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New faces dominate this season Lakota West tabbed as a favorite By Mark Schmelzer

last season's 3-11oss to St. Xavier in the regional semifinals, but it is loaded this season, led by seniors Ryan Kuston and Jon Mellencamp and junior The 2003 boys soccer season striker Kevin Noschang. feature¡s a somewhat new look, esElder lost Greater Cincinnati League pecially at the lower levels. South Player of the Year Chris Long-time Turpin coach John Thompson from a team that edged Basalyga, who guided three Spar- Moeller and state semifinalist St. Xavier tan teams to state championships, for the league championship, but including the 2000 and 2001 Divi- coach Dave Ruehl hopes senior Philip Klump helps make up the difference. sion II titles, has taken over at St. Xavier reached the state Northern Kentucky University. semifinals last season, where it lost Replacing Basalyga is Joe Stew2-1. Enquirer Division I Coach of the art, a former NAIA All-American Year Henry Ahrens must replace at Union College in Kentucky. sweeper Richard Campbell, an Stewart, 28, coached previously at Enquirer first-team all-star. Port Charlotte (F1a.) High School, Moeller went 12-5-2 and finished where he was 13-2-3 last year. second in the GCLS, but the Crusaders Meanwhile, Madeira has lost 12 must find a way to replace all-state seniors from a 23-0 team that won and Enquirer first-team all-star Rob Trybula, who was named GCLS the Division III state championco-athlete of the year. ship last season. Fairfield could be a 2003 sleeper. In Division I, Lakota West The Indians lost 11 seniors from last hopes to build on its undefeated year's 10-6 team, but second-year regular season of a year ago, coach Chad Reed said this year's which included an 8-0.1 conferclass, led by forward Dave Bauer, is ence record. just as talented. Enquirer contributor

Five teams to watch (Division I) _. Lakota West is still smarting from

Five teams to watch (Divisions 11-111) Madeira lost 12 seniors from its

Division Ill state championship team, including first-team all-state forward Sean Hassman, who had a school-record 29 career goals. Wyoming coach Paul Meyer must find a way to replace the combined 45 goals scored by Patrick Baxter, an all-state forward, and Ryan Coffey, a second-team all-state midfielder. Turpin was unable to make it three consecutive state championships last season, but the Spartans still reached the Division II regional finals, where they lost to Alter. Enquirer first-teamer and first-team aii-FAVC senior midfielder Chad Tetirick returns. Mariemont could challenge Madeira in the Cincinnati Hills League. The Warriors almost have their entire starting lineup returning, led by midfielder Blake Zaring, forward Stephen Weber and goalkeeper Chandler Hatch. Indian Hill earned a Division II district championship last season behind a solid defense, most of which returns this season.

The senior scored 13 goals on his way to being named first -team ail-league and third-team all-state.

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Tournament trail

Andy Bacon, Lakota East: The se-

nior midfielder was an Enquirer first-team all-star and first-team ail-league. Erfc Edwards, Milford: The senior striker led the Eagles with 19 goals and 10 assists last season. Kevin Noschang, Lakota West:

Matt Soldano, Purcell Marfan:

The senior striker is in his fourth year as a starter for the Cavaliers and is coming off of a 20.goal season. Kevin Gilligan, Madeira: The Mustangs senior goalkeeper led the state with 16 shutouts last season.

New this year Besides Stewart at Turpin, Troy Yeary takes over at North College Hill, while Andy Schur takes over at Northwest.

Big matches Saturday, Lakota West at Moeller;. Aug. 26, Indian Hill at Madeira; Sept. 9, Lakota East at Lakota West; Sept. 13, Elite Soccer Festival at Anderson (Elder vs. St. Xavier, Turpin vs. Lakota East, Anderson vs. Oak Hills)

Divisions I, II and Ill regional semifinals, Oct. 28; regional finals, Nov. 1; state semifinals, Nov. 4; state finals, Division I, Nov. 7, 7 p.m., Division II, Nov. 8, 11 a.m.; Division Ill, Nov. 7, 3 p.m., all at Crew Stadium, Columbus.

