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E-6High schools THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Wednesday, September 25, 1991 TC Achievers This week's outstanding high school performers . 1 w i I , , ' ' . l'..i'.Y V .-: . I 'I l ' , i ,j 1 71 S 1 $A)L i ' V : . ; : ; 1 r V zk Jim Zettler, Hamilton Badin, golf: A medalist four times last week, he averaged 35.9 strokes and shot a brilliant four-under-par 29 at Fairfield Golf Course. Tricia Roddy, Seton, cross country: Only a freshman, she placed second at the Harrison Invitational in 20:06 and won the Mount Healthy Invitational a week earlier. Terry Killens, Pureed Marian, football: A senior, he scored four TDs, rushed for 227 yards on 27 carries (school record) and recorded four tackles and three assists. Angie Harris, Hamilton, volleyball: A junior, she went 19 for 21 serving, 14 for 16 in attacks, 12 kills, and one block. She also had 94 serve receptions. Quincy Davis, Hughes, football: He returned five punts for 201 yards, scored one TD, caught four passes for 60 yards and had six tackles on defense. Mike Carmack, Norwood, football: He came up with a key interception and returned it 72 yards for a TD and also caused a fumble and recorded seven tackles. If l w ill I, -ji- . Am Poll Scoring Hausgen, Madeira 4 134 130 232 496 Davis, Moeller 4 438 18 31 487 Brandon, Lloyd 4 78 399 8 485 Brown, Moeller 4 0 331 145 476 Randolph, Colerain 4 288 0 162 450 G Pos. TD.PA 2C Tot Playw, School Killens, Purcell Marian.. Douthard, La Salle Rafter, Mariemont Hayes, Holmes Olverson, Princeton 1. Turpin (5) 155 2. Winton Woods (7) 153 3. SI. Xavier . 122 4. Anderson 116 5. Lakota 89 6. Sycamore 76 7. Roger Bacon... 57 8. Middletown 56 9. Princeton 33 10. Oak Hills 31 Others receiving votes: La SaHe 2. Top scorers RB TB TB TB RB TB TB Tackles Boling breaks record Srennan, Moeller 64 37 490 Ragle, Norwood 47 28 4!9 Love, Aiken .. 82 32 484 West, Taylor 89 31 470 Metz, Wyoming 78 34 46a Rumpke, La Salle 57 31 433 Wright, NCH . 61 26 428 Morris, Talawanda 53 31 423 Spille, Purcell Marian 71 27 417 Hes, Newport CC 72 28 409 Fein, Roger Bacon 63 30 405 Sturgeon, Dixie Heights 52 24 401 Jon Lakamp, Mariemont 50 25 367 Chappell, Withrow 46 19 361 Rickerson, Woodward 64 26 356 King, Amelia. 54 30 345 Anderson, Hughes 52 3 3 345 Dooros, St. Xavier 55 23 340 Ward, Williamsburg 57 28 329 Stringer, Ross 45 26 325 Downs, Kings 63 30 316 Wright, Milford 59 19 309 Moore, Western Brown 50 22 303 Berger, Beechwood..... Andreadis, Anderson.... Brandon, Lloyd....- Craig, Lawrenceburg... Colson, Middletown Wulfeck, Beechwood... Edwards, Norwood....... Byndon, Western Hills 4 83 21.0 Andreadis, Anderson 2 42 210 Farrell, Norwood 3 61 20.3 Bauer, Glen Este 12 235 20.0 Luther, NCH 5 100 20.0 Ross, Finneytown 3 60 - 20.0 Kanalas, Loveland 1 20 20.0 Thompson, CAPE 4 80 20.0 Kick scoring Player, School FG PAT Total Boehme, St. Xavier 4 10 22 Mourouzis, Springboro 2 13 19 Plagge, Elder I 15 18 Collins, Lloyd 1 15 18 Wulfeck, Beechwood 1 15 IB Persinger, Talawanda 2 12 18 Havens, Lockland 3 8 17 Listerman, La Salle 1 13 16 Davis, Glen Este 1 12 15 Lawrence, Anderson 0 15 15 Paul, CCD I 10 13 Doud, Middletown 0 13 13 Bird, New Richmond 0 13 13 Blevens, Mason . . 