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Miami Valley Conference Spring Season Updates

NOTE:  Any errors or misspelled names, email me at mvcsid@gmail.com

 

SPORT-BY-SPORT LOOK AT THE SPRING SEASON

BASEBALL:  MVCA is shooting for its third consecutive Gray Division title this spring, while CHCA is going after its 19th in the last 20 years.  MVCA is 4-0 (10-2 overall) this spring in Gray Division play, while Cincinnati Christian is 5-1 and CHCA is 6-2 in Scarlet Division match-ups.

MILESTONE ALERT:  Congratualtions to MVCA's Ethan Hyrne for picking up his 100th career hit in the Lions' April 18 win agianst Mariemont!  

SOFTBALL:  Our defending Gray Division champion is Seven Hills - the Lady Stingers have won four of the last five divisional crowns.  CHCA has won three straight Scarlet Division championships.  This season, Cincinnati Country Day sits at 3-0 in Gray Division games, while CHCA is 4-0 in Scarlet Division contests.

BOYS AND GIRLS TRACK:  Cincinnati Christian is looking for back-to-back boys MVC track titles.  Summit Country Day is in search of the Lady Knights' fourth straight girls league trophy.  The 2024 MVC Championships are scheduled for May 9 at CHCA.

BOYS TENNIS:  Last spring, Seven Hills secured the Stingers' fourth straight league championship on the tennis courts.  The Stingers sit atop the MVC standings with a 10-1 overall record (4-0 in MVC matches).

BOYS LACROSSE:  CHCA is gunning for its fourth consecutive MVC title in boys lacrosse.  The Eagles sport a 4-0 overall record (2-0 in league play) so far this spring.

GIRLS LACROSSE:  The Lady Eagles of CHCA are looking for a three-peat this spring after back-to-back titles in 2022 and 2023.  This season, CHCA is 7-2 overall and leading the overall conference standings.

BOYS VOLLEYBALL:  Although the MVC doesn't officially sponsor boys volleyball, the conference has been successful in both regular season and postseason play.


SPRING SEASON NEWS BRIEFS

April 19:  Let's close the day by celebrating the most recent Enquirer Athletes of the Week, including Cincinnati Christian's Jackson Raby.  Read more HERE.

April 19:  I see some MVC performers listed in this Enquirer look at the area's top track and field performances so far this season.  Read Brendan Connelly's article HERE.

April 19:  Here is a conference-by-conference look at the area's best lacrosse players from the Enquirer's James Weber.  Read about them HERE.

April 18:  The Enquirer's Brendan Connelly takes a look at the area's top hitters on the softball diamonds.  Norwood's Ava Winchester made the list!  Read more HERE.

April 18 TriState Football takes a look at the 2024 Lockland Panthers football squad.  Read the preview HERE.

April 18:  The UC women's basketball squad has landed a good one in Purcell Marain's Dee Alexander.  The junior committed to the hometown Lady Bearcats for the 2025-26 season!  Read more HERE.

April 17TriState Football has begun its football team previews for 2024.  I'll try to stay on top of these, but let's begin with this snapshot of the New Miami Vikings HERE amd this one of the Norwood Indians HERE.

April 17:  Check out the week three Southwest Ohio Baseball Coaches Association's polls HERE.  CHCA, Roger Bacon, Cincinnati Country Day, Cincinnati Christian, Summit Country Day, Purcell Marian, and Clark Montessori land spots in the top ten in their respective divisions!

April 15:  Summit Country Day's Pete Sherman (baseball), Cincinnati Christian's Jackson Raby (baseball) and Micah Katz (boys track and field), MVCA's Noah Kruger (baseball), Clark Montessori's Calvin Acosta (baseball) and Jon Chaney (boys track and field), Cincinnati Country Day's Isabel Ramirez (girls lacrosse), CHCA's Kylene Werner (softball), Roger Bacon's Kendra Gee (softball) and Carlie Grosser (girls track and field), and Seven Hills' Avi Mahajan (boys tennis - singles) and Ethan Blatt and John Corbett (boys tennis - doubles) were among the nominees for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Clark Montessori baseball and Cincinnati Christian softball were also up for the Ohio Team of the Week honor.  Vote HERE.

April 15:  Shout out to all of this week's MVC Athletes of the Week!  Check out the high school recipients HERE and the junior high honorees HERE.

April 14:  Click HERE to see the final results from yesterday's CCD Track and Field Invitational.  Several MVC squads particiated in the annual meet.  Seven Hills girls (fourth) and Cincinnati Christian boys (third) were the MVC's top team finishers

April 12:  St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's R.J. Hudson is named an Enquirer Athlete of the Week.  Read more HERE.

April 11:  The Enquirer's Alex Harrison takes a look at which area baseball players are off to hot starts this spring.  Check them out HERE.

April 10:  Take a look at the week two baseball polls from the Southwest Ohio Baseball Coaches Association (SWOBCA) HERE.

April 8:  Seven Hills' Nick Cohen (baseball) and Siena Motch (girls lacrosse), St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's R.J. Hudson (baseball), Summit Country Day's Bryce McNair (baseball), MVCA's Evan Lafferty (baseball), CHCA's Zach O'Connell (baseball), Lockland's Aissata Kamara (softball), Cincinnati Christian's Ava Starks (softball), and Cincinnati Country Day's Luke Schnieber (boys track and field) were among this week's nominees for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  MVCA and Cincinnati Christian were up for the Ohio Baseball Team of the Week honor and Cincinnati Christian was in the running for the Ohio Softball Team of the Week award.  

April 8:  The newest MVC Athletes of the Week are rolling in ... check the high school recipients HERE and the junior high HERE.

April 6:  See complete results of yesterday's Coaches Classic Track Meet, held at CHCA HERE.  Good luck to all of our track squads this season!

April 5:  The Enquirer's James Weber takes a look at the area's hottest pitchers after the first few weeks of the baseball season HERE.

April 5:  New Miami's Jacob Curtis is an Enquirer Athlete of the Week award winner!  In addition, Cincinnati Christian was named the Ohio Baseball Team of the Week.  Read more HERE.

April 5SHOUT OUT to MVCA's Evan Lafferty for throwing a PERFECT GAME yesterday in the Lions' MVC opener against Clark Montessori!  He faced 18 batters and struck out 15 to move MVCA to 3-0 overall on the season.

April 3:  A little late, but check out this past week's top performers who were named Athletes of the Week on the MVC website HERE for high school and HERE for junior high.

April 2:  New Miami's Jacob Curtis (baseball), Cincinnati Christian's Kael Starks (baseball), Clark Montessori Calvin Acosta (baseball), St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's R.J. Hudson (baseball), Roger Bacon's Ian Childress (baseball) and Katherine Palermo (softball), Seven Hills' Davis Haas (baseball), MVCA's Evan Lafferty (baseball), and Norwood's Ali Winchester (softball) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  CHCA and Cincinnati Christian were up for the Ohio Baseball Team of the Week and Cincinnati Christian and Norwood were in contention for the Ohio Softball Team of the Week honor.

March 30:  Here's an interesting look at the city's stat leaders from the recently-finished boys basketball season.  Click HERE.

March 29:  Norwood's Noah Davis and Roger Bacon's Parker Cribbs earn Enquirer Athlete of the Week recognition.  Norwood is also named the Ohio Baseball Team of the Week award winner.  Read more HERE.

March 27 ALL-STATE BOYS BASKETBALL HONORS:  Congratulations to CHCA's Luke Sanders for earning First Team All-Ohio honors from the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association!  Other All-State honorees included Seven Hills' Terrance Yarbrough, Cincinnati Country Day's Andrew Zimmerman, Summit Country Day's Cayleb Walters, St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Frank Latham, Lockland's Damien Dawson, and MVCA's Gavin French.  See the complete list HERE.

March 25:  CHCA's Jasper Daniels (baseball) and Lucy Snyder (girls lacrosse), Purcell Marian's Ronan Ribar (baseball), Lockland's Aliou Diallo (baseball), Norwood's Noah Davis (baseball), Roger Bacon's Parker Cribbs (girls lacrosse), and Summit Country Day's Annette Lalonde (girls lacrosse) and Vanessa Carrington (girls track and field) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week.  In addition, Norwood and CHCA were up for the Ohio Baseball Team of the Week award. 

March 25ALL-STATE GIRLS BASKETBALL HONORS:  Huge SHOUT OUT to Cincinnati Country Day's Megan Zimmerman (First Team) and Elizabeth Zimmerman, Norwood's Ali Winchester, and Cincinnati Christian's Serena Cyprien for being named to the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association's Division III and Division IV All-Ohio girls basketball squad!  In Division II, Purcell Marian's Dee Alexander received Player of the Year and First Team accolades.  Joining Dee on the All-Ohio squad were Ky'Aira Miller and Jayda Mosley.  Read more HERE.

March 25:  The MVC Athletes of the Week are coming in!  Check out this past week's top performers HERE!

March 24:  Cincinnati Country Day (#1), Summit Country Day (#2), Cincinnati Christian (#5), Purcell Marian (#7), Seven Hills (8), and Clark Montessori (#10) earn spots in the season's first Southwest Ohio Baseball Coaches Poll!  In the Division II poll, CHCA sits at #2 and Roger Bacon sits at #8!  Read more HERE.

March 22:  Purcell Marian's Dee Alexander is named this week's Enquirer Athlete of the Week in girls basketball!  Read more HERE.

March 22:  Who made the list of the area's top softball players?  Find out for yourself in this Enquirer preview from Brendan Connelly HERE.

March 22:  Check out who the area's best boys tennis players are in this preview from the Enquirer's Kori Stewart HERE.

March 22: The Enquirer's James Weber takes a look at the area's top high school baseball players HERE.

March 18:  And here is this week's Enquirer Athlete of the Week nominees from the MVC:  Purcell Marian's Dee Alexander (girls basketball).  Also, both Summit Country Day boys lacrosse and CHCA's girls lacrosse were up for the Spring Team of the Week award.  Vote HERE.

March 18:  The spring season has just begun, and a few athletes have been recognized as MVC Athletes of the Week HERE.

March 15:  Take a look at who the top lacrosse players are in our area in this Enquirer lacrosse preview HERE.

Dee Alexander Named Back-to-Back "Ms. Basketball"

MS. BASKETBALL HONORS:  Congratulations to Purcell Marian's Dee Alexander for earning the title of Ms. Basketball for the second consecutive year!  This is only the seventh time that a player has won the award in consecutive years.  Read more HERE.  Photo below is during practice for the State Semifinal contest vs. Copley at UD Arena.  Read more HERE.

Just one day later, Dee, the Miami Valley Conference Scarlet Division Player of the Year, was named the Gatorade Ohio Girls Basketball Player of the Year!  Read more HERE.

STATE SEMIFINAL UPDATE:  The Lady Cavaliers defeated Copley and advanced to the State Championship game against Laurel March 16 at UD Arena at 5 pm!  Read more HERE

STATE FINAL UPDATE:  Can you say three-peat?  The Lady Cavs didn't let Laurel stand between them and a third straight OHSAA State Title, winning the championship contest 79-52!   Read more HERE.  Also HERE.  Of note, Dee became the career scoring leader in girls State basketball tournament history with 123 points!

 

Miami Valley Conference Winter Season Recap

NOTE:  Any errors or misspelled names, email me at mvcsid@gmail.com

 

SPORT-BY-SPORT LOOK AT THE WINTER SEASON

BOYS BASKETBALL:  Cincinnati Country Day wrapped up the Nighthawks' fourth divisional title in the last five years finishing 12-0 in Gray Division play.  Summit Country Day and CHCA captured the Scarlet Division championship, each finishing conference play with identical 10-2 records. 

ALL-MVC HONORS:  Shout out to our Players of the Year - Cincinnati Country Day's Andrew Zimmerman (Gray Division) and CHCA's Luke Sanders (Scarlet Division).  Coach of the Year honors went to Cincinnati Country Day's Greg Ross (Gray Division) and Summit Country Day's Kevin Johnson (Scarlet Division).  See the complete All-Conference recipients HERE for the Gray Division and HERE for the Scarlet Division.

ALL-DISTRICT HONORS:  Shout out to the following District 16 Division III All-District recipients:  Cincinnati Country Day's Andrew Zimmerman (Player of the Year) and Bryce Snell; Seven Hills' Terrance Yarborough and Devan Willis; Summit Country Day's Cayleb Walters; Clark Montessori's Emani Foster, Isaiah Douglas, Braylen McFadgen, and Danovan Hayden; and Purcell Marian's Marion Tate and Mike Manuel.  Division IV honorees included St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Frank Latham and Jaiden Jasper; MVCA's Gavin French; and Lockland's Damien Dawson and Dante Farley.

ALL-STATE HONORS:  Congratulations to CHCA's Luke Sanders for earning First Team All-Ohio honors from the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association!  Other All-State honorees included Seven Hills' Terrance Yarbrough, Cincinnati Country Day's Andrew Zimmerman, Summit Country Day's Cayleb Walters, St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Frank Latham, Lockland's Damien Dawson, and MVCA's Gavin French.  See the complete list HERE.

POSTSEASON UPDATES:  MVCA was the final conference team alive in the postseason before falling to Troy Christian in the District Final at UD Arena!  It was the Lions' first-ever trip to the District Tournament!  Read more HERE.  Summit Country Day and Lockland ended their seasons in the District semis.

GIRLS BASKETBALL:  Seven Hills secured the Gray Division title - the Lady Stingers' fourth divisional championship in the last five years, while Purcell Marian wrapped up at least a share its third consecutive Scarlet Division crown.  Both squads finished league play undefeated, combining for a 23-0 record!


ALL-MVC HONORS:  Tip of the cap to our Players of Year - Reagan Licata (Gray Division) and Purcell Marian's Dee Alexander (Scarlet Division) and to our Coaches of the Year - Seven Hills' Tyler McIlwraith (Gray Division) and Purcell Marian's Jamar Mosley (Scarlet Division).  See the complete All-MVC list HERE.

ALL-DISTRICT HONORS:  Congratulations to all of the MVC players who earned recognition on the All-District squad!  Purcell Marian's Dee Alexander is the DII Player of the Year and one of the nominees for Ohio's Ms. Basketball!  Cincinnati Country Day's Megan Zimmerman is the DIII Player of the Year.  Purcell Marian's Ky'Aira Miller also earned First Team recognition, as did Megan's sister Elizabeth for the Lady Nighthawks.  Check out the entire list HERE.

ALL-STATE HONORS:  Huge SHOUT OUT to Cincinnati Country Day's Megan Zimmerman (First Team) and Elizabeth Zimmerman, Norwood's Ali Winchester, and Cincinnati Christian's Serena Cyprien for being named to the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association's Division III and Division IV All-Ohio girls basketball squad!  In Division II, Purcell Marian's Dee Alexander earned Player of the Year and First Team honors.  Joining Dee on the All-Ohio squad were teammates Ky'Aira Miller and Jayda Mosley.  Read more HERE.

