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Upper Arlington High School
November 4-5, 2011

Semifinal #1

Worthington Thomas Worthington 1, Cincinnati St. Ursula Academy 0

UPPER ARLINGTON, Ohio –Thomas Worthington defeated Cincinnati St. Ursula Academy 1-0 in the first semifinal game of the OHSAA state field hockey tournament that began Friday at Upper Arlington High School. This game was a rematch of the 2010 state championship game.


Thomas Worthington (19-0-1) will play in the championship game Saturday against the winner of the Gahanna Columbus Academy and Shaker Heights Hathaway Brown game. The Cardinals are looking to win its third OHSAA field hockey state championship. They previously won titles in 2007 and 1988. The reigning state champion, St. Ursula Academy, finishes the year 16-4-0.


TW - 1-0—1
SUA - 0-0—0


Scoring:
TW- Cami Mullins (assist N/A) 14:26, 1st half

Saves:
TW- 6 (Ellen Westfall)
SUA- 9 (Mackenzie Himmelbauer)


Shots on Goal:
TW-10
SUA- 7


Penalty Corners:
TW- 5
SUA- 8
 

Semifinal #2
Shaker Heights Hathaway Brown 2, Gahanna Columbus Academy 1 (ot)


UPPER ARLINGTON, Ohio – Shaker Heights Hathaway Brown defeated Gahanna Columbus Academy 2-1 in overtime in the second semifinal game of the OHSAA state field hockey tournament that began Friday at Upper Arlington High School. After a 1-1 tie after 60 minutes of play, freshman Audrey Warner scored the winning goal with 2:00 left in the 10 minute sudden death overtime.


Hathaway Brown (15-2-2) will play in the championship game Saturday against Thomas Worthington who beat the defending state champions, Cincinnati St. Ursula Academy, in the first semifinal game of the day. The Blazers, who have made 10 consecutive state appearances, are looking to win their first title since 2008. Columbus Academy, who has a field hockey state record eight state titles, finishes the year 17-2-1.


CA - 1-0-0—3
HB - 1-0-1—2


Scoring:
CA- Courtney Deena 27:53, 1st half
HB- Emily Weinberg (assist Annie Brocket), 20:48, 1st half
HB- Audrey Warner 2:00, OT

Saves:
CA- 1 (Megan Neubig)
HB- 3 (Brenna Scully)


Shots on Goal:
CA- 9
HB- 5


Penalty Corners:
CA- 13
HB- 6
 


State Championship Game
Thomas Worthington 1, Shaker Heights Hathaway Brown 0, Overtime

UPPER ARLINGTON, Ohio – In overtime, Thomas Worthington sophomore Nina Devine scored the game’s only goal to give the Cardinals a 1-0 win over Shaker Heights Hathaway Brown Saturday in the OHSAA field hockey state championship game at Upper Arlington High School.

The state title is the third for Thomas Worthington (20-0-1), which also won titles in 2007 and 2008. The Cardinals were the state runner-up last year and avenged that loss in the semifinals this year with a 1-0 win over Cincinnati St. Ursula. Thomas Worthington was making its sixth appearance in the state tournament.

The Cardinals posted seven shots on goal compared to three for HB, and also led in penalty corners 14-4. Thomas Worthington also defeated HB during the regular-season, 1-0, and posted shutout victories in 11 of its 20 victories this season.

Hathaway Brown (15-3-2) was a player short in overtime due to a yellow card violation and disqualification. The Blazers won state titles in 2008 and 2002 and were making their 11th appearance in the state tournament.

TW - 0-0-1—1
HB - 0-0-0—0

Scoring:
TW- Nina Devine 2:25, OT

Saves:
TW- 4 (Ellen Westfall)
HB- 4 (Brenna Scully)

Shots on Goal:
TW- 7
HB- 3

Penalty Corners:
TW- 14
HB- 4

 

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