2 6 12 Edwards, Norwood 0 12 12 15-Riechert (Mt. Healthy). 11 Schmidt (Springboro), Smith (CCD), 4 WR 4 RB 4 FB 4 WB 4 TB 4 RB 4 RB 4 WR 5 12 7 2 Tucker (Middletown), Fehring (Batavia). 9-Hart (Wyoming), Scott (Winton woods), Barwick, CAPE Black, Boone County Persinger, Talawanda.. Jim, Elder Couch, Goshen 4 12 7 0 Best (Ross), Arnold (CNE); Haas (Sycamore); Whitehead (Seven Hills); Johnson (Winton Woods); Solsitz (Walnut Hills). Little Miami 1-4-0 2-6-0 Blanchester 0-4-0 0-7-0 Greater Cincinnati League North League Overall Roger Bacon 3-1-0 8-2-0 Chaminade 3-1-0 5-3-1 McNicholas 1-1-2 2-4-3 Alter 1-2-0 3-4-2 Badin 0-3-0 1-9-0 Purcell Marian 0-3-1 1-6-2 Greater Cincinnati League South League Overall SI. Xavier 5-1-0 5-2-1 La Salle . .4-11 5-3-1 Elder . 4 2-0 5-3-0 Moeller 2-3-1 2-4-3 Greater Miami Conference Leagut Overall Middletown 6-1-1 7-2-1 Lakota 5-2 1 5-3-2 Sycamore 4-1-3 5-1-3 Princeton 4 2 2 5-2-2 Fairfield 3-4-1 3-5-1 Milford I 4 3 1-5-4 Lima 1 4 3 2-4-4 Hamilton 0-7-1 1-7-1 Metro County Conference League Overall Oak HiHs 3-0-1 6-0-2 Colerain 2-0-2 2-2-4 Mount Healthy 2-1-1 5-3-1 Western Hills... 1-3-0 2-5-3 Withrow ... 0-4 0 0-4-0 Southern Buckeye Conference , League Overall N.C.Hill 2-0-0 3-4-0 New Richmond 1-1-0 4-2-1 CNE 1-1-0 3-4-1 Bethel-Tate 0-20 0-2-0 Miami Valley Conference League Overall Summit... : 3-1-0 8-1-0 CCD 2 1-1 4-3-1 Seven Hills 2-0-2 6-0-3 Batavia 1 2-2 3-4-3 Cincinnati Hills League Johnson, Milford Sollmann, St. Xavier Druso, Anderson Assists ll-Reichert (Ml. Healthy). 9-Kiley (Summit). B-Stonitsch (Winton Woods). 6-Bowman (Sycamore), OLeary (Western ite, Western Brown... Rusche, Turpin F arris, Harrison Montale, Middletown.... Listerman, La Salle Hills), Gillespie (Winton Woods), Petry (Turpin). 3 13 S 0 Johnson, Springboro Woodruff Litle Miami.. Shutouts 6 Staderman (Taylor), Starr (Sycamore). 5 Hern (Madeira), Borden (Finneytown), Punting Grandstatf, Wyoming... Stacy Boling set a course record at Joyce Park in Hamilton Wednesday, covering the 3.1 miles in 18:32 to grab top honors at the Hamilton Invitational Cross Country meet. A Hamilton senior, Boling is one of the favorites to capture the Division I state cross country individual championship in Columbus on Nov. 2. An outstanding team effort by Harrison enabled the Wildcats to earn the top prize at the meet. The Lakota boys soccer team moved into a tie with Middletown for first place in the Greater Miami Confer Tonsik (Indian Hill). wnson, woodward Smith, Harrison Byndon, Western Hills... Bouktin, Winton Woods. Planck, New Richmond. Bach, Williamsburg 4 Nlebling (Roger Bacon), Rottenberger (Lakota), Nlebling (Roger Bacon), Taylor (Oak Hills), Gibson (Winton Woods), Kansik League standings Randolph, Colerain Carmack, Norwood Huff, Lakota Soward, Dixie Heights. B. Parry, CCD Queen City Conference Scherer, Talawanda Player, School Solo Asst Total Marx, Oak Mils 40 41 81 Goila, Sycamore 43 35 78 Wadley, Aiken 38 45 73 Bevis, Harrison 49 21 70 Hertzman, Finneytown 49 20 69 Warner, Boone County 33 33 66 Malotf, Williamsburg 20 45 65 Moorehead, Batavia 37 22 59 Smith, Newport CC 42 16 SB Mueller, Little Miami 32 25 57 Rise, Goshen 34 21 55 Whitehead, Sycamore 38 17 55 J. Johnson, Princeton 