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OHIO HIGH SCHOOL BOYS SOCCER RECORDS

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INDIVIDUAL

Goals, game Goals scored, season Goals scored, career
Assists, game Assists, season Assists, career
Saves, game Saves, season Saves, career
Shutouts, season Shutouts, career Consecutive shutouts

TEAM

Wins, season Wins, all-time Consecutive wins
Unbeaten streak Goals, game Goals, season
Shutouts, season Consecutive shutouts  
Most State Championships Most State Tournament Appearances  

COACHING/MISCELLANEOUS

Wins, all-time Consecutive goals 30 assist, 40 goal seasons
Longest game Notes  

 

INDIVIDUAL
Most Goals Scored, Game (minimum 7)

1

11 Chad Johnston, Chardon vs. Garfield Heights (08/30/2008)

2

10 Nic Kleman, Oak Harbor vs. Milan Edison (10/03/2005)
3 9 Phillip M. Walter, Columbus Hamilton Township vs. Columbus West (09/21/2002)
9 Justin Daly, Hubbard vs. Newton Falls (09/15/2001)
9 Jeremy Kephart, Parma vs. Garfield Heights (10/14/1998)

  

9 Mawael Ketema, Columbus South vs. Columbus Marion Franklin (09/16/1997)

7

8 Jason Darocha, Warren Lordstown vs. Andover Pymatuning Valley (09/27/2001)
8 Brian Scheall, Elyria Catholic vs. LaGrange Keystone (08/30/2001)
8 Dave Spitz, North Olmsted vs. Fairview Park Fairview (10/16/1982)

 

8 Jimmy Becker, North Olmsted vs. Oberlin (09/26/1979)
11 7 DeShawn Parker, Lisbon Beaver Local vs. Columbiana (9/23/2013)

 

7 Jordan Fletcher, South Point vs. Piketon (09/25/2007)
7 Denny Hempker, Ada vs. Old Fort (10/12/2006)
7 Kyle Millinger, Port Clinton vs. Milan Edison (10/03/2006)
7 Nic Kleman, Oak Harbor vs. Castalia Margaretta (09/07/2006)
7 Luke Purpero, Waverly vs. Lucasville Valley (10/14/2004)
7 Greg Shepka, Lyndhurst Brush vs. Solon (2004)
7 Dan Deisher, Brookville (2002)
7 Ryan Mehaffie, New Carlisle Tecumseh vs. Urbana (09/08/2001)
7 Almar Walter, Columbus Hamilton Township vs. Circleville Logan Elm (2000)
7 Almar Walter, Columbus Hamilton Township vs. Lancaster Fairfield Union (1999)
  7 Daniel Griest, Springfield Northwestern (1996)
7 Jamion Berry, Gates Mills Gilmour Academy (1991)
7 Nannu Singh, Lexington vs. Tiffin Columbian (1989)
7 Matt Russell, Zanesville Maysville (1988)
7 Mike Gabel, Rocky River (1973)
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Most Goals Scored, Season (minimum 48)
1 62 Ryan Pore, Mansfield Madison Comprehensive (2001)
2 61 Keith Artim, Thompson Ledgemont (1989)
3 59 Calum Latham, Springfield Catholic Central (2011)
4 57 DeShawn Parker, Lisbon Beaver Local (2013)
  57 Calum Latham, Springfield Catholic Central (2010)
5 56 Ken "Kiki" Willis, Youngstown Cardinal Mooney (2004)
6 53 Luke Purpero, Waverly (2004)
  53 Marshall Plow, Gaates Mills Hawken (2003)
  53 Daniel Griest, Springfield Northwestern (1997)
9 52 Calum Latham, Springfield Catholic Central (2009)
  52 Nic Kleman, Oak Harbor (2006)
11 51 Dillan Lewis, Wheelersburg (2010)
12 50 Phillip Walter, Columbus Hamilton Township (2003)
50 Ken "Kiki" Willis, Youngstown Cardinal Mooney (2003)
  50 Daniel Griest, Springfield Northwestern (1996)
  50 Chris Parker, Tipp City Bethel (1988)
16 49 Dan Bryant, Toledo Ottawa Hills (2004)
  49 Lenny Schmidt, Reynoldsburg (1987)
18 48 Tyler Bryant, Chillicothe Unioto (2006)
  48 Mawael Ketema, Columbus South (1997)
  48 Chris Darby, Kings Mills Kings (1995)
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Most Goals Scored, Career (minimum 115)
1 198 Calum Latham, Catholic Central (2008-2011)
2 172 Ken "Kiki" Willis, Youngstown Cardinal Mooney (2001-2004)
3 168 Daniel Griest, Springfield Northwestern (1994-1997)
4 156 Luke Purpero, Waverly (2002-2005)
5 154 Ryan Pore, Mansfield Madison Comprehensive (1998-2001)
6 149 Mike Pepe, Canfield (1985-1989)
7 147 Chris Parker, Tipp City Bethel (1985-1988)
8 144 Bill Waters, Lorain Catholic (2000-03)
10 134 Phillip Walter, Columbus Hamilton Township (2000-2003)
11 128 Chris Dore, Lorain Catholic (1991-1994)
12 127 Dan Bryant, Toledo Ottawa Hills (2001-2004)
13 126 Alex Priede, Cincinnati Summit Country Day (2006-2009)
  126 Stefan Latham, Springfield Catholic Central (2004-2007)
15 123 Lenny Schmidt, Reynoldsburg (1985-1987)
16 120 Dillan Lewis, Wheelersburg (2007-2010)
17 119 William Mascol, Columbia Station Columbia (1996-1999)
  119 Jamal Shteiwi, Cincinnati Summit Country Day (1996-1999)
19 118 Kevin Terry, North Olmsted (1975-1977)
20 117 Tyler Bryant, Chillicothe Unioto (2004-2007)
  117 Jeremy Kephart, Parma (1995-1998)
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Most Assists, Game (minimum 5)
1 8 Anthony Terry, Conneaut vs. Jefferson Area (10/19/2010)
2 7 Ryan Ruef, Plain City Jonathan Alder vs. Baltimore Liberty Union (09/09/2005)
7 Max Brugler, Warren Champion vs. Newton Falls (10/13/2004)
  7 Andrew Brumbergs, Solon (1996)

