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Girls Volleyball to Play Seton in Second Round of OHSAA Tournament

Posted on: October 20, 2018

THE UPCOMING DOCKET:  A victory over Middletown moved Milford into the second round of the OHSAA tournament.  #18 Milford will now take on #7 Seton from the Girls Greater Catholic League.

  • Saturday, Oct. 20 at 5:30 pm
  • Lakota East High School
  • 2018 Record:  10-12 overall, 0-8 in GGCL
  • #8 in the final Division I area coaches’ poll

Fellow ECC members still alive in the tournament who will play on Sat.:

 #9 Turpin vs. #11 Fairfield at Sycamore HS

#16 West Clermont vs. Princeton at Sycamore HS

#19 Walnut Hills vs. #5 St. Ursula at Lakota East HS

#6 Loveland vs. #10 Oak Hills at Lakota West HS

First round losses: #12 Kings lost to #13 Lakota West; #14 Anderson lost to #8 Lakota East; and #31 Withrow lost to #11 Fairfield.

Click HERE to see Milford’s volleyball tournament draw.



October 17 vs. Middletown at Lakota East: Milford 3, Middletown 0

#18 Milford took on #26 Middletown in the first round of the OHSAA tournament.  The Lady Eagles easily defeated the Middies in straight sets; 25-7, 25-3, 25-8.


INSIDE THE NUMBERS: Loveland has claimed the ECC title following a perfect 14-0 record in the conference. Turpin ended the year second at 11-3, with West Clermont and Anderson tied for third.  Kings (7-7) finished fifth, while Milford and Walnut Hills, both 4-10, end the year tied for sixth followed by Withrow at 0-14. 

Statistical leaders for the Lady Eagles as of Oct. 14: 

Attacks:  Erica Sharp (.274)

Service Ace: Julia Gill (39 – ranked 6th in ECC); Emily Morgan (34 – ranked 9th in ECC)

Assists:  Abby Thierauf (439 – ranked 3rd in ECC)

Digs:  Morgan (261 – ranked 5th in ECC)

Blocks:  Erica Sharp (57 – ranked 6th in ECC)


POLL WATCH: The final area coaches’ poll has been released, and Ursuline, Mercy McAuley, Mt. Notre Dame, Mason and St. Ursula will end the season as the top five programs.  held their positions. The ECC’s Loveland is sixth, followed by Lakota East, Seton, Turpin and Oak Hills rounding out the top ten.  Other ECC programs receiving votes in the final poll include Anderson (8) and West Clermont (1).