Boys Golf Preview

The CHL Boys Golf teams compete in the league preview Tuesday August, 9 at The Mill Course!

New Fall Season Gears Up

The 2022-23 school year is about to begin this month.  The fall teams have been conditioning all summer and now are into their pre-season schedules.  The Boys and Girls Golf seasons have actually begun this week.

Last year Wyoming won the CHL Football crown while Reading and Indian Hill tied for 2nd place.  In Volleyball Wyoming also won that title while Taylor was runner up.  Mariemont won the Girls Soccer CHL title followed by Taylor but Wyoming, which finished 3rd in the league went on a post season run and were state runner-up.  The CHL is such a strong soccer conference, both girls and boys.  In the boys league race Madeira won the trophy.  Wyoming and Indian Hill tied for 2nd but Wyoming ended up STATE Champs!

Girls Tennis was dominated by Indian Hill and Mariemont ended up in 2nd place.  Boys golf saw Madeira as league champ, Indian Hill in 2nd place.   This summer one returning golfer from Wyoming won the Ohio Junior Amateur, Finley Bartlett became the youngest (15) ever to win that title, even younger than when Jack Nicklaus won it.  On the girls side Wyoming finished as league champs and Indian Hill followed in second place.  

Cross Country had their league championships last October and Mariemont won the boys title while Madeira captured the girls side.

It should be an exciting fall with great competition in all nine sports throughout the CHL!

Good Luck to all teams and participants!

New Athletic Director Takes Over at Reading High School

Nick Wilson will take over this school year as The Reading City Schools new Athletic Director/Assistant Principal.  Nick is beginning his 16th year in the field of Education.  Previously he was athletic director at Bellevue HS as well as Boone County Schools in Northern Kentucky and also at St. Bernard-Elmwood Place in Cincinnati.

Nick and his wife Sarah live in Northern Kentucky with their two "beautiful" children, Max and Wren.  He graduated from NKU and Xavier University.  Nick said he is really excited about joining the Blue Devil family and working with the members of the staff, the community, and the student-athletes.  "I have quickly learned that Reading is a special place with a huge amount of community support and I can't wait to become a part of it."

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