27 26 53 Edwards, Norwood 35 18 53 W. Parry, CCD 12 41 53 B. Parry, CCD 20 32 52 Horstmeyer, Roger Bacon 28 24 52 Watkins, Hughes 25 27 52 Books, Little Miami 30 20 50 Dunn, Anderson 16 34 50 Thamann, Reading 35 15 50 K. Smith, Hughes 15 35 50 Hunt, Colerain 27 23 50 Thompson, CAPE 30 19 49 Buckner, Wyoming 18 31 49 Smith, Ross 18 30 48 Kennedy, Talawanda 48 Borcherding, Northwest 24 24 48 Ostholthott, Moeller 0 0 48 Stephens, Hamilton 23 25 48 Jon Mileham, Mariemont 31 16 47 Mason, CCD 9 38 47 Grant, Amelia 8 39 47 Barwick, CAPE 30 17 47 Miller, St. Xavier 0 0 47 Weeks, Sycamore 19 28 47 Lewis, Amelia 9 37 46 Whitehead, Princeton 22 24 46 Calihan, Hamilton 21 25 46 Neal, St. Xavier 0 0 46 Mooney, St. Xavier 0 0 45 Weidus, Wcl.iut Hills 24 21 45 Dates, Withrow - - 45 Soward, Dixie Heights I 44 45 Allgeier.CID 10 34 44 Coolidge, Ross 15 28 43 Slone, Miitord 19 23 42 Rhoades, Milford 23 19 42 Wilson, Mount Healthy 16 26 42 Gildea, Roger Bacon 28 14 42 Ondrovlch, Ross 11 31 42 N. Roth, Taylor 13 29 42 Byrd, Talawanda 42 Parton, Loveland 42 Rabe, St. Xavier 0 0 42 Kugler, Harrison.. 30 12 42 Glass, Princeton 25 16 41 Cosman, Anderson 14 27 41 Miller, Mason - - 41 R.Boyd, Lockland 7 34 41 Malcom, Ross 15 25 40 Hawkins, Fairfield 29 11 40 Tudor, Milford 16 24 40 White, Withrow 40 Fuller, Talawanda 40 Shelton, Walnut Hills 17 23 40 Player, School No. Yards Avg. Collins, Lloyd 16 721 45.1 Goedde, Roger Bacon 13 579 44.5 Crowe, Little Miami 2 84 42.0 Wetterich, Oak Hills 23 924 40.1 B Parry, CCD 9 361 40.1 Havens, Lockland 12 473 39.4 Everhar,,NCH 15 577 38.4 Kenyon, Loveland 10 384 38.4 Schubert, Amelia 13 492 37 8 Denigan, Boone County 12 450 37.5 Jones, Sycamore 20 745 37.2 Gallimore, Batavia 16 594 37.1 Hirsch, Colerain 15 54 7 36.1 Davis, Glen Este 13 463 36 0 Licata, Northwest 11 396 36.0 Rafter, Mariemont 6 216 36.0 Smith, CAPE 7 252 36.0 Martin, Fairfield 17 611 35.9 Pohllng, Milford 12 431 35.9 Moore, Mount Healthy 9 322 35.7 O'Connor, Turpin 5 178 35.6 Edwards, Norwood 10 355 35.5 Murray, Ross League overall 50 7-0-1 Indian Hil . Smith, CAPE Byrd, CAPE Books, Little Miami Havens, Lockland.... Poland, Elder .2 1-0 4 WR 4 WR League Overall Turpin : 1-0-0 6-1-2 Winton Woods 2-0-1 7-0-2 GlenEste 2 1-0 2-4-3 Anderson 1 1-0 6-2-0 Walnut Hills . 1-1-1 4-4-2 Northwest 0-1 t 4-21 Harrison 0-1 I 3-2-2 Amelia 0-2-1 4-3-0 Fort Ancient Valley Conf. League Overall Mason 5-1-0 6-1-2 Kings 4 1-0 6-1-0 Ross 3 3-0 6-4-0 Springboro 3-3-0 3-6-1 5-3-0 2- 5-1 4-1-2 3- 2-3 1-5-1 3-3-0 .2-1-0 2 1-0 ...1-1-1 .. 1-1-1 ...0-1-0 ence with a 3-1 victory over Fairfield. Jay Tice scored Madeira Loveland Finneytown Taylor m Wyoming ,. Deer Park Independents Cincinnati Christian twice to lead the T-Birds. Rushing Receiving Player, School No. Yds Avg. Brandon, Lloyd 16 399 24.9 Schlaubach, Harrison 20 334 16.7 Brown, Moeller 26 331 12.7 Anderson, Springboro 20 322 16.1 Berling, Norwood 17 309 18.2 Schilling, Beechwood 12 298 24,8 Atwood, Newport CC IB 277 15.4 Poland, Elder 16 258 16.1 Druso, Anderson 8 246 30.8 Curtis, Roger Bacon 17 245 14,4 Wash, Lockland 14 244 17.4 Fahey, GlenEste 13 243 18.6 Williams, Princeton 10 223 22.3 Clay, Aiken 10 214 21,4 Davenport, Withrow 10 210 21.0 M, Jones, Aiken 14 200 14,2 Persinger, Talawanda 14 200 14 4 Hutson,Ross 17 196 11.5 T Smith, Hughes 1 187 25 5 Keith Cooper, Western Brown .... 