Indian Hill Inducts New Class into Hall of Fame

Nicole Bell (Class of 2012)

Nicole Bell graduated from Indian Hill High School as the all-time scoring and assists leader in basketball and received all-state honors three times during her tenure. Bell advanced both her athletic and academic career in college, earning her degree from Indiana University. She went on to graduate from the school of nursing at Emory University, and she currently works at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.

Michael Eaton (Class of 1988)

Michael Eaton received all-American honors in soccer and all-city honors in basketball and baseball while at Indian Hill High School and captained all three teams as a senior. Eaton went on to play collegiate soccer and received his degree from Southern Methodist University. He founded and recently sold the national brand Hero Clean product line.

Eppa Rixey IV (Class of 1972)

Eppa Rixey IV excelled at basketball and track to remain among the all-time leaders in several categories at Indian Hill High School. Rixey played basketball collegiately and received his degree at Davidson College. He went on to become the chairman of Rixey Berry Insurance Group, and has served as a volunteer on several non-profit boards; Rixey also served as Mayor for the Village of Indian Hill.

Reading Bowler Named Bowler to Watch this year in Cincinnati Enquirer

Ian Carpenter, Reading – The reigning Cincinnati Hills League Player of the Year led the league with a 208 average last year in 23 games with a high of 276 and has a 227 through two games this season.  Ian was also the Enquirer's Division II Bowler of the year last year and won the Sectional Tournament.

Deer Park Inducts Two New Members into Hall of Fame


Mark McGoron- Mark is a distinguished athlete from the Class of 1974.  He earned Class “AA” All City honors in the 100 yd. dash his sophomore year.  As a senior, Mark’s success continued in the 100 yd., 200 yd., and 440 yd. dashes.  He was named Most Outstanding Runner at the North College Hill invitational, and placed 1st in numerous dual and triangular meets throughout the season, as well as 1st in the EHL meet in the 100 and 200 yd. races.  He ended his high school career with a 6th place finish in the 220yd. dash at Districts and another Class “AA” All City runner honor.  Mark holds Deer Park track records in the 100yd and 400yd, as well as 400M dash and shares the title in the 100M.

Eric Taylor- Eric is a distinguished athlete from the Class of 1996.  Eric played 2 years of varsity football, serving as team captain, and earning All CHL, All City, and ALL Southwest District honors.  As a member of the wrestling team, Eric served as captain and was both a district qualifier and 2nd place finisher in the CHL all 4 years.  After graduating from Deer Park, Eric earned his bachelor’s degree from Xavier University and moved on to an incredibly successful high school football coaching career, with a record of 94 wins and 32 losses overall, along with 9 playoff appearances.  Eric was a math and health teacher early in his career and is currently Athletic Director at Kings Local School District.

Winter Basketball Players to Watch

Girls CHL players to watch:

Ella Riggs   IH  Sr.  Reigning CHL Player of the Year.  22+ pts. a game and 59% FG%

Kendel Spreen   Mar. Jr.  First team all CHL last year.

Marley Valentine   Mar.   Sr.  First team all CHL last year.

Bree Moye   Wyo.  Jr.  2nd team all CHL last year.


Boys CHL players to watch:

Marcus Arrington   DP   Jr.   HM all CHL last year in a limited role.  20+ pts. a game.

Danny Austing   Tay.   Sr.  First team all CHL last year.  18 pts. a game.

Harry Hilvert   Tay.   Sr.   First team all CHL last year.

Conner Cravaack   Mad.   Jr.   First team all CHL last year.  19+ pts and 10+ Rebounds.

Tim Stewart    Mar.  Jr.   2nd team all CHL last year.

Logan Sridham   Read.  Sr.   2nd team all CHL last year.

Ty Thorton   IH    Sr.   2nd team all CHL last year.

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