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Posted on: November 21, 2022
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Posted:  November 21, 2022




Congratulations to our Lady Spartans who finished their season as the Division II State Runner Up!  Last season, the team was able to capture the Division III championship, but this year fell just short in Division II with a 1-0 loss to Copley.  The team had the longest winning streak in the state going in to the game with 29 wins.  They finished the season 22-1.   



Thank you to Jan Powers Media for the above soccer pictures; we appreciate it! 

Posted: November 11th, 2022



The students and staff lined all buildings to cheer and send good wishes to our Lady Spartans!!  The Police and Fire Trucks escorted our Lady Spartans down North Street with siren and lights on their way to State! 

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Posted:  November 10th, 2022


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Posted:  November 7th, 2022

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Posted:  Oct. 31, 2022


Lady Spartans Soccer game information.... 

Lady Spartans vs. Granville
When: November 01 at 7:00pm
Where:  Bellbrook High School
Parking fee:  $5 (cash) for parking.  


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Posted:  Oct: 18, 2022


Lady Spartans Soccer Finishes Regular Season Undefeated SWBL Champions, 16-0 Record!


Waynesville wrapped up its regular season Thursday night with a 2-1 victory at Monroe.  After going down by 1 goal early, the Lady Spartans battled back to tie the game by the end of the first half when junior Brooke Woody redirected the ball to junior Sam Erbach who put the ball in the back of the net.  Erbach followed up with a 2nd goal in the second half driving the ball over Monroe's keeper off of senior Allie Freese's assist.  Strong defensive efforts by the team held Monroe in check to clench the Lady Spartans 16th win of the season and keep them undefeated.  Waynesville officially secured the league title on Tuesday with a 10-1 win at Franklin.  The Lady Spartans moved the ball well against the Franklin Wildcats with goals scored by S. Erbach (4 goals), Freese (2 goals), Baylee Williams (2 goals), Libby Bulach (1 goal), and Chloe Dunford (1 goal).  S. Erbach (3), Freese (2), Brooke Woody (2), Dunford, Jillian Layne, Laine Kuhns, and Kendal Erbach all had assists for the goals.  Waynesville begins tournament play here at home on Oct. 22 at 7 pm where they will host the winner of Belmont vs Eaton.   Come out and cheer on your Lady Spartans!

The JV finished up their season with a stellar 11-2-3 record with a 14-0 win over Franklin and a 1-1 tie against Monroe.  The Lady Spartans put on an offensive show at Franklin with goals from multiple players: Adelynn Harrison (3), Claire Tussey (3), Reagan Russell (2), Lily Sesslar (2), Rebecca Drew (1), Evelyn Malcolm (1), Ellie Taylor (1), and Makayla Kamp (1).  Assists by Tussey (2), Drew, (1), Kamp (1), Malcolm (1), Natalina Capozzolo (1), Lily Hart (1), and Abigail Foley (1).  Thursday night at Monroe, the Lady Spartans went down 1 goal early.  However, Harrison took the ball to the goal early in the 2nd half to tie up the game.  Although strong defensive efforts by the team held Monroe at bay, the Lady Spartans couldn't find the back of the net a second time resulting in a tie.


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Posted:  Oct. 7th, 2022

The Lady Spartans celebrated Senior Night on Tuesday with a 4-0 win over Greenview during our Pink-Out game.  Seniors Gracyn Armstrong, Libby Bulach, Alyza Camp, Katie Dick, Allie Freese, Laine Kuhns, and Emmy Lezotte have all been integral parts of our program over the last 4 seasons and have really stepped up their leadership this year.  We truly appreciate all of their efforts for the Waynesville community both on and off the field.  Against Greenview, junior Sam Erbach led the team in scoring with 2 goals and 2 assists.  This put her over the 200 point mark in high school girls soccer as a junior, which is a rare accomplishment!  Sophomore Baylee Williams and freshman Chloe Dunford scored the other two goals for the Lady Spartans, and Freese assisted one of Erbach's goals.  The win over Greenview was preceded by a hard-fought victory at Alter on Monday night.  After trading goals, Waynesville pulled ahead in the second half and didn't look back going on to win 4-2 over the Lady Knights.  Juniors Brooke Woody (with 2) and Caroline Stupp (with 1) both scored for the Lady Spartans along with senior Allie Freese.  Assists were from Freese, Stupp, and Erbach (with 2).
The JV played a very competitive game against Alter ending in a 2-2 tie.   Sophomore Becca Drew and freshman Claire Tussey both scored for the Lady Spartans off of assists from Tussey and freshman Addy Russell, respectively.  Waynesville finishes up their regular season on the road next week with games at Franklin and Monroe.  JV starts at 5:30 pm both nights and Varsity starts at 7:15 pm.
The Lady Spartans would like to give a shout-out to Kuhns Construction, Keller Williams Realtors Myles Greely and Angie Layne, and Dixie Marine for the donation of the new outdoor "State Champions" sign to recognize last year's team and their donations towards purchasing a team set of bags for the players!  Also thank you Designs Now for the design of the sign and installation.  We truly appreciate your kindness and support!



