You might say we are in the "heart" of the fall season. Boys' golf league championship has been decided. Stat leaders are posted. Complete stats are posted under sport's link.
Red means league champion decided.
Story Under Construction (cross country results)...

Deer Park, Madeira, Mariemont, & Wyoming are all 3-0.  Wyoming has now won 34 straight regular season games and 18 in row overall.

Wyoming got a scare in it's 34 
straight regular season win streak at Mt. Healthy.  The Owl's defense was tough all night.  Wyoming managed a 2nd quarter 5 yard touchdown pass from Evan Prater to Elijah McGee.  AJ Washienko made it 7-0 in at the half.  Mt. Healthy tied the game in the 3rd quarter.  It stayed that way until the 4th quarter.  With time expired, Washienko kicked a 32 yard field goal for a 10-7 Cowboy win.

After being held to a pair of field goals last week, Indian Hill offense was on fire this week.  The Braves scored 36 points in the first half to go on to a 64-0 win over Aiken. Three different Indian Hill quarterbacks had touchdown passes.  Tre Lopez had scoring passes to Luke Hammond for 8 & 33 yards.  Hammond had TD pass to Amari Whitehead for 79 yards & had an interception return for 33 yards. Will Schneider had a scoring pass to Charlie DiGennero for 7 yards.  Lopez had scoring runs of 11 & 15 yards.  Luke Lundberg had a 21 yard field goal.  Robbie Guttman finished up the Indian Hill scoring with two touchdown runs of 8 yards each.

Madeira had their third blow out win of the season, 39-6 over Purcell Marian.  Sam Autry was 18 for 23 passing for 394 yards.  He had TD passes to Ryan Hamm for 58 yards and Lee Megois for 17 & 83 yards.  Johnathan Thiele had scoring runs of 4 & 2 yards. Jack Hanley had a 27 yard field goal. Jack Flanagan was given credit for a safety.

Deer Park recorded their 2nd shut out in a row with a 41-0 win over Miami Valley Christian.  Tre Munson had scoring passes to GiMarion Jones for 7 & 12 yards.  Munson scored on a 3 yard run.  Deshaun McEntire had scoring runs of 50 & 12 yards.  Jones had a 35 yard touchdown run and scored a 2 point conversion.

After two close games, Mariemont cruise to a 41-6 win over Shroder.  Seth Greene had 182 yards rushing and TD runs of 1, 32,1, & 74 yards.  Luke Robinson had a 1 yard touchdown run.  Andrew Glasmeyer threw a TD pass to Jack Borgerding for 17 yards.  

Taylor got their first win of the season 28-16 over Cincinnati College Prep.  Ben Hilvert had two scoring runs of 3 yards  each.  Gage Hall had a TD pass to Jacob Sweigard for 17 yards.  Hall scored on a 20 yard run.  Brannon Dreyer was 4 for 4 in PAT kicks.

Summit Country beat Reading 33-0.

Stat Leaders:  

Quarterback - Sam Autry (Madeira) 46-60 815 yards 8 TD passes
Rushing - Seth Greene (Mariemont) 334
Receiving Yards - Ryan Hamm (Madeira) 431
Receptions - Ryan Hamm 17
Scoring  - Ryan Hamm 36 points, Tre Lopez (indian Hill) 36 points
Kick Scoring - Luke Lundberg (Indian Hill) 13/14 PAT 3/4 FG 22 points
Sacks - Harry Hilvert (Taylor) 3.5, David Ryu (Indian Hill) 3.0
Interceptions - Charlie DiGennero (Indian Hill) 2, Luke Hammond (indian Hill) 2, More Johnson (Deer Park) 2
Fumble Recoveries - Cody Stidham (Deer Park) 2, Colin Stidham (Deer Park) 2

League play starts this week.  Madeira will be at Finneytown, Mariemont at Taylor, & Wyoming at Reading.  Our SID Game of the Week is Indian Hill at Deer Park.  In 3 games, Deer Park has scored 98 points and given up 8.  Indian Hill has had two big blow outs but was held to 2 field goals against McNicholas. This game has potential to be high scoring and could come down to the last possession.


Indian Hill is 7-0 in the league & 11-1 overall.  Wyoming is 6-0 in the league & 9-2 overall.  The Cowboys league win streak is now 132 in a row.  Reading is 6-5 overall & Mariemont 6-4.
Some Results From Last Week:
Finneytown over St. Bernard 4 games, Wyoming over Ross 3 games, Indian Hill over Summit Country Day 5 games

Stat Leaders: 
Kills - Hunter Fry (Indian Hill) 172
Digs - Erin Androne (Reading) 194
Assists - Ines Grom (Wyoming) 336
Blocks - Hunter Fry 45
Serving Aces - Elizabeth Koehne (Finneytown) 28, Kathy Ning (Indian Hill) 43

There are 16 matches this week, 9 of them league.  Tuesday will have a big league match.  Indian Hill will be at Wyoming.