POSTSEASON UPDATES:  In postseason play, the last remaining MVC team still alive is Purcell Marian.  STATE BOUND:  The Lady Cavaliers defeated Badin to advance to the State Final Four for the fourth consecutive year!  Read more HERE.  Purcell Marian made it to the Regional Final after downing Carroll Bloom-Carroll in the Regional semifinals.  Read more HERE.  The Lady Cavs then defeated Copley to advance to the STATE CHAMPIONSHIP contest!  Read more HERE.  Cincinnati Country Day fell one game short of reaching the Regional Final, wrapping up a fine season with a 21-5 record.  Read more HERE.

STATE CHAMPIONS!

Congratulaions to the Purcell Marian Lady Cavaliers for capturing their third consecutive OHSAA State Championship on March 16!  The girls defated Laurel 79-52 to win the Division II crown!  Read more HERE.  And HERE.

MILESTONE ALERT:  Shout out to Cincinnati Country Day's Megan Zimmerman for eclipsing the 1000-point mark in a January 17 match-up and victory against Mercy McAuley!  Check out the videos HERE

MILESTONE ALERT:  Congratulations to Purcell Marian's Jayda Mosley for joining the 1000-point club for her career!  She reached the milestone in a January 27 win over Roger Bacon!  Watch the video HERE.

MILESTONE ALERT:  Congratulations to Norwood's Ali Winchester for notching her 1000th career point against Gamble Montessori on January 31!  Check out the video HERE.


BOYS WRESTLING
:  It's six in a row for Norwood, as the Indians captured another conference title on the mats.  Norwood finished with 202 points, while runner-up North College Hill finished with 80.  Complete results can be found HERE

ALL-MVC HONORS:  Co-Wrestlers of the Year were Norwood's Wyatt Hinton and North College Hill's Derrick Hoskins, while Coach of the Year recognition went to North College Hill's Aaron Wilson.  Complete MVC League Champions are listed HERE.

POSTSEASON UPDATES:  The DII Western Brown Sectional saw Roger Bacon finish 11th overall as the lone MVC squad competing.  The Spartans' Sam Schildmeyer was the conference's top finisher, placing second at 190 lbs.  Complete Western Brown Sectional results are HERE.  At the DIII Blanchester Sectional, Norwood was the MVC's top team finisher at fifth.  The Indians' Wyatt Hinton was the MVC's lone District champion, placing first at 138 lbs.  Blanchester Sectional results are HERESTATE BOUND:  At Districts, Norwood finished 11th in the DIII Troy Tournament and the Indians' Wyatt Hinton and Devin Isaac (alternate) advanced to this weekend's OHSAA State Tournament.  DII District results are HERE and DIII HERESTATE TOURNAMENT RECAP:  Norwood High School and the MVC can boast that we have a STATE CHAMPION!  The Indians' Wyatt Hinton brought home the gold in the 138 lb. weight class at the 2024 State Tourney!  Check out the final seconds of his Championship match HERE.  Read more HERE.  Also, check out his tremendous welcome home HERE!  Congratulations Wyatt on a great season!

MILESTONE ALERTS:  Congratulations to Norwood wrestlers Wyatt Hinton and Mason Kelsch for picking up their 100th career win on the mats this winter! 

MILESTONE ALERT:  Shout out to Roger Bacon's Ethan Smith for registering his 100th career victory for the Spartans!  Congratulations!


BOYS SWIMMING
:  CHCA won its fourth consecutive boys swim title, outdistancing runner-up Cincinnati Country Day 278-171. 

ALL-MVC HONORS:  Swimmer of the Year and Coach of the Year honors went to CHCA's Travis Detjen and Don Rielag respectively.  Complete results can be found HERE.  Other All-League recipients can be found HERE.

POSTSEASON UPDATESSECTIONALS:  Complete Princeton Sectional Swim Meet results are HERE and from the Mason Sectional HEREDISTRICTS:  Shout out to Cincinnati Country Day who finished eleventh overall.  Seven Hills finished thirteenth and CHCA placed fifteenth.  Results of the District Meet can be found HERESTATE BOUND:  State qualifiers can be found HERESTATE MEET UPDATES:  Purcell Marian's Leo Gustavsson had a great meet, finishing fifth in the 200 free and sixth in the 100 free.  Other swimmers to reach the podium included Seven Hills' Henry Stimson (fifth in the 100 breast and seventh in the 50 free) and Colin McNerney (eighth in the 500 free) and Cincinnati Country Day's Weichu Wang (runner-up in the 100 breast).  Read more HERE.  Complete State Meet results (boys) are HEREEnquirer photos from Geoff Blankenship are HERE.

GIRLS SWIMMING:  CHCA also captured the MVC girls swim championship - the Lady Eagles' second crown in the last four years. 

ALL-MVC HONORS:  Conference awards went to CHCA's Taylor Bacher (Swimmer of the Year) and to Don Rielag (Coach of the Year).  Complete results are HERE.  All-MVC honorees can be found HERE.

POSTSEASON UPDATESSECTIONALS:  Complete results from the Princeton Swim Meet are HERE and from the Mason Sectional HEREDISTRICTS:  The MVC had some fantastic team finishes, with five teams finishing in the top ten - CHCA (third), Summit Country Day (fourth), Seven Hills (seventh), Roger Bacon (ninth), and Cincinnati Country Day (tenth)!  Results from the District Championships can be found HERE.  Special SHOUT OUT to Summit Country Day diver Sadie Headley who finished eighth at Districts!  STATE BOUND:  The complete list of State Swim and Dive Meet qualifiers are HERE.  CHCA's Taylor Bacher has the top qualifying time in both the 200 and 500 free and Roger Bacon's Reese Reilly enters with the top qualifying time in 100 breast.  STATE MEET UPDATES:  CHCA finished fifth overall in the team standngs.  The MVC boasts a pair of STATE CHAMPIONS - CHCA's Taylor Bacher defended her 2023 title in the 200 free and Roger Bacon's Reese Reilly took gold in the 100 breast.  Taylor also reached the podium in the 500 free (runner-up) and as part of the the Lady Eagles' 200 and 400 free relays with Julia Shafer, Lila Gregory, and Abigail Connor which finished third and eighth respectively.  Reese also made the podium in the 200 IM, finishing fifth.  Julia (fifth in the 100 free and sixth in the 200 IM), Lila (seventh in the 100 fly), and Cincinnati Country Day's Caroline Ramirez (eighth in the 100 back) earned podium spots as well.  Read more HERE.  Complete State Meet results (girls) are HEREEnquirer photos from Geoff Blankenship are HERE.

BOYS BOWLING:  Norwood and Cincinnati Christian will share the 2024 MVC Championship in boys bowling. 

ALL-MVC HONORS:  Co-Bowlers of the Year honors went to Cincinnati Christian's Keller Harrison and Norwood's Bowen Garibay, while Coach of the Year recognition went to Norwood's Nathan Hale.  Complete All-MVC recipients can be found HERE.

POSTSEASON UPDATES:  Sectionals were held February 13 at Cherry Grove and at RollHouse Fairfield.  Congratulations to Norwood, Cincinnati Christian, and Seven Hills for advancing to the District tournament at Beaver-Vu Bowl.  Individual qualifiers included Roger Bacon's Joe Britton, North College Hills' Mr. Allen, and Clark Montessori's Anders Saling.  Cincinnati Christian's Keller Harrison was the MVC's top finisher, placing second at the RollHouse Sectional.  Complete individual results from the RollHouse Sectional are HERE and from the Cherry Grove Sectional HERE.  At the District Tournament, Seven Hills' Nicholas Stein was the MVC's top finisher at 31st.  Complete individual results are HERE.

GIRLS BOWLING:  Roger Bacon came away with the league title in girls bowling - the first conference championships for the Lady Spartans! 

ALL-MVC HONORS:  Cincinnati Christian's Brooklyn Porter was named Bowler of the Year and Roger Bacon's Jerry Bockhold earned Coach of the Year accolades.  All-MVC honorees are HERE.

POSTSEASON UPDATES:  At the Cherry Grove Sectional, Summit Country Day's Sophia Carazo, Kaitlyn Rassi, and Jana Conte, and Seven Hills' Madi Kasman advanced to the District tournament at Beaver-Vu Bowl.  See complete Cherry Grove individual results HERE.  The RollHouse Sectional saw Norwood crowned as Sectional Champions.  The Indians moved on to Districts and were joined by Roger Bacon and Cincinnati Christian.  Cincinnati Christian's Brooklyn Porter finished as Sectional runner-up.  Purcell Marian's Katie Slamkowski advanced to Districts as well.  See the complete RollHouse Sectional results HERE.  At Districts, Seven Hill's Madi Kasman (18th place) was the MVC's top finisher.  Complete results are HERE.

GYMNASTICS:  The 2024 City Championships were hosted by Cincinnati Country Day.  The host Lady Nighthawks finished fourth overall in the team competition!  Cincinnati Country Day's Hayden Zimmerman was the top MVC finisher in each event (18th on vault, 12th on bars, 16th on beam, and 15th on floor), leading to a fine twelfth-place finish in the all-around!

POSTSEASON UPDATES:  Shout out to Cincinnati Country Day who finished fifteenth overall at the 2024 District Gymnastics Meet.  The Lady Nighthawks' Hayden Zimmerman led all MVC performers in all events, leading to a 49th-place finish in the all-around.  Check out photos of the competition HERE.

 

WINTER SEASON NEWS BRIEFS

PINNED TO TOP:  Check out the Athlete of the Year finalists for the Cincinnati High School Sports Awards from the fall season below.  Winners will be announced in a live ceremony June 17 at The Taft Theater.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRYCLICK HERE
BOYS CROSS COUNTRYCLICK HERE
GIRLS SOCCERCLICK HERE
BOYS SOCCERCLICK HERE
BOYS GOLFCLICK HERE
GIRLS GOLFCLICK HERE
GIRLS TENNIS:  announced in the spring
VOLLEYBALLCLICK HERE
FOOTBALL (OFF. POY):  CLICK HERE
FOOTBALL (DEF. POY)CLICK HERE

March 16STATE CHAMPIONS!  Fittingly, the 2023024 winter sports season comes to a close with the Purcell Marian Lady Cavaliers capturing their third consecutive OHSAA State Championship!  The girls defated Laurel 79-52 to win the Division II crown!  Read more HERE.  And HERE.

March 16ALL-MVC GIRLS BASKETBALL HONORS:  Tip of the cap to our Players of Year - Reagan Licata (Gray Division) and Purcell Marian's Dee Alexander (Scarlet Division) and to our Coaches of the Year - Seven Hills' Tyler McIlwraith (Gray Division) and Purcell Marian's Jamar Mosley (Scarlet Division).  See the complete All-MVC list HERE.

March 15:  Congratulations to MVCA's Henry Patterson and Purcell Marian's Jayda Mosley for being named Enquirer Athletes of the Week!  Also, shout out to Purcell Marian for earning Ohio Girls Basketball Team of the Week honors.  Read more HERE.

March 16:  Norwood's Wyatt Hinton won a State wrestling title - check out how his community welcomed the young champion home HERE!

March 15STATE TITLE ON THE LINEPurcell Marian has moved on to tomorrow's STATE CHAMPIONSHIP for the third consecutive year!  The girls will face Laurel at UD Arena at 5 pm!  Read more HERE.

March 12:  MVCA's Henry Patterson (boys basketball), Cincinnati Country Day's Elizabeth Zimmerman (girls basketball), and Purcell Marian's Jayda Mosley (girls basketball) were nominees for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Purcell Marian was up for the Ohio Girls Basketball Team of the Week honor. 


March 10
STATE BOYS WRESTLING TOURNAMENT UPDATES:  Norwood High School and the MVC can boast that we have a STATE CHAMPION!  The Indians' Wyatt Hinton brought home the gold in the 138 lb. weight class at the 2024 State Tourney today!  Check out the final seconds of his Championship match HERE.  Read more HERE.  Congratulations Wyatt on a great season! Oh, and to show what type of person Wyatt is, he was named his school's recipient of the winter season's MVC Dick Snyder Sportsmanship Award!

STATE CHAMPION!

March 10 MVC DICK SNYDER SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD RECIPIENTS:  Shout out to our winter season Dick Snyder Sportsmanship Award honorees:  David Brown (Cincinnati Christian), Ellie Conner (Cincinnati Country Day), Keegan Shaenshang (CHCA), Braylen McFadgen (Clark Montessori), Mary Domingo Sales (Lockland), Henry Patterson (MVCA), Nate Hundley (New Miami), Xavier Stonom (North College Hill), Wyatt Hinton (Norwood), Gavin Weisgerber (Purcell Marian), Clare Schlichter (Roger Bacon), Mason Griffin (Seven Hills), Bryce Jewell (St. Bernard-Elmwood Place), and Lilly Martin (Summit Country Day).  See the complete list from over the years HERE.

March 10:  ALL-MVC CHEERLEADER HONORS:  The 2023-24 All-Conference cheerleading squad is as follows:  Audrey Mills (Cincinnati Christian), Nia Irby (Cincinnati Country Day), Cecilia Wissman (CHCA), Amina Issa (Clark Montessori), Kauge Sow (Lockland), Summer Kizer (MVCA), Rylin Ciavarella (New Miami), Briana Jones (North College Hill), Allijah Hurdle (Purcell Marian), Quanniyah Hand (Roger Bacon), Lina Asfaw (Seven Hills), and Amina Kone (St. Bernard-Elmwood Place).

March 10 ALL-MVC BOYS BASKETBALL HONORS:  Shout out to our Players of the Year - Cincinnati Country Day's Andrew Zimmerman (Gray Division) and CHCA's Luke Sanders (Scarlet Division).  Coach of the Year honors went to Cincinnati Country Day's Greg Ross (Gray Division) and Summit Country Day's Kevin Johnson (Scarlet Division).  See the complete All-Conference recipients HERE for the Gray Division and HERE for the Scarlet Division.

March 10POSTSEASON BOYS WRESTLING UPDATES:  Best of luck to Norwood's Wyatt Hinton who wrestles today for a STATE CHAMPIONSHIP!  Read more HERE.

March 9:  Congratulations to the MVCA boys basketball team on it historic season this winter.  The Lions fell to Troy Christian in tonight's District Final (the program's first trip to the District Tourney) to finish the season with a fine 17-9 record.  Read more HERE.

March 8POSTSEASON GIRLS BASKETBALL UPDATES:  In postseason play, the last remaining MVC team still alive is Regional Champion Purcell Marian.  STATE BOUND:  The Lady Cavaliers defeated Badin in convincing fashion tonight to advance to the State Final Four for the fourth consecutive year!  Read more HERE.  The girls square off against Copley March 15 at 1 pm at UD Arena!  MOVIN' ON!

March 8:  Norwood's Wyatt Hinton is named an Enquirer Athete of the Week.  Read more HERE.

