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Two league athletes are in the running for the Winter Sports Athlete of the Year.  It is the second year for the Greater Cincinnati Sports Awards which is presented by Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine.  The nominees come from the Enquirer Winter All Stars and are from Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, & Southeast Indiana.  Cora Dupre of Mariemont is a nominee for Girls Swimmer of the Year.  Lonnie Grayson of Wyoming is a nominee for Boys Basketball Player of the Year.  Athletes will be honored at the awards show on May 22 at the Aronoff Center's Procter and Gamble Hall.

In the fall, four additional CHL athletes were nominated:
Cooper Hausfeld from Wyoming, Boys' Golf
Anna Podojil from Indian Hill, Girls' Soccer
Jessie Cobbs from Finneytown, Boys' Soccer
Gracey Hirsch from Indian Hill, Girls' Tennis

Full week of games, matches, & meets. Stat leaders are now posted.  Complete stats can be found under each sport's link.

BASEBALL
Taylor is 5-0 in league play & 12-3 overall.  The Yellowjackets only loses were to D1 teams. Six other league teams have 2 wins. 
Some results from last week:

Tanner Cromer & Tyler Androne combined for a no hitter as Reading down Lockland 9-2
Reading completed a sweep of the Andy Ramsey Tournament with a 4-3 win over Amelia.
Deer Park 11 St. Bernard 1  Dakota Handorf was 4 for 4 with 2 RBIs & a triple.
Taylor 12 Finneytown 0  Joey St. John was 2 for 2 with2 RBIs for the Yellowjackets.

Stat leaders
Batting Average - (20 ABs) Dakota Handorf (Deer Park) .514
Home Runs - Four tied with  one each
RBIs -Max Bartholomew (Taylor), Jacob Hughes (Taylor) 16 each. Taylor has top RBI players.
ERA - (20 innings) Jacob Hughes .000
Wins - Ryan Mooney (Taylor), Jordan Spivey (Taylor) 4 each
Strikeouts - Tyler Buchanan (Deer Park) 33

There are 22 games this week, 13 of them league.


SOFTBALL
Taylor is 5-0 in the league & 10-4 overall.  Reading is 4-1 in league play & 6-5 overall.  Finneytown is 7-3 overall.
Some results from last week:

Samantha Schreibeis had a no hitter in a 17-0 Deer Park win over St. Bernard
Taylor 14 Deer Park 6  Genna Harris of Taylor was 2 for 3 with 2 RBIs & 2 doubles.
Mariemont 11 Indian Hill 6  Kasey Jones of Mariemont was 2 for 5 with 2 RBIs , a double & a triple

Stat Leaders
Batting Average (30 ABs) - Brittany Ladd (Madeira) .600
Home Runs - Ashley Bauer (Taylor) 3
RBIs - Ashley Bauer 25
ERA (25 innings) - Haley Richardson (Finneytown) 2.20
Wins - Haley Richardson 7
Strikeouts - Haley Richardson 98

There will be 25 games this week, 14 of them league.  Saturday, Indian Hill hosts Oak Ridge, Tennessee.


BOYS' TENNIS
Indian Hill is 2-0 in league play & overall.  Wyoming is 4-3 overall & Finneytown 2-1.
Some results from last week:
Indian Hill 5 Wyoming 0
Indian Hill 5 Mariemont 0
Wyoming 5 Summit Country Day 0

Stat Leaders (Wins)
Singles-
Joseph Kelly (Wyoming) 4-2, Josh Cook (Mariemont) 4-1, five with three wins
Doubles-
Jackson Northrop/Matt McGrory (Mariemont) 3-0, five with two wins.