5

6 Sam Armstrong, Troy Christian vs. New Paris National Trail (09/11/2007)
6 Danny Clum, Ada vs. Old Fort (10/12/2006)
6 Tony Ezerski, Brookville (2002)
6 Joe Dutka, Mansfield Madison vs. Tiffin Columbian (1995)
6 Dan Lee, Bluffton vs. Kenton (1993)

 

6 Matt Russell, Zanesville Maysville (1986)
11 5 Devon Miller, Norwalk vs. Sandusky Perkins (9/21/2013)
  5 David Bontrager, Archbold vs. Maumee (09/15/2012)
  5 Eric Austria, Dayton Carroll vs. Clayton Northmont (2012)
  5 Kyle Simpson, Reading vs. Cincinnati North College Hill (10/11/2010)
  5 Nathan Kafity, North Ridgeville Lake Ridge Acad. vs. Gates Mills Gilmour (08/21/2008)
5 Bryce Hodges, Newton vs. Twin Valley South (2007)
5 Kyle Millinger, Port Clinton vs. Milan Edison (10/03/2006)
5 Josh Shreves, Kinsman Badger (2005)
5 Slavisa Ubiparipovic,  Mentor vs. Bedford (2003)
5 Adam Tubbs, Lorain Catholic vs. Lorain Southview (2003)
5 Kolby Lacrone, Dresden Tri-Valley vs. Coshocton (2002)
5 Nathan Raught, Kinsman Badger vs. Middlefield Cardinal (2002)
5 Stevie Morgan, New Albany vs. Baltimore Liberty Union (09/12/2002)
5 Jeff Jacko, North Olmsted vs. Amherst Steele (09/06/2000)
5 Geoff Givan, Wheelersburg (1999)
   5 Dustin Sampson, Wheelersburg vs. New Boston Glenwood (1996)
5 Nick June, Mentor vs. Garfield Heights (1983)
5 Billy Simpson, West Chester Lakota vs. Monroe Lemon-Monroe (1982)
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Most Assists, Season (minimum 25)
1

39

Nick Blevins, Carroll Bloom-Carroll (2005)
2

38

Max Brugler, Warren Champion (2004)
3 35 Stefan Latham, Springfield Catholic Central (2007)
4 34 Joe Halula, Springfield Catholic Central (2010)
  34 Joe Halula, Springfield Catholic Central (2009)

