Week 8 highschool soccer scores in Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky

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Week 8 high school football scores in Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky


Alex Harrison

Sierra Newton
 
| Cincinnati Enquirer

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(Video games are positioned by division)

Division I

Lakota West 31, Lakota East 14

Extra: Lakota West stays unbeaten, taking neighborhood rivalry with Lakota East

Colerain 28, Mason 7

Extra: Colerain soccer handles Mason in playoffs

Elder 26, Princeton 21

Extra: Elder soccer ends Princeton’s season

St. Xavier 45, Moeller 14

Extra: QB Brogan McCaughey returns from damage to steer St. Xavier to blowout win over Moeller

Dublin Coffman 45, Springboro 35 – FINAL

Division II

Troy at Edgewood – CANCELED (Edgewood advances)

Winton Woods 28, Xenia 13

Tyrek Spikes gave Winton Woods the lead and helped the Warriors keep on high with three dashing touchdowns over Xenia. Winton Woods led all night time, together with a 21-0 rating within the second quarter, however Xenia lower the result in 21-13 early within the fourth quarter. The Warriors saved Xenia scoreless the remainder of the best way and Spikes scored for a remaining time for the 28-13 remaining rating.

Xenia 0 7 0 6 – 13

Winton Woods 7 14 0 7 – 28

WW- Spikes 15 run (Fonjong Jr. kick)

WW- Turner Jr. 19 cross from Wingfield (Fonjong Jr. kick)

WW- Spikes 16 run (Fonjong Jr. kick)

X- Jabbar 19 cross from Wright (Miller kick)

X- Wright 14 run (kick failed)

WW- Spikes 6 run (Fonjong Jr. kick)

Data: WW 7-0; X 2-6.

Kings 42, Talawanda 7

By the point Talawanda scored with 7:44 left within the contest, taking part in out the sport was only a formality. Kings rolled over the Braves with fast, however productive drives and a staunch protection that allowed simply 171 yards. Talawanda quarterback was held to simply 2-10 passing for 26 yards and an interception. The saving grace for the Braves was Deondre Bothast-Revalee who rushed 24 occasions for 103 yards and the staff’s solely rating. Kings’ passing sport did not fare a lot better, however quarterback Will Kocher had 100 yards on the bottom with two touchdowns and Jay Holubetz had 107 dashing yards with two scores of his personal. Holubetz scored the sport’s remaining landing, a 41-yard rush that got here simply 90 seconds after Talawanda’s rating.

Talawanda 0 0 0 7 – 7

Kings 14 7 14 7 – 42

Ok- Sannella 10 run (Stylski kick)

Ok- Sannella 3 run (Stylski kick)

Ok- Holubetz 3 run (Stylski kick)

Ok- Kocher 9 run (Deutsch kick)

Ok- Kocher 1 run (Deutsch kick)

T- Bothast-Revalee 2 run (June kick)

Ok- Holubetz 41 run (Deutsch kick)

Data: Ok 6-0; T 3-5.

Turpin 23, Withrow 6 – FINAL

La Salle 42, Little Miami 14

It wasn’t a precise repeat of final season’s postseason bout the place La Salle shutout Little Miami 42-0, however the Lancers will nonetheless take the 42-14 victory. The Lancers outgained Little Miami 585-115 with 428 of these yards coming from the bottom. Quarterback Zach Branam was solely 7-17 passing (with a rating), however discovered 190 yards and two touchdowns by dashing. The Lancers superior to host Stebbins within the regional quarterfinal.

Little Miami 0 0 0 14 – 14

La Salle 7 21 7 7 – 42

LaS- Rutz 1 run (Luensman kick)

LaS- Branam 54 run (Luensman kick)

LaS- Schneider 5 cross from Branam (Luensman kick)

LaS- Branam 67 run (Luensman kick)

LaS- Marshall 9 cross from Heidorn (Luensman kick)

LaS- Hill 22 run (Luensman kick)

LM- Stocksdale 31 cross from Blankenship (Albers kick)

LM- Stocksdale 15 cross from Blankenship (Albers kick)

Data: LaS 5-2; LM 2-6.

