High school sports results for Thursday, Oct. 24


Girls Soccer

DISTRICT FINALS

DIVISION I

Loveland 1, Springboro 0

1. Dudley. Records: S 13-5-1.

Other scores

Mason 2, Beavercreek 0

St. Ursula 3, Centerville 2

Walnut Hills 2, Fairfield 0

DIVISION II

Alter 7, Spg. Shawnee 1

1. Katie Grunder (Ruffolo); 2. Kyly Borton (Bockrath); 3. Avalee Hagerty (A) (Foster); 4. Danielle Ruffolo (A); 5. Hagerty (A); 6. Caroline Kernen (A) (Trick, Ruffolo); 7. Emma Bockrath (A) (Borton); 8. Alissa Gaberich (SS). Records: SS 13-3-1; A 14-5. Alter will play McNicholas and look to avenge a 3-2 defeat at the hands of the Rockets in September.

Other scores

Tippecanoe 4, Northwestern 3, OT

McNicholas 4, Indian Hill 0

Ross 2, Monroe 1, 2OT

DIVISION III

Lehman Catholic 5, Bethel 0
1. Lachey (Keller); 2. Keller (Kronenberger); 3. K. Edwards (Franklin); 4. Emrick (Schroeder); 5. Lee (L). Records: LC 16-1-1; B 6-7-4.
Fenwick 2, Mariemont 1
1. Matix (F) (Engle); 2. Daigle (F) (McCarthy); 3. York (M). Records: F 9-5-5, M 9-4-6.

Other scores

Cin. Country Day 5, Troy Christian 2

Summit Country Day 7, Brookville 0

Badin 2, Madeira 1, OT


Volleyball

District Finals

DIVISION IV

At Van Wert

Marion Local d. New Knoxville, 25-21, 22-25, 25-17, 25-9. NK: Horstman 18 assists, 11 digs; Reineke 13 kills, 20 digs; Schroer 37 digs. Lammers 43 digs.


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