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- 24 November 2014
- Scott Springer/Community Press
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EVANSTON – Effective goalkeeping in soccer involves anticipating where the ball may go before it's kicked.
It's a mind game Katie Markesbery played over and over at Xavier University in the net and before that at Indian Hill High School. It's a game she won more often than not as she just finished her college career with 481 saves playing with an "X" on her shirt.
What else would you expect from a psychology major?
Her career on Victory Parkway began with making the Atlantic-10 All-Rookie team and ended in the Big East as she was named the league's Defensive Player of the Week for the final week of October. Against ninth-ranked DePaul Oct. 25, Xavier lost 1-0 but Markesbery had a career-high 12 saves.
- 22 November 2014
- Scott Springer & Nick Robbe/Community Press
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INDIAN HILL – In his third year, Indian Hill High School girls coach Chris Arington would like to get his squad back to the top of the Cincinnati Hills League as they were in his "rookie" year of 2012.
Of course, those in basketball circles know Arington is no rookie, having run the Cincinnati Angels AAU program for years.
The Lady Braves were 16-8 and 9-5 in the CHL last season behind Mariemont, Reading and league champion Wyoming. Three starters return in senior Mikayla Germain, junior Sam Arington and sophomore Ellie Schaub. Schaub and Arington were Indian Hill's top two scorers at 14 and 12.7 points per game, respectively.
- 12 November 2014
- Jeff Zidron
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Congratulations to both the IHMS and IHHS Cheerleading squads for their achievements at the CHL Cheer Championships. The middle school finished in 1st place with the high school finishing in 2nd place.