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Soccer

Frazier leads Cardinals boys to victory

The Thomas Worthington High School boys soccer team defeated Strongsville 4-3 on Sept. 21 to post its fourth consecutive win.

Midfielder Ben Frazier had three goals to lead the Cardinals, who were 6-4-1 overall and 2-2 in the OCC-Central Division before playing Central Crossing on Sept. 24. Forward Marcos Vizcaino also scored and goalkeeper Alex Nesterov had four saves.

The Cardinals' streak began Sept. 12 with a 4-2 win over Hilliard Darby. They then defeated Marysville 3-2 on Sept. 17 in a league game and Reynoldsburg 1-0 on Sept. 19 before beating Strongsville.

Kilbourne boys eyeing league title

The Kilbourne boys team was 7-2-2 overall and 4-0 in the OCC-Capital before playing Olentangy on Sept. 24.

The Wolves' remaining league games are Tuesday, Oct. 1, at New Albany and Oct. 8 at home against Olentangy Orange.

Kilbourne lost to Copley 3-1 on Sept. 21, marking the first time this season that it had allowed more than one goal. Forward Jake Kovacs scored for the Wolves, who had allowed only five goals in their previous 10 games.

Szabo leads Thomas girls past Orange

The Thomas girls team was 5-4-2 overall and 2-2 in the OCC-Central before playing Central Crossing on Sept. 24.

The Cardinals, who had lost their first two games, played Watkins Memorial to a scoreless tie on Sept. 23 after defeating Orange 1-0 on Sept. 19 behind a goal by forward Jenna Szabo.

Kilbourne girls remain in race for OCC title

The Kilbourne girls team was 7-3-1 overall and 3-0 in the OCC-Capital before playing Olentangy on Sept. 24.

The Wolves entered the contest against the Braves having allowed 11 goals in their previous three games after giving up seven goals in their first eight games.

Kilbourne defeated Marys-ville 4-3 on Sept. 12 and beat Westerville South 4-3 on Sept. 14 before losing to Olentangy Liberty 5-0 on Sept. 19.

Forward Kelley Zebrowski and midfielder Carli Taute both scored two goals against Marysville and Taute and midfielders Katie McIntyre, Anne Mosca and Sadie Giesman each had a goal against South.

Zebrowski also scored twice in a 4-0 league win over Big Walnut on Sept. 11.

— Brad Emerine

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