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HT Girls Soccer
PLEASE NOTE: this website has taken on several roles.  First and foremost, it is the website for the Girls Varsity Soccer Program at Hamilton.  However, in an effort to help serve the growing girls soccer youth programs, there will also be information posted about activities in many of those events as well.  Thus, you will see information about our Middle School team as well as any youth teams that may be developing our young talent.  High School information will be posted first under HIGH SCHOOL POSTS.  Middle School will be down the page under MIDDLE SCHOOL POSTS

Player and Program development is of utmost importance to the Hamilton Township soccer program. All players are responsible for continuing practice outside of training to achieve maximum progression. This is a great opportunity for players to take the lead of handling their own development. Being on the Varsity team is a privilege that must be earned. Coaches maintain a rubric based on the following categories: Attitude, Work Rate, and Skill Level. Game Day selection and playing time are dependent on tactical adjustments, team needs, and at the Head Coaches discretion. Doubling players are allowed to participate in up to 3 halves per day according to the Ohio High School Athletic Association. All parents are required to follow the Soccer Code of Conduct procedure to discuss player concerns. Soccer Code of Conduct is published on link to the right under team calendar.


 2017 High School Girls Soccer Team Goals


      1.      Finish .500 or better for season.  (7-5-3)

2.      Improve MSL ranking. (7th)  

3.      Maintain goals against average of 4/ game or better.  (1.75)  

4.      Keep big games closer. No more than 0-6 to maintain goals against average. (1)

5.      Complete 4+ shutouts. (6)

2017 Program Highlights & Records
Varsity Overall 7-5-3; MSL 2-5-1 
JV  5-3
  • Tied for Most wins in MSL in program history. (2)
  • Tied program best MSL standing. (7th in MSL)
  • 4 Players earned All-League Honors.
  • Most points in MSL in program history. (7)
  • Lowest goals allowed in program history. (28)
  • Lowest goals per game average in program history. (1.87/game)
  • 1 player selected for DI District All-Star game.
  • Most shutouts in program history for single season. (6)
  • Lowest amount of defeats in program history. (5) 
2017 Season 
   Girls Soccer Progression Chart
Below you will find the link for times regarding 1 mile run, 40 yd sprint, and shuttle run. There is some tremendous progression from the Girls. Keep up the great effort Ladies. Si se puede!!
Varsity Girls Soccer at Liberty Union
The Varsity Girls got back on track as they took care of business against League opponent Liberty Union. The Lady Rangers were victorious as they came from behind to win five to one. Scoring for the Lady Rangers were Jazlyn Simon and Kierriana Hennings, each with a brace and Addison Ramsey added another. Keepers Bailey Thevenin and Emily Fahner shared the time in goal. 
  Girls Soccer vs Fairfield Union
The Junior Varsity played early and in humid conditions against Fairfield Union as they fell zero to three in a competitive match. The Ladies put forth a good effort against a very good team. The JV are back in action against Westland on 9/30. 
The Varsity had a huge match as they hosted the #10 team in the State and the new MSL Champion. The Lady Falcons showcased their abilities and showed why they are the new sheriff in MSL.  The Lady Rangers showcased their mental toughness as they were able to score off of a corner, the first of the season. " It was really great to see the Ladies get a goal, especially off of a corner," mentioned Coach Jose. " We knew they were a really good team but I'm glad the Ladies got a mental win in knowing that they got a goal on a very talented team. I asked them to forget about our first half and to look to compete in the second half and thats exactly what they did as the second half was 2-1." The warm conditions did not favor either team. The Lady Rangers will face league rival Liberty Union in their next match.
Varsity Girls Soccer vs  Circleville
The Junior Varsity game was a 9v9 match and only one half was played to accomodate Circleville's depleted numbers on that day. The Lady Rangers came out victorious by a score of 3-0. This brings the JV to a 5-1 record. Great Work Ladies.
The Varsity also had an extraordinary game as they kept a very physical and athletic Circleville team at bay the entire game. The Varsity managed to perplex Circlevilles offense as the score at half time was deadlocked at zero. The Lady Tigers were victorious late as they managed two goals in the second half. Coaching staff was really proud of the Girls team effort. The Lady Rangers will be in action next against Fairfield Union.
Varsity Girls Soccer vs Centennial
The Lady Rangers accomplished a program first as they have completed 4 shutouts. Freshman Goalkeeper Emily Fahner kept the clean sheet in goal for the Lady Rangers. The game ended in a goal less draw. The Lady Rangers look to get into the depth of their MSL schedule as they will play 3 consecutive League games in the following weeks. Next game will be home against Circleville on Wednesday 9/20/17.  
Girls Soccer vs RV/Fisher 
Junior Varsity keep racking up the wins as they are now 4-1. They defeated River Valley 2-1 with goals from Tierra Christman and Madison Euton. Coaching staff is pleased with how the girls are playing for each other and how hard they try to compete.
Varsity saw an industrious effort soured by a marginal foul that gave Fisher a penalty kick with under 3 minutes of regulation left on the clock. Fisher were victorious by the lone goal. Varsity are now 4-2 despite the loss and look forward to continue their determined ways in MSL. "It's a tough one to swallow but I am really happy on how hard the girls played today. Three years ago we could not even fathom the idea of competing against Fisher Catholic and now we find ourselves getting opportunities to turn the tide. I feel for the girls that would of liked a win but our tremendous growth as a program says a lot about Hamilton Townships Girls Soccer program" said Coach Jose. The Lady Rangers will face Centennial for their next match.
