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|
BOYS SOCCER: Cavs 3, Warren 2
The Cavalier Express keeps on rolling along, improving to 13-0.
Chillicothe edged Warren, its nemesis from the SEOAL , 3-2 at McVicker Field Saturday.
The Cavs (13-0/8-0 SCOL) resume action Tuesday at Washington Court House at 7pm looking to firm up an outright SCOL championship.
GIRLS SOCCER: Warren 2, Cavs 1
The Lady Cavs played the opener of the soccer doubleheader at McVicker, with different results.
Chillicothe came up on the short end of a 2-1 loss to Warren.
The Cavs (6-6/5-3) head to Washington Court House Tuesday at 5pm.
VOLLEYBALL: Swept at Dublin Scioto
It was a tough day for the Cavs at an eight team Volleyball tournament at Dublin Scioto Saturday, going 0-3 in their matches.
Chillicothe dropped its opening match to the host Irish 25-17, 25-8, then to Teays Valley 25-18, 25-19 and Pickerington Central completed the sweep 25-19, 25-13.
Katelyn Martin led Chillicothe with 13 kills and 11 blocks , Malia Berry recorded 28 digs and 4 aces and Lauren Price 19 serve points.
Chillicothe (-/-) gets back to SCOL play Tuesday at Washington Court House.
CROSS COUNTRY: Piketon Invite Wrap
The Chillicothe Boys placed 7th and Girls 14th in the Piketon Invitational Saturday.
Donavan Lowe had the top performance of the day, finishing 5th with a time of 17:05.94. Lander Zook was next placing 31st and Ben Haller was 46th for the top three Cavaliers.
Cassaundra Parker was the top finisher on the Girls side at 61st.
The Cavs will run in the Unioto Invitational next Saturday.
BOYS SOCCER: Cavs 3, McClain 1
The Cavaliers (12-0/8-0) claimed a share of the SCOL Boys Soccer title Thursday with a 3-1 win over McClain.
Entering the match, Chillicothe had recorded five consecutive shutouts. The Tigers were the last to score against the Cavaliers, in a 4-2 Cavs win on September 10th.
Sophomore Chris Cunningham did all the offensive damage, netting all three goals. Cunningham came off the bench to record the hat trick.
The Cavs have two SCOL matches remaining beginning with a battle at Washington Court House Tuesday and Hillsboro on Thursday.
Chillicothe will host Warren Saturday with the Girls’ first kick at 11am followed by the Boys Varsity match at 1pm. Both matches will be played at McVicker Field at Mt. Logan Elementary.
GIRLS SOCCER: Cavs 10, McClain 1
The Chillicothe Girls improved to 6-5 overall and 5-3 in league play with a 10-1 pasting of McClain Thursday.
Jenna Porter and Lexi Brown scored two goals each, while Savannah Horsley, Emma Patino, Maddie Ford, Kylee Hardesty and Riley Allison also found the back of the net.
Brown, Ford, Porter along with Katie Wetzel and Lydia Kelley assisted on goals.
Chillicothe will host Warren Saturday with the first kick at 11am followed by the Boys Varsity match at 1pm. Both matches will be played at McVicker Field at Mt. Logan Elementary.
GIRLS TENNIS: Cavs 4-1 vs Circleville; Cavs 3-2 vs Lancaster
Chillicothe hosted Lancaster in the final home tennis match of the season Thursday at OU-Chillicothe.
The Cavs swept the Singles, but dropped the Doubles matches to post a 3-2 win.
Taylor Sprouse and Bekah Ray won their 1st and 3rd Singles matches easily but there was drama in the 2nd Singles match. Stacey Lapurga won the second set and then took the super tiebreaker 10-3 to seal the team victory 6-7(7,5), 6-3 and 10-3.
The Doubles matches were also close. Amanda Mares-Jera Copley lost 3-6, 7-5, 7-5 and Hannah Arth-Hannah Hirsch fell 6-3, 7-5.
Wednesday, the Lady Cavs were 4-1 winners over Circleville.
