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2012 OHSAA Girls Division III Soccer State Championship Game
Columbus Crew Stadium
Friday, November 9, 201

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Bishop Fenwick Outlasts Ontario for Girls Division III Soccer Title
Falcons win in double-overtime for their second OHSAA state title

COLUMBUS, Ohio � Middletown Bishop Fenwick senior Meghan Blank slipped past her defender and put a crossing pass from freshman Leandra Hess into the back of the net in double-overtime to make the Falcons state champions, 3-2 over Ontario, in the 2012 OHSAA girls Division III state soccer championship game on Friday at Crew Stadium in Columbus.

Bishop Fenwick (18-1-3) put pressure on Ontario all game long with 24 shots and 12 shots on goal. Blank scored the winning goal and the first goal for the Falcons, with junior Sezcezney Lytle adding the goal in between.

Ontario (18-4-1) was on the board first in the 29th minute of the first half. Senior Taylor Elliot scored on an assist from junior Katie Earhart. The Lady Warriors second goal in the game came in minute 58 in the second half from sophomore Allie Atkinson on a corner kick that eluded Fenwick junior goalie Jenni Rossi. The goal would be the last of the offense for Ontario.

Fenwick�s attack was overwhelming in the two overtimes, not allowing Ontario to record a shot in either of the extra periods.

With the title Bishop Fenwick has now claimed two championships in three trips to the final four. The Falcons previous title came in 2008.

Ontario becomes runner-up for the first time in its girls soccer history. The Lady Warriors were making their first state championship game appearance.

          1 2  OT OT2   Final
ONT - 1 1    0    0       2
MBF-  1 1    0   1       3

ONT-29:27- Elliot, T.; A- Earhart, K.
MBF-33:39- Blank, M; A- Bremar, A.
ONT-58:39- Atkinson, A.
MBF-75:02- Lytle, S.; A- Blank, M.
MBF-101:15- Blank, M.; A- Hess, L.

ONT- 6
MBF- 24

Shots on Goal:
ONT- 6
MBF- 12

ONT- 9 (Barnhill, K.)
MBF- 4 (Rossi, J.)

ONT- 6
MBF- 8

Corner Kicks:
ONT- 4
MBF- 6

2012 OHSAA Girls Division II Soccer State Championship Game
Columbus Crew Stadium
Friday, November 9, 201

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Walsh Jesuit Rolls to its Sixth Girls State Soccer Championship
Warriors down Columbus DeSales, 5-0, in Division II title game

COLUMBUS, Ohio � Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit dominated the 2012 OHSAA girls Division II soccer state championship game from start to finish at Crew Stadium in Columbus, defeating Columbus St. Francis DeSales 5-0 Friday evening.

The Warriors� victory is the largest margin of victory in the 28 years of the girls state soccer championships. Walsh Jesuit (21-0-2) also tied the record for goals in a girls championship game. The title is the Warriors sixth, all coming since 2000. Walsh Jesuit holds the record for most girls soccer state championships.

Senior Maddy John scored two goals for the Warriors, while junior Alex Kithcart, senior Sandra Yu and senior Kennedy Payne all added one of their own. Senior Abbey Filicko recorded two assists, sophomore Juli Knapp had one assist and sophomore goalkeeper Libby Grace was a perfect two-for-two on save opportunities.

Walsh Jesuit outshot DeSales 21-2 with 13 shots on goal to two. The Warriors also had 10 corner kicks to DeSales� one.

Defending girls Division II champion DeSales finishes the year at 15-8-1 and finishes as runner-up for the first time in girls soccer. The Stallions were making their 10th state tournament appearance.

The previous mark for largest margin of victory was four and came in the 2009 Division I championship game and 2003 Division II championship game.

          1 2  Final
CWJ - 3 2    5
SFD-   0 0    0

CWJ-17:22- John, M.; A- Filicko, A.
CWJ-27:14- Kithcart, A.
CWJ-29:49- Yu, S.; A- Filicko, A.
CWJ-47:31- Payne, K.; A- Yu, S.
CWJ-56:47- John, M.; A- Knapp, J.

CWJ- 21
SFD- 2

Shots on Goal:
CWJ- 13
SFD- 2

CWJ- 2 (Grace, L.)
SFD- 8 (Barrett, K.)

