On Twitter, we found out that Indian Hill Cross Country and Track & Field Coach Sue Savage received a big honor.  She was recognized by the University of Chicago as an outstanding educator.  Coach Savage has always been a class act on the playing field.  She is equally the same in the classroom.  Congratulations Coach Savage!

Not many outside of the soccer community know that Bill Simpson of Reading is the head coach of both the Blue Devil girls' and boys' teams.  On September 15th, Reading girls' beat Goshen 1-0 to give Coach Simpson his 150th career win.  Congratulations Coach Simpson.

Sometimes, your SID can't get long stories complete in one sitting. An example would be the weekly update. So if you see "Story Under Construction" on a story site, come back later for more information.  When the story is done, it will have "Story Complete".

Current win streaks....
Wyoming Football - 25 regular season wins in a row (longest current streak for football in Ohio).
Wyoming Volleyball - 120 league wins in a row.
Indian Hill Girls' Tennis - 94 league wins in a row
Indian Hill Girls' Soccer - 30 straight games without a loss (27-0-3)

For the third week in the last four, it looks like Friday football games could be effected by storms.  Check Twitter throughout the evening.  If we have any postponed games, we will let you know when they will be rescheduled, most likely on Saturday.  Two schools, Deer Park & Wyoming have homecoming activities.

The Annual Tennis Coaches Classic will be held this Thursday & Saturday.  It will include almost every girls' tennis team in Southwest Ohio.  All five CHL teams will take part.  It is a unique tourney in that it divides the teams up according to the strength of the team.  That way everyone is competing on the same level.  Teams are divided into flights.  Here is the league teams flights/sites:
Indian Hill - Flight A, Mason High School
Wyoming - Flight B, St. Xavier High School
Mariemont - Flight C , Fairfield High School
Madeira - Flight E, Wilmington High School
Taylor - Flight H - Colerain High School

We hope to have the results later in the weekend.  Good luck to our league teams.

This how league schools are looking in the weekly Enquirer/Coaches polls, state polls, & Harbin Rankings.

Division IV
1. Wyoming  2. Indian Hill  8. Taylor
Division V
T2. Mariemont 5. Madeira T6. Reading
Division VI/VII
T1. Deer Park

Division II
2. Wyoming  7. Indian Hill  9. Mariemont
Division III/IV
2. Madeira  5. Reading

Division II
1. Wyoming  4. Indian Hill 
Division III
3. Madeira  4. Mariemont  6. Finneytown  T7. Reading  9. Deer Park

Division II
1. Indian Hill  8. Wyoming 9. Mariemont
Division III
2. Madeira  5. Deer Park  T7. Finneytown  9. Reading

Division II/III
2. Wyoming  4. Indian Hill  5. Mariemont

Division II
1. Wyoming

Division II
1. Indian Hill  5. Wyoming  7. Mariemont  8. Madeira

Division II/III
1. Mariemont 2. Wyoming  3. Indian Hill  T4. Taylor  6. Madeira

Division II/III
1. Madeira  2. Indian Hill 3. Mariemont  4. Wyoming T10. Taylor

Division IV - 2. Wyoming   Division VI - 16. Deer Park

Boys' Cross Country
Division II - 8. Madeira

Boys' Soccer
Division II - 3. Wyoming 15. Indian Hill  Division - 3. Madeira

Girls' Soccer
Division II - 1. Indian Hill   Division III - 8. Madeira

Girls' Tennis
Division II - 2. Indian Hill

Harbin Rankings Week 4
Division IV Region 16
1. Wyoming 3. Indian Hill
Division V Region 20
6. Mariemont
Division VI Region 24
5. Deer Park

A full week of varsity events.  Golf is in it's last regular season week.  Tennis has their annual coaches classic this week.  Stat leaders are listed for each sport.  Complete stats can be found under each sport's link. Check Twitter for current info.
Red means league championship decided.

This story is complete!


Deer Park, Mariemont, Wyoming are all 4-0 overall & 1-0 in league play. Indian Hill is 1-0 in league & 3-1 overall.  Wyoming has won 25 regular season games in a row, the longest streak currently in Ohio.

