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Lakota West 2014
Fall Sports Results
11/24/2014 1:00 PM 

Boys Cross Country

Date

Event

School Placing

Winning Individual

Top West Finishers

8/18

Sycamore Sunset Invitational

9 Schools Competing
1. Kings 52
2. Anderson 100
3. Mason 104
4. West 111
-- other GMC --
6. Fairfield 122
8. Sycamore 191

Zach Birdsall 
(Fairfield)
17:10

Josh Oeters (17:27) 4th/4th
Conner Cunningham (18:32) 12th/13th
Noah Mang (18:52) 18th/19th
Garrett Shelby (19:35) 33rd/38th
Jacob Moore (20:26) 43rd/62nd

8/23

Finish Timing XC Classic
at Wilmington College

22 Schools Competing
1. Elder 38
2. LaSalle 81
3. West 115
4. Unioto 141
-- other GMC --
6. Mason 178

Michael Huschart
(Elder)
16:52

Josh Oeters (16:57) 4th/4th
Garrett Shelby (17:53) 20th/21st
Luke Johnston (17:55) 21st/22nd
Conner Cunningham (18:00) 23rd/25th
Noah Mang (18:48) 47th/55th

9/6

Tiffin CC Carnival
Div. 1A

45 Schools Competing
1. St. Ignatius 102 /39
2. St. Xavier 102 /60
3. New Albany 155
-- GMC --
17. West 547
30. Colerain 754

Michael Vitucci
(St. Xavier)
15:22

Josh Oeters (16:23) 38th
Luke Johnston (16:58) 84th
Shelby Garrett (17:06) 101st
Conner Cunningham (17:18) 116th
Noah Mang (17:58) 208th

9/13

Alliance Runnning
Invitational, Clayton, O.

22 Schools Competing
1. Tippecanoe 71
2. Lakota East 73
3. Elder 98
-- other GMC --
6. Colerain 194
7. Oak Hills 215
8. West 220

J.T. Mackay
(Northmont)
15:40

Josh Oeters (16:42) 9th/9th
Conner Cunningham (17:12) 26th/26th
Garrett Shelby (17:21) 43rd/43rd
Noah Mang (17:48) 70th/71st
Ethan Quimby (17:52) 72nd/75th

9/20

Cedarville Friendship
Invitational

24 Schools Competing
1. Hilliard Darby 53
2. LaSalle 83
3. West 96
4. Fairfield 148
5. Mason 431
6. …

Ben Stites
(Wyoming)
16:24

Josh Oeters (16:43) 4th
Garrett Shelby (17:20) 18th
Luke Johsston (17:25) 21st
Conner Cunningham (17:30) 25th
Noah Mang (17:33) 28th

9/23

Kings Invitational
at Landen-
Deerfield Park

9 Schools Competing
1. Kings 37
2. Anderson 51
3. Indian Hill 58
4. …
7. West 'JV' 195

Nick Stone
(Anderson)
16:36

Taylor Shumaker (19:19) 41st/50th
Andy Dembicky (19:28) 34th/37th
Nathan Gregory (19:43) 36th/40th
Jacob Moore (20:50) 46th/54th
Zach Meyers (20:56) 48th/56th

9/27

Neal Charske 
Firebird Invitational,
Fairmont H.S.

19 Schools Competing
1. LaSalle 70
2. Elder 78
3. Beavercreek  84
4. West 134
-- other GMC --
6. Fairfield 157
15. Hamilton 352
16. Middletown 409

Harish Prabhakarsan
(Beavercreek)
16:24

Josh Oeters (16:41) 4th
Garrett Shelby (17:30) 23rd
Luke Johnston (17:35) 26th
Conner Cunningham (17:46) 35th
Noah Mang (18:05) 46th

10/4

Rocket Invitational
at Anna, H.S.


23 Schools Competing
1. LaSalle 53
2. Anna 108
3. Russia 110
4. Bellfontaine 112
4. West 123
5. …

Alex Rigg
(Lima Central Catholic)
16:51

Garrett Shelby (17:36) 19th/20th
Luke Johnston (17:37) 20th/21st
Josh Oeters (17:41) 22nd/23rd
Conner Cunningham (17:45) 24th/25th
Ethan Quimby (18:30) 38th/40th 

10/11

Greater Miami Conference
Championship Meet
at Voice of America Park

1. Lakota East 38
2. Mason 47
3. Sycamore 75
4. Colerain 133
5. West 142
6. Oak Hills 156
7. Fairfield 171
8. Middletown 239
9. Princeton 240
10. Hamilton 251

Nick Grismer
(Mason)
15:30

Josh Oeters (16:26) 12th …………..All GMC 1st team
Luke Johnston (17:05) 28th ……….All GMC 2nd team
Garrett Shelby (17:09) 30th
Conner Cunningham (17:14) 32nd
Ethan Quimby (17:41) 40th

87th OHSAA Division 1 State Tournament
190 Teams Competing

10/18

Race B Group
Southwest District
Meet at 
Voice of America Park

14 Schools Competing
1. Mason 19
2. Sycamore 92
3. LaSalle 118
4. Moeller 154
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5. Kings 163
6. West 166
7. …

Top 4 Advance

Nick Grismer 
(Mason)
15:50

Josh Oeters (16:22) 10th
Garrett Shelby (17:05) 30th
Luke Johnston (17:17) 37th
Conner Cunningham (17:20) 40th
Ethan Quimby (17:43) 49th

Oeters will advance as an individual
to the Regional Meet.

10/25

Soutwest Ohio
Regional Meet
at Troy

16 Schools Competing
1. Mason 55
2. St. Xavier 66
3. Lakota East 86
4. Beavercreek 95
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5. …

Top 4 teams advance to
State Championship

Michael Vitucci
(St. Xavier)
15.36

Josh Oeters (16:58) 38th

a top 16 finish required to
advance to State meet


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Girls Cross Country

Date

Event

School Placing

Winning Individual

Top West Finishers

8/18 Sycamore Sunset Invitational

9 Schools Competing
1. Sycamore 42
2. Loveland 66
3. West 84
-- other GMC --
5. Mason 141
8. Fairfield 177

Rosie Menyhert (Sycamore) 19:40

Meredith Elstun (21:27) 9th
Emma Cunningham (21:57) 11th
Alexandra Hausfeld (22:19) 17th
Gloria Corona-Luna (22:33) 23rd
Emily Elston (22:50) 24th

8/23 Finish Timing XC Classic
at Wilmington College

13 Schools Competing
1. Mason 23
2. West 63
3. New Richmond 105
4. Unioto 149
5. …

Maegan Murphy
(Mason)
19:32

Gloria Corona-Luna (19:58) 4th/4th
Meredith Elstun (21:04) 10th/10th
Emma Cunningham (21:15) 12th/12th
Taylor Helmes (21:47) 16th/19th
Emily Elstun (22:27) 21st/29th

9/6

Tiffin CC Carnival
Div. 1A

37 Schools Competing
1. Centerville 92
2. Perrysberg 104
3. Nordonia 199
-- GMC --
6. West 297
19. Colerain 532

Lainey Studebaker
(Centerville)
18:11

Gloria Corona-Luna (19:22) 28th
Meredith Elstun  (19:39) 38th
Kelly McManus (19:48) 43rd
Emma Cunningham (20:17) 72nd
Alexandra Hausfeld (20:52) 116th

9/13

Alliance Runnning
Invitational, Clayton, O.

16 Schools Competing
1. West 96
2. Tippecanoe 112
3. Mercy 130
4. Colerain
5. Lakota East 145
-- other GMC --
13. Oak Hills 335

Jessie Hartman
(Lebanon)
18:59

Meredith Elstun (19:45) 7th/7th
Kelly McManus (20:14) 13th/13th
Emma Cunningham (20:18) 18th/18th
Alexandra Hausfeld (20:41) 28th/28th
Emily Elstun (20:44) 30th/30th

9/20

Cedarville Friendship
Invitational

22 Schools Competing
1. Olentangy Liberty 49
2. West 59
3. Troy 112
4. McAuley 130
-- other GMC --
12. Fairfield 330

Claire Wiles
(Olentangy Liberty)
18:56

Kelly McManus (19:42) 5th
Gloria Corona-Luna (20:04) 8th
Meredith Elstun (20:23) 11th
Emma Cunningham (20:41) 14th
Alexandra Hausfeld (20:56) 21st/22nd

9/23

Kings Invitational
at Landen-
Deerfield Park

11 Schools Competing
1. Sycamore 36
2. Turpin 39
3. Kings 57
4. …
9. West 'JV' 245

Rose Menyhert
(Sycamore)
18:53

Alexandria Gregory (22:46) 41st/50th
Megan Quinn (22:48) 45th/59th
Kylie Marshall (22:59) 47th/59th
Camile Johnston (23:14) 51st/71st
Rylie Wogensthal (24:35) 61st/120th

9/27

Neal Charske 
Firebird Invitational,
Fairmont H.S.

12 Schools Competing
1. West 49
2. McAuley 76
3. Seton 89
4. Bellbrook
-- other GMC --
8. Fairfield 203

Erica Schloemer
(Seton)
19:09

Kelly McManus (19:35) 2nd
Gloria Corona-Luna (19:58) 4th
Meredith Elstun (20:46) 11th
Emma Cunningham (20:54) 15th
Emily Elstun (20:56) 17th

10/4

Rocket Invitational
at Anna, H.S.