CWJ- 4
SFD- 5

Corner Kicks:
CWJ- 10
SFD- 1

2012 OHSAA Girls Division I Soccer State Championship Game
Columbus Crew Stadium
Friday, November 9, 2012

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Perrysburg Perfect in Run to Its First Girls State Soccer Title
Yellow Jackets defeat Mason 1-0 in Division I final

COLUMBUS, Ohio � The Yellow Jackets from Perrysburg capped off an unblemished season with a 1-0 victory over Mason in the 2012 OHSAA girls Division I soccer state championship game on Friday at Crew Stadium in Columbus.

With the victory Perrysburg finishes with a 23-0-0 record and its first girls state soccer championship.

The lone goal of the game came in the 25th minute of the first half when Perrysburg senior Maddy Williams was fouled inside the box resulting in a penalty kick. Williams capitalized on the opportunity, proving to be the game winner.

The championship game was a well contested, physical battle between both teams. Perrysburg committed 11 fouls to Mason�s four. Mason held a decisive advantage in scoring opportunities, 26 shots to six, but was unable to convert in any of those chances. Perrysburg senior Chloe Buehler was very solid between the pipes converting all nine of her save opportunities.

Mason, in its first appearance in the state tournament, finishes as runner-up, with a 20-2-1 record.

     1 2   Final
P - 1 0    1
M-  0 0    0

P-25:35- Williams, M. (PK)

P- 6
M- 26

Shots on Goal:
P- 5
M- 9

P- 9 (Buehler, C.)
M- 4 (Bizzaro, T.)

P- 11
M- 4

Corner Kicks:
P- 0


2012 OHSAA Boys Division III Soccer State Championship Game
Columbus Crew Stadium
Saturday, November 10, 2012

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Summit Country Day Wins OHSAA Boys Division III Soccer Championship
Silver Knights defeat Gates Mils Hawken 2-0

COLUMBUS, Ohio � Cincinnati Summit Country Day senior Caelan Hueber scored the game's only two goals and the Silver Knights defeated Gates Mills Hawken 2-0 to win the 2012 OHSAA boys Division III soccer state championship at Crew Stadium in Columbus on Saturday.

Offensively, Summit (19-2-1) dominated the game, registering 20 shots with eight coming on goal. The Silver Knights took seven corner kicks during the game. Hawken managed just five total shots throughout the game and only one came on goal. The Hawks had one corner kick.

In the 18th minute of the first half, Summit senior Mosi Clark-Cobbs sent a crossing pass that Hueber corralled to put the Silver Knights up 1-0.

Late in the second half, with Summit controlling the ball in Hawken�s defensive zone, Hueber was able to connect again to seal the victory for the Silver Knights.

The state championship is Summit�s second in two appearances in the state tournament, previously winning in 1999.

Gates Mills Hawken has now played in nine state soccer finals finishing as runner-up for the eighth time overall. The Hawks were in their 11th state tournament appearance. Hawken was also runners-up in 2011 against Worthington Christian and finishes the season at 17-2-4.

          1 2   Final
GMH - 0 0    0
SCD-   1 1    2

SCD-18:44- Hueber, C.
SCD-78:50- Hueber, C.

GMH- 5
SCD- 20

Shots on Goal:
GMH- 1
SCD- 8

GMH- 6 (Labes, P.)
SCD- 1 (Hall, R.)

GMH- 8
SCD- 7

Corner Kicks:
GMH- 1
SCD- 7

2012 OHSAA Boys Division II Soccer State Championship Game
Columbus Crew Stadium
Saturday, November 10, 2012

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Dayton Carroll Wins Division II Soccer Title for Third Straight Year
First three-peat in OHSAA boys soccer history

COLUMBUS, Ohio � Dayton Carroll scored two goals in the first half and defended well against Cuyahoga Falls Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy the entire game to win its third straight OHSAA boys Division II soccer championship Saturday at Crew Stadium in Columbus.

Carroll�s (19-0-4) third championship in a row marks the first time in OHSAA history a boys soccer program has won three successive championships. Only one school has done so prior in girls soccer, Clayton Northmont in 1987 through 1989. The 2012 title is the fifth overall for the Patriots, previously winning in 2011, 2010, 2008 and 1980.

