The Cincinnati Hills League values the health and well being of all of the families in our school communities.  We are implementing the following minimum mandatory standards to promote good health and hygiene in our facilities and at our contests.  We thank you in advance for your cooperation in following these guidelines.


  1. Spectators are to conduct a daily symptom check prior to leaving for a contest.
  2. Anyone experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, as defined by the CDC, should stay home.
  3. A facial covering must be worn by spectators at all times. A properly worn facial covering covers the nose, mouth and chin.
  4. Please wash your hands regularly and thoroughly and/or use hand sanitizer.
  5. Six feet social-distancing must be maintained while entering and exiting the facility.
  6. Family and household members should sit together socially-distanced from other individuals/family/household groups.

Seating capacities are being limited due to the pandemic and the Governor’s orders.  Please understand seating and ticket sales may be limited to immediate family of the participants only.  Due to these factors, all CHL Middle School Volleyball matches will only be open to the host school’s spectators.  If there are any other limitations to spectators, each school will release that information.

The CHL Boys' Golf Championships were held at The Mill Course on Monday.  Indian Hill won the tournament and ended up being league co-champs with Madeira.  The match on Monday ended being a close one. Team scores in high school golf are the scores of four players.  Most teams play with six golfers.  When the scores were tallied Indian Hill & Madeira were tied at 316 each.  It came down to the 5th golfer for each team.  The Brave's Wyatt Higgins ended up with 86 which broke the tie.  Not only were the team scores tied for 1st, there was a tie score after 18 holes for the medalist.  Peter Sheakley (Indian Hill) & Brandon Conner (Madeira) each had a par 72.  The two went to a sudden death play-off to see who would be the medalist.  For Sheakley, it was the second time this season he was in a sudden death place for medalist honors in a CHL match.  At the league preview Sheakley & Tom Buchert (Mariemont) battled 5 holes before Buchert finally won.  This time it was different.  Sheakley won after only one hole.  Buchert & Eddie Hurting tied for 3rd with scores of 75 each. Andrew Getgey (Mariemont) was 5th with a 76. Besides Sheakley & Higgins, the other scorers for Indian Hill were Alex Holzafel (78), Kyle Innis (83), & Will Heekin (83).    Based on points, Indian Hill & Madeira each had 26 points for the season.  Mariemont was 3rd in the league with 23 points. Complete team scores & individual results for the tournament are posted. 

Boys' Golf champion will be decide this week.  All fall sports are still going well. All stat leaders are posted.  Complete stats can be found under each sport's link.
Red - League Champ Determined.

Check out below the story on the football season & playoffs.
Indian Hill & Wyoming are 4-0 in league & overall. Wyoming has a 45 game regular season win streak going, longest currently in Ohio. Three teams are 2-2.

In our SID Game of the Week, Wyoming's defense came up big for the 4th game in a row, downing Deer Park 35-7.  CJ Hester had a career high 200 yards rushing  with scoring runs of 6, 17, & 12 yards.  Beau Thomas had a 52 yard  touchdown & Brennan Pagan a 36 yard score.  Deer Park's only TD was  a Dearis Thomas run.

Taylor and Madeira had the closest game of the season so far.  madeira scored first on a Sam Autry to Alex Krikorian 34 yard pass.  Jack Hanley 's PAT made it 7-0 Mustangs.  Autry had his 2nd TD pass of the night to Max Autry for 19 yards.  Hanley's PAT gave Madeira a 14-0 lead in the 3rd quarter.  The Yellowjackets got on score board on a Jackson Gargano 5 yard run & a Johnny Kearns PAT.  In the 4th quarter, Jose Gonzalez 5 yard scoring run close the score to 1 point.  The Yellowjackets went for the 2 point PAT and Gonzalez was successful, giving Taylor the 15-14 win.

Indian Hill has played 4 games and are averaging just under 50 points a game.  The Braves had their second shut-out of the season 53-0 over Reading.  QB Ty Thornton had a season high 3 TD passes in a game; Mateo Lopez 21 yards, Luke Folke 37 yards, & Charlie Sumerel 31 yards.  Sumerel rushed for 145 yards & had rushes of 70 & 35 yards for scores.  Thornton had a 7 yard TD run.  Luke Hammond scored on a 47 yard punt return.  Robbie Gutton had a 14 yard touchdown.

