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|
TENNIS: Sprouse Falls in Districts
Sophomore Taylor Sprouse had her Division 1 District Girls Tournament run stopped in the second match at Hillard Davidson Friday. Sprouse fell to Rhiannon James of Dublin Jerome 6-3, 6-2.
Sprouse won her first match by defeating Maria Jeric of Bishop Watterson 6-1, 6-0.
She finished the season with a 22-2 record in singles.
VOLLEYBALL: Cavs Drop Two at Waverly
Riding on the wave of their third place performance in the SCOL, the Cavs had a tough day in a tri-match at Waverly, dropping two sets to both the host Lady Tigers and county rival Unioto.
The Cavs open post-season tournament action Monday at home with Vinton County at 6pm inside Hatton Memorial Gymnasium.
BOYS SOCCER PERFECTION: Cavs 2, Waverly 1
16-0, it’s the mark of perfection for the Chillicothe Boys Soccer team.
The Cavs got goals from sophomores Angelo Lozada and Chris Cunningham to post a 2-1 victory over Waverly to complete the task.
The Cavs peppered Tigers goalkeeper Robert Fuska with 12 shots on goal to Waverly’s five shots. Tristen Oesterle made four saves before allowing a goal late to Nick Bradley.
“We knew we had a shot to win them all with the team we had coming back” said Cavs coach Mike McCorkle, “but a lot of things have to fall your way… it just doesn’t happen very often. It’s special.”
The Cavs will host Hilliard Darby on Wednesday October 16th to open the Central District tournament.
CROSS COUNTRY WINS SCOL:
"The 49 year CC drought is over", sweet words from Cavs Cross Country Coach Steve Semancik.
The Cavalier Boys won the SCOL title edging Hillsboro 39-40.
Chillicothe landed Donavan Lowe, Ben Haller and Lander Zook in the top seven runners. More details to come.
Chillicothe wrapped up SCOL action with a 25-15, 25-23, 25-17 straight sets victory at Clinton-Massie Wednesday night.
The win evens the Cavs’ mark at 10-10 on the season and 9-3 in league play.
Coach Chelsey Jones was pleased with her team’s play along the front row adding “They (Clinton-Massie) came at us hard but we responded well.”
Tuesday night, Chillicothe hosted its second annual Serve Up A Cure fund raising night and turned in a straight set victory over McClain 25-14, 25-9, 25-7.
“These girls played their tails off” said Jones. “They came to play for a great cause.”
Between the High School and Middle School programs, the Cavs raised $3,000 for Southern Ohio Survivors, a local group which provides assistance to cancer patients and their families.
Jones credits the Cavs’ serving ability which has shown progress throughout the season for the win.
Statistically on back-to-back nights, Katelyn Martin had 20 kills and six blocks. In digs, Claire Corzine recorded 13, Emma Roderick 12 and Lauren Price 11. Jenna Holton and Sydney Cotterman had 2 blocks each. Roderick recorded 15 aces and Anna DeGarmo registered 48 assists.
The Cavs will play in a tri-match at Waverly with the Tigers and Unioto. Waverly is the number 2 seed in next week’s Southeast District Sectional Tournament. The Shermans are seeded third.
Chillicothe High School Athletic Department has released the CHS Hall of Fame fall 2013 inductees, three sport athlete Tony Aloisio, former Coach and Assistant Athletic Director Norma Shaar and State Doubles Tennis Champions Rachel (Taylor) Morton and Amanda Taylor.
Tony Aloisio – A 1953 graduate of CHS and was a three year letterman for the football, basketball, and track teams. In 1954 he began his career at Indiana University as the end for the Varsity team and started every game thereafter. The Army called him away in 1955-56 and played on the All Far East Football Champions Team in Japan for two years. He graced the cover of “Stars and Stripes” a U.S. publication as the featured football player. Tony then returned to Indiana University in 1957 and resumed his starting role as offensive and defensive end. The team voted him the Most Valuable Player in the same year. Tony’s awards included the Chicago Tribune athletic award, voted onto the Notre Dame’s All Opponent team, and played in the “Gem Bowl” coached by Ara Parseghian. In 1957 he was drafted by the Chicago Cardinals to play linebacker but chose to stay his senior year to finish his college career in 1958. He played in the “Blue/Gray Game” for the best college seniors. In 1959 he reported to the Chicago Cardinals but switched to the Canadian football league and played every game with the Tiger Cats.
