Weekly Update

Football scores this week are listed below.  Wyoming won the league and has won or shared the CHL title for the sixth straight year.  Wyoming has now won 57 consecutive regular season games, the longest streak in the State of Ohio.  Their last loss came to Reading in the ninth game of 2015.  Reading won their last game of the regular season over Indian Hill to finish in a tie for 2nd place in the CHL with Indian Hill.

Wyoming 38- Madeira 7:           Deer Park 34-Finneytown 0

Reading 12-Indian Hill 8:           Mariemont 16- Taylor 14

Seven of the eight CHL teams qualified for the State Playoffs which begin this coming Friday.  Pairings will be announced soon and we will post when we get the information from the OHSAA!

Girls State Tennis Tournament

Congratulations to all four representatives from Indian Hill.   Brooke Arlington and Caroline Brown both won their first match then lost in the quarterfinals of the State Division II singles bracket.  Sisters Lexi and Cassie Larsen also won their first doubles match and then were  defeated in the next match at the State Tournament.  Great season girls!

Boys and Girls Cross Cointry District Meet

The CHL dominated at districts on Saturday.  Many teams and individuals qualified for the next step, regionals, next weekend.

in the Division II Girls meet Wyoming won one District while Mariemont won the other District.  Two champions from the CHL.  There was also a third champion as Madeira won the Division III meet.  That makes three District Champions.  Taylor was District Runner Up in one of the Div II meets and Indian Hill finished third.  Taylor also qualified as a team for the Regionals.

Emma Bergman, from Wyoming,  finished second individually in the DII-A race, while teammate Meredith Guest finished fourth. Jessica Sanders, from Finneytown, qualified as an individual by finishing 5th. In the DII-B race Hayden Withers, from Indian Hill, was individual district champ. Three Mariemont runners finished 3-4-5.  Grace Mavridoglou, Caroline Buck and Jess Beeler were the top 3 runners for Mariemont.  Monica Dart led Taylor by finishing sixth.  Madeira was led by 5th place finisher Annie Meyer.  Madeira finished 5-6-7-9-10 as a team.

On the Boys side Mariemont, Indian Hill and Wyoming finished 1-2-3 in the DII-A race. Madeira runners were District Runner Up in the DII-B race.  All four teams qualify for next weekends Regional Meet.

Sam Beeler, Mariemont, was District Champion.  Ben Fahnestock and Bennett Turan finished 2-3 for Mariemont.  Johnny Powers, from Reading, finished fourth and qualified as an individual for next weekend. In the DIIB race Madeira’s Jacob Gaffney finished 3rd.

Volleyball Sectional Tournament

Finneytown, Wyoming and Indian Hill all were victorious in their first round games and will move forward on the brackets,

Boys and Girls Soccer Sectional Tournaments

On the Boys side, Mariemont, Madeira, Wyoming and Indian Hill all won and moved on for this weeks tournament contests.

For the Girls, five CHL teams won and moved on:  Reading, Madeira, Wyoming, Mariemont and Indian Hill.

Tournament Play Begins This Week

Weekly Update


All Sports Trophy results are updated for every sport in the fall except Football.  Check it out!

Boys Golf

The State Tournament was held this weekend.  Madeira and Wyoming both qualified their teams to the State Tourney.  Madeira, led by Brandon Connor (12) finished 4th in the State.  Brandon finished tied for 3rd overall. Congratulations to Brandon and the Madeira team.  Wyoming's team finished 5th in the State.  They were led by Finley Bartlett (9) who finished 10th overall in the State.  Jack Webb (9) finished 26th in the state.

Girls Tennis

The qualifiers from the sectional tournament competed in the district championship this past week.  Brooke Arington (10) from Indian Hill finished 3rd in the district singles championships, while Caroline Brown finished 4th. Lexi Larsen (10) and Cassie Larsen (9), from Indian Hill, finished runner up in the district doubles championships.  All four of the girls now qualify for the state meet  to be held October 22 and 23 at the Lindner Family Tennis Center in Mason.

Boys and Girls Cross Country

The CHL meet was held Saturday and CHL Champions were determined.  In the girls race Madeira won the CHL for the first time since 1999.  In the boys race Mariemont won the title, now in back to back years. 

For the girls Hayden Withers (12) of Indian Hill was the Runner of the Year as she won the CHL race in a time of 20:19.  Coach of the Year was Josh Dooley from Madeira.  On the boys side Sam Beeler (12) from Mariemont won the race in 16:41 and was named Runner of the Year.  His coach, Natalie Dragovich, was named Coach of the Year.

The results and all conference teams are listed on this CHL website!

Boys Soccer

Madeira won the CHL title in exciting fashion this week with a tie vs. Wyoming in a match that would decide the championship.  The Mustangs finished 6-0-1 in league plays while Wyoming was 5-1-1 and Indian Hill was 5-1-1. Now the teams move forward with tournament play this coming week.

Girls Soccer

Mariemont won the CHL this week with two wins to end up 6-1 in league play.  Taylor was 5-1-1 and Wyoming finished 5-2.  Sectional Tournament games begin this week.


Wyoming clinched their 12th CHL championship in a row with a 14-0 record for league play.  Taylor finished second at 12-2.  All CHL teams now move forward in sectional tournaments this week.


Here are the scores from Friday night in CHL league play.  One week left of the regular season and then the state playoffs begin.  16 Teams from each region qualify this year.

Wyoming can clinch the CHL championships with a win this week against Madeira at home.  Scores from Friday night are listed below.  All stats for the season can be seen on the website dropdown under Football.

Wyoming 49 at Finneytown  0

Reading 35 at Mariemont 14

Indian Hill 48 at Deer Park 36

Madeira 0  at Taylor  27

Why Do I want my kid to play sports?


