Head Coach: Ron Hinton
|9-20||Miami Trace * OT||A||20||14||4-0||1-0|
|9-27||Washington CH *||A||56||6||5-0||2-0|
|10-25||East Clinton *||H||28||0||8-1||5-1|
|* SCOL Game|
|Kick off 7:30pm|
Head Coach: Chelsey Jones
* denotes SCOL Match; + Senior Night
|8-17||Fairfield Union||A||L 2-1|
|8-27||Hillsboro *||A||W 3-0|
|8-29||East Clinton *||A||W 3-1|
|9-5||Washington CH *||H||L 3-0|
|South Webster||L 2-0|
|Lucasville Valley||W 2-0|
|9-10||Miami Trace *||A||L 3-2|
|9-12||Greenfield McClain *||A||W 3-1|
|9-17||Clinton Massie *||H||W 3-0|
|9-19||Hillsboro *||H||W 3-0|
|9-24||East Clinton *||H||W 3-1|
|9-28||Dublin Scioto 8 Team||A|
|Dublin Scioto||L 2-0|
|Teays Valley||L 2-0|
|Pickerington Central||L 2-0|
|10-1||Washington CH *||A||L 3-0|
|10-3||Miami Trace * +||H||W 3-0|
|10-8||Greenfield McClain *||H||W 3-0|
|10-9||Clinton-Massie *||A||W 3-0|
|10-12||Waverly Tri Match||A||11:00am|
|vs Unioto||L 2-0|
|vs Waverly||L 2-0|
|SE Dist Sectionals|
|10-14||Vinton County||H||W 3-0|
Head Coach: Zach Breth
* denotes SCOL Match
|8-27||Clinton-Massie *||A||L 3-0|
|8-29||Miami Trace *||A||W 9-0|
|9-10||Greenfield McClain *||A||W 11-2|
|9-12||Washington CH *||H||W 5-0|
|9-17||Hillsboro *||H||L 6-0|
|9-19||Clinton-Massie *||H||L 7-1|
|9-24||Miami Trace *||H||W 12-1|
|9-26||Greenfield McClain *||H||W 10-1|
|10-1||Washington CH *||A||W 7-2|
|10-3||Hillsboro *||A||L 6-1|
|10-7||Zane Trace||H||L 4-1|
|SE Districts at Jackson|
|10-22||Fairfield Union||A||L 2-1|
Head Coach: Mike McCorkle
* denotes SCOL Match
|8-22||Fairfield Union||A||W 4-1|
|8-27||Clinton-Massie *||A||W 2-1|
|8-29||Miami Trace *||A||W 4-1|
|9-7||Zane Trace||H||W 3-1|
|9-10||Greenfield McClain *||A||W 4-2|
|9-12||Washington CH *||H||W 2-0|
|9-17||Hillsboro *||H||W 7-0|
|9-19||Clinton-Massie *||H||W 3-0|
|9-24||Miami Trace *||H||W 5-0|
|9-26||Greenfield McClain *||H||W 3-1|
|10-1||Washington CH *||A||W 3-1|
|10-3||Hillsboro *||A||W 4-0|
|Central Dist Tourney|
|10-16||Hilliard Darby||H||L 4-0|
Head Coach: Chris Pope
* denotes SCOL Match
Home matches at Chillicothe Country Club
|8-6||SCOL Tri * EC/Hills||Hillsboro||3rd|
|8-14||Miami Trace *||A||W 202-209|
|8-15||Portsmouth Invite||Elks CC||13th|
|8-19||Washington CH *||H||L 170-196|
|8-28||Greenfield McClain *||Buckeye||PPD|
|8-29||Unioto & Huntington||H||2nd|
|9-4||Miami Trace *||1st 185-202|
|9-5||Clinton-Massie *||H||2nd 195-197|
|9-9||East Clinton/Hillsboro *||Home||3rd|
|9-11||Washington CH *||A||L 161-187|
|9/17||Greenfield McClain *||A||L 176-195|
|9-18||Greenfield McClain *||H||W 186-205|
|9-25||SCOL at Wash CC||A||7th|
|10-2||Division 1 Tourney||A||18th|
Head Coach: Janet Disbennet
* denotes SCOL Match
Home Matches at OU-C Courts
|8-13||Clinton-Massie *||H||W 5-0|
|8-15||Miami Trace *||H||W 4-1|
|8-19||East Clinton *||H||W 5-0|
|8-20||DeSales (OTCA)||W 3-2|
|8-21||Hillsboro *||A||W 5-0|
|8-26||Hilliard Davidson||A||L 5-0|
|8-28||New Albany||A||L 5-0|
|8-29||Washington CH *||H||W 3-2|
|9-5||Washington CH *||A||W 3-2|
|9-10||Miami Trace *||H||W 5-0|