Mariemont scored 35 1st quarter points to won to a 45-23 win over Finneytown.  warrior quarterback Andrew Glassmeyer threw for 2 TDS and rush for 2 more.  His touchdown passes were to Max Megowen for 68 yards & Jack Borgerding for 5 yards.  Glassmeyer had scoring runs of 3 & 5 yards.  Jack McCloskey had TD runs of 32 & 12 yards.  Conner Souders had a 27 yard field goal and was 6 for 6 in PAT kicks.  We did not get any stats for Finneytown.

Stat Leaders 

Quarterback - Andrew Glassmeyer (Mariemont) 61-107 772 yards 8 TD passes, Ty Thornton (Indian Hill) 7 TD passes
Rushing - Jose Gonzalez (Taylor) 518 yards
Receiving - Yards - Luke Hammond (Indian Hill) 344 yards  Catches - Jacob Sweigard (Taylor) 26
Scoring - Charlie Sumerel (Indian Hill) 54 points
Kick Scoring - Luke Folke (indian Hill) 24 points ,18-18 PATs 2-2 Field Goals 

Sacks - Harry Hilvert (Taylor) 6.5
Interceptions - Charlie DiGennaro (Indian HIll) 3
Fumble Recoveries - Dearis Thomas (Deer Park) 2, John Nolan (Madeira) 2

We have no SID Game of the Week, but two games will be on TV.  Madeira at Deer Park will be on Star64.  Mariemont at Reading will be on ICRC TV.  Other games will be Taylor at Indian Hill & Finneytown at Wyoming.

Wyoming is 6-0 in the league & 8-3 overall.  Wyoming's league win streak is at 146 in a row.  Madeira is 5-1 in the league & 8-2 overall.  Indian Hill is 7-3 overall & Taylor 6-4.
Some Results From Last Week....
Madeira over Clermont Northeastern (4 games) - Carley Scott had 18 kills & Marielle Thon 12.
Wyoming over Oak Hills (4) - Ally Cordes 29 kills, 19 digs
Taylor over Talawanda (4) - Josie Niemeyer 13 kills 14 digs

Stat Leaders
Kills - Ally Cordes (Wyoming) 207

Digs - Bailey Koebbe (Reading) 181
Blocks - Zoie Mayberry (Wyoming) 41, Michaela Beiting (Indian Hill) 39
Serving Aces - Claire Kraft (Wyoming) 29, Hannah Beiting (Indian Hill) 28, Kate Mangan (Indian Hill) 27

There will be 14 matches this week, Eight of them league.  

Mariemont is 3-0-0 in the league & 9-0-0 overall.  Madeira (2-1-0, 5-1-1), Taylor (2-1-0, 5-4-1), & Finneytown (2-1-0, 3-3-1) are tied for 2nd. Wyoming is 5-2-0 overall.
Some Results From Last Week......
Taylor 2 Batavia 0 - Sammy Linville 2 goals. Richard Cordrey shut-out.
Reading 4 Madison 0 - Zach Schueler 3 goals.  Jakob Allen shut-out

Stat Leaders
Points - Prabin Bista (Finneytown) 20, Luke Brothers (Mariemont) 19, Sammy Linville (Taylor) 19
Goals - Prabin Bista 10
Assists - Luke Brothers 7, Cobey Hausfeld (Wyoming) 6
Shut Outs - Sam Jacquemin (Wyoming) 5, Ryan Kincaid (Taylor) 3, Maddox Miller (Mariemont) 3

There will be 11 games this week.  Five of them will be league games.  A big league game Tuesday will be Finneytown at Mariemont.

