Boys Head Coach: Dana Cousins
Girls Head Coach: Steve Semancik
|3/30||Fair Weather Relays||H||5th||2nd|
|5/4||COAS Hamilton Twp.||A||9th||1st|
|5/23||DI District at Marietta||A||6th||1st|
Head Coach: Marty Dunn
|4/5||Jackson *||H||L 7-2||1-4/1-1|
|4/6||East Clinton||H||W 12-10||2-4|
|4/6||East Clinton||H||W 8-2||3-4|
|4/9||Zane Trace||A||L 9-8||3-5|
|4/10||Portsmouth *||A||L 16-11||3-6/1-2|
|4/11||New Lexington||H||L 12-7||3-7|
|4/12||Warren *||A||L 5-0||4-7/1-3|
|4/15||Gallia Academy *||H||L 5-4||4-8/1-4|
|4/20||Logan Elm||A||L 11-1||4-10|
|4/20||Logan Elm||A||L 15-2||4-11|
|4/25||Portsmouth *||H||W 7-4||6-11/3-4|
|4/26||Gallia Academy *||A||L 2-0||6-12/3-5|
|4/30||Jackson *||A||W 6-2||7-12/4-5|
|5/1||Warren *||H||L 13-2||7-13/4-6|
|5/13||Unioto (Tourn)||A||L 10-1||7-15|
|3/30||Miami Trace||A||W 11-6||1-0|
|3/30||Miami Trace||A||W 6-3||2-0|
|4/3||Logan *||H||W 11-1||3-0/1-0|
|4/5||Jackson *||H||L 5-4||4-1/1-1|
|4/6||East Clinton||H||W 13-3||5-1|
|4/6||East Clinton||H||W 12-2||6-1|
|4/9||Zane Trace||A||W 6-2||7-1|
|4/10||Portsmouth *||A||L 6-5||7-2/1-2|
|4/12||Warren *||A||L 6-1||7-3/1-3|
|4/15||Gallia Academy *||H||W 5-4||10-3/2-3|
|4/22||Logan *||A||L 13-8||11-5/2-4|
|4/25||Portsmouth *||H||W 10-6||13-5/3-4|
|4/26||Gallia Academy *||A||W 12-4||14-5/4-4|
|4/30||Jackson *||A||W 3-2||15-5/5-4|
|5/1||Warren *||H||W 9-8||16-5/6-4|
|5/8||Washington CH||H||W 13-3||17-5|
|5/14||Dub. Jerome||H||L 4-1||19-6|
Head Coach Brad Seymour
|4/8||Logan *||A||W 5-0||2-1/1-0|
|4/10||Jackson *||H||W 5-0||3-1/2-0|
|4/15||St. Charles||H||L 5-0||3-2|
|4/17||Gallia Academy *||H||L 3-2||3-3/2-1|
|4/22||Portsmouth *||A||W 5-0||4-3/3-1|
|5/1||Jackson *||A||W 5-0||6-3/5-1|
|5/8||Portsmouth *||H||W 5-0||7-3/6-1|
|5/9||Gallia Academy *||A||L 3-2||7-4/6-2|
Head Coach Ryan Camponeschi
|3/27||Pickerington Central||H||L 13-5||0-1|
|3/30||Hillard Darby||H||W 16-13||1-1|
|4/4||Westerville South||A||L 18-2||1-2|
|4/6||Pickerington North||A||L 10-8||1-3|
|4/20||Delaware Hayes||H||L 23-9||2-5|
|4/30||Westerville Central||H||L 20-6||2-7|
|5/4||Westerville North||H||L 14-7||2-8|
|5/9||Big Walnut||H||L 16-14||2-9|
Thursday evening, Robert Bobo who passed away at the age of 98.
Bobo, who last May saw his son Phil inducted into the Hall, came to Chillicothe City Schools as a teacher and coached Track and Field from 1957 to 1981. Bobo established a program which recorded 204 dual match wins and another 200 invitational meet victories. Bobo also began the
Funeral services will be held Friday September 13 in the
2012 Chillicothe graduate Brandon Bonar was recently signed to play for the Athens based Southern Ohio Copperheads of the Great Lakes Collegiate Summer League.
Bonar is in the bullpen for Shawnee State, but this summer was signed to a 10 game contract with the Copperheads, but that all changed Tuesday.
This spring, Bonar is 1-0 (0.00 ERA) in three appearances for the Copperheads, allowing just two hits with a walk and one strike out.
