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Boys volleyball 5"~30-o3

Moeller, Elder battle tonight By Colleen Kane The Cincinnati Enquirer

Two Greater Catholic League teams will face off tonight for a chance to make it to the final four in high school boys volleyball. Moeller plays Elder at 7:30 p.m. ¡ at Cleveland State in boys state quarterfinal action. The winner faces either Centerville or Worthington Kilbourne in the semifinals at noon Saturday. The state finals are .at 5:30p.m. Saturday. No.2 seed St. Xavier (22-5) is the third GCL team to¡ make it to the elite eight of boys volleyball. The team plays Stow in a quarterfinal match at Cleveland State at 6:30 p.m., with the winner facing either : Darby or Scioto Saturday at 3 p.m. I for a trip to the finals. Moeller (23-4) is the top seed in 1 the southwest after being ranked No. 1 in the state for eight of the nine regular-season weeks and winning the GCL South tournament May10. 'There's a big 'X' on our backs," Moeller head coach Greg Ulland said. "But it's good preparation for kids, because teams gave us their best all season." Elder (21-6), seeded No.3 and ranked No. 6.in the state, was one of the few teams to beat Moeller in the regular season. They came away with a 15-2, 9-15, 15-8 win May 1 at home." Elder will have to stop Nick Meyer, . The senior middle hitter was the Ohio Volleyball Player of the Year and leads the team in blocks, aces and kills. Meyer, who suffers from back spasms, has practiced only once in 12 days and sat out Moeller's opening tournament Wins against Middletown and Milford. He re-aggravated the injury this week in practice but will try to play tonight.

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St.· X wins frrst state title in volleyball Lebanon falls in regional softball play The Cincinnati Enquirer

St. Xavier captured its first state volleyball championship with a 15-7, 15-12 win over Greater Catholic League rival Moeller at Cleveland State University Saturday: "Based on how the season went, this is who we thought we'd be playing in the finals/' St. Xavier coach Bill Ferris said. 'This is something we had been dreaming about all year." Grant Simpson, Nick Tenhundfeld and ]osh Lorenz each stepped up for the Bombers, who went 1-2 against Moeller in the regular season. "Everyone came to play today," Ferris sqid. "You get what you· get from the stars, and to win you need the next group of guys to show up. Today they did."

St. Xavier lost to Moeller in the 1997 state final. Both teams finished 25-5.


b .. 1- 0~ Anthony Wayne (22-5), post Ull Sunday, 2 p.m.

State Semifinals At Brookside Park, Ashland Northwest (2S-2l vs. Panma Hts. Holy NameWhitehouse Anthony Wayne winner, Friday, 10 a.m. Massillon Perry (20-8) vs. Gahanna Uncoln (24-6), Friday, 12:30 p.m. State Rnal: Saturday, 3 p.m. DIVISION II Regional Semifinal

At Bucyrus Chardon NDCL (27-2), LaGrange Keystone (26-1), susp. in ninth 0-0, to be completed Monday; 3 p.m.

Regional Finals

AtBucYJUS Clyde (24-3) vs. Chardon NDCL-LaGrange Keystone winner, Monday, 4:30p.m.

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At Firestone Stadium, Akron

Poland Seminary (23-5) vs. Mantua Crestwood (27-2), post. WI Sunday, 2 p.m. '

At Clayton Northmont Spring. Kenton Ridge (31-1) vs. Turpin (20·6), post WI Sunday, 5 p.m. 'State Semifinals

At Brookside Park, Ashland New Concord John Glenn (28-4) vs. Poland Seminary-Mantua 'Crestwood winner, Thursday, 3 p.m. ·Spnng.'Kenton Ridge-Turpin winner vs. ClydeT8A winner, Thursday, 5:30p.m. State Rna I: Saturday, 12:30 p.m.

DIVISION Ill Regional Finals

At Genshaft F"oeld, Massillon Jeromesville Hillsdale (21-7) vs. Rootstown (21'9), post WI Monday, 4:30p.m.

At Brookside Park, Ashland

Sycamore Mohawk (27-1) vs. Woodsfield Monroe Cent (26-2), post WI Sunday, 3 p.m. At Lancaster· Wheelersburg (~3-3) vs. Portsmouth W. (27-1), post WI Sunday, 5 p.m.

State Semifinals

At Brookside Park, Ashland Convoy Crestview (26-1) vs. Wheelersburg-Portsmouth W. winner, Thursday, 10 a.m. Jeromesville Hill~dale-RoOtstown winner vs. Sycamore Mohawk-Woodsfield Monroe Cent. winner, Thursday, 12:30 p.m. State Final: Saturday, 10 a.m.

DMSIONIV Regional Finals

At Kent State University . CresUine (25-4) vs. Mogadore (15-14), post till Monday, 4:30p.m.

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At Findlay

Gibsonburg (25-3) vs. Defiance Ayersville (20-5), post. Ull Sunday, 5:30p.m.

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N. Lewisburg Triad (26-6) vs. St. Henry (21-9), post WI Monday, 4:30 p.m.

State Semifinals

At Brookside Park, Ashland N. Lewisburg Triad-St. Henry winner vs. Sugar Grove Beme Union (20-13), Friday, 3 p.m. Gibsonburg-Defiance Ayersville winner vs. Crestline-Mogadore winner, Fnday, 5:30 p.m. State Final: Saturday, 5:30 p.m.

Volleyball STATE TOURNAMENT

(at Cleveland State University) Semifinals Moeller (25-4) d. Centerville (25-4) 3-15, 15-12, 15-11 St. Xavier (24-5) d. Hilliard Dartly (24-5) 15-6, 16-14

Finals St. Xavier (25-5) d. Moeller (25-5) 15-7, 15-12

Boys lacrosse STATE FINALS Division II

lat Dublin Sclotol Medina 20, Mariemont 9 Goals: Med-Smith 10, Gore 2, Castele 2, Cummins, Carol I, Gu~as3. M-Bollinger, Borchers, Perry 2, Martin 2, Peterson 2, Ballinger. Reoords: Med 15-3, Mar 13-5.


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·• Two Greater Catholic' League teams will face off tonight for a ·chance to make itto the final four in' high school boysmdlleyb~. Moeller plays er at :30 p.m. · at Cleveland State in boys state . quarterfinal action. The winner faces either Centerville or Worthington Kilbourne in the semifinals at noon Saturday. The state finals are at 5:30p.m. Saturday. No. 2 seed St. Xavier (22·5) is the third GCL team to make it to the elite eight of boys volleyball. The team plays Stow in a quarterfinal match at Cleveland State at 6:30 p.m., with the winner facing either Darby or Scioto Saturday at 3 p.m. for a trip to the finals. Moeller (23-4) is the top seed in the southwest after being ranked No. 1 in the state for eight of the · nine regular-season weeks and winning the GCL South tournament May10. r 'There's a big 'X' on our backs," Moeller head coach Greg Ulland said. "But it's good preparation for kids, because teams gave us their best all season:" · · Elder (21-6), seeded No.3 and ranked No. 6 in the state, was one · of the few teams to beat Moeller in the regular season. They came away with a 15-2, 9-15, 15-8 win May 1 at home. , ElderWill.havetostopNickMeyer, . The· senior middle hitter was the Ohio Volleyball Player of the Year and leads the team in blocks, aces and kills. Meyer, who suffers from back spasms, has practiced only once in · 12 days and sat out Moeller's open- , ing tournament wins against Middletown and Milford. He re-aggravated the injury this week in ,. . practice but will try to play tonight.

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