A Page -- Sept 22, 2011

HB tops Mags in tennis, 3-1

Hathaway Brown was a 3-1 winner over Magnificat in tennis Tuesday night.

Only four of five matches were completed since darkness suspended the fifth match, which became moot after HB had already won three positions.

Hathaway Brown 3 Magnificat 1
Singles:Iranpour(HB) d. Witt 6-1,7-5;O'Malley(M) v. Mitchell 6-7,7-6,4-1 suspended due to darkness;Adler(HB) d. Lugli 6-1,6-3.  

Doubles:Ahuja/Marting(HB) d. Plagens/Foliano 6-1,5-7,7-6;Hollis/Lawless(M) d. Narendrula/Habib 6-2,6-2. 

St. Joe’s wins tight one with Beaumont, 3-2

In another all-girls school match, St. Joseph nipped Beaumont, 3-2.

Beaumont won the top two singles slots, but Joe’s came through at third singles and in sweeping doubles play.

Saint Joseph Academy 3, Beaumont 2
Singles:  Lawless (B) d. Wagner 6-0, 6-0; Barone (B) d. Powers 6-0, 6-2; Drapac (SJA) d. Ozanne 6-0, 6-3.

Doubles:  Violand/Kahl (SJA) d. Szabados/Militello 6-3, 5-7, 6-0; DeGidio/Paponetti (SJA) d. Mawby/Rowane 6-1, 7-5.

CSU Men's Soccer to host two matches this week

Cleveland State will continue its three-game home stand and try to get back in the win column with a pair of games at Krenzler Field this week. Wednesday (Sept. 21) night, the Vikings host their final tune-up before league play begins when they host St. Bonaventure at 7:00 p.m.. 

The Bonnies are in the midst of their own two-game skid, and have struggled to the tune of a 1-6 record when visiting Cleveland. Horizon League competition gets underway on Saturday (Sept. 24) as Valparaiso makes the trip to Krenzler Field for a 7:00 p.m. contest. 

The Crusaders have tallied 12 goals, but eight of those came in the season opener against Calumet College. They are yet to score more than one goal in any other game this season.

REVIEWING LAST WEEK: Cleveland State dropped both of its matches last week, both by a 2-1 decision. They traveled to Wake Forest on Wednesday (Sept. 14) before coming home and dropping their home opener, 2-1, in overtime to Robert Morris on Sunday (Sept. 18). Here is a quick recap:

  • Match 5: Wake Forest 2, Cleveland State 1 (Sept. 14, Winston-Salem, N.C.) After a goal by forward Admir Suljevic tied the game at 1-1 in the 75th minute, the Demon Deacons answered quickly. A goal 53 seconds after CSU tied it gave host Wake Forest a 2-1 lead that they were able to cling to over the final 14 minutes. Junior goalkeeper Brad Stuver made eight saves in defeat.
  • Twinsburg high alum Brad Stuver

  • Match 6: Robert Morris 2, Cleveland State 1 OT (Sept. 18, Cleveland, Ohio) After a goal off a penalty kick from Admir Suljevic in the 18th minute gave Cleveland State an early 1-0 lead, neither team scored the rest of the first half. Just over two minutes into the second half, Robert Morris scored the equalizer. Neither team managed a goal in the final 42 minutes, and the Colonials scored the golden goal in the 96 minute.

2011 SEASON PREVIEW: When looking at the Vikings 2011 roster, you'll notice a lot of familiar names. The 2010 team finished 9-10-1, but expectations are high this season with nine of the team's top ten scorers returning from last season. 

Junior Brad Stuver (2-4, 24 saves) is arguably the best goalkeeper in the league. He was named Horizon League Goalkeeper of the Year last season when he had three shutouts and 87 saves - 14 more than the second place finisher. An experienced backline is led by senior Brian Donnelly who has started all six games this season, as have sophomore defensemen Zach Ellis-Hayden and Cameron Eisses. 

Senior Chris Koy (1 assist) started four games last season, while Al James was in the starting lineup seven times last year and has already started five games this year. Seniors Manuel Conde and John Wargo, first and second on the 2010 team in points, will lead the charge in the middle. That dynamic duo and Aslinn Rodas (1 assist) combined for 51 starts and 27 points (nine goals, nine assists) last season, but after them it's a lot of unknowns. 

Freshman Mike Derezic, who led his Lakewood High team to league and district titles, showed promise in the summer and has seen significant time. 

Lakewood High product Mike Derezic

The Vikings forwards have scored all six goals of the 2011 season, with Admir Suljevic scoring a team-best three goals and Aaron Adkins, Jordan Hart and Cazz Warren each finding the back of the net. Adkins, with nine starts and three goals in 2010, and Suljevic, who sat out last season due to injury, are the most well known of the bunch. Caleb Eastham (three starts), Hart (two starts) and Matt McWilson (two starts in 2010) are all back to add depth at the forward spot for the Vikings.

WELCOME BACK: After a stellar freshman season (three goals, six assists) in 2009, TopDrawerSoccer.com projected Admir Suljevic to be one of the 20 best Horizon League players for the 2010 season. Because of an injury suffered in the fall, that 2010 season never started. After being named to the Horizon League All-Newcomer team in 2009, Suljevic has shown why he was so highly thought of entering last season.'