Norma Shaar – Early in life in Charleston W.V. she distinguished herself as one of the state’s best female basketball and softball players, while playing on AAU squads. This was well before females had the same equality as their male counterparts. Norma found her greatest success and satisfaction in a lifetime of teaching and coaching. She went to Marshall College and then took a job at DuPont High School where she taught health and Physical education for eight years. She wanted to branch out, get away from home, and in 1963 she came to Chillicothe. She stayed for 30 years in Chillicothe where she introduced girl’s sports to the school system, coaching everything from basketball to softball and tennis. Norma led the CHS tennis team to 76 straight victories, while setting a record number of victories in other sports. Once leading the softball team to the state tournament before losing to Westerville South 3-2. At one time she also served as the Assistant Athletic Director. She returned to Charleston in 1993 and continued teaching, and also competed in the Senior Olympics. In 2009 she had just completed her 55 year as a full time teacher.
Amanda Taylor – Was a 5 time state champion in tennis. She was awarded to team MVP all five seasons of play in Ohio and Washington State. Her numerous awards include, “Coaches Award” 3 years, undefeated her freshman year at CHS, OCC player of the year in 2000, won the sectional, district, and State Championship in doubles in 2000, (with her sister Rachel) then went on to win the State Championship of Washington state in the same year in the spring of 2001. The family had to move due to job relocation. Amanda never lost a tennis match in high school until the finals of her senior year, for a combined record of 183-1. She was ranked #8 in the nation in doubles her junior year, and #20 her senior year, earning All American honors both years. Amanda went on to Vanderbilt University ranking in the top 10 in the nation with multiple SEC-player of the week honors. After college she went to play professionally, traveling to Europe, Mexico and the U.S., and winning multiple ITA events across France. She enjoys playing and coaching tennis, and works with young and upcoming female players as a coach and mentor.
Rachel Taylor – Was a 2001 graduate of CHS. She had a 93-15 record over a 4 year period, and lettered all four years. Some of her other accomplishments were, lost only 1 match as a senior, MVP in 1998,1999, 2000, team captain in 1999, 2000, OCC League runner-up, singles sectional champ, doubles district champion 1997, 2000, and State Champion in doubles in 2000. Rachel went to Abilene Christian University, where she excelled in tennis and the classroom. She was a LSC Conference, Regional Champion in 2002 with a 15-2 record. In her sophomore year (24-4 ranked #6 in Central Region-doubles) and junior year (15-5 singles & 17-9 doubles ranked #5 in NCAA D-II singles) she repeated as the Regional and National champion. Rachel was All Conference, 1st team doubles and 2nd team singles also in her junior year. As a senior she was the LSC Conference Champion, made it into the regionals, Sweet 16 D-II Nationals, all while receiving a Senior Academic Honor award.
There will be a reception for the Fall class of inductees in the CHS/CMS Auditorium on Thursday October 17th and the Fall and Spring Athletic Hall of Fame inductees (Phil Bobo, Abby Bunstine, Chad McAllister and Dan Ramey) will be recognized during the Chillicothe-Hillsboro Football game on October 18th.
In Saturday's Division I Tennis tournament, Taylor Sprouse defeated Anna Delaney (Olentangy Liberty) 3-6, 6-3, 6-2. In her semifinal match, Srpouse thendefeated Selby (New Albany) 6-1, 6-0.
Sprouse made the finals against Alexa Meyer (Olentangy Liberty) and had just started playing when the rain posponed play for a second day. She will return to Reynoldsburg on Tuesday at 4pm to finish the match.
Sprouse, the #4 seed, has already qualified for districts next week at Hilliard Davidson High School.