13 176 13.7 Schroeder, CCD 10 175 17.5 Plummer, Wyoming 15 173 11.5 Abernathy, CAPE 10 171 17.1 Foster, Williamsburg 12 170 14.1 Hendon, St. Xavier 14 169 12.1 Scherpenberg, La Salle 11 169 15.4 Wetterich, Oak Hills 12 168 14,0 Coolidge.Ross 13 166 12.7 Havens, Lockland 12 166 13.8 Warm, Sycamore 8' 156 19.5 Bauer, Glen Este 10 153 15.3 Steins, Elder 10 153 15.3 Davis, Hughes 15 150 22.5 Trostel, Talawanda 8 150 18.7 Colvin, Hughes 9 150 17.0 Rogers, Taylor 8 141 17.6 Mileham, Mariemont 12 140 11.7 Johnson, Springboro 10 139 13 9 Bullock, NCH 10 135 13.5 Terry, Woodward 10 133 13.3 Tibbs.Lima I 132 16.5 Palmer, Taylor 10 129 12.9 Martin, Fairfield 12 129 10.8 Dixon, Springboro 12 129 10.7 Howard, Kings 13 126 9.7 Johnson, Scott 12 126 10.5 Elevens, Mason 8 122 15.3 Fulton, Wyoming 9 121 13.4 Merrill, Oak HiHs 9 115 12.3 Schry, Dixie Heights B . 108 13.5 Lackey, Amelia 8 104 13.0 Weahby, Mount Healthy 10 98 9 8 Fultl, Amelia 9 98 108 Noel, Scott . 8 76 9.5 Reese, Aiken 9 69 7.6 Ferreira, Lawrenceburg 8 67 8.4 Overall .. 3-4-2 Avg. Player, School Alt. Yards 91 678 A goal by Jerry Allen with 11:35 remaining enabled the Montaie, Middletown .. Craig, Lawrenceburg .. ..93 Punt returns Princeton boys soccer team to 75 70 77 8.3 6.4 7,2 8.0 Rafter, Mariemont 84 Olverson, Princeton 75 Douthard, La Salle 96 Edwards, Norwood 85- tie first place Middletown, ZD 2-2, at Princeton. Marcey Sebastian, Cincm 6.1 Poll 88 Hayes, Holmes 70 Rusche, Turpin 89 B. Parry, CCD 60 Killens, Purcell Marian 23 Rise, Goshen 87 Berger, Beechwood 49 Woodruff, Little Miami 58 Davis, Moeller 78 nati's leading scorer in girls soccer, came up with three 70 54 92 7.7 56 goals to lead Clermont North 62 1. Anderson 146 2. Miitord 128 3. Turn 118 4. GlenEste 116 5. Fairfield 96 6. St. Ursula 82 7. McAuley ...46 8. Sycamore ...36 9. Lakota .33 10. UrsuNne 29 Others receiving votes: Middletown 25, eastern to a 4-1 victory over 13.1 Black, Boone County 70 Druso, Anderson 33 Smith, Harrison 50 8. Summit Country Day. Only a sophomore, Sebas 58 56 Jim, Elder 70 Fite, Western Brown 72 Tucker, Landmark Christian 66 Byndon, Western Hills 73 6 1 5.4 tian now has 23 goals, eight more than Milford's Barbie Player, School No. Yards Avg. Andreadis, Anderson 2 92 46.0 Johnson, Roger Bacon 1 45 45.0 Clay, Aiken 3 134 44.6 Brandon, Lloyd 4 71 319 Sollmann, St. Xavier 6 191 31.8 Druso, Anderson 8 246 30.8 Black, Boone County 3 84 28.0 Ray, Sycamore II 342 26 3 Jones, Williamsburg 2 51 25.5 Huhn, St. Xavier ! 50 25.0 Fitiwilliam, Turpin 4 99 24.7 Davis, Hughes 15 345 23.0 P. Smith, Harrison I 23 23.0 Goedde, Roger Bacon 9 205 22 8 Dixon, Springboro 6 135 22.5 Dennis, Middletown 4 90 22.5 Colemire, Boone County 7 140 20 0 Terry Shinkle, Batavia 8 157 19 6 Schilling, Beechwood 4 74 18.5 Childs, St. Xavier 3 52 17.3 Carmack, Norwood 6 103 17.2 Hutchins, Princeton 4 65 16.2 Johnson. CAPE 4 64 16.0 Schnirring, Purcell Marian 1 16 16.0 Pruitt, Lawrenceburg 2 26 13 0 Turner, Holmes 7 90 12.9 Wetterich, Oak Hills 8 108 12.2 Wright, NCH .... 4 46 11.5 Bauer, Glen Este II 125 11.3 Stewart, Mount Healthy 4 45 11,2 Julien, Reading 2 21 10.5 Schuster, Boone County 7 72 10.3 Bowman, Wyoming ... 