It's the last week for non-league football games.  Tennis & golf are beyond the half way point in their seasons.  The other fall sports are going full bore. Check out each sport's link for stat information. 

CHL teams are doing very well the first two weeks of non-league games.  Their record is 13-3.  Five teams are 2-0 and the other three are 1-1.

You could not have asked for a better night to celebrate the opening of Yellowjackets Stadium.  Taylor scored early and often and went on to a 53-6 win over Clark Montessori.  Seven of the eight touchdowns came on rushes.  Hunter Gillespie scored the first 3 TDs.  Two were runs of 9 & 17 yards. The other was a 5 yard pass from Nick Koehne.  Koehne was 10 for 12 passing for 163 yards and the one TD pass.  He also scored on a 2 yard run.  Koty Kendall had 137 yards rushing and 3 TD runs of 5, 19, & 3 yards.  Evan Lamb added the final score on a 4th quarter 1 yard run.

In the ICRC TV broadcast, Reading built up a 27-12 lead at half and went on to a 34-12 win over Adena.  Neriah Brooks got his first career touchdown in the 1st quarter on an 18 yard run.  He added a TD #2 in the 2nd quarter on a 10 yard run.  After an Adena score, the big play of the game was an 87 yard touchdown pass from Eric Wachendorf to Derek King.   Wachendorf was 14 for 20 passing for 264 yards and the one score.  He also scored on a 10 yard run.  In the 2nd half, Baden Pinson added the final score on a 5 yard run.

Deer Park shut out Lockland 16-0.  Derrick Combs caught a pass from Austin Osborne for a Wildcat score. The Wildcat defense was led by Chad Comarta 15 tackles and an interception return for a score by Dashawn Whitehead.

Madeira had a 38-6 lead at half and rolled to a 38-14 win over Hughes.  Quarterback Matthew Schroeder was 12 for 18 for 327 yards and 4 touchdown passes.  Three of those passes were to Nick Cedillo for 20, 26, & 63 yards.  Cedillo had 7 catches for 214 yards.  Ryan Welt caught a TD pass for 52 yards.  Colin Voisard had 103 yards rushing including a 3 yard score.  Christopher added a 30 yard field goal.

Mariemont scored 21 4th quarter points to come from behind to beat Batavia 38-27.  The two teams went back & forth the first half.  Connor Bortz caught 69 yard pass from Kane Coates to tie the game at 7 all.  Gunnar Nixon put the Warriors ahead 10-7 on a 25 yard field goal.  After Batavia took a 14-10 lead, Aron Urevek scored on a 6 yard run to put the Warriors back on top 17-14.  Batavia took a 21-17 lead into the 4th quarter when Mariemont scored 3 straight TDS.  Parker Sullivan caught a 4 yard pass from Coates.  Urevick had an 84 yard run for his 2nd touchdown.  Ryan Fields closed out the scoring with a 3 yard run.  Coates was 12 for 20 passing for 226 yards and scoring passes..  Urevick had 23 rushes for 173 yards and the 2 scores.  Nixon was 5 for 5 in PAT kicks and the 1 field goal.

Wyoming scored all their points in the first 3 quarters to down Taft 46 - 6.  The game was highlighted by two 80 yard kickoff returns for scores: Mason Rogers in the 2nd quarter & Oliver Reinecke in the 3rd quarter.  Rogers also had a 25 yard interception return for a score and Reinecke had a 67 yard TD run.  Andrew Marty threw 2 touchdown passes to Duke Brunke for 13 & 40 yards.  Justin Shields added the final Cowboy score on a 20 yard run.

CHCA proved too much for Indian Hill as the Eagles downed the Braves 44-13.  Indian Hill's two scores came on a Justin Littman to Reed Aicholz pass and a Charles Stephens run.

Shroder beat Finneytown 45-18.  Dante Goodwin had 13 rushes for 171 yards and 2 scores.  Jordan Smith had 85 yards on the ground and 1 score.

