- 13 October 2015
- Karen Wirthlin & Dale Becker
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It was a good night for an Indian Hill Homecoming football game as the Braves handily defeated Finneytown 41-0. Finneytown’s defense was no match for the Braves offense as QB Reed Aichholz continues to lead the CHL in passing (107/178 for 1,581 yards for a QB rating of 143.9) rushed for 3 touchdowns and threw a 51 yard pass to Dawson Aichholz for another touchdown. Zarian Hunter-Cure added 2 more rushing touchdowns for a rushing total of 50 yards on 13 carries.
- 12 October 2015
- Monica and Lara
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The lady Braves got back to their winning ways after three straight ties, posting a 5-2 victory over Alter Monday night. Alter came into the game ranked #7 in the state DII poll. Outside of breaking the tie skid, a victory over Alter would solidify a #1 seed in the upcoming state tournament draw. The Braves got on the board early and often. Claire deHamel set up Brittany Duncan who in turn sent a beautiful through ball down the line to Anna Podojil, who outran her defender to go one on one with the keeper.
- 12 October 2015
- Mark Schmetzer, Enquirer contributor
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Indian Hill is sending an area-high six players to the girls tennis district tournament, led by seniors Caroline Anderson and Meredith Breda, who are seeking their third consecutive district doubles championship.
That is pretty much in line with the expectations of coach Gary Samuels.
“I did think we had a good chance of at least six – possibly seven,” Samuels said Monday. “I’ve never felt like that before. I felt like we were very capable of it.” The Braves, ranked No. 1 in the Enquirer’s Division II coaches’ poll and No. 2 in the Ohio Tennis Coaches Association Division II statewide poll, also are sending the doubles team of junior Amalia Guzman and freshman Nina Price and two singles players, sophomore Gracey Hirsch – sister of two-time Division II state-champion Asher Hirsch, who’s now at the University of Illinois – and senior Maren McKenna.