2 20 10 0 Steiner, Batavia 1 10 10.0 Colerain 20, Winton Woods 9, Seton 6, CCD 5, Clermont Northeastern 2. 655 650 624 614 613 563 554 530 508 472 453 447 438 436 432 407 407 405 404 397 393 393 383 381 358 356 353 349 346 345 344 342 341 328 322 320 319 319 314 314 312 311 303 10.3 4.4 7.8 7,7 Harris and Aubrey Falk of Top scorers Couch, Goshen 38 Robinett, Mason 90 Sollmann, St. Xavier 49 Scherer, Talawanda 49 Barwick, CAPE 35 Kickoff returns Colerain. In golf, Steve Kline of St 10. 10. Johnson, Beechwood 33 Farris, Harrison 44 8.0 54 46 Daniels, Mount Healthy 64 Kris Cooper, Western Brown ...... 74 Xavier fired a one-under par 34 at Miami View to lead the Bombers to a convincing Bailor, Kings 61 Huff, Lakota . Conley, GlenEste Anderson 1-0-0 6-1-1 Winton Woods 2-1-1 6-2-1 Amelia 2-2-0 4-2-1 Walnut HiHs. 1-1-1 3-4-1 Harrison 1-34 4-4-0 Northwest 0-3-0 4-4-1 Greater Cincinnati League League Overall St. Ursula 3-0-0 6-1-1 McAuley 3-04 5-1-1 Roger Bacon 2-0-1 2-3-1 Ursuline 2-1-0 4-54 Mt. Notre Dame 0-2-0 1-5-2 Seton 1-2-0 4-3-0 McNicholas 1-2-0 2-6-1 Purcell Marian 1-1-1 4-3-1 Mercy 0-2-0 1-4-2 Badin 0-3-0 3-5-1 Greater Miami Conference League Overall Milford ..6-1-0 8-2-0 Middletown.. 5-2-0 7-2-0 Fairfield 5 2-0 7-2-1 Lakota 4 3-0 6-4-0 Sycamore 3-4-0 5-4-0 Princeton 1-6-0 1-8-0 Hamilton 0-6-0 0-8-0 Mid Miami Leagut League Overall Lebanon... 50 7-1-1 Edgewood . 2-0-) 54-4 Fenwick . 3-1 1 8-1-1 Carroll 3-1-1 6-3-2 Franklin 2-3-0 6-44 Miamisburg 1-4-0 3-5-2 Monroe .1-3-1 3-6-1 Talawanda 0-54 3-6-0 Miami Valley Conference League Overall CCD 344 844 Seven Hills 2-14 3-4-1 Summit 1-24 3-54 Batavia 0-3-0 1-74 Fort Ancient Valley Leagut Overall Mason 5-0-1 5-3-1 Kings 44-1 4-2-1 Springboro 3-34 4-44 Ross 2 40 3-64 Blanchester 1-34 4-3-0 Little Miami 0-5-0 1-74 All-purpose yardage 20-Sebastian(CNE). 15-Falk (Colerain), Harris (Milford). 14 Johnson (Amelia). 13-Lemon(CBE). 12- Gose (Kings), Heinichen (CCD), Ha (Turpin). Assists 13- Lemon (CNE. 11 Fisher (Ursuline). -Sebastian (CNE). I Falk (Colerain), Combs (Amelia). 7 Keith (Middletown), Smith (CNE). Shutouts t Wells (CNE), McCaffrey (Glen Este). 5-Ftoyd (FayetteviHe), Morris (McNicholas), Hext (Turpin), Drake (CCD). Andreadis, Anderson Worthington, Springboro .. 151-167 victory over Elder. Purcell moves up C Rsh Rec Ret Total Player, School Colson, Middletown Planck, New Richmond Holmes, Lloyd Books, Little Miami Doerr, Loveland Undefeated Purcell Marian cracked the top five for the 4 311 41 470 4 614 48 82 4 678 57 0 4 432 10 296 4 453 255 0 4 650 18 38 4 383 56 265 4 624 0 43 Interceptions 6. 7. 5. 9, first time this season, collect Johnson, Miitord Bouldin, Winton Woods .... Ray, Sycamoi e Bach, Williamsburg 4 Farrell, Norwood; 3 Wilhelm, Talawanda; No. Yds Avg. ..... 