20 Schools Competing
1. West 45
2. McAuley 57
3. Russia 72
4. Seton 194
5. …

Emily Sreehan 
(Lima Central Catholic)
19:07

Gloria Corona-Luna (19:11) 2nd/2nd
Meridith Elstun (19:52) 8th/8th
Emma Cunningham (19:55) 10th/10th
Kelly McManus (20:09) 11th/11th
Alexandra Hausfeld (20.29) 14th/14th 

10/11

Greater Miami Conference
Championship Meet
at Voice of America Park

1. Mason 25
2. West 66
3. Lakota East 82
4. Colerain 104
5. Sycamore 120
6. Oak Hills 129
7. Princeton 207
8. Fairfield 214
--. Middletown DNC
--. Hamilton DNC

Maegan Murphy
(Mason)
18:16

Kelly McManus (19:33) 9th ………..All GMC 1st team
Gloria Corona (19:50) 11th ……….All GMC 1st team
Meredith Elstun (19:57) 13th ……..All GMC 1st team
Emma Cunningham (20:03) 14th…All GMC 1st team
Alexandra Hausfeld (20:18) 19th…All GMC 2nd team

37th OHSAA Division 1 State Tournament
169 Teams Competing

10/18

Race B Group
Southwest District
Meet at 
Voice of America Park

14 Schools Competing
1. West 66
2. Walnut Hills 104
3. Lakota East 109
4. St. Ursula 115
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5. …

Top 4 advance

Erica Schloemer
(Seton)
18:46

Gloria Corona-Luna (19:01) 4th
Kelly McManus (19:34) 9th
Meredith Elstun (19:43) 14th
Emma Cunningham (19:46) 16th
Alexandra Hausfeld (20:10) 23rd

10/25

Southwest Ohio 
Regional Meet

16 Schools Competing
1. Mason 56
2. Centerville 75
3. Beavercreek 107
4. Lakota East
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5. …
13. West 276

 Top 4 teams advance to
State Championship

Annie Hefferman
(St. Ursula)
18:14

Kelly McManus (20:03) 25th/31st
Meridith Elstun (20:35) 40th/47th
Emma Cunningham (21:09) 59th/67th
Alexandra Hausfeld (21:30) 66th/76th
Taylor Helmes (22:16) 87th/98th

a top 16 finish required to
advance to State meet


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Football

Date

Opponent

W/L

Score

Overall
Record

GMC
Record

Highlights

Stats

8/29 Loveland W 49-46 1-0 0-0 West prevailed over the defending D-2 State Champion Loveland Tigers. Loveland  entered the season as the #1 ranked D-2 team in Cincinnati. West was down by seven points less than 30 seconds into the contest but quickly rebounded to take the lead for good before the 1st quarter ended. In this streak QB Blake Darland ran in a TD from 5 yards out and threw pass completions  for TD's of 48 yards and 5 yards to Mykel Chambers and Dante Jones respectively. In the second stanza Darland connected on TD throws of 53 yards and 52 yards to Zelwyn  Robinson to keep the Tigers at bay, 35-24, at the intermission. Robinson caught his school record breaking 3rd TD pass early in the 3rd quarter, again from Darland, enabling West to preserve their lead of 11 points entering the final stanza. Loveland briefly pulled to within 3 points (42-39) with 7:34 to play only to see their deficit increase to 10 points as Mykel Chambers ran the ensuing kick-off 97 yards and back into the Tiger end zone.  The Tigers managed to get to within 3 points (49-46) again with just under 3 minutes to go. The Firebird defense closed out the game with a goal line stand as time expired to preserve the win. Darland passed for 356 yards and 5 TD's both Lakota School District records. Zelwyn Robinson had 133 receiving yards followed closely by Dante Jones with 106.  Zelwyn reached pay dirt three times setting a Lakota West receiving record. Jack Nguyen, who scored earlier in the week for the Firebirds as a soccer forward, was a perfect 7 of 7 kicking extra points . C.J. Stalker had a team leading 9 tackles (4 solo). Stats
9/5 at Elder L 21-51 1-1 0-0 West opened the scoring just 2 minutes into the game when Braxton Neal scored on a 25 yard run.  Elder tied the game 3 min. later only to see the Firebirds regain the lead (14-7) following a Blake Darland/Zelwyn Robinson pass play that covered 80 yards on the first play from scrimmage following Elders first TD.  Undaunted the Panthers surged back to regain the lead (14-21) by adding two more TD's,  the second one coming seconds before the first quarter ended.   A Darland to Mykel Chambers scoring pass play covered 52 yards to bring the Firebirds back to within 7 (21-28) with 5:10 remaining in the first half.  From that point on Elder, hitting on all cylinders both offensively and defensively, put the game out of West's reach.  Darland accumulated 213 passing yards and Kole Gentry carried the ball 17 times gaining a team leading 113 yards.  Zelwyn Robinson just missed the century mark with 4 catches totaling 99 yards to lead the team in that department.  Jack Nguyen was 3 for 3 kicking the extra points.  Defensive lineman Troy Jones was the leading Firebird tackler with 9 stops (8 solo) Stats
9/12 Wayne L 29-34 1-2 0-0

West scored when Will Nguyen, filling in for his brother injured place kicker Jack Nguyen, made good on a 22 yard field goal four minutes into the game.  Although West controlled the ball for most of the first quarter the score still stood at 3-0 when the period ended.  The Firebirds engineered a long drive of 90 yards in 17 plays which was completed when Blake Darland ran a 6 yard keeper play to stretch the West lead to 10-0.  Wayne  rebounded  to take the lead 10-13, 10 seconds before the first half ended.  Early in the third quarter Darland completed a 26 yard pass play to Dante Horton to restore the Firebird lead, 17-13.  Back came the Warriors to force the third lead change of the game by forging ahead 17-20.  With 9 seconds to go in the third period Wayne scored again to stretch their lead to ten points (17-27).  The Firebirds ground out a 7 play, 71 yard drive early in the final stanza which ended with a Gentry one yard rush to get West within 4 points (23-27).  As the quarter wound down Wayne and West swapped TD drives to set the final score at 29-34.  West final TD came on a 45 yard pass play from Darland to Braxton Neal, with 5:02 left in the game. Both defenses stiffened and 29-34 was where the scoring ended.  Blake Darland passed the ball for 226 yards completing 17 of 30 with no interceptions.  Dante Jones was Darland's favorite target reeling in 6 catches totaling 98 yards.  Kole Gentry was the leading rusher in the game with 27 carries for 140 yards gained.  C.J. Stalker made a team leading 8 tackles, all solo, and was credited with a sac.  Michael Tshabola had 7 solo tackles. Luc Gendrue was credited with the only pass interception of the game.

Stats
9/19 at Middletown W 27-24 2-2 1-0

West pulled out an important win in their conference opener at Middletown.  The Firebirds trailed 0-10 early in the second quarter, forced a lead change midway through the second quarter after scoring on a Kole Gentry 3 yard rush, and a Mykel Chambers 85 yard punt return to put West on top 14-10.  Middletown regained the lead, 14-17, 48 seconds before the intermission.  Things were looking  bleak by the end of the third period when the Middies stretched their lead to ten, 14-24.  In the fourth quarter the Firebirds began to hit their stride fashioning a 9 play, 65 yard drive which culminated in another Gentry TD run to set the score at 20-24 with 6:58 remaining.  Middletown was forced to turn the ball over on downs leaving West with 63 yards to go and 4:25 to do it.  On the next to last play of the drive Gentry ran the ball 16 yards to the Middie 3 yard line and then walked it into the end zone on the next play putting West back into the lead, 27-24, with 1:31 remaining.  Middletown got back into Firebird territory and on 4th and 10 tried a desperation 52 yard field goal with 18 seconds showing on the clock, only to see it blocked. Kole Gentry was the leading rusher in the game with 165 yards leading to 3 TD's.  Blake Darland was the leading passer completing 17 of 28 for 175 yards. Zelwyn Robinson was the games leading receiver catching 8 for a total of 91 yards.  Devin Pearson had a game high 13 tackles (8 solo) and was in on two tackles for loss.  West defenders Troy Jones and Clayton Bell got the only sacks in the game.   Jones was credited with 7 tackles total, including a sack and another tackle for loss.

Stats
9/26 Colerain L 21-30 2-3 1-1 West ultimately fell to Colerain in a back and forth game that  featured a tie and three lead changes.  West scored on their opening drive moving the ball 78 yards with 16 plays in five minutes to take the early lead 7-0. That score came on a Kole Gentry 1 yard plunge and a Will Nguyen extra point conversion.  Colerain answered with a  71 yard 12 play drive to tie the game 7-7 near the end of the first quarter.  Colerain forced the first lead change with a second quarter  TD but missed the extra point.  Lead Change number two came when the Firebirds scored on a 37 yard pass play from Blake Darland to Zelwyn Robinson followed by another Nguyen extra point kick that put West back in the lead 14-13.  West was unable to pick up a critical first down on fourth and inches with 40 seconds remaining in the half to open the door for Colerain to regain the lead 14-16 with a 45 yard FG as time expired.  The Firebirds went into the final stanza down 14-23 but ground out an 11 play, 81 yard drive to pull to within two points (21-23) with 7:35 remaining. The Colerain defense held forcing a West fourth down fumble on their own 10 that the Cardinals recovered and took to the end zone to set the final score at 21-30.Darland scored the TD on a 3 yard keeper play. With 2 minutes remaining West had the ball and a first down on their own 21 yard line needing to at least get to within field goal range for a chance to win.   Darland completed 22 of 36 passes with no interceptions totaling 236 yards through the air.  Zelwyn Robinson had game high receiving totals of 7 catches and 85 yards.  Kole Gentry was the Firebirds leading ground gainer with 21 carries totaling 56 yards. C.J. Stalker led all tacklers with 11 (8 solo).  Stalker was also credited with the Firebirds only sack.  Stats
10/3 Hamilton W

49-21

3-3 2-1

Forty-three seconds into the game Blake Darland connected with Mykel Chambers on a pass play good for 55 yards and a touchdown. That set the tone and the Firebirds were never threatened by the Big Blue.  Over the course of the next three quarters Kole Gentry rushed for five TD's tying the Lakota West single game scoring record that had been set by Mike Lovell in 2001.  Following a Dan Otakasongo 4 yard rushing TD near the end of the third quarter which gave West a 49-14 lead all the starters were given the rest of the evening off.  Jack Nguyen was a perfect 7 of 7 kicking extra points.  Kole Gentry ran the ball for a game high  and personal best 215 yards.  Gentry also caught 3 passes for a team leading 69 yards receiving.  Blake Darland completed 10 of 16 passes for a game leading total of 183 yards.  C.J. Stalker brought down 15 Hamilton runners, 11 with unassisted tackles.  Firebird defenders returned the pigskin a whopping 148 yards following three pass interceptions; one by Marcos Aull for 76 yards, one by Clayton Bell for 50 yards, and another by Sean Mahone for 22 yards.  Bell, Aull, and Mahone also contributed 6, 4, and 2 tackles respectively.  Devin Pearson was a stalwart on the defensive line making 6 tackles and gathering in a fumble recovery.

