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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
The Chillicothe Boys Cross Country team placed 9th of 17 teams in the Aaron Reed Memorial Meet at Southeastern High School.
Ben Haller had the top performance for Chillicothe, finishing 23rd (18:39.53) ahead of Donavan Lowe’s 24th place (18:37.91).
The Lady Cavs also placed 9th. Elyse Black had the top Chillicothe placing at 40th (24:47.06).
Chillicothe runs in the Jackson Invitational Thursday.
The Chillicothe Soccer Teams earned wins Tuesday night.
The Lady Cavs were 1-0 winners over Circleville at McVicker Field while the Boys won their 5th straight match, blasting Gallia Academy 9-1.
The Girls are 3-4 after their win and will travel to Warren Thursday night with First Kick at 6:00pm.
The Boys improved to 5-2-1 overall and 3-1 in the SEOAL and host Warren at 6:45pm Thursday.
The Chillicothe Girls Tennis Team defeated Portsmouth 4-1 to improve to 5-0 in the SEOAL and earn its 13th straight match victory.
Taylor Sprouse suffered her first loss of the season in1st Singles, falling to Ali Miller 6-0,6-1.
The Cavs swept the rest of the matches… Parisa Bennett and Liann VanVolkinburg winning with identical 6-0,6-0 scores. 1st Doubles team of Courtney Berry-Ellen Schmitt (6-0,6-1) and 2nd Doubles Tiffany Noel-Amanda Mares won (6-0,6-0).
Chillicothe will meet Portsmouth again in a makeup match from September 5th next Tuesday for a chance to claim the League Championship.
The Lady Cavs travel to play at Dublin Jerome on Wednesday.
Chillicothe hosted Gallia Academy and for a fourth consecutive league match won in three straight sets, 25-17, 25-20, and 25-18. The Cavs are 9-5 overall and remain unbeaten the SEOAL. The Cavs have not lost a set yet at 12-0.
Statistically for Chillicothe Coach Bret Wrightsel said “Hayley Robinson led the charge with 32 assists feeding hitters Katelyn Martin with 9 kills and Caroline Benson and Maddi Glendening both with 8 each. Parisa Bennett had 9 digs defensively and served up 3 aces on 12 of 13 serving attempt for 92% and Glendening was 13 of 15 for 87% and 3 aces.”
Chillicothe travels to Portsmouth on Thursday to wrap up the first round of SEOAL play.
The Golf Team finished third in a tri-match with Hillsboro and host Jackson at Franklin Valley. The Ironmen won the match with a team score of 164, but Hillsboro’s Austin Bagshaw scored a 34 for medalist honors.
The Cavs duffers were led by Gabe Preston’s 38. Pierce Knisley carded a 46, Jake Brown 49 and Kurtis King a 55.
Chillicothe will finish the regular season schedule Thursday at Wellston.
ALL SEOAL GOLF:
The 2012 ALL-SEOAL Boys Golf Team has been announced.
Chillicothe’s Gabe Preston has averaged just over 39 strokes per contest to receive All-League honors. Logan Holbrook of Logan was selected Player of the Year and Warren’s Nathan Evans the Coach of the Year.
2012 ALL SEOAL GOLFERS
Player, school Grade Avg
Logan Holbrook, Logan 10 36.6
Rob Canady**, Gallia Academy 12 37.0
Zach McKenna**, Warren 12 38.6
Tristan Myers*, Logan 12 38.8
Steve Farley, Warren 12 39.0
Gabe Preston, Chillicothe 12 39.2
Adam Lang, Warren 12 39.2
*—denotes previous All-SEOAL honors.
Player of the Year: Logan Holbrook, Logan
Coach of the Year: Nathan Evans, Warren
All-SEOAL team based on seven best overall scores during six league stroke-play matches. Players had to participate in at least five of the six league matches to be eligible, with the best five scores counting toward the total.
In Volleyball, Chillicothe dropped two of three tight marches Saturday at Dublin Scioto.
The Cavaliers took Athens in three sets dropping set one 22-25, but coming back to win 25-21, 25-17.
The Cavs then lost to Thomas Worthington in three sets winning the first set 25-18, but then losing 21-25, 23-25 and in the third match lost to host Dublin Scioto 25-23 and 25-23.
Coach Bret Wrightsel says Hayley Robinson had another outstanding day “she was 29 of 32 serving for 91% and 4 aces. Nikki Alberta also served up a great performance” making 36 of 38 serves for 95% and 4 aces. “Rylee Bouillion also served 13 for 15 for 86% and 4 aces” said Wrightsel.
