This week, boys' golf will be the first to decide a fall league title. Another coach reached a milestone.  Stat leaders are posted. Complete stats can be found under each sport's link.

Wyoming is 4-0 overall.  Indian Hill, Mariemont, & Reading are each 3-1 overall.  All four teams won their first league game.

We dais the SID Game of the Week could be a high scoring one. it was for one team.  Madeira scored first against Indian Hill on a Ryan Lienart 24 yard field goal.  Their lead was short lived as the Braves scored the rest of the points for night winning 35-3.  Tennyson Holmes scored 3 touchdowns on runs of 5, 9, & 36 yards.  Holmes had a total of 121 yards rushing.  Trey Lopez had a 3 yard score.  Mykal Bright return an interception for a 48 yard score.  Quarterback Cole Dein was 15 for 25 passing for 210 yards. Luke Lundberg was 5 for 5 in PAT kicks.

Six different Cowboys scored touchdowns as Wyoming down Taylor 69-0.  Evan Prater was 8 for 9 passing for 183 yards and 4 TD passes.  Pierson Rogers had 2 scoring catches for 30 & 47 yards. Rogers also had TD runs of 1 & 55 yards.  Moe Mitchell also had 2 scoring catches (10 & 63 yards).  Joey Edmonds had a 42 yard interception return for a touchdown.  Three other Cowboys scored on rushing TDs.  Caleb Williams had a 4 yard score, Beau Thomas a 1 yard score, & Grant Goodgames a 15 yard score.  Sergio Listo remains perfect on PAT kicks with 8 more.

Mariemont beat Finneytown 44-7.  Two Warriors scored 3 touchdowns each.  Alex Vianello had scoring runs of 60, 1, & 5 yards. Vianello had 20 carries for 229 yards.  Daniel Cascella had TD runs of 15, 2, & 22 yards.  Cascella has had 8 touchdowns in two weeks.  Cameron Hollander had a 37 yard field goal.  Mariemont's defense finally gave up a score after 11 straight shut-out quarters.  Finneytown's Darrion Thomas scored on a 17 yard run.

Johnny Miller was 9 for 13 passing for 188 yards & 3 scores as Reading defeated Deer Park 38-6.  Gabe Van Skaik caught a 51 yard pass for a score.  Adryian Simmons had 7 yard TD pass and also scored on a 6 yard run.  Mancini Jackson caught a touchdown pass for 24 yards.  Jackson also had a 78 yard kickoff return for a score.  Sam Sofio had a 33 yard field goal and was 5 for 5 in PAT kicks.

Stat Leaders:
Passing - Cole Dein (Indian Hill) 72-124, 953 yards, 8 touchdowns
Rushing - Mark Manfredi (Madeira) 584 yards
Receptions - Adam Wieczorek (Madeira) 27
Receiving Yards - Wieczorek 325 yards
Scoring - Pierson Rogers (Wyoming) 68 points
Kick Scoring - Sergio Listo (Wyoming) 26, Luke Lundberg (Indian Hill) 24 (3 field goals)
Tackles - Matt Megois (Madeira) 48
Sacks - Tanner Cromer (Reading) 5.5
Interceptions - Justin Dreyling (Reading) 4

All games this week will be on Friday. The SID Game of the Week will be Reading at Indian Hill.  Each team is 3-1 and can score points.  The last time they met at Tomahawk Stadium was for the league title in the final regular season game in 2015.  That game is one of the classic all time football games in CHL history.  Indian Hill won 42-35 in 3 overtimes to secure the league championship.  Mariemont will be at Madeira, Deer Park at Taylor, & Wyoming at Finneytown.

Note- Reading home games will be at the Central Building, with the gym entrance off of Jefferson Avenue.
Wyoming is 6-0 in league play & 10-1 overall.  The Cowboys league win streak stands at 104 in a row.  Madeira is 5-1 in league & 9-3 overall.  Indian Hill is 9-2 overall and Taylor 9-3.
Some results from the past week-
Wyoming over New Richmond in 3 games, Taylor over Reading in 4 games, Deer Park over North College Hill in 3 games, Indian Hill over CHCA in 2 games, Madeira over Deer Park in 3 games.

