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Head Coach: Ron Hinton
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|8-24||Hamilton Twp||A||L 52-33|
|9-14||Dayton Marshall||H||L 56-6|
|9-28||Gallia Academy *||A||L 20-7|
|10-5||Warren *||H||W 38-7|
|10-12||Logan *||A||L 28-7|
|10-26||Portsmouth *||H||W 63-0|
Head Coach: Bret Wrightsel
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|8-25||Dublin Scioto||A||W 2-1|
|8-27||Greenfield McClain||H||W 3-0|
|8-30||Logan *||H||W 3-0|
|9-1||Washington CH||A||L 3-1|
|9-6||Warren *||A||W 3-0|
|South Webster||W 2-0|
|Washington CH||W 2-1|
|9-13||Jackson *||A||W 3-0|
|Th. Worthington||A||L 2-0|
|Dublin Scioto||A||L 2-0|
|9-17||Gallia Academy *||H||W 3-0|
|9-20||Portsmouth *||A||W 3-0|
|9-24||Logan *||A||W 3-0|
|9-27||Warren *||H||W 3-0|
|10-1||Jackson *||H||W 3-0|
|10-4||Gallia Academy *||A||W 3-2|
|10-11||Portsmouth *||H||W 3-0|
|Sect. Semi Final|
|10-16||Pick. Central||H||W 3-0|
|10-18||Hillard Davidson||A||W 3-2|
|Dist. Semi Final|
|10-25||Gahanna Lincoln||A||L 3-0|
Head Coach: Zach Breth
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|Cavs lead 1-0|
|9-11||Jackson *||A||L 2-0|
|9-13||Dublin Scioto||A||L 9-0|
|9-20||Warren *||A||L 6-3|
|9-27||Logan *||H||W 7-0|
|10-2||Jackson *||H||T 1-1|
|10-4||Zane Trace||A||L 3-0|
|10-10||Logan ***||A||W 7-1|
|10-18||Logan Elm||H||L 1-0|
Head Coach: Mike McCorkle
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|8-28||Fairfield Union||H||T 2-2|
|8-30||Warren *||A||L 2-1|
|9-4||Logan *||H||W 1-0|
|9-11||Jackson *||H||W 3-0|
|9-15||Zane Trace||A||W 5-0|
|9-18||Gallia Academy *||A||W 9-1|
|9-20||Warren *||H||W 2-1|
|9-27||Logan *||A||T 1-1|
|10-2||Jackson *||A||T 1-1|
|10-11||Gallia Academy *||H||W 9-1|
Head Coach: Chris Pope
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Home matches at Chillicothe Country Club
|8-10||McClain Invite||Buckeye Hills||5th|
|8-13||Huntington Invite||Dogwood Hills||3rd|
|8-20||Logan *||Brass Ring||6th|
|9-6||Jackson *||Franklin Valley||6th|
|9-8||Westfall Invite||Crown Hill||3rd|
|10-1||D1 Sectional||River Greens||387|
Head Coach: Janet Disbennet
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Home Matches at OU-C Courts
|8-14||Hilliard Davidson||H||L 2-3|
|8-17||Dublin Scioto||A||W 3-2|
|8-18||Olentangy Or.||H||W 5-0|
|8-22||Jackson *||H||W 5-0|
|8-29||Logan *||H||W 5-0|
|9-10||Jackson *||A||W 5-0|
|9-12||Logan *||A||W 5-0|
|9-13||Logan Elm||H||W 4-1|
|9-17||Portsmouth *||H||W 4-1|
|9-19||Dublin Jerome||A||L 5-0|
|9-20||Pickerington N||H||L 3-2|
|9-24||East Clinton||A||W 5-0|
|10-2||Upper Arlington B||A||RAIN|
Head Coach: Steve Semancik
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|9-15||Aaron Reed Invite||9:30am||9th||9th|
|10-13||SEAOL Meet Logan||12:00pm||3rd||4th|
Head Coach: Nancy Arledge
Band Director: Patric Buchroeder
After an eight day layoff, the Chillicothe Girls Tennis team got some court time at Upper Arlington, but their match with Upper Arlington "B" was interrupted by rain. Coach Janet Disbennett said “Three matches were done and we were down 1-2. We were winning the 2 matches that were still being played when it started raining.”
Those two match had Parisa Bennett winning the first set in 2nd Singles 6-3 as the second set was just starting. Lioann VanVolkinburg won her first set 6-4, but trailed in the second 3-4 in 3rd Singles.
Taylor Sprouse won her 1st Singles match 6-1,6-1 for the only victory be decision.
1st Doubles team of Courtney Berry/Ellen Schmitt lost 6-1,6-2 and 2nd Doubles Tiffany Noel/Amanda Mares lost 6-3,6-0.
