by Matt Huether,

Loveland, Ohio – The Spring Sports season at Loveland High School is off and running. Traditionally Loveland has had a lot of success in the spring and they look to continue with that success this year. Loveland currently leads by 2 points over Turpin in the All Sports Trophy standings and with each sport being worth 9 points, every point and every sport matters.

3/31/19 – Update:

The Men’s Baseball team is currently 2-2 (0-0 in the ECC), Women’s Softball team, 1-3 (0-0 in the ECC), Women’s Lacrosse, 2-1 (1-0 in the ECC), Men’s Lacrosse, 1-2 (1-0 in the ECC), and Men’s Tennis, 0-0 but tied 2-2 in their scrimmage against the number four team in the state (Sycamore).

This is a big week for sport’s around Loveland as with the end of spring break comes the start of conference play for most sports. Upcoming events this week by day include:

Loveland currently sits 2 points ahead of Turpin in the All Sports Trophy standings and looks to bring home their 5th All Sports Trophy in seven years.

4/3/19 – Update:

Men’s Baseball: Currently, 2-3 (0-1 in the ECC).  The next game is Friday, 4/5 versus Kings at 5:00 PM at home. The team is led by Senior, Zach Segal who has an ERA of 1.56 and has struck out 14 in 9.0 innings pitched.

Women’s Softball: Currently, 1-4 (0-1 in the ECC).  The next game is versus Taylor on Thursday, 4/4 at 5:00 PM. The team is led by Junior, Katlyn Kramer who is hitting .529 with 4 Home Runs, 1 Double, and 8 RBI’s.

Men’s Tennis: Currently, 2-0 (1-0 in the ECC), the next match is versus Elder on Thursday, 4/4 at 4:00 PM. The team boasts a lot of experience and looks to bring home an ECC Championship this season.

Men’s Lacrosse: Currently, 1-3 (1-0 in the ECC), the next game is at Dublin Coffman on Saturday, 4/6. The team is led by Senior, Fitz Dwyer who has 10 goals and 6 assists in 4 games.

Women’s Lacrosse: Currently, 2-2 (1-1 in the ECC).  The next game is versus Ursuline at 7:00 PM. The team is led by Senior Frannie Cornett and Sophomores Babs Dwyer and Hannah Wenger.

All of the Spring sports teams look to do their best to win an ECC Championship home and represent their school with respect, responsibility, integrity, and pride.



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