GIRLS' TRACK & FIELD
At the Indian Hill Relays, the host team came in 3rd with 66 points.  Madeira was 8th.
Top Three Performances:
1600 Sprint Medley - 1. Indian Hill
1600 Run - 1. Ashley Prugh (Indian Hill) 5:30.83
4 x 400 Relay - 1. Indian Hill 4:14.91, 3. Madeira
Shot Put - 1. Indian Hill 55'6
Long Jump - 1. Indian Hill 31'8.5
New Richmond Invitational   Mariemont was 5th. Top Three Performances:
4 x 800 Relay - 2. Mariemont
100 Hurdles - 1. Carson Fields 16.16
100 Dash - Carson Fields 12.16  Carson breaks the school record that was held by her mother.
1600 Run - 2. Corinne Fanta
4 x 100 Relay - 3. Mariemont
300 Hurdles - 1. Carson Fields 46.88
800 Run - 2. Katie Copetas


Stat Leaders:
100 Dash - Carson Fields (Mariemont) 12.16
200 Dash - Anna Podojil (Indian Hill)25.33
400 Dash - Tiffany Chen (Wyoming) 1:03.20
800 Run - Lizzie Voss (Taylor) 2:30.44
1600 Run - Corinne Fanta (Mariemont) 5:23.49
3200 Run - Lily Parker (Wyoming) 12:13.8
100 Hurdles - Carson Fields 16.16
300 Hurdles - Jessie LaKamp (Taylor) 46.43
4 x 100 Relay - Reading 54.57
4 x 200 Relay - Indian Hill 1:52.23
4 x 400 Relay - Indian Hill 4:14.91
4 X 800 Relay - Wyoming 10:27.20
Shot Put - Kyle Draughn (Taylor) 36'3
Discus - Marley Manigault (Wyoming) 106' .50
Long Jump - Anna Podojil 17'1
High Jump - Marin Valentine (Mariemont) 5'
Pole Vault - Bridget Lanhan (Taylor) 8'

BOYS' TRACK & FIELD
At the Indian Hill Relays, the host team was 6th.  Madeira was 7th.  Top Three Perfromances:
4 x 800 Relay - 2. Indian Hill
1600 Run - 2. Ben Bayless (Indian Hill)
New Richmond Invitational  Mariemont was 6th.  Top Three Performances:
110 Hurdles - 3. Jonah Dill
1600 Run - 3. Drew Goheen
300 Hurdles - 2. Jonah Dill

Stat Leaders:
100 Dash - Lonnie Garyson (Wyoming) 11.32
200 Dash - Adam Mulasim (Indian Hill) 23.34
400 Dash - Gabe Vanskaik (Reading) 52.37
800 Run - Brad Greene (Taylor) 2:01.88
1600 Run - Ben Bayless (Indian Hill) 4:34.20
3200 Run - Ben Bayless 10:10.47
110 Hurdles - Issia Johnson-Sienou (Reading) 16.18
300 Hurdles - Jonah Dill (Mariemont) 42.55  Three others within .19 second. Spenser Cox (Madeira) 42.66, Issia Johnson-Sienou 42.70, Justin Dreyling (Reading) 42.74
4 x 100 Relay - Reading 45.,03
4 x 200 Relay - Reading 1:37.11
4 x 400 Relay - Taylor 3;41.99
4 x 800 Relay - Taylor 8:39.36
Shot Put - Nate Stidham (Reading) 51'3.5
Discus - Nate Stidham 161'1.5
Long Jump - Justin Dreyling 22'10.5
High Jump - Zach VanFossen (Wyoming) 6'4
Pole Vault - Jacob Hancock (Wyoming) 11'9

TRACK & FIELD SCHEDULES
Tuesday, Finneytown hosts it's annual Wildcat Invitational.  Among the teams coming will be Indian Hill, Mariemont, Reading, & Taylor.  Also Tuesday, Wyoming will be at the Colerain Invitational.  Thursday & Friday, Madeira and Mariemont will be at the Anderson Invitational.  Thursday, Wyoming will be at the Elder Ralley's Invitational.  Friday, Indian Hill will be at Kings for a quad meet.

