Top CHL Boys' Tennis Players Per Cincinnati Enquirer
Max Berghausen, Indian Hill
Berghausen teamed with Michael Ryu in the Division II state doubles tournament, winning their first match together. Berghausen also made first-team All-Cincinnati Hills League.
Ethan Camp, Indian Hill
As a sophomore last season, Camp was named first-team All-CHL and later reached the Division II singles state tournament.
R.J. Poffenberger, Indian Hill
Teamed with the now-graduated Tejas Pisati, Poffenberger finished in third place in the Division II doubles tournament in 2021 before winning the state title as a sophomore last season.
Will Stephens, Mariemont
Stephens earned first-team All-CHL honors for the second time and appeared in the Division II state tournament after finishing in third at districts.
Top Softball players in the CHL per Cincinnati Enquirer
Cincinnati Hills League
Camrynn Linneman, Taylor: The junior and UD commit was first-team All-Ohio last season. She led the CHL in ERA (0.78) and was second in wins (12) and strikeouts (208). At the plate, she led the CHL in home runs (10) and RBIs (48) and was fourth in batting average (.544) and second in runs scored (46).
Savannah Smith, Reading: The senior was first-team All-Ohio last season. She led the CHL in wins (15) and strikeouts (221) while ranking third in ERA (1.45). At the plate, Smith ranked second in batting average (.698), doubles (15) and on-base percentage (.781). She was top 5 with 7 home runs and 36 RBIs.
Gina Wilson, Deer Park: The junior was honorable mention All-Ohio and the CHL Player of the Year in 2022. She led the league in batting average (.775), home runs (10) and ranked fourth in RBIs (36). She ranked eighth in total hits with 31 and third in runs scored (37).
Gabby Smith, Madeira: The sophomore was top 10 in the CHL in batting average (.524) and doubles (10) last season.
Gabi Roque, Finneytown: Roque was fifth in the CHL with a .534 batting average last season and seventh in RBIs (29).
Chloe Watts, Reading: Watts ranked third in the CHL in doubles (14) last season and was top 10 in batting average (.478), RBIs (30) and total hits (32).
Maura Taylor, Taylor: The junior was top 10 in the CHL last season in batting average (.509) and hits (29).
Maggie Graham, Taylor: Graham ranked fifth in the CHL with 33 hits last season and eighth in RBIs (28).
Top CHL Baseball Players per Cincinnati Enquirer
Cincinnati Hills League Baseball
Nick Rinala, Indian Hill: The junior was top five in the CHL in runs scored (29) and stolen bases (18). Rinala also was top 10 in the league in batting average (.387) and hits (29).
Carson Stevens, Wyoming: As a freshman last season, Stevens hit .370 with 10 RBIs and scored 19 times.
J.D. Long, Mariemont: The senior posted a .321 batting average with 25 hits, 22 runs scored (10th in CHL) and 17 RBIs.
Gage Hall, Taylor: Hall hit .350 last season with a pair of home runs and 19 RBIs. He ranked seventh in the league in runs scored (24).
Alex Hansen, Indian Hill: Hansen ranked sixth in the CHL in RBIs (21) last season. He hit .308 with a pair of homers.
Ben Liebel, Indian Hill: Liebel had a .371 batting average and ranked third in the CHL in hits (33) and stolen bases (17) last season.
Nick Heisser, Madeira: The senior had a .368 batting average and ranked sixth in the CHL with 21 RBIs. He totaled 11 extra-base hits and scored 18 runs.
Jonathan Copfer, Indian Hill: Copfer ranked third in the CHL in hits (33) and RBIs (27) last season with a .363 batting average.
Top Boys and Girls Lacrose Players in the CHL per Cincinnati Enquirer
Cincinnati Hills League Boys
Coleman Jeffers, Wyoming: The senior led the CHL in goals last season (38) to go with 33 ground balls and 10 caused turnovers.
Dozer Ambrose, Wyoming: Ambrose was the scoring runner-up in the CHL, finishing with 34 goals. He also ranked second in ground balls (71), third in draw controls (67) and 10th in caused turnovers (15).
Robby Orr, Indian Hill: Orr, a senior, ranked fifth in the CHL in goals (28) last season and fourth in assists (17).
Owen Hilgeman, Madeira: As a freshman last season, Hilgeman was top 10 in the CHL in both goals (21) and draw controls (28).
Benjamin Parker, Madeira: The senior was 10th in the CHL in goals last season (19) to go with 19 ground balls and 7 assists.
Gabriel Scruggs, Wyoming: As a freshman last season, Scruggs ranked eighth in the CHL in ground balls (46).
Jackson Rabenold, Indian Hill: In eight games last season, Rabenold had 17 goals, 18 assists, 20 ground balls and 5 draw controls.
Kyle Innis, Indian Hill: Innis registered 13 goals, 10 assists and 23 ground balls as a junior in 2022.
Noah Popovitz, Wyoming: The senior had 25 ground balls, 12 caused turnovers, 13 goals and 5 assists last season.
Alex Gordon, Wyoming: As a freshman last season, Gordon ranked sixth in the CHL in ground balls (53), seventh in caused turnovers (17) and fifth in draw controls (38).
Derek Edie, Madeira: As a junior last season, Edie led the CHL in interceptions (18) and ranked sixth in caused turnovers (20).
State Wrestling In Columbus
The Ohio State Wrestling Championships are this weekend and five (5) CHL wrestlers are competing. Reading finished the state tournament in 16th place as a team. Two Reading wrestlers finished on the podium. Dickie Engel finished in fifth place at 175 lbs. and PJ Murphy finished in third place at 150 lbs. in the State! Jimmy Lalezas from Taylor finished in 6th place at 120 lbs. this weekend. Congratulations to all the CHL Wrestlers!