With only five teams this season, tennis has already crown its league champ. Baseball & softball are in their 2nd half of their league seasons. Track & field have two more weeks of meets before their league championship. Stat leader are posted and complete stats for each sport can be found under their links.
Red means league champ decided.
Reading & Taylor are tied for 1st with 6-1 league record. Reading is 11-3 overall & Taylor 11-2. Indian Hill is 3rd (6-3, 10-7). Deer Park is 10-6 overall. Some scores from the past week...
After losing the 1st league game earlier in the week, Reading gain a split by beating Taylor 4-2
Indian Hill 12 Western Brown 11
Mariemont 6 Norwood 5
Finneytown 3 Cincinnati Christian 1
Batting Average (at least 30 at bats) - Danny Cox (Reading) .531
Home Runs -Five tied with 2 each
RBIs - Trent Perdue (Reading), Logan Barron (Reading) 19
ERA - (20 innings) - Chris Mutter (Taylor) 0.48
Wins - Tyler Buchanan (Deer Park) 5
Strikeouts - Buchanan 4
There are 23 games, 12 of them league games. Deer Park has a double header with Mt. Healthy on Saturday.
Reading is on top with a 6-0 league mark & 11-3 overall. Deer Park has a 3-1 league record & 11-3 overall. Wyoming is 3rd (4-2, 8-2). Some results from the past week....
Reading 16 New Miami 11
Taylor 3 CHCA 1
Wyoming 8 Taylor 7
Deer Park 7 Finneytown 6
Batting Averages (at least 30 at bats) - Reagan Raymer (Wyoming) .667
Home Runs - Hayley Richardson (Finneytown), Ashley Bauer (Taylor) 3
RBIs - Kaylee Wolf (Reading) 31
ERA (25 innings) - Jenna Shepherd (Deer Park) 1.43
Wins - Ryenn Barley (Reading) 10
Strikeouts - Richardson 87
There are 18 games this week, 10 of them league games. Thursday will be a big league game. Reading will be at Deer Park. The Blue Devils won the first round between the two teams 9-8.
Indian Hill finishes the league season 4-0. The Braves are 9-3 over. For Indian Hill it is back to back league titles. Since the CHL started in 1985, the Braves have only lost two boys' tennis titles. Wyoming won the league championship in 2014 & 2009. Wyoming has 3-1 league mark & 7-2 overall. Some results from the past week...
Indian Hill clinched the league title with a 5-0 win over Madeira
Indian Hill 4 Seven Hills 1
Wyoming 3 Mason"B" 2
Mariemont 5 Clark Montessori 0
Stat Leaders in Wins:
Alexander Warstler (Indian Hill) 10-2, Andrew Pregel (Indian Hill) 10-2, Wyatt Peterson (Mariemont) 6-2, Chris Murray (Wyoming) 5-2, Durham Colohan (Indian Hill) 5-3, Cameron Stephens (Mariemont) 5-4
Milan Bhandani & Christiano Lima (Indian Hill) 8-3, Jessie Glaser & Charlie Manzler (Mariemont) 6-3, Jay Klein & Alex Styrod (Wyoming) 4-0, Maanas Pisati & Pablo Guzman (Indian Hill) 4-3
There are 8 matches Monday through Wednesday. The final league match will be Tuesday with Finneytown at Mariemont. A couple of big non-league matches will be Indian Hill at Cincinnati Country Day on Tuesday and St. Xavier at Wyoming on Wednesday. Thursday & Saturday, all five league teams will be in the Southwest Ohio Coaches Classic. More on that Wednesday.
GIRLS' TRACK & FIELD
results will be posted...
