the streets of Loveland
Loveland, Ohio – The Loveland High School Womens soccer team will depart Loveland High School on Thursday, November 12th at 7:30 PM, spending the overnight in Columbus before facing Walsh Jesuit in Ohio’s Div. I championship on Friday evening.
Loveland High School Athletic Director, Julie Renner wants your help lining the streets of Loveland as the team leaves for Columbus. The bus route will be right out of the high school on Rich Rd., right onto West Loveland, left onto Lebanon Rd. and right onto Loveland-Madeira to I-275.
Renner said, “Bring your flashlights, noise makers and cheers as we send Our Lady Tigers Soccer Team to State.”
Loveland Tigers (Away Team) vs Walsh Jesuit (Home Team)
Friday, November 13, 7PM.
Women’s Division III game is at 12 noon, and Womens Division II game is at 3:30 PM.
Ticket and Stadium Information:
All tickets are $8 each and can be purchased at the Stadium Gates or on TicketMaster.
Parking at MAPFRE Stadium is $5 per car.
MAPFRE Stadium and the General Parking is best reached by exiting off 17th Avenue off I-71 (Exit 111)
Gate #5 at MAPFRE is the general admission gate.
No coolers, glass bottles, cans or alcoholic beverages are allowed in MAPFRE Stadium and AIR HORNS are not permitted and will be confiscated.
Gates open to the public at 11 AM on Friday, November 13 and one ticket will permit the ticket holder to watch all games for the entire day (Division III, II and I). However, anyone exiting MAPFRE Stadium will be required to purchase a ticket to re-entry.
Spirit Bus Information for Loveland High School Students
Tickets for the Spirit Buses traveling to MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus will be $5 per student.
$8 game tickets will be purchased at the gate of MAPFRE Stadium by each student riding a spirit bus.
Tickets will be on sale Thursday, from 7 AM until 2:30 PM, and Friday, 7 AM until 1 PM in the Loveland High School Athletic Office.
Spirit Buses will depart Loveland High School at 4 PM on Friday and return at approximately 11:30 PM.
Loveland beat Powell Olentangy Liberty Tuesday night 3-1 to advance to the Ohio Division I championship game.
Walsh Jesuit beat Medina 2-1 on Tuesday to advance.
Walsh Jesuit has won Ohio State Championships in 2000, 2001, 2004, 2006, 2010, 2012, 2013, and are the reigning State Champions. They have not been beaten in 89 games, going 82-0-7 during the stretch, according to ohio.com. Their bragging rights include the number 1 ranking in Ohio this year, and National Champions in 2000, 2006, and 2010
Loveland is now 18-3-1 and ranked 8th in Ohio.
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