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Unioto starts the season with win
In last year's opener, a year that eventually watched Unioto make a regional run during the postseason, the Lady
Shermans traveled to Cleveland Orange, and the two teams played to a 2-2 tie. Monday night, Cleveland Orange
returned the trip to Unioto for the 2011 opener, and the Tanks recorded a 2-0 win.

Unioto got on the board early when Jenny Campbell scored on a header. The goal was assisted by Morgan Gumm on a
free kick. Gumm later scored the second goal on a second half penalty kick.

Obviously in a shutout win, the Unioto defense was outstanding. Lydia Simpson anchored that great play from her
sweeper position, and Ashley Flautt recorded seven saves in goal.
Boys Soccer  *  Wednesday, August 24th
Unioto beat Logan Elm 2-0
The Zane Trace Lady Pioneers started the 2011 season with a 3-0 win over Logan Elm. In boys' soccer, Piketon
beat Adena 2-0.
Thursday, August 25th
Zane Trace's soccer teams both recorded wins on Saturday, The boys beat Washington CH 3-1, and the girls shutout
Athens 5-0. The Unioto boys also earned a shutout win of 3-0 over Hillsboro. Unioto girls were also in action Saturday.
After falling behind 1-0, Unioto responded with a goal from Kelsey Fairrow and a PK from Morgan Gumm to take a 2-1
lead. Circleville added a late goal as the two teams ended in a 2-2 tie. The bigger, long-term story in this one could be
Unioto's Erin Bane leaving early with an injury. The senior standout is scheduled for an MRI on Monday.
Saturday, August 27th
FINAL SCORE FROM MONDAY NIGHT: Unioto boys beat Jackson 1-0
Tuesday, August 30th
Both SVC teams in action Tuesday night were shutout. In boys, Logan beat Zane Trace 4-0. On the girls' side, Unioto
lost to DeSales 3-0. Despite a solid performance from Lydia Simpson and goalie Ashley Flautt, DeSales was able to
score once in the first half and twice more in the second half for the win.  
FINAL SCORE FROM WEDNESDAY NIGHT:  ZT girls shutout Alexander 7-0
Five different players scored for Zane Trace as the Lady Pioneers posted their third shutout in as many games.
Megan Jaruwannakorn, Brooke Uhrig, and Julie Brooks all found the net in the win. Montana Fry and Kayla Dye
both scored twice. Zane Trace girls play Saturday at Grandview Heights against Kenton Ridge.
THURSDAY NIGHT BOYS: Adena lost to Franklin Heights 5-1
Saturday, September 3rd
Boys: Unioto lost to Waverly 3-0.

Girls: Unioto beat Fairfield Union 7-0...Zane Trace lost to Kenton Ridge 4-2. Montana Fry and Holly Swepston both scored goals
assisted by Kayla Dye.
Tuesday, September 6th
BOYS: Unioto beat Miami Trace 3-2 . . .
GIRLS: Unioto shutout Logan Elm 6-0. Jenny Campbell recorded a hat trick in the win. Natalie Neff added two goals
for Unioto. Ashley Flautt had 10 saves in goal. Zane Trace - the 10th ranked team in D-III - beat Fairfield Union 6-2.
Saturday, September 10th
GIRLS: Bishop Hartley beat Unioto 1-0.

GIRLS: The Zane Trace/Jackson game was called off. No reschedule date was reported.
Scioto Valley Conference Showdown Ends in Tie
Girls: Unioto 1  Zane Trace 1
Thursday, September 15th
Piketon beat Adena 6-1 behind a hat trick from Tylor Collier. Madison Christian beat Zane Trace 3-1.
Saturday, September 17th
In boys' soccer, three SVC teams lost Saturday. Chillicothe beat Zane Trace 4-1. Athens beat Unioto beat
Unioto 1-0, and Adena lost to Circleville 7-0.

The Unioto girls defeated Athens 4-0.
MONDAY NIGHT SCORE: Logan Elm beat Adena 3-0
Tuesday, September 20th
The Unioto girls continued their winning ways Tuesday night with a win over Amanda 4-2. The Zane Trace girls
played Athens to a 1-1 tie.

In boys, a big SVC showdown with Unioto and Zane Trace took place Tuesday with Unioto winning 3-1. The
win improves Unioto's record to 5-3-1.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT SCORE: Peebles beat Adena 6-0
Lady Tanks beat Leesburg...
Unioto boys drop tight one to Lions
Despite some tough, early season injuries, the Unioto Lady Shermans have continued to put together a nice season.
Thursday, Jenny Campbell scored twice and Lydia Simpson added a goal as Unioto beat Leesburg 3-0. Simpson, who
moved up front from her normal defensive position, also recorded two assists. Meghan McKell also added an assist.