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Moeller's Matt Milazzo (left) gets tied up with Lakota East's Zack Lawrence at Wednesday's game. Moeller won 2-1 on two goals by Paul Sparke.

Moeller's Sparke leads Crusaders past Lakota East Defender's outbursts nets two goals; victory evens Moeller's record at 1-1 By David Clark Enqttirer contributor

A showdown between Lakota East and Moeller Wednesday night developed from a scoreless tic to The Paul Sparke Show in a matter of minutes. The Moeller senior defender scored both of his team's goals in a 2-1 victory in West Chester. "Vi'hen you play defense, you hardly ever get to shoot. So when you shoot, you have to make it count," Sparke said. The win lifted the Crusaders to 1-1. "Any time you get a victory over a well-coached team like Lakota East, that has e:ll.tra significance," coach Randy Hurley said. After lightning delayed the start of the game, Hurley - in his 16th season at Moeller- saw his team pepper Lakota East goalkeeper Byron Neal with several shots in the game's first eight minutes. Nick Kinder's attempt to set up Ryan Lustig presented an early Thunderhawks threat The game was stopped briefly after a collision involving Neal and Crusaders sophomore Alex Allison with 15:46 remaining in the first half. Neal was not injured, and Allison left the field under his own

power and later returned. Moeller again went on the attack in the final minutes of the half. Tony Capurro was tripped up during a charge, ensuring a 0-0 halftime score. Kinder caught Crusaders goalkeeper Brian Schu:.nacher out of position with 23 minutes left, but Sparke made an outstanding stop to prevent a score. "I think saving that goal sort of pumped me up and got me into the game," Sparke added. Sparke broke the scoreless tie with 17 minutes remaining. His free kick rebounded off a Lakota East defender back to him, and Sparke launched a long-distance shot over Neal to provide a 1-0 Moeller lead. The Thunderhawks' effort to equalize was thwarted until Bacon took advantage of a possession change to charge through Moeller's defense untouched with just 4:55 remaining and tie the game. Sparke then found himself in the right place at the right time on a header off a rebound in the game's waning moments. "On the second one, it was luck. But they gave it up,'" Sparke said. ~~l

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Tht.: path to stardom for :\Ioellcr ~m:n:r standouts Paul Sp<trkl:. d~.:fcnda and midfidd~:r and Tony Capurro, midficldn. will hl: intertwined forever. It all startl.'d when both senitw .:aptaim were 13 years old and hq1an playing on the same ~~·kct l'!uh tt·am, the Kolping l~aitkrs. Tit,• ti.'am travels thr,nt~!tout th•· l·uuntry and i nh'rnat iunally, honing their :-l,.iil~ against stiff wmpetition. "It hdp~ me out a lot playing \Vith some of the best kids in the ,t,1t<- •.•a my club tC..itii,'' said Capurm. Cluh sutTer has helped Spark.: and (\.lpurro become eomfortabk \' ith each othl'r. '· Yuu know what hl' is going Ill du with the hall und yuu work rl!a!ly well with him," saiu Spmkc. Both stars cllmpkml.' nt l!ach other and look fm \I :1 vs to assist unt.! another. "I can tdl when he's in tn>uhk and I just gn hdp him ill!l:

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When the summer hegins tD fade into the fall season is when Sparke and Capurro turn their att~o:ntion to Moeller varsity soccer. The duo still remains loyal to Modkr and their goal of winning a state championship. "Our expectations are always to challenge for a cnn. krence championship and to be considered one of the top programs in the city," said head coach Randy Hurley, who is in his 16th season at the helm. With a lot of top programs such as Lakota West. rr:•tt~:rville and luJiaua North rentrul highlighti11g their schedule, :\.<lodkr is looking to rebound from a t.:am that lost eight ~cni<•r~. ·•we believe playiug ~uch a tough :"idJcuulc prepares us for any challenges that we will sec in the tournament and helps our kids bl'come better players," said a~si~t:mt coach Kl'ith Schacpcr. who has coa~:hcd fnr eight years. Only three players return