The Copperheads play their games at Ohio University’s Bon Wren Stadium and are 9-1 through their first 10 games.
Other Ohio GLSCL teams include Canton, Celina, Cincinnati, Fairborne, Hamilton, Lima, Newark, and Xenia with additional teams in Lexington, Kentucky and Adrian, Michigan.
Tanea Cousins was the only Cavalier to score points at the Division 1 Regional Track & Field Meet at Pickerington North High School last week.
The Freshman sprinter/long jumper placed 5th, but failed to qualify for State competition this weekend in Columbus.
Girls Long Jump - 5th, Tanea Cousins 16'5.25"
Boys 3200 Run - 16th, Ben Haller
Boys 800 Run - 15th, Donovan Lowe
It was a rough day for Chillicothe's Track & Field teams at the Division 1 Regionals at Pickerington North High School.
The Cavs failed to qualify in any of the events they participated in Wednesday. Perhaps the tone was set in the first sprint event of the afternoon when Megan Osborne re-injured a hamstring in the prelims of the 100 Meter Dash and was knocked out of the meet. Osborne was attempting to qualify for her fourth straight State Meet.
Boys 4x800: Cavs placed 14th
Girls 100 Dash: Tanea Cousins 13th, Megan Osborne 14th
Girls 4x100: 12th
Boys 4x100: 16th
Girls 400: Lauren Price 15th
Girls 300 Hurdles: Elaine Wilson 12th
Girls 4x400: 15th
Girls High Jump: Kylie Bethel 10th
Participating in Finals Friday afternoon at Pickerington:
Boys 1600 Run: Jacob Scharfetter
Boys 800 Run: Donovan Lowe
Boys 3200 Run: Ben Haller
Girls Long Jump: Tanea Cousins
The Chillicothe Boys and Girls Regional qualifiers begin competiton today with Finals to be completed Friday.
Cavs performing Wednesday afternoon: Boys 4x800 & 4x100 Relay, Girl's 4x100, 4x200 & 4x400 Relay, Elainie Wilson 300 Meter Hurdles, Kylie Bethel High Jump, Megan Osborne and Tanea Cousins 100 & 200 Dashes, Megan Osborne, Lauren Price and Dalton Bettendorf 400 Meter Dash.
CLICK HERE to see the Wednesday event sheet
Officials held a groundbreaking ceremony at Herrnstein Field Wednesday morning to get the work underway. Click to watch the video
Superintendent Jon Saxton got the ceremony started by noting the efforts of those helping to pave a new horizon. "... the transformation of this athletic facility which could not be done without the hard work, dedication and generous support of Cavalier Nation."
The Herrnstein Field Renovation Project is funded by private donations.
1976 CHS graduate Matt Hughes says the project is about more than football.
"We're looking to recruit (additional contributors). We need alot of partners... the costs continue to escalate as we add features, we've added some new partners over the last couple of weeks."
Hughes says the current tally stands at 1.3 million dollars. "This is 100 percent privately sector funded... There's a lot of good causes in the community and we're very, very happy people have divided their support and have been able to support the Herrnstein Renovation Project."
Saxton added "For 78 years Herrnstein Field and this athletic complex have remained realtively unchanged. Over the next three or four months this facility is going to be transformed just like we're transforming our district so we can take the tradition of the past and build on it and make it better."
Actual work began earlier with removal of the inner fence behind the home grandstand and demolition of the north end home bleachers.
Developers plan to have the field turf and track installed and the new press box ready for use before September 13th, the home opener with Teays Valley.
By CRAIG DUNN
Sports Editor, The Logan Daily News
Warren High School took the lead early in the season and never let it get away in claiming the 2012-13 William E. (Bill) Thomas All-Sports Trophy championship.
It was the second-straight title for the Warriors and Lady Warriors, who thus keep the trophy in Washington County for another year. Marietta High School won the previous five titles before leaving the league at the end of the 2010-11 school year.
Warren finished with 64 points to finish well ahead of a three-team pack, with second-place Chillicothe (52½) edging third-place Logan (51) and fast-closing Gallipolis (50½). Jackson (39) and Portsmouth (22) rounded out the team totals.
Warren only won one spring championship — girls softball — but, after winning the golf, boys cross country, girls soccer, boys basketball and wrestling championships outright, and tying for the boys soccer and girls basketball titles, WHS had built an almost uncatchable lead.
In addition, Warren was second in baseball and boys track and fourth in girls track. The Warriors don’t field a team in boys tennis.