Unioto put 35 shots on goal compared to Leesburg's eight. Ashley Flautt recorded two saves. Unioto is now 6-2-2.

In boys' action, Leesburg beat Unioto 2-1.
Lady Pioneers win Saturday to continue solid season
The Lady Pioneers of Zane Trace eanred a big win Saturday afternoon. Zane Trace beat Johnstown Monroe
5-3. The win improves the red, white, and blue to 5-1-2 on the year. Megan Jaruwannakorn recorded a hat trick
while teammate Montana Fry had a hand in four goals with one score and three assists. Kayla Dye also added a
goal and Brooke Uhrig had an assist.

The Zane Trace boys were also in action against the Wheelersburg Pirates Saturday night. No score has been
reported to SVCsportszone.com to this point.
Tuesday, September 27th
In boys' soccer Tuesday night, Zane Trace defeated Piketon 7-0. Portsmouth West beat Adena 5-2, and Unioto and Warren did not play. That
match will now be played on October 10th.

On the girls' side, both Unioto and Zane Trace recorded wins. The Lady Pioneers shutout Minford 4-0 while the Lady Shermans beat
Washington Court House 8-2. In the Unioto win, the purple and gold outscored Court House 5-0 in the second half after being up 3-2 at the
break. It was senior night for Unioto and seniors Morgan Gumm and Clair Bechie both scored a goal while senior Lydia Simpson scored two
times and recorded an assist as well. Gumm also had four assists. Sophomore Jenny Campbell and junior Kyleen Muirhead both had one goal
and one assist, and Freshman Kayla Peele had two goals. Ashley Flautt had two saves. Unioto is now 7-2-2.
Thursday, September 29th
BOYS: Zane Trace beat Alexander 3-2 ...BOYS: Northwest beat Adena 6-0
PIONEERS...Unioto, ZT boys both lose
The Zane Trace Lady Pioneers only found the net one time Saturday against West Muskingum,
but that single score was enough for a 1-0 victory. Maggie Davis had seven saves to anchor the ZT defense in the
shutout win. Brooke Uhrig scored the only goal of the match.

In boys' soccer...
Unioto lost to Olentangy 4-1. Jaie Pellitier had Unioto's only goal.
Zane Trace lost to McClain 4-1.
Monday, October 3rd
BOYS: Leesburg Fairfield 13  Adena 0...GIRLS: Unioto/Lancaster - PPD 10/13
Tuesday, October 4th
GIRLS: Zane Trace beat Jackson 3-0...BOYS: Zane Trace lost to Waverly 5-0
Wednesday, October 5th
Unioto recorded a 7-1 win over Gallia Academy while the girls tied Minford 1-1.
Thursday, October 6th
BOYS: Piketon beat Westfall 5-0
GIRLS: Zane Trace beat Columbus School for Girls 5-1
ZT girls win again...Unioto boys win as well
Saturday, October 8th

GIRLS: Zane Trace beat Xenia Nazarene Christian 6-0...BOYS: Unioto beat Alexander 2-1 & Jackson beat ZT 3-1

The win for Unioto gives the Shermans the Independence Trophy. With soccer not
being an official SVC sport, this is an award given by the region to honor the top team.
Casey Zupi scored both Unioto goals in the win.

Tournament draw for soccer is tomorrow (Sunday, October 9th)
Monday, October 10th
GIRLS: ZT lost to Bishop Hartley 3-1...BOYS: ZT beat Piketon 5-0
Unioto girls beat Chillicothe
Unioto beat Chillicothe 6-1. Jenny Campbell and Kyleen Muirhead both scored twice while Kayla Peele added a goal and
an assist. Senior Morgan Gumm had a hand in five Unioto goals as she scored one and assisted four.

In other action, Adena boys lost to Portsmouth Clay 4-1. Zane Trace was in action with Athens but no score reported.
Unioto win Ross County Cup...ZT beats Chillicothe
Unioto beat Lancaster 4-1. Kyleen Muirhead scored one goal, Jenny Campbell had a goal and 2 assists, Lydia Simpson
scored a goal, and Kayla Peele added a goal. Morgan Gumm had one assist. Unioto wins the Ross County Cup. Uniotoâ
€™s next game is Saturday at home vs. Jackson.  In other action in girls, Zane Trace beat Chillicothe 2-1
Saturday, October 15th
Unioto beat Jackson 8-0. Lydia Simpson had 3 goals and 2 assists. Kyleen Muirhead, Jenny Campbell, Kayla Peele, and
Morgan Gumm all scored a goal as well. Gumm also assisted three goals. Other assists came from Campbell and Logan
Cottrill. The other Unioto goal was knocked in by a Jackson player off a corner kick from Lauren McKell.

