Our last full week before the Christmas break. Some of the wrestling & swimming/diving schedules are still being updated. Stat leaders are posted for all sports. You can check out stats under each sport's links.
Madeira is 3-0 in the league & 6-0 overall. The Amazons are beating their opponents by an average of 40 points. Mariemont is 2-0 in league play & 4-2 overall. Deer Park & Wyoming are both 4-2 overall. Some results from the past week.... Madeira 54 Wyoming 36. Celia Kline had 24 points for the Amazons. Nikki Macke added 10 points. Hayley Stewart led the Cowboys with 13 points & 11 rebounds. Indian Hill beat Taylor 50-42. Samantha Arington had 19 points and Marshana Baskin had 15 points for the Braves. Hannah Meckstroth had 18 points & 14 rebounds for the Yellowjackets. Sydney Brock added 13 points & 11 rebounds. Mariemont down Indian Hill 48-22. Aislyn Hartman had 19 points & 14 rebounds for the Warriors. Ellie Schaub had 16 points for the Braves.
Points - Lacey Chadwell (Deer Park) & Celia Kline (Madeira) 21.0
Rebounds - Chadwell 16.8
Assists - KLine 6.0
Blocks - Rebekah Justice (Mariemont) 3.8
Steals - Mary Englert (Madeira) 4.0
There are 7 games this week. Four league games will be on Saturday.
Finneytown, Indian Hill, Taylor, & Wyoming are 1-0 in the league. Wyoming is 3-0 overall & Reading & Taylor are 2-1. Some results form the past week... Finneytown edged Reading 66-65. Three Blue Devils were in double figure scoring. Grayson Roberts had 18 points, Tyler Cord had 11 points & 11 rebounds, and Eric Wachendorf added 10 points. We have no stats on Finneytown. Taylor got by Deer Park 56-53. Zach Fulton led the Yellowjackets with 20 points. Nick Koehne had 19 points & 10 rebounds and Cameron Jameson had 10 points. Dasean Whitehead led the Wildcats with 15 points. Jordan Yelling had 12 points & 10 rebounds and Elijah Lucas added 11 points.
Points - Bryce Butler (Finneytown) 31.0
Rebounds - Brennan Crowley (Mariemont) & Grayson Roberts (Reading) 9.0
Assists - Austin Schneider (Indian Hill) 7.5
Blocks - Nick Heidel (Indian Hill & Jacob Trester (Mariemont) 3.0
Steals - Jake Edmonds (Wyoming) 6.0
There are 9 games this week, 4 league games on Friday.
Deer Park hosted the Greg Rogers Memorial Invitational. The Wildcats finished 4th with 159.5 points. Taylor was 5th (154.5) & Wyoming 6th (127.0). Mariemont was 13th. CHL wrestlers in the top 3 in their weight class:
106 - 3. Robby Martini (Taylor)
120 - 1. Jesse Potts (Deer Park)
132 - 1. Damien Walton (Taylor)
138 - 1. Tyler Goodpaster (Deer Park)
145 - 2. Noah Pitman (Wyoming)
152 - 1. Riley Henderson (Mariemont) 2. Max Wilhelm (Taylor)
160 - 1. Austin Sieman (Deer Park) 3. Max Neumann (Taylor)
170 - 1. Nate Marmol (Taylor)
182 - 2. Devin Berkley (Taylor) 3. Luke Kremzar (Wyoming)
195 - 1. Jeremy Heglin (Deer Park)
220 - 1. Chad Comarata (Deer Park)
Reading won a home tri match. The Blue Devils beat Batavia 57-21 & Goshen 57-20. Double winners for Reading were Wilber Compres, Warlin Compres, Dan Robbins, Dustin Griffith, Clay Campbell, Baden Pinson, & Dustin Robbins. Reading is 6-1 in dual matches this season. Wyoming is 1-3 in duals. The Cowboys win came against Little Miami 51-18.
Wins - Baden Pinson (Reading) 7-0, Dustin Robbins, Wiber Compres, Clayton Campbell, Derek King, Austin King (all from Reading) 6-1, Justin Shields (Wyoming) 6-2
Pins - Robbins, Shields, A. King, Warlin Compres (Reading), Ethan Tefs (Wyoming), Luke Kremzar (Wyoming), Mile Manigault (Wyoming) 4 each
Tuesday, Madeira will host a supper tri match. Friday and Saturday, Mariemont will be at the Waterloo Tournament at Atwater, Ohio. Also on those two days, Reading & Wyoming will be at the Blanchester Duals. On Saturday, Indian Hill & Madeira will be at the Eagle Rumble Duals at Walnut Hills High School. Taylor will be at the Washington Court House Invitational. On Saturday & Sunday, Deer Park will be at the Coaches Classic at Harrison High School.
Results will be posted Thursday....
