Weekly Report #6

Boys Golf:

Madeira won the CHL for their fourth consecutive time!  For pictures and story on the League Tournament scroll down!

Girls Golf:

Mariemont stands at 3-0(7-5 Overall) on the season.  Madeira is right behind at 3-1 (10-4 Overall).  


Taylor is leading the CHL with an undefeated 8-0 record.  They stand at 10-3 overall for the season,  Wyoming is currently second in the CHL at 5-1 (5-7) and Indian Hill is 6-2 (8-3).

Boys Soccer:

Indian Hill is 4-0 (9-0-1) and ranked No.1 in the city and has made state and national polls.  Madeira stands at 3-1 (6-4-1) while Wyoming and Finneytown are 2-1.

Girls Soccer:

The Girls Soccer CHL is as tight as it can be.  Five schools are still in the running  for the title.  Madeira stands in first at 3-0-1 (5-4-2). Taylor is 2-0-2 (5-1-2).  Wyoming comes in at 2-0-2 as well.  Indian Hill is 2-1-1 and Mariemont is 1-1-2.  Some huge CHL games are coming up this week.

Friday Night Lights #6

Wyoming 21     Reading 14

Finneytown 30    Deer Park 29    (Dbl. OT)

Taylor 21      Mariemont 18

Indian Hill 42     Madeira 21

Madeira Wins Fourth Straight CHL Boys Golf Championship

Madeira shot a 310 total at the Mill Course this week to capture the CHL Tournament Championship and the CHL League Title when regular season and pre season tournament results are calculated.  Wyoming finished Runner Up with a 314 score and Indian Hill was third with a 317 total.  Calculating the league point totals, Madeira finished with 28 points.  Wyoming was runner up with 25 points.

Alex Holzapfel, Indian Hill, was the tournament medalist with a strong round of 69.  Finley Bartlett, Wyoming was runner up shooting at 71. 

Pair Of Twins at Reading HS Excel in Soccer

Chelsea and Ian Simpson are both seniors, both soccer players for Reading High School, and they are also twins!  I failed to mention that they are really good soccer players.  Chelsea leads the CHL in goals currently with 19.  Ian also leads the CHL in goals on the boys side with12.  Soccer definitely runs in the family at Reading

Weekly Report #5


As you probably have read by now, Wyoming set a new State of Ohio record with their 72 straight regular season win Friday, a 38-0 win over Taylor.  Head Coach Aaron Hancock and his staff have put together a 127-17 record in their 12 years together at Wyoming.  Their last loss was to Reading in October of 2015.  The Cowboys play the Blue Devils this Friday night.

Wyoming is 5-0 overall and 2-0 in the CHL.  Reading stands at 4-1, losing only to a very tough Cincinnati Taft squad.  Reading matches the Cowboys at 2-0 in league play.  Indian Hill is also 2-0 in the CHL for a three way tie for the league lead.  Wyoming is at Reading Friday night in a huge game that could determine the CHL Champion.

Midway into the season these are the statistical leaders in the CHL:  Passing leader is Peter Breidenbach from Madeira.  He has thrown for 1073 yards in just 5 games.  Austin Fancher, Reading, is the leading rusher in the league with 724 yards on the ground.  Aiden Hopewell, Madeira, leads in receiving yards with 455.  Aiden Thiele, also of Madeira, leads the CHL in tackles with 64. Connor Davis, Reading has 4 interceptions to lead the CHL and Maike Branch of Taylor and Jack Simpson of Mariemont lead in sacks with 3.


Taylor stands at 6-0 (8-2 overall) while Indian Hill and Wyoming are both 5-1 in CHL league play.

Mid Season statistical leaders for the CHL:  With 111 Digs, Katie Mouch from Wyoming leads the CHL girls. Kills are led by Indian Hill's Dakota Spurrier at 110. Lauren Boland from Taylor and Zoey Mayberry of Wyoming have 26 Blocks to lead the CHL.  Reagan Osborne, Deer Park, leads in Pass Points at 259.  Ava Krupp, from Wyoming, has 234 Assists to lead the league in that category.  Grace Louden, Deer Park, leads in Aces with 33.

Girls Tennis:

Three schools are having great seasons in the CHL.  Indian Hill is 10-0 as a team.  Mariemont is 15-2 and Wyoming is 11-3 for the season.  Brooke Arrington, Indian Hill senior, is 5-1 at the first singles position.

Girls and Boys CC:

Indian Hill traveled to a race in Orlando, Florida while Madeira ran all the way to Michigan State University for a race there.  Wyoming also was on a road trip to Louisville and Taylor was in South Dearborn, IN.

Leading Times for the girls thus far into the season are:  Cate Leroy, Madeira, 19:54, Ella Garza, also from Madeira, 20:15 and Meredith Guest, Wyoming, 20:25.

On the boys side, Ben Fahnestock, Mariemont leads the times with a 15:58.  Ryan Ashton, Madeira has a 16:13 time and JT Hamstra, Madeira stands at 16:38.

Boys Soccer:

Indian Hill stands at 3-0 (7-0-1 overall)  They are ranked no 1 in the City DII Poll.  Mariemont is 2-1(6-2-1 overall) while Finneytown and Madeira are also 2-1 in the CHL play.

Statistical leaders mid way through the season:  Adriel Kinney, Deer Park, and Ian Simpson, Reading, both lead the CHL in Points with 25.  Points is a combination of Goals scored and Assists made.  Ian Simpson leads in Goals scored with 12.  Adriel Kinney, DP, and Connor Wilkes of Indian Hill both lead in assists with 9.

Girls Soccer:

Five teams are still very much in the conversation for CHL champions.  Madeira is 2-0-1 in CHL play.  Mariemont, Taylor and Wyoming all stand at 1-0-2 and Indian Hill is 1-1-1 mid way through the soccer regular season.  Some big matches on the pitch will be coming up in the next few weeks.

Chelsea Simpson, Reading, leads the league with 33 points.  She also leads in goals scored with 14.  Allie Mouch, Wyoming, is second in both of these categories with 25 and 11. Reading's Kylie Allen leads the CHL in assists with 10.

Boys Golf:

Wyoming leads the CHL with the golf season winding down quickly.  They are 6-0 in CHL play and 8-0 overall.  Madeira is 5-1 (8-3) and Mariemont is 4-2.   Finley Bartlett, Jr. from Wyoming, is leading in low scoring avg. with a really strong 33.9 average per nine holes.  Alex Holzapel, a senior from Indian Hill comes in with a 36.64 avg.

Girls Golf:

Madeira is 8-4 on the season and Mariemont stands at 5-2.  Grace Kellet, Madeira, has a 45.0 average score for nine holes.  That leads the CHL.  Close behind is Mia Marty, Wyoming, at 45.10.