The redshirt sophomore has started three games so far this season, tallying team-bests with three goals and 17 shots. Also returning after a season-ending injury in 2010 is Justin Mancine. He started 16 games in 2009 as a sophomore and was primed for a breakout junior season. In the 2010 opener against St. Bonaventure, he injured his leg and was granted a medical redshirt. On a team that has a young core, his 36 career starts will go a long way.

Forge alumnus Vinny Bell Strikes in Double OT as Spartans Defeat PSU-Behrend

ERIE, Pa. – All-American senior forward Vinny Bell (Parma Heights, Ohio/Valley Forge) scored the game-winner in the 107th minute as the Case Western Reserve University men's soccer team earned a 1-0 double overtime victory versus Penn-State Behrend University on Tuesday evening at Family First Sports Park.

Bell

The Spartans, ranked sixth in the latest National Soccer Coaches Association of America Great Lakes Regional poll, improve to 6-1 and return to action this Saturday, September 24 at Heidelberg University at 2:00 p.m. in Tiffin, Ohio. PSU-Behrend falls to 2-4-1 overall.

The two sides played to a scoreless first half with the Spartans holding a slim, 5-4 advantage in shots. The second half was more of the same and Case held an 11-6 lead in shots after regulation.

Avon Native Kyle Alsup

After a scoreless 10 minutes in the first overtime, Bell ended the game at 106:51 with a header off a pass from senior midfielder Kyle Alsup (Avon, Ohio/Detroit Country Day, Mich.). Bell now has a University Athletic Association-leading nine goals and 21 points with five game-winners through seven matches. Alsup has two assists.

In goal, senior keeper Ben Yabrow (Marietta, Ga./George Walton Comprehensive) recorded three saves to improve to 6-1 with two shutouts.



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Solon, Normandy do battle tonight in special Thursday night football tilt

Thursday night continues  the Northeast Ohio Conference crossover schedules for both Solon and

Normandy. This week  marks the first football meeting for Solon and Normandy.  This will be the fourth consecutive year that the Comets have made a trip to Byers Field in Parma.


Week Five puts the Comets back on the road after a two game home stand. Thursday night, Solon will

travel to Byers Field and take on the Normandy Invaders. Normandy comes off a win over Garfield Heights and is 2-2 on the season. The Invaders have outscored their opponents

70-65 so far in 2011.

 

The Comets extended their home winning streak to 20 last week against North Royalton. Solon came

out firing on both sides of the ball to defeat North Royalton 62-20. Touchdowns came from George Berry, Cory

Stuart, Ryan Schwenke, Justin Kresevic, Darian Hicks, Cameron Bell, and Brandon Byrd. Defensively, the

Comets racked up two fumble recoveries and two interceptions. Quarterback Patrick Kramer was 7/10 with 3

touchdowns.

George Berry led the rushing efforts with 67 yards on 6 carries and Cameron Bell was the top

receiver with 2 catches for 59 yards and a touchdown.

Mount Union women's cross country fifth in 


Great Lakes region


NEW ORLEANS, La. -- Mount Union's women's cross country team jumped into the No. 5 spot in the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Great Lakes Region Rankings this week.


The Purple Raiders have posted two solid weeks of competition as they won the Ric Sayre/Walsh Invitational and placed fourth out of 17 teams last week in a strong field at the Calvin Knights Invitational in Grand Rapids, Mich.


All five Mount Union runners that scored at Calvin are underclassmen, four are freshmen, led by freshmanHayley Buzulencia (Warren/Howland), who placed 17th overall.


Wright State Volleyball Falls at Xavier

The Wright State volleyball team dropped a three-set decision at Xavier Tuesday night, falling to the Musketeers 25-17, 25-18, 25-20.

The Raiders jumped out to a 7-3 lead in the first set, two coming on Alaina McAuley kills, only to see the Musketeers score 12 of the next 15 points to take the lead for good.

Xavier (8-5) held the advantage throughout most of the final two sets in finishing with a 46-26 kill margin.

Heidi Splinter paced WSU with 10 kills and added eight digs while McAuley had eight kills and seven digs.  Jessica Levy had 12 digs and Ashleigh Lucco 24 assists.

No. 8 'BERG volleyball sweeps Wilmington to open conference play


TIFFIN, Ohio-Hours after receiving the nod as the No. 8-ranked team in the
nation by the American Volleyball Coaches Association, the Heidelberg
University volleyball team swept Ohio Athletic Conference foe Wilmington
College
 (25-12, 25-14, 25-13) tonight at Seiberling Gymnasium in Tiffin,
Ohio
 in the league opener for both teams.  A total of 20 student-athletes
saw action for the Berg.

The win improves Heidelberg to 11-2 overall and 1-0 in the OAC.  Wilmington
falls to 7-8 overall and 0-1 in the OAC.
Midview alumna Jacki Street


Additionally, Heidelberg extended its winning streak against conference
opponents to 13 matches and is riding an 11-match win streak in regular
season conference play dating back to 2009.