|9-11||Upper Arlington B||H||L 4-1|
|9-12||East Clinton *||A||W 5-0|
|9-14||Hilliard Dav. Tourn||A||T-6th|
|9-17||Hillsboro *||H||W 4-1|
|9-24||Pickerington North||A||L 4-1|
Head Coach: Steve Semancik
* denotes SCOL Match
|9-3||Coaches Invite GA||2nd||6th|
|9-14||Aaron Reed Invite||6th||10th|
Photo Courtesy Downtown Photography
Head Coach: Nancy Arledge
Band Director: Patric Buchroeder
|9-7||OU Band Day|
|10-4||Homecoming: Alumni Band|
|10-6||Ross Co. Band Festival|
|at Herrnstein Field|
|11-7||Last Blast Concert||7pm|
Chillicothe's Jacob Weber was named Second Team All-Ohio by the Ohio Scholastic Soccer Caoches Association.
With the first season of play for the new alignment of the South Central Ohio League under its belt, Commissioner Jim Winner was pleased with how all has played out.
Only SCOL Football champ Clinton-Massie continues with its season, but the league was pleased to have three team (Miami Trace and Chillicothe) in post season play and the Hillsboro GIrls Soccer team's Regional appearance.
Winner was pleased that 165 of the 166 First Team All-SCOL Selections were in attendance at Grace Community Church in Washington Court House for the banquet.
The Winter Sports season is on the cusp. The SCOL Girls Basketball Preview will be held at Hillsboro High School this Friday at 6:00pm. The Boys will be the following Friday also at Hillsboro.
Winner says the Winter season should be just as exciting and two sports he's anxious to watch ar Bowling and Swimming.
The league will be at full strength come August 1st 2014 with the addition of the eighth school as the Wilmington Hurricane rejoins the SCOL.
2013 Fall Sports Champions:
Boys Cross Country: Chillicothe
Girls Cross Country: Hillsboro
Boys Golf: Washington
Girls Golf: Hillsboro
Boys Soccer: Chillicothe
Girls Soccer: Clinton-Massie
Girls Tennis: Chillicothe
Click to hear Dan Ramey's interview with Jim Winner.
The All-SOL Teams have been announced. Those named will be recognized at the All-SCOL Banquet Monday night in Washington Court House.
Unlike other leagues Chillicothe has been affiliated with, there are no Player of the Year or Coach of the Year for their respective sports.
There were no Cavalier All SCOL selections for Golf or Volleyball.
Second Team selections and Team placements are beneth the First Team pictures.
BOYS & GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
SECOND TEAM SELECTIONS:
Cross Country - Lander Zook
Football - Ryan Mathis
Boys Soccer - Joel DeGarmo, Bryan Stark
Girls Soccer - Lexi Brown
Girls Tennis - Jera Copely
TEAM SCOL FINISHES:
Boys Cross Country - SCOL Champions
Football - 2nd Place
Golf - 7th Place
Girls Tennis - SCOL Champions
Boys Soccer - SCOL Champions
Girls Soccer - 3rd Place
Volleyball - 2nd Place
FAIRFIELD UNION 2, CHILLICOTHE 1
Carly Rose tapped in a goal in the 46th minute to put Fairfield Union ahead of the Cavaliers 2-1 and the Falcons would keep Chillicothe at bay for the next 34 minutes for the District Semi-Final victory.
“Ups and downs all season” said Cavs coach Zach Breth “Rigor prepares you for moments like this and the game was like that, too… battles, chances opportunities… at the end, they came out with more than we did.”
Fairfield Union’s Amber Lee got the Falcons on the board first at 18:41 of the first half with a shot that got through the grasp of Chillicothe goalkeeper Conner Watkins. Less than seven minutes later, the Cavs answered on a goal by Kenzie Brown at 11:33 to knot the score at a goal apiece.
“I think we possessed the ball really well… we let a couple of balls bounce in the first half and that’s where they (Fairfield Union) got their chances.”
Half of Chillicothe’s roster consisted of freshmen and sophomores which points toward a bright future for Breth’s club, but he says he’ll miss his five seniors. “All five of them have been here since I got the program… it’s a group that the younger players can really look up to.”
The Cavaliers (9-9) played like there was no tomorrow, but they’ll have to wait 28 days before they can look ahead to next season. “We will meet on the 29th day” said a smiling Breth “to discuss our off season plans. I told them these games aren’t won on days like today, they’re won on the 364 other days of the year”.
Fairfield Union (8-3-4) will face Hillsboro (16-2-1) for the District Championship Saturday morning at 10am at Jackson’s Alumni Stadium.
HILLSBORO 3, CIRCLEVILLE 0
Hillsboro (16-2-1) punched its ticket for a spot in the District Final with a 3-0 win over Circleville Tuesday night at Jackson’s Alumni Stadium. The Indians will play the winner of Tuesday’s Chillicothe-Fairfield Union match.
Trista Rhodes scored two goals within three minutes of one another to give the Indians a 2-0 lead before the half. Then Hillsboro tacked on an empty net goal by Ashley Purtee to seal the victory.
While happy with the win, Indians Coach Leslie Molen said her team’s approach to its offensive attack could’ve been sharper. “Sometimes it’s not the fact that you’re attacking, but the quality of your attack” said Molen “and at times it wasn’t very (well) planned out.”
Rhodes first goal came with 4:50 remaining and she charged the net cleaned up a ball that got away from Circleville goalkeeper Darbi Brewer. Brewer failed to secure a shot by Madison Colliver that rolled toward Rhodes for the kill.
Coming in, we knew they would double team Trista and our center Madison (Colliver)” said Molen “and we knew she was gonna have to play a harder game to capitalize for us.”
With a 2-0 cushion at intermission, Molen knew her Indians couldn’t let down “We talked all half not letting them have breakaways, through balls… they (Circleville) were still potentially dangerous.”
On the final goal, Circleville left its net empty in an attempt to pressure late. The Indians cleared the ball deep into Tigers territory. Purtee won the ball and found the back of the net with 2:53 left in regulation.
Hillsboro is a game away from a Regional berth, something Molen has her girls focused on. “We definitely have our sights set big… we’re setting back on our heels to keep from getting over confident.”
Chilllicothe Cross Country runners had their seasons come to a close at Watkins Memorial Saturday.
The Boys placed 15th and the Girls were 17th.
Donavan Lowe had the best showing of the day for the Cavalier Boys, finishing 37th. Ben Haller placed 52nd followed by Jack Whalen (103rd), Brandon Mingus-Harris (105th), Quincy Newsome (112th) and Lander Zook (113th).
Cassaundra Parker was the leading Girls runner placing 101st. Also placing were Shania Conley (103rd), Taylor Boggs (107th), Geri Chaney (110th), Andrea Dennis (111th), Deanna Menendez (114th) and Brooke Dunn (115th).
Payten Davis knocked in two goals while Samantha Watkins and Lexi Brown added goals as fifth seeded Chillicothe upset second seedd Warren 4-2 Thursday.
