Larger Cincinnati didn’t have a prime-ranked staff in Ohio highschool soccer Divisions I-VII however a number of Tri-State groups fared nicely and can proceed on within the state playoffs. In Division I, St. Xavier completed 9-1 and positioned fourth. The Bombers who entered final yr’s playoffs at 5-5 and gained the state championship will play 6-four Fairfield on Friday Night time off of North Bend Street.
Colerain was the one different native Division I staff within the voting ending tenth. After dropping their opening video games towards La Salle and St. Xavier, the Cardinals completed eight-2. Colerain hosts Moeller on Friday because the Crusaders made it in on pc factors based mostly on their late-season victory over prime-ranked Cleveland St. Ignatius.
Division II confirmed probably the most space illustration with the Winton Woods Warriors ending second to unbeaten Avon. The Warriors did obtain 5 first-place votes with their solely loss coming to Division I Elder in double additional time. La Salle, who performed an element in knocking Elder out of the DI playoffs, finishes sixth. The three-time defending champs begin their path with a house recreation towards Harrison Friday night time. At 9-1, with a one-level loss to DI Milford, Anderson finishes seventh and hosts eight-2 Troy.
Goshen had been a fixture within the Division III prime 10 however dropped out this week after dropping their last common season recreation at New Richmond. The win put the Lions within the playoffs. Goshen at 9-1 completed twelfth after votes have been tallied. The Warriors nonetheless host a house recreation Friday towards 7-three Dayton Dunbar.
Wyoming is the lone consultant in Division IV after a ten-zero yr that was culminated with a 31-24 win over CHL rival Indian Hill. The Cowboys are available sixth and host eight-2 London. In Division V, Bethel-Tate’s greatest season ever at 10-zero will get them seventh-place and a house recreation Friday towards 9-zero West Jefferson, the tenth-ranked staff. No space groups positioned or acquired votes in Divisions VI-VII.
1. Cleveland St. Ignatius (18)
2. Toledo Whitmer (5)
three. Lakewood St. Edward
four. Cincinnati St. Xavier
5. Hilliard Bradley