The offensive attack featured six players with five or more kills, led by
junior outside hitter Marian Bevington (Celina/Parkway)-who yesterday was
named OAC player of the week-junior right side hitter Jacki Street
(Grafton/Midview) and senior outside hitter Venessa Haase (Miamisburg), all
of whom tallied eight kills apiece.  Bevington also led all players at the
net with six total blocks.

Junior setter Rachel Ferguson (Brighton, Mich./Brighton) and sophomore
setter Alexa Frank (Parma/Valley Forge) guided the offense with 15 assists
and 14 assists, respectively.



OHIO VS. RUTGERS - FOOTBALL GAME NOTES

FIRST AND 10
-Ohio (3-0) travels to Rutgers (1-1) for its second road contest of the year. Kickoff is set for 2 p.m. on Saturday inside High Point Solutions Stadium.
-The Bobcats are off to their best start since 1976.
-Ohio is receiving votes in the USA Today Coaches Poll.
-The Bobcats are the only undefeated team remaining in the Mid-American Conference.
WHAT TO WATCH FOR
-The Bobcats will be in search of their first 2-0 start on the road since 1976.
-A win over Rutgers would move Ohio to 4-0 on the year. The last time Ohio began a season 4-0 was in 1976.
-A win over Rutgers would be the first over the Scarlet Knights in school history.
-Redshirt senior LaVon Brazill needs just one reception to move into fourth-place all-time in career receptions. He is currently tied for fourth all-time.
-Redshirst junior place kicker Matt Weller is one field goal shy of becoming the school’s all-time leader in career field goals made.
 
RUTGERS SERIES HISTORY
Ohio and Rutgers will meet for the third time on Saturday. The first time the two teams met was in 1937. The last meeting was in 2006 in New Brunswick, N.J. In that contest, Rutgers defeated Ohio 24-7. The Scarlet Knights finished the 2006 campaign 10-2.
 

Midview clips Ridgeville to remain undefeated in West Shore Conference play; Lindsay Schoen contributes 14 kills, 20 digs

Midview’s volleyball team won its sixth West Shore Conference match of the season with a 3-1 win over North Ridgeville Tuesday night, making the Middies 6-0 in league play.

Lindsay Schoen led the Middies with 14 kills and 20 digs. Setter Heather Snyder had 30 assists for the Rangers.

Tuesday, September 20

Lost:  North Ridgeville
Scores: 20-25, 24-26, 25-23, 17-25
Top Hitters: Briana Lehman, Jesscia Lentz, Kaitie Borges- 9 kills each
Top Blocker: Briana Lehman- 4 blocks
Top Setter: Heather Snyder- 30 assists
Top Passer: Jessica Lentz- 10 digs
 
Overall Record: 6-8
WSC: 1-5
 
Winner:  Midview
Scores: 25-20, 26-24, 23-25, 25-17
Top Hitter: Lindsay Schoen- 14 kills
Top Setter: Meghan Higley- 42 assists
Top Passer: Lindsay Schoen- 20 digs
Top Server: Tori Barker- 3 aces
 
Overall Record: 7-1
WSC: 6-0

In an all-Cleveland-college battle, Walsh Jesuit alumna Kendra Simmons' Double-Overtime Header Lifts Spartans to 2-1 Victory versus Baldwin-Wallace

BEREA, Ohio – Junior midfielder Kendra Simmons (Medina, Ohio/Walsh Jesuit) sent a header into the back of the Baldwin-Wallace College net with 2:58 showing on the clock in the second overtime period propelling the Case Western Reserve University women’s soccer team to a 2-1 non-conference victory on Tuesday night in Tressel Field at The George Finnie Stadium.
Simmons

With the thrilling win, the Spartans, ranked fourth in the latest National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Great Lakes regional poll, improve to 5-1-1 on the season. With the loss, Baldwin-Wallace dips to 4-3.


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Simmons headed the game-winning goal, her third decisive goal of the fall, off a corner kick from junior midfielder Deena Levey (Columbus, Ohio/Bexley). Simmons also utilized her head scoring the game-winning score back on September 9 in a 1-0 double-overtime victory at Case Field against Grove City College (Pa.).

The visitors got on the board in the 10th minute when junior forward Devyn Lee (Pennsylvania Furnace, Pa./State College) took an initial shot  that was blocked by a Yellow Jacket defender, but she tapped the rebound into the back of the Baldwin-Wallace net for her second goal in as many matches. The score remained 1-0 headed into halftime with the Spartans possessing a narrow 4-3 advantage in shots.

In the second stanza, Baldwin-Wallace got on the board and knotted the score at 1-1 in the 61st minute with a goal by Rachel Gokey on an assist by Brigitte Petrash. Case then looked to go ahead when senior midfielder Alexandra Litofsky (Columbia, Mo./Rock Bridge) laced a shot that hit the crossbar and bounced back onto the pitch in the 75th minute.

Case again held a slight advantage in shots after 90 minutes, 9-8. Both defenses clamped down as neither team was able to muster a shot during the first 10-minute overtime session.