Wyoming  is 3-0-0 in the league & 9-0-0 overall.  The Cowboys have outscored their opponents 36-2.  Indian Hill is also 2-0-1 in the league & they are 3-1-2 overall.  Finneytown (2-1-0 , 5-2-0) & Taylor (2-1-0, 6-2-1) are tied for 3rd. Mariemont 5-2-2 overall.
Some Results From Last Week:
Wyoming 3 Chaminade Julienne 0 - Austin Snowden shut out
Mariemont 5 CHCA 1 - Kyle Croll 2 goals
Taylor 8 Blanchester 0 - Luca Rathie a hat trick plus 1 (4 goals), Matt Hibbard shut out

Stat Leaders: 
Points - Jesus Martin (Finneytown) 28, Bennett Weiherer (Taylor) 27
Goals - Jesus Martin 12, Bennett Weiherer 12
Assists - Sammy Linville (Taylor) 8
Shut Outs - Austin Snowden (Wyoming) 7

There are 11 games this week.  Tuesday will be 4 league games.

Indian Hill & Wyoming are 2-0-1 in league play.  Indian Hill 5-1-1 overall & Wyoming 6-2-1.  Taylor is 2-1-0 in leaguer play & 6-1-0 overall.  Reading is 6-4-0 overall
Some Results From Last Week:

Wyoming 2 Fenwick 1 - Alexis Taylor 2 goals
Taylor 10 Blanchester 0 - Drew Kantz 2 goals, Ashley Bucher 2 goals
Deer Park 8 Middletown Christian 0 - Lauren Haglin 2 goals, Kenzie Schneeman 2 goals, Elizabeth Watson & JJ Fischer combined shut out

Stat Leaders: 
Points - Lydia Jervier (Wyoming) 29
Goals - Lydia Jervier 12
Assists - Olivia Simpson (Reading) 8
Shut Outs - Maggie Fitzpatric (Wyoming) 3

There are 13 games this week.  Four league games will be Wednesday.  

Indian Hill is  2-0 in the league & 14-2 overall.  Mariemont is 2-1 in the league & 10-2 overall. Wyoming is 8-4 overall.
Some Results From Last Week:
Indian Hill with a big win over state ranked D1 Olentangy Liberty 3-2, Wyoming3 Mason "B" 2, Indian Hill 3 Mariemont 2, Mariemont 3 Wyoming 2

Stat Leaders (Wins): 
Sydney Evans (Wyoming) 10-1, Jessica August (Indian Hill) 8-1,Peyton Osha (Wyoming) 8-2, Kate Taylor (Mariemont) 8-4, Bella Kirby (Indian Hill) 7-0
Callie O'Dell/Jenny Zhang (Indian Hill) 6-3, Olivia Dick/Sophia Dick (Wyoming) 6-4, Erin Day/Peyton Wells (Taylor) 5-2

There are 8 matches Monday - Wednesday.  One league match will be Tuesday.  Indian Hill will be at Taylor.  A Braves victory will clinch at least as tie for the league title.


The league championship is decided by points.  Teams get one point for each team they beat at the league preview.  Two points are given for regular season 9 hole win and two points for each team they beat at the league championship. 
Mariemont has 28 points, Wyoming 23, & Indian Hill 22.  The Warriors clinched the league title, their first since 1997 and only the 2nd overall in the CHL.  In dual meets, Indian Hill is 13-5, Mariemont is 10-2, Madeira 9-3, Wyoming 8-2.
Some Results From Last Week:
Mariemont won the Middleton Christian Invitational with a score of 319

Stat leaders Nine Hole Average: 
1. Jack Neville (Mariemont) 35.72
2. Thomas Stickney (Wyoming) 38.08
3. Peter Sheakley (Indian Hill) 38.10

4. Tom Burhart (Mariemont) 39.5
5. Sam Randman (Wyoming) 39.91
6. Andrew Getgey (Mariemont) 39.94

There are 12 matches this week.  The last league match will be Monday when Wyoming meets Madeira Carmargo Country Club.

Girls' golf in the CHL is a non league sport.  Four league schools have teams; Indian Hill, Madeira, Taylor, & Wyoming.  Indian Hill is coming back after last playing in 2015.  The website will have the schedules, win-lost records, and nine hole stats.
Wyoming is 9-3 in dual matches and Taylor is 4-3.
Some Results From Last Week:
Taylor 212 Little Miami 226
Wyoming 194 Princeton 223

Stat Leaders Nine Hole Average: 

1. Victory Lee (Wyoming) 40.4
2. Samara Dulin (Wyoming) 44.4
3. Sophia Dulin (Wyoming) 45.2
4. Annabelle Walton (Wyoming) 47.0
5. Mary Helen Strasser (Taylor) 50,0
    Piper Isgrig (Indian Hill) 50.0
There will be 6 dual matches this week.  Wednesday, the first ever CHL: Golf Championship will be held at Sharon Woods.  The first tee times are at 1:40.  Golfers from Indian Hill, Madeira, Mariemont, Reading, Taylor & Wyoming will compete.  All league selections will be made from the tourney results.

to be posted......


