Latest News About Indian Hill Athletics
- 27 October 2014
- Rob Bulas
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The Indian Hill High School cross country season came to a close at Saturday's Ohio SW Regional Championships in Troy, Ohio. The Braves fought hard, but the competition was fierce and the number of top level athletes was greater than I have seen in the last 4 years of observation. What was already the toughest region in the state has become even tougher as it has now been expanded to include teams up to 30 miles east of Columbus.
- 24 October 2014
- Scott Springer & Brandon Severn/Community Press
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INDIAN HILL – Though they lost basically a half squad of seniors from 2013's Division II state semifinal team, Indian Hill High School's boys soccer team ended 2014 with a proud effort.
After finishing the regular campaign at .500 plus a pair of ties (7-7-2) the Braves won two shutouts in the sectional tournament before being shut out themselves, 1-0 by McNicholas Oct. 20.
"It was a good matchup between two very good teams," coach Bill Mees said. "We had some really good chances and they had some good chances. We hit the crossbar in the first half and had a couple of fingertip saves made against us."
Unlike last season, when Mees said goodbye to 11 seniors, this year's class was only five: Chris Duncan Austin Schneider, James Pflughaupt, Sam Markiewitz and Brooks Renfro.
- 22 October 2014
- Marc Young
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After streaking out to a 10-1 record over the first month of the season, the Girls JV Tennis team closed out its season in similar style and excellence, achieving an overall mark of 16-2 for 2014. It was just about all W's over the team's final three weeks, the one exception a tense 3-2 loss to Lakota East's Varsity B squad in mid-September. The only other "L" of the 2014 season for the Braves had come a month earlier in a marathon 3-2 decision against the Varsity Green team of perennial powerhouse Sycamore. Over the season's final stretch, the Braves notched wins against CHL rival Wyoming, Sycamore's JV team, Mason (in a re-match), CHCA, and Seven Hills.