In goal, senior captain Anna Kennedy (Evanston, Ill./Evanston Township) continues her dominance this fall. She recorded six saves and improved to 5-1-1 between the pipes. The Yellow Jacket's Gabrielle Bodo made four stops in the loss.

Cleveland State women's soccer takes on Notre Dame, Green Bay this week

Cleveland State is back in action for two matches this week, concluding a three match homestand with a match against Notre Dame (OH) on Thursday (Sept. 22) at 7:00 p.m. CSU then returns to Horizon League action on Sunday (Sept. 25) when the Vikings travel to Green Bay for a 12:00 p.m. CST (1:00 p.m. in Cleveland) contest. The Vikings enter the week at 6-3 overall and 0-1 in league play after splitting two home contests last weekend, including a 3-2 win over IUPUI on Senior Day on Sunday (Sept. 18).

REVIEWING LAST WEEK: The Vikings were in action two times last week, splitting two matches at home. Here are brief recaps of the matches:

Match #8: #17 Milwaukee 4, CSU 0 (Sept. 16, Cleveland, Ohio)
Milwaukee scored three first half goals en route to a 4-0 win over Cleveland State in the Horizon League opener for both teams. The Panthers outshot CSU, 18-4, for the match. Becky Williams made four saves for CSU.

Match #9: CSU 3, IUPUI 2 (Sept. 18, Cleveland, Ohio) 
Cleveland State rallied from a 2-1 halftime deficit with two second half goals to claim a 3-2 win over IUPUI on Senior Day. Sarah Zawie scored the first goal of the contest, but two Jaguar tallies gave them a 2-1 lead at the half. Nancy Newcomer tied it at 2-2 with a goal in the 66th minute and Natalie Daniels scored the game-winner six minutes later.

Holy Name alumna Nancy Newcomer

2011 SEASON PREVIEW: Coming off the best season in school history, eighth-year head coach Derrek Falor has high expectations for this year's squad. Falor will blend six returning starters and 13 letterwinners with 12 freshmen and three transfers to form this year's team. Headlining the returners is senior Natalie Daniels (2 g, 6 a, 10 pts) who will once again anchor the midfield. She is joined in the midfield by junior Jaime Avona (2 g, 4 pts) and freshmen Shea Levi and Kelcey Fischer (1 g, 1 a, 3 pts). Seniors Samantha Salamon (1 g, 1 a, 3 pts) and Jessica Bound add experience and depth in the midfield. The defense is once again strong with the return of second team all-league junior Valerie Stahl (2 g, 1 a, 5 pts) and sophomore Frederike Dubeau (2 a), who was an all-newcomer team pick last year. Senior Marina Taylor, junior Carla Ragone and freshmen Sabrina Abram and Sarah Zawie add depth to the defense. Up front, Falor will rely on the duo of sophomore Taylor Vidovic (3 g, 1 a, 7 pts), senior transfer Nancy Newcomer (3 g, 6 pts) and freshman Lynsay Strahorn (2 g, 1 a, 5 pts) to provide an offensive burst. Senior Becky Williams (1.30 GAA, 29 svs), a transfer from Ohio Dominican, has stepped in as the starting goalkeeper after the Vikings lost freshman Sarah Wood to a season-ending knee injury.

GOALS, GOALS, AND MORE GOALS: The Vikings have been scoring goals at a record pace this year with 17 tallies through the first nine matches of the season. It is the most goals by a CSU squad through nine matches to open a season. The school record for goals in a season is 24, which was set last year.

Daniels

DANIELS DISHING IT OUT: Natalie Daniels is ranked second in the Horizon League with six assists this year, but is also chasing a CSU single season record. Lisa Conway currently holds the school record with seven assists in 2006. Daniels also had six assists in 2008.

... AND LIKES RECORDS: Natalie Daniels keeps adding to her Cleveland State career records. She is the all-time leader in school history in goals (18), assists (19), points (55), shots (145) and shots on goal (91).

THREE IN A ROW ON THE ROAD: The Vikings are currently riding a three match road win streak, a first in program history. The streak began with a win at Robert Morris on Aug. 24 and continued with wins at Wyoming and Air Force. Previously, the Vikings had won two straight on the road just one time in school history - at Robert Morris and at Ohio in 2008.

QUITE THE NEWCOMER: Senior Nancy Newcomer, a transfer from Southern Indiana, has proven to be quite the newcomer for the Vikings. She is tied for the team lead with three goals and is third with six points, scoring a goal in three of CSU's last four matches. Newcomer was the Horizon League Player of the Week on Sept. 12 after scoring a goal in CSU's wins at Wyoming and Air Force, helping the Vikings to a pair of wins.

OUT OF CONFERENCE: The Vikings are 6-2 in nonconference games this year, setting a school record for most nonleague wins in a season. With two more nonconference matches left this season, the Vikings will have a chance to shatter the old mark of five nonleague wins in 2008.

WILLIAMS IN GOAL: Senior Becky Williams has been nothing short of brilliant since taking over as the starting goalkeeper on Sept. 2 against Bowling Green. Since that time, Williams has posted a 4-2 mark, making 29 saves for a .784 save percentage and a 1,30 goals against average. She also has two shutouts.

