Web Update Friday Night


We are getting into our busiest part of the spring season.  There are many web stories.  Some are active stories below the five that can be seen in the front page.  Web Update will be posted every day or two.

In the spring there are five sports that have state team titles.  The CHL has made the final four in four of those sports.  Makes you wonder if any other league in the state has done that this spring!

In the state team tennis tournament, Indian Hill beat Seven Hills 3-2 in the district final to make it to the state final four.  The state final four will be played at Reynoldsburg High School on Sunday.  Indian Hill & Lexington will play in the one semifinal.  The winner meets the winner of the other semifinal, Hawken or Wellington.  The losers play for 3rd place.

Madeira broke open the game late as they down Madison Senior 5-1 in the Division II regional semifinal. The Mustangs beat Blanchester Friday in the regional final to make their first trip to the final four since 2011.  See baseball story.

The first two rounds of the state tennis championships at Lindner Family Tennis Center in Mason went very well for the three Indian Hill players.  Andrew Pregel, Mack Ellis, & Maanas Pisati all won their first two rounds will be playing in the final four on Saturday. See tennis story. 

In boys' lacrosse, Mariemont will return to the state final four for the 2nd straight year as they beat Indian Hill 5-2 in the regional final. See lacrosse story.

In girls' lacrosse Mariemont won in overtime over Indian Hill in the regional final.  They will join the Warrior boys in the state final four. See lacrosse story.

The count of CHl athlete going to the state track & field meet is now 11 as of Friday evening. Division III competed their regional at Troy Friday. Division II athletes are in Piqua with day two Saturday.  Track & field regional story will be posted Saturday.

Baseball All League is now posted.  More will be coming in the next few days.

With the 
double first places in track & field, Indian Hill clinched the All Sports Trophy for the 2nd year in a row.  The Braves had 107.5 points for the school year, 6 more than Wyoming.  Complete point standings can be found under the All Sports link.