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Update: September 26th

WHS Girls Soccer Team beat Bellbrook and Oakwood this week!
The Lady Spartans won two more hard-fought games this week to bring their season record to 10-0.  WHS travelled to Bellbrook on Tuesday and beat a strong Bellbrook team 2-1.  Sophomore Baylee Williams scored the first goal when she finished sophomore Lynsie Kuhns's throw-in after junior Caroline Stupp redirected the ball to her.  Junior Samantha Erbach scored the winning goal for the Lady Spartans when she beat the Bellbrook keeper with a penalty kick. 

The team followed up with another nice win over Oakwood at home with goals by junior Kyla Harvey, junior Brooke Woody, Williams (2), and Erbach (1).  Erbach (2), Woody, senior Allie Freese, and senior Alyza Camp all assisted these goals.  The 5-0 win was senior goalkeeper Gracyn Armstrong's 6th shut-out for the season.  She's had exceptional support from her team, including defenders Laine Kuhns, Emme Greely, Lynsie Kuhns, Kendal Erbach, Alyza Camp, Kayann Whitt, and Katie Dick.
The Lady Spartans travel to Cincinnati Country Day on Monday in a rematch of last year's Regional Semifinal game.  JV starts at 4:45 pm, and Varsity kicks off at 6:15 pm.

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Girls Soccer- Now 6-0!

Update: September 12th

The Lady Spartans continued their winning streak Tuesday night with an 8-1 victory at CJ.  Sophomore Baylee Williams got the scoring started early, putting in Waynesville's first goal less than 3 minutes into the game off of a cross from senior captain Allie Freese.  Williams followed up her first goal with a second during a one-on-one breakaway against CJ's keeper.  Junior Brooke Woody got goal #3 for the Spartans when she received the ball from senior captain Libby Bulach, turned, and found the back of the net.  Waynesville scored 5 more times in the second half with Williams scoring two more goals assisted by Freese, junior Sam Erbach, and junior Kyla Harvey.  Erbach scored three goals of her own within 3 minutes off of assists from senior captain Laine Kuhns, freshman Kendal Erbach, and junior Caroline Stupp.  A strong defensive effort by Kuhns, Emme Greely, Lynsie Kuhns, Kendal Erbach, and senior captain Gracyn Armstrong held CJ to just 1 goal.

The win over CJ followed the Lady Spartans' first league win over Franklin last Thursday.  Waynesville scored 7 goals in the game and only conceded 1 goal to Franklin.  S. Erbach led the team in scoring with 4 goals and 2 assists followed by Woody, Williams, and Jillian Layne, who had 1 goal each.  Stupp, Harvey, La. Kuhns, and freshman Chloe Dunford each had 1 assist.

The JV advanced their record to 6-0 on the season with wins over CJ and Franklin as well.  The Lady Spartans put on an offensive show against Franklin beating the Lady Wildcats 13-0.  Freshman Claire Tussey led the team in scoring with 4 goals and 1 assist.  Sophomore Rebecca Drew had 2 goals and 2 assists.  Freshman Zedie Click, junior Reagan Russell, sophomore Addy Harrison, sophomore Abigail Foley, freshman Ellie Taylor, sophomore Lily Sesslar, and freshman Evie Malcolm each contributed 1 goal.  Sesslar and freshman Vanessa Almeter each had 2 assists while Malcolm, Harrison, sophomore Leah Hart, and sophomore Lina Capozzolo each had 1 assist.  The JV followed up their big win with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over CJ.  Sophomore Lily Hart scored the go-ahead goal late in the second half off of sophomore Avery Whitaker's assist.  Strong defensive performances by Zedie Click, Leah Hart, Avery Whitaker, Ali Schuette, Ellie Taylor, Addy Russell, Olivia Crumback, Danie Scamorza, and Makayla Kamp secured 2 shut-outs for the Lady Spartans.