Mariemont (3-0-0, 5-0-2) is in 1st place.  Indian Hill (2-1-0, 4-3-1), Madeira (2-1-0, 4-3-2) & Taylor (2-1-0, 6-2-0) are tied for 2nd.  Reading is 7-3-0 overall.
Some Results From Last Week.....
Finneytown 6 Middletown Christian 2 - Hannah Yeazel 3 goals and Josie Pickens 2 goals & 1 assist.
Reading 2 Seven Hills 1 - Payton Koebbe & Olivia Simpson 1 goal each.
Wyoming 2 Clinton Massie 0 - Allie Mouch & Alexis Taylor 1 goal each.  Maggie Fitzpatric & Bri Lowery combined for the shut-out.

Stat Leaders

Points - Payton Koebbe (Reading) 33
Goals - Payton Koebbe 14
Assists - Olivia Simpson 12
Shut Outs - Ericka Dewey (Mariemont) 4, Donna Bundy (Taylor) 3

There will be 11 games this week. Four league games will be Wednesday. A big league game will be Madeira at Taylor.

Indian Hill is 3-0 in the league & 9-2 overall.  Tied for 2nd are Mariemont (2-1, 13-3) & Wyoming (2-1, 10-3).  Taylor is 11-5 overall.

Some Results From Last Week....
Mariemont 5 Mt. Notre Dame 0
Madeira 3 New Richmond 2
Wyoming 5 Ursuline "B" 0

Stat Leaders (wins)
Singles - Danielle Gerth (Taylor) 13-3, Kate Taaylor (Wyoming) 11-6, Sydney Evans (Wyoming) 10-1, Sophie Dick (Wyoming) 10-2, Claire Soller (Mariemont) 9-4, Natalie Swope (Taylor) 9-6
Doubles - Kaitlin Bucher/Peyton Wells (Taylor) 10-4, Lucy Neville/Caroline Soller (Mariemont) 5-0, Emma Childs/Juliann Scott (Taylor) 4-0, Hannah Howard/Juliann Scott (Taylor) 4-4, Abigail Palmer/Kaitlynn Teng (Madeira) 4-4

There are 6 matches this week. A big league match Wednesday will be Wyoming at Indian Hill.  A Indian Hill win would clinch the CHL title.

The league champ is decided on a point system  One point is given for each team you beat in the league preview.  Two points are given for each team you beat during the regular season.  Two points are given for each team you beat in the league championship
Points Totals - Madeira 16, Mariemont 15, Indian Hill 14
Madeira is 16-1, Indian Hill is 14-3, & Mariemont 11-2 overall.
Some Results From Last Week....
Madeira won the Middletown Christian Invitational with a 4 player score of 308.  Brandon Conner was 3rd overall.  Luke Isgrig was 4th & Eddie Hartung 7th.
Indian Hill 162 Summit Country Day 176
Taylor 198 Norwood 231

Stat Leaders (9 Hole Average)
1. Brandon Connor (Madeira)       36.19
2. Peter Sheakley (Indian Hill)     36.40

3. Tom Burchert (Mariemont)      37.83

4. Clay Van Fossen (Wyoming)   38.38
5. Drew Seichter (Mariemont)    38.61
6. Andrew Getgey (Mariemont)  38.83
7. Wyatt Higgins (Indian Hill)      39.88

There are 6 dual matches this week.  Tuesday, the last league match will be Taylor at Wyoming at the Wyoming Golf Course.  Monday will be the CHL Championships.  It will take place at The Mill Course.  First tee times will be 9:00.

Girls' golf will be a league sport with some changes.  There will be no regular season matches.  The league championship & all league selections will be decided with a 18 hole championship.  Four schools have teams: Indian Hill, Madeira, Taylor, & Wyoming.
Wyoming is 9-1.

Some Results From Last Week....
No results from last week

Stat Leaders (9 Hole Average) 
1. Sophia Dulin (Wyoming)              41.8
2. Samara Dulin (Wyoming)             43.7
3. Piper Isgrig (Indian Hill)               47.0
4. Mary Helen Strasser (Taylor)     48.0

5. Mady Kahn (Indian Hill)               49.7
    Sophie Chabris (Indian Hill)        49.7

There will be 7 dual matches this week. 