from a 12-5-2 season and Sparke and Capurro are expected to keep the younger players in line and build their confidence. "With the im:xpl!rience of our team we umldn 't ask for two better captains than Tony and Paul," said Hurley. Sparkc and Capuuu push each other to the limit and bclicvc that pushing the undl!rclassmcn is needed to sucl'el!d in the postseason tournaments. Hurley feels that the other, more inexperienced players rally around his two talt·••lt:d seniors. due to their hard work every day. With the speed and compl·titivencss of varsity soccer. the newcomers could struggle adju~ting to the pace. However. Spark.c und Capurro will be there every step of the way, teaching them how to become great. ''When I'm on the field they look at me and they sec how 1 act during a certain situation. then they're going to obviously act the same way," Sparke

said. Accomplishing the feat of getting to state and becoming champions of the GCL will not be an easy task for the underclassmen or the two senior leaders. "If we look at the big picture and not look at what the short-term results are. than we will be fine at the end of the season," Hurly said. Sparkc would like to play professionally and Capurro would like to set a Moeller record and play overseas. Tln:se two .Kniurs feel they have an excellent mentor m coach Hurley. "He taught me to never give up anrl there it; alway"' hupe," Capurro said. Hurley has direct!} iuf1uenccu their lives. "~ot all things in life go the way you want them ·- and you have to work hard at whatever you arc doing to ~uccced," Sparkc said. Paul Sparke Is a standout on Moeller soccer squad.

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ALL-STARS DIVISION I PLAYER OF THE YEAR

DIVISION I COACH OF THE YEAR

Kevin Noschang

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LAKOTA WEST

LAKOTA WEST Cummins died unexpectedly in September, but the team he built went on to reach the state semifinals. His 255 career wins rank silrth in Ohio history.

OAK HILLS The senior was named third team all-Ohio and first team all-district, helping lead the High landers to the district semifinals.

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The senior helped lead the Firebirds to the state semifinals with 10 goals and five assists, and was named first team all-Ohio.

The senior scored 17 goals to set a school record, had seven assists and was named second team all-Ohio as the Thunderhawks reached the regional semifinals. 1

The senior scored 18 goals and had four assists to help lead the Firebirds to the state semifinals, and was named second team allOhio.

The senior was named third team all-Ohio and led Fairfield to the No. 1 ranking in the final Enquirer area poll of the regular season, plus a distri~ final appearance.

The senior was named third team all-Ohio and first team all-district, helping lead the Bombers to the regional semifinals.

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FAIRFIELD

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The senior defender was named first team all-district and first team all-Greater Miami Conference, helping lead Sycamore to the district finals.

The senior had seven goals and seven assists and was named first team all-district and allleague, as Colerain reached the district finals.

The senior was named first team all-district and first team allleague for the Crusaders, who reached the district semifinals.

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The senior was named first team all-district and first team allleague, helping lead Fairfield to a No. 1 area ranking and district final appearance.

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MADEIRA

e senior midlelder led the ustangs to eir second traight Division II state champinship with a hool-record 30 goals, and was named first team aii·Ohio.

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worth, Katie Overrnann; Mercy - Laura Mecklenborg, Jessica McCloy, Leah Naseef; Northwest- Kayla Swearingen, Carta Schierloh, Nikki Meister; Oak Hills - Emily Rein; Reading- Usa Nolte, Amanda Penter; Roger Bacon - Megan Post, Amy Witt; Ross - Danielle Hogue; St. Bernard - Kim Edwards; St. Ursula - Lauren Fader, Cara .<elly, Ashley Scheidt, Jessica Neiser; Seton ·• Jen Johannigman, Karin Martini. Laurie i~eumann, Lauren Nutini; Seven Hills Chl1stie Alexander; Summit CountJy DayLisa Cosgrove; Sycamore- Kim Sykes; Taylor- Sarah Schmidt; Turpin- Kirby Stenard, Ali Kirkpatrick, Ashley Gruber; Ursuline Susan Loeffler, Flora Ranieri; Waln~t Hills..lessica Mellow; Wyoming - Desire Moms, Erlka Schmitt.

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DIVISION II-III COACH OF THE YEAR

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Matt Soldano PURCELL

Rick Ruhe

He led the Mustangs to their second straight Division Ill state title as Madeira extended its unbeaten streak to a state-record 46 games.