... AND REACHES 10 SAVES: Becky Williams recorded 10 saves in CSU's 2-1 win at Air Force on Sept. 11, tying her for the sixth most saves in a match in school history. Williams is one of just five goalkeepers in school history to record at least 10 saves in a match.

TAYLOR MADE: Sophomore Taylor Vidovic has been making a large impact on CSU's offense this year, leading the team with three goals and ranking second with seven points. She became the sixth player in school history to score two goals in a match when she netted a pair in the Sept. 4 win over Ohio. Vidovic notched her first career assist on the Vikings first goal on Friday (Sept. 9) at Wyoming.

Spartan Volleyball Earns Home Sweep versus Wooster

CLEVELAND (U DISTRICT) – The Case Western Reserve University volleyball team improved to 10-4 overall with a sweep of The College of Wooster on Tuesday evening at Horsburgh Gymnasium. The Spartans were victorious by scores of 25-19, 25-20 and 25-21.

The Spartans have the next week off from competition and will return to action at home versus cross-town rival Baldwin-Wallace College on Tuesday, September 27. Wooster has its four-match win streak snapped and drops to 9-2 overall.

Senior middle hitter Tricia McCutchan (Hamilton, Ohio/Stephen T. Badin) led the attack with 16 kills and a .433 hitting percentage. Junior outside hitter Allie Palmer(Avon Lake, Ohio/Avon Lake) and senior outside hitter Rachael Suchy (Venetia, Pa./Peters Township) posted eight kills apiece. Junior setter Breana Freeman (Geneva, Ohio/Geneva) paced the offense with 34 assists.

Defensively, junior specialist Olivia Stanton-Ameisen (Bryn Mawr, Pa./The Baldwin School) and Freeman led the way with 10 digs each. McCutchan contributed nine to the Spartan effort.

Marlington alumna Mary Snode named OAC 


Golfer of Week


AUSTINTOWN, Ohio—Mount Union senior Mary Snode (Alliance/Marlington) was named the Ohio Athletic Conference Women's Golfer of the Week after winning the Wooster Fall Invitational over the weekend.


Snode claimed medalist honors with an 81 and led the Purple Raiders to the team title at the Wooster Fall Invitational Saturday at the Wooster Country Club in Wooster, Ohio. The field included 33 golfers and five teams.


This was Mount Union's first match of the season after the John Carroll Invitational was cancelled the previous weekend. 


It will take the weekend off from competition before travelling to the Capital Inviational inLockbourne, Ohio on Oct. 2.




Mount Union blanked in men's soccer


GROVE CITY, Pa.—Shutout for the first time all season, the Mount Union men's soccer team dropped a 1-0 decision at Grove City (Pa.) in their final non-conference match of the season. The Purple Raiders (5-4-0) will enter conference play on a two-game skid.



An uneventful first half ended with the Purple Raiders and Grove City (4-3-0) in a scoreless tie. Both teams were only able to get one shot on goal in the half.


As in their previous match, the Purple Raider defense lapsed shortly after halftime. In the 47th minute, Grove City's Richie Kocur entered a cross into the box and teammate Mike Shupp was able to head it into the net to put the Wolverines ahead.


Jon Critell (Youngstown/Cardinal Mooney) had three saves in goal for Mount Union
.

Mount Union cross country makes top 10 in the 


regional rankings


Mount Union's men's cross country team is ranked seventh in this week's United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Great Lakes Regional Rankings.


The Purple Raiders vaulted into the rankings after posting a second place finish at the Ric Sayre Walsh Invitational two weeks ago and a fourth place finish in a strong field at the Calvin Invitational last weekend in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Lakewood High alum Tim Kelly


Mount Union is led by a pair of seniors in Tim Kelly (Lakewood/Lakewood) and Erik Reed (East Liverpool/East Liverpool).


OHSAA Releases Weekly Football Computer Ratings

 

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio High School Athletic Association released its first weekly football computer ratings Tuesday, Sept. 20. The weekly computer ratings are released every Tuesday afternoon beginning after the fourth week of the season, leading up to the final report released on Sunday, Oct. 30. The top eight teams in each region qualify for the regional quarterfinals.

 

Ratings are listed by division and region with record and average points. Log on to the football page at OHSAA.org for an explanation of how the ratings are calculated.

