Scenes from first week of Winter Season


Winter Sports Are Here

Boys Basketball:  Last year Wyoming took the CHL crown.  The Cowboys went undefeated in league play with a 14-0 record.  Madeira finished as runner-up with a 12-2 league slate.

Girls Basketball:  Madeira won the 22-23 CHL title with a 12-2 record.  The Mariemont Warriors and Taylor Yellowjackets tied for second with an 11-3 record.

Wrestling:  On the mat the Madeira Mustangs won the league tournament and the CHL crown with a win over runner-up Reading.

Girls And Boys Swimming: On both sides the Braves from Indian Hill won the 1st place league meet trophy while Madeira finished second in the boys and girls meet.

Boys Bowling: Reading had an undefeated 10-0 league record and the championship.  The Deer Park Wildcats finished 8-2.

Girls Bowling:  The Reading Blue Devils also won the girls CHL title with an 8-0 league slate while Taylor was second at 6-2.

Principal's Spotlight #8

Michael Howton is in his second year as Principal of Reading Jr/Sr High School and in his 24th year as an educator.  Prior to Reading, Mr. Howton served as an educational consultant with the Hamilton ESC and Principal of Highlands Middle School in Fort Thomas, KY. Having a chance to step away from the Principalship role for a while only strengthened his desire and passion to return to the role as a building and instructional leader.

Mr. Howton earned his undergraduate degree from Northern Kentucky University and later his masters degree from the University of Cincinnati in Educational Leadership. While teaching political science and sociology at Campbell County High School in Kentucky, he served in a number of roles such as track and field coach, basketball coach, student council sponsor, and varied teacher leadership roles before transitioning to an assistant principal role.  

While serving as principal in varied districts, he's maintained a passion for learning and is dedicated to helping students reach their full potential.  Outside of school he loves spending time outdoors with his family and continuing to collaborate with fellow educators and professionals, helping kids prepare for their futures.

Wyoming Falls in Regional Finals

The Wyoming Cowboys Football team had a great season come to an end Friday night in Monroe.  The Cowboys fell to Kettering Alter 17-0 in a hard fought game. Alter moves on to the state semi-finals.  Wyoming ends the season  12-2.  All conference football teams will be posted Saturday!

Principal’s Spotlight #7

David Kennedy is in his 9th year as Principal of Madeira High School.  Dave joined Madeira Schools after 17 years of combined experience at Mt. Healthy City Schools and Finneytown Local Schools where he served as a teacher, coach, assistant principal, and principal at both the middle and high school level.  His extensive resume as an educator features over 20 years as a school building administrator.

"It is an honor and a privilege to serve the Madeira community. The staff, parents, and students are some of the most supportive, humble, and dedicated individuals I have ever met.  I am proud to have the opportunity to work in such a wonderful environment with amazing people."

Mr. Kennedy is dedicated in his pursuits to support student athletes and works tirelessly to ensure that all students have access to everything the CHL has to offer, both as competitors and spectators.

Mr. Kennedy earned his Bachelor of Science from Ohio University and Masters of Education from the University of Cincinnati.  He acquired his Superintendent's License from Ashland University.