Website Update Wednesday

10/10/2018

We are posting our update a couple of days early this week.

What a week for Wyoming sports!  In the last two days, the Cowboys have captured three league championships.  Tuesday, the volleyball team beat Mariemont to secure their 9th straight league title.  They have won 125 league matches in a row.  Also Tuesday, the boys' soccer team had a 4-2 win over Indian Hill to clinch the league title.  On Wednesday, perhaps the biggest soccer game of the season took place.  Wyoming girl's scored a goal early and made it stand up as they beat the defending state champs Indian Hill 1-0 to win the league title.  All this while the boys' & girls' golf teams left for the state championship on Wednesday. Both boys' & girls' teams will be in the 36 hole state championship on Friday & Saturday. And five Cowboy tennis players will be at the district tennis tournament Thursday & Saturday.  The Wyoming football team is tied for 1st in the league & the girls' cross country team will be a favorite at the league cross country championships (more details below).  

Indian Hill tennis will have five players at the district championships.  The Braves are league champs with a 95 match win streak in tact. Their 22nd straight league title is the 2nd longest in CHL history.

Football is in Week 8 with three teams with a chance at the league title: Deer Park, Indian Hill, & Wyoming.  All three of these teams, plus Madeira, are also fighting for post season play off spots.
The CHL Cross Country Championships will be held Saturday at Taylor High School. The varsity girls' team race will be at 9:00 am.  The boys' will be at 9:35.  Based on the best 5K times listed this season, Wyoming looks to repeat at girls' champ and Madeira as boys' champ.  Back again will be the race winners from last year; Riley Bahr (Wyoming) & Ben Bayless (Indian Hill).  Open varsity races and the junior high championships will also be held.  The admission to the meet will $5.00 a car.

Finally, our web visits for September were 330,080.  That is most for any month so far in 2018.