Tuesday, October 26, 1999




        Division I

        Cincinnati I

        (At Oak Hills)

        McAuley 4, Walnut Hills 1

        Goals: M—Nikki Lichtenfeld 2, Lauren Giesting, Amanda Roberts. WH—Abby Jones. Records M 12-4-2, WH 11-5-2.

        (At Sycamore)

        Glen Este 3, Mason 1

        Goals: Maxey, Chalk, Barron. M— Minnich. Records: M 17-3-1 GE (12-3-3).

        Cincinnati II

        (At Mason)

        Lakota West 3, Lakota East 0

        Shutout: Krista Kalkhoff (2 saves). Goals: LW—Amy Mink, Clare Applegate, Amber Wilson. Records LW 13-2-3, LE 8-6-4.

        (At Loveland H.S.)

        McNicholas 1, Seton 0

        Goal: Lindsay Haig (PK) Records: 12-3-3.

        Cincinnati III

        Fairfield 3, Turpin 0

        Shutout: Slye (7 saves). Goals: FF— Kelly Kammer, Leah Eggleton, Ashley Lenhoff. Records F 11-3-4.

        (At Hopewell Elementary)

        St. Ursula 2, Loveland 0

        Shutout: Emily Bohart (1 save). Goals: SU—Tracy Veith, Katie Hambleton. Records SU 12-1-5, L 13-3-2.

        Dayton Division I

        Kings 1, Vandalia Butler 0

        Goal: Lauren Fox. Shutout: Brandi Meyer (6 saves). Records: K 10-6-2, VB 11-2-4.

        Division II

        Cincinnati I

        (At Forest Hills Soccer Stadium)

        CCD 6, Seven Hills 1

        Goals: C—Natalie Geier 3, Missy Vierling 2, Alexander. S—Finn. HT: 5-0. Records: CCD 15-2-1.

        (At Winton Woods Soccer Stadium)

        Madeira 3, Mariemont 2

        Goals: Mad—Bess Krietemeyer, Sophia Temudo, Amy Mackris. Mar—Sarah Birkett, Lauren Potts. HT—Mar 1-0. Records: Mad 11-4-3, Mar 10-6-1.

        Cincinnati II

        (At Fairfield)

        Roger Bacon 2, Finneytown 0

        Goals: R—Lisa Vondrell, Ashley Janning. Shutout: Gendrew (1 save). HT: 1-0 Records: RB 7-5-6, F 9-7-1.

        Indian Hill 4, Clinton Massie 0

        Shutout: Liz Hilberg (2 saves). Goals: IH—Etter, Farruggia, Kereiakes, Rowe. Records IH 14-3-1, CM 13-3-1.

        Cincinnati III

        (At North College Hill)

        Wyoming 3, Badin 0

        Goals: Robin Fulton, Jenny King, Monica Hoyles. Shutout: Katie Wilburn (12 saves). Records: W 12-3-2, B 8-6-4.

        (At Hamilton Garfield)

        Ross 2, Edgewood 1

        Goals: R—Tiffany Bogolo, Jenelle Brown. E—Hanna Smith. HT: 1-1. Ross 11-6-1.

        Division II

        Dayton II

        Waynesville 2, Springfield Catholic 1

        Goals: W—Jessica Hupe 2. SC—Gregory. Records W 14-4, SC 7-8-3.

        Region 13

        (At Boone County)

        St. Henry 2, Scott 0

        Shutout: Chris Billiter (8 saves). Goals: SH—Marc Waymeyer, Seth Dressman. Records SH 16-4.

        (At Boone County)

        Boone County 3, Simon Kenton 0

        Shutout: Fayson and Jones (7 saves). Goals: BC—Sullivan, Hazzard, Fayson. Records BC 13-7, SK 7-15.

        Region 14

        (At Tower Park)

        Highlands 7, Holy Cross 0

        Goals: Jason Pompillo, Joe Laber, Mylor Rider, Nathan Klette, Collin Muehlenkamp, Chris Deinlein, Mark Collier. HT: 2-0. Shutout: Eric Fessler and Craig Stephens (3 saves). Records: H 21-1, H 9-11.

        (At Tower Park)

        Covington Catholic 3, Bishop Brossart 0

        Shutout: Thamann (4 saves). Goals: Jeff Pfetzer, Bryson Lehman, Mike Weckenbrock. Records C 15-5, BB 12-7-1.

         Oakwood 3, Summit 0

        Goals: O—Stelling 2, Ervin. Records O 7-3-5, S 5-9-1.


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