Girls Tennis bounced back with a win and

Boys Golf keeps winning

By Chuck Gibson

LOVELAND, OH (September 16, 2020) – Loveland High School sports continues to enjoy a successful fall season on the soccer pitch and on the links.  

Loveland keeper Eva Dudeck had one save in combining with Mollie Fogel for Tiger shut out of Little Miami Tuesday (FILE)

From the Girls Soccer pitch, the Tigers got goals from Brooke Hatfield, Lauren Donovan, Leiah Goedde and Sophia Kaspszukiewicz in a 4-0 win at Little Miami Tuesday night. Keepers Eva Dudeck and Mollie Fogel each recorded a save to preserve the shutout in another dominating performance by the ladies of Loveland.

The Lady Tigers soccer team is undefeated at 6-0-0 and sits atop the ECC at 3-0-0. They host Kings on Thursday, and travel to Mason Saturday.

From the Boys Soccer pitch at home Tuesday night, they completed the evening sweep of Little Miami soccer recording a 6-0 shutout over the Panthers. : The Boys Soccer team visits Kings Thursday, and they’ll finish out the week back on the home pitch against Mason. After six games, they are 4-1-1 overall and third in the ECC with a 2-1-0 conference record. 




Girls Volleyball  collected a win over Little Miami Monday, but lost at Anderson on Tuesday. They have a match at home versus Kings Thursday. Matches start @ 6:30 p.m.

Boys Golf: The boys defeated Lebanon Tuesday at Shaker Run G.C. by 15 strokes. The Boys lead the ECC with a 7-0 record and are 8-0 overall on the season so far. (This does not include the results of the Alter Invitational Monday)

Girls Tennis: The Loveland Lady Tigers tennis team bounced back from a 5-0 defeat by Indian Hill Monday to win 5-0 over Little Miami Tuesday. They host St. Ursula at home on Wednesday.

Girls Golf: Next scheduled to play in the ECC Championship this Thursday at Walden Ponds G.C.

Cross Country:  Next meet is Sept 26th at VOA park in West Chester at Lakota Invitational. Both Boys and Girls XC will run in the Kings Duals Meet October 10, at Kingswood Park. The following week, October 17, Loveland’s Home of the Brave Park course will be the site of the ECC Championship.

FOOTBALL: The Tigers first road game of the season at Milford last Friday, September 11, was cancelled due to a Milford COVID case. In other ECC Football action Friday, 9/11, Kings beat Middletown 34-13, Winton Woods downed West Clermont 28-13, Turpin rolled over Little Miami 44-8, and Anderson got past Lebanon 38-20.  The Tigers will are looking to post their first win of the 2020 Football season in a homecoming matchup with Little Miami this Friday, September 18, @ 7 p.m. Loveland is 0-2 overall and in the conference after two home games to start the season.

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