Piqua 42, Harrison 7

One other wild postseason comeback wasn’t within the playing cards for the Wildcats who discovered themselves down once more early, however unable to cease the Piqua offense. The Indians scored 14 factors in every of the primary three quarters with a balanced assault led by quarterback Brady Ouhl. Harrison quarterback Mason Younger averaged simply 3.7 yards per try and was the main rusher for Harrison with simply 19 yards of the 29 the Wildcats put up.

Harrison 0 0 0 7 – 7

Piqua 14 14 14 0 – 42

P- Kemp 4 run (Trombley kick)

P- Coleman 17 run (Trombley kick)

P- Coleman 23 run (Trombley kick)

P- Ouhl 36 run (Trombley kick)

P- Roberts 30 cross from Ouhl (Trombley kick)

P- Ouhl 6 run (Trombley kick)

H- Smith 12 cross from Younger (Swope kick)

Data: P 7-0; H 2-6.

Anderson 52, Teays Valley 14 – FINAL

Division III

Wapakoneta at Badin – CANCELED (Badin advances)

Wilmington at St. Francis DeSales – CANCELED (St. Francis DeSales advances)

New Richmond 38, Goshen 20 – FINAL

Ross 52, Monroe 14

The Rams lived true to their identify after they put their heads down and earned all seven touchdowns and 522 yards from their dashing sport. Three Ross gamers had over 100 yards dashing and a fourth gained 57 yards with all 4 discovering the tip zone. Jackson Gifford, C.J. Boze and Brayden Fraasman every scored twice with Gifford main the best way along with his 190 yards. Boze discovered 170 yards and Fraasman had 110. After Monroe’s first rating within the opening quarter, Ross scored 38 unanswered factors till Monroe’s second rating occurred with 1:57 left within the sport. No. 5 Ross superior to the regional quarterfinals and can meet No. 4 New Richmond on Friday.

Monroe 7 0 0 7 – 14

Ross 14 17 7 14 – 52

R- Boze 20 run (Vadnais kick)

R- Fraasman 10 run (Vadnais kick)

M- Loper 51 cross from Deaton (Jackson kick)

R- Gifford 28 run (Vadnais kick)

R- FG Vadnaid 35

R- Fraasman 67 run (Vadnais kick)

R- Boze 27 run (Vadnais kick)

R- Warren 23 run (Vadnais kick)

M- Pitsch 4 run (Jackson kick)

Data: R 6-1; M 3-5.

Tippecanoe 11, Mount Wholesome 6 – FINAL

Bishop Hartley 65, Western Brown 14 – FINAL

Division IV

Taylor at Wyoming – CANCELED (Wyoming advances)

Thurgood Marshall at Clinton-Massie (Saturday)

Bethel-Tate at Waynesville (Saturday)

Norwood at Waverly (Saturday)

Unioto at McNicholas (Saturday)

Oakwood at Indian Hill (Saturday)

Division V

Carlisle at Roger Bacon (Saturday)

Taft at Greenon (Saturday)

Madeira at CHCA (Saturday)

Madison Plains at Blanchester (Saturday)

Middletown Madison at Springfield Shawnee (Saturday)

Purcell Marian at Brookville (Saturday)

Mariemont at West Liberty-Salem (Saturday)

Division VI

Deer Park at Mechanicsburg (Saturday)

Division VII

New Miami 40, Fayetteville-Perry 25 – FINAL

Tri-Village 50, Cincinnati School Prep 30 – FINAL

Riverside 50, Lockland 0 – FINAL

Ohio Non-playoff

Western Hills 34, Clark Montessori 8 – FINAL

Fenwick 19, Aiken 12 – FINAL

Milford 54, Loveland 21

Milford quarterback Austin Hardin went exhausting into Loveland for 351 passing yards on 16-20 passing for 5 touchdowns. After each groups traded blows resulting in a 27-21 Milford halftime lead, the Eagles outscored Loveland 27-0 within the second half to cruise for a win. Vince Ringland was Hardin’s high man, catching six balls for 165 yards and two touchdowns. Patron Bauer additionally had two touchdowns on three catches for 93 yards. Milford’s Sioni Luani and Jacob Prepare dinner every had an interception and mixed for 74 return yards on the takeaways. Luani additionally had three of the 4 quarterback sacks towards Loveland.

