New Richmond, Milford, and Batavia girls win league soccer championships

December 4th, 2009    Author: Richard Crawford    Filed Under: Sports

Milford and New Richmond’s girls completed their regularly-scheduled girls soccer seasons extremely strong. Clermont Northeastern, Goshen, and Batavia also played above .500 ball the final pre-tournament contests.


The E-Gals downed Glen Este 4-1 in a Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division duel. Bryant scored twice and Fallon and Wolcott once for the victors and J. J. Pullens scored for the vanquished.

Winton Woods was no worry in the E-Gals’ 10-0 triumph. Bunnell recorded the shut out making one save in this Fort Ancient Buckeye game.

In a non-division game of the Fort Ancient Valley, the Red and White climbed all over Walnut Hills 5-0 led by Bryant's three goals, and one each from Yee and Eppers. Woodall and Bunnell both made two saves in the goal.

Anderson was no match for the Clermont Countians 4-0 in a Fort Ancient Buckeye fray. Bryant, Calderhead, Arbutina, and Steam scored for the triumphed and Bunnell made four saves in the goal.

The other Forest Hills school, Turpin, also felt the Clermont countians wrath 3-1 with Wolcott netting all three goals for Milford. The Spartans were a non-division game of the Fort Ancient Valley.

The Red and White also discolored Loveland 4-0 in the Cardinal Division. Bryant score twice and Adams and Bartsch once. Bunnell made five saves.

New Richmond

The Lions shut out Williamsburg 4-0 in a non-division game of the Southern Buckeye Conference. Two goals apiece were made by Glenn and Grooms. Martin was the NR goalkeeper.

Felicity fell before the Red and Black 8-0. Martin earned the shut out in goal and Glenn scored four times and Schickling and Fondelier twice each.

New Richmond doubled up on Blanchester's Wildcats 2-1. Glenn netted both points in the Southern Buckeye non-division game.

Bethel-Tate lost, too, 2-1 in the American Division of the Southern Buckeye. Leen and Glenn scored for NR and Woodward did likewise for BT.

The Red and Black set back Clermont Northeastern 2-0. Schilling and Grooms accounted for the Lions' points and Martin preserved the shut out in goal.

Bethel-Tate fell again, this time 4-1. Schickling, Glenn, Hensley, and S. Glenn. made the goals for the Red and Black and Rose did the same for the Red and Gray.

Western Brown was whitewashed 3-0 as goalkeeper Martin received offensive support from the three points made by Glenn.

Goshen managed to draw even 2-2. Glenn and Hensley made the goals for New Richmond and Morris and Budde did the same for the Red and Gray.


The Warriors skimmed by Western Brown 3-2 in the Southern Buckeye American. Dorrity, Hess, and Budde made the goals for the victors.

Goshen eked out a 1-0 verdict over Batavia in a non-division game of the Southern Buckeye. Steele scored the lone goal of the battle and Burnett and Smith combined to preserve the blanking in the goal.

Goshen also skimmed by Western Brown 1-0 in the Southern Buckeye American. Steele again made the fray's lone goal. Smith made five saves and Bennett two to record the whitewashing.

Goshen and Bethel-Tate tied 2-2 in the dual between the Red and Grays. Stelle and Morris made the Goshen goals and Rose and Calhoun tallied for the Tigers.

Clermont Northeastern

The Rockets beat Bethel-Tate 2-0 in the Southern Buckeye American. Hanley and Werring's goals were all that was needed with Gilkerson getting a shut out for CNE.

Northeastern climbed all over Seven Hills' Stingers 3-1 behind the scoring of Werring, Sumner, and Hanley. This was a non-league game.

The Blue and White gored Goshen 3-1 in the Southern Buckeye Conference American. Sumner, Berning, and Beuke netted the points for CNE.


The Bulldogs won the battle between the county seats as Georgetown fell 6-0 in the Southern Buckeye National. Harris accounted for four of the Clermont countians' goals and M Turner and Fink each added one. Luginbuhl preserved the shut out. in goal.

Blanchester was another victim in the Southern Buckeye National 4-0. Harris netted all of the Green and White's points. Luginbuhl made 13 saves this time.

The battle between arch-rivals went to Batavia 4-0 as Harris, Eddelmon, Fisler and Luginbuhl all scored against Williamsburg in this Southern Buckeye American duel. On defense, Luginbuhl stopped four Wildcat shots.

The Bulldogs and Western Brown broke even 3-3 in a non division clash in the Southern Buckeye. Harris scored twice and Fisler once for the Clermont countians.

Finneytown caged the 'Dogs 5-4 in a non-league showdown. Richard scored twice and Harris and Dold once for the Green and White.

Summit Country Day sunk Batavia 4-0 as the Bulldogs made four shots at the Silver Knights' goal.


The Barons sickened Mt. Healthy 9-0 in a non-division game of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference. Scoring for AHS was Spencer three times and once each by Simon, Mentzel, Bresser, Gormley, Schultz, and Tabner. Lang was the stingy goalie for the Blue and White.

Wilmington's Hurricanes managed to tie Amelia 1-1 in the Fort Ancient Valley Buckeye Division.

Ross edged Amelia 3-2 in a non-division fray of the Fort Ancient Valley. Schultz and Wolfer netted the points for the Barons.

Walnut Hills whitewashed the Blue and White 2-0 in the Fort Ancient Valley Cardinal. Amelia made three shots at the Eagles' goal.

Turpin blanked the Barons 3-0 in a Fort Ancient Cardinal confrontation.

Amelia's scoring drought continued in a 4-0 loss to Loveland in a Fort Ancient Valley non-division duel.

Glen Este

The Trojans whipped Winton Woods' Warriors in the Fort Ancient Valley Buckeye 5-0. Velten and J. J. Pullens both made two points for GE and Spruell made the other. Maloney stopped one enemy shot in front of her goal.

Northwest managed to tie GE 3-3 in the Fort Ancient Valley. Velten made two goals and C Pullens contributed the other for GE.

Kings crowned the Purple and White 4-1. Boston netted the point for GE in this Fort Ancient Valley non-division encounter.

Harrison, too, took GE in the Fort Ancient Valley Buckeye 2-1. Howell made Glen Este's goal.

Anderson won out 2-0 in the Fort Ancient Valley Buckeye. The Trojans made five shots at the Redskins' goal.


The Tigers dropped a 6-2 decision to Western Brown in the Southern Buckeye American. Morehead and Minarchek scored for the Red and Gray.


The Wildcats were skimmed by Western Brown 1-0 in a non-division game of the Southern Buckeye. The Blue and White made seven shots at the Broncos' goal.
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