GIRLS' LACROSSE

Indian Hill is 6-1, Mariemont 4-2, & Wyoming is 3-2.
Some results from last week:
Congratulations to Madeira for it's 1st varsity win school history, 8-7 over Fairfield
Indian Hill 13 Wyoming 4
Mariemont 17 Summit Country Day 14
Wyoming 6 Kings 5

Stat Leaders:
Goals - Mary Englert (Madeira) 29
Assists - Ellie Rabenold (Indian Hill) 10
Ground Balls - Mary Englert 37
Goalie Saves - Emily Anderson (Indian Hill) 48

There are 7 games this week. Saturday, Indian Hill travels to the Columbus area to take on Olentangy Orange & Olentangy Liberty.


BOYS' LACROSSE

Mariemont is 5-0 & Indian Hill is 3-2
Some results from last week:
Congratulations to Madeira for it's 1st varsity win in school history, 13-1 over Clinton Massie.
Indian Hill 18 CHCA 5

Stat Leaders:
Goals - Owen Taylor (Indian Hill) 20
Assists - Wyatt Fruland (Indian Hill), Ryan Fixler (Indian Hill) 9
Ground Balls - Patrick Farist (Indian Hill) 22
Goalie Saves - Henry Mayeaux (Indian Hill) 24

There are 9 games this week.  Wednesday, Mariemont will be at Indian Hill.

Results from the Deer Park & Norwood track & field invitationals are a bit too long for the weekly update.  The invites involved four league schools.  The top three performances are shown for each event.

Deer Park "Run in the Park" Invitational
Four league schools were among the teams. 
Girls
Wyoming was 1st with 159 points.  Reading was 2nd with 86 points.  Finneytown was 4th & Deer Park 8th.
4 X 800 Relay - 1. Wyoming 10:27.20, 2. Reading
100 Hurdles - 1. Alexia Bonds (Finneytown) 17.84, 2. Adrienne Nguyen-storer (Wyoming), 3. Joi Hutcherson (Wyoming)
100 Dash - 2. Jaliyah Carter (Finneytown), 3. Ava Batsel (Wyoming)
4 x 200 Relay - 3. Finneytown
1600 Run - 1. Katy Vanatsky (Wyoming) 5:56.34
4 x 100 Relay - 3. Reading
400 Dash - 1. Tiffany Chen (Wyoming) 1:06.71, 3. Diavione Wilkams (Finneytown)
300 Hurdles - 1. Joi Hutcherson 50.67, 2. Alexia Bonds, 3. Sarah Woodruff (Wyoming)
800 Run - 1. Tiffany Chen 2:33.82
200 Dash - 3. Jaliyah Carter
3200 Run - 1. Whitley Elsass (Wyoming) 12:17.12, 2. Riley Bahr (Wyoming) 12:17.21, 3. Kaylee Foster (Reading)
4 x 400 Relay - 2. Finneytown
Shot Put - 1. Marley Manigault (Wyoming) 34'6
Discus - 1. Marley Manigault 107'3, 3. Britany May (Deer Park)
Long Jump - 1. Vanessa Morrow (Reading) 13'7, 3. My'ajia Anderson-little (Reading)
High Jump - 1. Adrienne Nguyen-storer 4'8, three way tie for 2nd China Pryor (Reading), Sarah Lowe (Wyoming), Hope Nelson (Reading)
Pole Vault - 1. Zoe Elliott (Wyoming) 7'6, 3. Tt Allen (Reading)
Boys
Wyoming was 1st with 117 points.  Reading was 2nd with 98.5 points.  Deer Park was 3rd with 82 points.  Finneytown was 5th.
4 x 800 Relay - 1. Wyoming 9:00.49, 2. Finneytown, 3. Reading
110 Hurdles - 1. Issia Johnson-Sienou 16.35, 2. Alex Cousins (Finneytown), 3. Max Schilling (Deer Park)
4 x 200 Relkay - 2. Reading
1600 Run - 1. Jack Schwartz (Wyoming) 4:55.32, 2. John Nice (Wyoming)
4 x 100 Relay - 2. Reading 45.03 - school record, 3. Wyoming
400 Dash - 1. David Comarata (Deer Park), 2. Evan Schramm (Deer Park)
300 Hurdles - 1. Issia Johnson-Sienou 42.70, 2. Justin Dreyling (Reading)
800 Run - 1. Matt Lautner (Wyoming) 2:15.38
200 Dash - 3. David Comarata
3200 Run - 1. Jack Komrska (Wyoming) 11;13.0, 2. Grant Mellott (Wyoming)
4 x 400 Relay - 1. Reading 3:48.33, 2. Finneytown
Shot Put - 1. Nate Stidham (Reading) 48'2, 2. Connor O'Brien (Wyoming), 3. Max Maisel (Wyoming)
Discus - 1. Nate Stidham 158'10, 2. Xavier Pena (Deer Park)
Long Jump - 1. Evan Schramm 18'11, 3. Luke Henke (Wyoming)
High Jump - 1. Zach VanFossen (Wyoming) 6'2, 2. Evan Schramm, 3. Justin Dreyling
Pole Vault - 1. Jacob Hancock (Wyoming) 11'9, 2. Max Schilling, 3. Jermaine Fulton (Reading)