Warren led Logan by nine points and Chillicothe by 9½ heading into the spring season.
Chillicothe passed Logan for second place with runner-up finishes in boys tennis and girls track and a tie for second in softball to more than offset Logan’s spring performance. The Chiefs won the boys track championship and Logan placed third in both boys tennis and girls track.
Gallia Academy had a great spring, winning the baseball, boys tennis and girls track titles, in addition to finishing third in boys track and fourth in softball, for 24 spring points that nearly lifted GAHS into second place.
Jackson tied for second in softball and was third in baseball while Portsmouth’s best spring finish was a tie for fourth in baseball.
All-Sports Trophy points are determined on a 6-5-4-3-2-1 basis in sports where all six schools field full teams. In other sports, points are determined as to how many teams competed for the title, with fractional points awarded in case of ties. At least four schools must field teams for points to count in a particular sport.
Since Warren doesn’t have boys tennis, for example, those points were determined on a 5-4-3-2-1 basis. Four-team sports are scored 4-3-2-1.
Chillicothe leaves the SEOAL for the South Central Ohio League after the current school year. Athens High School (in boys and girls soccer and boys and girls tennis) and Alexander High School (boys and girls soccer) join the league as associate members beginning next fall, although those points will not count in the All-Sports Trophy standings.
The SEOAL, one of the longest-running prep conferences in the state, was formed by William E. (Bill) Thomas of Wellston in 1925 and began competition with a boys track meet that spring, with 1925-26 being the first full season of conference competition.
Following are the 2012-13 season point breakdowns:
Final standings — 1, Warren 64. 2, Chillicothe 52½. 3, Logan 51. 4, Gallipolis 50½. 5, Jackson 39. 6, Portsmouth 22.
Fall sports — Warren 28½, Chillicothe 26, Logan 24½, Gallipolis 18½, Jackson 17½, Portsmouth 8.
Winter sports — Warren 16½, Logan 11½, Gallipolis 8, Chillicothe and Jackson 7½, Portsmouth 6.
Spring sports — Gallipolis 24, Warren and Chillicothe 19, Logan 15, Jackson 14, Portsmouth 8.
Boys — Warren 39, Gallipolis 33, Logan 30, Chillicothe 28, Jackson 21, Portsmouth 14.
Girls — Warren 25, Chillicothe 24½, Logan 21, Jackson 18, Gallipolis 17½, Portsmouth 8.
Championships — Warren (8): golf, boys soccer (co), boys cross country, girls soccer, boys basketball, wrestling, girls basketball (co), softball. Gallipolis (4): football, baseball, boys tennis, girls track and field. Chillicothe (3): boys soccer (co), volleyball, girls tennis. Logan (2): girls cross country, boys track and field. Jackson (1): girls basketball (co). Portsmouth: none.
Chillicothe successfully defended its 2012 District Championship at the Division 1 Track & Field Meet at Marietta College Thursday, nipping Dover 126-125.
Megan Osborne, forced to sit out last weekend’s SEOAL Meet with a hamstring injury, cruised through the Girls 100, 200 and 400 and teamed with Lauren Price, Katie Wetzel and Elainie Wilson to win the 4x400 Relay. The Cavs trailed Dover 117-116 entering the 4x400 but earned 10 points for the win to edge the Dover Relay team by 1.12 seconds.
Logan ran away with the Boys Meet finishing 67 points ahead of second place New Philadelphia. The Cavalier Boys placed 6th.
In addition to Osborne’s titles in the 100, 200 and 400, the Lady Cavs had individual champs in the Long Jump (Tanea Cousins) and High Jump (Kylie Bethel) plus the 4x400 Relay Team.
The top four finishers qualified for the Division 1 Regional Meet held Wednesday May 29th and Friday May 31st. The Boys had six Regional Qualifiers and the Girls had twelve.