The SID Game of the Week and ICRC broadcast turned out to be a great one.  4-0 Deer Park travelled over to Reading where the Blue Devils had won 9 of the last 10 contests between the two.  Reading started out fast scoring TDs on 2 of the first 3 plays they had the ball.  Cole Baker found Don'nek Patterson for a 51 yard score.  The first play of the next possession  Keonte Sanders scored on a 22 yard run.  Reading was ahead 13-0 after one quarter.  In the 2nd quarter, Jerry Heard got the Wildcats on the board with a 12 yard run.  On a botched punt, Reading got a safety.  On their next possession Sanders got his 2nd TD, this one on a 12 yard run.  Nathan Profitt PAT made it 22-7 Reading.  Deer Park closed the gap on Nore Johnson 5 yard run.  On the ensuing kickoff, Reading's Game VanSkaik brought it back for a 77 yard touchdown.  Rain led at the half 29-14.  The only score in the 3rd quarter was a Heard to Deshaun Mcentire pass for 54 yards.  The failed PAT made it 29-20 Reading.  In the 4th quarter a 25 yard field goal by Profitt made it 32-20 Reading.  Mcentire got his 2nd TD of the game on a 10 yard run.  Joe Hocker 2 point AT made it a 4 point game Reading.  Baker's pass to Alijah Vaught for 46 yards and a Profitt PAT  put Reading on top 39-28.  Hocker & Mcentire with jobs.  This time it was Joe who scored on 10 yard run and Deshaun who got the 2 point PAT.  Deer Park was back in the game down 39-36.  With 1:36 to go in the game Heard gave Deer Park the first lead of the game on 9 yard run.  Eric Hamilton's PAT made 43-39 Wildcats.  Reading drove deep into Deer Park territory but time ran out as the Wildcat defense held on to give Deer Park a 43-39 win.  Too many game balls to hand out in this one!

Wyoming scored 41 1st half points  and kept the clock running in the 2nd half  for a 55-0 win over Taylor.  Cowboy quarterback Evan Prater had an outstanding game throwing for 4 TDs and rushing for 2 more.  His two rushing TDs of 6 &13 yards were in the 1st quarter.  Prater had touchdown passes to Perry McMichen (53 yards), Brennan Pagan (44 yards), Joey Edmonds (37 yards), & Pierson Rogers (10 yards).  Rogers also had 53 & 5 yard scoring runs.  Grant Goodgames closed out the scoring with a 14 yard run.  Prater was 11 for 15 for 256 yards.  Wyoming defense held Taylor to 69 total yards offense.

Indian Hill's 30-7 win over Madeira was closer than the scored showed.  The first 3 quarters the teams scored a combined 17 points with the Braves up by 3 points.  The Brave's Dimetrious Baylor had his 4th 100 plus yards rushing game of the season.  This one was the best so far with 14 carries for 186 yards..  He had TD runs of 1, 23, & 70 yards. Jalen Thornton gave the Brave's defense a score on a 10 yard fumble recovery.  Luke Lundberg had a32 yard field goal and was 3 for 3 in PATs.  Madeira QB Tyler Richmond was 21 for 39 for 219 yards.  He scored the only Mustang touchdown on a 1 yard run.

Mariemont had 505 yards total offense in a 42-14 win over Finneytown.  Wally Renie was 11 for 23 for 313 yards for the Warriors.  Both of his TD passes were to Charlie Coward for 56 & 35 yards.  coward had 5 catches for 186 yards, a 37 yard average.  Renie also scored on runs of 1 & 15 yards.  Luke Robinson had two rushing tDS of 10 & 7 yards.  Finneytown had the first and last scores of the game.  Darrion Thomas had a 2yard score in the 1st quarter.  Donyai Kemper had a 68 yard punt return in the 4th quarter with D'shon Feaster  getting the 2 point PAT.

