2017 FALL PREVIEW: SBAAC boys soccer


Clermont Northeastern Rockets

TEAM RECORD, LEAGUE FINISH IN 2016

2-14 overall, 2-8 in SBAAC National

HEAD COACH, YRS COACHING

Robert Carlier, 6 years

NUMBER OF STARTERS RETURNING

5

NUMBER OF RETURNING LETTER WINNERS

7

KEY NEWCOMERS

Freshman Jered Glancy, Austin Cruey, Landon Williams, Nick Craig

PREDICTED DIVISION FINISH

3rd

LEAGUE TITLES

0

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Felicity-Franklin Cardinals

TEAM RECORD, LEAGUE FINISH IN 2016

4-13 overall, sixth in SBAAC National Division

HEAD COACH, YRS COACHING

Bil Miller, 34 years coaching

HEAD COACH’S RECORD, YRS COACHING SPORT

280-214-81

NUMBER OF STARTERS RETURNING

4

NUMBER OF RETURNING LETTER WINNERS

5

KEY PLAYERS RETURNING

Scott Lindsey-F, 1st Team SBAAC, Joey Glassmeyer-GK, 2nd Team SBAAC, Austin Perry-MF

KEY NEWCOMERS

Colton Stamper-MF

PREDICTED DIVISION FINISH

5th

ANYTHING ELSE YOU’D LIKE TO SAY ABOUT TEAM, SEASON

We are a young team but the skill level is improved over last year. We were a decent team last year, for a half but we only had 11 players and we ran out of gas in the second half. We are hoping to improve our numbers this year and be competitive for the whole 80 minutes.

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Batavia Bulldogs

TEAM RECORD, LEAGUE FINISH IN 2016

8-7-3 overall, fifth in SBAAC American Division

HEAD COACH

Kevin Scheel, sixth year as varsity head coach, seventh overall

HEAD COACH’S RECORD

50-33-5

COACHES IN PROGRAM

Stephen Farrell, junior varsity coach

STARTERS RETURNING

Brett Moles, Alex Hornschemeier, Jax Gibson, Braxton Burke, Corbin Richardson, Anthony Oliverio

PLAYERS TO WATCH

Alex Hornschemeier, Corbin Richardson, Braxton Burke, Anthony Oliverio, Alec Connelly

KEY NEWCOMERS

Jimmy Cowan, Alec Connelly, Bryce Zenni, Andrew Ruby, Nicholas Oliverio

KEY PLAYERS LOST

Garrett Kraus, Jake Knechtly, Austin King

PREDICTED DIVISION FINISH

1st

LEAGUE TITLES

Last league title in 2014, 15 championships overall

DISTRICT, REGIONAL, STATE TITLES

Sectional title in 2009

ANYTHING ELSE YOU’D LIKE TO SAY ABOUT TEAM, SEASON

The program has posted four straight winning seasons. We will open the season playing our first Friday Night Fútbol game on Aug. 18 against Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy. We hope to have an amazing crowd as the cheerleaders and marching band will be a part of the game as well. On Aug. 26, both the Batavia boys and girls soccer teams will play in Mapfre Stadium, home of the Columbus Crew, against Van Buren High School and afterwards attend the Columbus Crew game versus Dallas FC that evening. It’ll be a marquee moment for the team to play in such a big stadium against a challenging opponent from northern Ohio. We will be hosting our 5th Kick for the Cure game in October. We once again will partner with the Business Professionals of America class from the high school in creating a raffle to raise money and awareness for breast cancer.

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New Richmond Lions

TEAM RECORD, LEAGUE FINISH IN 2016

Second in SBAAC American Division

HEAD COACH

Doug Flamm, 11th year as boys soccer coach

COACHES IN PROGRAM

Brian Benzinger, assistant coach

KEY PLAYERS RETURNING

Senior Captain Brett Benzinger, Juniors Aaron Prescott, Herwins Horgan, and Jonathan Lang.

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Georgetown G-Men

TEAM RECORD, LEAGUE FINISH IN 2016

8-6-3 overall, 7-2-1 and second in the SBAAC National Division

HEAD COACH

Cory Cahall, third year as head coach

HEAD COACH’S RECORD

18-12-4

COACHES IN PROGRAM

Grant Loudon, third year as varsity assistant coach

NUMBER OF STARTERS RETURNING

7

NUMBER OF RETURNING LETTER WINNERS

15

KEY PLAYERS RETURNING

Juniors-Emerson Cahall, midfield/striker, Cameron Brookbank striker, Noah Pack 6-7 goalkeeper. Seniors Logan Doss midfield/striker, Will Mootz defense.

KEY NEWCOMERS

Freshmen Joshua Galley midfielder

KEY PLAYERS LOST

Tanner Householder graduated 1st team SBAAC. Player of the year nominee. 13 goals, 11 assists last year.