Norwood Invitational
Girls
Reading was 3rd with 101 points.  Deer Park was 9th.
Shot Put - 3. Desi Rogers (Reading)
Discus - 3. Desi Rogers
3200 Relay - 2. Reading
100 Hurdles - 1. Hope Nelson (Reading) 18.91
4 x 100 Relay - 3. Reading
300 Hurdles - 3. Hope Nelson
3200 Run - 2. Elizabeth Nicely (Reading)
Boys
Reading was 2nd with 115 points.  Deer Park was 7th.
High Jump - 1. Evan Schramm (Deer Park) 5'10
Long Jump -  The long jump competition at Norwood might have been the best in the Cincinnati area this season.  Justin Dreyling of Reading won with a jump of 22'10.5, an 1/2 inch off of the school record.  Stephen Boston of Norwood was 2nd with a school record jump of 22'7.  Pape Gomis of Norwood was 3rd with a jump of 21'1.
Discus - 1. Nate Stidham (Reading) 149'3
Shot Put - 1. Nate Stidham 48'11, 3. Mancini Jackson (Reading)
110 Hurdles - 1. issia Johnson-Sienou (Reading) 16.18
4 X 100 Relay - 2. Reading
400 Dash - 3. Gabe Vanskaik (Reading)
300 Hurdles - 1. Issia Johnson-Sienou 43.4, 2. Justin Dreyling
200 Dash - 3. Gabe Vanskaik
4 x 400 Relay - 2. Reading, 3. Deer Park
Nate Stidham was the Field MVP for the meet.  There was a three way tie for Runner MVP, including Issia Johnson-Sienou.

The 6th Annual Skyline Chili Reds Futures High School Showcase will include six CHL baseball teams this year.  A total of 47 games with 84 baseball & softball teams from the Greater Cincinnati area will be played throughout April.  Many of the games will be played at some of the most prestigious venues in the Cincinnati area, including Great American Ballpark.  Here is the schedule of the league teams:
April 10 - Indian Hill vs Reading 4:30 at the P&G Cincinnati MLB Youth Academy Field 1
April 10 - Madeira vs Mariemont 7:00 at Xavier University
April 20 - Winton Woods at Wyoming 4:30
April 22 - Harrison vs Taylor 6:00 at P&G Cincinnati MLB Youth Academy Stadium Field 1

Tickets are on sale ahead of time at the schools involved.  They are $5.00 and good for all games at the venue that day.  The price includes a voucher for a View Level ticket to select 2017 Reds home games.  On top of that, you also get a free cheese coney!

Everyone so often, I will get an email about a question on something on the website.  People have had a problem figuring out who to contact, so many times they go through our website operations people.  Most of the time they forward the email to me.  So I will save you some time.  You can contact me directly at quinkell@cinci.rr.com.  Address it to Bill and put in the subject line CHL Website.  I invite questions, comments, or concerns.  As always , our goal is to promote CHL teams, athletes, & coaches.

I will give you tip that might help you out.  If you have a question about a player or team's stat, contact the coach first.  Coaches input the stats on the website themselves or they have a person who is in charge of doing it.

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