Stat Leaders:
Passing - Kane Coates (Mariemont) 33-61, 570 yards, 5 touchdowns, 147.6 quarterback rating
Rushing - Koty Kendall (Taylor) 227 yards
Receiving - Catches- Chris Cascella (Mariemont) 11   Yards- Nick Cedillo (Madeira) 293 yards
Scoring - Oliver Reinecke (Wyoming) 31 points
Kick Scoring - Gunnar Nixon (Mariemont) 14 points (2 field goals)
Tackles - Jacob Magois (Madeira) 29
Sacks - Hunter Murphy (Taylor) 5
Interceptions - Five tied with 2 each 

This is the last week of non-league games.  Seven games will be on Friday.  Summit Country Day will be at Deer Park, Indian Hill at Little Miami, Mariemont at Hughes, Norwood at Taylor, Reading at Purcell Marian at Sheakley Field on UC campus.  Madeira will be at North College Hill with a 7:30 start time.  Finneytown will be taking the longest regular season road trip for CHL teams.  The Wildcats travel to Coal Grove, Ohio to take on Dawson-Bryant.  Coal Grove is in the Huntington, Ashland, Ironton area.  Saturday, Wyoming will be at McNicholas for a 2:00 start time.

Indian Hill is 2-0-0 in the league & 4-2-0 overall.   Madeira is 1-0-0 in league play & 1-3-2 overall.  Taylor is 4-1-0 overall.  Some results from the past week...  Indian Hill 1 Taylor 0, Taylor 4 Talawanda 2, Reading 3 Ripley Union 1, & Wyoming 4 Finneytown 0.

Stat Leaders:
Points - Nicole Faulkner (Taylor) 16
Goals - Hannah Nelson (Reading), Faulkner 7 each
Assists - Jodie Weimer (Taylor) 8
Shut-Outs - Ellie Schaub (Indian Hill), Julie Lang (Mariemont) 2 each

There are 11 games this week, 4 of them league.

Wyoming is 2-0-0 in the league & 6-1-0 overall.  Indian Hill has a 1-0-0 league mark & 2-3-1 overall.  Reading is 5-2-1 overall.  The Blue Devils have been a scoring machine this season.  In 8 games, Reading has scored 44 goals.  All of last season, they scored 47.  Three of the top five points leaders are Reading players. Tyler Cord already has 54 points. He led the league last season with a final point total of 58.  Some results from the past week... Reading 11 Ripley Union 1, Wyoming 3 Talawanda 0, Madeira 4 Deer Park 2, & Finneytown 5 Xenia Christian 0.

Stat Leaders:
Points - Tyler Cord (Reading) 54
Goals - Cord 22
Assists - Cord 10
Shut-Outs - Ethan Wayman (Wyoming), Nate Stidham (Reading)  4 each

There are 14 games this week.  Four league games will be on Tuesday.  A big non-league game Saturday will be Wyoming at Colerain.

Wyoming continues to be on top with a 4-0 league mark & 7-1 overall.  Madeira (3-1,8-1) & Indian Hill (3-1,5-3) are tied for 2nd.  Some results from the past week...  Taylor over Reading in 3 games, Deer Park over Mariemont in 3 games, Madeira over Finneytown in 3 games, & Wyoming over Indian Hill in 3 games.  The Cowboys' league win streak is now at 60 in a row.

Stat Leaders:
Kills - Hannah Meckstroth (Taylor) 69
Assists - Mia Kraft (Wyoming) 216
Digs - Maddie Bahr (Wyoming) 96
Blocks - Maggie Hortsmann (Madeira) 24
Serving Aces - Sierra Leigh (Finneytown) 28

There are 14 matches this week, seven of them league.

SID Note - Golf standings in the CHL are determined by points.  A team gets one point for each team  they beat in the league preview.  Teams get 2 points for each regular season conference win and two points for each team they beat in the league championship.  As of now, the points are not reflected in the win-loss under the golf link.  Point standings will be updated in the weekly updates.
Here are the current point leaders in the league:
Madeira  12
Wyoming 10
Mariemont 9
Indian Hill 7
Taylor 4
Reading 1
Finneytown 0

Here are results from last week...
Wyoming 162 Indian Hill 172
Sycamore "B" 170  Reading 204
Indian Hill 172  Taylor 196
Glen Estes 148  Madeira 168  Henry Walsh had a 38 on the White Oak Golf Course including an eagle on the 7th hole.

