Sunday, October 22, 2000

Soccer tournament highlights


Colerain edges Milford in shootout

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Sophomore David Grinnell scored on the seventh penalty kick as Colerain defeated Milford 2-1 in a boys Division I sectional soccer game Saturday.

        Colerain senior midfielder Ryan Reardon, who scored on a penalty kick and replaced injured goalie Steve Tabar, clinched the win by deflecting Milford's seventh shot.

        • Lakota West 3, Winton Woods 0, Division I — Senior midfielder Ian Mellencamp, senior fullback John Felini and freshman striker Ryan Kustos each scored. Freshman Jeremy Curington and senior Matt Kaplan each made two saves.

        • Fairfield 3, Elder 1, Division I Senior Matt Stockum and sophomores Nick Carovillano and Adam Midkiff scored for the Indians.

        • Lakota East 2, Ame lia 0, Division I Senior fullback Ryan Snider and sophomore Kevin Farrell scored to lead the Thunderhawks. Senior Craig Salvati had two saves.

        • Loveland 3, Glen Este 2, Division I — Senior midfielder Andy Farrell scored all three Tiger goals.

        • LaSalle 5, Harrison 0, Division IDan Albrinck, Adam Wallte, Evan Welling, Danny Barraza and Ian Helton each scored a goal.

        • Oak Hills 1, Northwest 0, Division I — Senior Mike Lee's goal in the 63rd minute gave Oak Hills the win. Senior goalie Ryan Ruberg stopped five shots.

        • Kings 2, Norwood 0, Division II Steve Torrence and Phil Ellis each scored, and goalie Bryan Burnette had nine saves.

        • Wyoming 3, Little Miami 1, Division II — Drew Kaszubski scored twice and Jon Stollenkamp once for Wyoming.

        • Purcell Marian 2, Taylor 1, Division II — Freshman striker Matt Soldano scored the winning goal in the 64th minute.

        • Roger Bacon 2, Badin 1, Division IISophomore striker Drew Buller scored both Spartans goals.

        • Indian Hill 10, Bethel-Tate 0, Division II — Senior Matt McIntire and junior Mike Tuddenham each scored three goals.

        • Seven Hills 12, St. Bernard 0, Division III — Rob Nicholl led the Stingers with four goals, and Randall Rubenstein added three.

        • Cincinnati Country Day 5, Reading 0, Division III — Senior midfielder Eric Edwards scored two goals, and senior goalie Whitt Hesser notched his 11th shutout of the season.

        • Mariemont 2, Finneytown 0, Division III — Nick White and Juan Guerra each scored first-half goals.

        • Batavia 5, Clinton Massie 1, Division III — Junior Brian Hennessey scored twice for Batavia.

        • CHCA 3, Georgetown 2, Division III — Sophomore Alex Compton scored twice, and his brother, John, once for CHCA.

        • Madeira 4, Fayetteville 0, Division III — Sophomore Brad Darter, senior Nolan Bowers, sophomore Sean Hassman and senior Phira Lorth scored to lead the Mustangs.



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