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|
Chillicothe and Athens will have to wait a couple of weeks to complete Tuesday's game following inclement weather.
The Cavaliers held a 12-2 lead on Athens when play was halted in the 4th inning.
The game will be resumed when the Cavs are scheduled to visit Athens on May 9th.
Bri Dawes delivered a single to score Maddie Glendening for the Lady Cavs 5-4 win over Gallia Academy in the 7th.
The Blue Angels got the early advantage scoring three times in the 1st, but the Cavs chipped away at that lead. Chillicothe scored twice in the 1st and added single runs in the 3rd and 5th. Gallia tied the game at 4-4 in the top of the 7th, but Chillicothe got he game winner in their final at bat.
The Cavs pounded out 13 hits, led by Hayley Robinson's 3-for-3 day. Chi Smitley had a homer with two RBI's. But the Cavs needed Dawes' single to avoid extra frames.
Gallia Academy committed three errors on the day.
Chillicothe (10-3/2-4) hosts Athens in a non-conference game Tuesday at 5pm.
The Cavs suffered a heartbreaking loss Monday night after Gallia Academy scored the go ahead run in the top of the 7th inning to win 5-4.
The Blue Devils had jumped out to a 3-0 lead in their first two at batsoff of Cavs starter Austin Elliott, but the Cavs gave Elliott run support with a three spot in the home 3rd inning.
Both teams were scorelessin the 4th and 5th before breaking the ice in the 6th with a run apiece.
Gallia broke the 4-4 tie in the top of the 7th off of Hunter Bevins who allowed just one hit, but walked to batters in the inning.
The Cavs (4-8/1-4) travel to Logan Wednesday.
St. Charles defeated Chillicothe 5-0. The Cavs are now 3-2 and will host Gallia Academy on Thursday.
Chillicothe ran in the Stingel Invitational at Pickerington North Saturday.
The Lady Cavs placed 7th with 46.5 points and the Boys were 14th with 12 points.
The Cavaliers will host the Unioto Shermans Tuesday.
The Cavs scored points in the following events:
4x800 Relay, 7th, Ryan Mathis, Lander Zook, Ben Haller, Donovan Lowe 8:58.11
4x100 Relay, 7th, Jon Brown, Christian Powell, Beaux Johnson, Luke Barnes 46.64
400 Dash, 8th Dalton Bettendorf, 53.97
800 Run, 5th, Ryan Mathis, 2:06.62
3200 Run, 6th Ben Haller, 10:25.15
100 Dash, 1st Megan Osborne, 12.87
4x100 Relay, 8th Megan Osborne, Olivia Payne, Elainie Wilson, Courtney Barnes, 53.87
400 Dash, 6th Tanea Cousins, 1:05.48
300 Hurdles, 8th Elainie Wilson, 53.01
200 Dash, 1st Megan Osborne, 25.32
4x400 Relay, 6th Megan Osborne, Lauren Price, Katie Wetzel, Tanea Cousins, 4:27.16
High Jump, 8th Kali Kight, 4'8"
Jong Jump, 8th Tanea Cousins, 14'9.25"
Discus Throw, 3rd Jessica Pentecost, 100'7"
Shot Put, 2nd Megan Conrad, 33'9"
Pole Vault, 7th Claire Corzine, 8'11.75" and 8th Savannah Bonner 8'6"
SOFTBALL SWEEPS HILLSBORO:
Chillicothe took two games from Hillsboro Saturday, the first one in an extra frame.
The Cavs outlasted Hillsboro 12-11 and beat the Indians in the second game 11-3.
Satrudays games were moved to the Mt. Logan Campus due to the wet grounds in Highland County.
Chillicothe improved to 9-3 with their wins and will host Gallia Academy Monday.
Both the Cavs Baseball and Softball teams suffered defeat in Portsmouth Wednesday.
The Baseball team fell in a slugfest 16-11 while the Lady Cavs came up short 6-5.
Chillicothe Baseball is 3-6 overall and 1-2 in the SEOAL. They'll host New Lexington Thursday.
Chillicothe Softball is now 7-2 overall and 1-2 in the league. The Lady Cavs travel to Warren Friday.
Chillicothe's Boys came out ahead of Washington Court House in their dual meet Tuesday.
The Boys took eleven events to win 74-58.
The Lady Cavs fell to WCH 74-66.
Both teams are back in action at Pickerington North Saturday morning.
