This week starts cold and snowy just like last week ended!  basketball is approaching the haft way point of their league schedule.  Stat Leaders are posted.  Complete stats can be found under each sport's link.

Note - Reading home games will be at Sports Plus in Evendale.
Mariemont is 6-0 in the league & 9-1 overall.  The Warriors have won 35 straight league games. Madeira is 5-1 & 10-3 overall. Deer Park is 6-3 overall & Wyoming 6-5.
Some results from last week....
It took overtime for Wyoming to beat Indian Hill 45-42.  Sky Thomas had 19 points & 11 rebounds for the Cowboys.  Elly McCullumsmith  added 11 points.  Maddie Antenucci had 19 points for the Braves.  Claire deHamel & Nina Price each added 11 points. 
Deer Park 37 Cincinnati Christian 34.  Torey Macke had 9 points for the Wildcats,

Stat Leaders:
Points - Maddie Antenucci (Indian Hill) 16.0
Rebounds - Sky Thomas (Wyoming) 10.3
Assists - Ashley Rothert (Mariemont) 4.6
Blocks - Thomas 4.8
Steals - Rothert 5.7

There are 13 games this week.  Two non-league games involving Finneytown & Indian Hill were cancelled Monday. There will 8 league games this week. A big league game will be Saturday when Marimeont travels to Madeira.  The first time they met this season the Warriors won 30-29.

Note - Reading home games will be at Sports Plus in Evendale.
Deer Park,6-0, 10-0, is alone in 1st.  Deer Park continues to have one of the highest averages in points per game in the city (87.5).  Indian Hill is 5-1 in league play & 8-1 overall.  Wyoming is 8-3 overall, Reading 7-5, & Mariemont 7-6.
Some results from last week...
Wyoming 70 Clark Montessori 51. Hey Edmonds had a season high 29 points.  Evan Parter added 24 points, his 7th 20+ game this season.

Stat Leaders:

Points - Charlie Tripp (Mariemont) 20.9
Rebounds - Bryce Hunt (Reading) 11.7
Assists - Damani Mcentire  4.8, Joey Edmonds (Wyoming) 4.8, Anthony Garrett (Mariemont) 4.8
Blocks - Hunt 4.4
Steals - Mcentire 5.1

There will be 13 games this week, 5 of them league.

Note - Reading home matches will be at Lockland High School.
League wrestlers have had a couple of bad breaks the last two weeks.  First the Madeira invite had to be postponed the 2nd day because of a power outage.  This past week, Reading's Charlie Moore Invitational was cancelled because several teams come not come because of the snow.  Indian Hill did have an invite to go to.  The Braves finished 7th at the Miamisburg Pool Tournament.  Four Indian Hill wrestlers had top three finishes.  John Mark Williams was 1st in the 182 pound class.  Charlie Lindberg was 2nd in 195, Logan Jungkunz was 3rd in 126, & Will Steuerwald was 3rd in 170.

Stat Leaders Wins/Pins: 

Wins - Jackson Hugentobler (Madeira) 17-2, John Mark Williams (Indian Hill) 15-1, Dustin Robins (Reading) 15-2, Issia Johnson (Reading) 15-3, Wilber Compres (Reading) 15-3, Cooper Leszczak (Indian Hill) 15-4, Colton Robins (Reading) 14-2, 
Pins - Hugentobler 12, Johnson 11, Conner 9, Dan Sheard (Indian Hill) 8, D. Robins 8, Jaden Anderson (Indian Hill) 8, Marshall Rapp (Madeira) 8

Friday, Northwest will be at Indian Hill.  Saturday, Madeira & Wyoming will be at the Sycamore Invitational.  Next week, the state duals tournament will begin.  More information on that later this week.

Check out the story on the Southwest Coaches Classic.  

Stat Leaders: to be updated....

200 Freestyle - Cora Dupre (Mariemont) 1:56.07
200 IM - Kate Overby (Mariemont) 2:16.04
50 Freestyle - Dupre 23.75
100 Butterfly - Dupre 1:00.34
100 Freestyle - Emma Fortman (Madeira) 55.50
500 Freestyle - Mikaela Elliott (Wyoming) 5:18.26
100 Backstroke - Dupre 59.50
100 Breaststroke - Kate Overby (Wyoming) 1:10.05
1 Meter Diving - Kyleigh Spang (Mariemont) 208.65 points
200 Medley Relay - Mariemont 1:54.65
200 Freestyle Relay - Mariemont 1:42.43
400 Freestyle Relay - Mariemont 3:49.19

Check out the story on the Southwest Coaches Classic.