While there were easy wins for Sprouse (6-0, 6-0 in 1st Singles), Lapurga (6-0, 6-0 in 2nd Singles) and the 1st Doubles team of Amanda Mares-Jera Copley (6-1, 6-1), the tightest matches were in 2nd Doubles and 3rd Singles.
Bekah Ray managed a 6-4 win in her first Singles set, but lost to Nikki Overly 6-3 in the second set. Ray then dominated the deciding set 6-1. After posting a first set victory of 6-4, Hannah Arth-Carly McCloy were unable to hang on falling 6-3, 6-1 in the final sets.
The Cavs have a makeup match with Clinton-Massie Tuesday in Clarksville. Chillicothe is 9-0 in SCOL action and 13-5 overall.
BOYS SOCCER: Cavs 5, Miami Trace 0
The Cavs got five goals from five different players on Tuesday in a 5-0 win over Miami Trace.
It was the 5th consecutive shutout victory for Chillicothe (11-0/7-0).
“We’ve got a really solid defense, three seniors who play on our back line and goalkeeper Tristen Osterle and they’ve been solid for us all year…” said Coach Mike McCorkle.
Fir the first time, the Cavs will play in the Central District tournament next month and McCorkle says his team knows it has to play well early to earn a decent seeding in the tournament.
In an attempt to keep his team focused, McCorkle held some extra tough practices to ensure his team stayed on track.
“We had a couple of really tough practices in which I enforce upon them that we don’t play down to the competition… they got the message, they didn’t want too many more practices like that again.”
The Cavs will host McClain Thursday at Herrnstein Field (7pm) and a battle with former SEOAL foe Warren Saturday, a match moved to McVicker Field due to work being done on the finishing touches of the track surface at the Obadiah Harris Family Athletic Complex.
Hear Dan Ramey's post match interview with Coach McCorkle:
GIRLS SOCCER: Cavs 12, Miami Trace 1
Chillicothe jumped out to a 9-0 lead at halftime and posted a 12-0 lead before Miami Trace found the back of the net for a 12-1 victory.
Chillicothe is now (5-5/4-3) and will host McClain Thursday (5pm) at Herrnstein Field.
TENNIS: Pickerington North 4, Cavs 1
Taylor Sprouse had the only win for Chillicothe in the Lady Cavs Tennis match at Pickerington North Tuesday.
Sprouse earned a 6-0, 6-0 match in 1st Singles.
Stacey Lapurga had a battle in the 2nd Singles match falling 7-6(9,7) in the first set and 6-2 in the deciding set.
Carly McCloy fell 6-0, 6-0 in 3rd Singles
Doubles teams (1st) Amanda Mares-Bekah Ray (6-1, 6-2) and (2nd) Jera Copley-Hannah Arth (6-2, 6-1) fell short.
Chillicothe will host Circleville Wednesday at 4:30pm at the courts at OUC.
VOLLEYBALL: Cavs beat East Clinton 3-1
Chillicothe went four sets to beat East Clinton Tuesday 25-17, 25-19, 23-25 and 25-15.
Katelyn Martin and Jenna Holton led the net play. Martin had 12 kills, 7 blocks 4 aces, 5 digs while Holton recorded 12 kills, 5 blocks, 2 aces. Emma Roderick had 14 digs and Anna DeGarmo added 11.
With three straight wins under their belt Cavs Coach Chelsey Jones says her team came strong the first two sets but appeared too confident the 3rd.
“That 3rd set we were up 18-12 and East Clinton came back to tie it up. They took the lead 23-18 at that point and we played so hard and brought I up 24-23.” But the Cavs lost that set.
“In the huddle before the 4th set I sternly spoke to them and I said ‘Girls, why do you have to be down by so much and work so hard to come back? Why not play hard the entire set?"
That was the spark Chillicothe needed as they ran out to an 18-3 in the final set.
“I was especially proud of Jenna Holton tonight who had her best game of the season at the net. She was so confident and was swinging so hard” said Jones. “For us to get stronger and keep winning we have to keep the first ball over the net out of Anna DeGarmo’s hands.” DeGarmo was second on the team in digs which Jones says cannot happen.
With the win, the Cavaliers (7-6) improved to 6-2 in SCOL action with four league matches remaining.
