High School results for Nov. 8: Beavercreeek advances to state final


Joshua Fleck’s header goal in double-overtime sent the Beavercreek boys soccer team to the Division I state championship game with a 1-0 win over Dublin Coffman on Wednesday in London.

Jonah Ackerson set up the game-winning goal with a corner kick. Keeper Liam Dipple notched the shutout.

Beavercreek will face Medina on Saturday at MAPFRE Stadium at 7 p.m.

Boys Soccer

Col. St. Francis DeSales 2, Alter 0: Zack Garrett and Jack Fransisco scored for DeSales, eliminating defending state champion Alter in a Division II state semifinal.

Summit Country Day 4, Grandview 2: Defending state champion Summit scored three goals in the second half to pull away for the victory in this Division III state semifinal.

SCORES LIST

Boys Soccer

Wednesday’s Results

State Semifinals

Division I

Beavercreek 1, Dublin Coffman 0, 2OT

Medina 2, St. Ignatius 0

Division II

Col. St. Francis 2, Alter 0

Bay 2, Aurora 1

Division III

Summit Country Day 4, Grandview Hts. 2

Ottawa Hills 1, Kidron Central Christian 0

Girls Soccer

Tuesday’s Results

State Semifinals

Division I

Loveland 2, Olentangy Liberty 1, OT

Perrysburg 1, Massillon Jackson 0, OT

Division II

Lake Catholic 1, Mansfield Madison 0

Indian Hill 4, Big Walnut 0

Division III

Kirtland 2, Liberty-Benton 1

Summit Country Day 3, Grandview Hts. 1

REPORTING RESULTS

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