Stats
10/10 at Sycamore W 27-13 4-3 3-1

There were two constants in tonight's game.  West never trailed and the rain never stopped.  The Firebirds scored in the first quarter when Kole Gentry ran the ball 15 yards for a TD.  West scored their second TD through the air via a 22 yard pass play from Blake Darland to Dante Jones.  The Firebirds dominated play in the first half earning twice as many first downs (10 vs. 5) and gaining over three times as many yards (181-56) as the Aviators. Still, Sycamore came out fired up after the intermission.  They scored a TD early in the third quarter, and soon thereafter drove the ball into West territory threatening to tie for the lead.  The Firebirds were able to stem the Sycamorer tide before the Aves could catch up however.  Three minutes into the fourth quarter a 38 yard Jack Nguyen field goal set the score at 17-7 but the Aviators countered with a TD of their own just 40 seconds later to pull within 4 points (17-13).  Gentry scored with a 35 yard run to give the red and white some breathing room (24-13) five minutes into the last stanza.  With 1:33 on the clock Jack Nguyen hit on his second field goal try of the evening, this time a 30 yarder,  boosting the West lead to 14 (27-13).  Kole Gentry  was an offensive dynamo with 36 carries for 213 yards, just two less than his previous single game high set last Friday.  Although slowed somewhat by the inclement weather Blake Darland continues to pile up yards through the air completing 10 of 20 passes for 90 yards.  Braxtron Neal was West's leading receiver with 3 catches totaling 43 yards.  Jack Nguyen was an impeccable 2 for 2 kicking field goals, and two for two kicking extra points.  Luc Gendreau led the team with 8 total tackles.  Even Ellis was credited with the most solo tackles, 4. Mykel Chambers was all over the field gathering in three pass receptions, running back two punts, running back a kick off for 46 yards, and last but far from least intercepting an Aves pass and running it bad 35 yards.  Evan Ellis was the only Firebird to be credited with a sack.

Stats
10/17 Mason  L 7-23 4-4 3-2 West received the opening kickoff and marched  down the field to put 7 points on the scoreboard in the first two minutes of the game.  Kole Gentry scored on a 2 yard run   In the next two minutes the Firebirds held the Comets to three plays from scrimmage and a punt.  This promising 4 minute beginning of unbridled success was followed by 44 minutes of unbridled frustration.  The Firebirds were unable to score another point,  while the Comets regrouped and added 23.  Mason surged by West with two TD's late in the first half, the final one 18 seconds before the half ended.  That gave them a 7-14 lead going into the intermission.  The Comets improved their lead to 7-21 late in the third quarter.  With a minute to go the Firebirds took a team safety following a bad snap to set the final score at 7-23.   Blake Darland threw for 16 completions in 24 attempts gaining a game high 193 yards through the air.  Darland raised his passing yardage total for the season to 1672 topping the previous Lakota West record of 1508 set by Dustin Huff in 2005.  Darlands favorite targets were Braxton Neal with 4 catches for 54 yards and Mykel Chambers with 4 for 46 yards. C.J. Stalker was the games leading tackler with 18 (11 solo). Stats
10/24 at Fairfield L 5-14 4-5 3-3

The Lakota West touchdown drought that started in the first quarter last week continues.  Early in the game the Firebirds got to the Indian one yard line but turned the ball over on downs. Still with 6:10 remaining in the first quarter West did post a score when Luc Gendreu blocked a Fairfield punt in the endzone for a safety giving West the lead, 2-0 which they made last till well into the third quarter.  Early in the third period Fairfield scored on a 79 yard pass play to take the lead , 2-7.  With 4:29 left in the third stanza Jack Nguyen kicked a 30 yard field goal allowing the Firebirds to draw within two, 5-7.  The back breaker came when the Indians broke another long pass play, this time for 59 yards, and another TD. That gave them a 5-14 lead with only 3:06 remaining in the game.  The Firebird's frustrations continued as they failed in their attempts to put any more points on the board. Blake Darland passed for 183 yards bringing his season total to a Lakota district record 1855.  This surpasses the previous high mark of 1758 set by Keith Johnson of Lakota during the 1986 season.  Mykel Chambers had team high's of 5 pass catches and 78 yards.  Zelwyn Robinson picked up 60 yards with three kick returns and 49 more with one long punt return totaling 109 special team yards for the night.  Kole Gentry led the team in rushing with 12 carries totaling 68 yards.   C.J. Stalker had a team high 8 tackles (5 solo), one resulting in a sack.  Sean Mahone and Devin Pearson were each credited with two tackles for loss.

Stats
10/31 Lakota East  W 24-7 5-5 4-3 The Firebirds weathered a first quarter touchdown by East and then proceeded to take out a seasons worth of frustration on the Hawks by running off 24 unanswered points.   West came back to take the lead in the second quarter behind the combination of  a 27 yard field goal from Jack Nguyen and a 4 yard TD run by Kole Gentry. Gentry's go ahead score came just 18 seconds before the first half ended and capped a 7 play 40 yard drive.  Dan Otakasongo ripped off a 39 yard scoring run late in the third quarter to give the Firebirds some breathing room with a 17-7 lead.  The clincher came on a 5 play, 58 yard scoring drive in the final period.  Four of the five plays were Gentry rushes totaling 40 yards including the final 2 on a TD plunge to put the Firebirds ahead by a commanding 24-7 lead.  The final 10:45 of the game was played between the 20 yard lines.  Gentry was the games leading rusher with 101 yards marking the seventh game this season in which he reached the century mark.  Blake Darland was the games leading passer with a workman like 70 yards, connecting on 8 of 15 with no interceptions.  Jack Nguyen chipped in with 3 extra point kicks to go with his field goal to register another perfect kicking performance.  C.J. Stalker recorded a game high 13 tackles raising his career tackle total to an even 200.  He becomes just the third Firebird to reach the 200 tackle milestone.  Devon Pearson turned in a superb all around performance which included a sack, a fumble recovery, 6 tackles, and generally leading the charge from the defensive line.  Stats

43rd Ohio (OHSAA) State Championship Playoffs
32 of 72 D-1 Schools Qualified

11/8 at Centerville W 21-15 6-5

West handed the Centerville Elks their first loss of the year setting up a rematch with the Lakota East Thunderhawks.  Centerville drew first blood with a 28 yard field goal 4 minutes into the game.  The Firebirds responded on the very next possession taking the ball 62 yards in 7 plays to give themselves the lead (7-3) following an 8 yard Cole Gentry run.  Centerville regained the lead with a TD 5 seconds into the second quarter but missed the extra point.  Centerville advantage 9-7.  Twenty-seven seconds before the intermission Blake Darland threw a bomb to Mykel Chambers that went for 43 yards and a TD to give the Firebirds a 14-9 lead at the half.  West received  the kickoff opening the second half and promptly marched the ball 67 yards downfield increasing their lead to 21-9.  Zelwyn Robinson had the honor of carrying the pigskin the final yard for the score.  Centerville threatened to score in a first and goal situation at the West 9 yard line near the end of the third quarter but were thwarted by the Firebird defense forcing the frustrated Elks to turn the ball over on downs at the one yard line.  The Firebirds mounted another goal line stand near the en of the final stanza.  The Elks had to use five plays (one repeat on a penalty) and 1:19 to score after having the ball 1st and goal on the West 1 yard line.  With that touchdown Centerville narrowed the West lead to 21-15 but once again they missed the extra point.  That was as close as the Elks could get as the two teams exchanged possessions as time ran out.  Blake Darland connected on 15 of 25 throws gaining 194 yards.  Zelwyn Robinson made 7 catches for a team high 86 yards receiving.  Kole Gentry had team highs of 17 carries and 65 yards.  Chambers, in addition to the 43 yard pass play, had a 54 yard kickoff return and a 21 yard punt return to amass 116 all purpose yards.  Jack Nguyen was 2 for 2 kicking extra points.  C.J. Stalker was the leading tackler in the game with 12 tackles (10 solo).