Stat Leaders:
Kills - Bridget Lanham (Taylor) 125
Digs - Teensy Zang (Indian Hill) 212
Blocks - Hadley Goodin (Wyoming) 46
Serving Aces - Lexi Roberts (Deer Park) 40

There are 11 matches the rest of the  week.  Seven of those will be league matches.  Indian Hill is involved in two big league matches.  The Braves will be at Wyoming on Tuesday & at Madeira on Thursday.


Indian Hill & Taylor are 3-0-0 in the league.  Indian Hill is 8-0-0 overall & Taylor 6-2-1.  Madeira is 3-1-0 in league play & 6-4-0 overall.
Some results from the past week-
Indian Hill 4 Milford 2, Reading 5 Northwest 2, Taylor 4 Talawanda 0, Deer Park 9 Cincinnati Christian 0

Stat Leaders: 
Points - Anna Podojil (Indian Hill) 33
Goals - Podojil 14
Assists - Bailey Weaver (Deer Park) 11
Shut-Outs - Sydney Nicholson (Mariemont) 2.5

There are 8 games the rest of the week.  Three league games will be on Wednesday. A big league game will be Indian Hill at Taylor.

Mariemont & Wyoming have 2-0-1  league marks.  Wyoming is 5-1-4 overall & Mariemont 3-3-3.  Madeira is 2-1 in the league & 7-3-1 overall.
Some results from this past week-

Last Monday, Madeira beat Kings 4-1. It was Coach Tony Ripberger's 100th win!
Mariemont 2 Indian Hill1, Indian Hill 3 Fenwick 0, Wyoming 2 Little Miami 0.

Stat Leaders:
Points - Ryan Lienhart (Madeira) 28
Goals - Lienhart 13
Assists - Bennett Weiherer (Taylor) 10
Shut-Outs - Austin Snowden (Wyoming)  3

There are 12 games the rest of this week.  Three league games will be on Tuesday. A big one will be Madeira at Wyoming.


Our new link this year,girls' golf, is a non league sport.  Only three schools, Madeira, Taylor, & Wyoming have teams. The website will show won/lost records, schedules, & stats.
Wyoming is 12-5 overall.
Some results from the past week-
Wyoming 216 Badin 231
Taylor is edged by Ross 209-210

Stat Leaders (lowest nine hole averages)
1. Victory Lee (Wyoming) 40.20
2. Annabelle Walton (Wyoming) 47.20
3. Delany Day (Taylor) 49.0
4. Anna Sponaugle (Wyoming) 49.50
5. Emily Bick (Taylor) 50.00
6. Emily Lawless (Taylor) 52.0

There are 5 dual matches scheduled for this week.  Next week, sectional will take place.

Points determined the league champion. A team gets 1 point for each team you beat in the league preview and 2 points for each team you beat during regular season matches and at the league championships.

In the points standings, Wyoming has 14 , Indian Hill 11, Mariemont 6, Taylor 6
Some results from the past week-
Indian Hill 175 McNicholas 191
Ross edges Taylor 180-184

Stat Leaders (lowest nine hole averages)
1. Dylan Stevens (Wyoming)  36.86
2. Alex Major (Indian Hill) 38.00
3. Garrett Innis (indian Hill) 41.00
4. Jack Neville (Mariemont) 41.11
5. Henry Lewis (Mariemont) 41.71
6. Brandon Glacken (Taylor) 41.80

There are 3 dual matches left this week.  The CHL Championships will be played at the sectionals next week.

