The Indian Lake varsity boys soccer team made school history Wednesday night.
The Lakers blanked visiting Graham 6-0 to clinch their first outright CBC title.
Indian Lake jumped out to a 5-0 halftime lead.
Sophomore sensation Connor Davis, who missed several games with a broken foot, erupted for six goals.
Davis tied his school record for goals in a game. Jordan McKinley recorded six goals in a game in 1999.
The Lakers had 14 shots on goal.
Graham failed to get a shot on goalie Tyler Rode.
Indian Lake head coach Jon Shoffstall said, "We got off to a slow start tonight, however, we settled in and began to connect some passes together. Our midfield did an excellent job of controlling the game and eliminating Graham's attack tonight and also was the catalyst in starting ours. Our midfielders did an excellent job of getting Connor the ball in scoring areas and he was able to finish many of those chances. It was nice to send our seniors of Dylan Cline, Brandon Gillen, Daniel Fry, and Luke Rode out with a victory on Senior Night. Those guys have really put in a lot of time to get this program to a respectable level and to them a lot of credit is owed. To win a CBC championship outright is just unbelievable. These guys have really grinded some games out and earned some great results. They have put the time in during the offseason and have really earned the right to be called champions! What a great day in our program's history!"
Indian Lake finishes the regular season 10-6 overall and 7-4 in the CBC.
Graham is 0-13-1, 0-10-1.
The Lakers will host Urbana in the first round of the tournament next Wednesday at 7:00.
The Bellefontaine varsity boys celebrated Senior Night by defeating Dayton Stebbins 3-1 at Dodd Stadium.
Nick Heydinger, Nick Gingerich, and Chase Wilcoxon each scored a goal.
Head coach Steve Henry said, "This was a great win for this team. The game didn't have anything riding on it league or tournament wise, but it was a game that I felt like we needed to win. It might have been the seniors last home game and that was motivation enough for the boys. Plus it brought us back to .500 for the season, and gave us a shot of confidence going into the tournament. I feel like we are playing our best soccer right now, and that's exactly where we wanted to be. Now we just have to wait and see who we face for our first game of the tournament."
The Chiefs finish the regular season 7-7-2 overall and 4-5-2 in the league.
Bellefontaine will play the winner of Benjamin Logan/Greenon on Saturday, October 19th.
The JV Chiefs battled Stebbins to a scoreless tie. They will play at Indian Lake Saturday at 3:30.
The Benjamin Logan varsity boys fell to visiting Urbana 5-0.
Standout Jaymen Neff-Strickland had four goals.
Benjamin Logan head coach Jamie Hughes said, "The score line wasn't what we would have liked, but that would not dampen the opportunity to pay tribute to our 7 outstanding seniors. Tristan Miller, Josh Kratz, Austin Ahle, Jacob Smith, Michael Fraber, Dylan Jakeway, and Bryce Gray have done everything we've asked of them this year and every other year that they have been a part of our program. We have watched them grow into the fine young men that they are and their parents and families should be very proud. Tonight wasn't all about trying to get a win, but more of saying good bye to a great group of guys who were playing in the final home game of their careers, and that is something special."
The Raiders are 3-13, 1-10. They will open tournament play at Greenon on Tuesday at 7:00.
The Indian Lake varsity girls team edged host Graham 1-0.
Emali Sroufe scored the game-winner on a cross from Hannah Dye with less than a minute remaining in the game.
Kylie Jenkins earned the shutout.
The Lakers are 3-11-1 and 3-1-1 over their last five games. They went 2-9 in the CBC.
The Bellefontaine varsity girls won at Dayton Stebbins 1-0.
Aubrey Kabua scored on a direct kick from Katie Harman.
The Chiefs are 4-10-2, 3-7-1. Their first tournament game is Monday at Kenton Ridge.
The Benjamin Logan varsity girls played host Urbana to a scoreless tie.
Ashtin Henry recorded two saves to preserve the shutout.
Benjamin Logan will compete in the tournament next Thursday. They will face the winner of the Bellefontaine/Kenton Ridge game.
The Raiders finish the regular season 6-7-3, 2-7-2.