Weekly Update


The CHL champs Taylor Yellowjackets entered the State tournament on a roll and won their first three games, reaching the District Finals.  Unfortunately they lost a close game in extra innings vying for the District Championship.  Great season for a very young squad.  They will be back next year!

Boys Tennis State Tournament

RJ Poffenberger and Tejas Pisati of Indian Hill were District Champions in doubles while Max Berghausen and Michael Ryu were Runner Up in doubles.  Ethan Camp finished in fourth place in singles at the District Tournament.  All four will represent Indian Hill at the State Tournament on 5/27 and 5/28 at the ATP site.

Will Stephens of Mariemont finished 3rd at Districts in singles and will also go to represent Mariemont and the CHL at the State meet this weekend.

Indian Hill's team advanced to the final four in the Team State Championships for the OTCA State Title.  It will be held on 5/29 in New Albany.

Girls Lacrosse

No. 1 Seed Mariemont will play in the Regional Semifinals on Tuesday at 7pm at Mariemont against No. 5 Seed Turpin.  The winner will advance to play in the Regional Finals against the winner of the other semi-final game between No. 2 Seed Wyoming and No. 3 Seed Indian Hill.  The Regional Finals will be played on Thursday at the site of the highest seed at 7pm.

The State Tournament for Girls will begin on June 1st with the State Semi Finals and the State Finals on June 4th at MapFre Stadium at 10:00 am.

Boys Lacrosse

Mariemont is in the Number 1 Seed on the Boys side and they play Fenwick on Monday at 7pm at Mariemont.  If they win they will advance to the Regional Finals versus either Anderson or CHCA.  The winner of that game goes to the final four in the state.  The semi finals will be played on May 31st at a neutral site and the state finals will be on June 4th.


Reading is currently slated to play in the District Semi-Finals against McNicholas at Princeton on Monday at 5pm.  After earning the #2 Seed overall and a first round bye, Reading defeated Clermont Northeastern to advance to Monday's game.

Indian Hill will be playing Batavia in the Sectional Finals on Tuesday at Milford HS at 5pm.

Madeira beat Williamsburg on Wednesday/Thursday in a rain delayed game by a score of   6-5 in 12 innings.  They now play Roger Bacon on Monday at Kings at 5pm.

Taylor defeated Clinton Massie in the second round of the playoffs 4-1. Johnny Kearns pitched 7 innings striking out 10.  Taylor will take on Wayensville Tuesday and a victory will move the squad onto the District Finals.

Wyoming defeated Shroder in a lopsided game and play Hamilton Badin Tuesday at Oak Hills at 5pm.

All Sports Trophy

Every year the CHL gives away The All Sports Trophy or the CHL Cup to the school that has the best overall success in all of the sports sponsored by the CHL.  There is a point system based on the number of teams in each sport.  The champion gets a certain number of points and then 2nd place gets it's points and then 3rd place and so on.  We add these points up at the end of the year to see who wins the CHL CUP!

Indian Hill won the CHL CUP for the 2022-2023 school year.  It was a very close race between Indian Hill and Wyoming with Taylor finishing a very strong third.

Congratulations to Indian Hill, their Athletic Director, Brian Phelps, and the entire IH Coaching staff for this honor!!!

Indian Hill 45  30  27  102   
Wyoming 50.5  27  23  100.5   
Taylor 30.5  30  34.5  95   
Madeira 41.5  23  21.5  86   
Mariemont 41  25  17  83   
Reading 17.5  26.5  22  66   
Finneytown 14  17  40   
Deer Park 9.5  24.5   


Wyoming 9 3 4 5 5 6.5 6 3 9 50.5
Indian Hill 6.5 4 2 6 3 6.5 5 6 6 45
Madeira 2 5 6 8 1 9 4 2 4.5 41.5
Mariemont 4.5 7 3 4 0 5 9 4 4.5 41
Taylor 4.5 1 1 3 2 4 7 1 7 30.5
Reading 6.5 2 0 1 0 2 3 0 3 17.5
Finneytown 1 0 0 2 0 3 1 0 2 9
Deer Park 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 7
Indian Hill 5 9 7 6 0 0 3 30
Taylor 9 3 2 1 4 7 4 30
Wyoming 6.5 5.5 3 2 1 4 5 27
Reading 3.5 2 1 0 7 5 8 26.5
Mariemont 6.5 7 4 4 2.5 1 0 25
Madeira 3.5 5.5 5 3 0 0 6 23
Finneytown 1 4 0 0 5 3 1 14
Deer Park 2 1 0 0 2.5 2 2 9.5
Taylor 6.5 9 9 9 1 34.5
Indian Hill 5 1 7 7 7 27
Wyoming 3 6 5 5 4 23
Reading 9 7 3 3 0 22
Madeira 6.5 5 1 6 3 21.5
Finneytown 1 4 6 4 2 17
Mariemont 4 2 4 2 5 17
Deer Park 2 3 2 1 0 8

District Track Meet

The CHL dominated the District Track Meet held at New Richmond this weekend.  Madeira was District Champ in DIII Girls.  Deer Park finished 4th in DIII Boys.  In the DII meet Indian Hill was District Champion in both the Girls and Boys meet.  Taylor was runner-up in both the Boys and Girls races while Wyoming finished 3rd in Girls and Mariemont 5th in Boys.