MARIAN The senior was named Division II all-state and was also Southwest District II player of the year, with 10 goals and 13 assists for a district semifinal team.

The junior was named second team all-state and second team allleague, with 13 goals and five assists for the Division II regional runner-up Rams.

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The senior was named first team all-district and finished among area scoring leaders with 13 goals, as tQwn reached the Division II district semifinals.

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Mike Munchel COLERAIN

The senior goalie led area Division 1 players in shutouts (nine) during the regular season, was named first team all-district and helped Colerain reach the district finals.

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Chad Tetlrick TURPIN The senior was co-player of the year in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Cardinal division, scoring 14 goals as pin reached the Division II regional semifinals.

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The senior was named third team all-Ohio and first team all-district as he led Summit to the Division Ill district semifinals.

HILLS The junior was named third team all-Ohio and first team all-district, scoring 20 goals Stingers to the Division Ill regional semifinals.

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Kevin Gilligan MADEIRA

The senior goalie was named third team all-state and first team all-district, recording 14 shutouts to help lead Madeira to its second consecutive Divisio~ Ill state title.

Dean Horwitz CCD The senior was named first team all-district and first team all-Miami Valley Conference in leading ceo to the Division Ill district semifinals.


Moeller's Sparkeâ&#x20AC;˘ leads Crusaders past Lakota East Defender's outbursts nets two goals; victory evens Moeller's record at 1-1 1"' l r- ():5 power and later returned. By David Clark Enquirer contributor

A showdown between Lakota East and Moeller Wednesday night developed from a scoreless tie to The Paul Sparke Show in a matter of minutes. The Moeller senior defender scored both of his team's goals in a 2-1 victory in West Chester. "When you play defense, you hardly ever get to shoot. So when you shoot, you have to make it count," Sparke said. The win lifted the Crusaders to

1-1. "Any time you get a victory over a well-coached team like Lakota East, that has extra significance," coach Randy Hurley said. After lightning delayed the start of the game, Hurley- in his 16th season at Moeller - saw his team pepper Lakota East goalkeeper Byron Neal with several shots in the game's first eight minutes. Nick Kinder's attempt to set up Ryan Lustig presented an early Thunderhawks threat. The game was stopped briefly after a collision involving Neal and Crusaders sophomore Alex Allison with 15:46 remaining in the first half. Neal was not injured, and A n;.,,...n loft fha f:nl..l

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Moeller again went on the attack in the final minutes of the half. Tony Capurro was tripped up during a charge, ensuring a ~half­ time score. Kinder caught Crusaders goalkeeper Brian Schumacher out of position with 23 minutes left, but Sparke made an outstanding stop to prevent a score. . "I think saving that goal sort of pumped me up and got me into the game," Sparke added. Sparke broke the scoreless tie with 17 minutes remaining. His free kick rebounded off a Lakota East defender back to him, and Sparke launched a long-distance shot over Neal to provide a 1-0 Moeller lead. . The Thunderhawks' effort to equalize was thwarted until Bacon took advantage of a possession change to charge through Moeller's defense untouched with just 4:55 remaining and tie the game. Sparke then found himself in the right place at the right time on a header off a rebound in the game's waning moments. "On the second one, it was luck. But they gave it up," Sparke said. Moeller 2. Lakota East 1. Goal.: Spar1<e 2 (M), Baoon (LE). Reoords: M 1-1, LE 1-1.


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DIVISION I PLAYER OF TilE YEAR

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DMSIONI COACH OF THE YEAR

DMSIONII j'LA}'ER OF THE YEAR

Parrissa Eyorokon

Danielle Newman

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ST. URSULA The senior goalie was named third team all-Ohio and first team all-district. She had 16 shutouts in helping lead the Bulldogs to the Division I state semifinals.

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Audra Mathews

LAKOTA WEST The junior was . named third team all-Ohio, first team a11district and first team all-league in leading the Firebirds to the Division I district finals.

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Lindsey Carstens

ST. URSULA

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Keiana Mitchell

Katy Spear

Brittany Woods

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HILL The senior sweeper was named second team all-Ohio, ·helping lead the Braves to the 1 finals. She helped the team set a school record with 14 shutouts, and also had three goals and two assists.

