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SPANBAUER WINS STATE DIVING TITLE!

Summit Country Day's Stewart Spanbauer becomes the MVC's first State Champion from the winter sports season!  Stewart won the Division II State Diving Championship on February 25.  Stewart joined teammates Mitch Reinhard and Emma Hellman as State qualifiers following superb performances at the District Meet.  Emma placed eighth and Mitch finished seventeenth.  Complete Division II State Diving results can be found HERE.  Read the Enquirer article HERE.

SEVEN HILLS CAPTURES STATE SWIM CROWN

The Seven Hills Stingers captured the Division II Boys' State Swimming Championship on February 27.  The Stingers won the State Championship in the 200 medley relay (Matthew Marquardt, Henry Marquardt, Sean Gray, and Pearce Kieser) and the 400 freestyle relay (Matthew, Sean, Pearce, and Tim Hagemeister).  Matthew also finished second in both the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke.  Pearce also added a runner-up finish in the 100 breaststroke.  Read more HERE.

CCD'S WOODEN WINS PAIR OF STATE SWIM TITLES

The Lady Indians' Allie Wooden won both the 100 and 200 freestyle events at the State Swimming Championships on February 27.  The senior set the State Meet record in the 200 yard freestyle with a superb time of 1:46.96.  Ironically, she broke her own record she set during the prelims the day before!  Read more HERE.

GIRLS' BASKETBALL:  Congratulations to Summit Country Day (Scarlet Division) and St. Bernard and Clark Montessori (Gray Division) for capturing MVC Championships this winter.  STILL ALIVE:  Summit Country Day defeated Roger Bacon, Finneytown, and Purcell Marian and will next play Greeneview at Springfield HS on March 7 at 11:00 am.

BOYS' BASKETBALL: Congratulations to this winter's Conference champions - Clark Montessori (Scarlet) and Cincinnati Country Day and Cincinnati Christian (Gray).  STILL ALIVE:  CHCA beat Mariemont and Madeira and Clark beat Bethel Tate and the two MVC foes will play each other at Loveland HS on March 7 at 6:00; Summit Country Day downed St. Bernard and will face Roger Bacon at Western Brown HS on March 7 at 7:30, North College Hill vs. Badin at Western Brown HS on March 5 at 6:00; Seven Hills downed Lockland and Cincinnati Country Day and advances to face Georgetown at Taylor HS on March 7 at 6:00; and Cincinnati Christian beat Ripley Union-Lewis and advances to face MVCA at Taylor HS on March 5 at 7:30.

WRESTLING:   Congratulations to North College Hill for winning the Conference title, the Trojans' eighth consecutive MVC Championship!  STILL ALIVE:  Summit Country Day's Joshua Campbell (145) and Davionne Laney (220) were Sectional Champions and have advanced to Districts.  The following wrestlers have also advanced to Districts:  North College Hills' Willie Byrd, Mekhi Jones, Dakota Whaley, and Summit Country Day's Jesse Campbell, and Logan Faucett.  Complete Sectional results can be found HERE.

GIRLS' SWIMMING AND DIVING:  Congratulations to Cincinnati Country Day for capturing the MVC title.  Complete District results can be found HERESTATE BOUND:  Congratulations to Summit Country Day's Emma Hellman who has advanced to the State Diving Meet in Canton on February 25!  Emma finished eighth overall at State.  Congratulations!  State Meet performances were highlighted by Cincinnati Country Day's Allie Wooden who was State Champion in both the 200 Freestyle and the 100 Freestyle.  Other MVC performances included  Jenna Macrae (qualified in both the 200 Freestyle and the 100 Butterfly, but was disqualified in both races); The Lady Indians' 200 Freestyle Relay and 400 Freestyle Relay team of Allie Wooden, Jenna Macrae, Celia Macrae, and Holly Jacobs placed eighth in both events; Seven Hills' Lucy Callard (seventh in the 100 Butterfly and fourth in the 500 Freestyle); and Cincinnati Christian's Payton Keiner (fourth in both the 200 IM and the 100 backstroke).  Results of the DII State Swim Meet can be found HERE.