The 15-0 Cavaliers are playing in the Division I Central District this fall and drew the 22 seed of 45 teams. The Cavs will host Hilliard Darby (4-9) at 7pm on Wednesday October 16th at Herrnstein Field. The winner travels to play at #7 seeded Canal Winchester (10-1-3) at 7pm on Saturday October 19th.
The Lady Cavs (7-7) will host Athens (6-6) at 5pm Monday October 14th with the winner facing #2 seeded Warren (11-2-1) at 5pm on Thursday October 17th. Chillicothe dropped a 2-1 decision to Warren a week ago Saturday.
Chillicothe (8-10) returns to the Southeast District and will host Vinton County (5-14) at 6pm on Monday October 14th with the winner facing #1 seeded Athens (16-1) on Wednesday October 16th at 6pm.
TENNIS: Sectional Tournament Results
The Tennis season came to a close for the Cavaliers Thursday but Taylor Sprouse will be playing Satruday in the Division I Girls Tennis Sectional.
Chillicothe players finished the day with a 3-2 Singles mark and 2-2 Doubles record before bowing out as a team.
In Singles play, Sprouse defeated Sarah McMills (Athens) 6-0, 6-0 and then defeated Kendall Whisman (Watkins Memorial) 6-0, 6-0. Sprouse was playing her next round when showers postponed play to Saturday morning at 8:30am.
In other matches, Stacey Lapurga defeated Nimi Gupta (Thomas Worthington) 6-2, 6-2 but lost to the No. 2 seed Alexia Meyer (Olentangy Liberty) 6-0, 6-0 and Bekah Ray lost to Rachel Carline (Olentangy Liberty) 6-0, 6-0.
In Doubles action, the team of Amanda Mares/Hannah Hirsch defeated Paradis/LaBenne (Mt. Vernon) 6-3, 6-4 and then lost to Halliday/Mattey (Athens) 6-4, 6-0. The team of Jera Copley/Hannah Arth defeated Marosis/Dean (Watkins Memorial) 6-1, 6-4. They then fell to the No.2 seed Seneviratne/Setner (New Albany) 6-0, 6-0.
BOYS SOCCER: Cavs 4, Hillsboro 0
The Cavaliers improved their mark to 15-0 with a 4-0 victory at Hillsboro Thursday.
The win completed a season sweep of the SCOL competition.
Chillicothe heads into the weekend hoping for a good seeding at the Division I tournament drawing this weekend.
The Cavs’ regular season finale is next Thursday at Herrnstein Field with Waverly. First kick is 7pm.
Coach Mike McCorkle will be a halftime guest on WBEX Friday night during the broadcast of the Cavs-McClain football game.
GIRLS SOCCER: Hillsboro 6, Cavs 1
Chillicothe fell to Hillsboro 6-1 to close out SCOL play at 6-4 in the league.
The Cavs’ four league losses came to both Clinton-Massie and Hillsboro.
Chillicothe’s lone goal was scored by Payten Davis on an assist by Lexi Brown.
The Cavs wrap up the regular season with a home match with Zane Trace on Monday at Herrnstein Field. First kick is 7pm.
VOLLEYBALL: Cavs Win in Straight Sets
Chillicothe earned a straight sets victory over Miami Trace Thursday, 25-10, 25-15, 25-19.
The avenged a five set loss to the Panthers earlier this season.
Katelyn Martin had her best game of the season recording 10 kills with 10 blocks, 7 aces, 5 digs. Cavs Coach Chelsey Jones said Martin was intimidating “She controlled that net and had Miami trace front row frustrated.”
Other stats included Sydney Cotterman with 4 kills and in the digs department, Emma Roderick with 6,
Anna Degarmo, Claire Corzine 5 each.
Roderick also had the longest serving streak of the night with 7 in a row with 3 aces.
DeGarmo had 23 assists out of 30 sets total.
Thursday was senior night which helped get the team pumped up.
“This is the most consistent I have ever seen them play 3 sets so far this year” said Jones.
The last time the Cavs and Miami Trace met, Chillicothe won the first sets but lost the last three.
“Last night I saw a whole different side of my girls” added Jones. “They were enthusiastic and hustling after everything. Our serve receive and Libero has improved so much.”