The senior was first team allOhio and alldistrict, lead.ing Wyoming to the No. 1 .ranking in the final Enquirer Divi" sions 11-111 poll and a regional semifinal berth.

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I HILL I She led the Braves to their first state tournament appearance, with Indian Hill not allowing any tournament goals until losing in the state title game.

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The senior was named first team all-district and allleague, with 16 goals and 14 assists as \he Bulldogs reached the Division I state semifinals.

The freshman was named third team allOhio and first team all-district She had 15 goals and 14 assists as Fairfield reached the Division I district finals.

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Emily Barnes

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The senior was first team alldistrict and Player of the Year in the Girls Greater Cincinnati League Grey division, leading McNick to the Division I regional finals.

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Chloe James The junior was named third team all-Ohio, first team alldistrict and first team all-league as the Spartans reached the Division II district semifinals.

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Kristen Gerwin

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Amanda McCaw

TAYLOR

INDIAN

The senior was named first team all-district and ranked among city scoring leaders all year, with 15 goals and 16 assists. Her assists led the city in regular season.

HILL The senior was named first team all-district, with 20 goals and nine· assists to help lead the Braves to the Division II state championshi game.

Day - Andrew Brendamour; CHCA - Dan drew Preece; Wyoming- Adam Prather. worth, Katie Overmann; Mercy - Laura Vincent, Adam Ross, Chris Lindner; Clark GIRLS -Amelia - Brittany Bl)'son; An- Mecklenborg, Jessica McCloy, Leah NaBOYS DIVISION I - Anderson - Kevin ' Montessori - Ryan Dale, John Wallace; derson -.Liz Riggs; Badin -Heather Maus, seef; Northwest- Kayla Swearingen, Carla · Zidron; Colerain - Mike Haggard; Elder - Deer Park - Ed Driver; Rnneytown - Scott Heather Rains, Megan Jeffcoat; Batavia - Schierloh, Nikki Meister; Oak Hills - Emily Jeff Wahl, Mike Hartke; Fairfield- Peter Quay,JoseCombs;Georgetown-BenHud- ShannonKrusling;Bianchester-NickyFey; Rein; Reading- Lisa Nolte, Amanda PenFink; Lakota East- Tim Crone, Eric Mersch; son; Indian Hill - J.D. Dilbone, Branden CHCA - Brittan! Lally; Cincinnati Country ter; Roger Bacon -Megan Post, Amy Witt; Lakota West - Jeremy Curington, David Miller, Josh Krehbiel; Day- Rachel Felous, Ashley Hunt; Clinton- Ross- Danielle Hogue; St. Bernard - Kim McGowan, Kevin Schrand; Loveland Madeira- Michael Winters, Javier lbar- Massie- Dani Ferrau; Clark Montessori - Edwards; St. Ursula - Lauren Fader, Cara Steve Bowmari; Mason - Andrew Moore; ra, Jimmy Heisel, Joe Gettinger, Chris Jus- Holly Hofstetter; Colerain- Rachel Morgan; Kelly, Ashley Scheidt, Jessica Neiser; Seton Milford - Mike Rutter; Moeller - Paul tice; Mariemont- Stephen Weber, Chan- Fairfield - Kathy Tegge, Jennifer Vilkoski; - JenJohannigman, Karin Martini, Laurie Sparke; Mount Healthy - Joey Tensing; dler Hatch; McNicholas - Matt Hoenie; Fenwick- Andrea Crane; Harrison- Lauren Neumann, Lauren Nutilii; Seven Hills Northwest - Kenny Goodin; St. Xavier -··- N01wood - Scott Steger; Purcell Marian - Sims; Indian Hill -- Sam Schoeny, Sarah Christie Alexander; Summit Country Day Mike Gillette, Charlie Ruehr, Dan Shea; K.C. Ryan; Reading - Eric Gilland; Roger Wiggers, Emily Goldman, Becca Bechtold, Lisa Cosgrove; Sycamore- Kim Sykes; TaySycamore - Josh Henderson; Winton Bacon- Brian Schawe, Marc Young, Andy Ali Tuddenham; Lakota West - Lindsey lor-Sarah Schmidt; Turpin- Kirby Stenard, · Woods- Robert Nack. Folz; Ross -Jacob Partin, Jeremy Linville, . Price; Madeira .: KateDrummond, Cheryl Ali Kirkpatrick, Ashley Gruber; Ursuline . ·eoYS'1)1VISJONS lf'lll'::-13affivia-; DavicfTracy; s·even Rilfs-=-cnip Kalnow;- ~Gilngajj;Marremont - Erin Faill~A~fileY-·susan-LOeffler.Jiora-Raiiieri;Waliiut HillS.. Brooks Wilhelm, Zach Faris; Cincinnati Sam James; Summit Country Day - Kyle McCracken; McAuley - Allison Osborne; Jessica Mellow; Wyoming- Desire Morris, Christian -Chris Lynch; Cincinnati Country Haungs; Taylor- Rob Smith; Turpin - An- McNicholas- Stephanie Crosby, Kerry Jost- Erika Schmitt .