 

34

Kolby LaCrone, Dresden Tri-Valley (2003)

34 Kolby LaCrone, Dresden Tri-Valley (2002)
8 32 Thor Beckdahl, Springfield Catholic Central (2012)
  32 Sam Miller, Kinsman Badger (2008)
  32 Jimmy Cummings, Cincinnati Madeira (2002)
 

32

Eric Mains, Lucasville Valley (2000)
12 30 Kolby LaCrone, Dresden Tri-Valley (2001)
30 Mike Mariscalco, Kettering Archbishop Alter (1998)
  30 Dustin Sampson, Wheelersburg (1996)
15 29 Kevin Zidron, Cincinnati Anderson (2004)
29 Austin Love, Cincinnati Madeira (2002)
  29 Geoff Givan, Wheelersburg (1999)
18 28 Matt Quinn, Akron Archbishop Hoban
28 Nick Blevins, Carroll Bloom-Carroll (2004)
28 Geoff Givan, Wheelersburg (2000)
21 27 Kyle Simpson, Reading (2010)
  27 Greg McNutt, Oak Harbor (2006)
27 Todd Bradley, Solon (1996)
  27 Mike Patterson, Brecksville-Broadview Hts. (1973)
25 25 Drew Sampson, Wheelersburg (2004)
25 Patrick Smith, Franklin (1997)
  25 Brad Petzinger, Rocky River (1986)
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Most Assists, Career (minimum 55)
1 119 Nick Blevins, Carroll Bloom-Carroll (2004-2007)
2 109 Kolby LaCrone, Dresden Tri-Valley (2001-2004)
3 93 Joe Halula, Springfield Catholic Central (2007-2010)
4 83 Jeffrey Pacini, Gates Mills Hawken (1994-1997)
5 79 Mike Patterson, Brecksville-Broadview Hts. (1973-1976)
6 77 Kevin Zidron, Cincinnati Anderson (2001-2004)
7 76 Stefan Latham, Springfield Catholic Central (2004-2007)
8 75 Kyle Simpson, Reading (2007-2010)
  75 Patrick Smith, Franklin (1994-1997)
10 74 Calum Latham, Springfield Catholic Central (2008-2011)
11 73 Drew Sampson, Wheelersburg (2002-2005)
12 72 Mike Mariscalco, Kettering Archbishop Alter (1995-1998)
13 71 Kyle Whitmore, Toledo Start (2006-2009)
  71 Dustin Sampson, Wheelersburg (1993-1996)
15 70 Thor Beckdahl, Springfield Catholic Central (2010-2012)
16 69 Mike Pepe, Canfield (1985-1989)
17 67 Tyler Day, Warren Champion (2006-2008)
67 Jimmy Cummings, Cincinnati Madeira (2001-2003)
67 Geoff Givan, Wheelersburg (1997-2000)
  67 Jeff Boehling, Solon
21 62 Andrew Brumbergs, Solon
22 59 Tony Ezerski, Brookville (2002)
23 58 Bryce Hodges, Newton (2004-2007)
  58 Clifton Brown, Chillicothe Unioto (2002-2005)
25 57 Jamal Shteiwi, Cincinnati Summit Country Day (1996-1999)
  57 Matt Quinn, Akron Archbishop Hoban
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Most Saves, Game (minimum 35)
1 54 Tony Kremer, Monroe vs. Centerville (1996)
2 45 Brett Ford, Vienna Mathews vs. Crestview (08/26/2006)
45 Alex Spitler, Sycamore Mohawk vs. Van Buren (10/09/2000)
4 42 Jerry Haustetter, Cincinnati Glen Este vs. Cincinnati Sycamore (1979)
5 40 Brett Ford, Vienna Mathews vs. Warren Champion (10/21/2004)
40 Matt Koopman, Pleasant Hill Newton (09/09/2003)
  40 Jerry Haustetter, Cincinnati Glen Este vs.Cincinnati Western Hills (1978)
8 38 Bryce Kramer, West Union vs. Portsmouth West (09/28/2009)
9 38 Ryan Paul, Elmore Woodmore vs. Oak Harbor (08/23/2010)
  38 Brad Eby, Woodsfield Monroe Central vs. Steubenville (09/13/2005)
  38 Chris Clark, Zanesville Maysville vs. Dresden Tri-Valley (1994)
12 37 Brett Ford, Vienna Mathews vs. Bristolville Bristol (09/29/2004)

