Loveland HS sports update: 9/4/17

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by Sam Smith

Loveland, OH – Loveland varsity fall sports are now in full swing, with Loveland leading the Eastern Cincinnati Conference (ECC) in women’s volleyball, women’s soccer and men’s golf. 


Football

Loveland trails in varsity football, tied for last with Turpin in the ECC. Loveland fell to Lebanon 14-21 at their charity game on Friday, September 1st.

AUG. 2017 OPPONENT RESULT RECORD
Fri. 25 Sycamore L 33 – 0       0 – 1 (0 – 0)
SEP. 2017 OPPONENT RESULT RECORD
Fri. 1 Lebanon L 21 – 14       0 – 2 (0 – 0)

Loveland plays next at Miamisburg at 7:00 PM on Friday the 8th.


Women’s volleyball

Women’s volleyball leads the pack in the ECC. With a 2-0 win/loss, the team is tied with Anderson for first. Last week, women’s volleyball defeated Milford and Turpin.

AUG. 2017 OPPONENT RESULT RECORD
Sat. 19 at Fairfield W 25-17, 20-25, 25-10, 25-16       1 – 0 (0 – 0)
Tue. 22 at McNicholas W 25-18, 21-25, 25-22, 28-26       2 – 0 (0 – 0)
Thu. 24 Sycamore W 25-20, 25-17, 25-20       3 – 0 (0 – 0)
Sat. 26 Lebanon W 25-13, 25-22, 25-10       4 – 0 (0 – 0)
Tue. 29 at Turpin W 25-23, 25-12, 25-13       5 – 0 (1 – 0)
Thu. 31 Milford W 25-15, 25-12, 25-19       6 – 0 (2 – 0)

Women’s volleyball will play Kings at the LHS gymnasium at 7 PM on Tuesday the 5th. On Thursday the 7th, the team will compete at Withrow at 7 PM


Men’s soccer

Men’s Varsity soccer is in a 3-way tie for last in the ECC along with Withrow and West Clermont. They currently hold a 0 – 1 – 0 conference W-L-T and 1 – 2 – 1 overall.

AUG. 2017 OPPONENT RESULT RECORD
Sat. 19 Indian Hill W 3 – 2       1 – 0 – 0 (0 – 0 – 0)
Thu. 24 Fairfield L 2 – 1       1 – 1 – 0 (0 – 0 – 0)
Sat. 26 La Salle T 0 – 0       1 – 1 – 1 (0 – 0 – 0)
Thu. 31 at Kings L 2 – 1       1 – 2 – 1 (0 – 1 – 0)

Men’s soccer will play next against Turpin on Thursday the 7th at 7 PM. On Saturday the 9th they compete at Sycamore at 7 PM.


Women’s soccer

Women’s Varsity soccer is off to a strong start, with an undefeated season. They are tied for first with Anderson with a 1 – 0 – 0 conference W-L-T, but lead overall with 5 – 0 – 0. The team has scored 21 goals overall, and only lost one.

Read Loveland womens soccer kicks off with a winning start

Senior Saeah Harter was named ECC women’s soccer player of the week:

“Sarah, senior midfielder, had an outstanding week on the field in Loveland’s 4-0 victory over ECC member Kings and their 4-0 victory over NKY’s number-four ranked Ryle Raiders. Sarah did an outstanding job in the midfield of winning balls, especially in the air, and with her distribution to start Loveland’s attack. She also recorded her first goal of the season in the win over Ryle.”

AUG. 2017 OPPONENT RESULT RECORD
Sat. 19 Fairfield W 3 – 0       1 – 0 – 0 (0 – 0 – 0)
Tue. 22 at Lakota West W 2 – 1       2 – 0 – 0 (0 – 0 – 0)
Sat. 26 Campbell County W 8 – 0       3 – 0 – 0 (0 – 0 – 0)
Tue. 29 at Kings W 4 – 0       4 – 0 – 0 (1 – 0 – 0)
SEP. 2017 OPPONENT RESULT RECORD
Sat. 2 Ryle W 4 – 0       5 – 0 – 0 (1 – 0 – 0)

On Tuesday the 5th, women’s soccer plays at Turpin at 7 PM. On Saturday the 9th, they take on Mason at home at 7 PM.