Stat Leaders: to be updated....
200 Freestyle - Chet Dobson (Madeira) 1:46.00
200 IM - Ian Mikesell (Mariemont) 2:03.84
50 Freestyle - Dobson 22.53
100 Butterfly - Dobson 53.68
100 Freestyle - Dobson 48.29
500 Freestyle - Dobson 4:47.53
100 Backstroke - William Jordan (Wyoming) 55.79
100 Breaststroke - Mikesell 1:00.92
1 Meter Diving - Noah Vigran (Indian Hill) 353.25 points
200 Medley Relay - Wyoming 1:42.55
200 Freestyle Relay - Mariemont 1:32.59
400 Freestyle Relay - Madeira 3:32.99

Tuesday, Wyoming will host a quad meet at Powell Crosley YMCA.  Thursday, Mariemont will host Madeira & CHCA.  Saturday, Wyoming will host Indian Hill at PCY.

Three schools have had bowling teams the last few years; Deer Park, Reading, & Wyoming.  Taylor will be  starting up a new team.  Mariemont has two girls and they will bowl on the boys' team.
Reading is 3-0 in the league & 4-2 overall. 
Some results from last week....
Reading 1981 Deer Park 1644.  Maggie Rohlfs had high game of 203 for the Blue Devils.  Chelsea hammer had a 199 for the Wildcats
Stat Leaders Average:
Chelsea Hammer (Deer Park ) 166.1
Maggie Rohlfs (Reading) 161.8
Rylynne Jenkins (Reading) 147.0
Shelby Fritz (Wyoming) 145.6

Emily Lawless (Taylor) 145.2


Four schools have had bowling teams the past few years; Deer Park, Reading, Taylor, & Wyoming.  Mariemont is starting up a new team.
Taylor is 4-0 in the league & 10-0 overall.  Reading is 2-1 in league play & 3-3 overall.
Some results from last week....
Mariemont won their first ever bowling match 2282 -2160 over Seven Hills.  Giancarlo Vitela had a 208 game & Dylan Buerger had a 201 game

Stat Leaders Average:

Shawn Ward (Taylor) 199.8
Austin Harvey (Taylor) 195.3
Dylan Buerger (Mariemont) 184.7
Will Maley (Deer Park) 182.2

Brady Leisure (Taylor) 175.1


Tuesday will be two league matches for boys & girls.  Reading will take on Wyoming at Brentwood Bowl.  Deer Park & Taylor will meet at Western Bowl.  Wednesday, Taylor boys will meet Mariemont at Madison Bowl.  Thursday Summit Country Day boys will meet Wyoming boys at Brentwood Bowl.  Friday, Reading boys & girls will meet Loveland at Crossgate Lanes.

The polls are the Enquirer Coach's Polls and state polls.
Note - Swimming/Diving not updated as of 1/17

Girls' Basketball
Division II
no teams in top ten
Division III
3. Madeira, T4. Mariemont
Boys' Basketball
Division II
4. Indian Hill, 7. Wyoming
Division III
1. Deer Park, 4. Madeira, 6. Reading, 7. Mariemont
Division II-III
5. Reading, 6. Indian Hill
Girls' Swimming/Diving
Division II
1. Mariemont, 2. Madeira, 3. Indian Hill, 4. Wyoming
Boys' Swimming/Diving
Division II
2. Indian Hill, 3. Wyoming, 4. Mariemont, 5. Madeira
Girls' Bowling
Division II
T6. Deer Park, 9. Reading
Boys' Bowling
Division II
T4. Taylor, T6 Reading

State Polls
Boys' Basketball
Division II
9. Indian Hill
Division III
4. Deer Park

Three league athletes won four events at the 34th Annual Southwest Swimming/Diving Classic.  Despite the bad weather, almost 2800 swimmers & divers from over 100 schools competed in the two day meet.  Swimming prelims were held at 10 different sites throughout Southwestern Ohio each day.  Each day, finals in those events were at Keating Natatorium at St. Xavier High School. It is not only largest high school meet in the country but the meet organizers have added several events not normally found at high school meets. 
Here are the athletes that made the finals:


