K's, v,4·Pole Porter (And) 14 B· SP Rynn (Har) 51~1 ' na-hltter). Hitting leaders: M~Braun 2B; Mock.3B. · C~rdln;f Divl;ion . · · Records: N 21·2, M 16-6. Team Standings: .1. Lov~land 171 lf,:r, 2. · Ia! Lakota Freshman! Wilmington 157, 3. Kings 104 II, 4. Ross 73 ;;, 5. Lakota West 1, Oak Hills 0 (8 inningsJ ·Goshen 71, 6. UtUe Mlaml20, 7. Nor'>'wod.13"Y.!, WP-McEachem {16-4); lP-Tallent· Hitting Event Winners: 3200Relay-toveland 8:14.1; ' leaders: l-Hey 2-4 38; R. Records: l22·5, 110Hurdles-Johnson (Lev) 14.9; 100M-Jones Hamilton 3, Fairfield 1 (WIIm) 10.8; 1600M-Winebar · (Kin)- 4:30.3; WP-Halcomb (9 K's, 14·9); lP-PoUock. Hitting 400Relay-Loveiand 44.6; 400M..:Jones (Wtlm) .leade!S: H-Marnhall3~4: Delong 2-4; Bertsch 28, 49.7; 300Hurd!es-SlurgiU (K[n} 40.1; 2RBI. F-Cox 28, RBI; Pollock 2B. Records H 16-12. BOOM-Arrington (Wilm) 2:01.3; 200M-Johnson Ia! Lakota Eastl· (Lov) 21.9; 3200M-Rover (Kin) 10:02.7; lebanon 3, Sycamore 1 1600Rclay-Loveland 3:27 .5;, Dlsc-Waugh (WIIm) WP-lander(6 K's); lP-Woodrum {9 K's). Hitting 141-1; HJ-Jones {Wilm) 6·0; U-Jones (W1Jm) 21-6: le.3ders: l-Urton 2R81.'·S-Domas 2·3. Pole-Barrial {Gas) 1.9-6; SP-Kidder (Kin) 48·1. Colerair1 I, Mason 0 CHL League Tournament WP~uttJes; SV-Wesolowsfd; lP-Gilbert. Hitting (at Readingl . Leaders: £:-Mahler 2-2; Pfalzgraf RBI. Team Standings: 1. Wyoming 148, 2. Division II Mariemont 96-Y.z, 3. Taylor 76, 4. Indian Hlll51, 5. [atRivcrstar) Reading 47, 6. Flnneytown 33, 7. Madeira 33, 8. Turpin 7, Westem Brown 0 Deer Park 11 Y.!:, WP-Jennifer MeUnier (16 K's, 17-6); Event .Winners lP-Reeves. Hitting leadeiS: T-Ward 2-3, 28, 2RBI; 110Hurdles-Bowen (Wyo) 15.0; O'Nei12-4, 2RB!; Farmer 3-3. Records T 18·6. lOOM-Gattman (fay) 11.2; l600M-Jones (Wyo) Taylor 4, Ross 1 . 4:26.7; 400Relay-MI'ide!ra 45.2; -400M-Fiessa WP-Swope (10 K's); LP-Ramlrez {6 K's). Hitting (Mar) 51.0; 300Hucdles-Bowen (Wyo) 42.0; leaders: T-CiemenS "2~3; MintsOuUS 2-3; Swope 800M-Jones .(Wyo) ~58.7; 200M-Bfckford {Mad) 3-3; Graham 3B. R-Abbott 2·4. Records: T 22~3. · 22.7; 3200M-Barczewski (Wyo) 10:09.9; Division Ill . 1600Relay-Mariemont 3:33.2. Reid Athlete: ~ean {at Batavia! lewis (Reading). Runner. ~arold Jones (Wyommg), ·Blanchester 7, Reading 2 Coach: Cornell Munlin (Wyoming). WP-Falgner (6 K's, 16A): LP-Thomas. Hitting 'MVC League Tournament Leaders: B-Taylor 2-2, ·2 28, RBI; Florea 2-4, 28, la!CCD) . 2RBI; Mlracle2-3. R-Ge~2B, RBLRecordsB 19·6, R Team Standings: 1. CHCA 159, 2.locfdanc! 99, 10-11. 3. CCD 82, 4. NCH 55, 5. Summit 52, 6. Seven H\lls Division W 24, 7. St Bernard 23. · (at RiverstarJ · Event Winners St. Bernard 11, Fellcfty 4 SP-Bittner (CHCA) 50-7 :n; Dlsc-JanneY WP-McPartlin (12 K's); lP-J. Shepherd. Hitting (CHCA) 123-7; HJ-Sebring(Sum) 5-10; Pole-Spohn Leaders: S-McPartlin ·28, 3R81; Burkhart 28. (CHCA)ll-O;U-Collins(loc)19-3;3200Relay-CCD F-Fellclpy 2-4; Caselti!Je 3-3 28; Dunaway 28. 