200 Freestyle - Carly Stelzer (Mariemont) 2:11.73
200 IM - Makeyla Valentine (Mariemont) 2:29.55
50 Freestyle - Sadie DeCamp (Mariemont) 27.54
100 Butterfly - Fiona Kane (Mariemont) 1:10.97
100 Freestyle - Valnetine 58.93
500 Freestyle - Kane 5:51.38
100 Backstroke - DeCamp 1:04.90
100 Breaststroke - Nina Morgan (Mariemont) 1:16.02
200 Medley Relay - Mariemont 2:02.44
200 Freestyle Relay - Mariemont 1:51.08
400 Freestyle relay - Mariemont 4:05.56
Results will be posted Thursday...
200 Freestyle - Scott Overbey (Mariemont) 2:00.19
200 IM - Collin Widecan (Mariemont) 2:22.48
50 Freestyle - Widecan 24.22
100 Butterfly - Overbey 59.99
100 Freestyle - Overbey 53.97
500 Freestyle - Widecan 6:09.48
100 Backstroke - AJ Walter (Mariemont) 1:09.00
100 Breaststroke - Chris Spooner (Mariemont) 1:12.04
200 Medley Relay - Mariemont 1:51.38
200 Freestyle Relay - Mariemont 1:40.49
400 Freestyle Relay - Mariemont 3:40.04
On Monday, Mariemont will host a tri meet. On Friday, Madeira will be at Moeller for at tri meet. Saturday, Indian Hill will host its invitational, to be held at Cincinnati Country Day. Also Saturday, Mariemont & Wyoming travel north for two big invites. Mariemont will be at the Knight Invitational at the University of Toledo. Wyoming will be at the Canton Christmas Classic held at the CT Branin Natatorium, the home of the state meet.
Wyoming volleyball coach Julie Plitt has announced she is stepping down from her head varsity position. Plitt has been a head varsity coach in the CHL for 17 years at two different schools. She started her coaching at Reading where she spent 10 years. The last 7 years, she has coached the Cowboys. Plitt has had 12 CHL championships in those 17 years, 7 at Reading and 5 at Wyoming. Her 5 titles at Wyoming have been the last 5 years. During that time, the Cowboys have won 70 straight league matches which is a CHL record. The previous record was 69 in a row set between 1997 and 2001 when Plitt was at Reading. Her CHL record is 208-19 including 92-6 at Wyoming. Her overall record is 338-78. Plitt's 2013 team made it to the regional semi-finals, a first for Wyoming volleyball. The 2014 team was 7th in the state in the final Division II coach's poll.
Overall, Julie Plitt has achieved some great milestones being one of the most successful coaches in CHL history. Now she will spend more time with her family. Congratulations Coach Plitt and good luck off the court!
When the SID was doing some research on the wrestling & swim/dive meets, he got curious on the longest league championships in the different sports. There have been 13 championship consecutive win streaks of five or more in 10 different sports. CHL league competition began in the fall of 1985 for all sports except boys' & girls' swimming & diving. Their league titles started during the 1999-2000 school year. The all time leader is Indian Hill boys' tennis. They won 23 straight tennis titles from 1986 to 2008. The Braves also hold the record for most league titles. They have 27 of 28 titles (Wyoming won in 2009). The longest current streak is Indian Hill girls' tennis. They have won 18 in a row.
Here is the list of 5 or more consecutive league championships:
1. Indian Hill boys' tennis 23 (1986-2008)
2. Indian Hill girls' tennis 18 (1997-present)
3. Indian Hill boys' golf 12 (1985-1996)
Wyoming girls' basketball 12 (1989-2001)
5. Wyoming boys' track & field 9 (1991-1999)
Reading wrestling 9 (2005-present)
7. Wyoming boys' swimming 8 (2006- present)
8. Finneytown volleyball 7 (1985-1991)
Reading volleyball 7 (1995-2001)
Madeira girls' cross country 7 (1993-1999)
11. Wyoming boys' golf 6 (2002-2007)
12. Taylor boys' cross country 5 (2001-2005)
Indian Hill girls' tennis 5 (1985-1989)
Wyoming volleyball 5 (2010 -present)
Welcome to the Cincinnati Hills League. As members of the Cincinnati Hills League, we would like to welcome our fans and guests to our schools and athletic facilities this season. We appreciate your support and attendance at our events and remind all attendees that the use of tobacco and alcohol are prohibited at school sponsored events. Fans are not allowed on the fields of play and we ask you to respect our facilities and quality of play on the field. Positive sportsmanship will be shared between both teams during the competition and we ask for our fans to exhibit that same behavior. Cheer for your team, show respect for the officials, and support staff in place to make the event a positive experience for all in attendance. We are friendly rivals; we respect the work and efforts shown by both teams. We are proud of our schools and are very appreciative of your support and attendance. Thank you. The Cincinnati Hills League
The eight histories of the district are completed. We will leave them on the website for a couple of months.