The Cavaliers open tournament play in the Girls Division I Sectional at Reynoldsburg High School Thursday morning at 8:30. 1st Singles player Sprouse is seeded #2 in the tournament. For the first time in a long time, the Cavs are playing what Coach Disbennett is calling “straight up”, meaning the Singles and Doubles will be the same as they have been all season. In previous tournament appearances, Disbennett has teamed some of her Singles players into Doubles teams. But this year, watch for Sprouse at 1st, Bennett at 2nd and VanVolkinburg at 3rd Singles with Courtney Berry-Ellen Schmitt at 1st Doubles and Tiffany Noel-Amanda Mares at 2nd Doubles.
Survivors from Thursday will play again Saturday with the top four teams and top four individuals heading on to the District tournament at Hilliard Davidson October 14th and 15th.
Chillicothe (8-0) claimed the SEOAL Volleyball Championship after sweeping Jackson 25-17, 25-9, 25-21 and Logan (5-3) knocked off Gallia Academy (5-3) 11-25, 25-18, 15-14, 25-19.
It’s been a slow rise to the top of the SEOAL for Chillicothe. The Cavs lost to Zanesville in 2008 back under the Day of Champions format when the league had 10 member schools. The Cavs were 5th in 2009, 3rd in 2010 and 2nd in 2011.
With their victory over Jackson, the Cavs remain unbeaten in league sets at 24-0.
Stat leaders were Hayley Robinson dishing out 40 assists to Katelyn Martin with 13 kills, Maddi Glendening with 9 and Kali Kight and Caroline Benson with 7 a piece. Parisa Bennett continued to build on her great defensive season with 10 digs and Emilie Kemper tallied 5 digs.
Coach Bret Wrightsel said the Cavs were “very aggressive from the service line and controlled the match with their serves. Katelyn Martin was 14 of 16 for 92% and 6 aces and Maddi Glendening was 14 of 16 for 88% and 3 aces and served up 4 points in the final set to push the Cavs to victory including 2 aces of the 4 points when it was 20-19” which sealed the victory.
The Cavaliers are now 13-5 overall and 8-0 in the SEOAL.
Also Monday, the Freshmen won in two sets to go to 10-1 and the JV won in three to move to 9 and 6 overall.
The Cavaliers visit Gallia Academy Thursday.
CLICK HERE to hear Coach Wrightsel's chat on "Dan & Mike in the Morning" on 1490 WBEX.
The 2012 season is complete for the Cavalier Golfers.
Chillicothe had a team score of 387 at River Greens Golf Club.
The top three teams advanced to the next round. Carrollton (314) finished first ahead of Marietta (315) and Zanesville was third (327). Two SEOAL golfers qualified for the next round as individuals, Logan’s Tristan Myers (74) and Zach McKenna of Warren (75).
Gabe Preston (88) had the low Cavalier score, Pierce Knisley (94), Jake Brown (97) and Kurtis King (108).
Ben Haller had the best showing among the Cavalier runners in the Piketon Cross Country Invitational Saturday.
Haller placed 11th (17:09.26) of 166 Boys. Lander Zook was second best for Chillicothe with a 27th place finish. The top Girls finisher was Anna DeGarmo placing 38th.
The Cavalier Boys finished 8th and the Girls were 12th.
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The unbeaten set streak remained untouched also as the Cavs move to 21-0 in sets, winning 25-20, 25-17 and 25-19.
Statistically, Hayley Robinson had 36 assists and fed Katelyn Martin and Caroline Benson 10 kills apiece with Kali Kight and Maddi Glendening 6 each. Parisa Bennett had 9 digs and Maddi Glendening 6. Bennett also led us from the serving line with a 18 of 20 attempts for 90% and 4 aces performance.
The Cavaliers move to 12-5 overall and 7-0 in the SEOAL and will host Jackson Monday. Chillicothe can claim a share of the league title with a win Monday.
The Freshmen team suffered its first loss of the season and now stands at 9-1 and the JV lost also and is now 8-6.
Coming off back-to-back losses, the Cavs Boys Soccer team maintains its lead in the SEOAL with a late goal for a 1-1 tie at Logan. Chillicothe is 4-1-1 in league action and 6-4-2 overall. The Cavs will travel to Jackson Tuesday.
The Lady Cavs earned their first league win, blasting Logan 7-0. Chillicothe is now 1-3 in the SEOAL and 5-6 overall and will host Alexander Saturday at noon.
The Chillicothe Girls Tennis team swept their match at East Clinton Monday 5-0.
Earning straight sets victories across the board for Singles players Taylor Sprouse (1st), Liann VanVolkinburg (2nd) and Jessi Pentecost (3rd) and Doubles teams Courtney Berry-Ellen Schmitt (1st) and Tiffany Noel-Amanda Mares (2nd).
