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Area Soccer Coaches’ Polls for Oct. 11


MVSSCA POLLS

BOYS SOCCER

Division I — 1. Beavercreek 69; 2. Centerville 62; 3. Northmont 52; 4. Fairmont 40; 5. Troy 35; 6. Van. Butler 33; 7. Lebanon 27; 8. Xenia 18; 9. Tecumseh 17; 10. Miamisburg 15.

Division II — 1. Carroll 87; 2. Fenwick 84; 3. Bellbrook 66; 4. Alter 63; 5. Monroe 55; 6. Tippecanoe 43; 7. Oakwood 36; 8. CJ 34; 9. Kenton Ridge 13; 10. Indian Lake 4.

Division III — 1. Spg. Catholic Central 98; 2. Yellow Springs 88; 3. Franklin Monroe 79; 4. Greeneview 65; 5. Dayton Christian 54; 6. Bethel 53; 7. Troy Christian 35; 8. Xenia Christian 25; 9. Lehman Catholic 21; 10. Madison 15.

GIRLS SOCCER

Division I — 1. Beavercreek 45, Springboro 45; 3. Centerville 42; 4. Northmont 31; 5. Fairborn 30; 6. Lebanon 27; 7. Wayne 17, Xenia 17; 9. Sidney 11; 10. Troy 9.

Division II — 1. Alter 100; 2. Carroll 81; 3. Monroe 69; 4. Bellbrook 68; 5. Tippecanoe 66; 6. Oakwood 57; 7. Northwestern 40; 8. CJ 31; 9. Spg. Shawnee 14; 10. Valley View 10.

Division III — 1. Lehman Catholic 117; 2. Fenwick 109; 3. Troy Christian 92; 4. Miami East 85; 5. Preble Shawnee 62; 6. Greeneview 52; 7. Franklin Monroe 27; 8. West Liberty-Salem 26; 9 Waynesville 22; 10. Spg. Catholic Central 18.


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