Weekly Report - Week Eight
Indian Hill dominated the CHL swim meet held this weekend at Powell Crosley YMCA. The Braves scored 377 team points. Madeira was runner-up with 260 points. Wyoming finished 3rd and Mariemont 4th. Matt Harrison, coach for the Indian Hill Braves was named Coach of the Year in the CHL. Jason Zhau of Indian Hill was voted Swimmer of the Year!
Diving Champion-Josie Festa-Indian Hill
Indian Hill also won the CHL swim meet on the girls side. IH finished with 303 points while Madeira was a very close second place at 291 points. Mariemont ended up in 3rd place and Wyoming 4th. Matt Harrison was also named Coach of the Year on the girls side as well. Matt is Indian Hill's coach. Mia Latimer from Mariemont was named Swimmer of the Year in the CHL.
Individual Results of the Meet will be posted soon on the drop down Swimming menus.
Wyoming still holds a slim lead in the CHL race with a 12-0 (19-2 overall) record. They defeated DI St. Xavier Saturday 41-40 for their sixth win in a row and 19th on the season. Madeira is close behind at 12-1 (17-3 overall) and have won four in a row. The Cowboys and the Mustangs face off in the last league game of the year on Friday 2/10 at Wyoming. This will be for the CHL title. If Wyoming wins they win the trophy outright. If Madeira comes out on top they clinch a tie for the CHL crown with Wyoming. Madeira leads the CHL with a 58.0 points per game average. Wyoming is second at 57.5. Conner Cravaack of Madeira is averaging a double/double with 22.7 points per game and 11.7 rebounds per game.
Madeira clinched the CHL title this weekend with a win over Wyoming and a Taylor loss to Mariemont. The Zons finished at 12-2 (19-3 overall) Taylor and Mariemont were tied for second place in the league at 11-3 each. There is a tight race for leading scorer in the CHL. Ranlei Freeman of Finneytown is averaging 15.1 points per game. Caroline Langworthy from Indian Hill is scoring at a 14.9 per game clip. There are two double digit rebounders in the CHL, Mia Hankerson of Reading 10.2 per game and Brock Bitterman from Taylor 10.0.
The CHL League Meet will be held at Finneytown HS on Saturday, February 18th.
Top Records in the CHL:
Tye Tunstall - Finneytown - 106 lbs. - 19-3 with 13 Pins
Jimmy Lalezas - Taylor - 126 lbs. - 21-4 with 15 Pins
Aidan Thiele - Madeira - 132 lbs. - 22-5 with 8 Pins
Gabe Murphy - Reading - 138 lbs. - 23-5 with 18 Pins
P.J. Murphy - Reading - 150 lbs. - 26-1 with 14 Pins
Gregory Kyser - Madeira - 165 lbs. - 32-2 with 20 Pins
Dickie Engel - Reading - 175 lbs. - 25-4 with 20 Pins
Reading leads the CHL at 8-0 (13-0 overall) Deer Park is 6-2 and Wyoming 5-4 in the standings. Ian Carpenter from Reading leads the CHL with a 223.8 per game average.
Reading also leads the CHL on the girls side of the lane. Reading is 6-0 (10-4 overall). Taylor is now 5-2 and Wyoming is 4-3. Maddy Pitts of Reading leads the CHL with a 167.6 per game average.
Weekly Report -Week Seven
Some big games were played Friday night
Madeira defeated Indian Hill 71-68
Wyoming came out on top of Taylor 56-46
Mariemont beat Deer Park 58-52
Reading took down Finneytown 46-40
This leaves Wyoming still on top of the CHL at 11-0 while Madeira is 11-1. They face off with each other on February 10th to decide the Championship!
History in the making this year in the CHL!
Has to be some kind of CHL record. Madeira Mustang guard Colin Hacker and his sister, Amazon Alexa Hacker, are both leading the CHL in assists with 5.6 and 6.1 respectively. Great job sibs!
Taylor won again on Saturday and remain atop the CHL race with an 11-1 (14-5 overall) record, they defeated Readin Saturday 66-47.
Madeira defeated Deer Park Saturday to remain in second place at 10-2 (16-3 overall). Mariemont beat Wyoming to remain in the race at 9-3 (14-6 overall).
Swimming and Diving
The CHL League Meet with be held next weekend.
Diving will be held on Friday night at Mariemont HS beginning at 7pm.
Swimming will be the next day at Powell Crosley YMCA on Winton Rd. With races starting at 1:10pm.