1 78 78 0 2 116 580 2 110 550 J 222 440 2 82 41.0 J 201 402 5 179 35.8 3 105 350 4 137 342 4 130 325 6 177 295 6 175 29 2 2 55 27.5 3 82 27.3 I 27 270 I 27 27.0 5 128 25.6 5 125 250 1 50 25.0 ) 74 247 1 49 245 5 122 244 3 70 23.3 6 139 23.1 2 46 23.0 1 23 230 3 68 227 7 159 227 3 66 220 10 218 21.8 2 43 21 5 5 105 21.0 Player, School Commodore, Holmes Mc Christon, Finneytown .. B Parry, CCD Dees, New Richmond Gregory, Williamsburg Bastin, Harrison . Wilhelm, Talawanda Abel, Hamilton .... Smith, Western Brown Jones, Williamsburg Fancher, Kings .... Mack, Roger Bacon Colemire, Boone County ... Douthard, La Salle Schneider, Batavia Hodge, Goshen ... Ray, Sycamore .. Dixon, Springboro Druso, Anderson Sollmann, St. Xavier Gruber, Harrison Bruner, Lawrenceburg ... Fultz, Amelia ..., Clay, Aiken Prultt, Lawrenceburg Black, Boone County Steiner, Batavia Fitzwiltiam, Turpin Sandfoss, Newport CC Hausgen, Madeira Olverson, Princeton Tidwell, Winton Woods ... Johnson, Roger Bacon; Often, La Salle; Killens, ing 76 points to earn the No, Leag ue standings Purcell Marian; Hutson, Ross; West, Taylor; Pe-froze, Newport CC; K oiler, Mason; Fuller, Tala 5 ranking in The Enquirer's wanda; Roth, Booth, Taylor; Hertzman, Finney' 30 0 120 0 0 85 Cincinnati Hills League Leagut Overall 2-0-0 4-3-1 weekly football poll. 4 563 72 4 655 8 4 5 30 3 4 508 106 4 613 0 4 407 111 4 447 12 town; Moore, Harrison; Dollenmeyer, Glen Este; M, Taylor, Wmton Woods; R. BaH, Winton Woods; Ray, Sycamore Douthard, La Salle Montaie, Middletown.... Druso, Anderson Berger, Beechwood Rafter, Mariemont Sollmann, St. Xavier Olverson, Princeton Hayes, Holmes Craig, Lawrenceburg... B. Parry, CCD Killens, Purcell Marian. Edwards, Norwood Jim, Elder Woodruff, Little Miami. Clay, Aiken Rusche, Turpin Davis, Hughes Black, Boone County Andreadis, Anderson... Fitiwilliam, Turpin Wetterich, Oak HiHs Bauer, Glen Este Byndon, Western Hills. The top four places re Passing 4-2-0 137 Marshall, Holmes. Fumble recoveries mained unchanged with Princeton the unanimous Wyoming .... Finneytown Loveland Taylor Madeira ...... Indian Hill .... Mariemont Deer Park .. 1-0-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 1-1-1 1-3-0 03 1 0 34 4-5-0 6-3-0 4-4-1 2-7-0 1- 5-2 2- 5-2 choice followed by Elder 4R. Boyd. Lockland; Stewart, Mount Healthy; Mucker, Lawrenceburg; Cunningham, Player, School AM Comp Yds Butts, Lloyd 65 37 862 Knee, Springboro 90 53 727 Wilmhoff, Beechwood 51 28 712 Austing, Elder 69 38 6 59 Wilschevlck, Lockland 72 41 633 Ayers, GlenEste 62 40 569 Huff, Harrison 65 37 550 Jones, Oak Hills 87 43 522 Houston, Princeton 35 19 519 4 96 214 273 4 554 2 10 4 20 150 385 4 436 0 107 4 341 65 134 4 165 112 258 4 134 168 194 4 0 153 354 4 397 17 83 Moeller and Middletown. Goshen; Keller, western Brown; 3 Roth, Taylor; Queen City Conference League Overall Booth, Taylor; Hertzman, Finneytown, Dollenmey Another undefeated team er, Glen Este; Falker, Winton Woods; Fassler, New 7-1-1 .2-0-1 .2-0-1 Glen Este... Turpin Richmond; Teague, Williamsburg. 6-1-2 the Talawanda Braves, moved into the top 10 for the first time, climbing into the lOt! spot. 1. Princeton (15) 150 Elder 134 Moeller 1 1 Withrow 0 0 1 2 32 80 Aiken 0 0 1 3 61 114 Oak Hills 0 0 1 3 33 116 Middletown 95 Purcell Marian 76 CAPE 52 St. Xavier 43 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Miami Valley Conference La Salle 41 Cincinnati Mills League League Overall Team W L W L PF PA CAPE 3 0 4 0 140 19 Mariemont 3 0 4 0 120 15 Indian HiH 2 1 3 1 99 49 Wyoming 2 1 3 1 70 53 Taylor 2 1 2 2 67 77 Loveland 2 1 2 2 92 49 Deer Park 1 2 2 2 66 67 Madeira 0 3 0 4 12 114 Finneytown 0 3 0 4 26 112 Reading 0 3 0 4 12 105 Goshen 34 Talawanda 29 League overall Team W L W L PF Cincinnati CD... 1 0 4 0 87 Batavia 0 0 3 1 40 Summit CD 0 0 3 1 72 New Miami 0 0 2 1 39 L. Christian 0 0 0 3 26 Lockland 0 1 3 1 101 Others receiving votes: Mount Healthy 24, Western Mills 18, Mane Golf 1. St. Xavier (3) 86 2. Lakota (5) 77 3. Milford (2) 75 4. Sycamore 65 5. Oak Hills... 