The Division II Boys' Sectional Golf Championships will be held at Sharon Woods on Thursday. The first tee times will be at 8:30. The four teams with the lowest scores, and four individuals with lowest scores not on those teams, will qualified for the district tourney. CHL teams have done well at the sectionals the last several years. One team, Indian Hill, has advance to the district 5 of the last 6 years.
Indian Hill advance to the Division II District finals in the state team tournament. The Braves beat Chaminade-Julienne 4-1. They will take on Seven Hills for the chance to advance to the state final 4. The date for that match has not been set. Indian Hill won the D2 state team title in 2013 and was runner-up to Shaker Heights Hathaway Brown.
The Braves have won 13 straight matches and are ranked #2 in the state. They are led by singles players freshman Morgan Coburn, and sisters Gracey Hirsch (junior) & Hayley Hirsch (freshman). Indian Hill relies on three doubles tandems; Saskia Gobonya & Julia Yingling, Amalia Guzman & Sarah Price, and Haley Koerting & Nina Price.
Thanks to Coach Gary Samuels for the information.
Five schools are required to make it a league sport in the CHL. Four league schools have golfers. Madeira, Taylor and Wyoming have golf teams and Reading has one female who spent her regular season on the boys' team. For Madeira, it is the first ever girls' golf team in school history.
The Division II Girls' Golf Sectional was held at Hamilton Elks Golf Course on Monday. Wyoming finished 3rd qualifying for the district tournament. The top four teams advance. Is was the 3rd year in a row that the Cowboys had a 3rd place finish at the sectionals. Wyoming and McNicholas actually tied with the same score of 424. Third place was based on the 5th Wyoming golfer having a lower score then the 5th Rocket's golfer. Wyoming was led by senior Lucy Walton with a score of 103. Freshman Annabelle Walton had a 104. The other three Cowboy golfers were junior Anna Sponaugle (105), senior Elizabeth Hughes (112), & senior Addison Burke (112). Taylor finished 8th. The top Yellowjacket golfer was senior Kayla Coleman. Madeira was 10th, led by senior Molly Buzek. Reading's lone golfer was freshman Joie Knox.
The Division II District will be held at Pipestone Golf Course in Miamisburg on Wednesday, October 5th. The first tee times are at 8:30. The top three teams and top three individuals not on those teams will qualify for the state championships.
Soccer & Volleyball are in the 2nd half of their seasons. Golf is the first to be in post season. Stat leaders are posted on the front page. Season stats can be found under each sport's links.
Red means league title has been decided.
Madeira (2-0, 4-1) & Wyoming (2-0, 5-0) are tied for 1st. This is the first time the Cowboys are 5-0 to begin a season since 2009. Indian Hill & Mariemont are 1-1 in the league and 4-1 overall. Reading (3-2) & Deer Park (2-3) are also 1-1 in the league.
The SID Game of the Week was also an ICRC TV game. It was a close one for one quarter. But Indian Hill scored 35 unanswered points to down Mariemont 42-14.Braves quarterback Reed Aichholz scored 4 touchdowns on the ground giving him 7 rushing TDs in two weeks. Zarian Hunter-Cure had 25 carries for 190 yards and 2 scores. Marco Fiore intercepted 3 passes and average almost 50 yards on 4 punts. Wally Renie had 2 TD passes for Mariemont. One was to Hayden Seeger for 80 yards and the other to Charlie Zack for 5 yards.
Wyoming defense had it's first shut-out of the season, 57-0 over Taylor. Andrew Marty (18-25, 230 yards) threw for 4 touchdowns and ran for another. His TD passes were to Garyn Prater (7 & 14 yards), Jake Edmonds (62 yards), Jack Gildea (4 yards). Marty's TD run was for 22 yards. Ethan Tefs had a 12 yard score & Evan Prater a 4 yard touchdown. Pierson Rogers had 55 yards pick six and Max Maisel was credited with a safety.
Reading's defense did slow down Madeira running back Greg Corn. Corn had a season low 69yards rushing. But Mustang quarterback Jacob Bellayuto had his best game of the season with 204 yards passing yards & 2 scores. The senior also had 2 rushing TDs of 4 & 11 yards. His scoring passes were to Jack Cravaack for 23 yards & Adam Wieczorek 70 yards. Corn did score his 16th & 17th touchdowns of the season on runs of 44 & 2 yards. Ryan Leinhart was 6 for 6 in PAT kicks. Reading quarterback Tyler Bridges had his best game of the season. The senior was 18 for 22 for 237 yards & 4 TD passes. His scoring passes were to Joe Williams for 18 & 2 yards, Gabe Van Skaik 47 yards, & Alex Wachendorf 60 yards. It wasn't enough as Madeira won 42-28 to stay undefeated in league play.