13

36 Joe Bell, Reading vs. Norwood (09/25/2003)
36 Wes Auld, Convoy Crestview vs. Ada (10/17/2000)
  36 Tim Oberschlake, Cincinnati Glen Este vs. Milford (1980)
16 35 Wes Auld, Convoy Crestview vs. Lima Bath (10/19/1999)
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Most Saves, Season (minimum 250)
1 424 Bradley Eby, Woodsfield Monroe Central (2006)
2 403 James Walchanowicz, Garfield Hts. (1981)
3 395 Brett Ford, Vienna Mathews (2006)
4 388 Alex Spitler, Sycamore Mohawk (2001)
5 380 Dustin Schimmoeller, Pemberville Eastwood (1998)
6 370 Matt Phillips, Pemberville Eastwood (1987)
  370 Ken Miller, Elida (1986)
8 340 Jerry Haustetter, Cincinnati Glen Este (1979)
9 337 Eric Ward, Pemberville Eastwood (1991)
10 334 Jerry Haustetter, Cincinnati Glen Este (1978)
11 324 Brett Ford, Vienna Mathews (2004)
12 323 Eric Ward, Pemberville Eastwood (1990)
13 321 Alex Spitler, Sycamore Mohawk (2000)
14 296 Brad Eby, Woodsfield Monroe Central (2005)
15 289 Matt Phillips, Pemberville Eastwood (1985)
16 285 Jon Shoffstall, Lewistown Indian Lake (1998)
17 277 Jonathan Runion, Findlay (2001)
18 276 R.J. Mancini, Cincinnati Glen Este (2012)
19 275 Matt Cook, Marysville (1992)
20 269 Cody Merica, St. Paris Graham (2009)
21 267 Dustin Schimmoeller, Pemberville Eastwood (1999)
22 264 Mark Meier, Pemberville Eastwood (1988)
23 263 Matt Phillips, Pemberville Eastwood (1985)
24 261 Matt Cook, Marysville (1991)
25 256 Kevin Vickers, Pemberville Eastwood (1981)
26 254 David Moos, Springfield Northeastern (2003)
  254 Chris Fix, Bryan (1996)
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Most Saves, Career (minimum 550)
1 1,180 Brett Ford, Vienna Mathews (2003-2006)
2 1,072 James Walchanowicz, Garfield Heights (1981-1983)
3 972 Adam Sweeney, Pemberville Eastwood (1993-1996)
4 943 Alex Spitler, Sycamore Mohawk (1999-2001)
5 930 Matt Phillips, Pemberville Eastwood (1984-1987)
6 921 Dustin Schimmoeller, Pemberville Eastwood (1997-1999)
7 875 Ken Miller, Elida (1984-1986)
8 857 Jon Shoffstall, Lewistown Indian Lake (1995-1998)
9 793 Chris Clark, Zanesville Maysville (1992-1995)
10 718 Eric Ward, Pemberville Eastwood (1988-1991)
11 697 Jonathan Runion, Findlay (1998-2001)
12 674 Matt Snipes, Newton (2004-2007)
13 652 Ryan Paul, Elmore Woodmore (2009-2012)
14 624 Ron Cameron, Wheelersburg (1987-1989)
15 612 Michael Montion, Swanton (2004-2007)
16 594 Kevin Craig, Huron (2001-2004)
17 593 Neil Goldfarb, Pepper Pike Orange (1995-1998)
18 589 Josh Upshire, Kinsman Badger (1998-2001)
19 587 Dustin Robbins, Chillicothe Unioto (1997-2000)
20 580 Jeff Kendall, Huron (1998-2000)
21 579 Brad Powell, Kinsman Badger (1988-1991)
22 576 Chris Fix, Bryan (1994-1996)
23 575 Matt Gebhardt, Pepper Pike Orange (2003-2006)
575 Ted Wenger, Findlay (1993-1996)
25 563 Charlie New, Huron (2000-2002)
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Most Shutouts, Season (minimum 15)
1 20 Mark Fridenmaker, Centerville (1985)
2 19 Ryan Grimme, Gahanna Lincoln (2009)
  19 David Stockum, Fairfield (2006)
4 17 Ryan Hall, Cincinnati Summit Country Day (2012)
  17 Mike Lavric, Gahanna Lincoln (2006)
17 Mike Reichman, Kettering Archbishop Alter (1988)
17 Ben Pickrel, Kettering Archbishop Alter (1987)
8 16 Nate Remington, Ashland (2005)
  16 Kris Laskowski, Kings Mills Kings (1992)