Stat Leaders (Best 5K Times): 
1. Lily Bauer (Mariemont) 18:38
2. Tiffany Chen (Wyoming) 19:04
3. Elizabeth Whaley (Indian Hill) 19:26

4. Hayden Withers (Indian Hill) 19:38
5. Elysie Kelly (Mariemont) 20:02
6. Sylvia Coyle (Wyoming) 20:05
7. Elyse Kelly (Mariemont) 20:40


Stat Leaders (Best 5K Times): 
1. Alex Galbraith (Indian Hill) 16:14
2. Dylan Whitson (Madeira) 16:34
3. Diego Arredondo (Madeira) 16:35
4. Nate Grant (Reading) 16:53
5. Sam Beeler (Mariemont) 16:54
6. Nick Lake (Taylor) 16:55.3

Tuesday, Taylor will be at the Hamilton Big Blue Challenge, held at Forest Run Metropark.  Saturday, Deer Park, Finneytown, Reading, & Taylor will be at the Seven Hills Invitational. Saturday evening, Indian Hill & Madeira will be at the Saturday Night Lights at Centerville High School.  It is the oldest night cross country meet in Ohio.

Mariemont broke Wyoming's four year league win streak. winning the CHL Championship tourney and clinching the  league title.  The Warriors scored 319 points in the tournament. That was 8 strokes better than runner-up Wyoming.  Indian Hill was 3rd with 331 points.  Peter Sheakley of Indian Hill was medalist with a score of 73.  Jack Neville of Mariemont was 2nd with a 74 & Sam Black of Wyoming 3rd (76).  The top three received medals as did the winning Warrior team.  The three other scorers for Mariemont were Tom Burchart (78 4th place), Andrew Getgey (79 5th place), & Will Glassmeyer 88.  The other two Mariemont players to get medals were Max Northrop & Ethan Murray, along with Coach Darrell Calloway.  Tyler Heekin of Indian Hill was 6th with a 81.  Tied for 7th were Thomas Stickney (Wyoming), Brandon Conner (Madeira), & Adriann DeLange (Wyoming), all with a score of 82.  Sam Randman & Clay Van Fossen from Wyoming were tied for 9th with 87s.  
The league champ is based on points.  One point is given for each preview team beaten, two points for regular season matches, and two points each team you beat in the league championship.  Thirty points is maximum you can get. Two regular season matches still have to be played but as of the league championship day, here are the point totals:
Mariemont 28, Wyoming 23, Indian Hill 20, Madeira 14, Taylor 11, Reading 3, Finneytown 2.
 Complete league championship results will posted under the golf link in the next couple of days.

Indian Hill tennis had a big win Saturday with a famous player in attendance.  The Warriors defeated Columbus Academy 3-2.  Watching the match was WTA Tennis Professional Caty McNally from Madeira.  Caty had a great run in the US Open where she played Serena Williams to the wire on national TV.  Indian Hill was ranked by as the preseason #1 Division II team in Ohio.  Columbus Academy was 4th rank.  The match marked the return of co captain Hayley Hirsch to the Braves line up.  She teamed up with Bella Kirby to beat the best player in Ohio Sidney Ratliff & doubles partner Lauren Motta in straight sets 6-4, 6-2.  Other Indian Hill winners were Jenny Zhang in #3 singles, as well as Callie O'Dell & Hannah Pollock in #2 doubles.  The Braves big win was achieved while still waiting for co captain Morgan Coburn's return from injury.  She has begun working out with the team and appears close to returning to the singles lineup.  Coach Gary Samuels said that "Everyone one of our players has contributed immensely while our team was missing three players."

The Braves will have a home match on Thursday with Olentangy Liberty, the 4th ranked preseason Division I team in Ohio.  Their first two league matches of the year will be Monday & Tuesday against Madeira & Mariemont.  The Braves have not lost a league match since 2003.

The Cincinnati Hills League is currently accepting applications for the position of Soccer Assignor for boys and girls soccer.  Previous or current experience serving as an assignor for officials is preferred.
Interested applicants should email a letter of interest and resume of related experience to Matt Haskamp, Personnel Chair for the CHL, at .  Applications must be received by September 19, 2019.

Check the link above for coaching positions available in the CHL.

The 22nd Annual Skyline Chili Crosstown football showcase will involved three CHL teams this year. There are 36 schools & 18 games in Southwestern Ohio, Eastern Indiana, & Northern Kentucky. It is one the largest & longest running football showcases in America. A total of 25 of the 36 teams qualified for post season last year.  Interesting enough, the CHL schools will play in week one and week ten of the season. In week one, Reading gets the season started hosting Purcell Marian.  In week ten, Indian Hill will be at Wyoming.  This game numerous times in the last few years has determined the league title.

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