March 8ALL-DISTRICT GIRLS BASKETBALL HONORS:  Congratulations to all of the MVC players who earned recognition on the All-District squad!  Purcell Marian's Dee Alexander is the DII Player of the Year and one of the nominees for Ohio's Ms. Basketball!  Cincinnati Country Day's Megan Zimmerman is the DIII Player of the Year.  Purcell Marian's Ky'Aira Miller also earned First Team recognition, as did Megan's sister Elizabeth for the Lady Nighthawks.  Check out the entire list HERE.

March 7:  POSTSEASON GIRLS BASKETBALL UPDATES:  Congratulations to Cincinnati Country Day on the Lady Nighthawks' fine season.  The girls fell last night in the Regional semis to finish the season with a 21-5 record.  Read more HERE.

March 6 POSTSEASON GIRLS BASKETBALL UPDATES:  Shout out to Purcell Marian for defeating Carroll Blloom-Carroll 77-43 last night to advance to Friday's Regional Final against Badin.  The game will be played at Springfield HS at 7 pm. Read more HERE.

March 5:  MVCA's Casey Heap (boys basketball), Summit Country Day's Tim Martin (boys basketballo), Purcell Marian's Ky'Aira Miller (girls basketball), Cincinnati Country Day's Megan Zimmerman (girls basketball), and Norwood's Wyatt Hinton (boys wrestling) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Cincinnati Country Day and Purcell Marian were up for the Ohio Girls Basketball Team of the Week honor. 

March 3POSTSEASON BOYS WRESTLING UPDATESSTATE BOUND:  At Districts, Norwood finished 11th in the DIII Troy Tournament and the Indians' Wyatt Hinton and Devin Isaac (alternate) advanced to this weekend's OHSAA State Tournament.  DII District results are HERE and DIII HERE.

March 3:  Shout out to Purcell Marian and Cincinnati Country Day girls basketball for capturing District Championships!  MOVIN' ON!

March 1:  Norwood's Ali WinchesterBrooklyn Porter, and Roger Bacon's Reese Reilly are named Enquirer Athletes of the Week.  Shout out to Norwood for being named the Ohio Girls Basketball Team of the Week!  Read more HERE.

March 1:  A pair of MVC athletes were among the nominees for the Southwest Ohio "That's Our Boy" award.  Shout out to Cincinnati Country Day's Parker Corbin and Summit Country Day's Graham Hodge.  Read more HERE.

March 1MVC BOYS BOWLING WRAP-UP:  Norwood and Cincinnati Christian will share the MVC Championship in boys bowling.  Co-Bowlers of the Year honors went to Cincinnati Christian's Keller Harrison and Norwood's Bowen Garibay, while Coach of the Year recognition went to Norwood's Nathan Hale.  Complete All-MVC recipients can be found HERE.

Match 1MVC GIRLS BOWLING WRAP-UP:  Roger Bacon came away with the league title in girls bowling - the first conference championships for the Lady Spartans!  Cincinnati Christian's Brooklyn Porter was named Bowler of the Year and Roger Bacon's Jerry Bockhold earned Coach of the Year accolades.  All-MVC honorees are HERE.

February 27:  Summit Country Day's Jalen Dandridge (boys basketball) and Sophia Carazo (girls bowling); Cincinnati Country Day's Andrew Zimmerman (boys basketball) and Elizabeth Zimmerman (girls basketball); Purcell Marian's Samaya Wilkins (girls basketball); Norwood's Ali Winchester (girls basketball), Riley Carman (boys bowling), and Wyatt Hinton (boys wrestling); Seven Hills' Nicholas Stein (boys bowling) and Madi Kasman (girls bowling); Cincinnati Christian's Keller Harrison (boys bowling) and Brooklyn Porter (girls bowling); Roger Bacon's Reese Reilly (girls swimming and diving); and CHCA's Taylor Bacher (girls swimming and diving) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week.  Summit Country Day, Norwood, and Purcell Marian were up for the Ohio Girls Basketball Team of the Week honor.  CHCA swimming was also up for the Girls Winter Team of the Week award.  

February 26:  It's Monday ... and you know what that means!  It's time for another group of MVC Athletes of the Week!  Check them out HERE.

February 25POSTSEASON BOYS WRESTLING UPDATES:  The DII Western Brown Sectional saw Roger Bacon finish 11th overall as the lone MVC squad competing.  The Spartans' Sam Schildmeyer was the conference's top finisher, placing second at 190 lbs.  Complete Western Brown Sectional results are HERE.  At the DIII Blanchester Sectional, Norwood was the MVC's top team finisher at fifth.  The Indians' Wyatt Hinton was the MVC's lone District champion, placing first at 138 lbs.  Blanchester Sectional results are HERE.  Congratulations to all of our DII qualifiers to Saturday's District Tournament at Wilmington HS and our DIII District qualifiers at Troy's Hobart Arena.

February 24MVC BOYS WRESTLING WRAP-UP:  It's six in a row for Norwood, as the Indians captured another conference title on the mats.  Norwood finished with 202 points, while runner-up North College Hill finished with 80.  Complete results can be found HERE.  Co-Wrestlers of the Year were Norwood's Wyatt Hinton and North College Hill's Derrick Hoskins, while Coach of the Year recognition went to North College Hill's Aaron Wilson.  Complete MVC League Champions are listed HERE.

February 24MVC BOYS SWIMMING WRAP-UP:  CHCA won its fourth consecutive boys swim title, outdistancing runner-up Cincinnati Country Day 278-171.  Swimmer of the Year and Coach of the Year honors went to CHCA's Travis Detjen and Don Rielag respectively.  Complete results of the Conference Meet can be found HERE.  Other All-League recipients can be found HERE.  

February 24MVC GIRLS SWIMMING WRAP-UP:  CHCA also captured the MVC girls swim championship - the Lady Eagles' second crown in the last four years.  Conference awards went to CHCA's Taylor Bacher (Swimmer of the Year) and to Don Rielag (Coach of the Year).  Complete MVC Meet results are HERE.  All-MVC honorees can be found HERE.  

February 24 STATE GIRLS SWIM MEET UPDATES:  CAN YOU SAY STATE CHAMPIONS!  The MVC boasts a pair of STATE CHAMPIONS - CHCA's Taylor Bacher defended her 2023 title in the 200 free and Roger Bacon's Reese Reilly took gold in the 100 breast.  Taylor also reached the podium in the 500 free (runner-up) and as part of the the Lady Eagles' 200 and 400 free relays with Julia Shafer, Lila Gregory, and Abigail Connor which finished third and eighth respectively.  Reese also made the podium in the 200 IM, finishing fifth.  Julia (fifth in the 100 free and sixth in the 200 IM), Lila (seventh in the 100 fly), and Cincinnati Country Day's Caroline Ramirez (eighth in the 100 back) earned podium spots as well.  Read more HERE.  Complete State Meet results (girls) are HEREEnquirer photos from Geoff Blankenship are HERE.


February 24
STATE BOYS SWIM MEET UPDATES:  Purcell Marian's Leo Gustavsson had a great meet, finishing fifth in the 200 free and sixth in the 100 free.  Other swimmers to reach the podium included Seven Hills' Henry Stimson (fifth in the 100 breast and seventh in the 50 free) and Colin McNerney (eighth in the 500 free) and Cincinnati Country Day's Weichu Wang (runner-up in the 100 breast - pictured below).  Read more HERE.  Complete State Meet results (boys) are HEREEnquirer photos from Geoff Blankenship are HERE.

February 23:  Shout out to Summit Country Day's Sophia Strehle for being named an Enquirer Athlete of the Week!  Read more HERE.

February 23:  Shout out to Purcell Marian's freshmen boys basketball squad.  The Cavaliers downed Roger Bacon in the finals of the MVC Freshmen Tournament yesterday 60-49.  Congratulations!

February 23:  POSTSEASON GIRLS BASKETBALL UPDATES:  In postseason play, the last remaining MVC teams still alive are as follows:  Purcell Marian (Monday vs. Franklin at Loveland HS), Norwood (Saturday vs. Mariemont at Wilmington HS), Cincinnati Country Day vs. Seven Hills (Monday at Fairfield HS), and Summit Country Day (Monday vs. Madeira at Fairfield HS).

February 22POSTSEASON BOYS BOWLING UPDATES:  At yesterday's District Tournament, Seven Hills' Nicholas Stein was the MVC's top finisher at 31st.  Complete individual results are HERE.

February 21 POSTSEASON GIRLS BOWLING UPDATES:  At yesterday's District Tournament, Seven Hill's Madi Kasman (18th place) was the MVC's top finisher.  Complete individual results are HERE.

February 20:  Summit Country Day's Tim Martin (boys basketball), Sophia Strehle (girls basketball), and Sophia Carazo (girls bowling); MVCA's Casey Heap (boys basketball); Cincinnati Country Day's Bryce Snell (boys basketball), Weichu Wang (boys swimming and diving), and Caroline Ramirez (girls swimming and diving); Purcell Marian's Michael Manuel (boys basketball), Ky'Aira Miller (girls basketball), Katie Slamkowski (girls bowling), and Leo Gustavsson (boys swimming and diving); Seven Hills' Devan Willis (boys basketball), Elan Little (boys bowling), and Madi Kasman (girls bowling); Norwood's Bowen Garibay (boys bowling), Annslee Braden (girls bowling), and Wyatt Hinton (boys wrestling); North College Hill's Mr. Allen (boys bowling); Clark Montessori's Anders Saling (boys bowling); Cincinnati Christian's Keller Harrison (boys bowling) and Brooklyn Porter (girls bowling); Roger Bacon's Joe Britton (boys bowling) and Sophia Siegel-Barlow (girls bowling); and CHCA's Taylor Bacher (girls swimming and diving) were among the nominees for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  CHCA boys and Purcell Marian girls were up for the Ohio Basketball Team of the Week honor.  Norwood boys wrestling and girls bowling were in contention for the Winter Team of the Week award. 

February 19:  Our top performers from last week are rolling in!  Check out the most recent Athletes of the Week HERE.

February 18 POSTSEASON BOYS SWIM UPDATESSECTIONALSComplete Princeton Sectional Swim Meet results are HERE and from the Mason Sectional HEREDISTRICTS:  Shout out to Cincinnati Country Day who finished eleventh overall.  Seven Hills finished thirteenth and CHCA placed fifteenth.  Results of the District Meet can be found HERESTATE BOUND:  State qualifiers can be found HERE.  Good luck to all of our MVC State Meet qualifiers!

February 18POSTSEASON GIRLS SWIM AND DIVE UPDATESSECTIONALS:  Complete results from the Princeton Swim Meet are HERE and from the Mason Sectional HEREDISTRICTS:  The MVC had some fantastic team finishes, with five teams finishing in the top ten - CHCA (third), Summit Country Day (fourth), Seven Hills (seventh), Roger Bacon (ninth), and Cincinnati Country Day (tenth)!  Results from the District Championships can be found HERE.  Special SHOUT OUT to Summit Country Day diver Sadie Headley (pictured far right below) who finished eighth at Districts!  STATE BOUND:  The complete list of State Swim and Dive Meet qualifiers are HERE.  CHCA's Taylor Bacher has the top qualifying time in both the 200 and 500 free and Roger Bacon's Reese Reilly enters with the top qualifying time in 100 breast!

February 17CITY GYMNASTICS UPDATES:  Today's 2024 City Championships were hosted by Cincinnati Country Day.  The host Lady Nighthawks finished fourth overall in the team competition!  Cincinnati Country Day's Hayden Zimmerman was the top MVC finisher in each event (18th on vault, 12th on bars, 16th on beam, and 15th on floor), leading to a fine twelfth-place finish in the all-around!  Congratulations!

February 17DISTRICT SWIM MEET UPDATES:  Results from yesterday's District Swim Meet can be found HERE for the boys and HERE for the girls.  State qualifiers will be announced later this weekend.

February 17 MVC WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIPS UPDATES:  It's six in a row for Norwood, as the Indians captured another conference title on the mats.  Norwood finished with 202 points, while runner-up North College Hill finished with 80.  Complete results can be found HERE.

February 16:  Seven Hills' Raine Ellerman has been named an Enquirer Athlete of the Week award winner!  Read more HERE.

February 16:  POSTSEASON GIRLS BOWLING UPDATES:  At yesterday's RollHouse Sectional, Norwood was crowned as Sectional Champions.  The Indians move on to Districts and will be joined by Roger Bacon and Cincinnati Christian.  Cincinnati Christian's Brooklyn Porter finished as Sectional runner-up.  Purcell Marian's Katie Slamkowski advanced to Districts as well.  See the complete individual results HERE.

February 15OHSAA NEWS RELEASE:  The OHSAA has voted to expand the number of divisions for postseason tournaments.  Read more HERE.

February 15POSTSEASON GIRLS BOWLING UPDATES:  At yesterday's Cherry Grove Sectional, Summit Country Day's Sophia Carazo, Kaitlyn Rassi, and Jana Conte, and Seven Hills' Madi Kasman advanced to Tuesday's District tournament at Beaver-Vu Bowl.  See complete individual results HERE.  Sectionals continue today at RollHouse for Cincinnati Christian, North College Hill, Norwood, Purcell Marian, and Roger Bacon.

February 14POSTSEASON BOYS BOWLING UPDATES:  Congratulations to Norwood, Cincinnati Christian, and Seven Hills for advancing to the February 21 District tournament at Beaver-Vu Bowl.  Individual qualifiers included Roger Bacon's Joe Britton, North College Hills' Mr. Allen, and Clark Montessori's Anders Saling.  Cincinnati Christian's Keller Harrison was the MVC's top finisher, placing second at the RollHouse Sectional.  Complete individual results from the RollHouse Sectional are HERE and from the Cherry Grove Sectional HERE.

February 13:  Seven Hill's Terrance Yarbrough (boys basketball), Rocco Maislin (boys bowling), and Raine Ellerman (girls swimming and diving); New Miami's Sam Meyer (boys basketball); Cincinnati Christian's Steven Burton (boys basketball) and Kaylin Davis (girls basketball); MVCA's Lucy Rosen (girls basketball); Norwood's Bowen Garibay (boys bowling); and Cincinnati Country Day's Maria Steppe (gymnastics) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Summit Country Day was up for the Ohio Boys Basketball Team of the Week honor.  

February 12:  Another week ... and another group of ECC Athletes of the Week are being posted to the conference website.  Check them out HERE for the high school and HERE for the junior high.

February 11MOVING ON:  Congratulations to all of our swimmers headed to Districts!  Check our MVC qualifiers for the boys HERE and for the girls HERE

February 9:  Shout out to St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Frank Latham, Norwood's Chase Burns, and Seven Hills' Henry Stimson for earning Enquirer Athlete of the Week honors!  Read more HERE.

February 6:  Cincinnati Country Day's Andrew Zimmerman (boys basketball); Roger Bacon's Christian Byrd (boys basketball) and Morgan Rohling (girls basketball); St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Frank Latham (boys basketball); Cincinnati Christian's Kaylin Davis (girls basketball), Keller Harrison (boys bowling), and Brooklyn Porter (girls bowling); Norwood's Chase Burns (boys bowling), Annslee Braden (girls bowling), and Mason Kelsch (boys wrestling); Seven Hills' Henry Stimson (boys swimming and diving); Summit Country Day's Lily Mitchell (girls swimming and diving); and CHCA's Lila Gregory (girls swimming and diving) were among the finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week honor.  Cincinnati Country Day boys and Purcell Marian girls were in the running for the Ohio Basketball Team of the Week award.  CHCA boys AND girls swim teams were up for the Winter Team of the Week recognition.  

