Now that all teams are in post season, we have several active stories on the web front page.  You can only view five at a time, but there are others under those stories that you can click on.  Active stories now:
Lacrosse Regional
District/Regional Track & Field
Tennis State
League Track & Field Championships
Baseball/Softball District
Final Spring Weekly Update
Final City Poll

As the stories are updated, they will switch places.

Five boys' tennis players from Indian Hill & Wyoming will be making the trip to the Division II State Championships.

In singles play,
Andrew Pregel of Indian Hill won his three district matches to advance to the finals.  Pregel ended up runner-up losing to Nicholas Williams of Seven Hills in the finals 6-3, 4-6, 6-2.

In doubles matches, George Arenas & Kyle Demers of Wyoming won their two district matches before losing Cincinnati Country Day 6-3, 6-4 in the semi-finals. Arenas/Demers beat Miami Valley School 6-2, 6-2 to finished 3rd.  Milan Bhandari & Christiano Lima  of Indian Hill won three matches including a semi-final win over Miami Valley School 6-3, 6-4. Bhandari/Lima won the district championship 6-4, 3-6, 7-6 over Cincinnati Country Day.

The five players won't have far to travel.  The Division II State Championships will be held being held in Mason at the Lindner Family ATP Tennis Center.  The championships will be on Friday & Saturday with play starting at 9:00 am each day.

Division III first day of regionals was on Wednesday at Troy.  Division II first day of regionals was Thursday at Piqua.
In the regional meets, the top eight are on the podium for medals.  The top four go to the state meet.

In Division III, no league athletes made it to the finals or to state in field events.  Evan Schramm of Deer Park just missed getting into the 400 dash finals.  He ran a 52.19.  The final spot was 52.02.

In Division, several athletes made the finals for Saturday.  Two athletes qualified for state.  Justin Dreyling of Reading was regional champ in long jump for the second year in a row.  The junior had a winning jump of 22'6.  Mykal Bright of Indian Hill finished 4th with a season best 21'11.75.  Two boys' 4 x 800 Relay teams had podium finishes.  Indian Hill was 5th in 8:23.75.  Members were Ben Bayless, Johnny Giroux, Patrick Giroux, & Devin Heffernan.  Taylor finished 6th with a time of 8:24.21.  Members were Brad Greene, Jacob Picklesimer, Nic Triplett, & Logan Workman.  Wyoming girls' 4 x 800 Relay team was 6th place with a time of 10:00.95.  Members were Whitley Elsass, Tiffany Chen, Riley Bahr, & Katy Vanatsky.  Kylee Draughn of Taylor was 8th in the Shot Put with a best effort of 35'5.5

Finals for Division III will be Friday at 5:00.  Finals for Division II will be Saturday at 11:00.

This year, lacrosse became an official state sanctioned event.  Now the teams will be starting  their first ever OHSAA state championship tournament. The four league teams that have varsity lacrosse are Indian Hill, Madeira, Mariemont, & Wyoming.  All teams are Division II and play in Region 8.  The tournament will be regional games, state semi-final & final games. 

Division II lacrosse is down to 16 teams left playing in the state in girls and boys.  Four of those teams are from the CHL and the league is guaranteed one girls' and one boys' team in the state final four.

In the Region 8 girls' championship, Indian Hill and Mariemont will meet at Kings High School Saturday at 10:00 am.  Mariemont defeated Wyoming in the regional semi-final 18-6 in a game that was postponed till Thursday. The winner will go onto the final four next week.

In the Region 8 boys' championship, Same two schools will be meeting for the final four berth.  Indian Hill & Mariemont will meet at Kings High School Saturday at 1:00.

The baseball & softball seasons ended for CHL teams Saturday. Four of them ending up district runner-ups.

Reading was the last league softball playing.  The Blue Devils lost to West Liberty Salem 16-2 in the Division III District final.

Division II Baseball
Indian Hill lost to Ross in the district final 13-6.  Taylor & Chaminade-Julienne had to go to extra innings before the Eagles edged the Yellowjackets 2-0 in the district final.

Division III Baseball
Madeira & Carlisle had a pitcher's dual but the Mustangs came out on the short side 2-0 in the district final.

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