Cross Country

For men’s cross country, senior Greg Ballman holds third with a time of 16:27.70. The women’s team won at Norwood, and sophomore Lexi Duff was named ECC women’s crosscountry runner of the week:

“Lexi helped the Lady Tigers get out at the start and pack together to bring home a victory at Norwood this past weekend. Lexi scored third on the team and was ninth overall. Without her start and pacing in the first mile, the squad may have lost its positioning to win.”

Freshman Ajay Stutz was also named an ECC athlete of the week: 

“Ajay finished third overall and second for the team at the Norwood Invitational. His time of 17:32 on a hilly, muddy course helped lead the Tigers to a first place finish.”

On Saturday the 19th, the runners will compete at Mason.


Men’s golf

Varsity Men’s golf holds first in the ECC for Loveland with a 3-1 conference win/loss and 4-1 overall. 

AUG. 2017 RESULT  
 Thu. 10 Loveland 159, Kings 163         
 Mon. 14 Lakota East Invitational 0, Loveland 0         
 Mon. 21 LaSalle Invitational 0, Loveland 0         
 Wed. 23 Loveland 151, Turpin 161         
 Thu. 24 Loveland 165, Walnut Hills 184         
 Mon. 28 Loveland 168, McNicholas 177         
 Thu. 31 Anderson 149, Loveland 155       

On Tuesday the 5th, the team will take on Mason at 4 PM at Shaker Run.


Women’s golf

Loveland Varsity women’s golf is tied for third with Turpin. Both hold a 1-1 win-loss. 

AUG. 2017 RESULT  
 Fri. 4 Loveland 182, Mt Notre Dame 197         
 Tue. 15 Loveland 186, Kings 191         
 Wed. 16 Loveland 176, Anderson 197         
 Thu. 17 at Princeton **score not reported**         
 Tue. 22 Turpin 188, Loveland 193         
 Wed. 23 Loveland 184, Milford 196         
 Thu. 31 Loveland 177, Bishop Fenwick 210       

On Tuesday the 5th, the team takes on Anderson at Legendary Run. The time is TBA.  On Wednesday the 6th, women’s golf will face Lakota west at 4 PM at a location TBA. On Thursday the 7th, the team will compete against Little Miami at 3:30 at Hickory Woods.


Women’s tennis

Loveland is tied for second in the ECC, with a 2-1 conference win-loss. The team holds 5-5 overall.

AUG. 2017 OPPONENT RESULT RECORD
Fri. 11 Mount Notre Dame W 4 – 1       1 – 0 (0 – 0)
Mon. 14 Wilmington W 5 – 0       postseason 2 – 0 (0 – 0)
Tue. 15 at Oak Hills W 5 – 0       3 – 0 (0 – 0)
Wed. 16 at Springboro L 4 – 1       3 – 1 (0 – 0)
Mon. 21 Beavercreek L 3 – 2       3 – 2 (0 – 0)
Tue. 22 Kings W 5 – 0       4 – 2 (1 – 0)
Wed. 23 at St. Ursula L 5 – 0       postseason 4 – 3 (1 – 0)
Thu. 24 Turpin L 5 – 0       4 – 4 (1 – 1)
Tue. 29 at Walnut Hills score not reported       4 – 4 (1 – 1)
Wed. 30 at Lakota East L 4 – 1       4 – 5 (1 – 1)
Thu. 31 Anderson W 5 – 0       5 – 5 (2 – 1)

On Wednesday the 6th, Loveland Women’s Varsity tennis will play Lakota West at home at 4 PM. On Thursday the 7th, the team will take on West Clermont at West Clermont. On Friday the 8th, the Tiger Ladies compete against Milford away.

Check back next week for another update on Tiger athletics, and stay up-to-date with the ECC website and Athletic Director Julian Renner’s twitter @renner_ad.



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