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Posted by Terry Stump at Nov 27, 2006 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )

Coach: Mike Bozzo
*Forfeited 5 MML games and Tournament game due to use of ineligible player (Actual Performance Record was 10-5-2).
Top Scorers: 
Ted Morningstar (13), Isaiah Bennett (7), Matt Valiante (6) 
Hat Tricks: Isiah Bennett: 2 (vs. Franklin & Wilmington), Ted Morningstar (vs. Monroe 4 goals)
Finished 8th in the Mid-Miami League*
All-League Mid-Miami First Team: Ted Morningstar & Isaiah Bennett
All-League Mid-Miami Second Team: Zack Maxwell & Mike Flickinger
All-League Mid-Miami Honorable Mention: Geoff Moore
All-Area Dayton South First Team: Ted Morningstar
All-Area Dayton South Second Team: Zack Maxwell & Isaiah Bennett
All-Area Dayton South Third Team: Josh Steck &  Matt Valiante

All-District Miami Valley: Ted Morningstar
Most Valuable Player: Ted Morningstar
Most Improved Player: Josh Steck

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Posted by Terry Stump at Nov 27, 2006 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )
Coach: Mike Bozzo
Top Scorers: 
Olav von Scheidt (14), Matt Valiante (10), Charles Pearson (9) 
Hat Tricks: Olav von Scheidt: 2 (vs. West Carrollton & Talawanda 4 goals), Charles Pearson (vs. Franklin), Matt Valiante (vs. Miami Valley)
Finished 3rd in the Mid-Miami League
All-League Mid-Miami First Team: Matt Valiante & Jason McEldowney
All-League Mid-Miami Second Team:  Olav von Scheidt
All-Area Dayton South Second Team: Matt Valiante

All-Area Dayton South Third Team: Jason McEldowney
Most Valuable Player: Jason McEldowney
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Posted by Jeffrey Thompson at Oct 28, 2006 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Andrew Gray was the perfect center back...big, strong and with just enough speed to get the job done.  He played stopper for the Vikings and was a great leader to a young team.  He completed four of the five expectations coming into the season.

In 2006, his senior year, Andy was the captain, earned his third varsity letter and started all 18 matches.   His effort was the same every day...his best.  This effort was a great example to the younger players and an encouragement to the coaching staff.  He received the following honors:

-   GWOC South First Team All-Conference

-   Dayton South First Team All-Area

-   Team Most Valuable Player

-   Played in the 2006 Senior All-Star Classic

His last minute 50 yard score versus Wilmington, known as the "Go Baby, Go" goal, will be a Miamisburg soccer highlight and memory forever.

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Rich Oldham, Class of 1982

Posted by Terry Stump at Oct 16, 2006 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
Rich is an avid soccer fan and still lives in Miamisburg with his wife Renee and their three kids, Maria, Trey and Olivia.  Rich played for the Vikings for three years as Goalkeeper and was voted Most Improved Player in 1981. He went on to earn his Bachelors degree in History in 1986 from the University of Dayton. Rich is currently the National Account Sales Manager for the International Truck Company. His favorite memory of his high school career is being captain of the team and trying to calm Tony Phibbs down after he got a yellow card in a game they were winning 9-2 with five minutes left. When asked to spell his name Tony told the Referee "P, H, I, B as in Bad, another B as in Bad, S as in Sucks." And magically the yellow card turned to a red card.image
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Jerry Randolph, Class of 1984

Posted by Terry Stump at Oct 16, 2006 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
Jerry is still very active with soccer, currently he is the Miamisburg Vikings Assistant Coach. He has been coaching select youth soccer teams in Miamisburg for the past 9 years. He and his son Cameron make up the first father/son Vikings to earn Varsity letters on the soccer pitch. Jerry has a major role in the Viking Boys Soccer Parents Boosters as chair of the Alumni Committee. He played for Miamisburg High School for four years as halfback and forward. During his senior year Jerry was Varsity Captain, leading scorer with 9 goals and made the All League Second Team as forward. He graduated in 1996 from a Journeyman Apprenticeship Program and now works as a millwright for Appleton Papers. He still lives in Miamisburg with his two sons, Cameron and Matt. He will always remember all the friendships he started while playing Miamisburg soccer and plans to stay in touch with his teammates for years to come. image