On a warm first day of fall, Wyoming boys' golf team won the Cincinnati Hills League Championship tourney, clinching the overall league title. For the Cowboys, it was their 4th CHL title in the last 5 years and their 11th overall in the CHL. Wyoming had a score of 315 for the 18 hole tourney at Glenview Golf Course. Mariemont was 2nd with a 328, one stroke better than 3rd place Indian Hill. That also gave the Warriors 2nd place overall in the league standings. Cooper Hausfeld of Wyoming was the medalist with a score of 72. Alex Major of Indian Hill was 2nd (76) & Dylan Stevens of Wyoming was 3rd with a 78. Besides Hausfeld & Stevens, the other members of the Cowboy team are Jack Fisher (81), Thomas Stickney (84), Zach Van Fossen (87), and Max Randman (88).
Team scores and individual results will be posted by Friday. Final league point totals are under the Final Standings link under Boys' Golf.
We have a new link under Boys' Golf. As many know, the golf champion for the CHL is determined by points, not the win-lost record. One point is awarded for each team you beat at the preseason tourney. Two points are awarded to each team you beat during the regular season. And finally, two points are awarded to each team you beat in the CHL Championships. The new link under boys' golf is Final Standings. You can check out where the teams stand on points. The final points to go on that link will come Thursday after the CHL Championships are finished.
Soccer & Volleyball are in the 2nd half of their seasons. Golf is the first to be in post season. Stat leaders are posted on the front page. Season stats can be found under each sport's links.
Red means league title has been decided.
Madeira (2-0, 4-1) & Wyoming (2-0, 5-0) are tied for 1st.
Stat Leaders: to be updated.....
Quarterback - Andrew Marty (Wyoming) 55-101, 939 yards, 8 touchdown passes 154.7 QB rating
Rushing - Greg Corn (Madeira) 769 yards
Receiving - Catches Adam Wieczorek (Madeira) 22, Yards Garyn Prater (Wyoming) 340
Scoring - Corn 92 points
Kicking - Gunnar Nixon (Mariemont) 18, Sergio Listo (Wyoming) 18
Tackles - David Scheurer (Taylor) 41
Sacks - Eli Cupp (Wyoming) 7
Interceptions - Alex Wachendorf (Reading) 6
The SID Game of the Week will be Mariemont at Wyoming. The Warrirors are coming off of a lost to Indian Hill and cannot lose their 2nd league game of the season. Wyoming will be trying to keep perfect on the season.
Wyoming is 8-0 in the league & 11-3 overall. They have won 10 of their last 11 games. The Cowboys also have won 92 straight league matches dating back to 2009. Taylor is 7-1 in the league & 10-4 overall. Reading is in 3rd (6-2, 10-3). Indian Hill is 9-5 overall. Some results from the past week....
Reading over Indian Hill 3 sets, Wyoming over Indian Hill 3 sets, Wyoming over Sycamore 3 sets, Taylor over Mariemont 3 sets.
Kills - Kathy Ning (Indian Hill) 162, Jenna Pike (Reading) 158
Assists - Mia Kraft (Wyoming) 389
Digs - Teensy Zang (Indian Hill) 277
Blocks - Emma Fortman (Madeira) 5
Serving Aces - Kayla Feld (Reading) 39, Jenna Shepherd (Deer Park) 38, Haley Henry (Indian Hill) 37
There are 15 matches this week. Ten league will be on Monday, Tuesday & Thursday. A big league match will be Tuesday. Wyoming will be at Taylor. The Cowboys won the first meeting earlier this season.
Madeira (3-0-1, 7-1-2) & Mariemont (3-0-1, 5-3-3) are tied for 1st. Finneytown is 5-1-3 overall. Some results from the past week...
Indian Hill 4 Finneytown 2, Wyoming 4 Waynesville 1, Deer Park 9 Mt. Healthy 0, Mariemont 5 Oakwood 0, Madeira 3 Wyoming 1
Points - Jesse Cobbs (Finneytown) 52
Goals - Cobbs 24
Assists - Duncan Maier (Madeira) 13
Shut Outs - Jake Blackburn (Deer Park) 4, Ethan Wayman (Wyoming) 3
There are 12 games this week. Four league games will be on Tuesday. A big league game will be Indian Hill at Madeira.
Madeira is 3-0-1 in the league & 7-2-2 overall. Wyoming (2-0-2, 7-0-3) & Mariemont (2-0-2, 6-1-2) are tied for 2nd. Indian Hill & Taylor are 6-3-1 overall and Reading is 6-5-0. Some results from the past week...
Points - Hannah Nelson (Reading) 35, Anna Podojil (Indian Hill) 33
Goals - Nelson 17
Assists - Abby Woodcock (Reading) 10
Shut Outs - Lauren Metz (Wyoming) 6, Sydney Nicholson (Mariemont) 6
There are 11 games this week, 4 of them league on Wednesday. Two big league games will be Madeira at Indian Hill & Mariemont at Reading.
Wyoming won the league title for the 2nd year in a row and the 4th out of the last 5. See related story.
Stat Leaders in Nine Hole average: to be updated...
1. Cooper Hausfeld (Wyoming) 36.15
2. Dylan Stevens (Wyoming) 37.90
Alex Major (Indian Hill) 37.90
4. Garrett Innis (Indian Hill) 41.60
5. Max Hobart (Mariemont) 42.14
6. Henry Lewis (Mariemont) 42.18
The last 4 non-league matches of the regular season will be played in the first part of the week. Thursday will be the Division II Sectional tourney at Sharon Woods. More on that on Wednesday.
Indian Hill is 6-0 in the league & 11-1 overall. The Braves have won outright their 20th league title in a row. Wyoming (4-1, 10-6) is 2nd. Madeira (3-2, 9-3) is 3rd. Mariemont is 14-3 overall. Some results from this past week...