 

Listed below are the top 12 teams in each region. The complete report showing all teams in every region is posted in PDF and text formats at OHSAA.org.

http://www.ohsaa.org/sports/ft/boys/Rankings.pdf

 

Division I

Region 1 - 1. Cleveland Heights (4-0) 9.6894, 2. St. Edward (4-0) 8.8112, 3. Mentor (4-0) 8.4, 4. Eastlake North (4-0) 8.175, 5. Solon (4-0) 7.325, 6. St. Ignatius (3-1) 6.675, 7. Cle. John F. Kennedy (4-0) 6.2841, 8. Austintown-Fitch (3-1) 5.7229, 9. Parma (2-2) 4.8, 10. Brecksville-Broadview Hts. (2-2) 4.475, 11. Willoughby South (2-2) 4.425, 12. Lakewood (2-2) 3.6

 

Region 2 - 1. Canton GlenOak (4-0) 9.775, 2. Wadsworth (4-0) 9.425, 3. Brunswick (4-0) 9.25, 4. Massillon Jackson (3-1) 8.825, 5. Tol. St. John's (4-0) 8.6338, 6. Whitehouse Anthony Wayne (4-0) 8.475, 7. Findlay (4-0) 8.05, 8. North Ridgeville (3-1) 7.675, 9. Elyria (4-0) 7.625, 10. Stow-Munroe Falls (3-1) 7.275, 11. Tol. Whitmer (4-0) 6.8078, 12. Canton McKinley (3-1) 6.575

 

Region 3 - 1. Dublin Coffman (4-0) 8.8, 2. Pickerington North (4-0) 8.3, 3. Westerville Central (3-1) 8.1, 4. Hilliard Davidson (3-0) 7.4444, 5. Upper Arlington (3-1) 7.35, 6. Hilliard Darby (4-0) 6.95, 7. Hilliard Bradley (3-1) 6.325, 8. Troy (3-1) 6.225, 9. Westerville South (2-2) 5.9, 10. Marysville (3-1) 5.825, 11. Reynoldsburg (3-1) 5.575, 12. Gahanna Lincoln (3-1) 5.4

 

Region 4 - 1. Cin. LaSalle (4-0) 11.4, 2. Middletown (4-0) 9.825, 3. Cin. Archbishop Moeller (4-0) 9.5859, 4. Cin. Princeton (4-0) 8.575, 5. Cin. Sycamore (4-0) 8.2, 6. Cin. St. Xavier (3-1) 7.4798, 7. Cin. Walnut Hills (4-0) 7.45, 8. Cin. Colerain (3-1) 6.7992, 9. Cin. Glen Este (3-1) 6.625, -. Liberty Twp. Lakota East (3-1) 6.625, 11. Lebanon (3-1) 5.95, 12. Beavercreek (3-1) 5.85

 

Division II

Region 5 - 1. Chesterland West Geauga (4-0) 8.9, 2. Warren Howland (4-0) 8.525, 3. Kent Roosevelt (3-1) 8.225, 4. Copley (3-1) 7.575, 5. Canfield (3-1) 7.225, 6. New Philadelphia (3-1) 6.2462, 7. Madison (3-1) 6.05, 8. Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit (2-1) 5.9444, 9. Akron Ellet (3-1) 5.725, 10. Louisville (2-2) 5.3763, 11. Aurora (3-1) 5.325, 12. Alliance (3-1) 5.175

 

Region 6 - 1. Avon (4-0) 10.575, 2. Tol. Central Cath. (3-1) 8.3, 3. Tiffin Columbian (4-0) 7.075, tie-4. Fremont Ross (3-1) 7.05, tie-4. Maple Hts. (4-0) 7.05, 6. Medina Highland (3-1) 6.475, 7. Perrysburg (3-1) 6.35, 8. Westlake (3-1) 6.25, 9. Maumee (3-1) 6.225, 10. Grafton Midview (3-1) 5.725, 11. Norwalk (4-0) 5.3, 12. Sandusky (3-1) 5.275

 

Region 7 - 1. Cols. Marion-Franklin (4-0) 10.025, 2. New Albany (3-1) 7.85, 3. Cols. Mifflin (4-0) 7.3, 4. New Carlisle Tecumseh (3-1) 6.7, 5. Dresden Tri-Valley (3-1) 6.675, 6. Zanesville (3-1) 6.625, 7. Sunbury Big Walnut (3-1) 6.5, 8. Cols. Beechcroft (3-1) 6.05, 9. Cols. West (4-0) 6, 10. Canal Winchester (3-1) 5.4, 11. Vincent Warren (3-1) 5.15, 12. Wooster (2-2) 4.4

 

Region 8 - 1. Trotwood-Madison (4-0) 10.8, 2. Kings Mills Kings (4-0) 9.825, tie-3. Cin. Mount Healthy (4-0) 8.05, tie -3. Vandalia Butler (4-0) 8.05, 5. Wapakoneta (4-0) 8.0, 6. Franklin (4-0) 7.6, 7. Tipp City Tippecanoe (4-0) 7.35, 8. Hamilton Ross (3-1) 6.375, 9. Wilmington (4-0) 6.0, 10. Cin. Northwest (3-1) 5.675, 11. Day. Belmont (3-1) 4.825, 12. Piqua (2-2) 3.925

 

Division III

Region 9 - 1. Chagrin Falls (4-0) 9.05, 2. Mentor Lake Cath. (4-0) 8.35, 3. Hunting Valley University School (4-0) 8.275, 4. Cle. Benedictine (4-0) 8.175, 5. Akron St. Vincent-St Mary (4-0) 7.801, 6. Pepper Pike Orange (3-1) 6.35, 7. Ravenna (3-1) 6.2, 8. Ravenna Southeast (4-0) 6.1, 9. Chardon Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin (3-1) 5.85, 10. Peninsula Woodridge (3-1) 5.675, 11. Niles McKinley (3-1) 5.575, 12. Oberlin Firelands (4-0) 4.95

