INDIAN HILL - The Indian Hill High School baseball season ended with three postseason wins before a 13-6 loss to Ross in the Division II district final May 20. The sectional championship and district runner-up title made it the best tourney run by the Braves in recent memory.

They finished 17-13 overall and 10-4 in the Cincinnati Hills League (tied with Madeira behind league champion Taylor). Seven seniors finished their Indian Hill careers, including Chandler Harris who leaves as the school's all-time leader in hits, doubles and walks.

The Indian Hill Braves Baseball Season ended on Saturday (May 20) with a 13-6 loss to the Ross Rams (ranked #3 in Ohio).

The Braves jumped out to a 5-0 lead with an impressive 5 run 3rd inning.

Keith Hammond led off with a walk that was quickly followed by a Chandler Harris single, an A.J. King single, an Andrew Brockoff bunt, a Winston Caine walk, an error, and a Joe Oakes single.

In a game spanning 2 days, rain delays, extra innings and 2 fields in different parts of town, the Indian Hill Braves defeated New Richmond on Friday (May 19) 11-7.

Chandler Harris pitching for the first time all season picked up the win by throwing a scoreless 9th and 10th innings for the victorious Braves.

The game began at Oak Hills High School on Thursday (5/18).

New Richmond's flame thrower, Lane Flamm struck out 7 Brave hitters in 3 innings and left the game with a 4-0 lead.

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