Milford, Amelia, and Northeastern are the respective league leaders in girls soccer play

October 11th, 2010    Author: Richard Crawford    Filed Under: Sports

Milford, Amelia, and Clermont Northeastern are at or near the forefront of their girls varsity soccer races in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division and the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division, respectively.


The E-Gals won a Fort Ancient Valley Conference clash over Walnut Hills’ Eagles 5-0. Junior forward Kelly Yee scored three goals for the winners and Ashli Bowling and Kiersten Johnson each added another. Senior goalkeeper Kylie Gullage made five saves to record the shut out.

Wilmington’s Hurricanes were slowed down by the E-Gals 4-1. Yee netted two points and Morgan Wolcott and Carly Fallon one each for the victors.

Lakota West's Firebirds were brought down 2-1 behind the scoring of Yee and Carly Fallon. This was a non-league game.

A shutout was registered over Turpin 1-0 in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference. Lindsay scored the game's only goal. Gullage made seven saves to blank the Spartans.

Milford tied Lebanon's Warriors 1-1 in non-league play. Bartsch accounted for the E-Gals' goal.

The Ursuline Lions held the Red and White scoreless in a 1-0 non-conference loss. The E-Gals made six shots at the foes' goal.

Clermont Northeastern

The Rockets skimmed by Bethel-Tate 1-0 in the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division. Kylie Sumner netted the game's lone goal. Senior goalie Alexis Schmidt stopped 15 Tiger shots to preserve the shut out.

New Richmond was the next Southern Buckeye American opponent to lose to CNE, 2-0. Brittany Neumeier and Emma Wright scored for The Blue and Gold. Schmidt made 10 saves this time.

Georgetown lost in the Southern Buckeye Conference 4-0. Netting the goals for CNE were Sumner, Maggie Sullivan, Amber Reed, and Emma Wright. Schmidt blocked all eight G-Women shots.

Schmidt registered another whitewashing, this one against Williamsburg 3-0 in a non-division game of the Southern Buckeye. She made eight stops with Sumner scoring twice and Sullivan once.

Northeastern was tied by Amelia 1-1 in the American Division. Mandy Gelis scored for the Blue and Gold and Lindsey Berning for the Blue and White in this American Division game of the Southern Buckeye.


The Tigers tamed New Richmond 2-1 in the Southern Buckeye American. Brittany Fischer and Calhoun scored for the conquerors and Sarah Glenn for the conquered.

The Red and Gray eked by Williamsburg 1-0 in a non-division battle of the Southern Buckeye. Brooke Kenneda netted the only goal in the game and goalkeeper Kayla Weber recorded the shut out.

In a 1-1 break even Southern Buckeye American bout with Western Brown, Andi Lanigan scored for Bethel-Tate.

In a duel between the Red and Grays of Clermont County, it was 1-each. Lanigan made the goal for Bethel-Tate and Tiffany Dority for Goshen in this American Division game of the Southern Buckeye Conference.


The Barons footed Western Brown a 3-1 win behind the scoring of Kymmy Simon, Hannah Lehn, and Tackett. This was a Southern Buckeye American game.

Goshen was booted around in a 6-0 Southern Buckeye American tilt. Netting the points for the Blue and White were Simon, Erin Hancock, Andrea Bresser, Madison Terry, Danielle Lang, and Maddy Gleis. Alanna Whited was the Barons' stingy goalkeeper.

Amelia eked out a 1-0 verdict over New Richmond in the American Division of the Southern Buckeye. Lehn kicked in the game's only goal. Whited blocked all seven of the Lions' kicks at her.

Talawanda took down the Blue and White 2-1 in a non-league fray. Katie Brown made the goal for the Clermont countians.

In another non-league loss, Mercy's Bobcats emerged victorious 4-1. Allison McDaniel accounted for the Amelia goal.

Glen Este

The Trojans blew away Wilmington's Hurricanes 10-1 in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference. senior striker Karina Atkinson, freshman midfielder Miranda Melton, and freshman defender Madi Velten each netted two goals for GE and Corti Pullens, J. J. Pullens, Emily Cummings, and Hannah Dufresne each added a goal.

In a lopsided contest, the Purple and White pulverized Withrow's Tigers 10-0.

Little Miami managed to tie the Trojans 4-4 in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference. Atkinson kicked in another three goals and Sarah Rowe provided the other point for the Purple People.

Oak Hills levelled Glen Este 6-0. The Purple and White made seven shots at the Highlanders' goal. This was a non-league game.

Fairfield's Indians doubled up on GE 4-2 with Corti Pullens and Atkinson netting the points for the Trojans.

Loveland won a Buckeye Division game of the Fort Ancient Valley 3-0.

Walnut Hills won a Fort Ancient Valley Conference contest over Glen Este 3-2. Pullens and Atkinson scored the goals for GE.


The Warriors held Felicity scoreless 2-0 in a non-division contest of the Southern Buckeye Conference. Making the goals for the northern Clermont countians were Hannah Owens and Allie Jeandrevin. Stephanie Smith, goalkeeper, veered away all four shots made at the Red and Gray's goal.

Western Brown edged the Red and Gray 1-0 with the Warriors making four shots at the Broncos' goal in this Fort Ancient Valley American confrontation.


The Bulldogs beat Western Brown 4-1 in a non-division dual of the Southern Buckeye Conference. Alyssa Morrow netted two goals for the winners and teammates Rebecca Fink and Alyssa Gibson each scored a goal.

The Green and White tied Felicity 3-3. Kylee Richardson made all three goals for the Bulldogs and senior Christine Dreiling scored twice and Brittany Sowers, once, for the Cardinals. This was a Southern Buckeye American Division battle.

In an American Division game of the Southern Buckeye, Georgetown's G-Women skimmed by Batavia 3-2. Mackenzie Fisler scored both goals for the Clermont countians.

Batavia was whitewashed by Indian Hill 8-0 in a non-league game.

New Richmond

The Lions nudged Goshen 2-1 in the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division. Courtney Grogan and Kelsey Hensley scored for the winners and Biana Stockmeier for the losers.

The Red and Black beat Batavia 4-2 in a non-division clash of the Southern Buckeye Conference. Junior Kelsey Hensley scored two times for the winners and Emily Barcheski and Cassie Grooms added the other goals. Fisler and Hannah Eddlemon netted the points for Green and White.

Cincinnati Hills Christian's Eagles flew by the Red and Back 2-0 in non-conference competition.
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