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Posted on: September 10, 2018

SETTING THE SCENE: The Lady Eagles will play at home for two of three matches in the coming week.  Midway through the season, Milford will see Walnut Hills this week before their last Eastern Cincinnati Conference opponent in the regular season the following week.


THE UPCOMING DOCKET:  Milford opens the week with Princeton, followed by an ECC date with #9 Walnut Hills and another nonconference match with Madeira.  

Monday, 9/10:             Princeton High School @ Milford, 4:30 pm

Tuesday, 9/11:             Walnut Hills High School @ Milford, 4:30 pm

Wednesday, 9/12:        Milford @ Madeira High School, 4:30 pm



September 4 at Goshen: Goshen 3, Milford 2

The Eagles lost a close one to Goshen.  Elise Ostrander scored another victory at first singles, a 6-4 6-1 win over Clifton.  The Eagles also collected their first win of the season by a doubles team, as Ashley Stamper-Zoey Wisner won a second doubles contest with Jelagic-Palafox in two sets, 6-3, 5-4.  Emme Thomas fell 3-6, 1-6 to Huhn at second singles, while Emma Neal lost to Salmons at third singles, 1-6, 2-6.  At first doubles, Sam Miller-Olivia Bailey were defeated by Middick-Horr, 1-6, 0-6.


September 6 at Anderson: Anderson 4, Milford 1

At first singles Ostrander won her fifth match of the year in a conference loss to Anderson, easily defeating DesJardins 6-0, 6-1.  Anderson’s Fender defeated Thomas at second singles 6-0, 6-0 while Sam Miller, playing third singles, lost to Parpo, 1-6, 0-6.  The first doubles duo of Jackie Hooper-Ashley Stamper fell 2-6, 1-6 to Stump-Meir y Teran, and Anderson’s Souek-Rile defeated Emma Neal-Olivia Bailey 6-0, 6-4.


INSIDE THE NUMBERS:  At 5-0, Turpin leads the ECC standings, followed by Loveland at 4-0.  last year’s conference champion, are atop the conference standings at 3-0.  Walnut Hills fell to 3-2 over the last week, while Kings and Anderson are now 2-3.  West Clermont and Milford are both 0-4. 


POLL WATCH: There were some changes to the area coaches’ poll for week five.  While Mason and Ursuline Academy are still one and two in the standings, the ECC’s Turpin fell to fourth as Sycamore rose to third. Mt. Notre Dame moved up to fifth from sixth while Loveland and Walnut Hills held at seventh and ninth respectively. Kings (6) again was the only ECC school to receive votes. Find the most recent poll results HERE.