BOYS' SWIMMING AND DIVING:  Congratulations to Seven Hills for capturing the MVC Championship, as well as the Division II District title.  Complete District results can be found HERE.  STATE BOUND:  Congratulations to Summit Country Day's Stewart Spanbauer and Mitch Reinhard for advancing to the State Diving Meet in Canton on February 25!  Stewart won the State Championship, while Mitch finished 17th!  Seven Hills captured the State Championship and the Stingers' 200 Medley Relay team of Matthew Marquardt, Henry Marquardt, Pearce Kieser, and Sean Gray and the 400 Freestyle Relay team of Matthew Marquardt, Sean Gray, Pearce Kieser, and Tim Hagemeister were State Champions!  Other Seven Hills' performances included Seven Hills' Matthew Marquardt (second in the 100 Backstroke and the 100 butterfly); Tigar Cyr (eighteenth in the 200 Freestyle), Tim Hagemeister (disqualified in the 200 IM and fourth in the 500 Freestyle), Nicholas Purple (fifteenth in the 200 IM), Tindar Cyr (thirteenth in the 200 IM and eighth in the 100 Breaststroke), Pearce Kieser (fifth in the 100 Freestyle and second in the 100 Breaststroke), Sean Gray (fifteenth in the 100 Freestyle), Jason Guo (twenty-third in the 100 Backstroke), Henry Marquardt (thirteenth in the 200 Freestyle and nineteenth in the 500 Freestyle), and the Stingers' 200 Freestyle Relay team of Sean Gray, Tigar Cyr, Tim Hagemeister, and Henry Marquardt finished sixth.  Other MVC performances included Cincinnati Country Day's Malcolm Doepke (twenty-third in the 200 Freestyle and eleventh in the 500 Freestyle), Alexander Maier (twenty-third in the 50 Freestyle), and the Indians' 200 Freestyle Relay team of Alexander Maier, Taylor Maier, Charlie Sachs, and George Crowley finished eighteenth and the 400 Freestyle Relay team of Alexander Maier, Taylor Maier, Charlie Sachs, and Malcolm Doepke finished twenty-first; and Summit Country Day's Garrison Herfel (seventeenth in the 200 Freestyle and the 100 Freestyle).  Complete DII Swim Meet results can be found HERE.

BOYS' BOWLING:  Congratulations to Seven Hills, your 2015 MVC Champions!  STILL ALIVE:  Cincinnati Christian and Summit Country Day have advanced to Districts, along with individual qualifiers Corey Wilson and Jake Moses from Seven Hills.  Complete Sectional results can be found HERE.

GIRLS' BOWLING:  STILL ALIVE:  Cincinnati Christian and Seven Hills have advanced to Districts, as well as individual qualifier Lillian Chow from Summit Country Day.  Complete Sectional results can be found HERE.  Seven Hills' Audrey Wilson placed twelfth at the February 26 District competition and has advanced to State!  Complete District results can be found HERE.

GYMNASTICS:   In this winter's City Championships, held on February 22 at Cincinnati Country Day, the host Lady Indians finished sixth in the team competition.  Seven Hills placed eighth, with Katie Corbett earning the top MVC's top spot in the individual all-around competition at 17th.  The Sectional gymnastics meet is scheduled for February 28 at Lakota East HS for Cincinnati Country Day and Seven Hills High Schools.

Seven Hills' Brian Goertemoeller was among this week's finalists for JJ Huddle's golf Player of the Week, announced August 18.  Congratulations!

Summit Country Day's Kathryn Adams was among the finalists for JJ Huddle's girls' tennis Player of the Week, announced April 25.

WCPO and Tri State Football's Player of the Week nominees for week one of the football season included CHCA's Johnny Noyen.

Cincinnati Country Day's Kacie Bradfish was among the finalists for JJHuddle's girls' golf Player of the Week, announced September 1.

Summit Country Day's Austin Smythe was among the finalists for the LaRosa's MVP award, announced September 5.

CHCA's Johnny Hoyen was a finalist for JJ Huddle's football Player of the Week, announced September 8.

CHCA's Morgan Bowen was the winner of JJ Huddle's girls' golf Player of the Week honor, announced September 13.

Cincinnati Country Day's Mackenzie Patterson was a finalist for the JJ Huddle girls' tennis Player of the Week, announced September 15.

