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Genoa boys soccer returns senior midfielder Sean Hoeft and senior forward Logan Bihn, both first team All-Northern Buckeye Conference selections last year.

They are among 11 lettermen back for Coach Tim Memmer’s squad, which was 8-10 overall and 4-6 in the NBC in 2017.

Bihn had 23 goals and six assists and Hoeft had eight goals and eight assists as both were also awarded with honorable mention all-district honors as well.

Joining them will be returning senior midfielder Joey Dominique, who was an honorable mention All-NBC pick, the NBC Silver Boot (most assists) honoree, and honorable mention all-district. Dominique had six goals and 14 assists last year.

        The Genoa girls golf team is hoping that returning seniors Reagan Guthrie, Haleigh DuChane and Jaylynn Kreager can do well enough to put them over the top in the Northern Buckeye Conference.

        Guthrie was a second team All-Northern Buckeye Conference selection last year, averaging 50.7 strokes, but she is already consistently scoring in the 40s, even high 30s, during matches this season.

        “The Lady Comets will be anchored by returning team captain Senior Reagan Guthrie,” said Genoa third-year coach Don Colyer. “We will depend on her experience and consistency to lead the team.”

         Brian Reed is taking over for Chad Lillich as Lake’s head boys soccer coach, but Reed’s history with the program is well-established.

        Reed has been an assistant since 2011, and since then Lake’s teams have gone 68-46-7 and won two league championships.

        As a coach, his accolades are impressive, too, including seeing his girls team reach the regional semifinals, a boys team reach the district final, and earning Assistant Coach of the Year honors in 2016.

        Last year, the Lake boys finished 14-4 overall and 9-1 in the Northern Buckeye Conference, and Reed has five lettermen returning.




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