Tuesday, October 26, 1999

St. Henry, Boone make soccer finals

        St. Henry shut out Scott 2-0 to advance to the boys Region 13 soccer finals Thursday against Boone County.

        Junior striker Eric Kleiman assisted on the goals scored by Marc Waymeyer and Seth Dressman. Goalie Chris Billiter recorded his ninth shutout.

        • Boone County 3, Simon Kenton 0, Region 13, at Boone County — The Rebels scored three goals within a 12-minute span in the second half to record the victory.

        Senior Brent Sullivan scored what proved to be the winning goal with 18 minutes remaining, heading in a crossing pass from Jeff Grimes.

        • Highlands 7, Holy Cross 0, Region 14, at Tower Park — The Bluebirds won for the 21st time with seven different players scoring.

        Highlands meets Covington Catholic tonight for the championship. The Bluebirds defeated the Colonels 2-1 in the first game of the season.

        • Covington Catholic 3, Bishop Brossart 0, Region 14 at Tower Park — Jeff Pfetzer, Bryson Lehman and Mike Weckenbrock scored, and Brian Thamann recorded a second consecutive shutout for the Colonels.

        “Brossart played hard but they couldn't put it in during the first half,” Covington Catholic coach John Horton said. “We had more depth and wore them down.”


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