Two girls from the CHL had memorable opening games this season in basketball.
Nia McCormick of Finneytown scored 35 points in the Wildcat win over Cincinnati College Prep. She set a school record for most points in a game.
Ellie Schaub scored 25 points in the Indian Hill opener against Northwest, Schaub pass the 1000 point mark for a career.
Congratulations to Nia & Ellie for their milestones!
This is the first full week of scheduled contest for all winter sports. Stat leaders will be posted in two weeks. Stats can be found under each sports' links.
Madeira is 3-1, 2-0 in the league. Mariemont is 2-0 overall. Results from last week:
Finneytown 59 Cincinnati College Prep 28 Nia McCormick a school record 35 points. She also had 9 steals. Alexia Bonds added 17 points.
Northwest 59 Indian Hill 50 Ellie Schuab had 25 points to join the 100 career point club. Maddie Antenucci had 13 points & 10 rebounds.
Mariemont 36 McNicholas 33. After opening the game on a 12-1 run, the Warriors had to come from behind to win the game. Rebekah Justice had a triple double. Justice had 13 points, 10 rebounds, & 10 blocks. Ashley Rothert had 13 rebounds.
Three Amazon players scored in double figures as Madeira down Deer Park 66-33. Marin Kline led the scoring with 16 points. Nary Englert had 14 points & 7 steals and Molly Buzek added12 points. Samantha Scheetz had 12 points for the Wildcats.
There are 10 games this week. Seven league games will be played on Wednesday & Saturday.
Indian Hill, Madeira, & Mariemont all won their opening games. Results from last week:
In an ICRC TV broadcast, defending co-champ Indian Hill took off where the left off last year in the CHL downing Reading 75-45. Two Braves broke the 20 point mark. Collin Shaw had 25 points & 10 rebounds. Marco Fiore had 21 points with 4 three pointers. Jaden Orr led the Blue Devils with 17 points.
Madeira beat Clark Montessori 59-40. Jack Cravaack had a career high 30 points. Cravaack also had 11 rebounds. Kyle Johnson added 12 points.
Mariemont had a 19-6 run in the 3rd quarter as the Warriors beat New Richmond 46-33. Charlie Tripp had 19 points and Andrew Hall 13 points. Jacob Trester had 16 rebounds.
There are 12 games this week, 4 league on Friday. A big early match-up will be defending co-champs Indian Hill & Wyoming at Wyoming.
Reading was tied for 10th at the Franklin Invitational. Issia Johnson-Sienou was 3rd in the 138 weight class.
There are 7 matches involving CHL teams this week. On Tuesday, Kings will be at Indian Hill. Wednesday, Taylor hosts Wyoming, Cooper, & Little Miami and Reading will host Goshen & Batavia. Thursday, Madeira will have a home quad match. Saturday, Deer Park host its annual Greg Rogers Memorial Invitational. Among the teams coming will be Madeira & Wyoming. Also Saturday, Mariemont will be at the Oakwood Invitational & Indian Hill at the Everette Howard memorial Invitational at North College Hill.
Wyoming was 10th and Madeira 16th at the Mason Invitational. Most of the teams were Division I. Wyoming was the top D2 team. The finisher for the CHL was Izzy Evans from Madeira who was 4th in the 100 IM.
Wyoming was 10th, Madeira 15th, & Finneytown 18th at the Mason Invitational. Most teams were Division I including defending D! champ St. Xavier. The top finisher for the CHL was David Stevenson of Madeira with a 4th place in the 500 freestyle.
Tuesday, Wyoming will host the Cowboy Classic at Powell Crosley YMCA. Finneytown & Madeira will be there. Also Tuesday, the other three swim/dive teams (Indian Hill, Mariemont, & Taylor) will have a meet at Mariemont. Saturday, Taylor will be at the Harrison Invitational, being held at Lawrenceburg High School.
We have a new link under Boys' Golf. As many know, the golf champion for the CHL is determined by points, not the win-lost record. One point is awarded for each team you beat at the preseason tourney. Two points are awarded to each team you beat during the regular season. And finally, two points are awarded to each team you beat in the CHL Championships. The new link under boys' golf is Final Standings. You can check out where the teams stand on points. The final points to go on that link will come Thursday after the CHL Championships are finished.
When the SID was doing some research on the wrestling & swim/dive meets, he got curious on the longest league championships in the different sports. There have been 15 championship consecutive win streaks of five or more years in 10 different sports. CHL league competition began in the fall of 1985 for all sports except boys' & girls' swimming & diving. Their league titles started during the 1999-2000 school year. The all time leader is Indian Hill boys' tennis. They won 23 straight tennis titles from 1986 to 2008. The Braves also hold the record for most league titles. They have 27 of 28 titles (Wyoming won in 2009). The longest current streak is Indian Hill girls' tennis. They have won 20 in a row.
Here is the list of 5 or more consecutive league championships:
1. Indian Hill boys' tennis 23 (1986-2008)
2. Indian Hill girls' tennis 20 (1997-present)
3. Indian Hill boys' golf 12 (1985-1996)
Wyoming girls' basketball 12 (1989-2001)
5. Reading wrestling 11 (2005-present)
6. Wyoming boys' swimming 10 (2006- present)
7. Wyoming boys' track & field 9 (1991-1999)
8. Finneytown volleyball 7 (1985-1991)
Reading volleyball 7 (1995-2001)
Madeira girls' cross country 7 (1993-1999)
Wyoming volleyball 7 (2011-present)
12. Wyoming boys' golf 6 (2002-2007)
13. Taylor boys' cross country 5 (2001-2005)
Indian Hill girls' tennis 5 (1985-1989)
Wyoming boys' track & field 5 (2012- present)
Welcome to the Cincinnati Hills League. As members of the Cincinnati Hills League, we would like to welcome our fans and guests to our schools and athletic facilities this season. We appreciate your support and attendance at our events and remind all attendees that the use of tobacco and alcohol are prohibited at school sponsored events. Fans are not allowed on the fields of play and we ask you to respect our facilities and quality of play on the field. Positive sportsmanship will be shared between both teams during the competition and we ask for our fans to exhibit that same behavior. Cheer for your team, show respect for the officials, and support staff in place to make the event a positive experience for all in attendance. We are friendly rivals; we respect the work and efforts shown by both teams. We are proud of our schools and are very appreciative of your support and attendance. Thank you. The Cincinnati Hills League