 

16 Tom Tipton, Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy (1991)
11 15 Drew Stechschulte, Kalida (2010)
  15 Kevin Gilligan, Cincinnati Madeira (2002)
  15 Chris Schilling, Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy (1993)
15 Mark Seeman, Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit (1984)
15 Terry Stanoch, Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit (1982)
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Most Shutouts, Career (minimum 30)
1 47

Ryan Hall, Cincinnati Summit Country Day (2009-2012)

2 42

Craig Salvati, Liberty Township Lakota East (1997-2000)

3 41

Ryan Grimme, Gahanna Lincoln (2007-2009)

4 40 Spencer Semple, Canton GlenOak (2088-2011)
  40 Michael Lavric, Gahanna Lincoln (2003-2006)
40 Kevin Gilligan, Cincinnati Madeira (2000-2003)
40 Kris Laskowski, Kings Mills Kings (1990-1993)
8 39 Noah Kummer, Dayton Carroll (2011-2013)
9 36 Zac Gray, West Salem Northwestern (2009-2012)
  36 Tom Edelmann, Dayton Carroll (2004-2006)
  36 David Stockum, Fairfield (2003-2006)
36 Mike Loparo, Lyndhurst Brush (2002-2005)
36 Jeremy Curington, West Chester Lakota West (2000-2003)
  36 Adam Maloney, Springfield Catholic Central (1999-2002)
36 Jeremy Williams, Wheelersburg (1998-2002)
16 35 Aaron Collins, Dayton Carroll (2001-2003)
  35 Curtis Shoup, Berlin Hiland (1996-1999)
18 34 Cody Maxwell, Kalida (2001-2003)
  34 Aaron Vorst, Kalida (1997-2000)
  34 Mark Fridenmaker, Centerville (1984-1985)
21 33 Mike Munchel, Cincinnati Colerain (2001-2003)
  33 J.R. Nelson, Springfield Catholic Central (1994-1997)
33 Whitney Gibson, Tipp City Tippecanoe (1993-1995)
  33 Tom Tipton, Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy (1988-1991)
25 31 Robert Hasselfeld, West Chester Lakota West (2008-2010)
  31 Kyle Bowers, Norwalk (2002-2004)
27 30 John Tignor, Coshocton (2006-2009)

 

30 Matt Renfrow, Bluffton (1997-1999)
30 Scott Nixon, Lyndhurst Brush (1996-1999)
  30 Chris Hogsten, Dayton Carroll (1994-1996)
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Consecutive Shutouts (minimum 8)
1 17 Michael Lavric, Gahanna Lincoln (2006)
2 11 Scott Mays, Cincinnati Summit Country Day (2008)
3 10 Thomas Nolan, Gahanna Columbus Academy (2012)
  10 Kevin Gilligan, Cincinnati Madeira (2003)
10 Billy Sicke, Centerville (1996)
  10 Greg Stepler, Dayton Carroll (1992)
  10 Mark Fridenmaker, Centerville (1985)
10 Terry Stanoch, Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit (1982)
9 9 David Weiss, Beachwood (2002)
  9 Kris Laskowski, Kings Mills Kings (1992)
9 Tom Loiczly, Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit (1991)
12 8 Ryan Hall, Cincinnati Summit Country Day (2012)
  8 Jake Samsel, Olmsted Falls (2012)
  8 Michael Thomas, Canfield (2010)
  8 John Tignor, Coshocton (2009)
  8 Robert Hasselfeld, West Chester Lakota West (2009)
  8 Byron Regester, Columbus St. Francis DeSales (2007)
  8 David Stockum, Fairfield (2006)
  8 Tom Edelmann, Dayton Carroll (2004)
8 Nick Tomazine, Lorain Catholic (2003)
8 Trevor Pike, Lima Shawnee (2002)
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TEAM
Most Wins, Season (minimum 23)
1 25 Clayton Northmont (1988), 25-0