Hitting leaders were Katelyn Martin with 26 kills, Maddi Glendening with 25 and Kali Kight 17.
The Junior Varsity also went 1-2 on the day beating Athens and losing to both Thomas Worthington and Dublin Scioto.
The Cavaliers are 8-5 overall and 3-0 in the SEOAL.
Chillicothe resumes league action Monday with Gallia Academy at 6:30pm at Hatton Memorial Gymnasium. The night will be a fundraising “Win for the Cure” benefit. Former Cavalier Koty Chandler was diagnosed with a form of leukemia and the volleyball team is using the night to raise funds to assist his treatments.
There will be a cake auction, face painting, t-shirt sales, a raffle and open donations. Monies raised will be donated to Southern Ohio Survivors for men’s health issues in the name of Koty Chandler.
The Chillicothe Girls Tennis Team finished third out of the eight teams in the Kim Shepherd Doubles Tournament at Hilliard Davidson on Saturday.
Coach Janet Disbennett told wbex.com “The team played really well today and had good competitive matches. Last year we finished 6th out of 8 in this tournament. So, finishing third was a big improvement.”
Upper Arlington "B" was first followed by Hilliard Bradley and Chillicothe.
The team of Liann VanVolkinburg and Jessi Pentecost had the top performance for the Cavs, finishing first in their flight with wins over Lancaster (8-5), Hilliard Davidson (9-7) and Upper Arlington (8-5).
Chillicothe’s regular Doubles Teams (1st Doubles) Courtney Berry-Ellen Schmitt and (2nd Doubles) Tiffany Noels/Amanda Mares were in the middle of the pack.
Berry-Schmitt were third in their flight with a win over Westerville South (8-0), lost to Hilliard Bradley (8-2), but a beat Worthington Kilbourne (9-7).
Noels-Mares dropped their opening match to Upper Arlington (8-0), then defeated Westerville South (8-1) and Lancaster (8-3) for a 5th place finish.
Normal Singles players (1st) Taylor Sprouse and (2nd) Parisa Bennett teamed together for a fifth place finish. They fell to Hilliard Bradley (8-6), but then took Hilliard Davidson (8-1) and Hilliard Darby (8-3).
Chillicothe (12-1/4-0 SEOAL) gets back to dual match play Monday with Portsmouth at the courts at OUC at 4:30pm.
The Cavs Boys Soccer team’s winning streak is now four matches after a 5-0 win over Zane Trace. Chillicothe’s victory was also its fourth consecutive shutout.
The Cavs travel to Gallia Academy Tuesday at 6:30pm.
The Cavalier Volleyball team remains perfect in SEOAL play thanks to a straight sets victory at Jackson, 25-23, 25-16 and 25-17.
Coach Bret Wrightsel said the Cavs let a huge lead of 17-10 slip away with hitting errors and poor passing. Chilllicothe had 19 hitting errors “which translates to 6 points per game that you are giving the opponent” said Wrightsel. “We can’t play that sloppy and expect to win close matches.”
Parisa Bennet led the team in digs with 16 and Hayley Robinson had 32 assists on the night and also served 15 of 17 for 88% with 3 aces. Katelyn Martin also served well as she was 10 of 11 for 91% and 3 aces and also led the team in kills with 14.
The Varsity is now 7-3 on the season and 3-0 in the SEOAL and have swept the first 3 league matches in sets at 9-0.
The Freshman team won again to move to 4-0 and JV also won to improve to 4-3.
Both the JV and Varsity will be at Dublin Scioto this Saturday for a quad tournament the features Chillicothe, Dublin Scioto, Thomas Worthington and Athens.
In Singles action, Taylor Sprouse (1st) and Liann VanVolkinberg (2nd) earned wins while Tiffany Noel (3rd) had a good start, winning 6-2, but then fell to Kelly Speirs 6-1, 6-1 to finish the match.
In Doubles, Courtney Berry/Ellen Schmitt (1st) and Jessica Pentacost/Amanda Mares were straight set winners.
The (12-1) Cavs play in the Hilliard Classic Saturday morning.
It was a rough night for Chillicothe Girls Soccer. The Lady Cavs lost at Dublin Scioto 9-0.
The (2-4) Cavs are back in action Tuesday to host Circleville.
The Lady Cavs Tennis team swept through Jackson and Logan this week with 5-0 scores.