Here are a couple pics from Taylor’s home match this week:
Reading Bowlers are dominating the lanes! The Boys team is ranked No 1 in the city Division II rankings. The Blue Devil girls are ranked No 2, also in DII!
Weekly Report - Week Six
The CHL League Swim Meet will be this coming Friday and Saturday, Feb. 3,4. Friday night Mariemont HS will host the Diving portion of the meet. On Saturday Wyoming will host at Powell Crosley YMCA on Winton Road. Saturday will be the Swimming portion of the meet. Start time for Friday Diving is 7PM and Saturday Swimming is 1PM.
Top CHL Wrestlers in several weight classes
106: Blake Opichka (FR) Madeira 23-6
113: Alyssa Bolt (FR) Finneytown 19-7
120: My'shawnna Tinsely (FR) Finneytown 17-10
126: Adam Cristo (SR) Indian Hill 18-5
132: Aiden Thiele (JR) Madeira 18-4
138: Gage Murphy (SO) Reading 19-4
150: P.J. Murphy (JR) Reading 21-1
157: Roman Thompson (SR) Madeira 22-6
165: Gregory Kyser (SR) Madeira 27-0
175: Dickie Engel (SO) Reading 21-3
190: Maxwell James (JR) Madeira 20-6
215: Jesse Hoeffer (JR) Madeira 19-8
Reading continues to lead the CHL in both boys and girls bowling. The boys have a perfect 6-0 (10-0 overall) record. Wyoming and Deer Park are still in the running. On the girls side Reading is 4-0 in league play and 7-3 overall.
Wyoming continues to lead the CHL race with a 9-0 (13-1 overall) record. Madeira is close on their heels with a 9-1 (13-2 overall) record. Madeira travels to Wyoming for a monumental battle on Friday, February 10th. Conner Cravaack,from Madeira, continues to lead the CHL in scoring, averaging a double double with 21.7 points a game and 11.4 rebounds a game. Ryan Swegman, from Finneytown, is averaging 18.2 and Tim Stewart, Mariemont, is at 17.5 per game average. Colin Hacker, Madeira, leads in Assists per game at 5.7. CJ Hayden, Indian Hill, is shooting at a 70.7 % clip and leading the CHL in that category. Lamine Diop, Finneytown, and Kellen Wiley, Wyoming, are tied with the most blocks in the CHL while Socko Stalzer, Mariemont, is leading in steals.
Madeira and Taylor continue to battle for the CHL crown. Madeira is 9-1 (15-2 overall) while Taylor is also 9-1 (11-5) in league play. Mariemont is on their heels at 8-2 (12-5). Madeira has a six game winning streak and Taylor a four game streak going. They meet each other as Madeira travels to Taylor on Wednesday, February 1st. Caroline Langworthy, from Indian Hill, leads the CHL in scoring with a 17.8 point per game average. Raniel Freeman, Finneytown, is next at 15.1 and Sammy Weity, Madeira, stands at 13.5 a game. Alexa Hacker, Madeira, leads the CHL in assists at 5.8 and Mia Hankerson, Reading, leads in rebounds and blocks at 10.4 and 2.6 a game respectively. Dakota Spurrier, Indian Hill, leads in field goal pct. at 54.3%. Willow Montag,Taylor, leads in steals at 4.4 per game.
Weekly Report - Week Five
Swimming and Diving
The Coaches Classic was this weekend. The tournament was made up of mostly Div I schools and all the best swimming schools in SW Ohio. Indian Hill had a very impressive showing by finishing 11th as a team on the Boys side! Individual Swimmers that had excellent races in this prestigious meet:
50 Free and 1650 Free-Jason Zhao, So. Indian Hill - 1st Place in both races
100M Breaststroke-Aiden Rieskamp, Sr. Taylor - 4th Place
50M Butterfly-Max Welty, Fr. Madeira - 4th Place
200 Medley Relay-Indian Hill - 2nd Place
500 Free and 1650 Free-Ava Ellis, Sr. Mariemont - 8th Place and 4th Place
100M Breaststroke-Lydia Eberlein, Sr. Mariemont - 2nd Place
100M Breaststroke-Corine Rieskamp, So. Taylor - 7th Place
200M Breaststroke-Ava Ellis, Sr. Mariemont - 5th Place
200M Breaststroke-Lydia Eberlien, Sr. Mariemont - 6th Place
400 Ind. Medley-Julia Bohl, So. Mariemont - 8th Place
400 Freestyle Relay-Indian Hill -8th Place
1M Diving-Josie Festa, Indian Hill - 3rd Place
The Charlie Moore Invitational took place this weekend. Reading finished a strong 3rd place team finish. PJ Murphy won the 150lb. Weight class and is now 21-1 on the season. Dickie Engel was the 175 lb. champ and is 21-3 for the year. Gage Murphy at 138 LBs. Was the runner up in the prestigious tournament.