Indian Hill is 2-0 in league play & 7-3 overall.  Wyoming is 8-1 overall & Mariemont is 10-2
Some results from the past week_
Indian Hill 4 Mount Notre Dame 1
The Coaches Classic was held over two days at several locations.  Almost every tennis team in Southwest Ohio took part.  The teams were divided into flights.  Flight A was DI teams except for Indian Hill.  The Braves finished 5th of 8 teams.  Hayley Hirsch was runner up in 2nd Singles.  In Flight C, Mariemont was 6th.  Yaitova Spiegel was runner up in 1st Singles.  In Flight F, Madeira was 2nd.  Lucia Boadas Pena won 2nd Singles.

Stat Leaders (wins)
Singles - Avery Lindner (Mariemont) 9-3,  Spiegel Yaitova (Mariemont) 9-4, Emily Mayer 7-0, Melanie Weiss (Mariemont) 7-4, Kavya Iyer (Wyoming) 6-1, Peyton Osha (Wyoming) 6-2
Doubles - Ashley Grimmer/Logan Wilhelm (Mariemont) 8-2, Anya Kirsch/Lindsay Sasson (Wyoming) 7-2, Abby Falknor/Clarie Soller (Mariemont) 6-6

There are 13 matches this week. Three of them will be league matches.


At the Taylor Invitational , the host team won with 32 points.  Hannah Korte was 1st out 108 runners in 19:58.8.  Jessica LaKamp was 5th, Megan Fox 7th, Rachel Hardtke 9th, & Claire Forbes 10th.  Marimeont was 2nd with 46 points.  Marin Valentine was 2nd, Riley Dunne 3rd, & Kennedy McNeil 6th.  Indian Hill was 3rd with 61 points.  Emily Sheard was 4th & Amy Pruch 11th.  Abi Bickers was the top runner for Deer Park.  CHL runners dominated the race having 20 of the top 21 finishers on the same course the league championships will be run on. 
At the Eaton Invitational , Wyoming was 1st in the Division II race.  The Cowboys had a score of 34.  Riley Bahr was 2nd out of 88 runners.  Tiffany Chen was 3rd, Peggy Moore 5th, Lily Parker 9th, & Katy Vanatsky 15th. 
At the Milford Invitational, Mariemont tied with Mercy with 100 points each.  Mercy finished 2nd from their 6th runner finished.  Marin Valentine was 5th, Erin Kelly 6th, & Riley Dunne 7th.  Taylor finished 7th.  Hannah Korte was 3rd out of 123 runners.  Alexia Bonds was the top runner for Finneytown.
The Mason Invitational is one of the biggest in this area.  Wyoming ran in the Division II race and finished 8th.  Riley Bahr was the top runner. She finished 12th out 132 runners.  In Division II, Mariemont was 2nd 73 points.  Erin Kelly finished 3rd out of 134 runners.  Riley Dunne was 5th & Marin Valentine was 6th.  Indian Hill was 5th.  Emily Sheard was 8th overall. 
At the Winton Woods Invitational, Taylor was an easy winner.  The Yellowjackets scored 20 points.  Hannah Korte was 1st with a time of 22:06 on a very tough course.  Clare Forbes was 3rd, Lizzie Voss 4th, Rachel Hardtke 5th, Taylor Howard 7th, & Megan Fox 8th. 
At the Princeton Invitational, Deer Park was 7th.  Allison Miller was the top runner for the Wildcats.

Stat Leaders (5 Kilometers)