Singles players Taylor Sprouse (1st), Parisa Bennett (2nd) and Li Ann VanVolkinburg (3rd) won their matches with 6-0, 6-0 scores.
It was nearly the same for Doubles Teams of Courtney Berry/Ellen Schmitt (1st) and Tiffany Noel/Amanda Mares (2nd). The only games the Cavs lost game to Jackson, both 6-0, 6-1 scores.
Chillicothe has won 11 consecutive matches since falling 3-2 to Hilliard Davidson in their opener. They’ll host Logan Elm Thursday at 4:30pm at the courts at OUC.
The Cavs Golf team hosted a dual match with Unioto at the Chillicothe Country Club Wednesday.
The Shermans won the match 180-198.
Bane Adkins earned medalist honors with a 42. Gabe Preston and Pierce Knisley both carded 44’s while K.J. King scored a 50 and Hannah Littler had a 60.
Unioto enters SVC Match #5 today with a 4-0 mark. Up next for Chillicothe, an SEOAL Match at Jackson’s Franklin Valley.
The Chillicothe Boys Cross Country team finished first of the 13 team field at Piketon Tuesday. The Girls team finished 5th.
Top runners included Ben Haller (4th 18:01), Donavan Lowe (6th 18:30) and Mark Hirsch (13th 19:01). On the Girls side, the top three runners were Joanne Newman Jones (13th 24:01), Elyse Black (22rd 24:45) and Geri Chaney (29th 25:21).
Cavs coach Steve Semancik said “Every athlete on the high school team and the middle school team ran their best time of the year.”
The Cavs run in the Aaron Reed Invitational Saturday.
The Chillicothe Boys and Girls Soccer teams Split their matches with Jackson.
The Boys earned their third straight win with a 3-0 score at McVicker Field while the Lady Cavs fell 2-0 at Jackson’s Alumni Stadium.
The Boys earned their third consecutive shut out and improved to 3-2-1.
Dalton Bettendorf, Frankie Whalen, and Tommy Bolte scored goals for the Cavs, Bettendorf and Bolte added assists.
Chillicothe out shot Jackson 14-4 while Tristan Oesterle had 4 saves.
Frankie Whalen leads the team with 5 goals this season.
The Boys travel to Zane Trace Saturday at 11am while the Girls are on the road to Dublin Scioto Thursday night at 7:00pm.
Chillicothe finished in 3rd place out of 8 teams at the Unioto Invitational Saturday.
The Cavs beat South Webster in the first round in two sets 25-23 and 25-21. Chillicothe then lost to host Unioto in 3 sets 21-25, 25-22, 26-28. In their final match, the Cavaliers defeated Washington Court House for third place in 3 sets 25-23, 15-25, 25-21.
Statistically for the day, Hayley Robinson had 5 aces and 92 assists Parisa Bennett served up a 31 of 31 day for 100% and also led the team in digs with 33. Katelyn Martin paced the kill category with 34 followed by Maddi Glendening with 23 and Kali Kight had 17 and Caroline Benson 15.
Chillicothe now stands at 6 and 3 overall and 2-0 in the SEOAL with the next match at Jackson on Thursday.
On the links, Chillicothe placed third in the Westfall Invitational with a team total 382. Gabe Preston had the Cavs low score on the day an 85 just ahead of Pierce Knisley’s 86.
Tree of Life won the tournament, ahead of host Westfall, then Chillicothe, Circleville, Zane Trace and Huntington.
And in Boys Soccer, the Cavs took Marietta, 2-0 for their second win on the season. Chillicothe earned its second straight shutout, following a 1-0 win over Logan Thursday night.
The Chillicothe girls Tennis team defeated the Watterson "B" team Thursday 5-0.
Taylor Sprouse won 1st Singles 6-0,6-2, Liann VanVolkinburg took 2nd Singles 6-1,6-1 and Tiffany Noel won 3rd Singles 6-3,1-6,1-0(10,4)
1st Doubles team Courtney Berry/Ellen Schmitt were 6-3,6-2 winners and Amanda Mares/Jessi Pentecost took the 2nd Doubles match 6-2,6-0 to complete the sweep.
Chillicothe has won 8 straight matches (9-1) and plays in the SEOAL at Jackson on Monday.
In the SEOAL Golf match at Jackson’s Franklin Valley, Chillicothe’s Gabe Preston and Pierce Knisley finished two strokes behind Tri-Medalists Rob Canady (GA), Zach McKenna (W) and Steve Farley (W) who fired 35’s.