 

25 North Olmsted (1985), 25-0
3 24 Centerville (1985), 24-1
4 23 Dayton Carroll (2011), 23-0-0
  23 Jamestown Greeneview (2005)
23 Cincinnati Madeira (2002) 23-0-0
23 Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit (1990), 23-1-1
23 North Olmsted (1989), 23-2
23 Westerville South (1989), 23-1-1

 

23 Cincinnati Turpin (1986), 23-1-1
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Most Wins, All-Time (minimum 200)
1 541 Dayton Carroll (1975-2013)
2 516 Centerville (1973-2006)
3 493 Chagrin Falls, 493-245-100 (1970-2013)
  493 Kettering Archbishop Alter, 493-172-120 (1974-2013)
5 478 Brecksville-Broadview Heights (1968-2009)
6 463 North Olmsted (1972-2002) 
  463 Beavercreek, 460-92-183 (1975-2011)
8 462 Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit, (1978-2012)
9 455 Mentor (1973-2009)
10 493 Chagrin Falls, 493-245-100 (1970-2013)
11 471 Cincinnati Turpin (updated 2013)
12 438 Findlay, 438-167-63 (1976-2009)
13 435 Springfield Catholic Central (updated 2013)
14 416 Cincinnati Summit Country Day (1980-2012)
15 408 Rocky River (1968-2009)
16 377 Richfield Revere (updated 2012)
17 366 Granville (1975-2008)
18 364 Lyndhurst Brush, 364-231-114 (1970-2009)
19 353 Wheelersburg, 353-75-39 (1986-2010)
20 348 Ashland, 348-180-48 (1984-2013) (Updated Spring 2014)
21 347 Milford (1977-2011)
22 335 Bellbrook, 335-132-52 (1982-2009)
23 325 Berlin Hiland (1975-2009)
24 324 Kalida (1989-2013)
25 313 Tipp City Tippecanoe (1982-2004)
26 306 Lima Shawnee (1982-2009)
27 295 Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller (updated 2010)
28 244 Jamestown Greeneview
29 243 Solon (updated 2009)
30 234 Chillicothe Unioto (1985-2009)
31 223 Pepper Pike Orange (1974-2006)
32 214 Pleasant Hill Newton, 214-228-44 (1978-2010)
33 209 West Chester Lakota (1976-1996)
34 208 Lorain Catholic (1986-2003)
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Consecutive Wins (minimum 20)
1 34 Dayton Carroll (2010-2012)
  34 Centerville (1984-85)
3

33

Brecksville-Broadview Heights (1992-1994)
4 30 Cleveland St. Ignatius (2004-2005)
5 29 Cincinnati Madeira (2002-2003)

6

28

Brecksville-Broadview Heights (1975-1976)
7 23 Gahanna Lincoln (2009-2010)
 

23

Jamestown Greeneview (2005)

9

22

Columbus Bexley (2003)
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Longest Unbeaten Streak (wins and ties, minimum 30)
1 68 Dayton Carroll (2010-2013)
2 47 Cincinnati Madeira (2002-2004)
3 44 Centerville (1984-1985)
4 43 Gahanna Lincoln (2009-2010)
 

43

Cincinnati Turpin (2000-2001)
 

