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LAKOTA WEST

BADIN

CIN. HILLS CHRISTIAN

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MILFORD

In his first season as Lakota West coach, he guided the Firebirds to a 15-5-1 record and state semifinal appearance.

The senior was named firstteam all-state. He led the Greater Catholic League North division in scoring, with 18 goals and six assists.

His team went 13-8-2 and was Division Ill state runnerup,after entering postseason play with a 7-7-2 record.

The senior was named second-team allstate. He led the GCL South division in scoring, with 15 goals and four assists.

The senior was named thirdteam all-state. He led the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye division in scoring, with 10 goals and 29 assists.

The senior was named thirdteam all-state and Greater Miami Conference Player of the Year. He had nine goals and six assists.

The senior goalkeeper was named firstteam all-state and district player of the year. He had 12 shutouts this year.

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MILFORD

LaSALLE

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LAKOTA EAST

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LAKOTA WEST

The senior goalkeeper had seven shutouts this year. He was named firstteam all-league and all-district.

The sophomore sweeper was named third. ., team all-state. His defense helped the Lancers rank 1i ;' . 1 No. 2 in the final Enquirer area coaches' poll.

The senior was named thirdteam all-state and Southwest Ohio Public League Coplayer of the Year. He had 10 goals and 18 assists.

The senior was named thirdteam all-state. He was second in the FAVC Buckeye in scoring (13 goals, six assists).

The junior was named thirdteam all-state. He had three goals and one assist as East reached th~ re- ["" g10nal semifinals.

The senior led the GMC in scoring with 13 goals and nine assists, as Fairfield reached the district final.

The junior defender helped lead the Firebirds to the state semifinals. He was West's top vote-getter on the area coaches' all-district team.

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The senior midfielder was named thirdteam all-state as Finneytown reached the Division II district final.

The senior defender was named Division II third-team allstate as Indian Hill made the regional final.

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The junior was voted to the area coaches' ali-district team. He had four goals and five assists this season.

The senior was named Division II second-team all-state. He had 12 goals and five assists this season.

The senior midfielder was named secondteam all-state, with three goals and three assists as Turpin ~ made the Divi* sion II regional semifinals.

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The senior defender was named Division II thirdteam all-state and first-team all-district.

The senior was named Division II third-team allstate and firstteam all-district. He had five goals and one assist this season.

The senior was named Division Ill first-team allstate, and firstteam NSCAA/ adidas Academic All-America. He scored 19 goals this season.

The senior was named Division Ill firstteam all-state and Cincinnati Hills League Player of the Year.

The junior midfielder was named Division Ill third-team all-state and led Summit to the district final.

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Boys' soccer honorable mention DIVISION I Amelia - Bryan Jett, Mike Burnes; Anderson Hunter L.emperle, Chris DeZarn, Mason Kelly, Mike Lees,·Colerain ·- Ou~tin Muncy, David Rowekamp, Luk ourquein; Elder- Bryan Dattilo, Ed Doerflein, Mik Meyer, Fairfield - Ben Thomas, Chris Coggeshall, Dre;Yir5ifdkiff; Hamilton - Nick Wilson; Harritjon - Bran{!dn W~lfram, Mike Macaluso; Glen Este-IRorian Wellf\l!h. Matt Koewler, Tristan Amiott; Kings- Bryce Mc~drlsle; La,kota East- Ryan Lustig, Kody Schumachel'/!!rett Gregory; Lakota West Brian Almer, JasP.ItGham~~rs, Kyle Bertz; La Salle Jon Parkinson, Jirtt,Thlnnes, Kevin Schoenfeld, Brad Hoeweler, Brian Th,eSi~ Ronny Kramer, Scott Hicks; Loveland- OavlllJ~(!S~orough;Patrick Sullivan, Tony Puccini; ..:._ · . ,_· Mason - Mat tl~·ette, Andrew Moore, Justin Mason, Zach Pifr'rl<.. did - Matt Murdock, Chris Shomo, ColbyFetgiJ' , Ryan Wuest; Moaner-Jim Delaney, Steve .wu] , Nick Engel, Tyler Sand; Mount Healthy· Dali'E{tel, Joey Tensing; Oak Hills -

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Last year's regiom u semifinalists, St. Xavier and J jjkota East, join state semifinalist Lakota West as the top three tean ns to beat for the 2004 boys socce: r season. Turpin is the pic' k in Divisions II-III over two-time I )-III defending state champ Madei ra.

