Tuesday NKY sports round-up: Simon Kenton girls, Campbell boys advance in regional soccer tournaments

The Simon Kenton Pioneers girls soccer team (14-4-4 overall) could not have asked for a better spot at this point in the postseason.

Simon Kenton is back at the 8th Region Championships after beating the Oldham County Colonels 9-9-1 and Carroll County 4-0 in the semifinals. The Pioneers are back in regional championship play for the first time since winning two years ago.

“Our possession and speed of play click,” he said Hillary Johnson, head coach to Simon Kenton. “We continued to improve as the season progressed. It’s a testament to their work ethic and willingness to get better with every game.”

Simon Kenton will take on the 18-2 South Oldham Dragons at 6 p.m. Thursday in Carroll County for the crown. South Oldham finished as runners-up last year, losing 1-0 to Notre Dame in the state championship game and opening the season with a 5-0 home win over the Pioneers.

Simon Kenton had nine shots on target and senior goalkeeper Olivia York had five saves. Senior defender/midfielder Sophie Decker scored twice for Simon Kenton with junior defender/midfielder Cam ruble and freshman forward Reece Johnson scored the other two goals. Ruble added an assist.

“We made a (formation change) and I think we handled the adjustment really well,” York said. “I was impressed with them. It’s almost what we’ve been waiting for. Everyone had the ability and we just waited for everything to click.”

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Montgomery County 10th Region Quarterfinals

Campbell County 6, Harrison County 0

The Camels (10-9-2) won their first 10th region tournament game since going to the 2019 region championship game and ruling out the Thorobreds (10-7-1).

Junior Noah Knight led the Camels with a three-goal hat-trick. He leads Campbell County at 21 this year.

Junior Caden Rose had two goals and two assists for the Camels and Junior Jacob Besecker had a goal and an assist. second grader AustinBush and brian winder additional assists.

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Campbell County meets hosts Montgomery County Indians (13-9) in the region’s semifinals Thursday at 8:00 p.m. The title game takes place on Saturday at 5 p.m

Notre Dame Senior Peyton Mast (13) leads the scrum before the game against Cincinnati (Ohio) Ursuline. The pandas lost in three. Photo Provided | Matt Carothers.

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Cincinnati Ursuline 3, Notre Dame 0

The Pandas (24-5) knew this was going to be a tough week to wrap up the regular season. They lost by 25-20, 25-17, 25-19 points to the Girls Greater Catholic League Champions Lions (17-3).

Notre Dame has only lost to a Kentucky opponent. Three of the Pandas’ losses have come against GCL opponents. They lost to Mercy McAuley at home on August 27 and to Mount Notre Dame on September 10 at the Louisville Invitational Volleyball Tournament.

“We always know that Cincinnati teams will be exceptional,” he said Jenna Leistner, head coach of Notre Dame Associate. “That’s why we plan them, or at least try to do them every year, because playing these teams just makes us better. It was a great loss. But hopefully it shows us where we can improve. We were able to improve our first contact, serve, receive and block.”

Notre Dame had 27 kills, four blocks, 26 assists, 48 ​​digs, and four aces in the loss. second grader Ava Tilden had nine kills and senior Sydney Nolan had seven.

Freshman setter Lizzy Larkins had 14 assists as a sophomore Lauren Ott Post 11. Elder Libero Kamden Schrand had 12 excavations and a sophomore Julia Grace had 10

Ursuline had 39 kills, six aces, 48 ​​digs, and 10 blocks. Older middle blocker Brooke Bultema and University of Kentucky Commit led the Lions with 13 kills and a sophomore Katie Gielas had eight with freshman Ella Grime recording seven. Senior libero Sydney Breissinger had 23 digs and five aces with Bultema and a middle blocker as a sophomore Lindy Radaszewski Count three blocks at a time.

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“In training we work a lot on shots and with (Breissinger) in the back line it’s hard to put something down,” he said Kayla Hostetler, Senior Libero of Notre Dame. “We have to work with our roll shots that we have and even those have not been filed. We just have to come together, stay calm and realize that instead of getting kills, we need to get points for different things.

The Pandas host Louisville Assumption (28-6) Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Notre Dame beat the Rockets 2-0 (25-23, 25-19) on October 1 in Chicago.

3 St. Henry, Cincinnati Mercy McAuley 2

The Crusaders (21-7) played a team from the Cincinnati Greater Catholic League for the second time in five days. After losing at St. Ursula last week, St. Henry defeated the Wolves (13-7) 25-21, 18-25, 22-25, 27-25, 15-7 points.

St Henry hosts Holy Cross (28-5) on Wednesday at 7pm.

Holy Cross 3, Scott 1

The Indians (28-5) outlasted the Eagles (23-11) 25-12, 22-25, 25-23, 25-20 points at Taylor Mill.

“Our biggest problem is passing,” he said Jill Hunt, Holy Cross head coach. “In the game where they beat us in the second game, we had problems with the serve reception. They served super aggressively and that kept them in the game. They also swung pretty big. They came to win. But in the end I think we overtook them.”

Holy Cross had 40 kills, 38 assists, 52 digs, and five aces. Senior Setters Mayan hunting had 35 assists and 11 digs with Junior Julia Jaeger Recording 29 kills and senior Rylee Hood counts nine. Julia Hunt, Hood and Senior Libero Natalie Bessler had 10 excavations each.

“[My judgment vision]helps because I can say that point is open from the center, then I turn out and that point is open,” Julia Hunt said. “For example, if I go up the middle and the right side helps, I know that spot is open. If the right-back then cheats, then I know that the corner is open. So it’s all about seeing one point and putting the other pieces together.”

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Scott had 18 aces, 32 kills, 11 blocks, 27 assists, and 26 digs. Senior Setters Audrey Griffin had 25 assists, nine digs and seven aces. student in the first year Milyn Minor had four aces and 13 kills. Older Thug Makaylah Mitchell had 10 kills and three blocks and junior Brooke Balsley had three blocks.

Julia Hunt recently verbally accepted to play volleyball at the University of Washington. The Huskies are 13-3 overall and 5-1 in Pacific 12 action this year.

“The coaching staff is fantastic,” said Julia Hunt. “I love (head coach Keegan Cook, assistant coaches Leslie Gabriel and Jason Mansfield). I feel like the people around her are great too. I think the players also played a big role. Nobody was cocky. Some players can be like that as they level up. I feel like they were really nice and supportive. The city (Seattle) is also very nice, so when I’m not playing volleyball I can go out and do something and have fun.”

Holy Cross heads to St. Henry (21-7) on Wednesday at 7 p.m. and Scott finishes the regular season at Calvary Christian (15-11) on Thursday at 7 p.m

Other volleyball results:

Bellevue 2 (25-15, 14-25, 25-15), Augusta 1

Bishop Brossart 2 (25-15, 25-9), Newport 0

Calvary Christian 3 (25-21, 25-18, 21-25, 25-10), Cincinnati Trailblazers (Ohio) Home School 1

Conner 3 (25-17, 25-8, 25-20), Beechwood 0

Cooper 3 (19-25, 18-25, 25-23, 25-20, 15-10), Highlands 2

Dayton 2 (25-23, 25-23), Carroll County 0

3 Dixie Heights (25-16, 25-20, 25-15), Newport Central Catholic 0

Heritage Academy 2 (25-23, 25-18), Holmes 0

Owen County 2 (26-24, 25-16), Walton-Verona 0

3 Walton-Verona (25-20, 21-25, 25-23, 25-17), Lloyd Memorial 1

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