February 5:  Check out the latest MVC Athletes of the Week being posted to the conferences websites - high school HERE and middle school HERE.

February 5POSTSEASON GIRLS BASKETBALL UPDATES:  The Sectional tournament match-ups have been announced.  Check out all the brackets HERE on the SWDAB site.

February 4MILESTONE ALERT:  Congratulations to Roger Bacon wrestler Ethan Smith for recording his 100th career win at National Trail's Blazer Invitational! 


February 4MILESTONE ALERT:  Shout out to Norwood's Ali Winchester for notching her 1000th career point January 31 against Gamble Montessori!  Congratulations!

January 30:  Clark Montessori's Emani Foster (boys basketball); Purcell Marian's Chris Washington (boys basketball); CHCA's Luke Sanders (boys basketball); Cincinnati Country Day's Bryce Snell (boys basketball) and Piper Farris (girls basketball); Lockland's Damien Dawson (boys basketball); North College Hill's Destiny Newman (girls basketball); and Cincinnati Christian's Keller Harrison (boys bowling) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Cincinnati Country Day was up for the Ohio Boys Basketball Team of the Week honor. 

January 29:  Shout out to this past week's top performers - read about their exploits HERE for high school recipients and HERE for middle school.

January 28MILESTONE ALERT:  Congratulations to Purcell Marian's Jayda Mosley for joining the 1000-point club for her career!  She reached the milestone in yesterday's win over Roger Bacon!

January 27:  Check out these Enquirer photos from last night's boys basketball contest between Summit Country Day and Purcell Marian HERE.

January 26:  Norwood is one of the few area schools who have advanced to the OHSAA State Duals in wrestling!  Read more HERE.

January 23:  CHCA's Griffin Ridner Richard (boys basketball) and Nick Wickler (boys swimming and diving); Summit Country Day's Jalen Dandridge (boys basketball); MVCA's Hailey Farmer (girls basketball); Purcell Marian's Dee Alexander (girls basketball); Norwood's Bowen Garibay (boys bowling); and Cincinnati Christian's Michael Brown (boys bowling) were among the nominees for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Summit Country Day and Cincinnati Country Day (boys) and Seven Hills (girls) were up for the Ohio Basketball Team of the Week honor.  Roger Bacon bowling was in contention for the Girls Winter Team of the Week award.  

January 22:  The top performers from the past week are coming in!  Check out the latest MVC Athletes of the Week HERE (high school) and HERE (middle school).

January 19:  Norwood's Kylie Jones is named an Enquirer Athlete of the Week award winner.  MVCA is also named the Ohio Boys Basketball Team of the Week!  Read more HERE.

January 16:  Cincinnati Christian's Tyler Booth (boys basketball) and Michael Brown (boys bowling); CHCA's Luke Sanders (boys basketball) and Taylor Bacher (girls swimming and diving); Norwood's Kylie Jones (girls basketball) and Bowen Garibay (boys bowling); Seven Hills' Reagan Licata (girls basketball) and Elan Little (boys bowling); Roger Bacon's Claire Evans (girls bowling) and Reese Reilly (girls swimming and diving); and Cincinnati Country Day's Delaney Gorman (girls swimming and diving) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  MVCA (boys) and Seven Hills and Purcell Marian (girls) were up for the Ohio Basketball Team of the Week award.  Vote HERE.

January 15:  Check out the complete results from this weekend's Coaches Classic Swim Meet HERE.  Special shout out to CHCA (girls) who finished eighth and to Seven Hills (boys) who finished 17th in the team standings!  Congratulations to all of our swimmers and divers who competed!

January 15:  Winter season is moving right along ... and the most recent MVC Athletes of the Week are being posted HERE for high school and HERE for middle school.

January 12:  WCPO's Mike Dyer provides a glimpse into Cincinnati Country Day's Zimmerman triplets HERE.

January 11:  Good luck to all of our swimmers and divers competing this weekend in the 40th annual Southwest Ohio Classic!  Read more HERE.

January 10:  Check out the srea's top bowlers midway through the season HERE.  Quite a few MVC bowlers are listed!

January 9:  St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Frank Latham (boys basketball); Purcell Marian's Michael Manuel (boys basketball) and Christopher Williams (boys bowling); MVCA's Gavin French (boys basketball); Cincinnati Country Day's Megan Zimmerman (girls basketball); Roger Bacon's Leah Fulton (girls basketball) and Claire Evans (girls bowling); and New Miami's Brooke Sandlin (girls basketball) were among the nominees for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week honor.  Purcell Marian boys and Seven Hills girls were up for the Ohio Basketball Team of the Week award.  Roger Bacon bowling was also up for the Girls Winter Team of the Week accolade.  

January 8:  Purcell Marian and Cincinnati Country Day earns spots in the season's first AP state girls basketball polls HERE.

January 8:  Congratulations go out to Cincinnati Country Day's Hayden Zimmerman for her fine performance at her school's big gymnastics invitational Sunday!  Hayden finished 33rd in the all-around at a meet which featured performers from 22 schools!  She led the Lady Nighthawks in each event, highlighted by her 28th-place result in the vault.  CCD finished twelfth in the team standings!  Seven Hills' top performer was Evie Ferguson who led the Lady Stingers on vault, bars, and floor.

January 8:  Check out the newest group of MVC Athletes of the Week being posted to the conference website!  High school recipients can be found HERE and middle school HERE.

January 5:  Summit Country Day's Cayleb Walters and Cincinnati Country Day's Hayden Zimmerman have received Enquirer Athlete of the Week recognition!  Read more HERE.

January 5:  Cincinnati Country Day will host one of the state's longest-running gymnastics meets this weekend, with some 22 schools competing!  Read more HERE.

January 3:  Cincinnati Country Day's Andrew Zimmerman (boys basketball), Elizabeth Zimmerman (girls basketball), and Hayden Zimmerman (gymnastics); Summit Country Day's Cayleb Walters (boys basketball); Norwood's Ali Winchester (girls basketball); Roger Bacon's Jonathan Reilly (boys swimming and diving), Amanda Penson (girls bowling), and Reese Reilly (girls swimming and diving); and Seven Hills' Madison Zortman (girls swimming and diving) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  CHCA boys and Purcell Marian girls were up for the Ohio Basketball Team of the Week awards and Roger Bacon bowling was in contention for the Girls Winter Team of the Week honor.  

January 1:  The rest of the Enquirer Fall All-Stars (football was posted last week).  Special shout out to our Players of the Year - CHCA's Nathaniel Gockerman and Cincinnati Christian's Micah Katz (boys cross country) and Elizabeth Zimmerman (girls soccer).  Cincinnati Christian's Kelly Katz (volleyball), Seven Hills' Mike Combs and Mike Fee (boys soccer) and Theresa Hirschauer (girls soccer) earned Coach of the Year honors.  See the complete All-City list HERE.

January 1:  The new year brings a new group of MVC Athletes of the Week, being posted on the conference website.  Congratulations to all of this past week's top performers!  High school recipients are HERE and junior high honorees are HERE.

December 27:  The Enquirer Fall All-Stars (also known as All-City players) are rolling in, beginning with football HERE.  Shout out to our Player of the Year - Purcell Marian's Jayonn Saunders

December 26:  The holidays are over, so let's check out the latest MVC high school Athletes of the Week posted HERE.  Our middle school recipients can be found HERE.

December 24:  Shout out to the Norwood girls basketball team for capturing its third straight St. Bernard-Elmwood Place Crossover Tourney title this weekend!  The Lady Indians' Ali Winchester earned tournament MVP honors!

December 24:  Congratulations to the boys wrestling team from Norwood for placing fifth at this weekend's SWOWCA Coaches Classic at Middletown High School.  The tournament is extremely competitive, with over 40 teams competing!  Top-5 finishers for the Indians included Wyatt Hinton (3rd) and Mason Kelsch (5th).  See complete results HERE.


December 22:  Congratulations to MVCA's Henry Patterson for being named and Enquirer Athlete of the Week.  Read more HERE.

December 22:  Check out our growing list of college commits HERE.  If your school's student-athletes aren't listed, email me (mvcsid@gmail.com) and let me know!

December 20THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME!  Norwood officially began play on the school's new basketball floor last night.  Read more HERE.

December 19MILESTONE ALERTS:  Congratulations to Norwood wrestlers Wyatt Hinton and Mason Kelsch for picking up their 100th career win on the mats!  


December 19:  MVCA's Henry Patterson (boys basketball); St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Frank Latham (boys basketball); Purcell Marian's Ky'Aira Miller (girls basketball) and Leo Gustavvson (boys swimming and diving); Cincinnati Christian's Tori Schneider (girls swimming and diving); and Norwood's Wyatt Hinton (boys wrestling) were among the nominees for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Cincinnati Country Day boys and Cincinnati Christian girls were up for the Ohio Basketball Team of the Week award and Roger Bacon girls swimming was in contention for the Winter Team of the Week honor.  

December 18:  Some great performances were turned in around the conference last week.  Check out the MVC Athletes of the Week HERE (high school) and HERE (junior high).

December 17:  Check out the results from North College Hill's Everette Howard Memorial Wrestling Invitational HERE.  Roger Bacon finished sixth to lead all MVC schools.  Also, Norwood finished tenth at the Edgewood Invitational.  Results are HERE.

December 16 MILESTONE ALERT:  Congratulations to CHCA junior Luke Sanders for picking up his 1000th career point in the Eagles' December 8 match-up against Purcell Marian!

December 12:  Clark Montessori Emani Foster (boys Basketball); Cincinnati Country Day's Bryce Snell (boys basketball); Cincinnati Christian's Tyler Booth (boys basketball) and Grady Bosse (boys swimming and diving);  CHCA's Luke Sanders (boys basketball); MVCA's Hailey Farmer (girls basketball); and Norwood's Lydia Moyer (girls basketball) and Bowen Garibay (boys bowling) were nominees for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  CHCA boys and Seven Hills girls were up for the Ohio Basketball Team of the Week award, and Summit Country Day swimming was in contention for the Girls Winter Team of the Week honor. 

December 11:  The Enquirer High School Sports Awards event is set to return in 2024!  All the information can be found HERE.

December 11:  The new week brings our newest recipients of the MVC Athlete of the Week recognition.  See this past week's top performers HERE for the high school and HERE for the middle school.

December 8:  The Southwest Ohio Football Coaches Association (SWOFCA) announced its All-City selections!  Congratulations to all of our MVC honorees!


December 6HUGE SHOUT OUT to Summit Country Day's Bree Reder and Cincinnati Country Day's Elizabeth Zimmerman for being named soccer ALL AMERICANS by the United Soccer Coaches National Coaches Association.   Read more HERE.

December 5:  Here's the complete list of All-State football players for Division IV and V from the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association.  Special shout out to our First Team honorees - CHCA's Reno Roehm and Purcell Marian's Jayell Harris, Aaron Scott, Levi Smiley, and Jayonn Saunders.  Read more HERE.

December 5:  CHCA's Luke Sanders (boys basketball), Clark Montessori Emani Foster (boys basketball), St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Frank Latham (boys basketball), Cincinnati Country Day's Bryce Snell (boys basketball) and Elizabeth Zimmerman (girls basketball), Norwood's Kylie Jones (girls basketball), and Cincinnati Christian's Tori Schneider (girls swimming and diving) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Clark Montessori boys and Cincinnati Country Day and Seven Hills girls were up for the Ohio Basketball Team of the Week award and Roger Bacon boys and girls swimming and Summit Country Day girls bowling were up for the Winter Team of the Week honor. 

December 4:  The Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association is releasing its All-State football recipients this week.  See the first group of honorees coming from Division VI and VII HERE.  Among the players listed are First Team honorees from Cincinnati Country Day - Lee Thomas, Andrew Zimmerman, Shepard Snell, and Ryan Coyle!  Division IV and V will be released tomorrow.

December 4:  Here are the area's high school gymnasts to watch as the 2023 season begins.  See the complete list HERE.

December 4:  Congratulations to this past week's MVC Athletes of the Week - being posted to the MVC website HERE.  Also, check out the middle school honorees HERE.

December 1:  Relive Cincinnati Country Day's and Summit Country Day's State Championship runs in girls soccer by watching these interviews from the Enquirer's Brendan Connelly HERE (Cincinnati Country Day) and HERE (Summit Country Day).

December 1:  Let's begin December by taking a look at the top boys and girls in the sport of wrestling.  Read more HERE about the boys and HERE about the girls.

December 1:  Here are several area football players who deserve a longer look from college recruits.  Read more HERE.

November 29:  Purcell Marian basketball standout Dee Alexander is named a preseason All-American by MaxPreps!  Read more HERE.

November 29:  Our first MVC winter Athletes of the Week have been posted HERE.  Also, check out the first-ever MVC junior high Athletes of the Week HERE.  We will continue to post our top performers every week throughout the winter!

November 28:  Purcell Marian's Trinity Small (girls basketball) and Cincinnati Christian's Kaylin Davis (girls basketball) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Purcell Marian was up for the Ohio Girls Basketball Team of the Week award and Clark Montessori boys bowling was up for the Winter Team of the week honor.  

November 26:  Purcell Marian's Dee Alexander (#1) and Seini Hicks (#4) are both named among the state's top players, according to USA TODAY Network Ohio staff.  Read more HERE.

November 24:  More winter sports previews - check out the area's top bowlers in this Enquirer preview HERE.

November 24:  Just who are the area's top swimmers and divers?  Find out in this Enquirer preview HERE.

November 24:  Here's a preview of the upcoming boys basketball season from the Enquirer.  Read more HERE and HERE.

November 22:  Get a quick glimpse at the upcoming girls basketball season by checking out these two articles from the Enquirer HERE and HERE.

Miami Valley Conference Fall Season Recap

NOTE:  Any errors or misspelled names, email me at mvcsid@gmail.com

SPORT-BY-SPORT LOOK AT THE FALL SEASON


FOOTBALLDIVISIONAL CHAMPIONS:  Defending Gray Division champion Cincinnati Country Day compiled a perfect 10-0 overall record this fall and coming away with the Nighthawks' second straight divisional title.  Purcell Marian finished 5-0 in Scarlet Division play and earned its first-ever MVC divisional championship.  Check out this year's standings and stats HERE.


OHSAA POSTSEASON QUALIFIERS
Playoff picture is now complete - congratulations to the following MVC squads for advancing to the postseason:  Cincinnati Country Day, Roger Bacon, Purcell Marian, Lockland, and St. Bernard-Elmwood Place.  Read more HERE.

