The regional semifinals for Ohio highschool women soccer kick off Tuesday night time, with a number of Higher Cincinnati groups vying for a spot in Saturday’s regional remaining.
Under is the schedule for the matches, throughout Divisions I, II and III.
Division I, Area four
No. 1 Loveland (sixteen-1) vs. No. four Fairfield (thirteen-three-1) at Mason, 7 p.m.
Loveland eased to its district title Saturday afternoon when it beat No. 5 Sidney four-zero. The subsequent matchup with Fairfield is an intriguing one, nevertheless. The Indians beat No. 10 Lebanon three-zero on Saturday. Loveland and Fairfield met of their first recreation of the yr, when the Tigers gained three-zero Aug. 19.
No. 1 Springboro (15-1-2) vs. No. 2 Mason (thirteen-three-three) at Monroe, 7 p.m.
The Comets completed second behind Fairfield within the Higher Miami Convention and beat No. 2 Beavercreek 1-zero this previous Saturday. The winner of Tuesday’s recreation will play the winner of Loveland/Fairfield. Mason misplaced 5-zero at Loveland on Sept. 9.
Division II, Area eight
No. 1 Indian Hill (17-zero-1) vs. No. 2 Bellbrook (15-zero-2) at Lebanon, 7 p.m.
Bellbrook beat Mariemont in a penalty shootout 5-four to advance to the regional semifinals, whereas Indian Hill beat Waynesville four-three in a shootout, too. Each packages are undefeated getting into the match.
No. 1 Tippecanoe (14-2-2) vs. No. three Badin (12-2-2) at Chaminade Julienne, 7 p.m.
All of Badin’s postseason matches so far have been shut affairs. After beating No. eleven New Richmond 2-zero Oct. 19, the previous two matches have been determined by a aim. Tippecanoe gained 2-1 over Archbishop Alter. The winner of those two regional semifinals will meet within the remaining on Nov. four.
Division III, Area 12
No. 2 Madeira (14-four) vs. No. three Lehman Catholic (12-four-1) at Kettering Fairmont, 7 p.m.
Madeira’s postseason path as been quite straightforward. In its three playoff matches, its outscored group’s 19-1. That path received simpler when Lehman Catholic beat No. 1 Anna, which was 18-zero.
No. 1 Summit Nation Day (18-1-zero) vs. No. 2 West Liberty-Salem (sixteen-1) at Beavercreek, 7 p.m.
Summit beat Catholic Central 7-1. It beat Clark eight-zero, then Middletown Christian 9-zero. There’s undoubtedly a development so far. West…