Winter Weekly Update 2/19 - 2/24

11/20/2017

All winter sports are in post season, so this will be the final weekly update.  Boys' basketball and wrestling are the last with regular season contests. Stat Leaders are posted for boys' basketball & wrestling.  Complete stats can be found under each sport's link.
Red means league title has been determined.

GIRLS' BASKETBALL
Madeira & Mariemont are co-champs with each finishing with a 13-1 league mark. For Mariemont, it is their 3rd league title in a row and the their 7th overall in the CHL. Madeira got it's first title since 2015 and their 6th overall in the CHL.  A lot has been talked about the Deer Park boys' basketball team but the girls set a school record this season with their 11th win.

Sectional play continues this week.  See related story.

BOYS' BASKETBALL
Deer Park is 14-0 in the league & 21-0 on the season.  The Wildcats captured the league title, their first since 2008 and second overall in the CHL. Indian Hill & Madeira tied for 2nd with 10-4 league marks.  The Braves are 16-6 overall & Mustangs 15-7.   Wyoming is 15-7 overall & Reading 12-10.
Some results from last week...
Deer Park capped off their perfect season with a 82-44 win over Mariemont.  Mark Wise led the Wildcats with 20 points.  Damani Mcentire had 15 points & 7 steals.  Jalen Rose added 10 points.  Charlie Tripp led the Warriors with 18 points.  Anthony Garrrett added 11 points.
Reading beat Norwood 63-54.  Johnny Miller had 15 points, Mancini Jackson 12 points, & Alijah Vaught 10 points.  AJ Brown had 10 rebounds.
Indian Hill had to come from behind to beat Northwest 50-45.  Tre Lopez had 15 points off the bench.  Colin Shaw added 11 points.

Stat Leaders: 
Points - Joey Edmonds (Wyoming) 21.2
Rebounds - Cameron Harris (Finneytown) 11.8
Assists - Anthony Garrett (Mariemont), Steve Gentry Jr. (Deer Park) 4.7 each
Blocks - Bryce Hunt (Reading) 5.0
Steals - Damani Mcentire (Deer Park) 5.6

A make up regular season game will be played on Tuesday.  Mariemont will be at Batavia.  Sectional play starts Friday.  See related story.

WRESTLING

Indian Hill end Reading's 12 year streak as league champ.  It is the first ever in the CHL for the Braves.  See related story.

Stat Leaders in Wins/Pins: 
Wins - Jackson Hugentobler (Madeira) 37-4, Dustin Robins (Reading) 32-5, Colton Robins (Reading) 29-7, Yima Nyamor (Wyoming) 27-3, John Mark Williams (Indian Hill) 27-4, Issia Johnson (Reading) 27-8, Jaocb Bryan (Wyoming) 26-10, Ricky Hammond (Taylor) 25-4
Pins - Hugentobler 23, Johnson 19, D. Robins 19, Hammond 16, Williams 15, Nyamor 15, C. Robins 15

Sectional Championships will take place this week.  Division II will be at Batavia High School with Indian Hill, Taylor, & Wyoming being there.  Division III will be at Blanchester High School with Deer Park, Madeira, Mariemont, & Reading being there.  Sectionals will be Friday at 5:00 and Saturday at 10:00 am.  The top four in each weight class move on to the district tourney.

GIRLS' SWIMMING/DIVING 
Check out the story on the league championships.  Mariemont won their 5th straight title and their 9th overall in the CHL.  It should be noted that Mariemont girls' swimming & diving is the first team in the school's history to win at least 5 league title in a row.

BOYS' SWIMMING/DIVING
Check out the story on the league championships.  Indian Hill has now back to back titles, their only CHL titles in boys' swimming & diving.

SWIMMING/DIVING SCHEDULES
The swimmers & divers are at the state championships this week.  See related story.

GIRLS' BOWLING
Three schools have had bowling teams the last few years; Deer Park, Reading, & Wyoming.  Taylor has a new team.  Mariemont has two girls and they will bowl on the boys' team.
Reading finished the season 6-0 in the league to win the first ever CHL girls' bowling title.

BOYS' BOWLING
Four schools have had bowling teams the past few years; Deer Park, Reading, Taylor, & Wyoming.  Mariemont has a new team.
Deer Park & Taylor are co league champs with 7-1 league marks for the first ever CHL boys' bowling title.

BOWLING SCHEDULES
Four teams and one individual will be at the district championships Thursday.  See related story.