Loveland, Ohio – The Fall Sports season concluded with the awards ceremony on November 14th. The event was hosted by Loveland Athletic Director Brian Conatser and showcased the success of all of Loveland’s Fall Sport’s teams.
The event boasted all of Loveland’s finest young Fall athletes and all who could attend wore their very best clothes. All of the Senior Fall sport’s athletes sat in rows of chairs facing the large audience of parents after they were individually called into the Chuck Schmidt Gymnasium. The atmosphere was loud, cheerful, and positive as all were being recognized for their hard work, determination, and grit in their respective fields of sport and academic achievement.
Loveland boasted three ECC Conference Championships: Volleyball, and Mens and Womens Soccer. Loveland also boasted a state qualifier in Freshman Cross Country runner Jessie Gibbons.
Some of the awards that were given out on November 14th are listed below and are huge accomplishments. Loveland Magazine would like to send Congratulations to all listed below on their accomplishments and success in their respective sport.
Overall Loveland sits at 59 points in the all sports trophy behind Turpin who currently has 65 points. The all sports trophy is awarded to the Easter Cincinnati Conference school with the most points at the end of each school year. If your school’s team wins an ECC championship, they receive 9 points, if they get second they get 7 points, third gets 6 and so on…
Mike Dunlap (Mens Soccer) Julie Plitt (Womens Volleyball), and Todd Kelly (Womens Soccer) were ECC Coaches of the Year.
Both Womens and Mens Cross Country teams advanced to the Regional meet and Jessie Gibbins advanced to the State meet.
Athletes who have competed for 4-years at the Varsity level
ECC All-Conference Awards
Womens Volleyball – Jillian Hayes
Mens Soccer – Connor Patton
Womens Soccer – Caroline Florea
Mens Golf – Aiden Callahan
Womens Golf – Erin Dickman
Womens Tennis – Anna Svitkovich
Football – Kyle Whitaker
Mens Cross Country – Alex Ditchen
Womens Cross Country – Sydney Cree
Girls Volleyball – Claire Krabacher, Clara Planner, and Corrine Wilson
Mens Soccer – Keith Broermann, Josiah Pokopac and Aiden Voellmecke
Womens Soccer – Emily Kubin, Jordan Morrison, and Abby Pawlikowski
Mens Golf – Scott Henke and Joe Jankowski
Womens Golf – Allison Rountree and Samantha Skarda
Womens Tennis – Peyton Beller
Football – Tyler Shelley, Natron Webster, Drew Vanderhorst, and Ethan Lund
Mens Cross Country – Ryan Chevalier and Ajay Stutz
Womens Cross Country – Ansley Richards, and Ellie Carr
Womens Volleyball – Ashley McDonald and Marie Plitt
Mens Soccer – Helge Harris, Drew Hartman, Elijah Suttschenko, and Aiden Kopec
Womens Soccer – Kaitlyn Andrews, Maria Bashardoust, Brooke Harden, Claire Massey, and Alyson Yeager
Mens Golf – Jeffrey Main and Tyler Vallee
Womens Tennis – Alex Hytree and Jensen Knecht
Football – Liam Hamill, Sam Slyder, and J.T. Popp
Mens Cross Country – Greg Ballman
Womens Cross Country – Jessie Gibbons
ECC ALL-ACADEMIC AWARDS-FALL 2018
(Varsity only-3.5 GPA or higher-1st Quarter)
Cheer – Kayla Adkins, Lora Kate Bezjak, Evie Henderson, Olivia Herrmann, Madyson Hoffman, Lauren Karle, Jolee Kohus, Megan Mesmer, Megan Pedicini, Olivia Powers, Kyleigh Schweitzer, Caroline Spikes, and Simone Voellmecke.
Mens XC – Greg Ballman, Colin Beran, Ryan Chevalier, Stefan De Jongh, Alex Ditchen, Thomas Gear, Matt Huether, Sam Neiger, Ajay Stutz, and Brian Van Smith.
Womens XC – Samantha Badzik, Alaina Bender, Ellie Carr, Sydney Cree, Skyler Daumeyer, Sofia Dillhoff, Bella Dillhoff, Lexi Duff, Claire Dwyer, Kristina Feighery, Allie Fogel, Alexi Funk, Jessie Gibbins, Sarah Hallock, Hannah Karp, Johanna Larkin, Grace Moriarty, Audrey O’Keefe, Emily Reardon, Jenna Reis, Ansley Richards, Madylyn Saunders, Maaike Snider, and Kirstin Thomas.
Football – Zachary Bebout, Dakota Blum, Josh Elfers, Curtis Feder, Remi George, Nathan Holman, Ben Malloy, Sean McElveen, Ben Meckey, Gabe Ogdan, J.T. Popp, Sam Slyder, Drew Vanderhorst, Connor Wasmund, Natron Webster, and Ben Westley.
Mens Golf – Aiden Callahan, Joe Jankowski, Matt Rychlik, Luke Sence, Tyler Vallee, and David Villegas.
Womens Golf – Erin Dickman, Kali Egan, Allison Rountree, Samantha Skarda, Kathryn Taylor, and Alex Vanderhorst.
Mens Soccer – Keith Broermann, Aaron Earl, Ian Fields, Helge Harris, Cole Harter, Drew Hartman, Matthew Karp, Aiden Kopec, Mikhail Lusk, Pierce Madson, Drew Moore, Connor Patton, Aaron Paulson, Josiah Pokopac, Blake Poteet, Elijah Suttschenko, Aidan Voellmecke, Emmett Webb, Nick Williams, and Daniel Zamagias.
Womens Soccer – Kaitlyn Andrews, Georgie Early, Josey Fleming, Caroline Florea, Mollie Fogel, Leiah Goedde, Brooke Harden, Emily Kubin, Claire Massey, Jordan Morrison, Abby Pawlikoski, Allison Reynolds, Elise Reynolds, Lauren Williams, and Alyson Yeager.
Womens Tennis – Peyton Beller, Maira Hodar, Erin Hopkinson, Alex Hytree, Jensen Knecht, Cassidy Nowiski, and Anna Svitkovich
Womens Volleybal – Ally Batsch, Kate Garry, Hannah Hart, Jillian Hayes, Olivia Kenyon, Claire Krabacher, Katlyn Kramer, Ashley McDonald, Hannah Muehlenkamp, Audrey Planner, Clara Planner, Marie Plitt, Brie Saunders, and, Corinne Wilson.
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