Loveland 14 7 0 0 – 21

Milford 14 13 21 6 – 54

L- Morton 60 cross from Cloud (Koscielicki kick)

M- Luani 3 run (run failed)

L- Moore 23 run (Koscielicki kick)

M- Bauer 10 cross from Hardin (Ringland cross)

M- Ringland 1 run (LaBella kick)

M- Ringland 66 cross from Hardin (kick failed)

L- Lund 18 cross from Cloud (Koscielicki kick)

M- Ringland 1 run (Ringland run)

M- Bauer 66 cross from Hardin (LaBella kick)

M- Ringland 22 cross from Hardin (kick failed)

M- Duesing 15 cross from Hardin (kick failed)

Data: M 3-4; L 1-6.

Hamilton 39, Sycamore 7

With a dashing assault by Keyshawn Stephens and Kaleb Johnson, Hamilton dominated Sycamore within the non-playoff sport. Hamilton took a 14-0 lead within the first quarter after Johnson had two 60-plus yard scores and the Large Blue led 36-0 at halftime when Stephens discovered the tip zone thrice within the second quarter. Hamilton had 400 dashing yards, together with 253 yards by Johnson and 152 yards by Stephens. Hamilton’s protection pressured 5 Sycamore turnovers and did not permit a rating till practically midway by way of the ultimate quarter.

Hamilton 18 0 21 0 – 39

Sycamore 0 0 0 7 – 7

H- Johnson 80 run (Johnson run)

H- Johnson 64 run (Rios kick)

H- FG

H- Stephens 7 run (Rios kick)

H- Stephens 34 run (Rios kick)

H- Stephens 3 run (kick)

S- Fehr 1 run (Salas kick)

Data: H 4-4; S 1-7.

Batavia 54, Clermont Northeastern 14 – FINAL

West Clermont 21, Walnut Hills 14 – FINAL

Lebanon 42, Miamisburg 21

Lebanon received the battle towards Miamisburg with some large passes from Brayden Everitt. Everitt accomplished 15-of-22 main to 5 touchdowns for the Warriors. On the receiving finish Seth Meyers had six catches for 165 yards and two touchdowns.

Lebanon 13 15 6 8 – 42

Miamisburg 7 7 0 7 – 21

M – Ivy 16 from Barry (Monning kick)

L – Farr 1 run (Miller kick)

L – Meyers 65 cross from Everitt (Miller kick failed)

M – MaGohan 14 cross from Barry (Monning kick)

L – Dunning 2 cross from Everitt (Dillhoff recp)

L – Lamb 6 cross from Everitt (Miller kick)

L – Lamb 37 cross from Everitt (Miller kick failed)

L – Meyers 9 cross from Everitt (Everitt run)

M – Davis 39 run (monning kick)

Data: L 3-5, M 1-6.

Oak Hills 29, Middletown 20

Oak Hills used a 10-0 shutout within the fourth quarter to win its first sport since week 4 of 2018. Trailing 19-13, Middletown’s Kellen Davis discovered the one yard he wanted to succeed in the tip zone and an additional level gave the Middies a 20-19 lead coming into the ultimate quarter. A Kailee Hebert subject purpose gave Oak Hills a 22-20 lead and the Highlanders sealed their victory lower than three minutes later with a 26-yard cross from Jaxon Schreiber to Logan Hehman. The Highlanders rushers had 150 mixed yards with Devin Holt consuming up 149 yards on the best way to 2 touchdowns.

