Thursday, September 21, 2000
High School Highlights
Seton tops McAuley with 1-0 soccer win
The Cincinnati Enquirer
McAuley has dominated Seton in soccer the past several years, but the Saints turned the tables on their Girls Greater Catholic League rival Wednesday.
Julie Ruehl's goal off a pass from Molly James with 1:12 to play in the first half was all No.4 Seton needed to upset No.2 McAuley 1-0.
Seton goalie Kelly Brunner turned aside eight shots to record the shutout. Seton's midfielders shut down Lauren Giesting, McAuley's leading scorer. In other girls soccer action, Wyoming remained undefeated in Cincinnati Hills League play with a 6-0 win over Taylor. Monica Hoyles scored three goals, and Katie Wilburn posted the shutout.
Chrissy Falhaber and Lindsey McDonough each scored two goals to lead Finneytown past Deer Park 4-0. Goalie Jenny Crawford made two saves for the shutout.
BOYS SOCCER: Ross defeated Kings 2-1 in a battle for first place in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Cardinal Division.
Ross rallied behind goals by Ted Donnellan in the first half and Jason Glover with eight minutes remaining.
The win gives Ross sole possession of first place.
GIRLS GOLF: McAuley continued on its hot streak, knocking off Ursuline 164-179 in a match that was stopped due to rain after eight holes at O'Bannon Creek.
Amy Burda and Jessica Huber each shot 7-over-par 40 for McAuley. Erin McAfee shot 40 for Ursuline.
St.Ursula remained undefeated with with a 179-207 win over Wyoming on the front nine at Reeves.
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