Chillicothe (14-3) travels to Portsmouth Tuesday. The Cavs are 5-0 in SEOAL action and claimed a share of the leaguetitle with a 4-1 over Portsmouth last week. A win Tuesday gives the Cavs an outright SEOAL title.
The Cavalier Volleyball team continued its streak of unbeaten in sets at Logan Monday night with a 25-20, 25-14, 25-20 win.
Hayley Robinson recorded 35 assists and 14 of 15 serving for 93%. Parisa Bennett was also 14 of 15 for 93% and had 2 aces to go with her 12 digs. Maddi Glendening had 15 digs and pounded 7 kills. Kali Kight had 10 kills and Katelyn Martin led the team with 12 kills. Nikki Alberta also served up 9 for 9 at 100 %.
The Cavs have an 18-0 record in sets in the league and remain in first place followed by Gallia Academy in 2nd and Warren and Logan tied at 3rd with 3 losses each.
Chillicothe is 6-0 in the SEOAL and 11-5 overall.
The Freshman also won in 2 sets to up their record to 8-0 and remain in 1st in the league and the JV avenged a earlier loss to Logan by sweeping them in 2 sets also to up their record to 8-5 and 5-1 in the league.
Warren visits CHS this Thursday.
There are two Soccer matches Tuesday. The Boys (6-3-1) will travel to undefeated Unioto with a 7:15pm first kick and the Girls (3-6) will host Whetstone at McVicker Field at6pm.
Both the Boys and Girls Soccer teams lost their respective matches Saturday.
The Girls lost 3-0 at Zanesville while the Boys fell at Waverly 3-2, snapping their six game winning streak.
The Girls (3-6) will host Whetstone Tuesday night while the Boys (6-3-1) travel to play undefeated Unioto Tuesday.
Chillicothe’s Ben Haller earned his first Cross Country Meet victory, winning the Boys’ Division of the Jackson Invitational Thursday with a time of 17:34.74.
As a team, the Boys placed 5th behind Vinton County, Athens, Jackson and Logan.
The Cavs’ Elyse Black had the top finish for the Girls in 35th place. As a team, the Lady Cavs placed 7th. Athens was the overall Girls winner.
The teams aren’t back in action until next Saturday (9/29) at Piketon.
The Golf Team won a dual match with Wellston Thursday, 189-193 to close the regular season.
Pierce Knisley was medalist with a 40.
Other Cavs scores, Gabe Preston 44, Kurtis King 52 and Jake Brown 53.
The Cavalier volleyball team won at Portsmouth Thursday night in 3 sets 25-5, 25-16, 25-18 keeping their sweep of straight sets versus SEOAL opponents alive with a 15-0 mark.
Statistical leaders were Katelyn Martin serving 17 of 20 for 85% and 7 aces. Nikki Alberta served up 17 of 19 for 89% and 5 aces. Hayley Robinson tallied 38 assists and Megan Osborne, Maddi Glendening and Emilie Kemper all had 4 digs a piece. Kills were led by Glendening with 12 and Kali Kight with 9.
The Lady Cavs are 10-5 overall and 5-0 in SEOAL league play with a road trip to Logan this Monday.
Chillicothe dropped a 3-2 match with Pickerington North, losing back-to-back matches for the first time this season.
The Cavs’ Taylor Sprouse (6-1,6-0) and Parisa Bennett (6-0,6-0) picked up wins in 1st and 2nd Singles, but Liann VanVolkinburg dropped her 3rd Singles match (7-6,6-2) as did Doubles teams Courtney Berry-Ellen Schmitt (7-6,6-4) and Tiffany Noel-Amanda Mares (6-3,6-3).
The Cavs are 13-3 on the season and travel to face East Clinton Monday.
Chillicothe picked up a 2-1 win over Warren in Boys Soccer last night.
The Lady Cavs Soccer team lost a 6-3 decision at Warren.
Chillicothe’s string of consecutive Tennis match victories ended at 13 after falling 5-0 to Dublin Jerome in an Ohio Tennis Coaches Association match Wednesday.
Only Taylor Sprouse was able to win more than one game, but lost in 1st Singles 6-1,6-2.
Chillicothe (13-2) will host Pickerington North Thursday at 4:00pm in their final home match of 2012.
Chillicothe senior volleyball setter Hayley Robinson was selected as the American Volleyball Coaches Association Player of the Week in the state of Ohio for the week of August 20th.
At the Cavs tournament at Dublin Scioto Saturday, Robinson was 29 of 32 serving for 91% and 4 aces and Robinson led the charge in Chillicothe’s straight sets victory over Gallia Academy with 32 assists. She also tallied 32 assists against Jackson the week before.
For her efforts she received a custom patch and certificate to commemorate her accomplishment.