100 Dash - Anna Podojil (Indian Hill) 12.94
200 Dash - Podojil 26.14
400 Dash - Podojil 58.03
800 Run - Corinne Fanta (Mariemont) 2:27.71
1600 Run - Fanta 5:30.11
3200 Run - Whitley Elsass (Wyoming) 11:50.00
100 Hurdles - Randi Schutte (Taylor) 16.57
300 Hurdles - Carson Fields (Mariemont) 46.51
4 x 100 Relay - Mariemont 52.06
4 x 200 Relay - Mariemont 1:51.03
4 x 400 Relay - Taylor 4:21.54
4 x 800 Relay - Taylor 10:26.30
Shot Put - Kylee Draughn (Taylor) 35'2
Discus - Marley Manigault (Wyoming) 101'9
Long Jump - Podojil 15'6.75
High Jump - Marin Valentine (Mariemont) 5'
Pole Vault - Alexia Bonds (Finneytown) 8'
BOYS' TRACK & FIELD
results will be posted...
100 Dash - Enouch Brookins (Finneytown) 11.18
200 Dash - Corey Young (Finneytown) 23.17
400 Dash - Young 50.78
800 Run - Nick Cedillo (Mariemont) 1:55.63
1600 Run - Brad Greene (Taylor) 4:42.52
3200 Run - Cullen O'Brien (Wyoming) 10:06.10
110 Hurdles - Trevor Fant (Reading) 16.59
300 Hurdles - Jeffery Timmers (Mariemont) 41.08
4 x 100 Relay - Mariemont 44.68
4 x 200 Relay - Mariemont 1:32.84
4 x 400 Relay - Mariemont 3:33.92
4 x 800 Relay - Taylor 8:34.92
Shot Put - Ethan Voelker (Taylor) 42'8
Discus - Kolan Livingston (Wyoming) 150'2
Long Jump - Justin Dreyling (Reading) 21'1.25
High Jump - Fant , Zach Van Fossen (Wyoming), Jared Lowe (Wyoming) 6'2
Pole Vault - Fant 13'0
TRACK & FIELD SCHEDULES
Tuesday, Indian Hill will be at Kings for a quad meet. Wednesday, Taylor will host the 2nd Annual John Coleman Track & Field Invitational. Among the teams coming will be Deer Park, Mariemont, & Reading. Also on Wednesday, Madeira will be at the Milford Invitational. Friday, Deer Park, Finneytown, Indian Hill, & Taylor will be at the Ross Invitational. Wyoming will be at the Loveland Invitational and Reading will travel north to the Bishop Fenwick Invitational.
Lacrosse is not recognize as a league sport. It is also not a state recognize sport but the coaches association has a state championship for boys and girls. For a sport to be a varsity league sport for the CHL, at least five schools must have a team. Only three schools have varsity teams; Indian Hill, Mariemont, & Wyoming. Two other league schools field club teams; Madeira & Taylor.
The three schools that have had lacrosse as a varsity sport have done well over the years. Mariemont boys are three time Division II state champions (2007, 2013, 2014). Indian Hill boys also have D2 league titles in 1999, 2000, 2002. We have some results from the season so far:
Mariemont girls are 3-2 on the season with wins over Indian Hill 4-3, Summit Country Day 11-10, & Centerville 20-2.
Wyoming girls beat Fenwick 9-7 and Lebanon 15-2
Mariemont boys are 3-7 on the season. The Warriors have wins over Wyoming 13-3, Turpin 9-3, & Mason 10-6.
Indian Hill boys are 7-4 this season.
Wyoming boys are 4-6. They have wins over Turpin 13-3 & Seven Hills 7-6
Versus League Teams:
4/28 - Mariemont at Wyoming
Versus Non-League Teams:
4/28 - Anderson at Indian Hill
4/29 - Worthington Kilbourne at Indian Hill
4/30 - Wyoming at Summit Country Day
Versus League Teams:
next one May 11th
Versus Non-League Teams
4/27 - Lakota East at Indian Hill, Seven Hills at Mariemont, Sycamore at Wyoming
4/30 - Bexley at Indian Hill, Wyoming at Lebanon
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 19 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 19 (1997-present)
3. Indian Hill boys' golf 12 (1985-1996)
Wyoming girls' basketball 12 (1989-2001)
5. Reading wrestling 11 (2005-present)
6. Wyoming boys' swimming 10 (2006- present)
7. Wyoming boys' track & field 9 (1991-1999)
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.