CVCA (15-7-0) put together seven shot opportunities throughout the course of the game, but was only able to get one opportunity on goal.

Carroll senior Vonne Byrd was extremely active through the course of the game with an assist on the Patriots first goal and a goal of his own in the 28th minute of the first half. Senior Zach Zwiesler was credited with the assist on Byrd�s goal. Patriots� junior John Rutan scored the first goal of the game not even two minutes after the opening kick-off.

In its ninth state tournament appearance, CVCA becomes runner-up for the fourth time. The Royals have won three state championships, their last coming in 2010.

            1  2  Final
CVCA -  0 0    0
DC-       2 0    2

DC-1:51- Rutan, J.; A- Byrd, V.
DC-28:53- Byrd, V.; A- Zwiesler, Z.

DC- 12

Shots on Goal:
DC- 4

DC- 0

DC- 10

Corner Kicks:
DC- 4


2012 OHSAA Boys Division I Soccer State Championship Game
Columbus Crew Stadium
Saturday, November 10, 2012

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Olentangy Liberty Claims First Boys State Soccer Title
Patriots defeat Sylvania Southview 2-0

COLUMBUS, Ohio � Powell Olentangy Liberty applied offensive pressure throughout the game and came away with its first state soccer championship, 2-0, against Sylvania Southview in the 2012 OHSAA boys Division I state soccer final at Crew Stadium in Columbus on Saturday.

Liberty (22-1-0) held a decisive advantage in total shots, 16-5, against Southview. Seven of the Patriots 16 shots were on goal. Liberty was making its second overall appearance in the state tournament and the championship game. The Patriots finished as runners-up a year ago.

Scoring for the Patriots started in the first half, in the seventh minute, when senior Jared Robinson put a header off the post that deflected off a Southview defender into the goal. Later in the half, Robinson would put in a goal of his own on an assist from sophomore Anthony Denoi.

Southview had a scoring opportunity negated late in the second half when a Cougar offensive player ran into Liberty senior goalkeeper Anderson deAndrade before Southview sent the ball into the back of the net.

Southview was making its first appearance in the state tournament and finishes as runner-up. The Cougars finish the season at 17-4-2.

       1 2   Final
SS - 0 0    0
OL-  2 0    2

OL-7:36- Own Goal (SS)
OL-36:35- Robinson, J.; A- Denoi, A.

SS- 5
OL- 16

Shots on Goal:
SS- 3
OL- 7

SS- 4 (Breeden, E.)
OL- 3 (deAndrade, A.)

SS- 11
OL- 8

Corner Kicks:
SS- 4
OL- 5



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The OHSAA state championship soccer games will air on Time Warner Sports Channel 1311 HD/311 SD at the following times.

Saturday, November 10, 2012 (Updated: 11/6/12)
High School Soccer: Girls Division III at 8:00 AM
High School Soccer: Girls Division II at 10:00 AM
High School Soccer: Girls Division I at 12:00 PM

Sunday, November 11, 2012:
High School Soccer: Boys Division III at 11:00 AM
High School Soccer: Boys Division II at 1:00 PM
High School Soccer: Boys Division I at 3:00 PM 

***Also available on 411 OnDemand

Friday, November 9 - Crew Stadium, Columbus
12:00 p.m., Girls Division III Final - (18-3-1) Ontario vs. (17-1-3) Middletown Bishop Fenwick
3:30 p.m. - Girls Division II Final - (20-0-2) Cuy. Falls Walsh Jesuit vs. (15-7-1) Cols. St. Francis DeSales
7:00 p.m. - Girls Division I Final - (22-0) Perrysburg vs. (20-1-1) Mason


Saturday, November 10 - Crew Stadium, Columbus
12:00 p.m. - Boys Division III Final - (17-1-4) Gates Mills Hawken vs. (18-2-1) Cin. Summit Country Day
3:30 p.m. - Boys Division II Final - (15-6) Cuy. Valley Christian Academy vs. (18-0-4) Dayton Carroll
7:00 p.m.- Boys Division I Final - (17-3-2) Sylvania Southview vs. (21-1) Powell Olentangy Liberty

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