Deer Park beat Finneytown 34-7. There were no stats posted for the game.
Quarterback - Andrew Marty (Wyoming) 73-126, 1175 yards, 12 touchdown passes 164.5 QB rating
Rushing - Greg Corn (Madeira) 838 yards
Receiving - Catches Adam Wieczorek (Madeira) 27, Yards Wieczorek 412 yards
Scoring - Corn 104 points
Kicking - Sergio Listo (Wyoming) 24
Tackles - Patrick Mileham (Mariemont) 54
Sacks - Eli Cupp (Wyoming) 7
Interceptions - Alex Wachendorf (Reading) 6
Indian Hill punter Marco Fiore has averaged 47.4 yards on 10 punts, 5 inside the 20 yard line.
The SID Game of the Week will be Mariemont at Wyoming. The Warrirors are coming off of a lost to Indian Hill and cannot lose their 2nd league game of the season. Wyoming will be trying to keep perfect on the season.
Wyoming is 8-0 in the league & 11-3 overall. They have won 10 of their last 11 games. The Cowboys also have won 92 straight league matches dating back to 2009. Taylor is 7-1 in the league & 10-4 overall. Reading is in 3rd (6-2, 10-3). Indian Hill is 9-5 overall. Some results from the past week....
Reading over Indian Hill 3 sets, Wyoming over Indian Hill 3 sets, Wyoming over Sycamore 3 sets, Taylor over Mariemont 3 sets.
Kills - Kathy Ning (Indian Hill) 162, Jenna Pike (Reading) 158
Assists - Mia Kraft (Wyoming) 389
Digs - Teensy Zang (Indian Hill) 277
Blocks - Emma Fortman (Madeira) 5
Serving Aces - Kayla Feld (Reading) 39, Jenna Shepherd (Deer Park) 38, Haley Henry (Indian Hill) 37
There are 15 matches this week. Ten league will be on Monday, Tuesday & Thursday. A big league match will be Tuesday. Wyoming will be at Taylor. The Cowboys won the first meeting earlier this season.
Madeira (3-0-1, 7-1-2) & Mariemont (3-0-1, 5-3-3) are tied for 1st. Finneytown is 5-1-3 overall. Some results from the past week...
Indian Hill 4 Finneytown 2, Wyoming 4 Waynesville 1, Deer Park 9 Mt. Healthy 0, Mariemont 5 Oakwood 0, Madeira 3 Wyoming 1
Points - Jesse Cobbs (Finneytown) 52
Goals - Cobbs 24
Assists - Duncan Maier (Madeira) 13
Shut Outs - Jake Blackburn (Deer Park) 4, Ethan Wayman (Wyoming) 3
There are 12 games this week. Four league games will be on Tuesday. A big league game will be Indian Hill at Madeira.
Madeira is 3-0-1 in the league & 7-2-2 overall. Wyoming (2-0-2, 7-0-3) & Mariemont (2-0-2, 6-1-2) are tied for 2nd. Indian Hill & Taylor are 6-3-1 overall and Reading is 6-5-0. Some results from the past week...
Points - Hannah Nelson (Reading) 35, Anna Podojil (Indian Hill) 33
Goals - Nelson 17
Assists - Abby Woodcock (Reading) 10
Shut Outs - Lauren Metz (Wyoming) 6, Sydney Nicholson (Mariemont) 6
There are 11 games this week, 4 of them league on Wednesday. Two big league games will be Madeira at Indian Hill & Mariemont at Reading.
Wyoming won the league title for the 2nd year in a row and the 4th out of the last 5. See related story.
Stat Leaders in Nine Hole average:
1. Cooper Hausfeld (Wyoming) 36.17
2. Alex Major (Indian Hill) 37.0
3. Dylan Stevens (Wyoming) 37.18
4. Garrett Innis (Indian Hill) 41.30
5. Henry Lewis (Mariemont) 42.08
6. Max Hobart (Mariemont) 42.26
The last 4 non-league matches of the regular season will be played in the first part of the week. Thursday will be the Division II Sectional tourney at Sharon Woods. More on that on Wednesday.
Indian Hill is 6-0 in the league & 11-1 overall. The Braves have won outright their 20th league title in a row. Wyoming (4-1, 10-6) is 2nd. Madeira (3-2, 9-3) is 3rd. Mariemont is 14-3 overall. Some results from this past week...
Indian Hill 5 Deer Park 0 (clinched outright title), Wyoming 4 Mariemont1, Madeira 4 Taylor 1, Taylor 4 Deer Park 1, Mariemont 4 Anderson 1, Indian Hill 4 Olentangy Liberty 1.
