Several area soccer teams hit the field recently.
The Bellefontaine varsity boys lost to rival Tipp City 2-0 in the Division II sectional final at Piqua Monday.
The Red Devils took control with two first-half goals.
The Chiefs end the season 11-4-3.
Bellefontaine set two school records this fall.
They recorded ten shutouts and had the best goals against average (.89 per game).
Bellefontaine head coach Steve Henry said, "I am really proud of the way that we didn't back down to their aggressiveness. They had a few free kicks in the 1st half that turned out to be just what they needed, because both of their goals came off of them. We just couldn't find many looks on their defense. This class of seniors is really a special bunch. Besides being the largest class that I have coached, they might have the most skill of any class that I have coached. It will be hard group to replace. I'm glad that I had the opportunity to coach them."
Tipp City advances to the district title game against Indian Hill Thursday night at Bellbrook.
Other high school finals:
Kenton Ridge outlasted Greenon 1-0 in double overtime.
The Cougars will battle Dayton Carroll Thursday night at Northmont.
Springfield Catholic handled Fairlawn 10-1.
Yellow Springs edged Botkins 1-0.
Greeneview beat Newton 3-2.
Hi-Point Nutrition shut out Donatos 5-0 in the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade city tournament.
EJ Edu scored a hat trick and Cambryia Elkins and Max Wilcoxon each added a goal.
Tate Schmittauer delivered an assist and Anne West recorded the shutout in goal.
In Youth 4-5 soccer, Thomas and Marker edged Scott's Power Equipment 4-3 Sunday.
Jackson Strzalka scored 4 goals for Thomas and Marker.
The Calvary Christian Spartans junior high soccer team capped their season with a 4-1 victory over West Liberty in the Logan County Junior High Soccer League championship game Saturday.
Parker Grothaus scored four goals for Calvary Christian.
The Spartans finished the season 17-0-1.
(Pictured above Calvary Christian: back row left to right: Josh Kilgore and Parker Grothaus; middle row: Coach Chris LaBelle, Amanda Koons, Sam Kirkpatrick, Jon Salmonowicz, Allen LaBelle, Andrew Reinhard, Carrie Robb, Chantel Smithers, Josiah Kratz, Clayton Slemmons, Maddie McGillis, and Tyler Reinhard; bottom row: Cole Kennedy, Noah LaBelle, Derek Robb, Rylan Studebaker, Peter Kratz, Faith Wenger, Bradon Studebaker, Daniel Wilt, and Blake Wenger)