Top teams to we •tch Division I ST. XAVIER: Df !pth makes it the preseason No. J ,, although that depth will betest ed by having toreplace four all-lef tgue first teamers. Defense s .hould be the strength, with senior defender Jacob Roche and .senior goalie Collin Brueggeman · returning staters. lAKOTA Wf £ST: West, which lost to Westervill ,e North, 3-2, in the state semifin .als, has seniors Brian Almer and J 3rian Tapp and junior defender A1 jam Tenhudfeldas the top retwm !es. The Firebirds did graduate si JXAll-GMC performers. lAKOTA . EAST: Junior Tun Crone, ar 1 all-city performer last season, jo .ins Ryan Lustig and Nick Kinder a1 ; midfield. Senior strikers Kody Sc :humacher and Kris Hall also rett 1m. FAIRf ?ln.D: Junior forward Ben Thoma s should be one of the area's to p players. He was second team all-conference for the defendir 1g GMC champs. M<' IELLER: The Crusaders lost Enq~ tirer All-Stars Paul Sparke (Nor :them Kenrucky) and Tony Cap urro (Capital). Forward Steve wu· jekwasoneoftwofreshmenon the ,All-GCL team last season.

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At a glance Big matches

• Sept. 2, Badin at Finneytown, 7 p.m.

• Sept. 9, Moeller at St. X, 7 p.m.

• Sept. U, St. Xat Fairfield, 7 p.m.

• Oct 14, lakota West at lakota East, 7:15 p.m. Toumamentt schedule

• Sectionals (October 18-23) • Districts (October 25-30) • Regionals (November 2-6) • State (Semifinals, November 9; • D-1 and D-Ill finals November 12, D-11 November 13, Crew Stadium. are the top rettlmers for last year's Division II district champs. MADEIRA: The Mustangs carry a state-record 4~game unbeaten winning streak into the season. They graduated six of the seven starters; senior forward Javier Ibarra returns. HAMILTON BADIN: Seniors Rick Ruhe (16 goals), Alex Raible (13), Ryan Nelson (12) and Hugh Anderson (9 assists) return from the most potent offense in school history. SEVEN HILLS: Seniors Dan Schultz and Sam James form a potent offensive combination.

Other top talents • Tun Crone, Lakota East: The midfielderwasAll-City lastfall as a sophomore. • Kevin Lidron, Anderson: The midfielder dished out a city-best 23 assists.

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High schools

East needs overtime to avoid Moeller's soccer upset bid By Alex Blumer Enquirer contributor

Lakota Ea.st's Kody Schumacher's overtime goal helped the Thunderhawks fend off upsetminded Moeller 3-2 in Wednesday's boys' soccer district semifinal at Princeton. Schumacher ·found himself alone on the left wing near the end of the first overtime and beat Moeller keeper John Bentley for the game-winner. 'They weren't really marking defensively, so I just made a late run," said Schumacher, who was playing midfield after spending most of the year on defense. "I wasn't even thinking. It was almost like an instinct." It looked as if the third-seeded Thunderhawks were about to suffer the same fate as top-seeded Milford and fourth-seeded Anderson, which had been bounced in the previous round. But East's Kris Hall tied the game at 2-2 with a goal in the 62nd minute, stealing the ball and pushing it in the far side of the net. "I just felt that we would get a goal," said East coach Danny Landrum. "I didn't think they could hold us to one the way we were attacking." East (12-2-4) meets Loveland, which beat Elder in double overtime, at 2 p.m. Saturday at Lakota West. The Thunderhawks will be looking for their fourth district title in the last six years. "We were uncharacteristically sloppy defensively," said Landrum. "If we make those kind of mistakes Saturday, we11 be out. But today we were able to come \ back from it.".