Warren won the match with a 150 team score, finishing three strokes ahead of Gallia Academy. Portsmouth was 3rd, Jackson 4th, Logan 5th and the Cavs were 6th.
In Cross Country, the Boys finished 2nd and the Girls 7th in the Logan Invitational Thursday.
Ben Haller had the top time for the Cavs, posting an 18:17 to finish 3rd. Donavan Lowe (8th) and Lander Zook (10th) joined Haller in the top 10. Warren finished ahead of Chillicothe in the Boys race, followed by Logan, Jackson and Gallia Academy.
Elyse Black (19th) was the top Cavalier Girls finisher. Warren took the Girls race. Alexander was 2nd followed by Logan, Gallia Academy and Chillicothe.
Full results will be available here once posted.
On the soccer pitch, the Lady Cavs' Samantha Watkins scored 3 goals and six other Cavs found the back of the net en route to a 9-1 victory at Minford.
Corinne Patino, Lydia Kelly, Kylee Hardesty, Rachel Conaway, Kara Detty and Riley Allison each put in a goal.
The victory improved Chillicothe's ercord to 2-2.
In a related note, the Cavs match at Logan was suspended by lightning with 17 minutes remaining in the first half. Chillicothe had just taken a 1-0 lead on a goal by Samantha Watkins. The match will be continued on October 10th.
In Volleyball, the Cavs traveled to Warren and swept the defending SEOAL champions straight sets 25-19, 25-16, 25-17. CHS was paced by Parisa Bennett serving 15/15 at 100% and 4 aces. As a team the Cavaliers served 92% and had 6 aces. Hayley Robinson dished out all the assists at 100% or no errors. Caroline Benson led the Cavs in kills with 12 followed by Maddi Glendening with 9 and Katelyn Martin 8.
Chillicothe now stands at 4-2 overall and 2-0 in the SEOAL.
The win was the first win over Warren for Coach Bret Wrightsel in his 5 years at the helm.
The Cavalier volleyball team lost a hard fought battle at Washington court House on Saturday in 4 sets, 25-22, 19-25, 24-26, 20-25.
Chillicothe won set one 25-22 as Parisa Bennett served up 2 aces and went 8 for 8 from the line and had help up front with Katelyn Martin pounding 5 kills.
Game 2 was a slugfest as the teams traded points until we called time out at 17-19 and Washington then ran off 3 points to push far enough ahead that we could not catch them.
Set 3 saw the Cavs stretch to a 22-19 lead only to fall 26-24 after some key hitting errors by the Cavs.
Set 4 produced much the same atmosphere as both teams slugged it out with the Cavs falling 20-25 to the Blue Lions.
Washington Court House was a district semi-finalist last year and returned most of their lineup so this was a great early matchup for both teams.
Statistically for Chillicothe Bennett led us in serving with a 17 for 17 effort and 3 aces and also led the team in digs for the match. Hayley Robinson dished up a 96% effort setting with 77 assists. Caroline Benson led the kills category with 15 followed by Kali Kight with 12, Maddi Glendening with 10 and Katelyn Martin 9.
Chillicothe now stands at 3-2 overall and 1-0 in the SEOAL with a trip to Warren this coming Thursday.
Also Saturday, the Chillicothe Boys Soccer team fell to Reynoldsburg 5-2.
The Chillicothe Cross Country Teams ran in the Circleville Invitational Saturday. The Boys placed 12th and the Girls 14th. Here’s how they performed individually:
12. 268 Chillicothe (19:39.9 98:19.2 2:45.9)
1 21 Ben Haller 11 18:15.0
2 46 Lander Zook 10 19:09.9
3 52 Donavan Lowe 9 19:21.8
4 71 Jack Whelan 10 20:31.6
5 78 Jonathan Putman 9 21:00.9
6 ( 82) Quinten Boggs 9 21:36.4
7 ( 90) Anthony Ross 9 23:24.3
14. 353 Chillicothe (27:06.0 135:29.7 5:05.4)
1 49 Joanne Newman-jones 12 24:18.2
2 60 Elyse Black 10 25:41.7
3 78 Casaundra Parker 10 28:00.6
4 79 Geri Chaney 9 28:05.6
5 87 Jessica Limle 10 29:23.6
6 ( 88) Megan Sparks 12 29:47.0
7 ( 94) Alyssa Shoemaker 9 32:05.6