8:59.6; 110Hurdles-Westendorf -(CHCA) 15.7; Records: S 16·3. · lOOM-Han (CHCA) !1.1; 1600M-Crank (Sib) · . Regular Season 4:44.7; 400Relay-CHCA 45.3; 400M-CoUins (loc) Cincinnati Christian 14, Middletown Christian9 53.5; 300Hurdlas-.Chacksfield (CHCA) 43.5; WP-Emerson (14-3, 14. K's); LP,-Huntsberger. BOOM-Plttman (lee) 2:07 .3; 200M-Han (CHqA) Hitting Leaders: Cc-Emerson2-4; Zellars 2-5 2 28; 23.0; 3200M-Crank (Stb) 10:42.1; Sketclt-3-4; Uoycl2·2. Records: CC 14·3, MC 3-9. 1600Relay-CHCA 3:37.8. MVP-:Mike Colll_ns Deer Park.3, Madeira 2 (Lockland). WP-Drelgon (6 K's, 11-9); LP-Garber. Hittlng · _;.._...;._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _~ leaders: D-Delvecchlo·. 2-3; Stepp 2-3, 2RBI. M-Mender28. Records D 11·9 (CHl7-7). ' 1.8ndmarll: Christian 10, Seven Hi Us 5 WP-Burlew (13 K's, 11-3); LP-Betts. Hitting leadeffi: l-81shop 3-4, 2R81. SH-McCall 2RBI. Records lC 11-3 (MVC 11-2). . BDYSTENNIS Sectional-Tournament Division I Ia! Prineeton) Singles Championship: Ismail (Kings) d. Teufel (Pitnceton) 7-5, 7-5;· Third Place: Arensteln (Sycamore) d. 8eny (Sycamore) 6·1,·6~3. Doubles Championship: caress·R. ·Lofgren (Princeton) d:. R. Lof~n·Metully '(Princeton) 6·4, 7-5. Third Place: Allare·f't_1atthews (Kings) d. Koetter-Ncwman (Sycamore) 6·1, 6·1. (at Sam/er Pointl Singles Cham plonstiip: Thomas (Walnu.t HJII$) d. Sehgal (St. Xavier) 6-4, o-2. Third Place: Brannan (Oak Hills) d. Mehan {Sl Xavier) 6-2,.6-2 . . Doubles Championship: Ramaswamy-Webeler . {St XaVIer) d.lngle·Maatmari (St. Xaxier) ij.(), 6·3. Third Place; MacDonald~O'Augustine (Turpin) d. Haney-FiSCUS (Oak Hills) 6-3, 6·0. Division II {at Princeton! Singfes Ch.ainp!onsillp:· Zettler {Badin) d. Pettlcrew (Waynesville) 64, 6-2 •.Third Place: Berta (little Miami) d. Hackett (Fenwick) 6·0,· 6·0. . Doubles Championship: Hayes·Crlst(lf!mon-Monroe).d. 8oWman·Hlatt {Waynesville} 7-4, 7~5. Third Place: Roy-Balllnger(Bianchester) d. Wotllver-Mikuia (New Rlchmondl6-3, 6·2. Iat Sawyer PoInti Singles ChampionShip: McCarthY (Indian Hill) d. Beatty (CHCA) 6-3, 6·2. Third Place: Compton (lndlan Hi\!) d. Herllnger(CCD) 7-5, 0'6, 6·4. Doubles Championship: Ward.Jamison {Indian Hill) d Keck·Aibi (Summil) 4-Bi 6-4, 6·4. Third Place: Tepperburg-Burlon {Seven Hills) d. , Qulnn-Miertiowsk~~[s~~· ·

CHL league Tournament {at Reading} Team Standings: 1. Taylor 105,2, Madeira 96 ~.3. Wyoming84, 4,Mariemont64, 5. Reading 61, 6.1ndlan Hill 59, 7. Rnneytown 48 10, 8. Deer Park

t.s.

·

Moeller High School 2002-03 Cross Country & Track Articles  
Moeller High School 2002-03 Cross Country & Track Articles