Moeller (7-9-2) had upset No.8 seed Colerain 2-1 in the first round. The Crusaders took just two minutes to take a 1-0 lead Wednesday, as sophomore Steve Wujek dribbled through the East defense and tucked a shot inside the left post. East tied the match 1-1 in the 13th minute on Ryan Lustig's bomb from more than 40 yards out, his team-high seventh goal of the season. ' Although East had the better play for much of the first half, it still couldn't take the lead. Moeller's Ryan Melson put the Crusaders up 2-1 right before the half, lofting a shot · over Byron Neal. Neal had allowed a total of two goals in East's last seven matches. "It was kind of back-and forth," said Moeller coach Randy Hurley. "I think it just boiled down to us missing some opportunities." East is undefeated in the last eight games (6-0.2). The Thunderhawks won at Moeller 2-1 to open the season. La Salle 2, Princeton 0- The seconded-seeded Lancers (15-3) blanked No. 12 seed Princeton in a Division I game at La Salle. The Lancers got the only goal they would need when junior Brad Hoeweller scored with 20 minutes left in the first half. Then, 25 minutes into the second half, Ronny Kramer secured the win for the Lancers with the final goal. La Salle midfielder Jim Thinnes provided a balanced attack for the offense, backed on the defense by goalkeeper Kevin Schoenfeld, who got his school-record 12th shutout of the season. He broke

the previous school record of nine shutouts. La Salle advances to play Lakota West at 2 p.m. Saturday. St. Xavier 3, Lebanon 1 - The first goal for St. Xavier (10.4-3) was by senior Sam Delisio at 21 minutes on an assist by junior Bryan Kanu. Kanu later scored in the 78th minute. The other goal was scored by junior Steven Trombetta, assisted by junior Chris Ryan, at the 23rd minute. Lebanon (14-4-1) got its only goal from freshman Ryan Nollen in the 31st minute, assisted by junior Brent Francis. St. Xavier moves on to play Fairfield at 2 p.m. Saturday at Ross. Fairfield 2, Oak Hills 1 -Junior forward Ben Thomas scored both goals for the Indians (10.6-2). Fairfield led 2-0 at halftime before junior forward Kyle Rowe scored for Oak Hills (5-7-6). Badin 6, McNicholas 0 - Senior Ryan Nelson recorded his third hat trick of the season to lift topseeded Badin (16-2). Badin plays Indian Hill, which beat Walnut Hills 2-1, at 2 p.m. Saturday at Princeton. Turpin 1, Wyoming 0 - Senior Matt Vessells scored during the shootout and had the winning save for the Spartans (9-7-2), who will play Finneytown Saturday.

Volleyball Finneytown won its first district title since 1991 with a 25-20, 14-25, 25-23,25-27, 15-11 victory over Fen- . wick (21-4) at the Nutter Center. Senior outside hitter lindsay Smith had 13 kills to lead Finneytown, which advances to the Division III regional next week.


Crusaders seeking .to turn corner on record Cc::o-.P~.

By Kyle Burch Contributor

Having a schedule with the likes of Elder, La Salle, Lakota West, Centerville, St Xavier, Anderson and Sycamore is a tough task. Many teams would be happy emerging from that gauntlet. of teams with a 2-4-2 record. Moeller head coach Randy Hurley knows that record isn't a bad one considering, but understands that. his team has struggled justa bit up to this point. "We play the hardest schedule in all of southwest Ohio, if not for the entire state," said Hurley. "We just need to get better at finishing off our plays. We are getting in great position, it's¡ just that final ball that we are having a little trouble converting." The Crusaders, with eight seniors on the team, have plenty of experience, but still field some youngsters with freshmen and sophomores seeing significant playing time. Hurley doesn't see a let down in his players even after the sluggish start. "This group is a great group to coach," said Hurley. "They have great attitudes, and they battle all the time. It would just help a little bit if we could get one or two more goals here or here." The Crusaders began to show a little more coming together after