In other action, the Unioto boys lost to Washington CH 4-3. As for ZT, the boys lost to Hillsboro 3-2 and the girls tied
Wellington 2-2.
POSTSEASON SOCCER...Tuesday, October 18th
Boys Sectional Semi: In D-II, Unioto beat Athens 2-1.
In D-III, Zane Trace def. New Boston 6-4...
while Piketon lost to South Point 4-1 and Adena lost to Lucasville Valley 9-1.
POSTSEASON SOCCER...Wednesday, October 19th
D-III BOYS: Zane Trace @ Wheelersburg - PPD
*Two teams will play tomorrow night
Simpson records hat trick as Lady Shermans start postseason with a win
Zane Trace boys fall to 'Burg
The Lady Shermans of Unioto started on what they hope will be another special tournament run Thursday night as they defeated Logan Elm
5-1 to capture the D-II Sectional Championship. Unioto actually trailed 1-0 before scoring five unanswered goals.

Lydia Simpson recorded a hat trick in the win while teammate Kayla Peele added two goals and an assist. Morgan Gumm continues to be a
great playmaker for the Tanks as she dished out three assists. Kyleen Muirhead also assisted a goal.

Unioto's defense continues to play well allowing just the one early goal. Goalie Ashley Flautt recorded six saves.

Unioto will play Tuesday night at Jackson at 7 p.m. The Lady Shermans will face Circleville who upset Hillsboro 1-0 Thursday night.

In the D-III boys' tournament, Zane Trace had its season come to an end as the Pioneers lost to Wheelersburg 3-0.
Saturday, October 22nd - Sectional Championship Action
Division III Sectional Finals
Zane Trace beats Leesburg Fairfield 6-0

Division II Sectional Finals
Unioto lost to Warren 1-0 in OT
Zane Trace girls (D-III) &
Unioto girls (D-II) both win in
dramatic style to advance
The Lady Pioneers of Zane Trace found a way to score an overtime goal to survive and advance with a 2-1 win over
Eastern Brown. Zane Trace was down 1-0 when Megan Jaruwannakorn found the net to send the match to overtime.
Five minutes into the first OT, Montana Fry provided the game-winner.

Zane Trace will now play in Saturday’s Division III District Championship. Zane Trace’s opponent will be
Coshocton and the match will be at West Muskingum at 2 p.m.

Unioto and Circleville played to a scoreless tie in the first half, and then played the second half without a goal as well.
Actually the two teams never could decide a winner in overtime, so it came down to a shootout. The shootout played
out as follows:

C = Good
U = Campbell scores on re-kick after Circleville goalie left the line
C = Good
U = Simpson scores
C = Flautt save
U = McKell scores
C = Flautt save
U = Gumm score (to win it…no fifth kick needed)

Unioto will now play nearby rival Chillicothe. The Lady Cavs advanced Tuesday with a 1-0 overtime win over Warren.
The Unioto-Chillicothe match will be played at Jackson on Saturday with a start time of 10 a.m.
Unioto and Chillicothe both made an early trip to the beautiful facility at Jackson Saturday morning to play
for the Division II District Championship. Chillicothe defeated Unioto 3-1 to earn the trip to the regionals.
The Chillicothe win comes just a few weeks after Unioto had beaten the Lady Cavs 6-1 in a regular season

The two teams were scoreless for 32 minutes before Chillicothe scored two goals to take the lead at the break.
In the second half, Unioto’s Kyleen Muirhead scored to cut the lead to 2-1. It appeared Unioto would then
tie the match when Muirhead found the net off of a Morgan Gumm corner kick, but the officials waved off the
score as they felt the Chillicothe goalie was touched.

Unioto ends the season at 12-3-3.
In Division III, the Lady Pioneers were in action over at West Muskingum on
Saturday. Zane Trace was attempting to win a district title as well, but the red, white,
and blue fell to Coshocton by a score of 2-1.
Unioto senior Morgan Gumm has been named Distirct Player of the Year – an honor that will make her All-
Ohio First Team as well. The Mount Vernon Nazerene-bound soccer player recorded 46 goals and 77 assists in
her outstanding career. Gumm, who also is a key member of the highly successful Unioto girls’ basketball
program, scored 15 of those goals during her senior season.

In 2010, Gumm helped Unioto to the regional final, and then, this year – despite Unioto losing some key players
to injury – Gumm and the Lady Tanks finished just one win shy of returning to the regional tournament.

SVCsportszone.com would like to congratulate Morgan. I do not know Morgan, but from watching her compete
on the soccer field and the basketball court, I would describe her as a great leader and simply as a winner.