ROUND ONE WINNERS
Cincinnati Country Day
Purcell Marian
(read more HERE)

ROUND TWO WINNERS
Cincinnati Country Day
Purcell Marian
(watch how HERE) (read more HERE)

ROUND THREE RESULTS
Cincinnati Country Day
lost to Versailles 55-13 (read more HERE)
Purcell Marian
fell to Valley View 31-22

ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS:  Congratulations to our Players of the Year from the Gray Division, Cincinnati Country Day's Parker Corbin (Offensive) and Shepard Snell (Defensive), and from the Scarlet Division, CHCA's Isaiah Petty (Offensive) and Purcell Marian's Jayonn Saunders (Defensive).  Coach of the Year honors went to Cincinnati Country Day's Dennis Coyle (Gray Division) and to Purcell Marian's Jeremy Pflug (Scarlet Division).  See the complete Gray Division list HERE and Scarlet Division HERE.

ALL-DISTRICT HONORS:  Check out the entire list of All-District selections from the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association (OPSWA) HERE.  Special shout out to Purcell Marian's Jayonn Saunders and Cincinnati Country Day's Shepard Snell for earning Defensive Players of the Year!

ALL-STATE HONORS:  The Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association announced its All-Ohio football squad.  Division VI and VII can be found HERE.  Among the players listed are First Team honorees from Cincinnati Country Day - Lee Thomas, Andrew Zimmerman, Shepard Snell, and Ryan Coyle!  The complete list of All-State football players for Division IV and V can be found HERE.  Special shout out to our First Team honorees - CHCA's Reno Roehm and Purcell Marian's Jayell Harris, Aaron Scott, Levi Smiley, and Jayonn Saunders.

VOLLEYBALLDIVISIONAL CHAMPIONS:  Seven Hills (12-0) wrapped up its second straight Gray Division title, while Roger Bacon (11-1) captured the Scarlet Division championship for the third straight year.  Check out this year's standings and stats HERE.

POSTSEASON UPDATE:  Roger Bacon (DII) and Summit Country Day (DIII) captured District Championships and moved on to the Regional Semifinal in their respective divisions.  It was the sixth straight title for the Lady Spartans and the second straight for the Lady Knights.  In the Regional semis, Summit Country Day defeated Versailles and advanced to the Regional Final.  The Lady Knights fell just short of a trip to the State Final Four, falling to McNicholas in the Regional Final to finish their season at 22-6!  Roger Bacon fell to Mercy McAuley in the Regional semi to finish its season at 21-5.  Also shout out to MVCA and Cincinnati Christian for finishing their seasons as District runners-up.

ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS:  Congratulations to our Players of the Year, Roger Bacon's Kelsey Niesen and Seven Hills' Annie Katuska, and to our Coaches of the Year, Summit Country Day's Karen Hess and Seven Hills' Michelle Cowherd.  See the complete All-MVC list HERE for the Gray Division and HERE for the Scarlet Division.

ALL-STATE HONORS:  Congratulations to the our three MVC volleyball players to earn All-Ohio recognition from the Ohio High School Volleyball Coaches Association - Roger Bacon's Kelsey Niesen (First Team) and Mariah Gaines and CHCA's Allison Barrick.  Also, shout out to Roger Bacon's Alyssa Flading for earning the Coaching Achievement Award.  See complete List HERE.

BOYS SOCCER:  DIVISIONAL CHAMPIONS:  Summit Country Day completed Scarlet Division play with a perfect 4-0-0 record to bring home the divisional title - the Knights' fifth straight divisional crown.  It is the Knights' fifth title in a row.  Cincinnati Christian also finished 4-0-0 to also capture its fifth consecutive Gray Division title.  Check out this year's standings and stats HERE.

POSTSEASON UPDATEDISTRICT CHAMPIONS:  Summit Country Day and Seven Hills each captured District Championships in boys soccer.  The Knights downed Carroll 3-0 and the Stingers defeated Troy Christian 2-1 in overtime to each move on to the Regional Semifinals.  In the semis, Summit Country Day defeated Indian Hill 2-1 to move on to the Regional Final vs. Tippecanoe.  Seven Hills was also in action in the Regional Final against Waynesville after defeating Mariemont 2-1 in the semis.  Unfortunately, both squads fell in the Regional Final.  Summit Country Day finished the season at 15-7 and Seven Hills at 18-3.

ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS:  Shout out to Norwood's Graham Metz and to Seven Hills' Everett Rinaldi for earning Player of the Year recognition.  Coach of the Year accolades went to Cincinnati Christian's Brian Nelson and to Summit Country Day's Scott Sievering.  See the complete All-League list HERE for the Gray Division and HERE for the Scarlet Division.

ALL-DISTRICT AND ALL-STATE HONORS:  See complete list of area players to earn All-Ohio and/or All-District honors HERE.  Congratulations to Summit Country Day's Scott Sievering and Seven Hills' Mike Combs for earning District Coach of the Year honors.


GIRLS SOCCER
DIVISIONAL CHAMPIONS:  Summit Country Day finished with a 4-0-0 record in MVC action to capture the Scarlet Division title - the Lady Knights' first championship since divisional play began.  Norwood finished 4-0-0 in conference play and take home the Gray Division crown - the school's fifth championship in a row.  Check out this year's standings and stats HERE


POSTSEASON UPDATE:  Both Summit Country Day and Cincinnati Country Day won District Championships and advanced on to Regionals!  The Lady Knights downed Carroll 5-2 in DII play, while the Lady Nighthawks defeated Anna 5-0 in DIII action.  In the Regional semis, both squads were victorious and moved on to the Regional Finals and a possible spot in the State Final Four!  The Lady Knights downed Badin 3-1 (read more HERE), while the Lady Nighthawks defeated Grandview Heights 4-0.  STATE FINAL FOUR:  Congratulations to Cincinnati Country Day for advancing to the State Final Four (DIII) after downing Lynchburg Clay 6-0 in the Regional Finals!  Summit Country Day joined the Lady Nighthawks in the State Final Four (DII) after knocking off previously unbeaten Waynesville 3-1.  Read more HERESTATE FINAL BOUND:  Cincinnati Country Day defeated Madeira 4-0 (read more HERE) and Summit Country Day blanked Millersburg West Holmes 5-0 (read more HERE) to each advance to the OHSAA STATE CHAMPIONSHIP!  In the Division II championship, Summit Country Day will face Rocky River Friday at 1 pm.  Cincinnati Country Day will square off against Ottawa-Glandorf in the Division III title match Friday at 7 pm - both contests are at Crew Stadium in Columbus. 

STATE CHAMPIONSHIP MATCHES:  Summit Country Day made it an amazing 15 shutouts this season and will reign as STATE CHAMPIONS after the Lady Knights' 1-0 win over Rocky River.  It was the school's fourth State title in girls soccer, and first in Division II.  Read more HERE.  Watch more HERE from Fox19's Joe Danneman.  Cincinnati Country Day also came home with a STATE TITLE, blanking Ottawa Glandorf 1-0.  The Lady Nighthawks won back-to-back championships and finished the season with an overall record of 22-2-0, and like the Lady Knights recorded 15 shutouts.  In the postseason, CCD outscored its opponents 37-0.  Watch video HERE.


COACHING MILESTONE ALERTS:  Shout out to Cincinnati Country Day head coach Theresa Hirschauer for picking up her 450th career victory this season!  This just weeks after Summit Country Day's Mike Fee picked up his 300th career win!  Absolutely two of the best around for what they do for young people ON AND OFF the playing fields!


And as the regular season was drawing to a close, Cincinnati Country Day's Greg Hirschauer (Theresa's brother) picked up his 350th career win!  He fits right with with Theresa and Mike in terms of being a great coach ... but an even greater person!

ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS:  Shout out to our Players of the Year, Norwood's Kylie Jones (Gray Division) and Cincinnati Country Day's Megan Zimmerman (Scarlet Division), and our Coaches of the Year, Purcell Marian's Chris Braunstein (Gray Division) and Roger Bacon's Kristin Johnson (Scarlet Division).  See complete All-Conference recipients from the Gray Division HERE and from the Scarlet Division HERE.

ALL-DISTRICT AND ALL-STATE HONORS:  See complete list of area players to earn All-Ohio and/or All-District honors HERE.  Special shout out to Cincinnati Country Day's Elizabeth Zimmerman for earning State and District Player of the Year recognition and to Summit Country Day's Bree Reder for being named District Player of the Year!  Cincinnati Country Day's Theresa Hirschauer and Roger Bacon's Kristen Johnson received Coach of the Year accolades and Summit Country Day's Eric Unwin earned Assistant Coach of the Year honors.

ALL-AMERICAN HONORSHUGE SHOUT OUT to Summit Country Day's Bree Reder and Cincinnati Country Day's Elizabeth Zimmerman for being named soccer ALL AMERICANS by the United Soccer Coaches National Coaches Association.   Read more HERE.

BOYS CROSS COUNTRYLEAGUE CHAMPIONS:  Congratulations to CHCA for winning the 2023 MVC Cross Country title, finishing just 18 points ahead of runner-up Summit Country Day.  It is the first league championship since 2000.  Top three finishers were CHCA's Nathaniel Gockerman, Summit Country Day's Liam Woodward, and CHCA's Wyatt Gockerman.  Complete results are HERE.

POSTSEASON UPDATES:  CHCA captured the DII District title and moves on to the Regional Meet.  Nathaniel Gockerman and Wyatt Gockerman finished second and third respectively overall.  Complete DII results are HERE.  In DIII District action, Summit Country Day (District Champion), Cincinnati Christian (District runner-up), and MVCA all advance to Regionals as teams.  Cincinnati Christian's Micah Katz was District Champion and Summit Country Day's Liam Woodward was runner-up.  Individually, Seven Hills' Carter Stevens and St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Miquel Damian Bibian qualified to the Regional Meet at Troy as well.  Complete DIII results are HERESTATE BOUND:  In the DII Regional Meet, CHCA finished fourth overall and advanced to the OHSAA State Championships as a team (Nathaniel Gockerman, Wyatt Gockerman, Trevor Kuhlman, Jagger Dollenmeyer, Aidan Murphy, Andrew Sandefur, and Andrew Lott)!  Qualifiers from the DIII Regional Meet included Cincinnati Christian's Micah Katz and Christian Olson and Summit Country Day's Liam Woodward.  See complete DII results HERE and DIII results HERE.  Check out how area runners finished at the State Meet HERE.  Complete results can be found HERE.

ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS:  Congratulations to our Runner of the Year Nathaniel Gockerman and to our Coach of the Year Matt Esche, both from CHCA.  The complete All-MVC list can be found HERE.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRYLEAGUE CHAMPIONS:  The 2023 Conference Championship trophy for girls cross country will reside at Summit Country Day.  It is the Lady Knights' fourth consecutive conference crown.  Top three finishers were Cincinnati Country Day's Vanca Pandey and Summit Country Day's Dalaney Kintner and Allie Reuter.  Complete results are HERE.

POSTSEASON UPDATES:  At the DIII District Championships, Summit Country Day finished second and move on to Regionals as a team.  The top MVC finisher was Cincinnati Country Day's Allie Reuter, who also advances to Regionals.  Other individual qualifiers to Regionals included Cincinnati Country Day's Vanca Pandey and Seven Hills' Campbell Coyne.  Complete DIII District results are HERESTATE BOUND:  The lone MVC qualifier to the OHSAA State Meet will come from Summit Country Day.  Congratulations to Allie Reuter for moving on the STATE.  See complete DII results HERE and DIII results HERE.  Check out how area runners fared at the State Meet HERE.  Complete results can be found HERE.

ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS:  Shout out to Cincinnati Country Day's Vanca Pandey for earning Runner of the Year recognition and to MVCA's Steve Krebsfanger for receiving Coach of the Year accolades.  See the complete All-MVC list HERE.

BOYS GOLF:  Day one of this year's MVC Tournament was held August 19 at the Mill Course.  Defending league champion Seven Hills sits in first place (299), followed by CHCA (307) and Cincinnati Country Day (313).  Medalist honors went to Seven Hills' Charlie Mullin who shot a 71, one stroke ahead of CHCA's Luke Visconti.  Complete results of day one are HERE

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS:  Congratulations to Seven Hills for capturing the 2023 MVC title in boys golf.  The Stingers had to defeat CHCA in a tiebreaker to claim the conference crown though!  Shout out to the Stingers' Charlie Mullin and to Cincinnati Christian's Jackson Raby for earning overall co-medalist honors.  See all scores from day one and day two HERE.

POSTSEASON UPDATE:  Shout out to Roger Bacon's Allister Fike for advancing to the DII District Boys Golf Tournament.  See complete DII Sectional results HERE.  In DIII Sectional action, Seven Hills (Sectional Champion) and Cincinnati Country Day advanced as teams.  The Stingers' Charlie Mullin was Sectional Champion, while Cincinnati Country Day's Ethan Argus finished runner-up.  Individual District qualifiers included Purcell Marian's Liam Von Rosenberg, Cincinnati Christian's Jackson Raby, and Summit Country Day's Grayson Houchin.  Complete DIII Sectional results are HERESTATE BOUND:  In DIII District action, Seven Hills won the District title and advanced as a team to this weekend's State Tournament!  Individually, the Stingers' Charlie Mullin and Billy Good finished in a three-way tie for first place with rounds of 75 each.  Complete DIII District results are HERE.  In DII District play, Roger Bacon's Allister Fike is also headed to the State Championships after his round of 72 which was tied for fourth place.  See complete DII District results HERESTATE UPDATE:  Seven Hills finished the DIII team competition in fourth place!  Congratulations to Charlie Mullin (tied for 8th overall), Billy Good, William Hartmann, Matia Kastner, and Andrew Zhou on a great season!  Roger Bacon's Allister Fike finished tied for 33rd with a two-day score of 84.  Congratulations Allister!

ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS:  Congratulations to our co-Players of the Year - Seven Hills' Charlie Mullin and Cincinnati Christian's Jackson Raby.  Coach of the Year recognition went to Seven Hills' Christian Vining.  See the complete All-MVC list HERE.


GIRLS GOLF
:  With only three teams competing at the varsity level in girls golf this fall, the conference will not crown a league champion in 2023.  Seven Hills, however, advanced to the OHSAA State Golf Tournament last fall, where they finished eighth overall!  Check out this year's best scores HERE.

POSTSEASON UPDATE:  In girls' Sectional Tourney action, congratulations to Seven Hills and CHCA for advancing to the DII District Championships at Heatherwoode Golf Course.  Top MVC finisher was CHCA's Molly Fessenmeier and Seven Hills' Madeline Jordan who finished tied for eighth.  See complete results HERESTATE BOUND:  Like the boys, the Seven Hills girls golf squad is also headed to this weekend's State Championships!  The Lady Stingers finished as DII District runner-up.  See complete DII District results HERESTATE UPDATE:  Congratulations to the Stingers' Julia Zhu, Maggie Motch, Lucie Pease, Fiona Odriscoll, and Madeline Jordan on your ninth-place finish at State!


GIRLS TENNIS
LEAGUE CHAMPIONS:  Summit Country Day finished undefeated in league play and garnered its first MVC Championship since 2018.  Check out this year's standings and stats HERE.

