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Wyoming football ended their season for the 2nd straight year in the regional finals.  The Cowboys lost to Clinton Massie 28-7 at Lakota West on Friday.  Wyoming fell behind in the first half 21-0. The second half, they played the Falcons even but it wasn't enough to get them to the final four.  The Cowboys finished the season 12-1 for the 2nd straight year.  The senior class at Wyoming has had quite a run.  In the last four years they have a 42-7 record including three league titles and two regional runner-up trophies.  Congratulations to Coach Aaron Hancock and the Wyoming football team on another great season!


Wyoming football lost in the regional finals bringing the CHL fall season to an end.  The winter season is about to get started.  Our first winter weekly update will be Monday. 

We will have a big website announcement coming Monday morning!

As each sport is finished for the season, the all league selections will be posted.  The only exception is cross country.  In that sport, where you place at the league championships determines all league. Posted so far:
Boys' & Girls' Cross Country, Boys' Golf, Girls' Tennis, Volleyball, Boys' Soccer, Girls' Soccer.  Football will be posted sometime over the weekend.
The All Sports Trophy standings for fall are now posted.  Wyoming holds a 3.5 point lead over Indian Hill.  Complete results under the link.

Our web views for October are in. A total of 391,153 web views.  That is not only an October record but it is the most views in one month in the CHL website history (back to 2006)!  September had broken the all time record (390,917).  So back to back months with the two top monthly views in website history.  The total for the first three months is 986,306.  Thank you for your support.

Indian Hill completed an undefeated season by winning the Division II State Girls' Soccer Championship 2-0 over Lake Catholic.  The Braves (22-0-1) captured their first state title in girls' soccer.  They were state runner-ups in 2003 & 2004. Morgan Jackson scored a goal less than 90 seconds into the game.  At the 24 minute mark of the 1st half, Anna Podojil scored the Brave's 2nd goal.  As it would turn out, that would be all they needed. Kate Marrs had her 10th shut-out of the season. Indian Hill is the only D2 team in the state to go undefeated.  Their only tie of the season was 2-2 against Alter.  One of their wins was 3-2 over Summit Country Day won won the Division III state championship. Congratulations to Coach Amy Dunlap and the Braves' soccer team on the best season in school history!

Three CHL football teams were playing the regional semi-finals.  Two of them saw their season end and one moves on to the regional finals.

Wyoming improve to 12-0 on the season with a 25-0 win over rival Indian Hill.  Indian Hill finishes a great season 8-3.  Their only loses were to play off teams (two to Wyoming and one to CHCA).  Pierson Rogers got the scoring started with a 1 yard run. Sergio Listo's PAT gave the Cowboys a 7-0 lead.  Wyoming defense was credited with a safety giving them a 9-0 lead. After the free kick, Rogers scored on a 3 yard run.  Wyoming had a 16-0 lead at the half.  In the 2nd half, Listo had a 36 yard field goal and Evan Prater a 2 yard run.  Two weeks ago, these two teams battled back and forth but this time, it was all Wyoming as the Cowboy defense recorded their 4th shut-out of the season.  Rogers had 40 carries for 297 yards.  Wyoming had 368 total yards rushing.

Reading was up 21-0 over West Jefferson, but they came back with 35 unanswered points to beat Reading 35-28. Reading closes out a great season 8-4.Mancini Jackson scored on a 31 yard run on the opening possession and then intercepted a West Jefferson pass for a "pick six" giving Reading a 14-0 lead in the first 3 minutes. Adrian Simmons scored on a 53 yard run pushing the Blue Devils lead to 21-0.  That is when West Jefferson scored 35 unanswered points. Jackson got his 3rd TD of the game late, the Reading fell short 35-28.

Wyoming will take on Clinton Massie (11-1) in the regional final Friday at Lakota West at 7:30.  The winner will go on to the final four.  Wyoming has been to the final four four previous times.  The last one was in 2009.  They also reached the finals in 1998, 1977, & 1975.  In 1977, they were state champs and 1975, state runner-up.  Clinton Massie has been to the final four three times: 2011, 2012, 2013.  In 2012 & 2013, they were state champs.  In the final AP Division IV State Poll, Wyoming was 6th & Clinton Massie 7th.

Indian Hill girls' soccer team shut out Sunbury Big Walnut 4-0 Tuesday in the State Semi-Finals.  Morgan Jackson had two goals and Anna Podojil & Ellie Podjil added a goal each.  Jackson has had 5 goals in the last two games.  Kate Marrs got her 9th shut-out of the season.   For the 3rd time in school history, the Braves (21-0-1) will be in the championship game in girls' soccer.  They were runner-ups in 2003 & 2004.  Indian Hill will take on Lake Catholic (18-3-1).  Lake Catholic is making it's first appearance in a state final game.  The game will be played at Mapfre Stadium, home of the Columbus Crew, on Friday at 3:30.

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