HS Roundup 10/10: Tecumseh girls soccer wraps up CBC title


The Tecumseh girls soccer team defeated Indian Lake 3-1 on Wednesday to claim a Central Buckeye Conference title.

Katie Rawlins, Taylor Sisco and Haley Yeary each had a goal and assists came from Rawlins and Carrie Adams.

Tecumseh, which finished 13-1-2 overall and 9-0-1 in conference play, will host Fairborn on Tuesday to start sectional play.

Boys Soccer

Bethel 2, Kenton Ridge 2: Nick Schmidt and Evan Hart each had a goal for Bethel and Ty Avery and Brandon Gibson both scored for Kenton Ridge.

Tecumseh 9, Indian Lake 0: Emmanuel Gutierrez booted in three goals and Humberto Arevalo added two goals and two assists to lead Tecumseh.

Girls Volleyball

Fairfield 3, Cin. Christian 0: Emily Hesselgesser had six digs with two kills and Jacquie Michel added five digs to lead CC in the loss.

Valley View 3, Dixie 0: Sydney Creamer scored four kills, Madison Simon nine assists and Samantha Shell and Abby Morningstar six digs in a losing effort for Dixie.



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