Stat Leaders: 
Quarterback - Three QBs have over 700 yards passing: Wally Renie (Mariemont) 779, Tyler Richmond (Madeira) 747, Evan Prater (Wyoming) 715. Prater has 9 TD passes, Renie 8, & Richmond 3.
Rushing - Dimetrious Baylor (Indian Hill) 620 yards
Receiving - Yards Charlie Coward (Mariemont) 434 Receptions Cowart  21
Scoring - Baylor 60 points
Kicking - Luke Lundberg (Indian Hill) 16-17 PAT, 5-6 Field Goals,  31 points
Sacks -  Jean Thornton (Indian Hill) 5.5 Terry Mounce (Taylor) 5, Baylor 5
Interceptions - Lee Megois (Madeira) 4
Fumble Recovered - Five tied with 3

All games will be on Friday night. The SID Game of the Week will be Madeira at Mariemont.  The last 8 times these two teams have met, each has won 4 times. Although, the Warriors have won the last 3 times.  Each are Division V so this game could be big for the playoffs.  Taylor will be at Deer Park, Indian Hill at reading, & Finneytown at Wyoming.

Note - Reading home games will be at the middle school gym.
Wyoming is 6-0 in the league & 8-2 overall  The Cowboys have won 118 straight league matches. Indian Hill is5-1 in league play & 9-1 overall.  Madeira is 4-2 in league play & 10-3 overall.
Some Results From The Past Week...
Indian Hill over Ross in 3 games, Mariemont over Purcell Marian in 3 games, Wyoming over Sycamore in 3 games, Deer Park over Winton Woods in 3 games.

Stat Leaders:
Kills - Sami Weis (Wyoming) 142, Hunter Fry (Indian Hill) 141
Digs - Erin Androne (Reading) 224
Assists _ Ines Gram (Wyoming) 339
Blocks - Megan Brehre (Mariemont) 36, Clarie Carmichael (Wyoming) 34, Emma Fortman (Madeira) 34
Serving Aces - Haley Henry (Indian Hill) 47

There will be 12 matches this week.  Eight will be league matches.  A big league match will be Wyoming at Indian Hill on Monday.

Wyoming & Madeira are 3-0-0 in league play .  The Cowboys are 9-0-1 overall.  They have outscored their opponents 46-4 in 10 games.  The Mustangs are 6-2-0 overall. Taylor is 5-2-2 overall & Finneytown 5-3-0.  Overall, CHL teams have a record of 37-21-9!
Some Results From The Past Week...

Mariemont 2 CHCA 0 - Will Stytenroth 1 goal 1 assist, Evan Wuertenberger shut-out
Taylor 3 Clark Montessori 0 - Jack Kennedy 2 goals, CJ Riga shut-out
Reading 5 Clermont Northeastern 0 - Nathan profits 4 goals, TJ Manning 3 assists, Nash Morgan shut-out

Stat Leaders:
Points - Zach Napora (Wyoming) 34
Goals - Z. Napora 14
Assists - Perrin Varland (Wyoming) 7
Shut Outs - Austin Snowden (Wyoming) 6

There will be 8 games this week, 4 of them league.


Wyoming is 2-0-0 in the league & 6-2-0 overall.  Indian Hill is 3-0-2 overall & 1-0-0 in the league.  The Braves have not lost a game since October 2016.
Some Results From The Past Week...
Reading 1 Goshen 0 - Peyton Koebbe 1 goal, Haleigh Baker shut-out
Wyoming 2 Monroe - Maggie Fitzpatrick shut-out
Finneytown 5 Middletown Christian 0 - Delaney Murphy 3 goals, Allise Helmes 1 goal 2 assists, Maggie Tranbert shut-out 
Indian Hill 1 Milford 1 - Anna Podojil 1 goal

Stat Leaders:
Points - Delaney Murphy (Finneytown) 16, Lydia Jervier (Wyoming) 15, Torey Macke (Deer Park) 15, Gracie Wilber (Wyoming) 15
Goals - Murphy 8, Macke 7
Assists - Kenzie Schneeman (Deer Park) 6
Shut Outs - Maggie Fitzpatric (Wyoming) 3.5

There will be 15 games this week, 4 of them league.