1. Riley Bahr (Wyoming) 19:36
2. Hannah Korte (Taylor) 19:58

3. Erin Kelly (Mariemont) 20:18
4. Tiffnay Chen (Wyoming) 20:23
5. Marin Valentine (Mariemont) 20:27

6. Riley Dunne (Mariemont) 20:28

The Taylor Invitational took place on the league championship course.  Last year at the CHL championships, Indian Hill won.  The Braves took off where they left off by winning the Taylor invite with 27 points.  Ben Bayless was 1st out of 126 runners in 16:37.8.  Nolan Hefferan was 3rd, John Giroux 4th, Tommy Tauer 8th, & Spencer Mangialardo 11th.  Taylor was 2nd with 67 points.  Nick Fox was 2nd, Nick Lake 5th, & Logan Workman 7th.  Mariemont was 4th with Jimmy Sauter (6th place) the top runner.  Nate Grant was the top runner for Reading.  Hayden Showalter was the top runner for Deer Park.
At the Eaton Invitational, Madeira was 3rd with 79 points in the Division II race.  Diego Arredondo was 6th out 102 runners.  Dylan Whitson was 9th & Joseph Kirby 10th.  Wyoming was 7th.  Jack Schwartz was 12th.
Mariemont was 7th at the Milford Invitational.  Nolan Buck was top runner (14th) for the Warriors.  Taylor was 8th.  Nick Fox was 2nd out of 135 runners & Nick Lake 8th.  Joel Steimle was the top runner for Finneytown.
The Mason Invitational is one of the biggest in this area. Indian Hill ran in the Division I race finishing 12th.  Ben Bayless was 6th place.  In Division II, Madeira was champion with 56 points, 34 less than 2nd place Oakwood.  Diego Arredondo was 4th out of 159 runners.  Chet Dobson was 10th, Joseph Kirby 13th, Dylan Whitson 16th, & David Grimm 17th.  Ethan Henry & Spenser Cox were the 6th & 7th runners for the Mustangs.  Wyoming was 5th with their top runner Jack Schwartz finishing 8th.  Mariemont was 7th with their top runner Nolan Buck coming in 15th. 
At the Winton Woods Invitational, Taylor & McNicholas had a tie score of 35 each.  The Rockets won with their 6th runner.  Nick Fox was 1st in a time of 18:05 on a tough course.  Nick Lake was 2nd & Logan Workman 5th. The 4th & 5th runners for the Yellowjackets were Robby Martini & Nolan Sayler.  Nathaniel Grant was the top runner for Reading. 
At the Princeton Invitational, Will Maley was the top runner for Deer Park.

Stat Leaders (5 Kilometers)

1. Ben Bayless (Indian Hill) 16:08
2. Nick Fox (Taylor) 16:23
3. Chase Grauel (Taylor) 16:37

4. John Giroux (Indian Hill) 16:41
5. Nolan Heffernan (Indian Hill) 16:43
6. Nick Lake (Taylor) 16:48.8

Tuesday, Taylor will be at the Hamilton Invitational at Forest Run Metro Park.  Thursday, Mariemont will be at the Kings Invitational at Landen Park.  Saturday, will have two invites.  Deer Park, Reading, & Taylor will be at the Seven Hills Invitational on the Seven Hills campus.  Finneytown, Indian Hill, Madeira, & Wyoming will travel up to Centerville High School for the Centerville Saturday Night Lights Invitational.  This is the oldest cross country invitational in Ohio under the lights.  The first first of many races will start at 5:15.

Twenty four members of Indian Hill's cross country team will have the ultimate running experience.  They will be competing in the 21st annual Disney Classic.  The race will be held at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex on Disney World property in Florida.  As of this posting , over 100 high school cross country teams from throughout the country will be at the event.  Two other high schools from Ohio are listed to go: Beavercreek & Sandusky St. Mary Central Catholic.  Several middle schools and colleges will also be there.  Coach Sue Savage organized the trip.  The Braves went to the meet in 2006 and had a wonderful time.  According to Coach Savage, the team will depart on Delta Airlines on Thursday, October 5.  They will be staying at Disney's Pop Century resort.  The Braves will compete on Friday, October 6.  The girls will run at 3:30 in the Pocahantas Division.  The boys will run at 4:20 in the Peter Pan Division.  Saturday and Sunday, all will enjoy the Disney parks and will return to Cincinnati Sunday evening.

After that trip, Indian Hill cross country has another trip planned.  This one does not involve a race.  For the 11th year in a row, the team will travel to Fort Knox, Kentucky on Monday, October 16 to Van Voorhis  Elementary School on the military base.  They will deliver supplies and spend the day with three first grade classes.  Many of the first graders have a parent deployed.  It is a team community project.  The reason the school is chosen is because one of the first grade teachers was a roommate and teammate of Coach Savage at West Virginia University.