tying nationally ranked Indianapolis North Central on September 18. Sophomore Alex Allison and senior Paul Sparke have been the sparks of the offense so far, each totaling five goals and ll points, while senior JYler Sand has anchored the defense. "From game in and game out, JYler's been the most consistent player," said Hurley. The Crusaders, who finished as sectional champions last year, have also seen great contributions from senior captains Jimmy Delaney and Andrew Leconey, each having played in almost every minute of every game. Moeller has experienced somewhat of a letdown since the strong showing against Indianapolis North Central, falling 3-0 to Alter and 2-l to Badin, and after a faceoffyesterdaywith McNicholas will look to turnaround against GCL rival Elder on Saturday and Purcell Marian, Tuesday. "This group is pretty hard working," said Hurley. '~d they continue to get a little bit better every time out. None of these guys have egos, and they all get along pretty well, and as we work a little harder we will be able to finish better and the games will have a better outcome." eastsports@communitypress.com 248-7570

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La Salle knocks off Elder Enquirer Contributor

Parkinson's goal is enough to upset No.2 Panthers

La Salle made sure head coach Steve Schulten's first taste of Greater Catholic League play was a sweet one, as the visiting Lancers, No.5 in the Enquirer Division I coaches' poll, blanked No.2 Elder 1-0 Saturday afternoon. "GCL matches are always going to be tight, and they11 always be hard-fought. I wouldn't have expected anything else," said Schulten. "Our first GCL match, we were kind of disappointed we didn't do a lot better," said Elder coach Dave Ruehl, whose squad suffered its first loss of the season (41-2). "On the other hand, I was proud of our kids and how we

played." The Lancers recovered nicely from a 2-0 defeat by No. 1-ranked Lakota East on Thursday. John Parkinson put LaSalle (6-2) ahead 1-0 in the 21st minute, coming up from his defensive position to corral a loose ball and rip it by Elder keeper Marty Kersting from 25 yards out. "We like to try to push him forward into space and get some possession out of him, and he's done a good job for us," said Schulten. 'That shot was perfectly placed. I don't think anyone could've done anything about that," said Kersting. Kersting kept Elder alive with

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some excellent play, especially in the first half. The junior goalie stymied Ronny Kramer twice in the opening five minutes, first on a diving save less than a minute in and then coming out of the crease to make the save in the fifth minute. "He came out well and did his job," said Ruehl of Kersting, who finished with seven saves. But La Salle backed up that lone goal with solid defensive play. Sparked by sophomore sweeper Josh Albers, La Salle's swarming backline kept Elder from getting many good shots on net. Senior goalie Kevin Schoen-

feld had six saves in the shutout for La Salle. Elder's leading scorer, Kevin Bretcher, played all 80 minutes despite being slowed by strep throat. "I think we had the better of the play at times, but hey, that's soccer, you've got to score goals," said Ruehl. ''We're a little hurt today, but we1llive to play another day." As for La Salle, Schulten is optimistic. "I'm ecstatic, the kids really worked extremely hard in the offseason," said Schulten. "I couldn't have picked a better group of kids"


HIGH SCHOOLS Classifieds Amtll1 seeks e boys' varsity heed so<:er coach and an assistant swim coach. Cell AD Ker!lesselnng, 947-7426. Badin seeks one gins' varsity basl®all game to fill its 2004-05 schedule. Call AD Sally .ocher, 8633993 ext 122. Ursuline seeks a varsity assistansoccer coach and varsity assistant softball coach. :all AD Diane Redmond, 791-8143. The Southwest Ohio Baskeball Olliclab School begins Nov. 22 and has ;even sessions through Nov. 30. Participants can o~in their OHSAA certification for the start of this seaon. For information contact Jerry Rck, 563-2755.

