Grandview Heights Boys Varsity Soccer

  • Overall Record: 17 - 1 - 6
  • Conference Record: 2 - 0 - 3

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Grandview Heights Celebrates Signing Day – Furbee and Volker

On April 11, a big crowd gathered in the Brotherhood of Rooks Media Center to watch Bobcat student-athletes, Johnny Volker and Calvin Furbee sign their athletic commitments for their respective universities.  Johnny will play soccer at Ohio Dominican University and Calvin will swim for Emory University.  Congratulations!! Here are some highlights from these great Bobcat student-athletes: CALVIN FURBEE

Game Info: Boys and Girls Soccer State Semifinals

Tickets are available to purchase in the GHHS Athletic Office in advance of Tuesday’s Girls Soccer State Semifinal and Wednesday’s Boys Soccer State Semifinal.    Tickets are $8 and can be purchased between 8 am and 3 pm, Tuesday and Wednesday. The Girls game on Tuesday starts at 7 pm at Beavercreek HS. 2660 Dayton Xenia

Soccer OHSAA Regional Finals Info

The Girls and Boys Soccer teams will travel to Waverly Saturday to compete for Regional Finals and final four appearances.  The girls kickoff at noon vs. Lynchburg Clay and the boys start at 3 p.m. vs. South Webster. Tickets are $7.  No passes are permitted. Stadium Address: 409 East 2nd Street, Waverly, 45690.  The stadium

Info for Tonight’s Boy’s Regional Soccer Semifinal Match

The Bobcats travel to Lexington HS tonight for a 7 p.m. OHSAA Regional Semifinal match versus Tuscarawas Valley HS. All tickets are $7 per person.  No passes will be accepted. Grandview is designated as the “Visiting” team and will wear dark colored jerseys, socks and will use the south bench.  Grandview Fans should sit behind our team bench.

Boy’s Soccer District Semi-Final Video Highlights

The Grandview Heights Bobcats advance to Central District 1 final with 5-0 win over Tree of Life on Tuesday, October 24, 2017. Manny Day scored 2 goals and contributed 2 assists. Wes Ryan scored a goal and earned an assist. Indigo London and Johnny Volker each tallied a goal on the night and Joel Samuels