Here are your CHL Individual District Champions in Boys and Girls Track:

Division III Boys

Jasean Denson, Deer Park, in the Discus

Division II Boys

Joel Allen, Wyoming, in the Discus

Dylan Lanham, Taylor, in the 110 High Hurdles and the 300 Inter. Hurdles.

Dwight Greene, Indian Hill, in the 100 Meter Dash and the 200 Meter Dash.

Owen Larkins, Taylor, in the 800 Run

Mariemont's 3200 Meter Relay team of Henry Buck, Martin Eisenhauer, Ben Fahnestock and Bennett Truan.

Indian Hill's 800 Meter Relay team of Dwight Greene, Mitchell Ford, Cerrious Boyd and John Podojil.

Indian Hill's 400 Meter Relay team of Dwight Greene, Antwan Peek, Cerrious Boyd and John Podojil.

Division III Girls

Kennedy Cunningham, Madeira, in the Discus and the Shot Put.

Vivian Momper, Madeira, in the 200 Meter Dash and the 400 Meter Dash.

Cate LeRoy, Madeira, in the 800 Meter Run

Madeira's 3200 Meter Relay team of Cate LeRoy, Claire LeRoy, Keira O'Cull and Ella Garza.

Madeira's 1600 Meter Relay team of Kate Schomaeker, Keira O'Cull, Claire LeRoy and Hannah Jung.

Madeira's 800 Meter Relay team of Corinne Westbrook, Hannah Jung, Kate Schomaeker and Vivian Momper.

Madeira's 400 Meter Relay team of Corinne Westbrook, Ainsley Westbrook, Kate Schomaeker and Olivia Bodley.

Division II Girls

Cameron Bittermann, Taylor, in the 100 Meter Dash, the 200 Meter Dash and 400 Meter Dash.

Elizabeth Whaley, Indian Hill, in the 800 Meter Run and the 1600 Meter Run.

Hayden Withers, Indian Hill, in the 3200 Meter Run.

Penelope Webb, Wyoming, in the High Jump.

Addison Hamilton, Wyoming, in the Pole Vault.

Indian Hill's 3200 Meter Relay team of Annie Isphording, Elizabeth Whaley, Hayden Withers and Ella Riggs.

Indian HIll's 1600 Meter Relay team of Annie Isphording, Ava Egnaczyk, Ella Riggs and Elizabeth Whaley.

Taylor's 800 Meter Relay team of Lindsey Bauer, Marissa Tedesco, Brock Bittermann and Madison Tedesco.

Finneytown's 400 Meter Relay team of Nijah Robinson, Sophia Roque, Macee Moore and Monica VanderVeen.

Wyoming sophomore Addi Hamilton won the pole vault with a mark of 11-8 beating the District record by 4 inches set back in 2009.  Her vault now ranks Addi 4th in the state in Division II.  Also Wyoming freshman Penelope Webb equaled her best jump in the high jump with a leap of 5-7, beating the previous district record by 2 inches set back in 2014.  Penelope is tied for the best jump in Division II in Ohio as well as tied for the best in all Divisions, regardless of size of school.  Both leaps are also new school records at Wyoming.

Penelope Webb (High Jump) and Addi Hamilton (Pole Vault)

Weekly Update

The CHL All Sports CUP is a very close race between Indian Hill and Wyoming.  Softball points still need to be determined as there are still a few league games to be played.  Boys and Girls Track, Boys Tennis and Baseball totals can be found under All Sports Trophy on this website.

CHL Track and Field League Championships

Taylor ran away with the Boys and Girls Trophies at the CHL league track meet on Friday, May 13th, held at Taylor High School.

The Taylor Girls scored 162 points while runner-up Indian Hill garnered 135 team points.

The Taylor Boys scored 152.5 points and Indian Hill was runner-up with 134 points.

Boys Tennis

Indian Hill Braves won their 7th CHL title in a row and their 34th out of 36 years.

Boys Lacrosse

Mariemont is currently 12-2, Indian Hill, 10-5 and Wyoming 8-6 as we begin the state tournament swing.

Girls Lacrosse

Mariemont stands at 15-1 overall, Wyoming, 13-4 and Indian Hill 10-5.  The girls also begin state tournament games next week.


Reading has clinched the CHL title with a 11-3 league mark.  Madeira and Taylor were close behind at 10-4 while Indian Hill finished at 9-5.


Taylor clinched the CHL Title and stand at 13-0 with one league tilt to play.  Reading finished second at 12-2 and Wyoming third at 10-4.  Taylor was also the only CHL team to win in the first round of the state tournament.  The other seven schools lost some heartbreakers as the Yellowjackets will continue to represent the CHL in the Softball State Tournament.

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