Stats
11/15 Lakota East
at Mason
W 52-27 7-5

West made history by being the first Lakota school to advance to the third round (round of 8) in the OHSAA playoffs.  The Firebirds forged a methodical 86 yard, 12 play drive that ended with a Kole Gentry TD giving them a 7-0 lead 5:26 into the game only to see it undone by a 72 yard scoring run by East to tie the game on the next play from scrimmage. Undeterred the Firebirds regained their seven point advantage following a Blake Darland to Mykel Chambers 69 yard pass play before the first quarter ended.  In the second stanza the West offense went into high gear producing three more touchdowns.   The first was on a Zelwyn Robinson 40 yard scamper, the second on another Darland to Chambers pass play, this time for 11 yards, and the third on a Darland to Braxton Neal 60 yard connection to end the first half.  Darland and Neal hooked up again, this time for 15 yards  to open the second half scoring.  At that point the Thunderhawks found themselves in a 42-7 hole and the humiliation of having the running clock mercy rule evoked.  East managed to right their ship somewhat by scoring the next three TD's, and twice regaining ball possession by employing on side kicks.  This brought the Hawks to within 15 (42-27) with 7:40 remaining in the game.  At that point the Firebirds dashed East's hopes by adding to their total with a 7 yard rushing touch down by Robinson and a 32 yard field goal by Jack Nguyen.  Nguyen turned in his typical perfect evening kicking, scoring on 7 of 7 extra point attempts and his lone field goal attempt.  The two teams combined total of 79 points made this the highest scoring game in the 18 game East/West series.  West now leads the series 12-6. Blake Darland continues to raise the Lakota district single season passing yards record adding another 273 this game, 217 of which came in the decisive first half.  In addition Darland raised his passes for touchdown  season total to 17 which is a new record for both Lakota West and the Lakota School District.  The previous record holders were Dustin Huff, Lakota West, with 14 in 2005, and Rob Rohrbach, Lakota, with 15 in 1989.  Braxton Neal collected 5 pass catches for a game leading 102 yards.  Chambers was close behind with 5 for 96 yards.  Zelwyn Robinson had the most successful catches, six.  Robinson was also the leading rusher in the game with 108 yards, closely followed by Kole Gentry with 105.  C.J. Stalker and Devin Pearson were each credited with 10 tackes, 7 solo for Stalker and 6 for Pearson.  Both Donte Horton and Evan Ellis registered QB sacks.  Payton Porterfield, Marcus Aull, and Sean Mahone each had pass interceptions.  This trio caught nearly as many Thunderhawk passes, three vs. four, as did the Lakota  East receiving corp.

Stats
11/15

Wayne 
at Dayton, Welcome
Stadium, Tournament 
Round of 8

L 3-38 7-6

West got off to a fast start by receiving the opening kick and moving the ball back into Wayne territory with a 9 play 56 yard drive capped by a Jack Nguyen 31 yard field goal. That gave the Firebirds an early but short lived lead.  Wayne was quick to respond answering with a 5 play, 56 yard drive of their own to force a lead change just 4 minutes into the first quarter (3-7).  The Warriors struck again late in the first quarter boosting their advantage to 3-14 before the period ended.  West made several excursions into Wayne territory but all further scoring efforts by the Firebirds were thwarted.  West had 4 red-zone scoring chances but these chances  only yielded the opening 3 points. In the mean time  the Wayne offense was methodical producing single touchdowns in each of the final three quarters, They also scored with a field goal of their own in the second stanza.  Jack Nguyen kept his perfect kicking record intact by making his 6th field goal in 6 tries this season.  In earlier games he was on target with 34 of 34 extra point kicks.  Blake Darland passed for a game high total of 203 yards.  Zelwyn Robinson had team leading totals of 6 catches and 69 yards receiving.  Kole Gentry tallied 100 yards of total offense, 54 rushing and 46 receiving.  Devin Pearson was the leading tackler with 9 (6 solo) followed closely by C.J. Stalker with 8 (6 solo) and Jalan Long 6 total all solo.  Pearson was credited with a team best two tackles for loss.  Long was credited with a fumble forced and a fumble recovery combination that stopped a probable Wayne score in the second half.

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Boys Golf

Date

Event

Team Placings

Medalists Other West Scores

W/L

Event Notes
8/6

Middletown Quad Match

1. Beavercreek 302
2. West 333
3. Middletown 353
4. Hamilton 374

Ryan Flick (Beavercreek)
4 under par 68 at
Weatherwax G.C.
(woodside & highlands 9's)
6625 yards

Chase Martini 77
Logan Thomas 80
Tommy Tran 87
Conner Brown 89

2-1  
8/7

Anderson Invitational

16 Schools Competing
1. Mason 301
2. St. Xavier 332
3. LaSalle 317
--other GMC--
6. Lakota East 324
12. West 352
14. Middletown 379
19. Hamilton 384

Scott Purvis (Mason),
2 under par 70 at
Legendary Run C.C.
6500 yards

Tommy Tran 85
Chase Martini 86
Nathan Benning 90
Logan Thomas 91

2-1
8/8

Indian Hill Invitational

21 Schools Competing
1. Oakwood
2. McNicholas 315
3. Moeller 315
4. Fairfield  331
-- other GMC --
9. Mason 337
10. Sycamore 339
16. West 344
17. Lakota East 346
18. Colerain 356

Chase Fredrick (Oakwood)
Chris Dunne (McNicholas)
1 over par 73 at
Hamilton Elks C.C.
(red & white 9's)
6400 yards

Chase Martini 75
Logan Thomas 83
Conner Brown 89
Charlie Minneci 97

2-1  
8/12

Lebanon Invitational

18 Schools Competing
1. Springboro 306
2. Mason 309
3. Beavercreek 315
4. Lakota East 315
5. Fairfield 327
6. Mason 'B' 333
7. Sycamore 334
-- other GMC --
13. West 341
17. Middletown 377

Scott Purvis (Mason)
1 over par 73 at
Shaker Run G.C.
(meadows/lakeside 9's)
6550 yards

Chase Martini 77
Tommy Tran 86
Nathan Benning 88
Conner Brown 90

2-1  
8/13

Lakota East Invitational

11 Schools Competing
1. Springboro
2. Lakota East 301
3. Mason 307
-- other GMC --
8. Sycamore 323
11. West 327

Josh Gilkison (Springboro)
3 under par 69 at
Four Bridges C.C.
6800 yards

Logan Thomas 79
Chase Martini 81
Conner Brown 81
Tommy Tran 86

2-1  
8/14 Centerville Invitational

15 Schools Competing
1. Dublin Jerome 283
2. New Albany 290
3. St. Charles 292
-- other GMC --
9. Lakota East 313
14. West 333

Hand (Wheeling Park, W. Va.)
6 under par 66 at
Yankee Trace G.C.
6700 yards

Chase Martini 74
Tommy Tran 82
Logan Thomas 86
Chris Leindecker 91

2-1  
8/16 Sycamore Sunset Invitational 

24 Schools Competing
1. Upper Arlington 310
2. Springboro 316
3. St. Charles 316
4. Dublin Jerome 316
5. Elder 325
-- other GMC --
11. Mason 329
13. Lakota East 332
18. Sycamore 345
21. Fairfield 365
22. Oak Hills 371
23. Middletown 372
24. West 381

Eddie O'Brien (St. Charles)
2 over par 74, plus 1 under
in a 2 hole play off at
Blue Ash G.C.
6850 yards

Chase Martini 84
Logan Thomas 96
Conner Brown 98
Chris Leindecker 103
2-1  
8/21

Centerville Tri-meet

1. Elder 152
2. Centerville 156
3. West 168

Josh Rhoads (Elder)
1 under par 35 at
Yankee Trace G.C.
(front nine)
3200 yards

Chase Martini 37
Logan Thomas 41
Conner Brown 45
Chris Leindecker 45

2-3  
8/23

Chase Knecht Memorial
Middie Invitational

16 Schools Competing
1. Beavercreek 300
2. Springboro 302
3. Mason 303
4. Lakota East 316
-- other GMC--
7. Sycamore 326
8. Fairfield 328
10. West 332
11. Oak Hills 342
14. Colerain 352
15. Middletown 353

Ryan Flick
(Beavercreek)
4 under par 68
at Weatherwax G.C.
(woodside & highlands 9's )
6625 yards

Chase Martini 77
Tommy Tran 84
Conner Brown 84
Logan Thomas 87

2-3

Martini tied for 14th in a field of 106

8/26 Elder Quad Match

1. West 159
2. Elder 161
3. Colerain 162
4. Oak Hills 164

Tommy Tran (West)
even par 35 at
Western Hills C.C.
(front nine)
3300 yards

Chase Martini 36
Logan Thomas 43
Conner Brown 45

5-3  
9/9 Colerain

West 162
Colerain 180

Tommy Tran (West)
1 over par 37 at
Beckett Ridge C.C.
(back 9)
3204 yards

Logan Thomas 40
Chase Martini 41
Conner Brown 44

6-3  
9/11 Fairfield

1. Fairfield 153
2. West 169

Patrick Huston (Fairfield)
1 over par 36 at
Fairfield Greens South Trace G.C.
(front 9)
3300 yards

Logan Thomas 39
Tommy Tran 39
Conner Brown 40
Chase Martini 41

6-4  
9/13 Hadley Invitational

19 Schools Competing
1. Springboro 305
2. LaSalle 308
3. Lakota East 314
4. Mason 318
-- other GMC --|
11. Sycamore 333
14. West 342
16. Oak Hills 360
17. Hamilton 374
19. Middletown 378

Jake Gilkison (Springboro)
1 under par 71 at
Weatherwax G.C.
(Woodside & Highlands 9's) 6800 yards

Logan Thomas 79
Chase Martini 86
Nathan Benning 87
Tommy Tran 90

6-4  
9/16 Mason 'B'

1. West 168
2. Mason 'B' 178

Tommy Tran (West) &
Logan Thomas (West)
5 over par 41 at
Beckett Ridge C.C.
(back 9)
3300 yards

Chase Martini 43
Conner Brown 43

7-4  
9/18 & 9/19

Greater Miami
Conference Tournament

1. Lakota East 613
2. Mason 617
3. Fairfield 640
4. West 667
5. Sycamore 669
6. Oak Hills 677
7. Colerain 689
8. Middletown 692
9. Princeton 717
10. Middletown 724

Zack Tenerowicz (Lakota East)
1 over par 145 (72,73) at
Weatherwax G.C.
(woodside & highlands 9's)
6711 yards

Tommy Tran 80 87
= 167
Chase Martini 81 87
= 168
Logan Thomas 77 + 92
= 169
Conner Brown 85 85
= 175
Nathan Benning 95 + 85
= 180

7-4

Tommy Tran, T21st
All GMC 2nd team

9/23 Sycamore

1. Sycamore 157
2. West 165

Sam Fredette (Sycamore)
1 over par 37 at
Glenview G.C.
(east 9)
3400 yards

Chase Martini 38
Conner Brown 41
Logan Thomas 42
Nathan Benning 44

7-5  

89th OHSAA Division 1 State Tournament
222 Teams Competing

9/30

Cincinnati East 
Sectional

15 Schools Competing
1. Moeller 293
2. Sycamore 311
T3. Mason 315
T3. Loveland 315
---------------------------
5. Glen Este 322
6. Lakota East 327
7. Anderson 328
8. West 333
9. …

Top Four Advance to 
SW Ohio District Tourn.