POSTSEASON UPDATE:  Congratulations to our District Tournament qualifiers from the MVC:  In singles, Cincinnati Country Day's Ayla Dourd and Rana Arebi, Summit Country Day's Jayden Puryear, and Seven Hills' Brogan Bell.  In doubles, CHCA's Maranda Wang and Abbi Stokes and Lucy Snyder and Corrine Labin and Summit Country Day's Maggie Marburger and Katelyn Bastos (Sectional Champions) and Annette Lalonde and Ceci Viveros.  Read more HERE.

ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS:  Congratulations to our Player of the Year, Rana Arebi from Cincinnati Country Day.  Summit Country Day's Scott McIntosh was named Coach of the Year.  See complete All-MVC honorees HERE.


FALL SEASON NEWS BRIEFS

November 22:  Read about the HUGE impact that the Smythe and Martin families have had on Summit Country Day athletics HERE.

November 17:  Cincinnati Country Day's Sydney Hardesty is named an Enquirer Athlete of the Week award winner!  Read more HERE.

November 17:  With the close of the 2023 fall sports season, it's time to honor our Dick Snyder Sportsmanship Award winners.  See the complete list HERE.  Congratulations to this fall's recipients:

Robert Kreidler (Cincinnati Country Day)
Lloyd Hodges (CHCA)
Ethan Nipper (Clark Montessori)
Ethan Hudnall (MVCA)
Derik Geronimo (Lockland)
Ashley Totten (New Miami)
Almar Long (North College Hill)
Riley Carman (Norwood)
Olivia Maddox (Purcell Marian)
Alex Edmonson (Roger Bacon)
Annie Katuska (Seven Hills)
Brayden Smith (St. Bernard-Elmwood Place)
Sammy Vibberts (Summit Country Day)

November 15ALL-DISTRICT FOOTBALL HONORS:  Check out the entire list of All-District selections from the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association (OPSWA) HERE.  Special shout out to Purcell Marian's Jayonn Saunders and Cincinnati Country Day's Shepard Snell for earning Player of the Year honors.

November 15ALL-DISTRICT AND ALL-STATE SOCCER HONORS: Special shout out to Cincinnati Country Day's Elizabeth Zimmerman for earning State and District Player of the Year recognition and to Summit Country Day's Bree Reder for being named District Player of the Year!  Cincinnati Country Day's Theresa Hirschauer, Roger Bacon's Kristen Johnson, Summit Country Day's Scott Sievering, and Seven Hills' Mike Combs received Coach of the Year accolades.  Summit Country Day's Eric Unwin received Assistant Coach of the Year recognition.  See complete list of area players to earn All-Ohio and/or All-District honors HERE.

November 14:  Purcell Marian's Carlyun Neal (football), Cincinnati Country Day's Andrew Zimmerman (football) and Sydney Hardesty (girls soccer), and Summit Country Day's Lily Martin (girls soccer) are in contention for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.   Cincinnati Country Day and Summit Country Day girls soccer squads are up for the Fall Team of the Week award.  Vote HERE.

November 11ALL-CONFERENCE GIRLS SOCCER HONORS:  Shout out to our Players of the Year, Norwood's Kylie Jones (Gray Division) and Cincinnati Country Day's Megan Zimmerman (Scarlet Division), and to our Coaches of the Year, Purcell Marian's Chris Braunstein (Gray Division) and Roger Bacon's Kristin Johnson (Scarlet Division).  See complete All-Conference recipients from the Gray Division HERE and from the Scarlet Division HERE.

November 11ALL-CONFERENCE FOOTBALL HONORS:  Congratulations to our Players of the Year from the Gray Division, Cincinnati Country Day's Parker Corbin (Offensive) and Shepard Snell (Defensive), and from the Scarlet Division, CHCA's Isaiah Petty (Offensive) and Purcell Marian's Jayonn Saunders (Defensive).  Coach of the Year honors went to Cincinnati Country Day's Dennis Coyle (Gray Division) and to Purcell Marian's Jeremy Pflug (Scarlet Division).  See the complete Gray Division list HERE and Scarlet Division HERE.


November 10
STATE DIII GIRLS SOCCER FINAL:  Cincinnati Country Day also came home with a STATE TITLE, blanking Ottawa Glandorf 1-0.  The Lady Nighthawks won back-to-back championships and finished the season with an overall record of 22-2-0, and like Summit Country Day recorded 15 shutouts.  In the postseason, CCD outscored its opponents 37-0.  Watch video HERE.

November 10STATE DII GIRLS SOCCER FINAL:  Summit Country Day made it an amazing 15 shutouts this season and will reign as STATE CHAMPIONS after the Lady Knights' 1-0 win over Rocky River.  The lone goal was scored by Zoe Jackson, assisted by Avery Smythe.  It is the school's fourth State title in girls soccer, and first in Division II.  Read more HERE.  Watch more HERE from Fox19's Joe Danneman.

photo credit:  James Weber/The Enquirer

November 10POSTSEASON FOOTBALL UPDATE:  Congratulations to both Cincinnati Country Day and to Purcell Marian football on their great seasons this fall.  The Nighthawks fell to Versailles to finish 12-1 (read more HERE) and the Cavaliers lost to Valley View to finish 10-3.  Great job by both squads!

November 10:  Congratulations to Summit Country Day's Quinn Kreider for being named an Enquirer Athlete of the Week award winner!  Read more HERE.

November 8POSTSEASON GIRLS SOCCER UPDATESTATE FINAL BOUND:  In last night's State semis, Cincinnati Country Day defeated Madeira 4-0 (read more HERE) and Summit Country Day blanked Millersburg West Holmes 5-0 (read more HERE) to each advance to the OHSAA STATE CHAMPIONSHIP!  In the Division II championship, Summit Country Day will face Rocky River Friday at 1 pm.  Cincinnati Country Day will square off against Ottawa-Glandorf in the Division III title match Friday at 7 pm - both contests are at Crew Stadium in Columbus.

November 6:  CHCA's Nathaniel Gockerman (boys cross country); Cincinnati Christian's Christian Olson (boys cross country); Cincinnati Country Day's Andrew Zimmerman (football) and Elizabeth Zimmerman (girls soccer); Purcell Marian's Jayel Harris (football); Summit Country Day's Quinn Kreider (boys soccer), Zari Gillespie (volleyball), and Abigayle Penote (girls soccer); and Seven Hills' Everett Rinaldi (boys soccer) were among the nominees for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Purcell Marian was up for the Ohio Football Team of the Week award and Cincinnati Country Day and Summit Country Day were up for the Girls Fall Team of the Week honor. 

November 6:  Only a few as the fall season winds down, but let's salute our MVC Athletes of the Week posted HERE.

November 5:  The MVC has a pair of girls soccer squads headed to the State Final Four.  To get you prepared for these two HUGE contests, read how Summit Country Day and Cincinnati Country Day got there HERE.

November 5 ALL-CONFERENCE VOLLEYBALL HONORS:  Congratulations to our Players of the Year, Roger Bacon's Kelsey Niesen and Seven Hills' Annie Katuska, and to our Coaches of the Year, Summit Country Day's Karen Hess and Seven Hills' Michelle Cowherd.  See the complete All-MVC list HERE for the Gray Division and HERE for the Scarlet Division.

November 5ALL-CONFERENCE BOYS SOCCER HONORS:  Shout out to Norwood's Graham Metz and to Seven Hills' Everett Rinaldi for earning Player of the Year recognition.  Coach of the Year accolades went to Cincinnati Christian's Brian Nelson and to Summit Country Day's Scott Sievering.  See the complete All-League list HERE for the Gray Division and HERE for the Scarlet Division.


November 4
STATE FINAL FOUR:  Congratulations to Cincinnati Country Day for advancing to the State Final Four after downing Lynchburg Clay 6-0 in today's Regional Finals!  Summit Country Day will join the Lady Nighthawks in the State Final Four after defeating previously unbeaten Waynesville 3-1 in the Regional Final.  The Lady Nighthawks face Madeira and the Lady Knights battle Millersburg West Holmes, both on Tuesday at 7 pm.  

November 4 ALL-CONFERENCE CROSS COUNTRY HONORSGIRLS:  Shout out to Cincinnati Country Day's Vanca Pandey for earning Runner of the Year recognition and to MVCA's Steve Krebsfanger for receiving Coach of the Year accolades.  See the complete girls All-MVC list HEREBOYS:  Congratulations to our Runner of the Year Nathaniel Gockerman and to our Coach of the Year Matt Esche, both from CHCA.  The complete boys All-MVC list can be found HERE.

November 4STATE CROSS COUNTRY UPDATE:  Check out how area runners fared at today's State Cross Country Championships HERE.  Complete results (when posted) can be found HERE.

NOVEMBER 4POSTSEASON FOOTBALL UPDATE:  Both Cincinnati Country Day and Purcell Marian advanced last night in the OHSAA football playoffs.  Cincinnati Country Day ran its record to 12-0 with a 24-16 win over Paint Valley.  Purcell Marian moved on after a last-second field goal to defeat Zane Trace 30-28.  Watch the kick HERE.  Read more HERE.  The Nighthawks face Versailles Friday at Xenia HS at 7 pm and the Cavaliers battle Valley View at Ross HS at 7 pm.

November 4 POSTSEASON UPDATES:  HUGE day for a number of our MVC athletes/teams, highlighted by the OHSAA State Cross Country Championships.  MVC runners include BOYS:  CHCA's Nathaniel Gockerman, Wyatt Gockerman, Trevor Kuhlman, Jagger Dollenmeyer, Aidan Murphy, Andrew Sandefur, and Andrew Lott; Cincinnati Christian's Micah Katz and Christian Olson; and Summit Country Day's Liam Woodward and GIRLS:  Summit Country Day's Allie Reuter.  In Regional Final action, Summit Country Day volleyball faces Versailles, Summit Country Day battles Tippecanoe and Seven Hills faces Waynesville in boys soccer, and Summit Country Day squares off against Waynesville and Cincinnati Country Day battles Lynchburg Clay in girls soccer.  Best of luck to everyone!

November 3REGIONAL VOLLEYBALL UPDATE:  Congratulations to Summit Country Day for advancing to the Regional Finals at Kettering's Trent Arena.  The Lady Knights downed Versailles last night in four sets and will face McNicholas at 2 pm tomorrow for a shot at the State Final Four!  Also, shout out to Roger Bacon on its great season.  The Lady Spartans fell to Mercy McAuley last night to finish the season at 21-5.  Read more HERE.

November 2:  REGIONAL BOYS SOCCER UPDATE:  In last night's Regional semifinals, Summit Country Day defeated Indian Hill 2-1 to move the Saturday's Regional Final vs. Tippecanoe.  Seven Hills will also be in action in Saturday's Regional Final against Waynesville after defeating Mariemont 2-1 in the semis.  Congratulations to both squads!

November 1REGIONAL GIRLS SOCCER UPDATE:  In last night's Regional semis, both Summit Country Day and Cincinnati Country Day were victorious and move on to Saturday's Regional Finals and a possible spot in the State Final Four!  Summit Country Day faces Waynesville at Bellbrook Stadium at 7 pm and Cincinnati Country Day battles Lynchburg Clay at Herrnstein Field in Chillicothe at noon.

October 31:  Cincinnati Christian's Christian Olson (boys cross country); CHCA's Wyatt Gockerman (boys cross country); Purcell Marian's Carlyun Neal (football); Cincinnati Country Day's Parker Corbin (football) and Piper Farris (girls soccer); Seven Hills' Leo Weller (boys soccer); Summit Country Day's T.J. LaMacchia (boys soccer), Carolyn Federle (girls soccer), and Georgia Schaefer (volleyball); and Roger Bacon's Amya Parker (girls soccer) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Purcell Marian was up for the Ohio Football Team of the Week award.  Summit Country Day boys soccer and volleyball were each in contention for the Ohio Fall Team of the Week honor.  

October 30:  Check out these photos from the Regional Cross Country Championships HERE.  Thanks for the support from Enquirer Prep Sports Assistant Brendan Connelly.

October 30:  With the fall sports season winding down, coaches are still submitting MVC Athletes of the Week!  Check them out HERE.

October 29:  Shout out to our DISTRICT CHAMPIONS in boys and girls soccer and volleyball!  BOYS SOCCER:  Summit Country Day and Seven Hills each captured District Championships in boys soccer.  The Knights downed Carroll 3-0 and the Stingers defeated Troy Christian 2-1 in overtime to each move on to Wednesday's Regional Semifinals.  Summit Country Day faces Indian Hill and Seven Hills squares off against Mariemont.  GIRLS SOCCER:  Both Summit Country Day and Cincinnati Country Day girls soccer squads won District Championships and advanced on to Tuesday's Regional Semifinals!  The Lady Knights downed Carroll 5-2 in DII play, while the Lady Nighthawks defeated Anna 5-0 in DIII action.  Summit Country Day faces Badin, while Cincinnati Country Day battles Grandview Heights.  Good luck to both squads!  VOLLEYBALL:  Roger Bacon (DII) and Summit Country Day (DIII) for capturing District Championships and moving on to the Regional Semifinal in their respective divisions.  It is the sixth straight title for the Lady Spartans and the second consecutive for the Lady Knights.  Roger Bacon will face Mercy McAuley on Thursday and Summit Country Day will square off against Versailles, also on Thursday.  Also shout out to MVCA and Cincinnati Christian for finishing their seasons as District runners-up.

October 29STATE BOUND:  In the DII Regional Cross Country Meet, the CHCA boys finished fourth overall and advanced to the 2023 OHSAA State Championships as a team (Nathaniel Gockerman, Wyatt Gockerman, Trevor Kuhlman, Jagger Dollenmeyer, Aidan Murphy, Andrew Sandefur, and Andrew Lott)!  Qualifiers from the DIII Regional Meet included Cincinnati Christian's Micah Katz and Christian Olson and Summit Country Day's Liam Woodward and Allie Reuter (the MVC's lone girl qualifier).  See complete DII results HERE and DIII results HERE.

October 28GOOD LUCK:  Summit Country Day (DII) and Seven Hills (DIII) boys soccer and Roger Bacon (DII), Summit Country Day (DIII), and MVCA and Cincinnati Christian (DIV) volleyball play today for DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIPS!

October 28FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS:  Congratulations to Purcell Marian and to Cincinnati Country Day for their opening round wins last night!  The Cavaliers defeated Madeira 55-14 (read more HERE) and the Nighthawks downed Dayton Christiaan 63-13.  MOVING ON!

October 27 DISTRICT CHAMPIONS:  Congratulations to Summit Country Day (DII) and Cincinnati Country Day (DIII) for earning District Championships last night in girls soccer!  Both teams advance to Tuesday's Regional Semifinal matches!



