The Ottawa Hills boys and girls lacrosse teams each made it to the Ohio High School Lacrosse Association's state semifinals, competing in the club division.
The girls team was ranked No. 1 in the state for most of the season and finished with a 9-5 record. They led all divisions in scoring with 201 goals.
"It was a great season," Green Bears coach Jim Petas said. "It was neat how they took to such a competitive style of offense."
Ottawa Hills defeated Sylvania (combined Northview and Southview) 15-5 in the first tournament game. In the state semifinal, Ottawa Hills led Lebanon for most of the game before falling 13-12.
"They worked so hard," Petas said. "It just didn't fall our way."
Junior midfielder Megan Fenton was the leading scorer with 71 goals. Senior attacker Clare Bogart was second with 43. Midfielder Maddie Hileman, a senior, was named the team most valuable player. It was the third time in four years that the OH girls reached the state semis.
The Ottawa Hills boys (12-4) lost to Delaware Hayes, the No. 1 ranked team and eventual state champion, in the state semifinals.
The Green Bears defeated Eastlake (15-4) and St. Thomas Aquinas (10-7) to reach the semis.
Ottawa Hills attacker Jonathan Rodriguez earned All-OHSLA first-team honors. He led the Toledo Area Lacrosse Association with 96 points (44 goals and 52 assists).
Midfielder Ian Trickey also earned all-state first-team honors. Green Bears defender Dillon Overmeyer was named to the second team, as was specialist Doug Stockton.
It was the Green Bears' first trip to the state final four.
In Division II boys, St. Francis de Sales made a run to the state quarterfinals. The Knights defeated Northview 19-4 in the first round, then beat Cleveland Benedictine 18-2 before being knocked out of the tournament by Rocky River.
St. Francis defender Kyle Johnston earned All-OHSLA second team, while midfielder Shannen Wesley earned honorable mention.
Northview defeated Perrysburg 12-7 in a tournament play-in game. Wildcats defender Mike Allen earned All-OHSLA honorable mention.
In Division I boys, Southview reached the second round with a win over Olentangy Orange (8-7) before falling to Dublin Jerome.
St. John's won its first tournament game, 12-3 over Brunswick, before losing to Dublin Jerome.