The Softball Cavaliers improved to 7-1 after handing Zane Trace a 6-2 loss.
The Baseball team lost a close one to the Pioneers 9-8. Chillicothe slips to 3-5.
Chillicothe picked up its second Tennis victory Monday by sweeping Logan in their first SEOAL match of the season.
Noah Adams earned a 6-4, 6-4 win in 1st Singles, Nick Whalen scored a 6-3, 6-2 win in 2nd Singles and Frankie Whalen took the 3rd Singles match 6-3,6-3.
In Doubles, the 1st team of Noah Wright Piekarski/Gabe Preston took a 7-5, 3-6, 6-4 decision and in 2nd Doubles, Stephen Gilliland/Mark Hirsch completed the sweep with a 6-2,7-5 victory.
The Cavs' record moves to 2-1, 1-0 and return to action Wednesday with Jackson at OU-C.
Chillicothe (6-1/1-1) suffered its first loss Friday, falling to Jackson 5-4, but bounced back with a doubleheader sweep of East Clinton on Saturday, 13-3 and 12-2. The Cavs head to Zane Trace Tuesday.
Like the Lady Cavs, the Baseball team dropped a 7-2 decision to the Ironmen, but rebounded with a sweep of the Astros 12-10 and 8-2. Chillicothe (3-4/1-1) will also travel to Zane Trace Tuesday.
Chillicothe trailed by five goals at halftime, but pulled within two by the end of their battle at Pickerington North 10-8.
Scoring goals for Cavs LAX, Kaitlyn Cunningham (4), Sarah Lossie (3) and Olivia Long (1). Goalie Abigail Guerra made 7 saves on 17 shots on goal.
Chillicothe (1-3) plays at Big Walnut on April 16th.
TRACK & FIELD:
The Lady Cavs placed 8th (45 points) and the Boys 20th (7 points) in the Hilliard Davidson Wildcat Premiere Invitational.
For the Boys, scoring points in the running events: Dalton Bettendorf placed 6th in the 400 Meter Dash, the 4 x 800 Relay team of Ryan Mathis, Bettendorf, Jacob Scharfetter and Jack Whalen placed 6th and the Distance Medley team of Mathis, Donovan Lowe, Scharfetter and Ben Haller placed 8th.
For the Girls, scoring points in the running events: Megan Osborne took second place finishes in the 200 and 400 Meter Dashes, the 4 x 100 Relay of Osborne, Kylie Bethel, Courtney Barnes and Tanea Cousins finished 7th, Elainie Wilson was 5th in the 100 Meter Hurdles.
Scoring in the Field Event Relays: Shot Put (6th) team of Megan Conrad, Jessica Pentecost and Jasmine Helton: Discus (2nd) team of Pentecost, Conner Watkins and Conrad; High Jump (3rd) team of Kylie Bethel, Wilson and Kali Kight and Pole Vault (2nd) team of Corinne Petino, Savannah Bonner and Claire Corzine.
The Cavs Track and Field team run at Washington Court House Tuesday.
The Lady Cavs Softball defeated Huntington 12-2 in 6 innings Thursday.
Kayla Keener picked up the win going all 6 innings, striking out 4 and walking none.
At the plate, Hayley Woodbridge went 3-4 with 4 RBI, Chi Smitley had a 2-run HR to start the scoring for Chillicothe in the fourth.
Chillicothe (4-0/1-0) hosts Jackson Friday.
TENNIS NETS FIRST WIN:
Chillicothe tagged Hillsboro 4-1 Thursday in Highland County.
Noah Adams suffered the lone loss on the day, falling 6-2, 6-4 in the 1st Singles match.
Nick Whalen earned a win in 2nd Singles (6-2, 6-0), Frankie Whalen took the 3rd Singles match (6-2, 6-1). The 1st Doubles team of Noah Wright Piekarski and Gabe Preston won (6-1, 6-1) as did Jacob Hirsch and Mark Hirsch in 2nd Doubles (6-4, 3-6, 6-2).
The Cavs improved to 1-1 and will face Logan Tuesday.
LACROSSE AND BASEBALL DROP GAMES:
Chillicothe had a tough time with Huntington, falling 13-0 to the Huntsmen to slip to 1-3.
The Cavs LAX team had their hands full at Westerville South, dropping an 18-2 decision.
Kaitlyn Cunningham scored both Chillicothe goals.
The Cavs (1-2) head to Pickerington North Saturday.