The win improves Chillicothe’s record to 7-3 in SCOL action.
The Cavs (8-10 overall) host McClain Tuesday and head to Clinton-Massie Wednesday to close out the SCOL season.
Janet Disbennett’s Lady Cavs will head to the Division I Tennis Sectional at Reynoldsburg High School on Thursday (10/3) with hopes of advancing to Saturday (10/5) final two rounds.
Singles will play first at 8:30am.
Number 1 Singles Taylor Sprouse is the #4 seed out of 36 players and received a bye awaiting the winner of Sara McMills (Athens)/Molly Schmidt (Canal Winchester). The Cavs Stacey Lapurga will play Nimi Gupta (Thomas Worthington) in her first match and Singles Bekah Ray meets Rachel Carline (Olentangy Liberty) with the winner advancing to play Kristen Dempsey of Tri Valley.
Once the Singles are done, Doubles play follows. Chillicothe will pit Hannah Hirsch-Amanda Mares vs Mt. Vernon and Jera Copley-Hannah Arth vs Watkins Memorial. Hirsch replaces Ellen Schmitt who has been out recovering from a concussion.
Tournament play is single elimination. Ray has the longest haul, needing four match wins to reach semi-finals, while Sprouse, Lapurga and the doubles teams need to win three matches to reach semis.
BOYS SOCCER: Cavs 3, Washington CH 1
With a 3-1 win at Washington Court House Tuesday night, Mike McCorkle's Cavaliers solidified its grasp on the SCOL Soccer championship.
The #10 Cavaliers are 14-0 and 9-0 in league play. The Cavs will try to complete the sweep of the SCOL with a win at Hillsboro Thursday.
GIRLS SOCCER: Cavs 7, Washington CH 2
Maddie Ford and Joey Whalen scored twice while Payten Davis, Lexi Brown and a Blue Lions own goal helped Chillicothe to a 7-2 road victory.
Brown, Riley Allison, Willow Dove Emma Patino all had assists while Samantha Watkins added two.
Chillicothe is 7-6 overall and 6-3 in the SCOL. They'll wrap up the league season with a trip to Hillsboro Thursday.
TENNIS: Nets 5-0 Sweep at Clinton-Massie
The Chillicothe Girls Tennis Team finished the regular season with a 5-0 win over Clinton-Massie Tuesday. The win gave the Cavs a sweep of the SCOL competition and a 14-5 overall mark.
Here's how things played out:
1s Taylor Sprouse defeated Alex Vaughan(CM) 6-0 6-1
2s Stacey Lapurga defeated Meg Gallasini(CM) 6-1 6-1
3s Bekah Ray defeated Morgan Eades(CM) 6-2 6-2
1d Amanda Mares/Hannah Hirsch defeated Kayla Weiss/Jordan Bills(CM) 6-3 6-4
2d Hannah Arth/Jera Copley defeated Emma Bailey/Kelly Deatherage(CM) 6-0 6-0
The Cavs head to the Division 1 sectional tournament at Reynoldsburg High School Thursday.
VOLLEYBALL: Falls in Straight Sets
While the Blue Lions had trouble on the soccer pitch, they earned a straight set victory and claimed a share of the Volleyball SCOL title against Chillicothe.
The Lady Cavs had trouble fending off the #10 Washington attack, 25-23, 25-14, 25-18.
Chillicothe (7-11/6-3) hosts to Miami Trace Thursday.
GOLF: Sectional Tourney
The Cavaiers finished the golf season placing 18th in the Boys Division 1 Sectional Tournament Tuedsay.
Ron Hinton's Football Cavaliers debuted at #10 in the Associated Press High School Footall Poll last week and following the 56-6 drubbing of Washington Court House over the weekend, jumped up to #8 in Division III.
On the pitch, Mike McCorkle's Boys Soccer have been unstoppable this season. The Cavs claimed a share of the SCOL last week and improved to 13-0 with a 3-2 win over Warren Saturday. The Cavs are ranked 10th in this week's Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association Poll. Chillicothe cracked the top 15 last week.