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Friday, October 05, 2012Prep Soccer: Southview holds off Findlay, 4-2
Too much Chad Justis and Daniel Blackmar, that is, as each scored two goals to lead Southview past the Trojans 4-2.
Aaron Lewis put Findlay (7-4-3) on the board first, when he scored with 32:18 left in the first half off a rebound of a missed shot by Ryan LaRiche on a play that started a flurry of scoring.
Justis tied it 1-1 less than three minutes later off the first of two assists from Ishmael Gad. Ryan LaRiche sent Findlay ahead again when Matt Girardi fed him in front of the goal a minute later.
A second goal from Justis four minutes later tied it 2-2 and Blackmar gave Southview (11-2-2) its first lead when he added a goal just 14 seconds before the break.
Blackmar added his second goal 27 minutes into the second half, scoring scored off a Findlay turnover.
Max MacDonald (10 intercepts, four steals) and Brad Johnson (nine intercepts, six steals) led Findlay's defensive effort.
goals: (SS) Chad Justis (2), Daniel Blackmar (2); (Fin) Aaron Lewis, Ryan LaRiche. Assists: (SS) Ishmael Gad (2); (Fin) LaRiche, Matt Girardi. shots-on-goal: Sylvania Southview 15, Findlay 10. saves: (SS) Eric Breeden 4; (Fin) Clayton Hildebrand 5.
records: Findlay 7-4-3, Sylvania Southview 11-2-2.
Findlay JV 1, Sylvania Southview 0
goals: (Fin) Rashee Ajala. shots-on-goal: Sylvania Southview 11, Findlay 12. saves: (SS) Evan Breeden 5; (Fin) Aaron Elchert 4.
records: Findlay 9-4-1.
LIMA BATH 0
LIMA -- Cody Bockrath scored early in the second half and state-ranked Ottawa-Glandorf made it stand as the Titans held on to beat Western Buckeye League rival Lima Bath 1-0 Thursday.
Chewy Kaufman fed Bockrath with 32:22 left to play for the game's only goal for Ottawa-Glandorf (12-1-0, 7-10 WBL).
O-G outshot Bath 19-6 with Titans goalkeeper Tyler Ellerbrock recording five saves. Cole Chambers had 11 saves for Bath (10-3-2, 5-3).
goals: (O-G) Tyler Ellerbrock. Assists: (O-G) Chewy Kaufman. shots-on-goal: Ottawa-Glandorf 19, Bath 6. saves: (O-G) Tyler Ellerbrock 5; (LB) Cole Chambers 11.
records: Ottawa-Glandorf 12-1-0 overall, 7-10 Western Buckeye League; Lima Bath 10-3-2, 5-3.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Ottawa-Glandorf 4-0.
VAN BUREN 1
ADA -- Chandler Adams scored midway through the second half Thursday off an assist from Daniel Roberts as Van Buren beat Ada 1-0 in a North Central Ohio Soccer Association boys game.
Nathan Maynard had eight saves for Van Buren (4-7-2, 3-2-1 NCOSA). Tate Anspach recorded nine saves for Ada (2-9-2, 2-3-1).
TIFFIN CALVERT 0
MOUNT BLANCHARD -- Justin Riegle and Jackson Hankins each tallied hat tricks as Riverdale ripped Tiffin Calvert 9-0 Thursday in North Central Ohio Soccer Association boys play.
Felix Lindberg scored two goals and Chad Pever added another for the Falcons (3-10-1, 3-3 NCOSA). Tyler Weatherholtz had two assists.
riverdale 9, tiffin calvert 0
goals: (Riv) Justin Riegle & Jackson Hankins 3, Justin Riegle 2, Chad Pever 1. Assists: (Riv) Tyler Weatherholtz 2, Felix Lindberg, Riegle, Chris Meyers, Pever, Max Corbin & Joel Beavers 1. shots-on-goal: Riverdale 16, Tiffin Calvert 1. saves: (Riv) Austin Clark 1; (TC) Jacob Zimmerman 7.
records: Riverdale 3-10-1 overall, 3-3-0 North Central Ohio Soccer Association; Tiffin Calvert 0-7, 0-6.
Miller City 9
MILLER CITY -- Three Miller City players scored two goals Thursday as the Wildcats hammered Lincolnview 9-0 in a nonleague boys soccer game.
Jared Snyder, Ross Kaufman and Jackson Lammers each tallied two goals for Miller City (7-6), with Kaufman and Snyder adding two assists apiece. Travis Maas, Russell Niese and Cory Heurman also scored.
Austin Lammers made four saves in recording the shutout. Miller City outshot Lincolnview 28-5.
UPPER SANDUSKY 3
RAWSON -- Upper Sandusky raced out to a 3-0 halftime lead Thursday and held off Cory-Rawson 3-1 in a North Central Ohio Soccer Association boys game.
Taylor Emerick scored twice and Shin Nagahama added a goal for the Rams (10-4, 5-1 NCOSA). Brandon Miller had an assist and William Amert had four saves.
Jason Sands scored for Cory-Rawson (4-8-2, 3-3-1) with an assist from Brandon Strait. Ryan Egts had five saves and Kyle Rossman one.
ARLINGTON SC 6
HERITAGE CHRISTIAN 3
ARLINGTON -- Sam Berry scored two goals, but the Arlington Soccer Club beat Heritage Christian 6-3 Thursday in nonconference boys soccer action.
Josiah Long also knotched a goal for the Minutemen, who score dall three of their goals on penalty kicks.
David Ramsey scored twice to lead Arlington (6-2). Ben Neiling had a goal and three assists.
arlington soccer club 6, heritage 3
goals: (Her) Sam Berry 2, Josiah Long 1. (Arl) Ramsey 2, Bower, Martinez, Green & Neiling 1 Assists: (Arl) Neiling 3, Mathews 1. shots-on-goal: Heritage Christian 12, Arlington 16. saves: (Her) Matt Beal 8; (Arl) Courtney 12.
records: Heritage Christian 3-4-1, Arlington 6-2.
ALLEN EAST 2
HARROD -- Three players scored one goal each Thursday to spur Cory-Rawson to a 3-2 victory over Allen East in a nonleague girls soccer game.
Hannah Roebke, Rebecca Schutz and Aly Huether scored goals for the Hornets (3-9).
Kerrigan Besse and Erica Frantz each had an assist. Abby Schultz had four saves as Cory-Rawson outshot Allen East 13-9.
KALIDA -- Skylar Basinger had a hat trick Thursday as Kalida rolled over Bryan 11-0 in a nonconference girls soccer game.
Justine Verhoff had two goals for the Wildcats, who are ranked ninth in the most recent Division III coaches poll. Summer Holtkamp (three assists), Kaylyn Verhoff, Emily Schnipke, Jackie Gardner, Makenna Vorst and Emily Melroy added goals for Kalida (12-0-1).
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