The 5th Annual CHL Cross Country Camp will be held on June 22 to 26 at Mariemont High School.  The camp will take place each day from 9:00 am to 3:00.  Perks to the camp include twice daily training opportunities at your current fitness level, bus transportation to various training locations, instructions in all areas of training and racing, educational presentations by top local experts in mental preparation, nutrition, injury prevention, and motivational speeches from several area coaches and top runners.  In addition, if you register before May 1, you will get a CHL Cross Country t-shirt.  There will be other "swag" at the camp.  This camp is unique in having runners from league schools train together. In past years, up to 75 runners have taken part in the camp.  The cost for the camp will as follows:
$65.00 if registered by April 30
$75.00 if registered by May 30
$85.00 if registered by June 30

To register or to get more information contact:
Randy Cox (camp director)
Travis Glendenning
Jeff Timmers
Rich Jones

Seventy baseball teams in the Cincinnati area will take part in the Skyline Chili Reds Futures High School Showcase.  The games will take place from March 28 to April 24 at several of the top baseball fields.  Four CHL teams will be taking part.  Reading will have the honor of playing the first game of the showcase Saturday at 11:00.  The Blue Devils will take on Bethel-Tate at the P&G Cincinnati MLB Urban Youth Academy in Roselawn.  On April 6, Wyoming will play Madeira at Crosley Field in Blue Ash at 7:00.  Back at the Urban Youth Academy, Mariemont takes on Purcell Marian on April 9 at 4:30.  Admission to each day's games will be $5.00.  With admission, you will get voucher for a view level ticket to a Red's game and Skyline cheese coney. The month's activities end when all the players and coaches will be recognized at the Reds-Cubs game at Great American Ballpark.

SID Note - Because of cold weather, the Reading game has been moved to Sunday at 1:00.

The first week of the third season of the school year gets started with a few contests being played.  Stat leaders will be highlighted in two weeks.  Stats for each spring sport can be found under their links.

Madeira is the defending league champ.  The Mustangs have won 3 of the last 4 league titles.

Four games highlight the opening weekend for baseball.  Three games involving Deer Park, Finneytown, & Taylor will be played Saturday.  Reading plays Sunday in the Skyline Chili Reds Future Showcase. Check out related story.

Deer Park is defending league champ.  The Wildcats have 3 of the last 4 league titles.

Saturday, six teams are scheduled to get the season started.

Wyoming is defending league champion.  The Cowboys also won the league title in 2009.  Indian Hill has won all of the other league titles since 1986.

The first match of the season for tennis will be Moeller at Indian Hill on Wednesday, April 1.

The defending league champ is Finneytown.  The Wildcats will be looking for their 3rd title in a row.  Finneytown coach Charlie Crawley was named the Southwest Ohio Division II Coach of the Year for 2014.

Wyoming has won the league title the last 3 years.

Saturday, two teams get the track & field season going.  Deer Park will be at the Legends Invitational at LaSalle High School  Taylor will be at the Harrison All Comers meet.  Reading's first meet at the Polar Bear Relays at Bethel-Tate has been postponed till Monday.

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. Reading wrestling                  10 (2005-present)
6. Wyoming boys' track & field   9 (1991-1999)

    Wyoming boys' swimming       9 (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

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