Stat Leaders (nine hole average):
1. Connor Hjelm (Madeira) 38.5
2. Sam Marty (Wyoming)
3. Cooper Hausfeld (Wyoming) 39.15
4. John Hughes (Wyoming) 40.67

5. Travis Freytag (Madeira) 41.45

     Zach Evans (Madeira) 41.45

There are 16 matches this week, 8 of them league.  Wednesday, a big league match will be Indian Hill and Madeira.  Saturday, Madeira & Reading will be at the Middle Christian Invitational.  Also Saturday, Indian Hill will be at the Hadley Fall Classic.

Indian Hill is 1-0 in the league & 10-2 overall.  Wyoming is 1-0 in the league.  Mariemont is 7-4 overall.  Some results from the past week... Walnut Hills 3 Wyoming 2, Indian Hill 5 St. Ursula 0, Mariemont 4 Kings 1, Madeira 5 Deer Park 0.   Indian Hill is ranked #1 in the Division II city polls.  The Braves are defending state team tennis champs and will take their next step to a second title by taking on Alter at home on September 22nd in the district semi-final match.  The team is deep in talent and is getting great play out of the starters.

Stat Leaders (in wins):
Haley Weston (Mariemont) 9-1, Caroline Andersen (Indian Hill) 9-1, Haley Thoresen (Wyoming) 8-1, Gracey Hirsch (Indian Hill) 8-2, Meredith Breda (Indian Hill) 8-3
Julia Whittelsey & Unique Irby (Mariemont) 8-1, Alec Skidmore & Abigail Singer (Indian Hill 7-3

There are 7 matches scheduled Monday - Wednesday.  Wednesday will have a league match of Deer Park at Taylor.  The annual Coaches Classic will be held Thursday & Saturday.  More on that Wednesday.

At the Winton Woods Invitational, Elizabeth Nicely of Reading was 10th.  Five CHL teams were at the Mason Invitational.  In Division II, Madeira was runner-up.  Indian Hill was 6th, Taylor 7th, Mariemont 12th, & Finneytown 14th.  The top runners for CHL teams were Maddie McDonough (Madeira), Mallory Kline (Madeira), Rhian Horton (Indian Hill), Julia Brueggenmeyer (Finneytown), Mollie Shinkle (Madeira), Caroline Thomas (Madeira), Sutty Godar (Taylor).

Top 5K Performances:
1. Katie Spray (Wyoming) 20:57.342. Maddie McDonough (Madeira) 21:05.0
3. Terra Forsythe (Wyoming) 21:11.89
4. Corinne Fanta (Mariemont) 21:16.60
5. Whitley Elsass (Wyoming) 21:19.74

At the Winton Woods Invitational, Trevor Bryant was the top runner for Reading.  Five CHL teams were at the Mason Invitational.  In Division II, Madeira was 4th, Indian Hill 5th, Taylor 7th, Mariemont 8th, & Finneytown 14th.  Charlie Jordan (Mariemont) was 5th in 17:32.  Michael Christman (Madeira) was 8th in 17:35.  Ben Warstler (Indian Hill) was 10th in 17:42.  Other top runners for the CHL were Trent Geyer (Indian Hill), Chad Mason (Taylor), Jacob Heinold (Finneytown), & Devin Heffeman (Indian Hill).

Top 5K Performances:
1. Ben Stites (Wyoming) 16:08.83
2. Max Hoffman (Wyoming) 16:38
3. Charlie Jordan (Mariemont) 17:16.63
4. Ben Warstler(Indian Hill) 17:26
5. Trent Geyer (Indian Hill) 17:30

Tuesday, Wyoming will be at the Greenon 2 Miler at John Bryan State Park near Yellow Springs.  All other invitationals will be on Saturday.  Madeira & Wyoming will be at Eaton.  Indian Hill & Mariemont at Milford.  Reading will be at Bethel-Tate.  Deer Park will be at the Redhawk invite at Miami University.  Taylor will be across the river at Covington Catholic.

If you are interested in coaching in the Cincinnati Hills League, check out the Coaching Position link in the upper right of this page.  Check it often because it will be changing.

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 17 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          17 (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)

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. 

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