Issak Vock (Loveland)
4 under par 68 at
Weatherwax G.C.
(woodside & Highlands 9's)
6711 yards

Logan Thomas 79
Chase Martini 84
Connor Brown 84
Tommy Tran 86
Nathan Benning 86

Thomas lost by a stroke
in a one hole playoff for the
 last individual qualifying spot in
 the SW Ohio District Tournament.
He finished T16th in a field of 75.

 


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Girls Golf

Date

Event

Team Placings

Medalists Other West Scores

W/L

Event Notes
8/6 Middletown Invitational

19 Schools Competing
1. Centerville 331
2. Mason 332
3. Sycamore 340
--other GMC--
10. Oak Hills 376
11. Fairfield 380
12. Lakota East 384
13. Colerain 385
14. Princeton 387
17. West 401
18. Hamilton 401
19. Middletown 424

Esha Kulkami (Centerville),
even par 72 at
Weatherwax G.C.
(Meadows & Valleyview 9's)
5325 yards

Emily Worpenberg 83
Abby Boellner 92
Maddie Aragon 113
Morgan Meyer 113
Emily Schreiber 114*
*tie breaker score

0-0  
8/7 Lady Elk Invitational

15 Schools Competing
1. Mason 324
2. Springboro
3. Centerville 327
--other GMC--
5. Sycamore
7. Oak Hills 362
12. Lakota East 383
13. West 407

Meagan Creager (Milford),
2 under par 70 at
Yankee Trace G.C.
(vintage & heritage 9's)
5300 yards

Emily Worpenberg 90
Abby Boellner 95
Morgan Meyer 108
Emily Schreiber 114
Maddie Aragon 114

 

0-0  
8/8 Panther Invitational

27 Teams Competing
1. Dublin Coffman 306
2. Dublin Jerome 312
3. Mason 317
-- other GMC --
9. Sycamore 344
22. West 403

Lexi Long (Dublin Coffman)
1 under par 73 at
Turnberry G.C.
5460 yards

Emily Worpenberg 85
Abby Boellner 100
Emily Schreiber 108
Maddie Aragon 110

0-0  
8/11 Fairfield Invitational

20 Schools Competing
1. Sycamore 321
2. Mason 323
3. St. Ursula
-- other GMC --
7. West 367
?. Oak Hills 390
?. Lakota East 379

Meagan Creager (Milford)
2 under par 68
Fairfield Greens G.C.
(South Trace 18),
4989 yards

Emily Worpenberg 80
Abby Boellner 83
Morgan Meyer 96
Maddie Aragon 108

0-0

Emily Worpenberg tied for fifth lowest score in a field of 100

8/12 Sycamore Sunset Invitational 

20 Teams Competing
1. Mason 326
2. Springboro 334
3. Ursuline 339/94
4. Centerville 339/100
-- other GMC --
6. Sycamore 351
10. Oak Hills 371
12. Colerain 379
14. West 390

Meagan Creager (Milford)
2 over par 74
Walden Pond G.C.,
5280 yards

Abby Boellner 86
Maddie Aragon 94
Emily Worpenberg 88
Emily Schreiber 112
tie breaker score
Morgan Meyer 113

0-0  
8/13 Colerain

1. Colerain 187
2. West 190

Abby Boellner (West)
5 over par 41 at
Circling Hills G.C.
(front nine)
2510 yards

Emily Worpenberg 43
Maddie Aragon 52
Morgan Meyer 54

0-1  
8/19 Seton

1. West 177
2. Seton 187

Emily Worpenberg (West)
2 over par 38 at
Miami Whitewater G.C.
(front nine)
2511 yards

Abbie Boellner 43
Maddie Aragon 48
Emily Schreiber 48

1-1  
8/20

Mason Tri-Meet

1. Mason 162
2. Ursuline 174
3. West 183

Katie Thomassoni (Mason)
3 over par 39 at
Weatherwax G.C.,
(Valleyview 9)
2700 yards

Emily Worpenberg 41
Abby Boellner 42
Morgan Meyer 48
Maddie Aragon 52

1-3

Emily Worpenberg had consecutive

birdies on holes 6 & 7 
8/26 Hamilton

1. West 186
2. Hamilton 187

Emily Worpenberg (West)
6 over par 42 at
Twin Run G.C.
(front nine)
2285 yards

Abby Boellner 47
Maddie Aragon 48
Morgan Meyer 49

2-3  
8/28 Sycamore Quad Match

1. Sycamore 168
2. West 184
3. Princeton 203
4. Middletown 222

Kellen Alsip (Sycamore)
2 over par 38 at
Glenview G.C.
(east nine)
2634

Emily Worpenberg 40
Abby Boellner 42
Maddie Aragon 51
Emily Schreiber 51

3-4  
9/3 Fairfield

1. Fairfield 194
2. West 207

Maddie Aragon (West)
Tori Ferree (Fairfield)
Rachel Whitaker (Fairfield)
11 over par 47's at
Hamilton Elks C.C.
(blue nine)
2797 yards

Abbie Boellner 48
Emily Schreiber 56
Shelby Goins 56

3-5  
9/4

Lakota West Tri-match

1. Mason 179
2. Lakota East 201, 57
3. West 201, 58

Janisa Bondoc (Mason)
7 over par 43 at
Hamilton Elks C.C.
(white 9)
2668 yards

Emily Worpenberg 45
Abby Boellner 45
Morgan Meyer 55
Maddie Aragon 56
Emily Schreiber 58

3-7

East beat West by the 
5th player tie breaker 57-58

9/9 Middletown

1. West 197
2. Middletown 217

Abby Boellner (West)
8 over par 44 at
Weatherwax G.C.,
(meadows 9)
2512 yards

Emily Worpenberg 48
Maddie Aragon 50
Emily Schreiber 54

4-7  
9/11 Colerain

1. West 194
2. Colerain 200

Emily Worpenberg (West)
6 over par 42 at
Hamilton Elks C.C.
(blue nine)
2647 yards

Abby Boellner 48
Maddie Aragon 49
Emily Schreiber 55
Shelby Goins 55

5-7  
9/17 & 9/19

Greater Miami
Conference Tournament

1. Mason 641
2. Sycamore 643
3. Oak Hills 722
4. Lakota East 743
5. Colerain 751
6. Fairfield 762
7. West 763
8. Hamilton 808
9. Princeton 822
10. Middletown 889

Kellen Alsip (Sycamore)
7 over par 151 (75,76) at
Weatherwax G.C.
(meadows & valley view 9's)
5325 yards

Emily Worpenberg 83 83
= 166
Abby Boellner 94 92
= 186
Maddie Aragon 90 105
=195
Emily Schreiber 108 + 114
=222
Morgan Meyer 116 + 108
=224

5-7

Emily Worpenberg, 7th
All GMC 1st team

Abby Boellner, 21st
All GMC 2nd team

9/22

West Tri-Meet

1. West 187
2. Princeton 200
3. Middletown 215

Emily Worpenberg (West)
Haley Osborne (Princeton)
9 over par 45's at
Hamilton Elks C.C.
(white 9)
2669 yards

Maddie Aragon 46
Abby Boellner 48
Emily Schreiber 48

7-7  
9/25 Oak Hills @ Neumann

1. Oak Hills 179
2. West 199

Kelsey Wessels (Oak Hills)
6 over par 41 at
Neumann G.C.
(red nine)
2187 yards

Abby Boellner 45
Emily Worpenberg 50
Maddie Aragon 50
Emily Schreiber 54

7-8  

22nd OHSAA Division 1 State Tournament
147 Teams Competing

9/29

Cincinnati Sectional
at Hamilton Elks G.C.

15 Schools Competing
1. Sycamore 340
2. Ursuline 353
3. Mercy 366
4. Oak Hills 376
-------------------------
5. West 379

Top Four Teams Advance to
SW Ohio District Tournament

Kellen Alsip(Sycamore)
Hannah Brown (Sycamore)
7 over par 79's at
Hamilton Elks G.C.
(red & white nines)
5288 yards

Abby Boellner 88
Emily Worpenberg 90
Maddie Aragon 97
Emily Schreiber 104

Top Four Individuals not on an advancing
team also advance to the SW district
Tournament.