Stat Leaders (wins):
Singles - Grace Haffner (Mariemont) 15-3, AnnaClarie Lackney (Mariemont) 14-3, Yaitova Spiegel (Mariemont) 13-3, Morgan Coburn (Indian Hill) 10-0, Gracey Hirsch (Indian Hill) 9-1, Hayley Hirsch 8-0
Doubles - Annie Boster & Ellen Boster (Wyoming) 12-4, Janie Bortz & Emma Warple (Mariemont) 11-2, Lindsay Sasson & Marika Shoger (Wyoming) 11-4
There are 22 matches this week including the last 4 league matches. Next week will be the sectional tournament.
BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY
Indian Hill & Madeira went to the 9th Annual Centerville Saturday Night Lights meet. It was the first cross country meet in Ohio to be held under the lights. In the Boys' Championship race, Indian Hill was 7th. Many of the teams in the race were Division I. Joe Murdock was the top Brave's runner. Madeira was 20th in the Varsity A race. David Grimm was the top runner for the Mustangs.
At the New Richmond Invitational, Mariemont was 1st with 52 points. It was 30 better than 2nd place Batavia. Drew Goheen was 3rd for the Warriors. Alex Copetas was 7th, Buck Nolan 11th, Jack Ballard 14th, & Sean Reber 21st.
At the Seven Hills Invitational, Taylor was 1st with 85 points. Wyoming was 8th & Finneytown 9th. Brad Greene led the Yellowjackets with a 5th place finish. Nick Fox was 13th, Chase Grauel 22nd, Jacob Picklesimer 27th, & Nic Triplett 30th. Joel Steimle was the top Finneytown runner finishing 10th. Jacob Brewer was the top Wyoming runner, Nate Grant the top reading runner, & Will Maley the top Deer Park runner.
At the Hamilton Invitational, Taylor was 3rd. Greene was the top runner for the Yellowjackets.
Stat Leaders (Best 5 Kilometer Time):
1. Joe Murdock (Indian Hill) 16.17.1
2. Patrick Giroux (Indian Hill) 16:39.7
3. Ben Bayless (Indian Hill) 17.40.2
4. Drew Goheen (Mariemont) 17:09
5. Devin Heffernan (Indian Hill) 17:10
GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY
The Centerville Saturday Night Lights meet was the first one to be held under the lights. Indian Hill and Madeira attended this year. The Braves were 14th with their top runner being Amy Prugh. Madeira's top runner was Cossette Busch.
At the New Richmond Invitational, Mariemont was was 1st with 35 points. It was 34 better than 2nd place Blanchester. Erin Kelly led the Warriors with a 4th place finish. Marin Valentine was 5th place, Riley Dunne 7th, Kennedy McNeil 9th, & Sarah Feeney 10th.
At the Seven Hills Invitational, Taylor was 1st with 38 points. Wyoming was 3rd. Elizabeth Voss led the Yellowjackets with a 4th place finish. Rachel Hardtke was 5th, Taylor Howard 11th, Clare Forbes 15th, & Regan McDonald 19th. Linda Kirsch was the top Wyoming runner. MacKnezie Jones was the top Finneytown runner. Abi Bickers was the top Deer Park runner.
At the Hamilton Invitational, Taylor was 2nd. Voss was 4th, Hardtke 6th, & Hannah Korte 7th.
Stat Leaders (Best 5 Kilometer Time):
1. Whitley Elsass (Wyoming) 19:33
2. Riley Bahr (Wyoming) 19:49
3. Tiffany Chen (Wyoming) 19:49.1
4. Erin Kelly (Mariemont) 20:22
5. Lily Parker (Wyoming) 20:41.9
CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE
Tuesday, Mariemont & Taylor will be at the Kings Invitational. On Saturday, Madeira, Mariemont, & Taylor will be at the St. Xavier Invitational, one of the largest in Southwest Ohio. Also Saturday, Wyoming will be at the Kettering Fairmont Firebird Invitational
On a warm first day of fall, Wyoming boys' golf team won the Cincinnati Hills League Championship tourney, clinching the overall league title. For the Cowboys, it was their 4th CHL title in the last 5 years and their 11th overall in the CHL. Wyoming had a score of 315 for the 18 hole tourney at Glenview Golf Course. Mariemont was 2nd with a 328, one stroke better than 3rd place Indian Hill. That also gave the Warriors 2nd place overall in the league standings. Cooper Hausfeld of Wyoming was the medalist with a score of 72. Alex Major of Indian Hill was 2nd (76) & Dylan Stevens of Wyoming was 3rd with a 78. Besides Hausfeld & Stevens, the other members of the Cowboy team are Jack Fisher (81), Thomas Stickney (84), Zach Van Fossen (87), and Max Randman (88).
Team scores and individual results will be posted by Friday. Final league point totals are under the Final Standings link under Boys' Golf.