Mariemont finished 7th with 208 points.  The Warriors were the 2nd highest Division II team.  Oakwood with 217 points was one place ahead.  Wyoming was 20th, Indian Hill 24th, & Madeira 37th.  Cora Dupre won two events breaking the meet record in each.  Dupre won the 50 Freestyle (22.91) & the 100 Freestyle (49.56).  Cora is the defending state champ in the 200 Freestyle. Teammate Kate Overbey was the 200 Breaststroke champion with a time time of 2:20.72.  Overbey was runner-up in the 400 IM.  Izzy Evans of Madeira was 3rd in the 50 Butterfly.  Emma Neiheisel of Madeira tied for 4th. Julian Rice of Indian Hill was 5th in the 1650 Freestyle.  Mariemont placed in the finals in three relays.  In the 400 Medley, the Warriors were 2nd with a time of 3:51.37, only .02 seconds behind  Centerville.  Mariemont was tied for 2nd in the 200 Medley & 5th in the 200 Freestyle. In the 1 Meter Diving, Lexi Magenheim of Indian Hill was 9th with 358.35 points.  She was the top Division II diver.

St. Xavier has dominated this meet for years.  The Bombers had over 900 
points, more than 700 ahead of 2nd place Seven Hills.  Madeira was tied for 17th, Indian Hill 19th, Wyoming 20th, & Mariemont 23rd.  Chet Dobson of Madeira placed in the finals in three events.  He was 3rd in the 200 Freestyle & 4th in the 200 Butterfly.  In the 500 Freestyle, Dobson was 4th with St. Xavier taking 4 of the top 5 places.  Defending Division II state champ in 1 Meter Diving, Noah Vigran of Indian Hill, won the event at the classic with 559 points.  It was over 63 points better than 2nd place.  Ilya Gerasimchak of Wyoming was 3rd.

Christopher Stewart has been hired as the head football coach at Madeira. Stewart was the special teams coordinator and defensive backs coach at Anderson. Before that, he was the offensive coordinator for Wyoming where he helped guide an offense that set numerous records.  Stewart hold degrees from Miami University & Nova Southeastern University.  Welcome Coach Stewart to the CHL, or we should say welcome back! 

Our web year goes from August 1 to July 31. But this time of the year, we look back at the actual year of 2017 and list some of our highlights for the year.

This is the 12th year for the CHL website.  We have come a long way from our first year in which we had 161,000 "hits". December broke a monthly record.  This makes 19 months in a row that we have set a monthly web visit record.  Between January 1 and December 31, we have had almost 3,170,000 web visits!

In 2017, we had three state team titles and five individual state titles.  Lacrosse became a recognized state sport this past spring.  Our league dominated Division II.  Indian Hill girls and Mariemont boys won state championships.  In the fall, Indian Hill girls' soccer was #1 in the Division II state polls most of the season.  The Braves capped it off winning the state title.  At the swimming & diving championships in February, three league athletes took home Division II state titles.  Noah Vigran of Indian Hill won the 1 meter diving with a state record 534 points.  Isabelle Murray of Taylor won the 100 Butterfly.  Her prelim time of 54.37 is a state record.  Cora Dupre of Mariemont won the 200 Freestyle.  In the spring, two more state titles happened at the Division II state track & field championships.  Anna Podojil of Indian Hill won the 200 Dash.  It should be pointed out that Anna had two state championships in 2017.  She was on the Indian Hill soccer team.  Justin Dreyling won the state long jump in a dramatic fashion. His final jump of over 23' not only clinch the state championship but broke the school record.  Noah, Cora, Anna, & Justin will all be back to defend their state titles in 2018.

Indian Hill girls tennis won their 21st straight league title.  Reading wrestling won their 12th straight title.  Wyoming won their 8th straight league in volleyball.  Indian Hill girls' soccer won their 5th straight league title.  Finally, Indian Hill boys' tennis won their 30th overall league title, the most of any league sport.

Indian Hill won the All Sports Trophy for the 2016-2017 school year.  It is the first time that Wyoming did not win the trophy as the Braves edged the Cowboys by 5 points.  Numerous other district & regional titles were won by teams and individuals throughout the year.

Overall, another great year for the Cincinnati Hills League!  Thanks you for your support and lets hope that 2018 will be even better!

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