Abby Boelner 3rd  (T8th overall)
Emily Worpenberg 4th (11th overall)

10/9

Soutwest Ohio
District Tournament

12 Teams Competing
1. St. Ursula 318
2. Mason 327
3. Springboro 334
----------------------------
4. Sycamore 337
5. …

Top Three advance to
State Tournament

Miranda Green (Bellbrook)
even par 72 at
Weatherwax G.C.
(meadows & valley view 9's)
5686 yards

Abby Boellner 82
Emily Worpenberg 90

Top three individual not on advancing
team qualify for the State Final Tournament
(score of 76 required to qualify this year)

Boellner T8th (T16th overall)
Worpenberg T21st (T34th overall)


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Boys Soccer

Date

Opponent

W/L

Score

Overall
Record

GMC
Record

Game Summary

8/21 at Centerville
W

3-1

1-0

0-0

1st min.-- Corey Denham goal assisted by Jack Nguyen
21st min.-- Centerville goal
39th min.-- Andrew McEwen goal assisted by Jake King
73rd min.-- Linden Eberle goal assisted by Jake King

8/23 Worthington Kilbourne
W 2-1 2-0 0-0

47th min.-- Aaron Beglin goal assisted by Walt Zeller
49th min.-- Worthington Kilbourne goal
71st min.-- Julian Hauens goal assisted by Jack Nguyen

8/28 at St. Xavier
L 0-2 2-1 0-0

4th min.-- St. Xavier goal
74th min.-- St. Xavier goal

9/4 Princeton L

0-2

2-2 0-1

64th min.-- Princeton goal
65th min.-- Princeton goal

9/6 at Turpin W 5-1 3-2 0-1

8th min.-- Walt Zeller goal assisted by Aaron Beglin
12th min.-- Walt Zeller goal assisted by Corey Denham
20th min.-- Turpin goal
39th min.-- Andrew McEwen goal assisted by Jack Nguyen
55th min.-- Jake King goal assisted by Christian Lytle
59th min.-- Walt Zeller goal assisted by Jack Nguyen

9/9 at Colerain   W 6-0 4-2 1-1

15th min.-- Christian Lytle goal assisted by Julian Havens
41st min.-- Linden Eberle goal assisted by Aaron Ledermyer
43rd min.-- Andrew McEwen goal assisted by Aaron Beglin
55th min.-- Linden Eberle goal assisted by Jake King
62nd min.-- Julian Havens goal assisted by Jake LaPlant
63rd min.-- Walt Zeller goal assisted by Jake King
Shutout: Jake Mutlu (3 saves, 65 min.)
Shutout Contribution: Spencer Small (1 save, 15 min.)

9/11 Middletown W 2-1 5-2 2-1

9th min.-- Andrew McEwen goal assisted by Jake King
9th min.-- Middletown goal
22nd min.--  Jake King goal assisted by Andrew McEwen

9/13 at Milford
L 1-2 5-3 2-1 10th min.-- Milford goal
35th min. -- Linden Eberle goal unassisted
70th min.-- Milford goal
9/16 at Fairfield  W 2-1 6-3 3-1

24th min.-- Christian Lytle goal assisted by Aaron Beglin
47th min.-- Fairfield goal
59th min.-- Aaron Beglin goal assisted by Jake LaPlant

9/18 Oak Hills W 3-0 7-3 4-1 8th min.-- Linden Eberle goal assisted by Andrew McEwen
23rd min.-- Jake King goal assisted by Wesley Coleman
46th min.-- Jake King goal assisted by Linden Eberle
Shutout: Jake Mutlu (5 saves)
9/20 Loveland W 2-1 8-3 4-1 27th min.-- Loveland goal
56th min.-- Jake King goal unassisted
69th min.-- Christian Lytle goal via penalty kick
9/23 Sycamore  W 3-1 9-3 5-1

25th min.-- Sycamore goal, penalty kick
47th min.-- Jake King goal unassisted
63rd min.-- Julian Havens goal assisted by Walt Zeller
70th min.-- West goal via Sycamore Own goal

10/2 at Hamilton  W 6-0 10-3 6-1 4th min.-- Spencer Day goal assisted by Jake King
26th min.-- Julian Havens goal assisted by Christian Lytle
28th min.-- Christian Lytle goal assisted by Corey Denham
38th min.-- Linden Eberle goal assisted by Jake King
45th min.-- Linden Eberle goal assisted by Aaron Ledermeier
68th min.-- Corey Denham goal assisted by Julian Havens
Shutout: Spencer Small (3 saves, 79 min.)
Shutout Contribution: Jake Mulu (0 saves, 1 min.)
10/4 Elder W 2-0 11-3 6-1 32nd min.-- Jake LaPlant goal assisted by Jack Nguyen
34th min.-- Walt Zeller goal assisted by Jack Nguyen
Shutout: Jake Mutlu (8 saves)
10/7 at Mason W 3-0 12-3 7-1 5th min.-- Jake King goal assisted by Wesly Coleman
64th min.-- Wesly Coleman goal assisted by Aaron Beglin
70th min.-- Julian Havens goal assisted by Corey Denham
Shutout: Jake Mutlu (3 saves)
10/9 at Lakota East L 1-3 12-4 7-2 7th min.-- Lakota East goal
30th min.-- Lakota East penalty kick goal
36th min.-- Lakota East goal
76th min.-- Linden Eberle goal assisted by Mark Lienhardt

39th OHSAA Division 1 State Tournament
185 Teams Competing

10/16 Milford
at West
W 3-0 13-4

9th min.-- Linden Eberle goal assisted by Spencer Day
17th min.-- Aaron Beglin goal assisted by Jake King
31st min.-- Andrew McEwen goal assisted by Jack Nguyen
Shutout: Jake Mutlu (3 saves)

10/20

Lakota East
at Hamilton
District Semi-final
Round of 64

L 2-3 O.T. 13-5

22nd min.-- Wesly Coleman goal unassisted
29th min.-- East goal via West Own goal
75th min.-- Aaron Ledermeier goal assisted by Jack Nguyen
77th min.-- East goal

No goals in two 15 min. sudden victory overtime periods.

In the Penalty Kick Tie Breaker West shot first in each round
Aaron Beglin scored
Aaron Ledermeier scored
Christian Lytle's shot on frame was saved by keeper
Jake King scored
Jake Mutlu scored
East made five of five shots from the PK mark.


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Girls Soccer

Date

Opponent

W/L

Score

Overall
Record

GMC
Record

Game Summary

8/20 at Loveland  L 0-4 0-1 0-0 2nd min.-- Loveland goal
3rd min.-- Loveland goal
44th min.-- Loveland goal
72nd min.-- Loveland goal
8/23 at Kings W 1-0 1-1 0-0

52nd min.-- Ashley Adams goal assisted by Evie Stepaniak
Shutout: Maddie Jewell (1 save)

8/28 Ursuline Academy L 1-4 1-2 0-0

4th min.-- Ursuline goal
10th min.-- Ursuline goal
32nd min.-- Ursuline goal
46th min.-- Evie Stepaniak goal unassisted
54th. min.-- Ursuline goal 

9/4 at Princeton   W 6-0 2-2 1-0

20th min.-- Ashley Adams goal assisted by Emma Roth
28th min.--Katrina Brickley goal assisted by Devin Duhme
43rd min.-- Lizzie Matchet goal unassisted
50th min.-- Emily Haar goal assisted by Desiree Grubs
50th min.-- Ashley Adams goal assisted by Desiree Grubs
53rd min.-- Desiree Grubs goal unassisted
Shutout: Maddie Jewell (3 saves)

9/6 at Turpin L 1-2 2-3 1-0

24th min.-- Turpin goal
27th min.-- Turpin goal
68th min.-- Ashley Adams goal

9/9 Colerain  W 5-0 3-3 2-0

4th min.-- Ashley Adams goal unassisted
7th min.-- Ashley Adams goal assisted by Devin Duhme
19th min.-- Ashley Adams goal unassisted
32nd min.-- Jordan Wuest goal unassisted
49th min.-- Evie Stepaniak goal unassisted
Shutout: Maddie Jewell (5 saves)

9/11 at Middletown  W 4-0 4-3 3-0

63rd min.-- Ashley Adams goal unassisted
67th min.-- Ashley Adams goal assisted by Evie Stepaniak
70th min.-- Evie Stepaniak goal
78th min.-- Evie Stepaniak goal assisted by Surina Patel
Shutout: Maddie Jewell (4 saves)

9/13 Walnut Hills L 0-4 4-4 3-0

22nd min.-- Walnut Hills goal
47th min.-- Walnut Hills goal
57th min.-- Walnut Hills goal
75th min.-- Walnut Hills goal

9/16 Fairfield W 2-1 5-4 4-0

63rd min.-- Katrina Brickley goal assisted by Ashley Adams
67th min.-- Evie Stepaniak goal assisted by Judith West
80th min.-- Fairfield goal (with 16 seconds remaining)

9/18 at Oak Hills  L 0-3 5-5 4-1 14th min.-- Oak Hills goal
17th min.-- Oak Hills goal
79th min.-- Oak Hills goal
9/23 at Sycamore  W 4-1 6-5 5-1

27th min.-- Ashley Adams goal assisted by Rachel Goodman
45th min.-- Sycamore goal
65th min.-- Evie Stepaniak goal assisted by Ashley Adams
79th min.-- Rachel Goodman goal unassisted
80th min.-- Ashley Adams goal assisted by Lizzie Matchett

9/27 at Mount Notre Dame T 1-1 6-5-1 5-1

43rd min.-- Mt. Notre Dame goal
53rd min.-- Ashley Adams goal assisted by Evie Stepaniak

9/30 Lakota East  L 1-2 6-6-1 5-2

5th min.--Desiree Grubs goal unassisted
34th min.-- Lakota East goal
49th min.-- Lakota East goal

10/2 Hamilton W 5-0 7-6-1 6-2 18th min.-- Katrina Brickley goal assisted by Emily Fryberg 
29th min.-- Rachel Goodman goal unassissted 
31st min.-- Evie Stepaniak goal assisted by Katrina Brickley 
53rd min.-- Evie Stepaniak goal unassisted 
68th min.-- Evie Stepaniak goal assisted by Rachel Goodman 
Shutout: Maddie Jewell (1 save)
10/4 Milford T 1-1 7-6-2 6-2

13th min.-- Ashley Adams goal assisted by Desiree Grubbs
36th min.-- Milford goal