 

Region 10 - 1. Elida (3-1) 6.675, 2. Cols. Eastmoor Acad. (3-1) 6.175, 3. Bryan (4-0) 6.05, 4. Port Clinton (3-1) 5.425, 5. Caledonia River Valley (3-1) 5.35, 6. Cols. St. Francis DeSales (2-2) 5.175, 7. Bexley (3-1) 5.15, 8. Cols. Bishop Watterson (2-2) 4.9722, 9. Clyde (2-2) 4.675, 10. Cols. Independence (2-2) 4.65, 11. Wauseon (3-1) 4.3, 12. Delaware Buckeye Valley (2-2) 3.525

 

Region 11 - 1. Steubenville (4-0) 7.8711, 2. Uhrichsville Claymont (4-0) 7.55, 3. Cambridge (4-0) 7.475, 4. Dover (3-1) 6.6, 5. Rayland Buckeye Local (4-0) 6.3, 6. Minerva (4-0) 6.225, 7. Thornville Sheridan (4-0) 6.175, 8. Millersburg West Holmes (3-1) 5.85, 9. Youngstown Cardinal Mooney (2-2) 5.8, tie-10. Salem (3-1) 5.55, tie-10. Canal Fulton Northwest (3-1) 5.55, 12. Granville (3-1) 5.325

 

Region 12 - 1. Plain City Jonathan Alder (4-0) 9.025, 2. Circleville Logan Elm (4-0) 8.575, 3. The Plains Athens (4-0) 8.5354, 4. Kettering Archbishop Alter (4-0) 7.8, 5. Springfield Shawnee (4-0) 7.525, 6. Springfield Kenton Ridge (4-0) 7.2, 7. Jackson (4-0) 6.675, 8. Cin. Taft (2-1) 6.5556, 9. Cin. Indian Hill (3-1) 6.5332, 10. Day. Thurgood Marshall (3-1) 6.35, 11. Day. Dunbar (3-1) 6.225, 12. Gallipolis Gallia Acad. (3-1) 6.125

 

Division IV

Region 13 - 1. Girard (4-0) 7.625, 2. Creston Norwayne (4-0) 7.0, 3. Brookfield (4-0) 6.8763, 4. Canton Central Cath. (3-1) 6.55, 5. Orrville (3-1) 6.3, 6. Sullivan Black River (4-0) 6.075, 7. Leavittsburg LaBrae (3-1) 5.5, 8. Cle. Central Cath. (3-1) 4.7626, 9. Perry (2-2) 4.425, 10. Akron Manchester (2-2) 4.175, 11. Andover Pymatuning Valley (3-1) 4.0, 12. Beachwood (3-1) 3.975

 

Region 14 - 1. Genoa Area (4-0) 7.875, 2. Pemberville Eastwood (4-0) 7.65, 3. Kenton (4-0) 7.575, 4. Cols. Bishop Hartley (4-0) 7.275, 5. Ottawa-Glandorf (4-0) 6.85, tie-6. Huron (3-1) 5.125, tie-6. Ontario (4-0) 5.125, 8. Oak Harbor (2-2) 4.425, 9. Bellville Clear Fork (2-2) 4.25, 10. Tontogany Otsego (3-1) 4.0796, 11. Galion (3-1) 4.075, 12. Richwood North Union (3-1) 3.925

 

Region 15 - 1. Johnstown-Monroe (4-0) 8.025, 2. St. Clairsville (4-0) 7.4, 3. Coshocton (4-0) 6.9, 4. Ironton (3-1) 5.7, 5. Amanda-Clearcreek (3-1) 5.475, 6. Martins Ferry (3-1) 5.35, 7. Chesapeake (3-1) 5.2967, 8. Pomeroy Meigs (3-1) 5.1427, 9. McDermott Northwest (3-1) 5.125, 10. Gnadenhutten Indian Valley (2-2) 4.35, 11. Chillicothe Zane Trace (2-2) 3.15, 12. Minford (2-2) 3.05

 

Region 16 - 1. Waynesville (4-0) 8.325, 2. Cin. Madeira (4-0) 7.325, 3. Middletown Bishop Fenwick (4-0) 5.9091, 4. West Milton Milton-Union (3-1) 5.275, 5. Brookville (3-1) 5.075, 6. Hamilton Badin (3-1) 5.0606, 7. Blanchester (3-1) 4.175, 8. Middletown Madison (3-1) 4.15, 9. Day. Chaminade-Julienne (2-2) 3.9912, 10. St. Bernard Roger Bacon (2-2) 3.875, 11. Clarksville Clinton-Massie (2-2) 3.725, 12. Lees Creek East Clinton (2-2) 3.45

 