43

Worthington Thomas Worthington (1998-1999)
7

41

Brecksville-Broadview Heights (1992-1994)
8

36

Mentor (1989-1990)
9

35

North Olmsted (1985-1986)
10

33

Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit (1990-1991)
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Goals Scored, Game (minimum 18)
1 28 Wheelersburg vs. West Union (1999)
2 24 Mansfield Christian vs. Toledo Macomber (10/21/1985)
3 23 New Carlisle Tecumseh vs. Urbana (09/08/2001)
  23 Ashland vs. Tiffin Columbian (1996)
5 22 Vermillion vs. Sheffield Brookside (09/09/2004)
22 Mentor vs. Akron Garfield (1983)
  22 Findlay vs. Toledo Rogers (1979)
8 20 Dresden Tri-Valley vs. Zanesville Maysville (09/14/2004)
20 Bluffton vs. Convoy Crestview (09/09/1999)
  20 North Olmsted vs. North Ridgeville (10/29/1981)
11 19 Kettering Archbishop Alter vs. Trotwood-Madison (10/20/2001)
19 Pleasant Hill Newton vs. New Madison Tri-Village (1983)
  19 North Olmsted vs. Fairview Park Fairview (10/16/1982)
14 18 New Albany vs. Amanda-Clearcreek (10/01/2002)
18 Columbus Hamilton Township vs. Columbus West (09/21/2002)
18 New Carlisle Tecumseh vs. Lewistown Indian Lake (09/11/2002)
18 Kettering Archbishop Alter vs. Pleasant Hill Newton (10/24/1998)
18 Columbus South vs. Columbus Marion Franklin (09/16/1997)
18 Berlin Hiland vs. Wooster Triway (09/05/1991)
  18 North Olmsted vs. Cathedral Latin (11/01/1977)
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Goals Scored, Season (minimum 120)
1 158 Findlay (1979)   
2 156 North Olmsted (1981)
3 147 Dresden Tri-Valley (2003)
4 139 Springfield Catholic Central (2012)
5 138 Columbus Bexley (2005)
  138 North Olmsted (1982)
7 137 Springfield Catholic Central (2010)
8 136 Dayton Carroll (2005)
9 135 Springfield Catholic Central (2009)
10 131 Springfield Catholic Central (2011)
  131 Springfield Catholic Central (2001)
12 130 Brecksville-Broadview Hts. (1973)
13 129 Wheelersburg (1994)
14 128 Wheelersburg (1999)
  128 Granville (1994)
16 127 Springfield Catholic Central (2002)
17 125 Dresden Tri-Valley (2002)
  125 North Olmsted (1989)
19 123 Dresden Tri-Valley (2004)
  123 Dayton Carroll (2004)
  123 Lucasville Valley (2000)
22 122 Columbus Bexley (2006)
  122 North Olmsted (1989)
24 120 Springfield Catholic Central (2007)
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Most Shutouts, Season (minimum 15)
1 20 Centerville (1985)
2 19 Gahanna Lincoln (2009)
  19 Fairfield (2006)
4 18 Cincinnati Summit Country Day (2012)
5 17 Gahanna Lincoln (2006)
17 Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit (1990)
17 Kettering Archbishop Alter (1988)
17 Kettering Archbishop Alter (1987)
9 16 North Olmsted (1981)
10 15 West Salem Northwestern (2012)
  15 Kalida (2010)
  15 Centerville (2005)
15 Cincinnati Madeira (2002)
  15 Akron Archbishop Hoban (1996)
15 Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit (1984)
15 Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit (1982)
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Consecutive Shutouts (minimum 8)
1

17

Gahanna Lincoln (2006)
2

12

Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit (1982)
3 10 Medina Highland (2012)
 

10

Gahanna Columbus Academy (2012)
 

10

Centerville (1996)
  10 Dayton Carroll (1992)
 

10

Centerville (1985)
6 9 Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit (1991)
7 8 Cincinnati Summit Country Day (2012)
  8 Olmsted Falls (2012)
  8 Canfield (2010)
  8 Coshocton (2009)
  8 West Chester Lakota West (2009)
 

8

Cincinnati Summit Country Day (2008)
 

8

Fairfield (2006)

8

Centerville (2005)
  8 Dayton Carroll (2004)

8

Lorain Catholic (2003)
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Most State Championships
1 5 Cleveland St. Ignatius (2011, 10, 08, 05, 04)
  5 Dayton Carroll (2012, 2011, 10 08, 80)
3 4 Columbus St. Francis DeSales (2009, 97, 92, 86)

 

4

Kettering Archbishop Alter (1998, 96, 88, 87)
  4 North Olmsted (1999, 96, 85, 77)
6 3 Brecksville-Broadview Heights (1993, 92, 81)
  3 Cincinnati Turpin (2001, 00, 1986)
  3 Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit (2006, 90, 82)
  3 Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy (2010, 07, 04)
  3 Thomas Worthington (2001, 1998, 91)
  3 Worthington Christian (2011, 09, 06)
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Most State Tournament Appearances