CHCA's Sean Eslick was in contention for JJ Huddle's boys' golf Player of the Week honor, announced September 22. 

Cincinnati Country Day's Kacie Bradfish was among the finalists for the LaRosa's MVP of the Week award, announced September 25.

CHCA's Morgan Bowen was among the finalists for the JJ Huddle girls' golf Player of the Week award, announced September 29.

North College Hill's Bennie Lovette was among the finalists for the Beacon Orthopedics Primetime Performer of the Week, announced October 3. 

CHCA's Emily Kabalin was a finalist for JJ Huddle's girls' tennis Player of the Week, announced October 6.

Summit Country Day's John Murdock was among the finalists for JJ Huddle's boys' cross country Player of the Week award, announced October 6.

North College Hill's JuJuan Linzy was in contention for the Tri-State Football Beacon Orthopedics Player of the Week award, announced October 13.

Clark Montessori's Jacklyn Watson was a finalist for the JJ Huddle girls' soccer Player of the Week award, announced October 13.

Cincinnati Country Day's Nathan Gibson was among this week's finalists for the LaRosa's MVP of the Week, announced October 14.

North College Hills' JuJuan Linzy was (again) a finalist for the Tri-State Football Player of the Week award, announced October 20.

Summit Country Day's Xavier Johnson was a finalist for the Blitz 5 Beacon Orthopaedics Primetime Performer award, announced October 24.

Summit Country Day's Mason Moore was a finalist for the JJ Huddle Boys' Cross Country Player of the Week award, announced October 27. 

New Miami's Jimmy York was a finalist for the Ohio National Guard Football Player of the Week award, announced October 28. 

CHCA's Rachel Wichmann was among the finalists for the LaRosa's MVP of the Week award, announced December 2.

Seven Hills' Lucy Callard was a finalist for the JJ Huddle Girls' Swimmer of the Week award, announced January 13. 

Cincinnati Christian's Josh Oates was in the running for the January 19 Blitz 5 Primetime Performer of the Week award.

Cincinnati Country Day's Allie Wooden was a finalist for the JJ Huddle Girls' Swimmer of the Week award, announced January 20.

St. Bernard's Ronnie Jones was a finalist for the Beacon Orthopaedics Primetime Performer of the Week award, announced January 23.

Seven Hills' Pierce Kieser was among the finalists for the LaRosa's MVP of the Week award, announced February 9.

Cincinnati Country Day's Holly Jacobs was a finalist for the JJ Huddle Girls' Swimmer of the Week award, announced February 10.

Both Summit Country Day's Stewart Spanbauer and Seven Hills' Matthew Marquardt were finalists for the JJ Huddle Boys' Swimmer of the Week award, announced February 17.

Seven Hills' Audrey Wilson WON the JJ Huddle Girls' Bowler of the Week award, announced March 2. 

Summit Country Day's Matt Currie was in contention for the JJ Huddle Boys' Bowler of the Week award, announced February 24. 

Both Clark Montessori's Marihelen Gallagher and Cincinnati Country Day's Allie Wooden were finalists for the JJ Huddle Girls' Swimmer of the Week award, announced February 24.  Congratulations Marihelen who won the award!

Cincinnati Country Day's Kaitlin Harden and Sean O'Brien are Blitz 5 McDonald's Student-Athletes of the Week, announced February 28.  Read and watch video HERE.

BOYS' BASKETBALL

Clark Montessori (#8 in Divisions II-IV)

GIRLS' BASKETBALL

Summit Country Day (#2 in Divisions II-IV)

WRESTLING

No MVC teams in this week's Top Ten

BOYS' BOWLING

Seven Hills (#9 in Division II)

GIRLS' BOWLING

Cincinnati Christian (#3 in Division II)

Seven Hills (#6 in Division II)

BOYS' SWIMMING

Seven Hills (#1 in Division II)

CHCA and Summit Country Day (#4 in Division II)

Clark Montessori (#10 in Division II)

GIRLS' SWIMMING

CHCA (#1 in Division II)

Clark Montessori and Summit Country Day (#2 in Division II)

Cincinnati Country Day (#5 in Division II)

Seven Hills (#7 in Division II)

Cincinnati Christian (#9 in Division II)

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