Sunday, May 27, 2001

CCD boys win state lacrosse

        Cincinnati Country Day won its first state boys lacrosse title Saturday, 10-7 over Kent Roosevelt in the Division III game at Thomas Worthington High School in Columbus.

        Ian McLean and Jack Oliver each scored three goals for CCD, which has fielded a lacrosse team for four years.

        McLean was named offensive MVP and C.J. Farrenkopf was named defensive player of the game and goalie of the year.

        Summit Country Day finished third, defeating Jackson 12-6 in the consolation game.

        Eric McKinney tied a season high with eight goals, one shy of his personal best. The third-place finish is the best in the six-year history of the program.

        CCD 10, Kent Roosevelt 7

        Goals: C—McLean 3, Oliver 3, Hamilton 2, McMahon, Buechner. K—Tulp 3, Chandler 2, Szweda 2. Records: C 12-6, K 11-4.

        Third Place

        Summit 12, Jackson 6

        Goals: S—McKinney 8, Hirt 2, Maag, J. Carullo. J—Bowman 3, Bailey 3. Records: S 10-9.


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