October 26POSTSEASON UPDATE:  In addition to our Regional qualifiers in cross country and our football teams gearing up for the first round of playoff action, let's salute our volleyball and boys and girls soccer teams who are playing for District titles this week!  Summit Country Day (DII) and Cincinnati Country Day (DIII) girls soccer each play tonight, Summit Country Day (DII) and Seven Hills (DIII) boys soccer each play Saturday, and Roger Bacon (DII), Summit Country Day (DIII), and MVCA and Cincinnati Christian (DIV) volleyball each play Saturday.

October 24:  Cincinnati Christian's Micah Katz (boys cross country) and Matias Davalos (boys soccer); Summit Country Day's Allie Reuter (girls cross country), Brenden Hamilton (boys soccer), and Mia Stevens (girls soccer); MVCA's Ethan Hudnall (football); Lockland's Damien Dawson (football); CHCA's Isaiah Petty (football) and Alex Bruner (girls soccer); Seven Hills' Leo Weller (boys soccer); Cincinnati Country Day's Andrew Pavlisko (boys soccer) and Piper Farris (girls soccer); Roger Bacon's Ava Carraher (girls soccer) and Ally Hughes (volleyball); and Norwood's Kylie Jones (girls soccer) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Purcell Marian was up for the Ohio Football Team of the Week award.  CHCA and Summit Country Day cross country were in contention for the Fall Boys Team of the Week honor. 

October 23:  Check out the latest MVC Athletes of the Week HERE.  Thanks to our coaches who take the time to honor our top performers each week!

October 22MILESTONE ALERT:  Shout out to CHCA's Allie Barrick who reached the 1000 kill milestone this past week!  And she's only a junior.  Congratulations!

October 22:  Cincinnati Country Day's Parker Corbin, Lockland's Damien Dawson, and CHCA's Isaiah Petty were finalists for the TriState Football Player of the Week award!  Cincinnati Country Day was among the nominees for the Team of the Week honor!

October 22STILL ALIVE:  Good luck to the following MVC teams still alive in the postseason in volleyball and boys and girls soccer:  VOLLEYBALL:  Roger Bacon, CHCA, Summit Country Day, Cincinnati Christian, and MVCA; BOYS SOCCER:  Summit Country Day, CHCA, and Cincinnati Country Day; GIRLS SOCCER:  Roger Bacon, Summit Country Day, and Cincinnati Country Day.

October 21:  POSTSEASON GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY UPDATE:  At the DIII District Championships, Summit Country Day finished second and move on to Regionals as a team.  The top MVC finisher was Cincinnati Country Day's Allie Reuter, who also advances to Regionals.  Other individual qualifiers to Regionals included Cincinnati Country Day's Vanca Pandey and Seven Hills' Campbell Coyne.  Complete DIII District results are HERE.

October 21POSTSEASON BOYS CROSS COUNTRY UPDATE:  CHCA captured the DII District title and moves on to the Regional Meet Saturday at Troy.  Nathaniel Gockerman and Wyatt Gockerman finished second and third respectively overall.  Complete DII results are HERE.  In DIII District action, Summit Country Day (District Champion), Cincinnati Christian (District runner-up), and MVCA all advance to Regionals as teams.  Cincinnati Christian's Micah Katz was District Champion and Summit Country Day's Liam Woodward was runner-up.  Individually, Seven Hills' Carter Stevens and St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Miquel Damian qualified to Saturday's Regional Meet at Troy as well.  Complete DIII results are HERE.

October 20:  Shout out to Norwood's Graham Metz for being named an Enquirer Athlete of the Week!  Read more HERE.

ALL-CONFERENCE GIRLS TENNIS HONORS:  Congratulations to our Player of the Year, Rana Arebi from Cincinnati Country Day.  Summit Country Day's Scott McIntosh was named Coach of the Year.  See complete All-MVC honorees HERE.

October 20:  Norwood soccer stars Graham Metz and Kylie Jones sit down with Enquirer writer Brendan Connelly to discuss their outstanding 2023 seasons.  Read more HERE.

October 18ALL-CONFERENCE BOYS GOLF HONORS:  Congratulations to our co-Players of the Year - Seven Hills' Charlie Mullin and Cincinnati Christian's Jackson Raby.  Coach of the Year recognition went to Seven Hills' Christian Vining.  See the complete All-MVC list HERE.

October 18:  Cincinnati Country Day players discuss the upcoming girl soccer tournament and the potential for a State title!  Check out the video HERE.

October 17:  Summit Country Day's Daisy Doran (field hockey), Cayleb Walters (football), and Maggie McDowell (girls soccer); Purcell Marian's Jayel Harris (football); Clark Montessori's De'Lorean James (football); Cincinnati Country Day's Lee Thomas (football), Lucas De Alarcon (boys soccer), and Elizabeth Zimmerman (girls soccer); St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Demico Harris (football) and Lauren Emhoolah (girls soccer); Seven Hills' Charlie Mullin (boys golf), Everett Rinaldi (boys soccer), and Annie Katuska (volleyball); Norwood's Graham Metz (boys soccer) and Kylie Jones (girls soccer); and Roger Bacon's Kelsey Niesen (volleyball) were nominees for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Purcell Marian was up for the Ohio Football Team of the Week honor.  

October 16:  It's Monday ... and you know what that means!  Check out the latest MVC Athletes of the Week HERE.

October 15:  Summit Country Day's Donovan Matthews was a finalist for the week nine TriState Football Player of the Week award.  St. Bernard-Elmwood Place was a nominee for the Team of the Week honor. 

October 14:  Cincinnati Country Day's Lee Thomas was also in contention for the WLWT Primetime Performer award. 

October 14:  Cincinnati Country Day's Lee Thomas was up for the WCPO Player of the Week award!  

October 14STATE GOLF UPDATE:  Seven Hills boys finished the DIII team competition in fourth place!  Congratulations to Charlie Mullin (tied for eighth overall), Billy Good, William Hartmann, Matia Kastner, and Andrew Zhou on a great season!  Roger Bacon's Allister Fike finished tied for 33rd with a two-day score of 84.  Congratulations Allister!  Congratulations to Seven Hills' Julia Zhu, Maggie Motch, Lucie Pease, Fiona Odriscoll, and Madeline Jordan on your ninth-place finish at the DIII State Girls Tournament! 

October 13:  Summit Country Day's Jayden Puryear was named an Enquirer Athlete of the Week award winner!  Read more HERE.

October 11:  It's not just the 8-0 start to the football season that has people talking, but it's the dominating way in which the CCD team has gotten to this point!  Watch the video HERE.

October 11STATE SOCCER POLLS:  Check out the latest OSSCA state soccer polls HERE.  Summit Country Day (#3 in DII) and Seven Hills (#5 in DIII) are ranked in the boys' polls, while Cincinnati Country Day (#1 in DIII) and Summit Country Day (#3 in DII) earn spots in the girls' polls!

October 10LEAGUE CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONS:  Congratulations to CHCA for winning the 2023 MVC Boys Cross Country title, finishing just 18 points ahead of runner-up Summit Country Day.  It is the first league championship since 2000.  Top three finishers were CHCA's Nathaniel Gockerman, Summit Country Day's Liam Woodward, and CHCA's Wyatt Gockerman.  The girls' championship trophy will reside at Summit Country Day.  It is the Lady Knights' fourth consecutive conference crown.  Top three finishers were Cincinnati Country Day's Vanca Pandey and Summit Country Day's Dalaney Kintner and Allie Reuter.  Complete results are HERE.  

October 10:  MVCA's Will Sten (boys cross country) and Hailey Farmer (volleyball); CHCA's Isaiah Petty (football) and Abbi Stokes and Miranda Wang (girls tennis - doubles); Summit Country Day's Sam Reder (football), T.J. LaMacchia (boys soccer), Jayden Puryear (girls tennis - singles), and Maggie Barburger and Katelyn Baston (girls tennis - doubles); Lockland's Damien Dawson (football); Purcell Marian's Jayel Harris (football), Casey Sewall (boys soccer), and Kaliyah McNeal (girls soccer); Seven Hills' Charlie Mullin (boys golf) and Leo Weller (boys soccer); Clark Montessori's Noah Lockhart (boys soccer); Roger Bacon's Riley Rolfert (girls soccer); Norwood's Kylie Jones (girls soccer); St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Lauren Emhoolah (girls soccer); and Cincinnati Country Day's Ayla Daoud (girls tennis - singles) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Seven Hills golf was up for the Boys Fall Team of the Week award. 

October 9:  Check out the latest state football polls HERE.

October 9:  The Sectional tournament begins next week in volleyball - check out this Enquirer tourney preview HERE.  Also, check out this preview of the upcoming boys and girls Sectional soccer tournaments.  Read more HERE.

October 9:  Shout out to our newest MVC Athlete of the Week.  Thanks again to our coaches for their weekly submissions!  Read more HERE.

October 8:  Lockland's Damien Dawson was up for the TriState Football Player of the Week award.  

October 8:  POSTSEASON GIRLS TENNIS UPDATE:  Congratulations to our District Girls Tennis Tournament qualifiers from the MVC:  In singles, Cincinnati Country Day's Ayla Dourd and Rana Arebi, Summit Country Day's Jayden Puryear, and Seven Hills' Brogan Bell.  In doubles, CHCA's Maranda Wang and Abbi Stokes and Lucy Snyder and Corrine Labin and Summit Country Day's Maggie Marburger and Katelyn Bastos (Sectional Champions) and Annette Lalonde and Ceci Viveros.  Districts are slated for Thursday and Saturday at the Lindner Family Tennis Center.

October 6:  Congratulations to Seven Hills for securing at least a share of the Gray Division title in volleyball.  Roger Bacon also secured the Scarlet Division championship last night.  A pair of milestones were also achieved last evening.  Roger Bacon's Kelsey Niesen became the first member of the program's 1000-kill club and CHCA's Tori Cravens reached the 1000 career assists milestone!  And they are both juniors!



October 4:  POSTSEASON GIRLS GOLF UPDATE
:  Like the boys, the Seven Hills girls golf squad is also headed to the State Championships!  The Lady Stingers finished as DII District runner-up today, led by Julie Zhu's seventh-place finish (81).  See complete DII District results HERE.

October 3:  Check out the latest state football polls HERE.

October 3POSTSEASON BOYS GOLF UPDATE:  In DIII District action, Seven Hills won the District title and has advanced as a team to the State Championships!  Individually, the Stingers' Charlie Mullin and Billy Good finished in a three-way tie for first place with rounds of 75 each.  Complete DIII District results are HERE.  In DII District play, Roger Bacon's Allister Fike is also headed to the State Championships after his round of 72 which was tied for fourth place.  See complete DII District results HERE.

October 3:  MVCA's Will Sten (boys cross country); Cincinnati Country Day's Elizabeth Zimmerman (girls cross country), Lee Thomas (football), Andrew Pavlisko (boys soccer), Piper Farris (girls soccer), and Ayla Daoud (girls tennis - singles); Norwood's Gavin Leonard (football) and Graham Metz (boys soccer); Roger Bacon's Jayson Stewart (football) and Carlie Grosser (girls soccer); Lockland's Damien Dawson (football); Summit Country Day's Ella Cary (field hockey), Izzy Rawlings (boys soccer), and Kendall Northern (volleyball); Seven Hills' Charlie Mullin (boys golf) and Davion Washington (girls soccer); and Purcell Marian's Casey Sewall (girls soccer) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Seven Hills boys golf was also up for the Boys Fall Team of the Week honor.  

October 2:  The new week brings a new group of outstanding performances turned in by our MVC athletes - check out this week's Athletes of the Week HERE.

October 1:  The Lockland Panthers were among the nominees for the TriState Football Team of the Week honor! 

September 30WOW!  Four MVC players were in contention for the WCPO Football Player of the Week award!  Congratulations to Lockland's Damien Dawson, Roger Bacon's Bubba Smart, Cincinnati Country Day's Lee Thomas, and St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Jaiden Jasper

September 30:  Purcell Marian's Jayel Harris was up for the WLWT Primetime Performer award.

September 30:  Read about Purcell Marian's big win over divisional foe CHCA in week seven football action HERE.

September 29:  The Sectional Tournament for girls tennis begins next week.  Check out this Enquirer preview HERE.

September 29POSTSEASON GOLF UPDATE:  Shout out to Roger Bacon's Allister Fike for advancing to the DII District Boys Golf Tournament.  See complete DII Sectional results HERE.  In DIII Sectional action, Seven Hills (Sectional Champion) and Cincinnati Country Day advanced as teams.  The Stingers' Charlie Mullin was Sectional Champion, while Cincinnati Country Day's Ethan Argus finished runner-up.  Individual District qualifiers included Purcell Marian's Liam Von Rosenberg, Cincinnati Christian's Jackson Raby, and Summit Country Day's Grayson Houchin.  Complete DIII Sectional results are HERE.  DIII Districts are slated for Monday and DII Tuesday - both at Heatherwoode Golf Course.

In girls' action, congratulations to Seven Hills and CHCA for advancing to Wednesday's DII District Championships at Heatherwoode Golf Course.  Top MVC finisher was CHCA's Molly Fessenmeier and Seven Hills' Madeline Jordan who finished tied for eighth.  See complete results HERE.

September 29:  CHCA travels to Purcell Marian for a huge week seven gridiron match-up tonight.  Read this TriState Football preview of the big Blitz 5 Game of the Week HERE.

September 27:  Here's the latest OHSAA football computer rankings - postseason is rapidly approaching!  Read more HERE.

September 26:  With the fall season rapidly approaching postseason play, here's an Enquirer preview of the upcoming boys and girls golf tournaments.  Read it HERE.

September 26:  Cincinnati Christian's Micah Katz (boys cross country); Summit Country Day's Allie Reuter (girls cross country) and Olivia Ellerman (field hockey); Clark Montessori's Marquize Lewis (football); CHCA's Isaiah Petty (football); Purcell Marian's Levi Smiley (football) and Kaliyah McNeal (girls soccer); Roger Bacon's Parker Cribbs (girls golf), Peter Wilke (boys soccer), Re Woodrum (girls soccer), and Marilyn Hoffman (volleyball); Cincinnati Country Day's Levi Homan (girls soccer) and Kenzie Zimmers (girls soccer); Seven Hills' Everett Rinaldi (boys soccer) and Ava Deimling (girls soccer); and St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Emma Rutemueller (girls soccer) were among the nominees for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Roger Bacon and Cincinnati Country Day were also up for the Ohio Football Team of the Week award. 

September 25:  Cincinnati Country Day (#9 in Division VI) is among the schools ranked in the latest AP State football polls.  See more HERE.

September 25:  Another week and another group of outstanding performances turned in by our MVC athletes.  Check out the latest MVC Athletes of the Week HERE.

September 24:  CHCA's Isaiah Petty and Purcell Marian's Levi Smiley were up for the TriState Football Player of the Week honor.  Also, CHCA was among the nominees for the Team of the Week award.

September 24:  CHCA's Isaiah Petty was in contention for the WLWT Primetime Performer of the Week award.  

September 24:  Check out the results from yesterday's Seven Hills Cross Country Invitational HERE.  Several MVC teams competed in the annual meet.

September 22:  Congratulations to Summit Country Day's Chloe Castellini for being named an Enquirer Athlete of the Week!  Read more HERE.