Chillicothe travels to Dublin Scioto Saturday to participate in an eight team tournament.
Per Petersen and Angelo Lozada scored goals at Athens as the Cavs improved to 10-0 Saturday night.
Petersen found the back of the net with 4:30 remaining in the in the first half and Lozada's goal dropped in with 3:30 left in regulation.
The Cavs had six shots on goal while Tristan Oesterle stopped both Bulldogs shots, recording a fourth straight shutout.
Chillicothe will host Miami Trace Tuesday at 7pm at Herrnstein Field.
Make it nine striaght wins for Mike McCorkle's Chillicothe Soccer team. The Cavs kicked their way past Clinton-Massie 3-0 at Herrnstein Field last night to improve to 6-0 in the SCOL.
The Cavs have outscored the league 22-4, while recording shutouts in their last three matches.
Chillicothe heads to Athens Saturday at 5pm.
The Lady Cavs dropped their third straight match, falling to Clinton-Massie 7-1 Thursday.
Clinton-Massie and Hillsboro are battling atop the league.
Riley Allison scored the lone goal for Chillicothe. Coach Zach Breth says his young team is showing improvement against some tough competition.
Chillicothe (4-5/2-3 SCOL) will host Miami Trace Tueesday.
Chillicothe won the Boys Division of the 18 team Jackson Cross Country Invitational Thursday.
Donavan Lowe took second place 12 seconds behind Rick Hill's Seth Miller. Ben Haller (5th) and Jack Whalen (12th) were the top three Cavalier finishers.
Cassandra Parker (28th), Shania Conley (51st) and Andrea Dennis (61st) were the top three Girls who placed 7th as a team.
CLICK HERE for complete results from Baums Page.
Chillicothe scored a straight sets victory over Hillsboro to improve to 5-2 in SCOL action.
Chelsey Eblin's squad scored a 25-8, 25-12,25-17 win.
The Cavs (6-6/5-2) hosst East Clinton Tuesday at Hatton Gym.
The Lady Cavs claimed a share their first SCOL last week in a win over East Clinton and Tuesday night, they kicked in the door with a 4-1 victory over Hillsboro to win the title outright.
Taylor Sprouse and Stacy Lapurga cruised to easy wins in their 1st & 2nd Singles matches while Amanda Mares-Jera Copley and Hannah Arth-Hannah Hirsch earned easy wins. Carly McCloy was called up from the JV team to fill the spot for Ellen Schmitt who was injured over the weekend. McCloy’s first varsity singles action got off to a rocky start at falling 6-0, but battled in her second set 6-4.
Chillicothe (11-4) will try to sweep the SCOL in a match at Clinton-Massie Thursday night.
Click on the podcast (above) to hear Dan Ramey's interview with Coach Disbennett.
The Volleyball Cavaliers won their Tuesday battle with Clinton-Massie 25-16, 25-19, 25-14.
Kate Martin led the way with 7 kills, 4 blocks and 8 aces. Lauren Price had 5 kills and led the Cavs in digs with 8. Jenna Holton added 4 kills, 1 block, 4 aces and 1 dig while Emma Roderick and Malia Berry added 5 digs each.
In recent matches, the Cavs had struggled late. Coach Chelsey Jones said “We worked so hard this week on conditioning so we can be up to speed still in the 3rd game, and it paid off.”
The Cavs got a chance to review themselves on film this week, too. Coach Jones thought it helped “They did so much better with that (floor coverage) tonight. We are definitely on the right track.”
Chillicothe (5-6/4-2 in SCOL) will host Hillsboro Thursday at Hatton Gym.
The Cavalier Boys Soccer team rolled to a 7-0 win over Hillsboro in the opening match of an SCOL doubleheader at Herrnstein Field. Mike McCorkle’s Cavaliers are 8-0 after the win.
The Lady Indians defeated Chillicothe in the Girls match for Chillicothe’s second loss in the SCOL.
Both teams will host Clinton-Massie Thursday at Herrnstein Field.
The Cavalier duffers fell short at Buckeye Hills in a match with McClain, 176-195.