54 6. Fairfield 44 7. Indian HiH 44 8. Fairfield.... 22 8. Talawanda 22 10. Moeller 20 10. Badin 20 Others: Harrison 8, Turpin 7, Bethel-Tate 6, Loveland 4, Little Miami 3, Colerain, Walnut Hills 2, Elder 1. Girls Tennis 1. Ursuline (7) 85 2. Sycamore (2) 82 3. CCD 69 4. Lakofa 64 5. Summit 58 6. St. Ursula 41 7. Anderson 36 t. Miitord 22 9. Indian Hil 20 10. Princeton. I Others: Oak Hills 6, Seven Hills 4. Volleyball DIVISION I 1. Mercy (8) 116 2. Ursuline 14) Ill 3. Mt. Notre Dame 82 4. McAuley 78 5. Seton 70 6. OakHiis S3 7. Miitord 49 8. Harrison 36 9. Lakota 34 10. Walnut Hills 12 Others: Princeton 10, Hamilton 4, Mount Healthy 3, Colerain 2. DIVISION II, 111,1V 1. St Ursula (4) 40 2. Roger Bacon 36 3. Finneytown 30 4. Northwest 22 5. Felicity 19 6. Norwood 11 7. Little Miami 9 8. Madeira 8 9. Williamsburg 7 10. CCD 6 Others: Kings 4, Lockland, St. Bernard 2. . Boys cross country 1. St. Xavier (12) 120 2. Elder 104 3. La Salle 98 4. Oak Hills 85 5. Turpin 64 6. Moeller 60 7. Fairfield 43 I. Princeton 32 8. Anderson 22 10. Sycamore... 11 Others: Middletown 6, Goshen 5, Lakota 4, Harrison, Roger Bacon 2, Milford I. Girls cross country 1. OakHiis (10) 100 2. Mercy 82 3. Ursuline 69 4. Anderson 65 5. Sycamore 60 6. Seton 48 7. McNicholas 38 8. Harrison 21 9. Lakota 20 10. McAuley 14 Others: Colerain 13, Fairfield 12, Walnut Hills, Miitord 3, Princeton, Middletown 1. mont 6, Badin, Norwood 5, Ander GCL-North League Overall Team W L W L PF PA Badin 1 0 4 0 110 19 C-Julienne 1 0 2 2 77 83 Pur. Marian 0 0 4 0 116 66 Roger Bacon 0 0 2 2 80 53 Alter 0 1 2 2 107 43 McNicholas 0 1 1 3 62 102 Greater Miami Conference League Overall Team W L W L PF PA Middletown 2 0 4 0 119 22 Princeton 2 0 4 0 170 18 Hamilton 2 0 2 2 47 51 Miitord 1 1 2 2 67 91 Lakota 1 1 2 2 53 82 Lima Senior 0 2 1 3 41 111 Sycamore 0 2 1 3 49 70 Fairfield 0 2 0 4 10 70 Metro County Conference League Overall Team W L W L PF PA Ml. Healthy 0 0 3 1 72 57 Colerain 0 0 2 2 52 75 West. Hills 0 0 2 2 71 56 Queen City American League Overall Team W L W L PF PA Anderson 0 0 3 1 143 48 GlenEste 0 0 3 1 101 54 Amelia.. 0 0 2 2 40 49 Turpin 0 0 1 3 83 60 Tatt 0 0 0 4 12 133 Woodward 0 0 0 4 62 148 Fort Ancient Valley Conf. Leagut Overair Team W L W L PF PA Springboro 1 0 4 0 123 34 Goshen 0 0 4 0 121 51 Ross 1 0 3 1 67 54 Little Miami 1 0 2 2 93 63 Mason 0 1 2 2 41 42 Kings 0 1 2 2 47 58 Blanchester 0 1 0 4 25 125 GCL-South League Overall Team W L W L PF PA Elder 0 0 4 0 136 IB LaSaUe 0 0 3 1 122 56 SI Xavier 0 0 3 1 98 27 Moeller 0 0 3 1 95 46 son, Wyoming, Lakota 1. Coaches voting in the poll include Pat Mancuso, Princeton; Steve Klonne Moeller; Tom Grippa, Elder; Jim Lou der, La Salle; Ben Hubbard, Fairfield Southern Buckeye Conf. League Overall Team w L W L PF PA NRIchmond 0 0 4 0 86 96 Williamsburg 0 0 3 1 84 27 W.Brown 0 0 2 2 80 99 N College HI! 0 0 1 3 52 97 Clermont NE..... 0 0 0 4 29 84 Bethel-Tate...... 0 0 0 4 108 Jim Prather, Milford; Dave Schneider, Withrow; Vince Suriano, Anderson; Bobby Klotz. Oak Hills; George Rise Goshen; Herb Woeste, Purcell Marian Queen City National Leagut Overall Team W L W L PF PA Harrison 0 0 3 1 108 105 Norwood 0 0 3 1 106 69 Winton Woods. 