Indian Hill 5 Deer Park 0 (clinched outright title), Wyoming 4 Mariemont1, Madeira 4 Taylor 1, Taylor 4 Deer Park 1, Mariemont 4 Anderson 1, Indian Hill 4 Olentangy Liberty 1.
Stat Leaders (wins): to be updated....
Singles - AnnaClarie Lackney (Mariemont) 12-2, Grace Haffner (Mariemont) 12-3, Yaitova Spiegel (Mariemont) 11-2, Morgan Coburn (Indian Hill) 7-0, Kaitie Fellinger (Taylor) 7-1, Gracey Hirsch (Indian Hill) 7-1, Megan Wu (Madeira) 7-3
Doubles - Annie Boster & Ellen Boster (Wyoming) 10-3, Janie Bortz & Emma Warple (Mariemont) 9-1, Lindsay Sasson & Eleanor Stall (Wyoming) 8-4
There are 22 matches this week including the last 4 league matches. Next week will be the sectional tournament.
BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY
Stat Leaders (Best 5 Kilometer Time): to be updated...
1. Joe Murdock (Indian Hill) 16.47
2. Ben Bayless (Indian Hill) 17.06
3. Drew Goheen (Mariemont) 17/09
4. Patrick Giroux (Indian Hill) 17:27
5. Chet Dobson (Madeira) 17:30
GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY
Stat Leaders (Best 5 Kilometer Time): to be updated...
1. Whitley Elsass (Wyoming) 19:33
2. Riley Bahr (Wyoming) 19:49
3. Tiffany Chen (Wyoming) 19:49.1
4. Erin Kelly (Mariemont) 20:22
5. Lily Parker (Wyoming) 20:41.9
CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE
Tuesday, Mariemont & Taylor will be at the Kings Invitational. On Saturday, Madeira, Mariemont, & Taylor will be at the St. Xavier Invitational, one of the largest in Southwest Ohio. Also Saturday, Wyoming will be at the Kettering Fairmont Firebird Invitational
The Cincinnati Hills League has 16 new head coaches for the fall season. The only fall sports that does have new faces is boys' soccer. Here is the list by sport:
Football - Eric Taylor (Deer Park), Rob Page (Reading)
Volleyball - Lauren Olson (Deer Park)
Girls' Soccer - Danielle Dabbs (Taylor)
Girls' Tennis - Karen Dougherty (Madeira), Andy Zureick (Taylor), Tony Brock (Wyoming)
Boys' Golf - Aaron Hermarsen (Indian Hill), Dan Marsh (Madeira), Chris Barnes (Mariemont)
Cross Country - Eric Ihlendorf (Deer Park), Josh Dooley (Madeira), Natalie Dragovich (Mariemont), Diane Fisher (Reading)... note about Natalie. She is not new to head cross country in the CHL. She has changed fro the head coach at Madeira to the boys' coach at Mariemont.
Field Hockey - Tara Rose (Indian Hill)
Girls' Golf - Dan Hartung (Madeira) Madeira is stating the first ever girls' golf season this year.
Good luck to all of the new coaches and hope you have a long tenure in the CHL!
Two schools in the league will have new athletic directors this coming school year.
Eric Taylor is the new AD at Deer Park but he is not new to the district. Taylor is a 1996 Deer Park graduate. Not only will he have the duties of athletic director, he will also be the head varsity football coach for the Wildcats. The last eight years, Taylor was the head football coach at CHCA. As a coach at CHCA, he received many honors including Ohio AP Coach of the Year (2013), MVC Coach of the Year twice, and Enquirer Coach of the Year 5 times. Taylor is not new to the CHL. Before coming to CHCA, he served as head football coach at Finneytown and spent six years as head wrestling coach at Finneytown & Indian. Taylor has a Bachelor of Arts in Education from Northern Kentucky University and a Masters in Sports Administration from Xavier. As the new Deer Park Athletic Director, Taylor will work with Dr. Stace Orso, Deer Park Junior/Senior High School principal, and the District Leadership Team to grow the athletic department, encourage more students to participate in sports, and to build relationships with parents and students at the elementary schools. "I'm very excited about the opportunity to come back to Deer Park as the athletic director and head football coach. As a Deer Park graduate, this community has always been a very special place to me. I'm eager to lead the Wildcat Athletic Department and be a part of building leaders in the school, on the field field/courts, and throughout the community," said Taylor. Taylor and his wife Leah, also a 1996 Deer Park grad, have two children Averi and Cael.
Like Deer Park, Reading also looked to the north for a new AD. Jon Payne will do double duty for the Blue Devils. Payne will be the athletic director and assistant principal at the high school. Payne comes to Reading from Bishop Fenwick High School where he has been the athletic director since 2013. This past school year, he also was the high school assistant principal. Payne has had 17 years of administrative experience. He was director of athletics at Fairborn, Chaminade Julienne, West Carrollton, & Monroe. Payne was also the Faculty Manager of Athletics in Middletown/Monroe schools. He also has taught physical education and has coaching experience in football, track & field, & basketball. Payne has had experience in managing Division I,II, III athletic tournaments. He has received numerous awards and honors from the Southwest Ohio Athletic Director's Association, including Athletic Administrator of the Year. Payne has a Bachelor of Science in Education from Miami of Ohio and a Master of Education from Xavier. He is also a Certified Master Athletic Administrator. According to Payne, "I am very excited to be at Reading. I have heard great things about the community and schools. It is a very exciting time to be a Blue Devil coming off of the successes of the athletic programs last year and the new building on the horizon."
Welcome Eric and Jon to the Cincinnati Hills League!