Girls Soccer vs Westland
The Junior Varsity keep soaring to new heights as they defeated Westland 3-0. Scoring for the Junior Varsity was Mackenzie Denney, Mackenzie Maxwell and Karen Melendez. Hailey Bernthold and Bailee Thevenin kept the clean sheet in goal.
The Varsity Girls were victorious as well. They defeated the Lady Cougars 2-0 and the game was stopped, with 15 minutes left in second half, by request of Westland's Coach due to an injury to one of their players. Scoring for the Lady Rangers were Caitlyn Block and Lupita Garcia. The Lady Rangers are back in action on Saturday as they face Fisher Catholic for a 2pm match.  
Girls Soccer at Logan Elm 
A great hard working performance led the JV over Logan Elm 3-1. Goals Scored by Mackenzie Denney and Emily Fahner. The JV has a program first of 2 wins and has no intentions of stopping there. Keep up the hard work ladies!!  
The Varsity were not as fortunate and fell to Logan Elm 5-1. 3 early goals led the Lady Rangers into a panic and were unable to bridge the gap as Lupita Garcia scored the lone goal off of a penalty. Two send offs kept the Lady Rangers with nine girls on the field to finalize the game. " Nothing to much to say about that performance" said Coach Jose " We have to get back to basics and learn from this." 
(Logan Elms misapropriation of halves for doublers has led to a forfeit on their behalf.)   
Girls Soccer at Groveport Madison 
The Girls Soccer Program had a solid performance against Groveport. The JV team were victorious by a score of 3-0. Scoring were Mackenzie Denney, Savannah Fraley, and Endia Berger. Bailee Thevenin and Allura Moore shared the clean sheet in goal. JV are now 1-1 and will next face Logan Elm.
Varsity were also victorious 3-0 to roundup a great evening for the Girls Soccer Program. "We were persistent in our attack and managed to hold our own defensively today. We have been working on different formations to allow us to attack more as a unit but we had to find a way to stifle Groveports attack as well. I was really proud of our team belief and ability to execute. We really summed up a great team performance tonight." said Coach Jose. Scoring for the Lady Rangers were Jazlyn Simon and Kierrian Hennings had a brace. Emily Fahner kept the clean sheet in goal.The Lady Rangers improve to 2-1 and will face MSL opponent Logan Elm on Saturday 9/2.  
Girls Soccer at Bloom Carroll 
The girls soccer program opened Mid-State League play at Bloom Carroll on Thursday 8/24/17.
The JV had a great showing but fell to Bloom by a score of 0-3. Coach Scott Ramsey was extremely pleased with the hard work put forth by the entire team. All players enjoyed plenty of opportunity to play and develop. JV will be also be in action on Saturday 8/26.
The Varsity Girls Soccer team put forth a colossal team effort to stifle Bloom Carroll's high powered offense. The Lady Rangers fell by a score of 1-3. " The Lady's came in full of belief and knew they had to perform at a high level tonight. We always look to compete and we stepped up to the challenge. Playing 5 time consecutive Mid State League Champion Bloom has not always fared well for us and tonight was historic. This was special for our Seniors as they are our first 4 year girls and they can fully attest to how far we have grown as a Girls Soccer Program. It took all nineteen of us today to stay in a very competitive game. I'm very proud of our Girls and everyone from our goalkeeper to our forwards played phenomenally well. This really showed the potential we can play to, it all starts with the Girls believing in themselves and trusting in the process." commented Coach Jose. Addison Ramsey scored the goal for the Rangers and puts herself in elite company as only the second player to ever score against Bloom Carroll. Lady Rangers will be at Groveport Madison on 8/26 for 5:30pm/7:15pm kickoffs     
 Varsity vs Briggs
Lady Rangers open the season with a thunderous victory over Briggs. The hard work and perserverance of the Lady Rangers were too much for the Lady Lions to overcome. Scoring for the Lady Rangers were Lupita Garcia with four, Kierriana Hennings had a hat-trick, Caitlyn Block, Jazlyn Simon, Tierra Christman, and Addison Ramsey each had a goal. Lady Rangers will open league play at 5 time consecutive MSL champion Bloom Carroll this Thursday 8/24/17. 
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Middle School Picture time is 1:15pm on 8/8/2016. Middle School is to wear White jersey, green shorts and white socks.  
Mandatory Coaches Meeting is 7/20/2016 at 6pm at the Soccer Stadium. At least one parent needs to attend. Important season information and documents will be discussed. Please make sure to attend. 
Head Middle School Coach Kate Mayhew has returned from her one year hiatus and reassumed the reigns of the girls MS program.  She will have some great tools to work with as Graduates of the U-12 Rangers program will start really filling up her roster this coming Fall.   
Coach Mayhew will be hosting Open Gyms thru the months of March and April on Mondays and Wednesdays in the Middle School Gymnasium.   This is open to all 6th and 7th grade girls interested in playing on the girls Middle School team next Fall.  Players should wear comfortable athletic clothing, gym shoes and shin guards.  Also bring soccer cleats as we will go outside when the weather is nice.  Please arrange to be picked up promptly at 4 pm.
Coaching Staff

Head Coach 
Cell: 614-962-2488 
Assistant Coach
Scott Ramsey
Cell: 614-419-4555
Middle School Coach
Cell: 614-565-3360
Middle School Assistant Coach
Maegan Watkins
Cell: 614-214-7095 
Forms and Info

Lady Rangers at the Collegiate Level 
Brooke Wilhite      OCU 
Follow the Hamilton Girls Soccer Program on IG and Twitter: @HTLadySoccer
Girls Soccer Records
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