Championships in Every Sport for each CHL School from 1985 thru 2024 Spring Season

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CHL Names New Coaches

The League has some new faces in the coaching ranks for next school year!


Finneytown had named Brandon Robinson as their new Bous Basketball Coach.

Nick is Wyoming’s new Girls Basketball Coach.

Madeira has also announced Katherine Arnold as their new Girls Tennis Coach!

Welcome to the CHL!

Madeira Names New Athletic Director

The Madeira City School District is thrilled to announce the appointment of Chris O'Brien as the new Athletic Director. With a background spanning over six years as an athletic director, O'Brien brings experience, a passion for education-based athletics, and a commitment to fostering positive relationships within the Madeira community.

O'Brien’s tenure as an athletic director has been marked by his ability to effectively manage athletic programs and inspire both students and staff. “His ability to hit the ground running is something that will help us greatly as we transition to a new athletic director,” said Madeira Principal David Kennedy. Kennedy added, “Chris O'Brien has consistently demonstrated his capability to enhance the athletic experience for students while prioritizing their academic achievements and personal growth.”

“I am excited to join Madeira and look forward to continuing the tradition of excellence in athletics,” said O'Brien. “Education-based athletics is at the core of my philosophy. I believe in developing students not only as athletes but as well-rounded individuals prepared for the future. Coaching coaches to be mentors and leaders is a crucial part of this process.”

O'Brien's approach centers on building and maintaining strong, positive relationships with all stakeholders, including students, parents, coaches, and community members. His commitment to open communication and collaborative problem-solving has been a cornerstone of his leadership style at both Oyler High School and in his most recent position at St. Bernard Elmwood Place High School.  He understands the importance of creating an inclusive and supportive environment where every student-athlete can thrive.

“Chris O'Brien's dedication to building relationships and fostering a positive athletic culture aligns perfectly with the values of our district,” said Superintendent Kenji Matsudo. “We are confident that his leadership will inspire our students and elevate our athletic programs to new heights.”

Under O'Brien's leadership, Madeira anticipates continued success in its athletic programs, with a strong emphasis on educational value and community engagement. His vision for the future includes not only winning games but also ensuring that student-athletes leave Madeira High School as confident, capable, and community-minded individuals.

2023-2024 CHL Re Cap

The Cincinnati Hills League had an eventful school year.  We had two team state champions and two individual state champions.  We also saw a league record broken in the CHL Track and Field Meet.  The CHL is one of the best small school athletic leagues in the state and we saw great competition in every sport throughout the year.

Indian Hill Girls Tennis - Team State Champion

Indian Hill Boys Tennis - Team State Champion

Finley Bartlett (Junior) - Wyoming - Boys Golf Individual State Champion

Penelope Webb (Junior) - Wyoming - Girls High Jump Individual State Champion

CHL League Record Broken - Olivia Hill (Soph.) - Wyoming - Girls Long Jump

In the CHL All Sports Trophy, Indian Hill won with 118.5 points to Madeira's runner-up 107.5 points.  Indian Hill won eight league championships in Football, Boys Soccer, Girls Tennis, Girls Basketball, Girls Swimming, Baseball, Boys Tennis and Boys Track.

Madeira won 5 league titles, Taylor had 4, Wyoming 3, with Mariemont and Reading winning one championship each.

The league also saw 70 athletes decide to commit to continuing their athletic careers in college.  25 girls and 45 boys signed to play at the next level.  Indian Hill had 22 athletes sign and Wyoming had 13.

Indian Hill Girls Lacrosse Make State Final Four

The Girls from Indian Hill will play in their second straight final four in Lacrosse this week.  They defeated CHCA in a thriller 12-11 to win the Regional Championship.  The game will be on Tuesday, June 4th at 7pm.  The game will be at Roger Glass Stadium in Dayton.

The girls from Indian Hill came up just short in the state semi-finals 14-13 to Columbus St Francis DeSales.  Great season girls!