Oak Hills 0 7 12 10 – 29

Middletown 7 6 7 0 – 20

M- Bryant 3 run (Dearth kick)

OH- Holt 21 run (Hebert kick)

M- Williams 44 cross from Fuller (kick failed)

OH- Holt 69 run (Hebert kick)

OH- Hehman 3 cross from Schreiber (cross failed)

M- Davis 1 run (Dearth kick)

OH- FG Hebert 20

OH- Hehman 26 cross from Schreiber (Hebert kick)

Data: OH 1-6; M 1-6.

St. Bernard 38, Williamsburg 27 – FINAL

Centerville 40, Fairfield 28 – FINAL

Summit Nation Day at Hughes (Saturday, 1:15 p.m.)

Northern Kentucky

Fleming County 41, Pendleton County 0 – FINAL

Beechwood 49, Lloyd 0 – FINAL

Ludlow 54, Bellevue 8 – FINAL

Paris 27, Bishop Brossart 6

Bishop Brossart racked it’s fourth win in a row towards Paris Friday night time. The Bishop Brossart Mustangs’ Jacob Liecht had a hand in three touchdowns, together with a 12-yard cross to Carson Schirmer. That is Brossart’s third win of the season holding their opponent to at least one landing.

Bishop Brossart 7 7 6 7 -27

Paris 0 6 0 0 – 6

BB – 2 run Schadler run (Schwartz kick)

P – 5 run Jackson (cross failed)

BB – Govan 5 cross from Liecht (Schwartz kick)

BB – Schirmer 12 cross from Liecht (kick failed)

BB – 9 run Liecht

Data: BB 4-2, Paris 1-3

Cooper 28, Boone County 8

Cooper took down convention foe Boone County Friday night time. Cooper’s Eric Wright had the landing of the night time with an 85-yard run. Jaguar quarterback Jeremiah Lee accomplished 4-of-8 makes an attempt for 91 yards and one landing. Cooper got here near a shutout however with 2:15 left within the sport Boone County’s Richard West ran 30-yards for a landing, adopted by Braden McCarhty’s two level conversion.

Cooper 14 0 7 7 – 28

Boone County 0 0 0 8 – 8

C – Lee 22 run (Rhodes kick)

C – White 33 cross from Lee (Rhodes kick)

C – Wright 85 run (Rhodes kick)

C – Wright 9 run (Rhodes kick)

BC – West 30 run (McCarthy run)

Data: C 2-4, BC 1-5.

Simon Kenton 41, Campbell County 34 – FINAL

Covington Catholic 42, Highlands 0

Extra: Covington Catholic shuts out archrival Highlands, clinches high seed in playoffs

Newport Central Catholic 34, Dayton 6 – FINAL

Holmes 30, Harrison County 14 – FINAL

Newport 21, Holy Cross 20

Newport scored their third win in a row towards Holy Cross. Newport’s Ethan Jefferson accomplished 11-pf-19 for 236-yards scoring two touchdowns. Regardless of not scoring within the second half Newport was capable of maintain Holy Cross from taking the sport. Holy Cross’ Jeremiah Hicks had 26 carries for 146 yards and two touchdowns for the Indians.

Newport 6 15 0 0 – 21

Holy Cross 7 7 6 0 – 20

N – Keating 42 cross from Jefferson (Maxwell kick)

HC – Jones 2 run (McDonald kick)

N – Thompson 64 cross from Jefferson (Jefferson run)

HC – Hicks 2 run (McDonald kick)

N – Jefferson 3 (Maxwell kick)

HC – Hicks 2 run (McDonald kick blocked)

Data: N 4-2, HC 1-5.

Ryle 44, Dixie Heights 14 – FINAL

Scott 27, Boyd County 26 – FINAL

Walton-Verona 47, Shawnee 6 – FINAL

Indiana

Roncalli 34, East Central 27 – FINAL

Lawrenceburg 15, South Dearborn 8 – FINAL



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