10/7 Mason L 0-2 7-7-2 6-3

35th min.-- Mason goal
77th min.-- Mason goal

30th OHSAA Division 1 State Tournament
170 Teams Competing

10/14

Mercy

W 5-2 8-7-2

5th min.-- Ashley Adams goal assisted by Evie Stepaniak
13th min.-- Evie Stepaniak goal unassisted
32nd min.-- Desiree Grubs goal assisted by Katrina Brickley
48th min.-- Evie Stepaniak goal assisted by Lizzie Matchet
59th min.-- Mercy goal
73rd min.-- Mercy goal
77th min.-- Evie Stepaniak goal unassisted

10/18

at Walnut Hills
rd. of 128

W 1-0 8-8-2

72nd min.-- Walnut Hills goal



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Girls Tennis

Date

Opponent

W/L

Score

Overall
Record

GMC
Record

West Individual Results & Match Notes

8/13 at Loveland,
State Coaches  Division 1
Team Tournament 
L 1-4 0-1 0-0 Nicole Sturgeon (1s) def. by Lally-- 6-3, 2-6, 0-6
Lindsey Shafner (2s) def. by Greenberg-- 2-6, 0-6
Olivia Moore (3s) def. Antrim-- 6-2, 6-0
Makenna Rothert/Jenn Ellison (1d) def. by Haderlein/Smith-- 3-6, 4-6
Taylor Klunk/Sidney Baker (2d) def. by Hamm/Weiler-- 4-6, 3-6 
8/14 at Lakota East L 1-4 0-2 0-1

Nicole Sturgeon (1s) def. by Mueck-- 1-6, 2-6
Lindsey Shafner (2s) def. by Silverberg-- 2-6, 0-6
Olivea Moore (3s) def. Sherman-- 6-4, 6-4
Makenna Rothert/Jenn Ellison (1d) def. by Holtmeir/Williams-- 5-7, 3-6
Taylor Klunk/Sydney Baker (2d) def. by Faxon/Murphy- 3-6, 2-6

8/19 Princeton W 4-1 1-2 1-1 Sharon Danquah (1s) def. by Thomas-- 0-6, 0-6
Lindsey Shafner (2s) def. Spiller-- 6-2, 6-1
Olivea Moore (3s) def. Pettins-- 6-0, 6-1
Makenna Rothert/Nicole Sturgeon (1d) def. Powell/Harper-- 6-0, 6-0
Taylor Klunk/Jenn Ellison (2d) def. Merriot/Tillman-- 6-1, 6-1
8/25 Miamisburg L 1-4 1-3 1-1 Sharon Danquah (1s) def. by Sickinger-- 4-6, 2-6
Nicole Sturgeon (2s) def. by Hindenlang-- 2-6, 4-6
Lindsey Shafner (3s) def. by Strickland-- 2-6, 1-6
Makenna Rothert/Olivea Moore (1d) def. Raj/Hohenbrink-- 4-6, 6-0, 6-2
Sydney Baker/Jenn Ellison (2d) def. by Cox/Grib-- 4-6, 5-7
8/26 Middletown W 5-0 2-3 2-1 Sharon Danquah (1s) def. Beckmeyer-- 6-0, 6-0
Nicole Sturgeon (2s) def. Morgan-- 6-0, 6-1
Olivea Moore (3s) def. Foutz-- 6-0, 6-0
Makenna Rothert/Jenn Ellison (1d) def. Taylor/Prater-- 6-2, 6-0
Taylor Klunk/Sydney Baker (2d) def. Reigelperger/Riley-- 6-0, 6-0
8/28 at Fairfield W 5-0 3-3 3-1

Sharon Danquah (1s) def. Brabbs-- 6-0, 6-0
Nicole Sturgeon (2s) def. Robertson-- 6-1, 6-0
Lindsey Shafner (3s) def. Schulte-- 6-1, 6-0
Olivea Moore/Sydney Baker (1d) def. Barker/Detcher-- 6-3, 3-6, 10-8
Jenn Ellison/Taylor Klunk (2d) def. Cox/Stacy-- 6-1, 6-1

8/29 Indian Hills L 0-5 3-4 3-1

Sharon Danquah (1s) def. by Hirsch-- 6-4, 2-6, 4-10
Lindsey Shafner (2s) def. by Anderson-- 4-6, 2-6
Taylor Klunk (3s) def. by Guzmnan-- 2-6, 1-6
Nicole Sturgeon/Jenn Ellison(1d)  def. by Skidmore/Singer-- 2-6, 2-6
Olivia Moore/Makenna Rothert (2d) def. by Osner/Koertning-- 2-6, 2-6

9/3 Ursuline 'B' L 2-3 3-5 3-1 Sharon Danquah (1s) def. Desai-- 6-0, 6-1
Nicole Sturgeon (2s) def. Rege-- 6-3, 6-2
Lindsey Shafner (3s) def. by Haney-- 2-6, 0-6
Makenna Rothert/Jenn Ellison (1d) def. by Crafton/Jordan-- 2-6, 2-6
Taylor Klunk/Sydney Baker (2d) def. by Clancy/Johnson-- 2-6, 2-6<
9/4 Oak Hills W 3-2 4-5 4-1 Sharon Danquah (1s) def. Rembold-- 6-1, 6-0
Olivia Moore (2s) def. by Thomas-- 3-6, 5-7
Sydney Baker (3s) def. by Bichl-- 2-6, 3-6
Lindsey Shafner/Nicole Sturgeon (1d) def. Johnson/Parker-- 7-5, 6-2
Makenna Rothert/Jenn Ellison (2d) def. Ryan/Wihd-- 6-2, 4-6, 6-2
9/8 Wyoming W 5-0 5-5 4-1 Sharon Danquah (1s) def. A. Bostner-- 6-2, 6-1
Olivia Moore (2s) def. E. Bostner-- 6-2, 6-1
Taylor Klunk (3s) won by default
Lindsey Shafner/Nicole Sturgeon (1d) def. Ronso/Sagon-- 6-1, 6-4
Makenna Rothert/Jenn Ellison (2d) def. Carter/Shager-- 7-5, 6-1
9/9 Sycamore L 1-4 5-6 4-2

Sharon Danquah (1s) def. by Ablele-- 1-6, 3-6
Nicole Sturgeon (2s) def. by Walihan-- 4-6, 0-6
Lindsey Shafner (3s) def. Pescovitz-- 7-5, 6-2
Olivia Moore/Jenn Ellison (1s) def. by Peck/Gao-- 1-6, 2-6
Makenna Rothert/Taylor Klunk (2s) def. by Rajagopal/Dooley-- 0-6, 0-6

9/11 & 9/13

Greater Cincinnati
Coaches Classic Tournament

Flight B (Greater Cincinnati Teams ranked 9th through 16th out of 50 teams entered)

1. Ursuline (B) 180… 2. West 165… 3. Milford 150… 4. Sycamore (B) 145… 5. Summit Country Day 130… T6. Mason (B) 85… T6. St. Ursula 85… 8. Anderson 60

Sharon Danquah (1s) ………………………………………….. 2nd Place
… def. Adam (Summit Country Day)-- 6-2, 6-2
… def. Mardino (Mason B)-- 6-2, 6-2
… def. by Reinhardt (Milford)-- 7-5, 5-7, 8-10

Nicole Sturgeon (2s) …………………………………………… 1st Place
… def. Jiang (Sycamore B)-- 6-1, 7-6
… def. Gault (Summit Country Day)-- 7-6(7-4), 6-3
… def. Bales (Milford)-- 6-4, 6-5

Lindsey Shafner (3s)
… def. by Sotropa (Sycamore B)-- 6-2, 3-6, 4-10
… def. Knose (Anderson)-- 8-0
… def. by McSwain (Summit Country Day)-- 3-8


Olivia Moore/Jenn Ellison (1d)
… def. by Liu/Goodman (Sycamore B)-- 0-6, 0-6
… def. by Sullivan/Santon (St. Ursula)-- 2-8

Makenna Rothert/Sydney Baker (2d)
… def. Lam/Moulas (Anderson)-- 6-3, 7-6
… def. by Clancey/Johnson (Ursuline B)-- 4-6, 6-4, 4-10
… def. Johnson/Hilliard (Milford)-- 8-7 (7-3)
… def. by Hopkins/Rajan (Mason B)-- 4-8

9/15 at Mount Notre Dame W 3-1 6-6 4-2 Sharon Danquah (1s) def. Worthoff-- 6-1, 6-0
Nicole Sturgeon (2s) def. Nunn-- 6-0, 6-2
Lindsey Shafner (3s) def. Dasano-- 6-4, 6-2
Makenna Rother/Olivia Moore (1d),  weather suspension prior to decision 
Jenn Ellison/Taylor Klunk (2d) def. by MND-- 2-6, 1-6
9/16 at Hamilton W 4-1 7-6 5-2

Sharon Danquah (1s) def. by Cas. Hicks-- 0-6, 1-6
Nicole Sturgeon (2s) def. Lewis-- 6-0, 6-0
Lindsey Shafner (3s) def. Lancaster-- 6-1, 6-1
Makenna Rothert/Sydney Baker (1d) def. Car. Hicks/Roberts-- 2-6, 6-3, 10-7
Taylor Klunk/Jenn Ellison (2d) def. McPeek/Schmidt-- 6-0, 6-0

9/17 at Colerain W 4-1 8-6 6-2

Sharon Danquah (1s) def. Stinbeck-- 6-1, 6-0
Nicole Sturgeon (2s) def. Graff-- 6-1, 6-1
Lindsey Shafner (3s) def. Ott-- 6-0, 6-0
Makenna Rothert/Olivia Moore (1d) def. by Curtis/Miller-- 2-6, 4-6
Taylor Klunk/Jenn Ellison (2d) def. Kruetzcamp/Phillips-- 6-0, 6-2