Thursday night the girls’ soccer team contended with the Monroe Hornets at home. The Spartans once again showed their prowess both offensively and defensively. The game was hard fought but the Hornets ultimately succumbed to the Spartan’s domineering play resulting in a Waynesville win with a final score on 2-0. 

Waynesville continues their season Monday night at Mariemont.  Come out and cheer on your Lady Spartans!


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Thursday night the Lady Spartans soccer team played the Franklin Wildcats at home. The Spartans, flying across the field with yet another spectacular game with little room for Franklin to so much as breathe let alone score due in part by the Lady Spartans stalwart defense, come away with the win 7-1.

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WHS Girls Soccer Keeps Spartan Cup!
The Lady Spartans are off to a strong start this season putting together 3 wins in row.  Led by senior captains Gracyn Armstrong, Libby Bulach, Allie Freese, and Laine Kuhns, Waynesville opened up with a 9-0 victory over Valley View in the annual Spartan Cup match.  Junior Samantha Erbach led the team in scoring with 4 goals and 1 assist followed by junior Brooke Woody with 3 goals, junior Caroline Stupp with 1 goal and 2 assists, and freshman Chloe Dunford with 1 goal.  A. Freese led the team in assists with 3 followed by junior Kyla Harvey and sophomore Baylee Williams with 2 assists each.  G. Armstrong earned her first shutout of the season with the support of her defense: L. Kuhns, junior Emme Greely, sophomore Lynsie Kuhns, freshman Kendal Erbach, senior Alyza Camp, senior Katie Dick, junior Kayann Whitt, and sophomore Aleigha Post.  Back-up sophomore keeper Avery Whitaker helped secure the shutout with key saves in the last few minutes of the game.  The 9-0 win kept the Spartan Cup in Waynesville for another season.
Waynesville followed up their first game with another home win over Bethel.  S. Erbach led the team in scoring again with 3 goals followed by B. Woody with 1 goal and 1 assist.  Junior Jillian Layne, K. Harvey, and C. Dunford all contributed 1 goal apiece.  B. Williams led the team in assists with 2 followed by senior Emmy Lezotte, A. Freese, C. Stupp, and K. Erbach, who each contributed 1 assist.  G. Armstrong, her defense, and back-up sophomore keeper Leah Hart secured shutout #2 of the season in the 7-0 victory.
Last Saturday, the Lady Spartans earned their 3rd win of the season with a 1-0 victory over Miamisburg.  S. Erbach scored the lone goal when she finished B. Woody's cross with a header over the keeper's hands.  G. Armstrong and her defense kept Miamisburg scoreless for the 3rd shutout of the season.
The JV is also off to a great start with a 4-0 record.  Beginning with a 7-0 win over Valley View, freshman Vanessa Almeter, sophomore Rebecca Drew, and freshman Claire Tussey led the team in scoring with 2 goals apiece while freshman Evie Malcolm contributed 1 goal.  Sophomore Lily Sesslar, sophomore Abigail Foley, and C. Tussey all assisted with these goals.  The Lady Spartans followed up their win with a 2-1 victory over Springboro.  E. Malcolm and sophomore Lily Hart both scored for the Spartans with assists from A. Foley.  C. Tussey led the scoring with 2 goals for WHS against Bethel in their 7-0 win last Tuesday.  E. Malcolm, R. Drew, L. Sesslar, junior Reagan Russell, and freshman Addy Russell each contributed 1 goal.  R. Russell, R. Drew, A. Foley, C. Tussey, and L. Sesslar also assisted with these goals.  The JV also beat Miamisburg in a 1-0 score Saturday with C. Tussey scoring the lone goal off of an assist from sophomore Avery Whitaker.  Goalkeepers A. Whitaker, Leah Hart (sophomore), Zedie Click (freshman), and Ali Schuette (freshman) split 3 shutouts last week with the support of their team: junior Danie Scamorza, junior Makayla Kamp, sophomore Addy Harrison, sophomore Olivia Crumback, sophomore Lina Capozzolo, freshman Ellie Taylor, A. Russell, and freshman Izzy Hardin.
Waynesville's next game is Monday night at Cincinnati Country Day in a rematch of last year's Regional Semifinal game.  JV starts at 4:30 pm, and Varsity kicks off around 6:15 pm.