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Two baseball teams have made it to the sectional finals.  Wyoming plays McNicholas Tuesday and Madeira plays Clermont Northeastern on Monday.  In the Cowboys 2-0 win over Clinton Massie, Thomas Stickney pitched a no hitter.  Friday, the final league make up game of the season will be Madeira at Deer Park.

Friday, Deer Park will be playing Brookville in the D3 softball district finals.  On Saturday, Taylor will be playing Greenville in the D2 softball district finals.

In girls' lacrosse, three teams have home games in the regional semi-finals on Saturday.  Indian Hill meets Seton, Mariemont meets Cincinnati Country Day, & Wyoming meets Turpin.  In boys' lacrosse, three teams also have made the regional finals, that will be played on Monday.  Wyoming will be at Mariemont and Indian Hill hosts the winner of Turpin-Summit Country Day.

In two days of track & field districts, 18 league athletes & 6 relay teams have advanced to the regional meet.  See district story for more information.  Yvonne Colson had an outstanding district meet.  The Madeira sophomore thrower set Division III district & school records in winning the Discus (130'3) & Shot Put (38'7).  The district discus record was previous set in 1984.  The shot put record was 21 years old and, interesting enough, was previously held by Brandy Davis of Madeira.  Running finals are Saturday at New Richmond.


Two Doubles teams are going to the state meet in Boys' Tennis.  They still have semi-finals and finals to play at the district level, but four teams will advance.  Congratulations to Joe Kelly & Mark Keller from Wyoming and Tejas Pisati & Mack Ellis from Indian Hill.

Anna Podojil of Indian Hill has received many honors in her high school career.  She can another one.  Anna was a monthly winner for Penn Station Athlete of the Month.  She was selected as the Penn Station Athlete of the Year.

The last weekly update is right below the five stories that can be viewed.  All sports trophy is complete for the year.  We will be getting the track & field league championships results and all league for track & field posted by end of the weekend.  The updated track & field records from the meet last week are posted.

SID NOTE - We had some very sad news on Wednesday when police found the body of Madeira grad Alex Cedillo in a wooded area of Indian Hill.  When I was a coach at Reading, I knew Alex through the track & field program.  My thoughts go out to the Cedillo family and the Madeira community.


Two Doubles teams from the CHL made it to the district semi finals in Division II Boys Tennis.  The two teams played each other in one of the semi-final matches.  Freshman Tejas Pisati & senior Mack Ellis of Indian Hill beat senior Joe Kelly & freshman Mark Keller of Wyoming 6-2, 6-3.  Pisati & Ellis won the district championship 6-4, 7-6 over Cincinnati Country Day.  Kelly & Keller won 3rd place with a 6-4, 7-6 win over Miami Valley School.  Indian Hill & Wyoming move on to the state tourney.

The Division II State Championships will be Friday & Saturday at the Lindner Family Tennis Center.  The first two rounds on Friday begin at 9:00 am.  The semi-finals and finals on Saturday also begin at 9:00 am.

Lacrosse Region 8 games are moving to the semi-finals.

Girls'
Wyoming beat Turpin 18-7.   Mariemont beat Cincinnati Country Day 20-6.  Wyoming will be at Mariemont Tuesday at 5:30.  Indian Hill beat Seton 21-12.  The Braves will be at Summit Country Day Tuesday.

Boys'
Mariemont, #1 seed, beat Bishop Fenwick 21-1. In two games, the Warriors have outscore their opponents 47-2!  Wyoming, #6 seed, beat #5 CHCA 9-3. They will take on Mariemont on Monday at 7:00.  Number 2 seed Indian Hill beat Talawanda 19-3.  They have outscored their opponents in two games 38-3.  The Braves will host Turpin on Monday at 7:00. 

Softball 

Division II
Taylor lost to Greenville 2-0 in the district final.  The 
Yellowjackets finished the season 24-4 and a district runner-up trophy.

Division III
Deer Park lost to Brookville 12-2 in the district final.  The Wildcats finished the season 19-4 and a district runner-up trophy.

Baseball 

Division II
Cincinnati 2
Number 5 Wyoming beat #7 Clinton Massie 2-0.  Thomas Stickney had a no hitter.  The Cowboys will play McNicholas in the sectional final Tuesday at Milford High School.  

Division III
Cincinnati 3
Number 5 Madeira beat Mariemont 3-0. The Mustangs will be at Clermont Northeastern on Monday in the sectional final.

As predicted, several league athletes qualified for the regional track & field championships.  We will have the full run down on all of the Saturday qualifiers later on Sunday.  Congratulations to Indian Hill for repeating what the did last week in the league championship in sweeping the district championship.  The girls scored 146.5 points and boys 95 points.

Regional qualifiers from Tuesday:
Girls Divison II
High Jump - 1. Marin Valentine (Mariemont) 5'3
Long Jump - 4. Louisa Klaserner (Indian Hill) 15'4
Shot Put - 1. Clarie Carmichael (Wyoming) 33'9.5

Boys Division II
High Jump - Tied 2. Luke Henke (Wyoming), Gabriel Bunton (Wyoming) 6'2
Long Jump - 1. Davis Swallow (Indian Hill) 21'6.75
Shot Put - 4. Preston Williams (Finneytown) 42'9.5
Discus - 1. Matt Briedis (Indian Hill) 134'4, 3. Eli Cupp (Wyoming) 128'11
Pole Vault - 2. Ike Wickstrom (Wyoming) 11'4, 4. Mark Schueler (Reading) 10'6

Regional qualifiers from Thursday:
Girls Division II
4 x 800 Relay - 1. Indian Hill 9:45.55, 2. Wyoming 10:12.28, 4. Taylor 10:26.77
Girls Division III
Discus - 1. Yvonne Colson (Madeira) 130'3 (district record), 3. Morgan Bayer (Deer Park) 89'9
Shot Put - Yvonne Colson 38'7 (district record)
Boys Division II
4 X 800 Relay - 1. Indian Hill 8:16.11, 2. Madeira 8:17.27, 4. Taylor 8:46.51
Boys' Division III
Discus - 3. Kevin Cao (Deer Park) 127'6
Shot Put - 1. Colin Colyer (Deer Park) 44'6.5
Long Jump - 1. Julian Anderson (Deer Park) 19'8, 4. David Bilbrey (Deer Park) 18'2.5


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