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'WEST e senior forard led the Firebirds to the tate semifinals ith 23 goals, nd set school records for assists in a ganie (3), eason (15) and career (32).

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Chad Cook OAK HILLS The senior was named third team all-Ohio and first team all-district, helping lead the Highlanders to the district semifinals.

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The senior scored 17 goals to set a school record, had seven assists and was named second team all-Ohio as the Thunderhawks reached the regional semifinals.

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Mike Albert

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SYCAMORE The senior defender was named first team all-district and first team all-Greater Miami Conference, helping lead Sycamore to the district finals.·

COLERAIN The senior had seven goals and seven assists and was named first team all-district and allleague, as Colerain reached the district finals.

MOELLER The senior was named first team all-district and first team allleague for the Crusaders, who reached the district semifinals.

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Scott Allen TIJRPIN

The ·senior was named Division II all-state and · was also Southwest District II player of · the year, with 10 goals and 13 assists for a district semifinal team.

The junior was named second team all-state and second team alileague, with 13 goals and five assists for the i sion II regional runner-up Rams.

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Josh

Jason

Streckfuss

Lore am< The senior was .named first team all-district and finished among area scoring leaders with 13 , as Finneytown reached the Division II district semifinals.

The senior scored 19 goals and was named second team all-Ohio and first team all-district, as·Mariemont the Division Ill district finals.

SUMMIT. The senior was named third team all-Ohio and firstteam all-district as he led Summit to the Division Ill district nals.

The senior was named third team all-Ohio and first team all-league for the Spartans, who reached the Division II regional semifinals.

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Dan Schultz SEVEN HILLS The junior was named third team all-Ohio and first team all-district, scoring 20 goals Stingers to the Division Ill regional semifinals.

The senior was named third team all-Ohio and first team all-district, helping lead the Bombers to the regional semifinals.

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Mark LeBoeuf

Matt Soldano

TAYLOR The senior was named first team all-district and finished the regular season with 24 goals, five area scoring

The senior was named third team all-Ohio and lect Fairfield to the No. 1 ranking in the fin()! Enquirer area poll of the regular season, plus a district final ap;Jearance.

Dan · lmpellizzeri

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He led the Mustangs to their second straight Divisian Ill state titie as Madeira extended .its unbeaten streak to state-record 46 games.

Kevin Ireland

.Kustos

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Andy Ortman

Chad Tetirick

ROGER BACON The senior was namect third team all-Ohio and P~ayer of the YE;ar in the Greater Catholie League North, with Bacon reach!ing the Division II district fi-

The senior was co-player of the year in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Cardinal division, scoring pin reached ·the al semifinals.

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Kevin Gilligan

MADEIRA The senior goalie was named third team all-state and first team a11-district, recording 14 shutouts to help lead Madeira its second consecutive Division I state title. ·

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The senior was named first team all-district and first team all-Miami Valley Conference in leading CCD to the Division Ill district semifinals.

Moeller High School 2003-04 Soccer Articles  
Moeller High School 2003-04 Soccer Articles