1

14

North Olmsted (2000, 1999, 96, 90, 89, 88, 87, 85, 84, 82, 81, 80, 77, 76)
2 13 Centerville (2010, 01, 1998, 96, 95, 94, 89, 85, 84, 82, 81, 77, 76)
3 12 Columbus St. Francis DeSales (2009, 08, 07, 02, 01, 00, 1997, 94, 92, 90, 86, 84)
4 11 Bay Village Bay (2009, 08, 06, 05, 1997, 94, 93, 92, 91, 90, 89)
  11 Worthington Christian (2012, 2011, 10, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05, 03, 02, 00)
  11 Gates Mills Hawken (2012, 2011, 2008, 07, 03, 01, 00, 1999, 97, 96, 95)
7 10 Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit (2010, 06, 01, 00, 1991, 90, 87, 86, 83, 82)
  10 Kettering Archbishop Alter (2007, 06, 02, 1998, 97, 96, 94, 93, 88, 87)
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COACHING
Most Wins, All-Time (minimum 250)
1 493 Mario Gerhardt, Chagrin Falls (1970-2013) 493-245-100
2 462 John Kissner, Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit (1978-2012)
3 418 Shane Latham, Springfield Catholic Central (1986-2012)
4 413 Albert Laux, Findlay (1976-2007)
5 391 Tom Mackar, Mentor (1973-2003)
6 387 Scott Molfenter, Dayton Carroll (1992-2013) and West Milton Milton-Union (1990-1991) 387-56-41
7 386 Paul Boll, Wheelersburg (1986-2013) 386-91-47
8 351 Patrick Gillespie, Rocky River (1970-2004)
9 344 Tony Niccoli, Brecksville-Broadview Heights (1973-1993) (1997-2002) 344-119-48
10 328 Bob Servis, Kettering Fairmont (1975-1977), Tipp City Tippecanoe (1982-2004) 328-114-50
11 326 Sam Massad, Bay Village Bay (1969-94)  326-93-53
12 325 John Basalyga, Cincinnati Turpin (1978-2002) (325-93-58)
13 324 Mark Czubik, Kalida (1989-2013)
14 306 John Guiliano, Beavercreek (1988-2011)
  306 Bruce Bagley, St. Bernard Elmwood Place (1973-2002) 306-194-47
  306 Bob "Wiz" Ellis, Kettering Archbishop Alter (1990-2013) 306-114-67
17 282 Tom Hatfield, North Olmsted (1972-1989) 282-59-29
  282 John Daulton, Granville (1975-1981, 1991-2008) 282-116-50
19 259 Brian Stevens, Centerville
20 255 Steve Cummins, West Chester Lakota West (1983-2003) 255-80-65
21 253 Ian Hamilton, Worthington Thomas Worthington (1982-1998)
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MISCELLANEOUS
Most Consecutive Goals, Individual (minimum 5)
1 9 Emmett Kresslein, Lebanon (2013)
2 8 Alex Priede, Cincinnati Summit Country Day (2009)
 

8

Alex Bonda, Pepper Pike Orange (2006)
3

6

Thomas Major, Berlin Hiland (2002)

6

Ryan Ulrey, Ada (2002)

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30 assists/40 goals, Season
  34/46 Kolby LaCrone, Dresden Tri-Valley (2003)
  32/40 Eric Mains, Lucasville Valley (2000)
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Longest Game
1 204 minutes (25 OTs) Centerville 2 vs. Dayton Carroll 1 (1977)
2 114 minutes (7 OTs) Mentor 1 vs. Gates Mills Gilmour 0 (1977)
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Notes

Powell Olentangy Liberty and Beavercreek scored on 27 consecutive penalty kicks without missing in a state semifinal shootout. Powell Olentangy Liberty, 14 and Beavercreek 13. (11/8/2011)
Elida scored 10 seconds into the game vs. Findlay (2001). Goal by Jay Logsdon, assist Jay Shearn.
Wheelersburg scored nine seconds into the game vs. Portsmouth (10/12/2000). Goal by Jeremy Williams, assist Geoff Givan.
Poland Seminary scored seven seconds in the game vs. Alliance (09/09/2003). Goal by Ken Toth.
Craig Salvati, goalkeeper for Lakota East, played every minute of every game in his four year career, totaling 6,480 minutes. (1997-2000)
Andrew Tipton, Uniontown Lake, scored a goal directly off of kickoff vs. Canton McKinley. (10/12/2004)
Tyler Johnston, Lorain Southview, scored a goal directly off kickoff vs. Shaker Heights. (10/06/2005)
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