HS Results 11/1: Beavercreek headed to regional final

Beavercreek eliminated Centerville 4-1 in a Division I boys soccer regional semifinal on Wednesday.

Dominic Calabrese led the way with three goals, his first score coming 20 seconds into the game. Joshua Fleck added the fourth goal.

‘Creek advances to Saturday’s regional semifinals against Anderson.

Boys Soccer

Alter 1, Wyoming 0: Ty Borton netted the lone goal for Alter off a Dominic Ruffolo assist. The win set up a Division II regional final against Tippecanoe on Saturday.

Tippecanoe 4, Col. Academy 1: Ben Sauls drove in three goals and Michael Pfister added the fourth to lead Tippecanoe.

Troy Christian 2, Madeira 0: TC notched both goals in the first half and held on to advance to Saturday’s Division III regional final.


Boys Soccer

Wednesday’s Results

Regional Semifinals

Division I

Beavercreek 4, Centerville 1

Division II

Alter 1, Wyoming 0

Tippecanoe 4, Col. Academy 1

Division III

Summit Country Day 1, Dayton Christian 0

Troy Christian 2, Madeira 0

Girls Soccer

Tuesday’s Results

Regional Semifinals

Division I

Springboro 1, Mason 0

Loveland 2, Fairfield 1

Division II

Indian Hill 3, Bellbrook 0

Tippecanoe 1, Badin 0

Division III

Liberty Benton 2, Coldwater 0

Madeira 1, Lehman Catholic 0

Summit Country Day 3, West Liberty-Salem 0


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