Indian Hill is 10-1 overall & 2-0 in league play.  Wyoming is 2-0 in league play & 8-5 overall. Mariemont is 9-3 overall.
Some Results From The Past Week... 
Mariemont 5 McNicholas 0
Madeira 4 Milford 1
Wyoming 4 Lakota West 1

Stat Leaders (wins) 
Singles - Emily Major (Wyoming) 10-0,  Jessie Budde (Indian Hill) 8-0, Sydney Evans (Wyoming) 8-4, Hayley Hirsch (Indian Hill) 7-3, Peyton Osha (Wyoming) 7-4

Doubles - Ashley Grimmer/Melanie Weiss (Mariemont) 5-1, Abbey Falkner/Clarie Soller (Mariemont) 5-2, Nina Price/Jenny Zhang (Indian Hill) 4-1

There are 5 dual matches Monday-Wednesday, 2 of them league.  Thursday & Saturday will be the annual Coaches Classic.

The league champion in golf is decided by a point system.  One point is awarded for each team you beat in the league preview.  Two points are awarded for each regular season dual win.  Two points are awarded for each team you beat in the league tournament.  Under the Golf link, there are separate standing for win-lose and points.
Wyoming has clinched the league title with 26 points.  It is their 4th in a row, 6 out of the last 7, & 13th overall in the CHL.  Indian Hill is 2nd with 23 points & Mariemont 3rd with 20 points.  
Some Results From Last Week....

Stat Leaders (Nine Hole Average) to be updated...
1.Dylan Stevens (Wyoming)   36.0
2. Jack Nelville (Mariemont)  38.35
3. Peter Sheakley (Indian Hill)  39.0
4. Trey Skidmore (Indian Hill)  40.0
5. Tom Wuchert (Mariemont) 40.5
6. Thomas Stickney (Wyoming) 41.0
7. Andrew Getgey (Mariemont) 41.57
8. Sam Randman (Wyoming) 41.83

There are 9 dual/tri matches this week, 1 of them league.  A big non league match will be Wednesday with St. Xavier at Wyoming.

Girls' golf is still a non-league sport in the CHL.  Five schools are needed to make it league.  Only Madeira, Taylor, & Wyoming have teams.  The website will show schedules, win-loss records of dual and tri matches, and 9 hole stats.
Wyoming is 9-1 including invitational results.
Some Results From The Past Week.....
Wyoming 193 McNicholas 209

Stat Leaders (Nine Hole Average)

1. Victory Lee (Wyoming)  41.1
2. Annabelle Walton (Wyoming) 45.3
3. Sophia Dulin (Wyoming) 46.5
4. Samara Dulin (Wyoming) 46.7
5. Delaney Day (Taylor) 52.5
6. Kayla Roeske (Wyoming)  55.7

There are 6 dual/tri matches this week.

Meets Last Week: 
The Milford Invitational was held at Pattison Elementary School.  The Cedarville Invitational was held at Cedarville 
University. The invite had over 2000 college, high school, & junior high runners.

At Milford, Mariemont was 6th, Indian Hill 8th, & Taylor 10th.  Hannah Korte (Taylor) was 3rd out of 143 runners.  Her time of 19:31 is a CHL best so far this season.  Marin Valentine (Mariemont) was 15th.  Claudia Hollander was the top runner for Indian Hill.
At Cedarville, Wyoming was 4th in the Division I race.  There were 19 teams, most of them D1.  Riley Bahr was 7th out of 388 runners.  Tiffany Chen was 10th.  Sylvia Coyle was 36th & Katy Vanatsky 41st.  Madeira was 9th out of 28 teams in the Division II race.  Maggie Sampson was 23rd out of 322 runners.  Rosie Davis was 39th.

Top 5 Kilometer Times:
1. Hannah Korte (Taylor) 19:31.6
2. Riley Bahr (Wyoming) 19:46

3. Marin Valentine (Mariemont) 20:32
4. Erin Kelly (Mariemont) 20:41
5. Tiffany Chen (Wyoming) 20:51
6. Riley Dunne (Mariemont) 21:28

7. Claudia Hollander (Indian Hill) 21:29

At Milford, Indian Hill was 6th, Mariemont 7th, & Taylor 13th.  Ben Bayless of Indian Hill was 1st of 159 runners.  His time of 16:07.6 is a season best for the CHL.  Nolan Heffernan (Indian Hill) was 7th.  Chase Grauel (Taylor) was 5th.  Sam Beeler (Mariemont) was 16th.
more to be posted.

