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CJ Hester named Divison IV Offensive Player of the Year In The Stste of Ohio

Wyoming Ends Great Season at State Finals

Wyoming Football finished 15-1 on the season but lost to Cleveland Glenville in the state finals Saturday night 26-6.  Congratulations to the Cowboys players and coaching staff!

Wyoming Advances to State Finals

The Wyoming Cowboys defeated The Steubenville Big Red 32-20 to advance to the State Finals next Saturday in Canton at 7:30 pm.  They will play another long time successful program, Cleveland Grenville in the finals.  Steubenville is one of the storied programs in NE Ohio but they played one on the storied programs in SW Ohio and the Cowboys came out on top.  Wyoming is now 14-0 and will be making their fourth state final appearance.  1975, 1977, 2018 and now 2022.

It is time to take to the hardwood and mats and pools

The CHL winter season has begun!

Boys Basketball:  Last year the Taylor Yellowjackets won the CHL with a 12-2 league record.

Girls Basketball:  Indian Hill won the CHL trophy with a perfect 14-0 record.

Wrestling:  Reading ran away with the title at the CHL league meet.

Boys Swimming:  Indian Hill won the CHL league meet by over 100 points,

Girls Swimming:  Indian Hill also won the CHL Girls meet but only by 2 points over Mariemont in one of the closest meets ever in CHL history.

Boys Bowling:  Reading went 9-1 and 14-2 overall to win the CHL title.

Girls Bowling:  Taylor swept the field going 10-0 and winning the CHL crown.

 

Wyoming Football Wins Regional Final-In Final Four

The Wyoming Cowboys raised their record to 14-0 with a state record of 10 shutouts by defeating Taft 7-0 Saturday night at Lakota West.  The 10 shutouts ties the state mark held by six other teams, including Wyoming, which did it in 1962.  They are Regional Champions for the fourth time in the last five years and eighth time ever in school history.  They move on to the state final four next Saturday when they will play longtime state powerhouse Steubenville at Columbus Crew Stadium.