Kyle Langdon from Deer Park was the runner up in the 150 lb weight class! He is now 14-3 on the season.
Joel Hancock, of Wyoming, won the Sycamore invitational. Joel stand at 12-4 in the 157 lb. weight class. Dorien Fredericks, also from Wyoming, was the runner up in the 150 lb.class.
Madeira, Taylor and Mariemont are all battling it out for the CHL trophy. The Zons and Yellowjackets are tied at 8-1 while Mariemont is 7-2. The second round of the CHL schedule will determine the crown!
Wyoming won a huge game at Madeira last Tuesday to take the lead in the CHL race. They stand at 7-0 (11-1 overall). Madeira, with the loss on Tuesday is 7-1 in league play and (11-2 overall). Indian Hill is not out of the race standing in 3rd place in the CHL standings.
Reading still leading the CHL and is sporting an Undefeated record at 8-0 for the season. Wyoming stands in second, one game behind in the CHL race.
The Blue Devils are also leading the CHL on the girls side of the lane. They are 2-0 in CHL play while Wyoming and Taylor close on their heels.
Weekly Report - Week Four
Friday, Madeira defeated Taylor 64-43 to remain undefeated in CHL play. (6-0) CHL (9-1 Overall). Wyoming remained right on Madeira’s heels by defeating Finneytown on a last second drive and layup. Mariemont defeated Reading and Indian Hill stayed in the CHL race by winning over Deer Park. Wyoming travels to Madeira Tuesday night for a huge CHL battle!
The two 1000 point career scorers in the CHL lead the scoring this year. Conner Cravaack from Madeira has a 19.2 per game avg. and Tim Stewart from Mariemont is at 18.1 per gsme.
The Bob Kearns Madeira invitational took place this weekend. Several CHL grappling squads participated. Twenty teams competed Friday and Saturday at Madeira. The tournament is named after long time Madeira Wrestling Coach Bob Kearns who had a hall of fame career at Madeira HS.
Madeira finished in 3rd place, Indian Hill was 9th, Reading 10th, Taylor 11th and Deer Park 15th.
individual Champions from the CHL were: Vitaly Cristo of IH was the 103 lb. Champion. Reid Wischer of Mad. was the 113 lb. Champion. Gus Kyser from Mad. was the 165 lb. Champ and Maxwell James, also from Madeira, was the 190 lb. Champion.
Runner ups at the tournament were Tye Tunstall of Reading, Jimmy Lalesas from Taylor, Nathan Opickha of Madeira and Kyle Langdon of Deer Park. Blacke Opichka, Mad. finished in 3rd place.
Reading stands at 5-0 and stands atop of the CHL standings. Three Reading Bowlers have posted outstanding averages, Ian Carpenter is at 225.6, Peyton Frank has a 216.2 per game avg. and Dylan Smith is at 211.8
Reading is also atop the CHL on the girls side. They are 4-1 while Wyoming is 3-1. Maddy Pitts leads Reading with a 164.5 average. Natalie Barth leads Wyoming at 142.2 a game. Skyy Williams, from Indian Hill, sports a strong 160.8 average for the Braves.
Boys and Girls Swimming
Indian Hill's swimming squads participated in the Moeller Invitational this weekend. The girls finished in 3rd place and the boys finished 2nd. This was a strong, mainly division 1, field. Six time state champion Gibson Holmes of IH has the fastest time in Ohio in the 200 Individual Medley.
Mariemont, Madeira and Taylor all are tied for the CHL title at this point in the season. They all have identical league records, standing at 6-1. Mariemont beat Madeira, Madeira beat Taylor and Taylor beat Mariemont on Saturday. The second round on the league schedule will be huge in determining the CHL Champions. Mariemont is at Madeira on 1/11. Madeira travels to Taylor on 2/1 and Mariemont is at Taylor on 2/4. Home court advantage favors the Yellowjackets but we will see how it all plays out. Deer Park (10-4 overall) and Indian Hill (6-3 overall) could climb into contention with a strong 2nd half of league play.