At Cedarville, Madeira was 3rd in the Division I race.  There were 27 teams and 764 runners in the race.  That's not a typo.  There were 764 runners in a high school cross country race!  Most schools in the race were D1.  The only two teams to beat Madeira were D1 powers Upper Arlington & Kings.  Dylan Whitson was 13th overall.  Diego Arredondo was 16th, Ethan Henry 18th, Joseph Kirby 22nd & Jacob Gaffney 64th.
In the Division II/III race, Wyoming was 3rd out of 33 teams.  John Nice was 6th overall out of 443 runners.  Jack Schwartz was 12th & Collin Bornholdt 33rd.

Top 5 Kilometer Times:
1. Ben Bayless (Indian Hill) 16:07
2. Chase Grauel (Taylor) 16:47
3. Dylan Whitson (Madeira) 16:48

4. Diego Arredondo (Madeira) 16:55
5. Joseph Kirby (Madeira) 16:56
6. John Nice (Wyoming) 17:02

7. Nolan Heffernan (Indian Hill) 17:06

Tuesday, Finneytown & Taylor will be at the Hamilton Invitational held at Metro Parks.  Thursday, Taylor will travel over to Indiana for meet at South Ripley.  Saturday will be three invites.  Deer Park, Finneytown, Reading, & Taylor will be at the Seven Hills Invitational held on the school campus.  Later Saturday, Indian Hill will travel to Centerville High School for the Saturday Night Lights Invitational.  It is the oldest cross country meet in Ohio held under the lights.  Madeira has the road trip this week.  They will be leaving Friday for northern Indiana.  Saturday morning, they will compete at the Culver Academies Invitational.

Indian Hill girls' tennis has been one of the most successful athletic programs in CHL history. So far this season, they have continued their success. Coach Gary Samuels has provided us with some information on this year's team.

Indian Hills girls varsity tennis team has been in the state finals of the State Team Championships 4 of the 5 past years.  Last year, they finished 3rd.  This year's squad is projected to match this successful run of great tennis at our school.  Currently, Indian Hill is ranked 2nd in the state in Division II despite the loss to graduation last year of two talented seniors.  Gracey Hirsch is a Penn State signee and Julia Yingling is attending Yale University.  

The team is off to a strong start with a 10-1 record as of this posting.  They defeated two top Division I schools Turpin & Mt. Notre Dame by identical 3-2 scores. The Brave's only loss was to Mason 3-2.  The Comets are currently the #1 ranked D1 team in the state.  The team played short-handed as #2 singles player Samantha Pregel was out with an injury at that time.  The Braves have won five consecutive matches since Pregel returned to the lineup. On September 4, Indian Hill overcame CHCA 3-2 to advance to the semi-finals of the OTCA District Team Tournament. Their opponent will be Oakwood.  The match will be played at Indian Hill on September 24.

This year's team includes six returning players.  The premier player is junior Hayley Hirsch who was named 1st team All Ohio in her freshman & sophomore years.  Hirsch was also last year's Enquirer City Player of the Year.  Samantha Pregel was a state singles qualifier as a sophomore and has continued to improve every year.  Also improved and returning from solid freshman seasons are Jessica August and Jessie Budde.  Both Jessica & Jessie will be keys to our success this year as they have been moved up higher in the starting lineup.  Nina Price returns for her 4th varsity season as one of the best doubles players in the state.  She was a state quarter-finalist last year.  Senior Madeline Major is back after being named 1st Team All City in doubles last year.  The team has been excited about the additions of Callie O'Dell & Jenny Zhang to the varsity.  O'Dell & Zhang will be counted on heavily throughout the season.

Indian Hill is attempting to win their 22nd straight CHL title.  With their 2 league match wins so far this season, they have won 94 league matches in a row.  Their last league loss was in October of 2003.  None of the current players were in school yet, and some weren't even born!  

Good luck to the Braves as they go for the league title and success at the singles and doubles state championships and the team championships.

Thanks to Coach Gary Samuels for the information.  Coach Samuels is in his 8th season as the Brave's varsity girls' tennis coach.

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