Indian Hill & Wyoming were at the Eaton Invitational, held at Fort St. Clair Park. Both teams were in the Varsity Gold race.  Finneytown & Reading (boys only) were at the Milford Invitational, held at Valley View Nature Center.  Madeira boys traveled to Louisville for the Trinity/Valkyrie Invitational.  It is the oldest cross country meet in Kentucky and was held at Tom Sawyer State Park.


At Eaton, Wyoming was 3rd & Indian Hill 6th.  Emma Begman (Wyoming) was 8th out of 77 runners.  Hayden Withers (Indian Hill) was 10th & Sylvia Coyle (Wyoming) was 11th.
At Milford, Jessica Sanders was 14th out of 141 runners.

Stat leaders (5K Times) 
1. Lily Bauer (Mariemont)                    19:13
2. Elizabeth Whaley (Indian Hill)       19:38
3. Jessica sanders (Finneytown)      19:46
4. Claire Leroy (Madeira)                    20:30

5. Monica Dart (Taylor)                      20:46
6. Hayden Withers                                20:51

At Eaton, Indian Hill was 4th & Wyoming 5th.  Liam Morris (Indian Hill) was 12th out of 92 runners.  Nico Arrajo (Wyoming) was 14th.

At Milford, Johnny Powers was the top runner for Reading.  Brennan Jones was the top runner for Finneytown.
The Trinity/Valkyrie invite is not only the oldest in Kentucky, but one of the largest.  Ethan Henry (Madeira) was 36th out of 549 runners.  Teammate Jacob Gaffney was 58th.

Stat Leaders (5K Times) 
1. Jacob Gaffney (Madeira)       16:31
2. Ethan Henry (Madeira)          16:39
2. Sam Beeler (Mariemont)       16:44

4. Calvin Busch (Madeira)          17:16
5. Brock Shults (Madeira)          17:22
6. Bennett Turan (Mariemont)  17:25

Tuesday, Taylor will be at the Hamilton Big Blue Challenge at Forrest Run Metro Park.  Saturday, Finneytown & Wyoming will be at the Princeton Invitational at the Landmark Campus.  Also Saturday, Deer Park, Indian Hill, Reading, & Taylor will be at the Seven Hills Invitational at seven Hills Upper School.

Here are league teams in the state polls.

Boys' Soccer
Division II
5. Wyoming
Division III
1. Mariemont, 4. Madeira
Girls' Soccer
Division III
5. Mariemont, 15. Madeira
Boys' Cross Country
Division II
11. Madeira, 16. Mariemont
Girls' Cross Country
Division II
20. Mariemont
Division III
13. Madeira
Division IV
2. Indian Hill, 3. Wyoming
Division II
3. Indian Hill
Division II
19. Wyoming

A few years ago, we had a story on a Mariemont track & field family.  Now we have a story on a Reading soccer family.  It will start with dad.  Bill Simpson is in his 17th year as a head coach of Reading soccer.  He spent 15 years as the boys’ head coach (2004-2018) and 6 years as the girls’ head coach (2015-present).  Four of those years he was the head coach of both varsity teams.  Bill has had experience as a soccer player himself.  He went to Lakota High School (before East & West) where he was 1st Team All State player.  He still holds the career goals (63) and assists (48) records at Lakota.  Along with that, he holds the school single game record with 5 goals & 5 assists.  Simpson was inducted into the Lakota Athletic Hall of Fame in 2000.  He played college soccer at Southern California College.  Bill is a three time CHL and Southwest District Coach of the Year and was State Coach of the Year in 2015.  Soccer is definitely a family affair with the Simpsons.  Two sons and two daughters have followed dad’s footsteps, all of them at Reading.  Oldest son Kyle played for his dad from 2007-2010.  He was the CHL Player of the Year in 2010 and is a two time All State selection.  Kyle led the league in assists (27) his senior year.  He played college soccer at Mt. Vernon Nazarene University.  Fast forward to today.  Three Simpsons are currently playing varsity soccer at Reading.  Freshman Ian is a starting center mid for the boys’ team.  His twin sister Chelsea, along with Sophomore Olivia are currently in the top five in the league in points scored. Bill is currently coaching his daughters.  You might say that the fall season is a busy time in the Simpson household.  Congratulations to the Simpson family on past successes and good luck for future successes.

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