Milford, Clermont Northeastern, Batavia win conference girls soccer crowns

November 2nd, 2008    Author: Richard Crawford    Filed Under: Sports

Milford, Clermont Northeastern, and Batavia were champions of their division of their respective conferences in varsity girls soccer.

Conference standings (final)

Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division

Milford 5-0, Anderson 4-1, Loveland 3-2, Glen Este 2-3, Harrison 1-4, and Winton Woods 0-5.

Bethel-Tate
Southern Buckeye Conference American Division

Clermont Northeastern 10-2-1, Goshen 7-3-3, Bethel-Tate 6-7, New Richmond 6-7, and Western Brown 2-10-1.

Southern Buckeye Conference National Division

Batavia 10-1-2, Blanchester 9-2-2, Felicity 6-4-3, Georgetown 1-8-4, and Williamsburg 0-12-1.

Milford

The E-Gals whomped all over Winton Woods' Warriors 10-1 in a Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division game. Scoring for the Red and White were Adrienne Spuzzillo thrice, Morgan Wolcott twice, and C. G. Bryant, Jessica Pykosz, Hannah Stann, Trisha Mudd, and Kylie Gullage once.

Milford levelled Walnut Hills' Eagles 6-1 in non-division Fort Ancient Valley Conference play. Wolcott netted three goals and Bryant, Emily Paquette, and Tori Calderhead one each.

The next victim was Anderson's Redskins 2-0. Krista Adams scored for the Clermont countians in this Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division contest. Gullage stopped all seven shots at the Milford goal.

Milford edged Turpin's Spartans 1-0 in Fort Ancient Valley Conference non-division action. Wolcott accounted for the E-Gals' goal and Gullage blocked all five shots at the goal.

The E-Gals levelled another hill, this time the Indian's hill 3-0. Wolcott scored twice and Spuzzillo once. Gullage stopped the only two shots the Braves made.

Loveland was skimmed 1-0. Calderhead accounted for the showdown's only goal and Gullage halted all six of the Tigers' attempts to score.

Clermont Northeastern

The Rockets nullified New Richmond 6-0 in the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division. Sam Lovell scored thrice, Lindsey Huxel twice, and Lauren Rains once. Ashley Gilkerson recorded the shut out in the goal.

The Blue and Gold won the battle between the leaders of the divisions of the Southern Buckeye conference by blanking Batavia 4-0. Lovell, Rains, Alysssa Loch, and Jordan Hanley scored for CNE. Gilkerson stopped all nine of the Bulldogs' shots at her goal.

In the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division, Northeastern nipped Goshen 1-0. Lovell tallied the point for CNE and Gilkerson stopped all 10 of the Warriors' kicks at her goal.

"It was a great season. They played like a team," said Misty Goetz, head coach of the Rockets who was very pleased the team accepted her so quickly as their coach after getting such a late start because of a coaching change.

She noted the mainstays leading the team to the conference championship were senior left defender Kristina Tolliver, senior right defender Ashley Redrow, junior center Kelsey Stanton, Huxel, a senior at stopper, and Gilkerson, the junior goalkeepeer.

"Our substitutes were a strength for us. I expect us to have a good season next year, too," Goetz concluded.

Batavia

The Bulldogs corralled Western Brown 11-4 in a non-division game of the Southern Buckeye Conference. Scoring for the Green and White were Sarah Smith and Kristin Robbe thrice, Holly Harris twice, and Abbie Humbert, Sarah Bourque, and Alyssa Morrow once.

Felicity was also overpowered 11-1 in the Southern Buckeye Conference National Division. Smith made four goals, Harris three, Robbe two, and Humbert and Becca Fink one. Shayla Baker made the goal for the Cardianls.

The Green and White's scoring barrage continued as they gored Georgetown's G-Women in the Southern Buckeye Conference National Division 10-2. Smith made five goals, Harris two, and Robbe, Morrow, and Jill Crouch one.

Blanchester's Wildcats managed to tie the Bulldogs 3-3 in the National Division of the Southern Buckeye Conference. Smith accounted for two points and Harris the other.

Arch-rival Williamsburg was whitewashed 8-0 in the National Division of the Southern Buckeye Conference. Robbe, Smith, and Harris equally split six goals and Crouch and Humbert made the others. Brittney Luginbuhl stopped all three of the Wildcats' shots at the goal.

Summit Country Day did in Batavia 4-2 in a non-conference clash. Harris scored both of the Bulldogs' goals.

Glen Este

The Trojans poured it on in the closing weeks of the regular season.

Taylor was taken by the Trojans 4-0. Tori Velten, J. J. Pullens, Dana Hutchinson, and Amanda Spruiell registered the GE goals. Goalkeeper Sam Rupert's five saves preserved the shut out.

Harrison was halted 3-0 in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division. Velten tallied one of the points for the Purple and White. Rupert stopped all four of the Wildcats' shots at the GE goal.

Northwest was yet another shutout victim 7-0 in this Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division contest. Hutchinson and Lauren Boston netted two points apiece for the winners and Spruiell and Karina Atkinson added one each. Rupert had to stop only one Knight scoring attempt.

Someone finally scored on the Purple and White and that was Winton Woods' Warriors who were still walloped 7-1 in the Buckeye Division of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference.

The Trojan Women quickly returned to the old ways and blanked Harrison 5-0. Velten, Atkinson, Pullens, Hutchinson, and Spruiell each hit the Wildcats' net for a point. Rupert stopped both threats to the Purple and White's goal.

Amelia

The Barons whitewashed Walnut Hills in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Cardinal Division 3-0. Sarah Vinson accounted for all three of the Blue and White's points. Chelsea Lang successfully blocked all five of the Eagles' efforts to score.

Mount Healthy, too, was shut out 8-0. Vinson scored twice and Kara Henning, Britany Klaas, Erin Hancock, Kymmy Simon, Natalie Wolfer, and Christy Claus scored once. Lang recorded the shut out of the Owls by her guarding of the goal.

Amelia eked out a 4-3 victory over Ross' Rams in a non-division Fort Ancient Valley Conference game. Scoring for the Clermont countians were Vinson twice, and Klaas and Megan Spencer once.

Turpin topped Amelia 2-0 in the Buckeye Division of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference. The Barons took two shots at the Spartans' goal.

Seton's Saints eked out a 1-0 verdict over Amelia in a non-conference confrontation.

Bethel-Tate

The Tigers whizzed by Western Brown 2-1 in the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division. Autumn Schellenberger netted both of the Red and Gray's points.

New Richmond was nosed out by the Fighting Tigers 3-0 behind the goalkeeping of Blake Woodward and Melissa Willenbrink. Schellenberger scored two goals and Brooke Kenneda one.

New Richmond

The Lions handed Western Brown a 1-0 Southern Buckeye Conference American Division set back. Megan Troxell made the game's only goal. Teammate Sarah Theiss made nine saves in the NR goal.

Goshen

The Warriors upended Bethel-Tate 4-1 in the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division. Jordan Buchanan made two goals and Kelsi Steele and Courtney Taylor one apiece for the victors and Tess Jenike netted the lone goal for the vanquished.

Western Brown also felt the Warriors' wrath losing to the Red and Gray 4-2. Buchanan scored two goals and Brooke Whitley and Meredith Budde one each for the conquerors.

Norwood nullified Goshen 5-0. The Red and Gray made five kicks at the Indians' goal in this non-conference tilt.
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