PREDICTED DIVISION FINISH

Our expectation is to win league this year

LEAGUE TITLES

1995

ANYTHING ELSE YOU’D LIKE TO SAY ABOUT TEAM, SEASON

Our goal is to win league. We feel we have the players and the talent to do so. The core players of our team are now upperclassmen. It’s up to the players to put it out on the field. This is probably our toughest schedule yet. We are a Div. III school in size. We play two Div. I teams and have five games against Div. II schools. We are looking forward to the season and hope to improve every time we take the field.

ROSTER

Riley Powell 9 Def/MF; Brady Bishop 9 Def/MF; Blake Tolle 9 MF; Joshua Galley 9 MF/Fwd; Anthony Carrington 10 Def/MF; Tomey Baumgartner 10 Def/MF; Caleb Dunseith 10 Def; Kolby Evans 10 GK; Austin Bradford 10 MF; Cameron Brookbank 11 MF/Fwd; Morgan Fleming 11 Def/MF; Noah Back 11 GK; Koby Hyde 11 MF/Fwd; Noah Bishop 11 Def/MF; Emerson Cahall 11 MF/Fwd; Jackson Gregory 11 Def/MF; Luke Mason 11 Def/MF; Will Mootz 12 Def/MF; Luke Gast 12 Def/MF; Jonathan Strickland 12 MF/Fwd; Logan Doss 12 MF/Fwd

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Western Brown Broncos

TEAM RECORD, LEAGUE FINISH IN 2016

13-2-4 overall, first in SBAAC American Division

HEAD COACH

Bobby Kuntz, second season as head coach

HEAD COACH’S RECORD

11-1-4

COACHES IN PROGRAM

Brett Barber, junior varsity coach; Lou George, assistant varsity coach; Dan Hurt, varsity assistant goalkeeper coach

NUMBER OF STARTERS RETURNING

9

KEY PLAYERS RETURNING

Goalkeeper Sam Linkous (Junior), defender Joey Kinder (Junior), defender Noah Hiler (Junior), defender Wesley O’Hara (Junior), midfielder Colston Roades (Senior), midfielder Austin Schweitzer (Senior), forward Blake Hurt (Junior), forward Chase Easterling (Junior), forward Austin Coffey (Junior)

KEY NEWCOMERS

Midfielder Afton Dixon (Junior), forward Dillan Scarpinski (Senior), defender Jordan Hamblin (Senior), defender Will Watson (Junior)

KEY PLAYERS LOST

(All to graduation) Defender Gabe O’Hara, defender Aaron Partin, midfielder Jake Zinkhen, midfielder Tanner Shasteen

PREDICTED DIVISION FINISH

1st

LEAGUE TITLES

2016

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The Batavia High School boys soccer team, from left to right, front row, Issac Wiederhold, Anthony Oliverio, Brett Moles, Jax Gibson, Nick DeFrank, Braxton Burke, Alex Hornschemeier, Colton Young; second row, Randy Hucker, Corbin Richardson, Jimmy Cowan, Nick Oliverio, Bryan Sauter, Cameron Bahring; third row, Jake Brown, Nick Filla, Noah Patel, Connor Oliva, Josh Jung; back row, Alec Connelly, Anas Rehmani, Ethan King, Noah Brasfield, Bryce Zenni, Grant Switzer, Jake Brown, Andrew Ruby. Team member Alec Holt and junior varsity coach Stephen Farrell were not present for the photo.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/08/web1_BSOC_bataviateam-2.jpgThe Batavia High School boys soccer team, from left to right, front row, Issac Wiederhold, Anthony Oliverio, Brett Moles, Jax Gibson, Nick DeFrank, Braxton Burke, Alex Hornschemeier, Colton Young; second row, Randy Hucker, Corbin Richardson, Jimmy Cowan, Nick Oliverio, Bryan Sauter, Cameron Bahring; third row, Jake Brown, Nick Filla, Noah Patel, Connor Oliva, Josh Jung; back row, Alec Connelly, Anas Rehmani, Ethan King, Noah Brasfield, Bryce Zenni, Grant Switzer, Jake Brown, Andrew Ruby. Team member Alec Holt and junior varsity coach Stephen Farrell were not present for the photo.

The Georgetown High School boys soccer team, from left to right, front row, Austin Bradford, Luke Mason, Anthony Carrington, Will Mootz, Emerson Cahall, Koby Hyde, Noah Bishop, Cameron Brookbank, Brady Bishop, Blake Tolle; back row, Riley Powell, Caleb Dunseith, Jonathan Strickland, Morgan Fleming, Noah Pack, Jackson Gregory, Tomey Baumgartner, Logan Doss, Luke Gast, Kolby Evans, Joshua Galley.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/08/web1_BSOC_georgetownboys-2.jpgThe Georgetown High School boys soccer team, from left to right, front row, Austin Bradford, Luke Mason, Anthony Carrington, Will Mootz, Emerson Cahall, Koby Hyde, Noah Bishop, Cameron Brookbank, Brady Bishop, Blake Tolle; back row, Riley Powell, Caleb Dunseith, Jonathan Strickland, Morgan Fleming, Noah Pack, Jackson Gregory, Tomey Baumgartner, Logan Doss, Luke Gast, Kolby Evans, Joshua Galley.

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