All-Ohio Soccer Te1ms COLUMBUS, Ohio - Here ar• the 2004 All-Ohio High School Soccer Teams as votd by the Ohio Schlolastic Soccer coaches' AssociaUn: BOYS

DMSIONI F"II'IIT.., Gavin Blades, St lgnatiu, sr.; Jeff Rusch, Worthington Kilboume, sr.; GregSlepka, Brush, sr.; Geoff Marchand, Massillon Jacksor. sr.; Jacob Peters, Toledo St. Francis, sr.; PatJick Ro,, Westerville NoM, sr.; Enc AshwoM, CenteiVille, s.: Byron Neal, Lakota East, sr.; Scott Shrewsbut, Huber Heights Wayne, sr.; J.D. Hill, Dublin Coffmao, sr.; Geoff Marsh, NoM Olmsted, sr. Player of the Year. Gl~n Blades, St Ignatius. Coach of the Year. man Stevens, CenteiVille. Assistant Coach ofthe Year. Chanes Smith, Perrysburg. Second loam, Local Kevin Bretcher, Eld6, sr..

Third Tam, locals Zach Johnson, Spn®Joro, sr.; Kevin Zidron, Anderson, sr.; Nick Lance, Milford, sr.; Josh Albers, LaSalle, so.; Malic!< Sow,Wrthrow, sr.; Mike OiAngelis, Loveland, sr.; lim Cron•, Lakota East, jr.

DlliSION II F"orslteam Kenneth Willis, cadinal Mooney, sr.; Celeb Jack, carroll, sr.; Oleo HaiiJOZ, Walsh Jesuit, jr.; Kolby Lacrone, Dresden Tri-\aUey, sr.; Luke Purpero, Waverly, jr.; Louis Kastelic, ~urora, sr.; Ryan Nelson, Badin,. sr.; Braden Reak,Big Walnut, jr.; Brandon Morse, Uma Shawnee, sr. ·Bnan Reid, Nmwalk, sr.; Josh Williams, Copley, jr. Player of be Year. Kenneth Willis, Cardinal Mooney. Coach oftbe Year. Mano Gemardt, Chagrin Falls. Asslstan1Coach of !be Year. Alfred Menende~ Defiance. Second Tea111,Locals Joe Certtnght Walnut Hills, sr.; Rick Ruhe, Badin, sr.; Andew Meyers, Turpin, sr.

Third Team, Locals Brian S:hnur, Finneytown, sr.; Branden Miller, lrdian Hill, s:; Nicl< Honkonen, McNicholas, sr.; Ryan Hader, Rof2r Bacon, sr.

DIVISION Ill First Team . Dunan Silver-NoWe, Yellow Spnngs, sr.; Byron Kauvermm, Fort Jennings, sr.; Ryan Ruef, Jonath~ Alder, sr. John Emery, Warren Champion, sr.; Daniel Sclwltz Sewn Hils, sr.; Ben Zemanski, CVCA, jr.; Ryan H~e, Wellington, sr.; Shane Pnce, Minford, sr.; Kevin Calg, Huron, sr.; Javier Ibarra, Madeira, sr. Pl,yer of !be Year. Duncan Silver-NoWe, Yellow Spnngs Clach of !be Year. Nate Mailach, Warren Champion. Alslstant Coach of !be Year. Don Lewis, Wheelers bug.

Third Team, Locals lyle Haungs, Summit Country Day, jr.; Jaccb Rhore, CHCA., sr.; Stephen Weber, Manemont, ,.,; Kevl1 Gosche, Eastern Brown, jr.

GIRLS DIVISION I F"ors!Team Kelly Quinn, Dublin Coffman, sr.; Jessica Okoroafo,Sylvania NoMview, sr.; Knstin May, Walsh Jesuit, sr. Brianne Eisenbanl, Lakota West, sr.; Cocie Ye, Berea, sr.; Jamie! Johnson, Chamlnade Jullerme, sr. Hanna Wilde, Westlake, sr.; Molly Comwell, Picl<eniJion NoM, jr.; Renee Hitchcock, Ashland, sr.; Steplanie WuM, Toledo St Ursula, sr.; Chnstie Kotyns~. ltdson, jr. Player of !be Year. Kelly Quinn, Dublin Coffman. Coach of the Year. Enc Lapsansky, Brecksllille. Assistant Coach of !be Year. James Thomp,.on, l'istintown-Rtch. Second Team, Locals Angela Napolitano, St Ursula, jr.; Jessica Mello, ~alnut Hills, sr.

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