"One of my friends asked "Why do you pay so much money for your kid to play sports”? Well I have a confession to make; I don't pay for my kid to do sports. Personally, I couldn't care less about what sport they do.

So, if I am not paying for sports what am I paying for?

- I pay for those moments when my kid becomes so tired they want to quit but don't.

- I pay for those days when my kid comes home from school and is "too tired" to go to their training but they go anyway.

- I pay for my kid to learn to be disciplined, focused and dedicated.

- I pay for my kid to learn to take care of her body and equipment.

- I pay for my kid to learn to work with others and to be a good teammate, gracious in defeat, and humble in success.

- I pay for my kid to learn to deal with disappointment when she doesn’t get that win or championship she’d hoped for, but still she goes back week after week giving it her best shot.

- I pay for my kid to learn to make and accomplish goals.

- I pay for my kid to respect, not only themselves, but other players, officials, and coaches.

- I pay for my kid to learn that it takes hours and hours, years and years of hard work and practice to create a champion and that success does not happen overnight.

- I pay for my kid to be proud of small achievements, and to work towards long term goals.

- I pay for the opportunity my kid has and will have to make life-long friendships, create lifelong memories, to be as proud of her achievements as I am.

- I pay so that my kid can be out on the court instead of in front of a screen...

...I could go on but, to be short, I don't pay for sports; I pay for the opportunities that sports provides my kid with to develop attributes that will serve her well throughout her life and give her the opportunity to bless the lives of others. From what I have seen so far I think it is a great investment!"


Weekly Update 10/10 -10/16

Stats can be found by clicking on individual sports dropdown!

Girls Tennis (All CHL Girls Tennis Team is now listed on the Girls Tennis site)

Sydney Evans from Wyoming finished 4th at the ATP sectionals in the singles bracket.  Brooke Arington won the singles bracket at the Mason sectionals. Brooke is from Indian Hill.  Caroline Brown from IH finished runner up and Hannah Pollack (IH) finished 4th.

At Mason sectionals Lucy Neville and Caroline Soller from Mariemont finished 4th in the doubles competition.  Ella Malifa and Kate Taylor, also from Mariemont, finished 3rd.  Two teams from Indian Hill took the top two spots.  2nd place went to Sarika Singh and Elsa Zhou and sectional champions were Lexi Larsen and Cassie Larsen.

The District Tournament will be this week, October 14 and 16 at the ATP Lindner Family Tennis Center.

Boys Golf

Taylor's Danny Austing will participate in the district DI tournament on Thursday, Oct. 14 at Beavercreek Golf Course.

Madeira and Wyoming both qualified as a team for the DII State tournament this weekend, 10/15 and 10/16 at Northstar Golf Club, in Sunbury, Ohio.

Madeira State Team                 Wyoming State Team

Brandon Conner                       Finley Bartlett

Eddie Hartung                          Clay Van Fossen

Luke Isgrig                                Connor Madden

Grant Rindels                            Sam Judge

Tanner Temar                            Jack Webb

Girls Cross Country (CHL League Meet is this Saturday, Oct. 16 at Mason)

Top five times this season in the CHL

1.  Elizabeth Whaley IH   18:04

2.  Hayden Withers  IH    19:11

3.  Emma Bergman WYO 19:48

4.  Meredith Guest WYO  19:52

5.  Monica Dart  TAY        19:53

Boys Cross Country (CHL League Meet is this Saturday, Oct. 16 at Mason)

Top five times this season in the CHL

1.  Sam Beeler   MAR      16:23

2.  Jacob Gaffney  MAD  16:30

3.  Nico Arraje  WYO       16:44

4.  RJ Poffenberger  IH   16:47

5.  Jonah Waltz   IH         16:52

Girls Soccer

This is the final week of the league schedule.  Taylor currently leads at 5-0-1 (9-4-1 overall)  Mariemont is 4-1 (8-3-2) and Wyoming and Madeira are both 4-2.

Wednesday Oct. 13 Wyoming is at Madeira, while Taylor is at Mariemont.  Taylor clinches the CHL title with a win or tie.  Mariemont can win the trophy with a win Wednesday at home plus a win vs. Reading on Saturday 10/16 at Mariemont at Noon.

Boys Soccer

This is also the final week of the CHL.  Madeira is 6-0 while Wyoming is 5-1 and Indian Hill is 4-1-1.  Madeira travels to Wyoming Tuesday Oct. 12 at 7pm.  This match will determine the CHL Championship.


This week is also the last week of league play.  Final two matches will be on Tuesday 10/12 and Thursday 10/14.  Wyoming is 12-0 and hosts Finneytown Tuesday and travels to Madeira on Thursday.  A win in either match clinches the CHL Trophy.  If Wyoming wins the championship this year it will be their 12th straight CHL Championship.


There are two more Friday Night Lights in CHL League play.

Last Friday Wyoming defeated Mariemont 40-9.  They have now won 55 straight regular season games.  They can clinch at least a tie for the CHL title with a win this Friday at Finneytown.  Mariemont is 3-2 in the CHL and 6-2 overall.  The Warriors host Reading Friday.

Deer Park won a shoot out at Madeira last Friday 56-42.  The lead changed hands several times in this hard fought game.  Deer Park won its second game of the season while Madeira evened their record at 4-4.  Jayce Parsons, Quarterback for Deer Park ran for 187 yards and 3 touchdowns in the game.

Taylor (3-2 CHL) (4-4 overall) won a very close game against Reading Friday 20-14.

Indian Hill beat the Finneytown Wildcats 68-6.  The Braves are still in the league title race at (4-1 CHL) and (4-4 overall).