0 0 2 2 115 88 Hughes 0 0 1 3 50 105 Northwest 0 0 0 4 7 119 Walnut HiHs 0 0 0 4 6 64 Jim Barre. Norwood; Steve Sheehan, CAPE; Tom Crosby. Mariemont and Lou Cynkar, Winton Woods. Wild night turns out all right for Hughes Q m Sft ' If ; - 'J another bus company. Because of the mix-up, the players and coaches didn't arrive at Taft Stadium until 7:10 p.m., 20 minutes before kickoff. "I was willing to jog down the hill to Taft," halfback Quincy Davis, said. "We did our stretching exercises at Hughes and dressed on the sidewalk outside the stadium at Taft." BY DAVE SCHUTTE Enquirer Contributor Hughes football coach Al West would rather forget about last Friday, although it was the day that the Big Red broke a 12-game losing streak by upending Taft. It all started about 1 a.m. when West experienced severe stomach pains. He drove to Good Samaritan Hospital. He was diagnosed as having a kidney stone and admitted. "I told the doctors I had a football game and couldn't stay," West said. "I thought about walking out but the pain was too intense" When West didn't show up at Hughes Friday morning for classes, many of the players wondered if he was home sleeping or working on new plays for the Taft game. "When I heard Mr. West was in the hospital, I couldn't believe it," linebacker Kenyatta Smith, said. "I knew this was a sign from God and it was time for the team to band together and win." In West's absence, former Big Red coach Bobby Kelly took over. Little did Kelly know that the already bizarre day would get even more bizarre prior to the kickoff. After holding a pregame telephone conference with the coaches from his hospital room at 4 p.m., West received another call about 6:30 p.m. It was Kelly. The bus hadn't arrived and the players were still in the parking lot at Hughes. West gave Kelly the number of The kids took the ball and scored to take a 6-0 lead." At halftime, the Hughes coaches conferred with West again in the hospital to map out the second half strategy. When the game was over, Kelly phoned again to inform West that Hughes had lost by one point. "Bobby then laughed and told me the correct score (26-0)," West said. "I waited up to watch the highlights of the game on television but fell asleep before they came on." Like most fairy tales, this ohe also has a happy ending. West passed the stone Sunday afternoon and is back with the team getting ready for Friday's encounter at Norwood. ' I Taft won the coin toss prior to the game but deferred. As a result, the Big Red received the opening kickoff. "That was the first time this season that we had the ball and weren't behind," West said. "The opponent got the ball first in the previous three games and scored. The Cincinnati EnquirerDick Swalm Hughes players Tony Smith, left, Quincy Davis, Kenyatta Smith and their coach Al West, seated, talk over last Friday's game, 1 '

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