Gray Prater had the low score for Chillicothe with a 44. Other scores in the Cavalier foursome: Payne Wissler (49), Jake Brown (50) and Jacob Price (52).
The Cavs have the SCOL Match this Saturday.
The Lady Cavs battled Reynoldsburg in what was described by coach Janet Disbennett as "a tight one". Each team had split victories in Singles and Doubles and it all came down to 2nd Singles.
"Stacey (Lapurga) lost the first set (4-6) and was down in the second" said coach Disbennett, "and came back and won it in a tie breaker (7-6(7,5)." The match had a later than normal start and the second set finished up with darkness approaching.
"We decided to play a super tiebreaker to 10 to finish it" which Lapurga lost 10-5. Disbennett was not dissappointed. "She played a great match never giving up."
Taylor Sprouse won her 1st Singles match 6-4, 6-1 and the 1st Doubles team of Amanda Mares-Jera Copley took their match 6-3, 6-2.
Bekah Ray dropped her 3rd Singles match 6-3, 6-0 and Hannah Arth-Hannah Hirsch lost in 2nd Doubles 6-0, 6-2.
Chillicothe is 10-4 overall and 8-0 in the SCOL. They'll host Hillsboro at 4:30pm Tuesday and with a win will wrap up the SCOL Tennis title outright.
The Lady Cavs had a tough time keeping Watterson out of the net in their opener at Herrnstein Field Saturday night. Chillicothe dropped the match 10-1.
The Cavs return to Herrnstein Field Tuesday with Hillsboro as part of an SCOL Boys-Girls Doubleheader. The Boys play a 5pm and the Girls at 7pm.
The Cavalier Boys placed 6th and Girls placed 10th in the Aaron Reed Invitational Cross Country Meet Saturday.
Donavan Lowe led the Chillicothe runners with a 17th place finish in a time of 18:00.16. Lander Zook (20th) and Ban Haller (23rd) finished in the top 25.
Anna DeGarmo was the top Lady Cavs runner, placing 22nd with a 21:55.03
Chillicothe tied for 6th place with THomas Worthington and Hillard Darby in the Kim Shepherd Doubles Classic at Hillard Davidson Saturday.
Chillicothe earned sweeps in both Boys and Girls Soccer at McClain and in Girls Tennis over Miami Trace Tuesday. Volleyball and Golf came close, but came up short.
The Soccer teams traveled to Greenfield Tuesday where the Boys won their 6th straight to open the season with a 4-2 victory.
The Lady Cavs Payten Davis tallied four of Chillicothe's goals in an 11-2 decision over McClain.
The Boys are 6-0 and 3-0 in the league while the Girls are 3-2 overall, 2-1 in the SCOL.
Both teams host Washington CH Thursday.
The closest match of the Cavs' battle on the tennis court was for Bekah Ray, who went 6-7 (5,7), 6-3, 7-5 to win her 3rd Singles match.
Taylor Sprouse and Stacey Lapurga cruised to straight set wins without yielding a game in 1st and 2nd Singles.
The 1st Doubles team of Ellen Schmitt-Amanda Mares and 2nd team of Jera Copley-Hannah Arth completed the 5-0 match sweep.
Chillicothe is 9-2 overall and 7-0 in the SCOL headed into Wednesday's match at OU-C with Upper Arlington at 4:30pm.
The Cavalier Golfers finished 13 strokes off the pace of winner Logan in a quad match at Jackson Tuesday.
The Cheiftains won with a team score of 155-168. Host Jackson finished 3rd (172) and Ironton 4th (215).
Low scorer for the Cavs was Payne Wissler's 40. Jacob Price and Gray Prater carded a 42 each and Jake Brown had a 44.
The Cavs will play at Miami Trace in a dual match on September 16th.
The Volleyball team jumped out to a 2-0 lead at Miami Trace, but failed to fend off the Panthers in five games Tuesday.
Chillicothe earned wins of 25-21, 25-16 but then dropped the last three sets, 25-23, 25-16 and 15-9.
The Cavs are 3-6 overall and 2-2 in the SCOL.
Up next for Chillicothe, a trip to Greenfield Thursday.