Safe travels and good luck to the Braves on their road trips.

As you by now, the CHL website has a link this year for girls golf. You can check out schedules, results, & stats.  Wyoming is the best of the three teams from the league schools. As a matter of fact, the Cowboys are one of the best Division II teams in the city.  In the latest city poll, they are 2nd.  There record is 8-2 so far.  Wyoming placed 3rd out of 8 in an early season tournament.  They added to that several dual wins.  Sophomore Victory Lee leads the way.  She has a 40.5 nine hole average so far, good enough to be in the top six individuals in the city.  Sophomore Annabelle Walton has a 47.5 average, six strokes better than last year.  Anna Sponaugle has a 50.8 average.  The senior has played all fours years for the Cowboys and was on district qualifying team last season.  Senior Abby McMonigal is the team captain.  She has a 53 average and has also played all four years.  Junior Kayla Roeske is in her first year of varsity and has one of the best short games on the team.  Rounding out the Cowboys golfers are juniors Allison Cooley & Greta Warmbier, both first year players.  According to coach Terry Sheehan "The team is ready for a strong finish to the season and plans to improve upon last years 3rd place sectional finish."

Here are the Enquirer Coach's Polls. CHL teams are 1st in five polls.
Division IV - 1. Wyoming 3. Indian Hill
Division V - 2. Mariemont 3. Reading 4. Madeira
Division VI-VII - 6. Deer Park
Division II - 2. Wyoming 4. Indian Hill
Division III - 2. Madeira 3. Mariemont 6. Finneytown 7. Reading 9. Deer Park
Division II - 1. Indian Hill 3. Mariemont
Division III - 2. Madeira 5. Deer Park
Division II - T2. Wyoming 7. Indian Hill 10. Taylor
Division III-IV - 5. Reading 9. Mariemont
Division II-III - 2. Wyoming 5. Indian Hill 8. Mariemont
Division II - 2. Wyoming T10. Madeira
Division II-III - 1. Indian Hill 2. Madeira 5. Taylor T6. Wyoming 9. Mariemont
Division II-III - 1. Mariemont 2. Indian Hill 6. Wyoming T8. Taylor
Division II - 1. Indian Hill 3. Wyoming T4. Mariemont T8. Madeira

The Harbin rankings for football will not be out until next week.  Joe Eitel tracks the football teams and is very accurate. The top 8 from each region make the playoffs.
Division 4 Region 16 - 7. Wyoming 8. Indian Hill
Division 5 Region 20 - 4. Reading 6. Madeira
Division II - 12. Mariemont    Division III - 13. Madeira
Division II - 11. Wyoming    Division III - 11. Madeira
Division II - 6. Indian Hill

The annual CHL Golf Preview was held Thursday at Glenview Golf Course.  The golfers played 18 holes on a warm but sunny day.  Most schools had 6 golfers, The top four players score for each team.  Wyoming won with a score of 318.  Five stokes separated the the three teams;  Indian Hill was 2nd (321) & Mariemont 3rd (323).  Madeira was 4th, Finneytown 5th, Reading 6th, & Taylor 7th.  Dylan Stevens of Wyoming was medalist with a 2 over par 74.  Other top placers were:
2nd - Alex Major (Indian Hill) 76, Tied 3rd - Jack Neville (Mariemont) & Henry Lewis (Mariemont) 77, 5th - Trey Skidmore (Indian Hill) 78, 6th - Max Hobart (Mariemont) 79, Tied 7th - Garrett Innis (Indian Hill) & Thomas Stickney (Wyoming) 80, 9th - Sam Randman (Wyoming) 81, 10th - Jeffery Bonner (Wyoming) 83.

The preview is part of the points system that determines the league champion.  Each team that you beat, you get one points.  Complete team & individual results are posted on the boys' golf link along with the points total.

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