September 22:  Check out a pair of Enquirer stories about volleyball.  First, take a look at the area's top statistical leaders HERE.  Then, see what area teams are ranked among the state's best HERE.

September 21:  Cincinnati Country Day's Brandon Proffit is among those football players mentioned as one whose success this season was somewhat unexpected.  Read more HERE.

September 21:  UConn head coach Geno Auriemma visits Purcell Marian basketball standout Dee Alexander.  Read more HERE.

September 19:  Summit Country Day's Liam Woodward (boys cross country), Delaney Kintner (girls cross country), Chloe Castillini (field hockey), and Julia Daniher (volleyball); Roger Bacon's Allister Fike (boys golf) and Riley Rolfert (girls soccer); Norwood's Bayron Matias (boys soccer); Seven Hills' Davion Washington (boys soccer); Purcell Marian's Anya Carroll (girls soccer); and MVCA's Lauren Croswell (volleyball) were among the nominees for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Cincinnati Country Day girls soccer was up for the Girls Fall Team of the Week award. 

September 18:  A new week means a new group of MVC Athletes of the Week.  Check out this past week's top performers HERE.

September 17:  Results from the September 12 Kings Cross Country Invitational can be found HERE.  CHCA took home the boys' title, led by Nathaniel Gockerman's runner-up finish.  Other Eagles to place in the top ten included Trevor Kuhlman (4th), Wyatt Gockerman (5th), and Jagger Dollenmeyer (7th).  The top finisher for the girls was CHCA's Bernal-Viana Maria who was 14th overall.

Results from yesterday's Cedarville Cross Country Invitational can be found HERE.  Shout out to Cincinnati Christina' Micah Katz for placing runner-up in the boys varsity race.

Results from the Troy Twilight Invitational can be seen HERE.  Summit Country Day finished first in the boys' team competition with four runners finishing in the top ten - Liam Woodward (2nd), George Weaver (4th), Garrett Rahe (6th), and Ashton Jordan (7th).  The Lady Knights also won the girls' competition, placing six runners in the top ten - Delaney Kintner (1st), Allie Reuter (2nd), Callie Fox (3rd), Lyla Soper (9th), and Zezzie Imperial (10th).  Cincinnati Country Day's Vanca Pandey placed fourth overall.

Results from the Springboro Invitational can be seen HERE.  The MVC fared well in the boys race, with CHCA finishing runner-up and Seven Hills eighth.  Individually, CHCA's Nathaniel Gockerman placed third and Wyatt Gockerman finished ninth overall.  For the girls', Seven Hills' Penelope Hwang finished 26th overall.

September 14:  Congratulations to Seven Hills and to CHCA for their fine play at the MVC Boys Golf Tournament.  Seven Hills captured the two-day tourney title in a tiebreaker.  Seven Hills' Charlie Mullin and Cincinnati Christian's Jackson Raby shared overall medalist honors!  See all the day one and day two scores HERE.

September 14:  HUGE SHOUT OUT to Roger Bacon's Kelsey Niesen for being named the LaRosa's MVP of the Week award recipient!  

September 12:  CHCA's Isaiah Petty (football); Summit Country Day's Sumner Shroyer (football), Abby Replogle (field hockey), and Maggie McDowell (girls soccer); Clark Montessori's De'Lorean James (football) and Anders Saling (boys soccer); MVCA's Levi Dagenbach (football) and Lauren Croswell (volleyball); Seven Hills' Charlie Mullin (boys golf) and Annie Katuska (volleyball); Norwood's Graham Metz (boys soccer); Cincinnati Country Day's Andrew Pavlisko (boys soccer) and Alyssa Easter (girls soccer); St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Tessa Jewell (volleyball); and Cincinnati Christian's Jenny Bertram (volleyball) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Cincinnati Country Day was up for the Ohio Football Team of the Week honor and Summit Country Day girls tennis was in contention for the Girls Fall Team of the Week award.  

September 11:  The Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association has posted its newest All-State soccer polls HERE.  Cincinnati Country Day girls are top-ranked in Division III, while Summit Country Day girls are ranked #4 in Division II.  On the boys' side, Summit Country Day is ranked #5 in Division II and Seven Hills is ranked #9 in Division III.

September 11:  Cincinnati Country Day (#10 in Division VI) is among the teams ranked in the first AP State football poll of the season!  Read more HERE.

September 11:  Check out this week's MVC Athletes of the Week HERE.  It's always nice to read about the past week's outstanding efforts by our athletes!

September 10:  Cincinnati Country Day's Lee Thomas, Lockland's Damien Dawson, and CHCA's Isaiah Petty were finalists for the TriState Football Player of the Week award.  In addition, Cincinnati Country Day was up for the Team of the Week honor.  

September 9:  Cincinnati Country Day's Lee Thomas was nominated for the WLWT Primetime Performer award! 

September 9SHOUT OUT to MVCA football coach Kyle Gulley for picking up his first career victory as head coach Friday night!  Congratulations!

September 5:  Summit Country Day boys are ranked #2, Seven Hills boys are ranked #10, Cincinnati Country Day girls are ranked #1, and Summit Country Day girls are ranked #2 in the latest STATE soccer polls!  Check out the state's top teams HERE.

September 4:  Roger Bacon's Jahmir Hutsell (football) and Maddy Sheppard (girls soccer), Seven Hills' Leo Weller (boys soccer) and Jackie Katuska (volleyball), and Cincinnati Christian's Alex Lewis (girls soccer) and Lauren Uffman (volleyball) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Roger Bacon and Cincinnati Country Day were in contention for the Ohio Football Team of the Week award.

September 4:  Enjoy your Labor Day holiday and reading about our newest MVC Athletes of the Week HERE.

September 3:  St. Bernard-Elmwood Place was up for the TriState Football Team of the Week award!  

September 1:  CHCA’s Drew Adams is named an Enquirer Athlete of the Week!  Congratulations!  Read more HERE.


August 30:  Purcell Marian is named the TriState Football Team of the Week award winner!  Read more HERE.

August 29:  CHCA's Nate Gockerman (boys cross country) and Drew Adams (boys soccer); Seven Hills' Carter Stevens (boys cross country), Julia Zhu (girls golf), and Claire Bachelder (girls soccer); Cincinnati Country Day's Vanca Pandey (girls cross country) and Megan Zimmerman (girls soccer); New Miami's Dalson Hayes (football); Summit Country Day's Vivi Bohmer (field hockey), Izzy Rawlings (boys soccer), and Kendall Northern (volleyball); Roger Bacon's Allister Fike (boys golf) and Maddie Sheppard (girls soccer); Norwood's Graham Metz (boys soccer) and Guiliana Craig (volleyball); Cincinnati Christian's Carson Reed (boys soccer), and Katie Bertram (volleyball) were nominees for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.

August 28HUGE SHOUT OUT to Summit Country Day's Georgia Schaefer for being named an Athlete of the Week for earning her 2000th career assist in Saturday's win over Indian Hill as a member of the Lady Knights' volleyball squad!

August 28:  Purcell Marian was in contention for the TriState Football Team of the Week honor for week two! 

August 28:  Check out this past week's top performers named MVC Athletes of the Week HERE.

August 25:  Roger Bacon's Bubba Smart, Summit Country Day's Georgia Schaefer, and Seven Hills' Katie Stevens are named Enquirer Athletes of the Week!  Read more HERE.

August 22:  Check out this Enquirer cross country preview HERE.  Summit Country Day's Liam Woodward is mentioned among the best!

August 22:  Purcell Marian's Levi Smiley (football) and Audrey Busemeyer (volleyball); St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Demico Harris (football); Roger Bacon's Bubba Smart (football) and Morgan Rohling (girls soccer); Summit Country Day's Joaquin Betty (boys soccer), Carolyn Federle (girls soccer), and Georgia Schaefer (volleyball); CHCA's Lucas Brock (boys soccer); Seven Hills' Everett Rinaldi (boys soccer), Margret Schnirring (girls soccer), and Katie Stephens (girls tennis - singles); Cincinnati Country Day's Lucas De Alacorn (boys soccer), Elizabeth Zimmerman (girls soccer), and Katherine Connelly and Caroline Connelly (girls tennis - doubles) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Purcell Marian and St. Bernard-Elmwood Place were up for the Ohio Football Team of the Week award and Roger Bacon soccer was in contention for the Ohio Girls Fall Team of the Week honor. 

August 21:  Our MVC Athletes of the Week are being posted to the site - check our last week's top performers HERE.

August 20:  Check out the results from yesterday's OHSAA Preseason Cross Country Invitational in Columbus HERE.  Congratulations to all of our runners who turned in great performances!

August 20:  St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Demico Harris was up for the TriState Football Player of the Week honors.  Team of the Week nominees included Roger Bacon.

August 20:  Day One of this year's MVC Boys Golf Tournament was held yesterday at the Mill Course.  Seven Hills sits in first place (299), followed by CHCA (307) and Cincinnati Country Day (313).  Medalist honors went to Seven Hills' Charlie Mullin who shot a 71, one stroke ahead of CHCA's Luke Visconti.  Complete results of day one are HERE.  The second round tourney is slated for September 13 at Glenview.

August 20Tristate Football has announced its preseason All-TSF Team.  Check out which players are among the best in the area HERE.

August 20:  Cincinnati Country Day's Parker Corbin wa up for the WCPO Football Player of the Week award. Also, read about Roger Staubach Night at the naming of Purcell Marian's new football stadium Friday night.

August 15:  New Miami's new head coach Chris Fogle hopes discipline leads to success on the football field.  Read more HERE.

August 14:  Summit Country Day's Tommy DeRoussel and Seven Hills' Everett Rinaldi are listed among the top boys soccer players in the state - check out the list HERE.

AUGUST 14:  Read how to nominate athletes for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week recognition HERE.  Let's support our athletes!

August 14:  It's Monday, and that means we get to take a look at our top performers from last week.  Check out our newest MVC Athletes of the Week HERE.

August 12:  Will Roger Bacon and Cincinnati Country Day be the teams to beat again in the upcoming MVC football season?  Read more HERE.

August 11:  Cincinnati Country Day's Sydney Hardesty and Megan Zimmerman are among the state's top players in girls soccer, as selected by the high school sports staff of the USA Today Network Ohio's 21 newspapers and websites.  See list HERE.

August 7:  Check out the first MVC Athletes of the Week HERE.  This is a weekly feature on the conference website ... thanks coaches for your submissions!

August 4:  CHCA's Allison Barrick is included among the state's top volleyball players in this Enquirer article HERE.

August 4:  Here's an Enquirer preview of the upcoming 2023 gridiron season.  See who is picked to fare well this fall HERE.

June 27:  Check out this Enquirer preview of the upcoming girls tennis season HERE.  Several CHCA is highlighted as the Lady Eagles look for another stellar campaign this fall.  CHCA's Sophia Thompson, Mika Morris, and Addison Cassidy are featured!

June 26:  The Enquirer takes a glimpse at the area's top golfers in this season preview HERE.  Seven Hills' Charlie Mullin and CHCA's Zac Vickers are among the players highlighted.

June 25:  Summit Country Day looks to (again) be among the top field hockey programs in the area.  Read more in this Enquirer preview HERE.

June 22:  Here's an Enquirer preview of the area's top blockers on the volleyball court.  Read more HERE.  MVC player highlighted was Roger Bacon's Raegan Waller.

June 22:  The fourth, and final, boys and girls soccer preview from the Enquirer looks at the area's top midfielders HERE.  The list includes Summit Country Day's Tommy DeRoussel, Lily Martin, Maggie McDowell, and Samantha Vibberts; Cincinnati Country Day's Lucas de Alarcon, Andrew Pavlisko, Piper Farris, and Megan Zimmerman; Roger Bacon's Alex Edmondson; CHCA Logan Gould; and Seven Hills' Everett Rinaldi and Callie Drew.

June 22:  The Enquirer takes a look at the area's top goalkeepers in boys and girls soccer - including Seven Hills' Rex Shaffer.  Read more HERE.

June 20:  Who are the area's top defenders in high school volleyball?  The Enquirer can help you decide HERE.  Among the players saluted are Summit Country Day's Kelsey Foley.

June 20:  The Enquirer looks at the area's top defenders in boys and girls soccer HERE.  Norwood's Riley Carman; Cincinnati Country Day's Donovan Gray, Sydney Hardesty and Melissa Teke; Roger Bacon's Nick Weigand and Riley Rolfert; and CHCA's Chandler Huffman are featured.

June 19:  The Enquirer salutes the area's top returning hitters in the sport of volleyball HERE.  Here are the MVC players to make the list:  CHCA's Allie Barrick, Roger Bacon's Mariah Gaines and Kelsey Niesen, and Cincinnati Country Day's Gracie Mitchell

June 19:  Here's a look at the area's top forwards in girls and boys soccer, according to the Enquirer.  Making the list are Cincinnati Christian's Xander Mays, Summit Country Day's Izzy Rawlings, Cincinnati Country Day's Elizabeth Zimmerman, and Purcell Marian's Kaliyah McNeal.  See the list HERE.

June 19:  The final Enquirer position-by-position preview of the upcoming football season takes a look at the top linebackers in the area.  Among those mentioned are St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Demico Harris.  Check them all out HERE.

June 15:  The Enquirer's previews the area's top defensive linemen for the upcoming football season.  Featured players include Cincinnati Country Day's Carson Yackey, Clark Montessori's Oliver Deardorf, and Summit Country Day's Graham Hodge.  Check out the entire list HERE.

June 15:  The area's best offensive lineman are featured in this Enquirer high school preview HERE.  Making the list are CHCA's Mercer Luniewski and Charlton Luniewski, Clark Montessori's Hunter Termuhlen, Purcell Marian's Aaron Scott, and Summit Country Day's Graham Hodge.

June 15:  Who are the area's top defensive backs in high school football ... check out the Enquirer's picks HERE.  Making the list are Cincinnati Country Day's Ryan Coyle and Shepard Snell, CHCA's Brayden Mitchum, Clark Montessori's Kameron Upshaw, MVCA's Noah Kroger, Purcell Marian's Jayonn Saunders, and Summit Country Day's Donovan Mathews.

June 13:  The Enquirer features the area's top setters in the sport of volleyball.  Among the players recognized are Roger Bacon's Ally Hughes and CHCA's Tori Cravens.  Read more HERE.

June 7:  The Enquirer selects its top area high school wide receivers HERE.  Making the list are Norwood's Jeremy Sanders and Purcell Marian's Levi Smiley.

June 5:  Take a look at the area's top running backs in this Enquirer football preview HERE.  Among the highlighted players are CHCA's Brayden Mitchum, Cincinnati Country Day's Lee Thomas and Ryan Coyle, MVCA's Ethan Hudnell, and St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Demico Harris.

June 3Tristate Football takes a look at the 2023 Cincinnati Country Day football squad HERE.

June 2:  The Enquirer is getting us ready for football with a look at the area's top quarterbacks.  The list includes Norwood's Sonny Ward.  See complete list HERE.