Scoring points for the Cavs: (** Regional Qualifier)
100 Meter Dash: Champion, Megan Osborne** (12.44); 4th, Tanea Cousins** (13.07)
200 Meter Dash: Champion, Megan Osborne** (25.97); 4th, Tanea Cousins** (27.27)
400 Meter Dash: Champion, Megan Osborne** (59.61); 4th, Lauren Price** (1:05.54)
1600 Meter Dash: 5th, Ana Degarmo (5:59.48)
3200 Meter Dash: 5th, Ana Degarmo (13:18.90)
100 Meter Hurdles: 5th, Elainie Wilson (16.93)
300 Meter Hurdles: 3rd, Elainie Wilson** (48.97); 5th, Kylie Bethel (50.46)
4x100 Meter Relay: 2nd, Courtney Barnes, Kylie Bethel, Corinne Patino, Tanea Cousins** (51.15)
4x200 Meter Relay: 3rd, Courtney Barnes, Kylie Bethel, Corinne Patino, Tanea Cousins** (1:50.94)
4x400 Meter Relay: Champion, Lauren Price, Katie Wetzel, Elainie Wilson, Megan Osborne** (4:14.84)
4x800 Meter Relay: 6th, Katie Wetzel, Lauren Price, Caussandra Parker, Anna Degarmo (10:56.52)
High Jump: Champion, Kylie Bethel** (4’10”)
Pole Vault: 5th, Claire Corzine (10’); 6th, Corinne Patino (9’6”)
Long Jump: Champion, Tanea Cousins** (16’9”); 7th, Olivia Payne (14’11.75”)
Shot Put: 7th, Megan Conrad (34’5.75”)
100 Meter Dash: 7th, Luke Barnes (11.70)
200 Meter Dash: 5th, Jonathan Brown (24.20)
400 Meter Dash: 2nd, Dalton Bettendorf** (51.72); 8th, Jack Whalen (56.35)
800 Meter Run: 4th, Donovan Lowe** (2:09.60)
1600 Meter Run: 2nd, Jacob Scharfetter** (4:47.60)
3200 Meter Run: 4th, Ben Haller** (10:44.91)
4x100 Meter Relay: 4th, Willie Beaux Johnson, Jonathan Brown, Christian Powell, Luke Barnes** (45.50)
4x200 Meter Relay: 6th, Donovan Lowe, Levi Shumaker, Julius Lee, Willie Beaux Johnson (1:42.94)
4x400 Meter Relay: 5th, Levi Shumaker, Jack Whalen, Jacob Scharfetter, Dalton Bettendorf (3:41.96)
4x800 Meter Relay: 2nd, Ben Haller, Donovan Lowe, Jacob Scharfetter, Dalton Bettendorf** (8:31.99)
GIRLS TEAM RESULTS:
Chillicothe 126, Dover 125, Tri-Valley 87, Warren 86.5, Zanesville 84, Logan 80, Marietta 43 and New Philadelphia 31.5
BOYS TEAM RESULTS:
Logan 154, New Philadelphia 87, Tri-Valley 84, Warren 71.5, Zanesville 66.5, Chillicothe 53, Marietta 51 and Dover 50
The Chillicothe Girls finished 2nd and Boys 4th in the SEOAL League Meet at Portsmouth high School Saturday.
Entering as the defending champ in the 100, 200 and 400 Meters, Osborne was forced to sit out the meet due to a hamstring injury suffered in practice earlier in the week. Despite the loss of Osborne, freshman Tanea Cousins picked up the slack. Cousins won the 100 and 200 Meter Dashes and finished champion in the Long Jump. The Lady Cavs took 2nd and 3rd in the 300 Meter Hurdles with Elainie Wilson and Kylie Bethel respectively. The two placed 3rd (Bethel) and 4th (Wilson) in the High Jump. Bethel also finished 4th in the 200 Meters. Corinne Patino
notched a 3rd place in the Pole Vault, Lauren Price took 4th in the 400 Meters, Jess Pentecost grabbed 3rd in the Discus and finished 5th behind Megan Conrad’s 4th place in the Shot Put. Olivia Payne had a 6th place finish in the Long Jump. The Relay team placed 4th in the 4x400, and 5th in the 4x100 and
The Chillicothe Boys 4x800 and 4x400 Relay teams finished first and Dalton Bettendorf took the top spot in the 400 Meter Run. Ben Haller had a 2nd place finish in the 3200 Meter Run and Ryan Mathis placed 3rd in the 800 Meter Run. Chris Powell and Luke Barnes finished 5th and 6th respectively in the 100 Meters, Jonathan Brown was 5th in the 200 Meters and Jayson Howard took 6th in the Shot Put.
GIRLS: Gallia Academy (129), Chillicothe (120), Logan (113), Warren (109), Jackson (52) and Portsmouth (0).
BOYS: Logan (198), Warren (128), Gallia Academy (63.5), Chillicothe (56), Jackson (40) and Portsmouth (37.5).
CLICK HERE to see complete results and times from Baum’s Page.
Hear Dan Ramey's Interviews with Coaches Dana Cousins and Steve Semancik below: