Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Four CVC schools ranked by OSSCA

Four Chagrin Valley Conference soccer teams were recognized in the first state rankings issued by the Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches’ Association on Sept. 2.

Kirtland was ranked No. 6 in the Division III boys’ soccer poll while Independence came in at No. 14.

West Geauga’s girls’ team earned votes in the Division II poll while Kirtland, state runners-up in each of the last two seasons, was ranked No. 2 in Division III.

BOYS DIVISION III

1. Ottawa Hills 2-0-1 150
2. Worthington Christian School 4-0-0 121
3. Madeira (Cincinnati) 3-1-1 116
Troy Christian School 5-0-0 116
5. Mariemont (Cincinnati) 3-0-1 104
6. Kirtland 4-0-0 95
7. Western Reserve Academy (Hudson) 3-1-0 86
8. South Range (Canfield) 3-0-0 84
9. Van Buren 2-0-1 57
10. Dayton Christian School 3-1-0 53
The Wellington School (Columbus) 2-0-1 53
12. Seven Hills (Cincinnati) 0-1-1 40
13. Bishop Rosecrans (Zanesville) 1-1-0 34
14. Independence 3-0-1 29
15. Wheelersburg 4-0-0 18

Receiving votes: Maumee Valley Country Day School, Hiland (Berlin), United (Hanoverton), Grandview Heights (Columbus)

GIRLS DIVISION II

1. Copley 4-0-0 150
2. Indian Hill (Cincinnati) 3-1-0 142
3. Alter (Kettering) 3-1-0 137
4. Lake Catholic (Mentor) 3-0-1 120
5. Canfield 3-0-0 117
6. Madison (Mansfield) 3-0-1 108
7. Summit Country Day School (Cincinnati) 2-0-1 78
8. Granville 2-3-0 72
Kenton 5-0-0 72
10. Lexington 5-0-0 69
11. Gilmour Academy (Gates Mills) 2-1-0 56
12. Fairfield Union (Lancaster) 4-1-0 43
13. Celina 4-0-1 35
14. River View (Warsaw) 3-0-0 33
15. Monroe 4-0-0 27

Receiving votes: Wyoming (Cincinnati), Revere (Richfield), Shawnee (Lima), Bexley (Columbus), Tippecanoe (Tipp City), West Geauga (Chesterland), Bloom-Carroll, Oak Harbor, Warren (Vincent), Buckeye (Medina)

GIRLS DIVISION III

1. Cincinnati Country Day School 3-0-0 147
2. Kirtland 4-0-0 139
3. Lehman Catholic (Sidney) 2-0-0 113
4. Lake (Millbury) 5-0-0 97
5. Madeira (Cincinnati) 2-1-1 95
6. Grandview Heights (Columbus) 2-1-1 93
7. Northwestern (West Salem) 3-0-0 84
8. Bishop Rosecrans (Zanesville) 1-1-0 82
9. Crestview (Ashland) 2-0-0 64
10. Springfield (New Middletown) 4-0-0 57
11. Fairbanks (Milford Center) 4-0-0 54
12. North Adams (Seaman) 4-0-1 43
13. Liberty Center 5-0-0 37
14. West Liberty-Salem 1-1-1 29
15. Liberty-Benton (Findlay) 3-0-0 23

Receiving votes: Mariemont (Cincinnati), Chippewa (Doylestown), Mansfield Christian School, South Range (Canfield), Columbus Academy (Gahanna), Troy Christian School

Steve Harehttp://www.ohiovarsity.com
Steve Hare is the Chagrin Valley Conference's Sports Information Director. He also created and publishes OhioVarsity.com, an online publication dedicated to providing hyperlocal coverage to area high school athletic programs. Hare began covering high school sports for the Lake County News Herald in 1997. Hare attended Willoughby South High School through the middle of his senior year, then graduated from Berkshire High School in Burton in 1986. He played football, wrestled and was an all-Geauga county baseball player (1986). He lives in Chardon with his wife Paulette and their children.

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