Division V

Region 17 - 1. Kirtland (4-0) 8.05, 2. Columbiana (4-0) 6.15, 3. New Middletown Springfield (4-0) 5.875, 4. Barnesville (4-0) 5.7626, 5. Salineville Southern (4-0) 5.55, 6. Cuyahoga Hts. (4-0) 5.175, 7. Rootstown (4-0) 5.125, 8. Woodsfield Monroe Central (3-1) 4.575, 9. Beverly Fort Frye (3-1) 4.5, 10. Columbiana Crestview (3-1) 4.225, 11. Campbell Memorial (3-1) 4.15, 12. Sugarcreek Garaway (3-1) 4.125

 

Region 18 - 1. Bascom Hopewell-Loudon (4-0) 7.675, 2. Lima Central Cath. (4-0) 6.525, 3. Liberty Center (4-0) 5.875, 4. Bluffton (3-1) 5.775, 5. Findlay Liberty-Benton (4-0) 5.75, 6. Northwood (3-1) 4.65, 7. Archbold (3-1) 4.55, 8. Carey (3-1) 4.4861, 9. Bloomdale Elmwood (3-1) 4.325, 10. Castalia Margaretta (2-2) 4.125, 11. Columbus Grove (3-1) 3.85, 12. Attica Seneca East (3-1) 3.825

 

Region 19 - 1. Bucyrus Wynford (4-0) 7.45, 2. West Lafayette Ridgewood (4-0) 7.35, 3. Grandview Hts. (4-0) 7.1, 4. Nelsonville-York (4-0) 6.3498, 5. Lucasville Valley (4-0) 6.2462, 6. Ashland Crestview (4-0) 5.7, 7. Portsmouth West (4-0) 5.575, 8. Centerburg (3-1) 5.275, 9. Gahanna Cols. Acad. (3-1) 5.225, 10. Mount Gilead (4-0) 4.9, 11. Smithville (3-1) 4.775, 12. Jeromesville Hillsdale (4-0) 4.75

 

Region 20 - 1. Marion Pleasant (4-0) 7.375, 2. Frankfort Adena (4-0) 6.875, 3. West Liberty-Salem (4-0) 6.675, 4. Versailles (4-0) 6.45, 5. Miamisburg Day. Christian (4-0) 6.4, 6. Covington (4-0) 5.175, 7. West Jefferson (3-1) 5.0, 8. Coldwater (3-1) 4.775, 9. Casstown Miami East (3-1) 4.175, 10. Cin. Summit Country Day (3-1) 4.0871, 11. Cin. Mariemont (3-1) 3.725, 12. Chillicothe Southeastern (3-1) 3.375

 

Division VI

Region 21 - 1. Berlin Center Western Reserve (4-0) 6.05, 2. Thompson Ledgemont (4-0) 5.45, 3. Malvern (4-0) 5.35, 4. Cle. Villa Angela-St. Joseph (3-1) 4.575, 5. Youngstown Christian (3-1) 4.525, 6. Warren John F. Kennedy (2-2) 4.325, 7. Fairport Harbor Fairport Harding (3-1) 3.625, 8. Shadyside (2-2) 3.375, 9. Strasburg-Franklin (2-2) 3.15, 10. Sebring McKinley (2-2) 2.9116, 11. Leetonia (2-2) 2.575, 12. North Jackson Jackson-Milton (2-2) 2.5

 

Region 22 - 1. Tiffin Calvert (4-0) 6.6, 2. Arcadia (4-0) 5.775, 3. Sandusky St. Mary Central Cath. (3-1) 4.65, 4. Convoy Crestview (2-2) 4.3, 5. Edgerton (3-1) 4.025, 6. Tol. Ottawa Hills (3-1) 3.85, 7. Leipsic (3-1) 3.8, 8. Lakeside Danbury (3-1) 3.4821, 9. Norwalk St. Paul (2-2) 3.35, 10. Delphos St. John's (2-2) 3.325, 11. North Baltimore (2-2) 3.15, 12. West Unity Hilltop (3-1) 2.975

 

Region 23 - 1. Beallsville (3-1) 4.725, 2. Portsmouth Sciotoville (3-1) 4.6714, 3. Lancaster Fairfield Christian Acad. (4-0) 4.55, 4. Crown City South Gallia (3-1) 4.2917, 5. Canal Winchester Harvest Prep. (3-1) 4.175, 6. Danville (3-1) 4.15, 7. New Washington Buckeye Central (3-1) 3.9, 8. Willow Wood Symmes Valley (3-1) 3.675, 9. Waterford (3-1) 3.45, 10. Crestline (3-1) 3.3, 11. Portsmouth Notre Dame (3-1) 3.1, 12. North Robinson Colonel Crawford (2-2) 2.975

 

Region 24 - 1. Cin. Country Day (4-0) 6.5227, 2. Lockland (4-0) 6.225, 3. Springfield Cath. Central (3-1) 4.4, 4. Ada (3-1) 4.1, 5. Lewisburg Tri-County North (3-1) 3.95, 6. S. Charleston Southeastern Local (3-1) 3.875, 7. Fort Loramie (3-1) 3.675, 8. Ansonia (3-1) 3.625, 9. Fort Recovery (3-1) 3.375, 10. Maria Stein Marion Local (3-1) 3.3393, 11. Minster (2-2) 3.15, 12. Waynesfield Waynesfield-Goshen (2-2) 2.275


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