Weekly Report #2

All American

Taylor’s Mehgan Werbrich was named an All-American in Girls Wrestling this week!  Congratulations Mehgan.


The Southwest Ohio Baseball Polls were released this week.  Indian Hill is ranked #3 and Wyoming #4, and Reading #9 in Division II.  In the Division III/IV Poll Madeira is tied for the #2 ranking.

Wyoming is now 6-0 and Indian Hill is 5-3, defeating big school St. X Friday.  Madeira is 3-2. Wyoming is 2-0 in CHL play.  If we can get some good weather next week CHL play will continue.


Taylor stands at 3-0 in CHL play and 7-2 overall.  Indian Hill is also 3-1 on the season.  Deer Park stands at 4-4 and Wyoming is 2-2.

Boys Track:

The Indian Hill Relays were held this past week.  Indian Hill finished 1st and took home the championship trophy.  Reading finished 9th, Mariemont, 11th, Deer Park 12th and Madeira 14th.

Girls Track:

Also at the Indian Hill Relays, five CHL teams competed.  Indian Hill finished a strong 3rd place.  Mariemont was 6th, Reading 11th, Madeira 12th, and Deer Park 13th.

Deer Park will host ‘The Run in The Park’ on Tuesday this week for both boys and girls track!

Girls Lacrosse:

Indian Hill and Mariemont have both started the season strong.  Indian Hill is 5-1 on the season and Mariemont 4-2.  They played each other this week and in a highly contested game they tied 12-12.  Indian Hill is at Mason Saturday and Mariemont traveled to Columbus for two games Friday and Saturday.

Boys Volleyball:

Taylor is the lone CHL team with a Boys Volleyball program.  So far this season they stand at 6-5.  They defeated big school Mason in 3 games this week.

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Softball:   Taylor's Cam Linneman, a UD recruit, pitched a perfect game this week.  She had 14 strikeouts vs. Deer Park.  She also pitched a 1 hit shutout, with 12 K's, vs. Ursuline Academy earlier in the season.  Congratulations Cam!

On the season Taylor stands at 5-2 while Deer Park is 4-2.  Indian Hill has only played 2 games but both are CHL tilts and they are 2-0 early in the spring.

Baseball:  Indian Hill's Nick Rinala pitched a No Hitter vs. Mariemont this week.  It was the Braves first CHL contest this spring. He also opened the season with a 1 hitter vs. a team from Illinois.  The Braves stand at 2-0 in CHL play.  Wyoming is currently undefeated at 4-0 but have not played a CHL game thus far this spring.

Girls Lacrosse:  Indian Hill stands at 5-0, off to a great start for the season.  Mariemont comes in at 3-1.

Boys Tennis:  The Southwest Ohio Tennis rankings came out this week and in Division II Indian Hill is ranked No. 1 in SW Ohio.  Wyoming's squad comes in at No. 5.

Girls Track:  Taylor's 4 X 100 relay team set a school record with a time of 53.09.  Lindsey Bauer, Maura Taylor, Audrey Dailey, and Olivia Jackson set the record.  They had never run this race together before and set the school record their first time together as a relay team.

Spring Sports Preview

Spring Sports crank up their new season this week.  Here is a preview and wrap up from the 2023 season.


in 2023 Indian Hill finished 14-0 in CHL play and the league title.  Reading was runner-up at 11-3.  In the SW Ohio pre-season poll Indian Hill is 3rd, Reading 7th and Wyoming 9th in DII.  In DIII Mariemont is ranked 3rd and Madeira 4th.  Madeira has the most Baseball championships in CHL history with eleven (11).  Reading has eight (8) and Wyoming seven (7).


Taylor took home the trophy last year with an undefeated 14-0 CHL campaign.  Both Wyoming and Reading finished 11-3.  Taylor has won six titles in a row and has the most CHL softball titles with twelve (12).  Deer Park and Reading both have captured ten (10).

Boys Tennis:

Indian Hill won the crown last year with a 5-0 record while Mariemont finished 4-1 in CHL matches.  Indian Hill has been dominant in this spring sport winning the last eight years in a row and has won a staggering thirty-five (35) titles in thirty nine seasons since the CHL formed in 1985.

Boys Track:

In the CHL meet last year Indian Hill took home the track championship trophy.  Taylor finished as runner-up and Wyoming was third.  The Braves have captured three out of the last five CHL league meet titles.  Over the history of the league Wyoming has the most Boys Track league championships with eighteen.

Girls Track:

Madeira was CHL champion at the girls league meet last year.  The Taylor Yellowjackets finished 2nd and Wyoming wound up in 3rd.  It was Madeira’s first title since 1998.  Wyoming has the most CHL titles with twelve (12) while Indian Hill has eleven (11).

Boys Lacrosse:

With only four schools competing there is no league championship awarded in Lacrosse. Last year Mariemont had the best overall record at 13-4.

Girls Lacrosse:

Same with Girls Lax, no league titles awarded, but last year saw two teams with outstanding records.  Indian Hill had a 17-3 record while Mariemont was 15-6.

Regional Boys Basketball

Wyoming’s run to a state title came to an end in the Regional Finals Saturday night.  They lost to a red hot Alter squad.  Alter hit 14 three pointers in the game, six coming in the first quarter.  Wyoming finished 23-4 on the season, CHL Champs, District  Champs and Regional Runner-Up.   All five starters and first three off the bench are underclassmen.  They hope to go even farther next year!

Wyoming advanced to the regional finals with a 50-38 win over Hamilton Badin.  Kellen Wiley led the Cowboys, 23-3 on the season, with 17 points while fellow teammate Devin Evans added 16.   The young squad starts four sophomores and one junior.

They will play this Saturday vs. Kettering Alter at 7pm at Vandalia Butler High School.  A win Saturday puts Wyoming in the final four in the state in Division II.  The State Semi Finals would be played next week at UD Arena.

Mariemont Boys were defeated this week in the Regionals Semis.  A strong Versailles squad will be moving on in the tournament.  The Warriors were led by Charlie Tully with 14 points.  Mariemont ended up 19-7 and District Champs.  

Two CHL Volunteers win OHSAA Awards

Indian Hill Chain Gang Volunteer Honored

Congratulations to Jim Martin for being awarded the Dale E. Creamer Friends of Athletics Award.  Jim has been a dependable volunteer on the "chain gang" for Indian Hill varsity football, his alma mater since 1985.  Having played on Indian Hill football teams for six years, volunteering is one way to thank the school and to help current students realize the same enjoyment and positive experiences the he did.

Over the last 38+ years, Jim has gladly filled whatever position that was needed, missing no more than a handful of games in all those years.  His personality and camaraderie are greatly appreciated and enjoyed by his fellow "chain gangsters"!

Wyoming Announcer and Scorekeeper Honored

Congratulations to Wyoming Announcer and Scorekeeper, Jeff King, on his Dale E. Creamer Friends of Athletics Award and the Southwest District Athletic Board Media Service Award!!!  Jeff was given these awards at a Ceremony at Xavier’s Cintas Center today!

Jeff has been announcing Wyoming High School athletic events in Football, Volleyball, Boys and Girls Soccer, Boys and Girls Basketball, and Boys and Girls Lacrosse for 38 years.  “The Voice Of Wyoming Athletics”- Jeff King