9/18 at Mason L 0-5 8-7 6-3 Sharon Danquah (1s) def. by Kong-- 0-6, 1-6
Nicole Sturgeon (2s) def. by Datla-- 1-6, 2-6
Lindsey Shafner (3s) def. by Cepeda-- 1-6, 3-6
Olivia Moore/Makenna Rothert (1d) def. by Reid/Kandi-- 0-6, 0-6
Jen Ellison/Sydney Baker (2d) def. by Noriega/Kapor-- 2-6, 4-6
9/24 & 9/27 Greater Miami 
Conference 
Tournament
at Mason

Sharon Danquah (1s)
… def. by Mueck (Lakota East)-- 3-6, 6-4, 0-6
… def. Beckmeyer (Middletown)-- 8-0
… def. by Abelle (Sycamore)-- 1-8
… lost by injury default to Steinbeck (Colerain) ……….. Eighth Place

Nicole Sturgeon (2s)
… def. Graff (Colerain)-- 6-1, 6-0
… def. by Skwara (Sycamore)-- 1-6, 0-6
… def. Spiller (Princeton)-- 8-1
… def. Graff (Colerain)-- 8-1 …………………………………….. Fifth Place

Lindsey Shafner (3s)
… def. Biehl (Oak Hills)-- 6-3, 6-0
… def. by Cepeda (Mason)-- 1-6, 1-6
…def. by Holtmeir (Lakota East)-- 8-8 (10-4) ………………… Fourth Place

Makenna Rothert/Olivia Moore (1d)
… def. by Murphy/Williams (Lakota East)-- 6-7(6-8), 4-6
… def. Powell/Huber (Princeton)-- 8-0
… def. Detcher/Barker (Fairfield)-- 8-3
… def. Roberts/Hicks (Hamilton)-- 8-6 ……………………. Fifth Place

Jenn Ellison/Sydney Baker (2d)
… def. DaJanette/Bartolon (Princeton)- 6-0, 6-0
… def. by Faxon/Sherman (Lakota East)-- 1-6, 1-6
… def. Kroetzcamp/Phillips (Colerain)-- 8-1
… def. Schmidt/McPeak (Hamilton)-- 8-6 ………………… Fifth Place 

West finished 5th in the tournament and 5th in overall league standings.

9/29 at Walnut Hills L 0-5 8-8 6-3

Sharon Danquah (1s) def. by O'toole-- 2-6, 0-6
Nicole Sturgeon (2s) def. by Neuhasel-- 2-6, 1-6
Lindsey Shafner (3s) def. by Kim-- 3-6, 3-6
Makenna Rother/Olivia Moore (1d) def. by Fisher/Burke-- 2-6, 1-6
Jenn Ellison/Sydney Baker (2d) def. by Hanley/Matt-- 1-6, 2-6

39th OHSAA Division 1 State Tournament
201 Teams Competing

10/2 & 10/3

Dayton Sectional
Tournament
at Centerville

39 singles players entered, 4 will advance to SW Ohio District Tournament

Sharon Danquah (#2 seed)
… rd. of 32,  def. Fote (Springboro)-- 6-4, 6-1
… rd. of 16, def. Pizak (Lebanon)-- 6-0, 6-0
… rd. of 8, def. Wong (Bellbrook)-- 6-0, 6-0
… rd. of 4, def. Sturgeon (Lakota West)-- 6-1, 6-1
… rd. of 2, def. by Sickinger (Miamisburg)-- 2-6, 2-6 ……………  2nd Place

Nicole Sturgeon
… rd. of 32, def. Constable (Bellbrook)-- 6-0, 6-1
… rd. of 16, def. Amini (Centerville)-- 3-6, 6-0, 6-2
… rd. of 8, def. Eikenberry (Springboro)-- 6-0, 4-6, 6-2
… rd. of 4, def. by Danquah (Lakota West)-- 1-6,1-6
… consolation rd., def. Holtmeier (Lakota East)-- 6-4, 6-1 …….. 3rd Place

Lindsey Shafner
… rd. of 39, def. Grib (Miamisburg)-- 6-1, 6-1
… rd. of 32, def. by Holtmeir (Lakota East)-- 2-6, 5-7

26 doubles pairs, 4 will advance to SW Ohio District Tournament

Makenna Rothert /Olivia Moore
… rd. of 26, def. Withrow/Floweres (Edgewood)-- 6-0, 6-4
… rd. of 16, def. by Bashir/Higgins (Centerville)-- 1-6, 1-6

Jen Ellison/Sydney Baker
… rd. of 26, def. by Murphy/Williams (Lakota East)-- 4-6, 3-6

10/9 & 10/11
9:00 am

Southwest Ohio District
Tournament
at Lindner Farm
ATP,
Mason, Ohio

16 singles players entered,  4 will advance to the State Final Tournament

Sharon Danquah
… rd. of 16, def. by Walroth (Seton)-- 0-6, 2-6

Nicole Sturgeon
… rd. of 16, def. by Skwara (Sycamore)-- 1-6, 0-6


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Girls Volleyball

Date

Opponent

W/L

Score

Overall
Record

GMC
Record

Game Highlights

8/19 Beavercreek W 25-13, 26-24, 25-13 1-0 0-0

Bailey Nixon, 11 kills… Maya Krause, 9 kills… Jamie Cogan, 9 blocks… Katie Smith 30 assists… Megan Kaufman & Haley Bergheger, 11 digs each

8/26 at McAuley L 15-25, 23-25, 18-25 1-1 0-0  
8/28 Mount Notre Dame L 17-25, 16-25, 12-25 1-2 0-0  
9/4 Princeton W

25-16, 25-11, 25-17

2-2 1-0  
9/5 North Hardin, Ky.
W

25-7, 25-13

3-2 1-0

Lexi Duello, 9 kills… Katie Smith, 18 assists… Megan Kaufman, 19 digs… Haley Bergheger, 4 aces

9/5 Davies Co., Ky.
W

25-16, 25-15

4-2 1-0

Lexi Duello, 6 kills… Katie Smith 18 assists… Megan Kaufman, 15 digs

9/5

North Hopkins, Ky.

W

25-13, 25-3

5-2 1-0

Kelsey Boyle, 5 kills… Katie Smith 18 assists… Megan Kaufman, 13 digs… Jamie Leonhardt, 8 aces

9/6 Madison, Ind.
L

25-16, 19-25, 8-25

5-3 1-0

Lesi Duello, 9 kills… Katie Smith, 23 assists… Megan Kaufman, 13 digs… Haley Bergheger, 3 aces

9/6 Greenwood, Ky
W

25-8, 25-11

6-3 1-0

Lexi Duello, 7 kills, 7 aces… Katie Smith, 18 assists… Haley Bergheger, 7 digs, 5 aces… Megan Kaufman, 7 digs

9/6 Central Hardin, Ky.
W 25-13, 25-14 7-3 1-0

Lexi Duello, 6 killa… Katie Smith 18 assists… Megan Kaufman 16 digs… Kelsey Boyle, 4 aces

The Firebirds finished 1st in the Queens of the Court Tournament based on their overall record (5-1) and their total six game point differential.  Lexi Duello and Megan Kaufman were named to the All Tournament Team.

9/9 at Colerain W

25-10, 25-22, 25-14

8-3 2-0

Haley Bergheger, 17 assists, 12 digs… Bailey Nixon, 8 kills… Maya Krause, 3 blocks 

9/11 Middletown W

25-7, 25-2, 25-9

9-3 3-0  
9/13 at Harrison W 25-19, 25-19 10-3 3-0  
9/13 at Mercy  L 23-25, 26-24, 9-25 10-4 3-0  
9/16 at Fairfield L

26-24, 24-26, 23-25, 21-25

10-5 3-1  
9/18 Oak Hills  L 25-23, 27-29, 23-25, 25-15, 12-25 10-6 3-2  
9/23 Sycamore W

23-25, 25-21, 25-15, 25-23

11-6 4-2

Lexi Duello, 17 kills… Katie Smith, 35 assists… Kelsey Boyle, 10 kills, 9 blocks…. Megan Kaufman, 20 digs

10/1 at Lakota East W 18-25, 25-15, 25-21, 16-25, 15-13
12-6 5-2 Lexi Duello, 13 kills… Jaimie Cogan, 10 kills, 3 blocks… Haley Berheger, 34 assists
10/2 at Hamilton  W 25-9, 25-11, 25-8 13-6 6-2

Maya Krause served for 11 consecutive points in game 2.

10/7 at Mason L 15-25, 18-25, 25-20, 21-25 13-7 6-3  
10/8 at St. Ursula L 13-25, 17-25, 20-25 13-8 6-3 Lexi Duello, 9 kills… Maya Krause, 11 digs, 7 kills… Haley Berheger, 22 assists… Kelsey Boyle, 5 blocks
10/9 Ursuline Academy L 22-25, 27-29, 22-25 13-9 6-3 Coach Kornau's 1994 Lakota State Championship Team Reunion

40th OHSAA Division 1 State Tournament
199 Teams Competing

10/15 Loveland
at Withrow
W 25-20, 25-16, 20-25, 20-25, 15-10 14-9

Maya Krause, 17 kills… Lexi Duello, 15 kills… Katie Smith 31 assists… Megan Kaufman 29 digs 

10/18 Turpin
at Withrow
W 26-24, 25-12, 26-24 15-9

Mya Krause, 13 kills… Lexi Duello, 10 kills… Megan Kaufman, 28 digs…West came back from 12 points down to win the third set.

10/25

Mt. Notre Dame
at Lakota East,
District Finals 
(rd. of 32)

L

16-25, 13-25, 22-25

15-10

Lexi Duello, 5 kills, 5 blocks… Maya Krause 5 kills… Katie Smith, 12 assists