Tuesday, October 24, 2000
N.Ky. soccer roundup
Holy Cross, Notre Dame in 10th Region final
The Cincinnati Enquirer
Holy Cross and Notre Dame each won semifinal games Monday and will play for the 10th region girls soccer championship for the second consecutive season.
The 10th region championship is scheduled for 6 p.m. tonight at Holmes.
Notre Dame 2, St. Henry 0, 10th Region semifinal at Holmes First-half goals by Katie Darpel and Laura Wendling won the game for the defending regional champ. Both goals were unassisted.
Holy Cross 6, Boone County 0, 10th Region semifinal at Holmes The Indians scored five goals in the second half to break the game open.
BOYS: Byson Lehman scored with two minutes remaining in overtime to lead Covington Catholic to a 2-1 victory over Newport Central Catholic in a Region 14 semifinal game at Covington Catholic. Lehman broke free and chipped the ball over the goalkeeper's head for his second goal of the game.
Covington Catholic held a 1-0 lead on Lehman's first goal of the game. NCC's Jerrod Buten headed in Kevin Secar's free kick with 2:41 remaining to tie the score.
Covington Catholic will face Highlands in the championship game for the third straight year, at 4:30 p.m. today at Covington Catholic. CovCath has won two straight regional championships.
Highlands 5, Holy Cross 2, Region 14 semifinal at Tower Park Senior Joe Laber scored twice to lead the Bluebirds. Highlands took a 3-1 halftime lead.
Boone County 2, Simon Kenton 0, Region 13 semifinal at Scott Senior goalie David Jones stopped six shots for his 11th shutout of the season.
Dan Noble scored Boone County's first goal on a penalty kick 18 minutes before halftime. Mike Turner scored 10 minutes later on a set play.
Boone County will play Ryle in the Region 13 championship game at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Scott High School.
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