Zach Breth's Lady Cavs came up short in the first match with their former SEOAL rival in September, but jumped out to a 2-1 lead at the break and punched their ticket for the District Semi-Finals with the win.
The Cavs will face #6 seed Fairfield Union Tuesday at Jackson's Alumni Stadium. The Falcons were 1-0 winners over the third seeded Iron Ladies.
In the upper bracket of the Sectional, #1 seeded Hillsboro held off Unioto 3-2 and Circleville ended Zane Trace's season 2-0. Hillsboro will also play Circleville Tuesday at Jackson.
Athens used a 18-1 run to close out the first game and rolled past Chillicothe in straight sets 25-7, 25-14, 25-10.
Chillicothe trailed 7-6 in the first set, then the Bulldogs ran away 18-1.
"Our defense started questioning where they're supposed to be" said Cavs Coach Chelsey Jones. "They (Athens) were inside their (Cavs) heads and they didn't know how to get them out."
At that point, Jones said frustration settled in her Cavs lost their confidence and couldn't get back on track.
On the second set, there were some bright spots, but "Athens started really getting into a groove and they were hitting the same spot and the girls just couldn't agree on where they needed to be" said Jones.
Chillicothe ends its season at 11-13 overall and 9-3 in the SCOL.
Hear Dan Ramey's postgame interview with Chelsey Jones:
Hilliard Darby handed the Chillicothe Cavaliers their first loss of the season, ousting them from the first round of the boys D1 soccer Central District Tournament, Wednesday.
Chillicothe went to the locker room at the half, trailing Hilliard Darby 1-0.
(Photo Credit: Vanessa Doyle/Clear Channel. Click photo for gallery.)
"To our kids' credit, I thought we played a tremendous first half and were right there with them," said Cavs Coach Mike McCorkle.
Darby went on to score two more goals early in the second half and adding a later insurance goal.
"I think the depth showed a little bit," said McCorkle. "Hilliard's ... deeper than we are, and I think they just wore us down a little bit in the second half."
The Cavs (16-1) graduate 11 seniors from the program.
"We have 11 tremendous seniors (with) great character, great leadership throughout the year, especially our captains Jacob Weber and Per Peterson," McCorkle said.
Hilliard Darby moves on to play at Canal Winchester at 7pm, Saturday.
GIRLS SOCCER: Cavs 5, Athens 0
Samantha Watkins, Payten Davis and Lydia Kelley scored for Chillicothe while Willow Dove found the back of the net twice in Chillicothe's 5-0 win over Athens in their Sectional Semi-Final match.
"It's nice to keep a clean sheet." said coach Zach Breth. "We're starting to put things together, the girls have improved all season."
Breth said the Cavs attacked the ball well from start to finish. "We did a nice job of skipping midfield and putting pressure on their defenders."
The victory sets up a rematch with former SEOAL foe Warren, who the Cavs (8-8) fell to a couple of weeks ago, 2-1. First Kick at Warren is 5pm.
VOLLEYBALL: Cavs Beat Vikings in Three
Chillicothe bounced back from losses to Waverly and Unioto Monday night in a straight sets 25-17, 25-18, 25-15 victory over Vinton County at Hatton Gym.
"I expected them (Cavs) to come in and to be very organized, ready and together... and they weren't" said coach Chelsey Jones adding "In that aspect I was a little dissapointed with how they played, however they were very scrappy, there weren't many balls that hit the floor and I saw a lot of heart and hustle" which pleased the Cavs first year coach.
Katelyn Martin led the Cavs attack with 11 kills and 5 blocks. Lauren Price had 6 kills. Anna DeGarmo recorded 26 assists and 9 straight serves with four aces. Claire Corzine and Emma Roderick both had 11 digs each.
The Cavs will travel to Athens High School Wednesday to battle the #1 seeded Bulldogs."I told my girls, upsets happen all the time if you have enough heart and enough will to win, anybody can win on any night.
First serve is 6pm.
Hear Dan Ramey's interview with Helsey Jones and Zach Breth: