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Miami Valley Conference Winter News Briefs

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A LOOK AT THE WINTER SPORTS SEASON

Let 's preview the winter sports season.

BOYS AND GIRLS BASKETBALL:  In boys basketball, Cincinnati Country Day is gunning for its fourth consecutive Gray Division title on the hardwood, while CHCA is looking for its third Scarlet Division crown in the last four seasons.  On the girls' side, Clark Montessori and Seven Hills shared last winter's Gray Division championship, while Purcell Marian looks to defend its Scarlet Division title from 2021022.

WRESTLING:  Norwood has dominated the sport of wrestling, winning the last four MVC Championships on the mats.  This year's Conference Meet is scheduled for February 17 at Norwood HS.

BOYS AND GIRLS SWIMMING:   CHCA (boys) and Summit Country Day (girls) are your defending MVC champions in swimming.  The Eagles are actually swimming for their third straight conference title!  This winter's MVC Meet is slated for February 4 at Cincinnati Country Day.

BOYS AND GIRLS BOWLING:  In boys bowling, Seven Hills and Cincinnati Christian are the only schools to win a league title since the sports began in the MVC back in 2013-14.  Both squads shared last year's conference title.  In girls bowling, Summit Country Day snapped a streak of five straight league crowns by Cincinnati Christian.

November 30:  The Enquirer takes a look at the area's top swimmers and divers HERE.

November 29:  St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Jaiden Jasper (boys basketball); Summit Country Day's Kyla Irby (girls basketball) and Shannon Dennemann (girls bowling); Clark Montessori's Karis Thomas (girls basketball); Cincinnati Christian's Kaylin Davis (girls basketball); Seven Hills' Alex Petren (boys bowling) and Erin Finn (girls bowling); are among the finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Both Seven Hills boys and girls bowling are in contention for the Ohio Winter Team of the Week award!  Vote HERE.

November 28:  Let's salute our MVC Athletes of the Week being posted on the conference website HERE.  Congratulations to these fine performers!

November 22:  Summit Country Day's Lila Svendsen (girls basketball), Sam Parker (boys bowling), and Kennedi Dukes (girls bowling); Cincinnati Christian's Kaylin Davis (girls basketball); and Purcell Marian's Ky'Aira Miller (girls basketball) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week!  Summit Country Day and Cincinnati Christian were up for the Girls Basketball Team of the Week honor and Summit Country Day bowling was also up for both the Boys and Girls Winter Team of the Week awards! 

November 21:  Purcell Marian gets some big-time pub, being named among the preseason ESPN High School Girls' Basketball Top 25!  Read more HERE.

November 21:  How do you know the winter sports season has officially begun?  You can read about the first Athletes of the Week on the MVC website HERE.

November 18Enquirer subscribers can prepare for the upcoming girls basketball season by reading about the area's top players HERE.

Miami Valley Conference Fall News Briefs

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Let's salute our MVC CHAMPIONS from the fall season!

FOOTBALL:  Cincinnati Country Day (Gray Division) and Roger Bacon (Scarlet Division) were the 2022 Divisional Champs on the gridiron.  This marked Roger Bacon's fourth straight divisional title and Cincinnati Country Day's second straight crown.  ALL-MVC HONORS:  St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Greg Miller received Offensive Player of the Year recognition and New Miami's Daymeon Pennington and St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Demico Harris walked away with Defensive Player of the Year honors.  Gray Division Coach of the Year accolades went to Cincinnati Country Day's Dennis Coyle.  Summit Country Day's Alex Davis and North College Hill's Dylan Horsley earned Scarlet Division Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year recognition, while Roger Bacon's Mike Blaut earned Coach of the Year honors.  All-MVC honorees from the Scarlet Division are HERE and from the Gray Division are HERE. (TBA)

BOYS GOLF:  Round one of the 2022 Conference tournament saw Seven Hills prevail with a nine-stroke advantage over runner-up CHCA (314-323).  Round two saw much of the same, as the Stingers finished ahead of the pack on their way to the school's second straight MVC title.  ALL-MVC HONORS:  Golfer of the Year accolades went to CHCA's Zac Vicker, while Seven Hills' Christian Vining received Coach of the Year honors.  See the complete list HERESTATE CHAMPIONS:  In addition to a tremendous regular season, the Stingers also won the OHSAA STATE Championship!

GIRLS GOLF:  With only three teams competing at the varsity level in girls golf, the conference will not crown a league champion in 2022.  STATE QUALIFIERS:  Seven Hills, however, advanced to the OHSAA State Golf Tournament after a runner-up finish at Districts!  The Lady Stingers finished eighth overall at State!

GIRLS TENNIS:  With this year's conference championship after an undefeated mark (10-0) in conference play, CHCA has won four of the last five league titles in girls tennis.  The Lady Eagles have now won twenty MVC championships overall.  ALL-MVC HONORS:  Player of the Year recognition went to CHCA's Ananya Annapantula and Coach of the Year honors went to the Lady Eagles' Matt Dektas.  See the complete list HERESTATE QUALIFIERS:  CHCA's Sophia Thompson (runner-up) and the Lady Eagles' doubles teams of Ananya Annapantula and Addison Cassidy (runner-up) and Mika Morris and Payton Puryear all qualified to the State Tournament!  In addition, the Lady Eagles were the OTCA State team champions!

GIRLS SOCCER:  Cincinnati Country Day (Scarlet Division) and Norwood (Gray Division) each captured divisional titles this fall.  The Lady Nighthawks won their fifth straight Scarlet Division crown, while Norwood picked up its fourth straight Gray Division championship.  ALL-MVC HONORS:  Players of the Year were Norwood's Laney Murphy (Gray Division) and Summit's Madison Sievering (Scarlet Division) and Coaches of the Year were Purcell Marian's Chris Braunstein (Gray Division) and Summit's Mike Fee (Scarlet Division).  See complete list HERE for the Gray Division and HERE for the Scarlet Division (TBA). STATE FINALS:  Shout out to the CCD Lady Nighthawks for winning the STATE CHAMPIONSHIP!  Read more below.

BOYS SOCCER:  Both Summit Country Day and Seven Hills shared the Scarlet Division title this fall with identical 3-0-1 records.  This was the fourth straight divisional championship for the Silver Knights.  Cincinnati Christian walked away with the Gray Division crown, the Cougars' fourth straight.  ALL-MVC HONORS:  Player of the Year honors went to Cincinnati Christian's Noah Neu (Gray Division) and Summit Country Day's Tommy DeRoussel and Seven Hills' Everett Rinaldi (Scarlet Division).  Coach of the Year accolades went to Cincinnati Christian's Brian Nelson (Gray Division) and Seven Hills' Mike Combs (Scarlet Division).  Gray Division honorees are HERE and Scarlet Division are HERE

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY:  Summit Country Day claimed the school's eleventh straight league crown in girls cross country this fall.  ALL-MVC HONORS:  Individual champion and MVC Runner of the Year was CHCA's Taylor Bacher.  Coach of the Year recognition went to CHCA's Matt Esche.  See complete list HERE.

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY:  Summit Country Day and MVCA finished one-two in this year's MVC Championship Meet.  It was the Knights' thirteenth MVC title in the past fourteen seasons.  ALL-MVC HONORS:  Summit Country Day's Larkin Woodward was the top finisher, earning Runner of the Year accolades.  Coach of the Year recognition went to MVCA's Steve Krebsfanger.  Complete list is HERESTATE QUALIFIERS:  Congratulations to the Summit Silver Knights for advancing to the State Meet, along with Cincinnati Christian's Micah Katz!

VOLLEYBALL:  Roger Bacon and CHCA made it back-to-back co-divisional titles in the Scarlet Division with identical 11-1 records.  Additionally, this was CHCA's seventh consecutive Scarlet Division crown!  New Miami and Seven Hills shared the Gray Division crown.  It was New Miami's first divisional title since 2015-16 and Seven Hills' first since 2016-17.  ALL-MVC HONORS:  New Miami's Maciah Brashear and MVCA's Kristen Perry (Gray Division) and CHCA's Allie Barrick (Scarlet Division) earned Player of the Year honors.  Coach of the Year recognition went to New Miami's Shalei McColm (Gray Division) and CHCA's Janna Stephens (Scarlet Division).  Complete All-Conference lists are HERE for the Gray Division and HERE for the Scarlet Division.

November 17:  The All-State boys and girls soccer squads were announced by the Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association.  Tip of the cap to our First Team honorees:  Cincinnati Country Day's CJ DeBra (named DIII Player of the Year!) and Summit Country Day's Madison Sievering.  Second Team recognition went to Seven Hills' Rinaldi Everett.  See complete lists HERE.  And a HUGE congratulations go to the Lady Knights' coach Mike Fee for being selected for the OSSCA Hall of Fame!  Here's the write-up about Mike:

Longtime Summit Country Day Coach Has Won Three State Titles

Columbus, Ohio — The Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association (OSSCA), is proud to announce the selection of long-time Summit Country Day Soccer Head Coach, Mike Fee, into the OSSCA Hall of Fame.

Fee is a three-time state champion (2011, 2015, 2017). He has been honored by the Southwest Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association as their district coach of the year six times. He has been named league coach of the year seven times.

On the field, Fee is just completed his 28th season of high school soccer. After six years as a junior varsity coach, he became head coach of Summit Country Day and has held that position for 22 seasons. As a head coach, he is approaching the 300-win milestone with a career record is 292-103-40. His teams have captured five regional championships and eight district championships since 2000.

The Cincinnati, Ohio native has produced eight All-Americans. Fee, a graduate of University of Cincinnati has spent his entire career as a high school teacher. He holds a Masters of Education degrees, from the Xavier University.

Not only has Fee been a successful coach, but has been a servant to high school soccer as well. Fee served as President of the SWOHSSCA for nearly 10 years, and also served for four years as its treasurer.

Fee and his wife of 25 years, Diane have three children, Carter, Alexis and Annie.

Fee will be enshrined into the Hall of Fame at the OSSCA yearly banquet in Columbus, on January 7th.

November 16:  One of the most prestigious awards the Miami Valley Conference sponsors is the Dick Snyder Sportsmanship Award.  The award began back in 2011-12 - take a look at the past honorees HERE.  Congratulations to all of these recipients from the fall season:

Sophia Woods (Cincinnati Christian)
Alison Kohler (Cincinnati Country Day)
Will Kuhlman (CHCA)
Olivia Parmer (Clark Montessori)
Ethan Geiger (MVCA)
Mamadou Diallo (Lockland)
Gage Horn (New Miami)
Almar Long (North College Hill)
Dylan Horsley (Norwood)
Nicohl Dicks (Purcell Marian)
Clare Hoffman (Roger Bacon)
Nicholas Stein (Seven Hills)
Camryn Grove (St. Bernard-Elmwood Place)
Ben Jacob (Summit Country Day)

November 15:  Congratulations to all of our MVC football players who were named to the All-District squad!  See complete list HERE.

November 11:  Cincinnati Country Day just won a STATE CHAMPIONSHIP in girls soccer, defeating Ottawa-Glandorf 1-0 in the final match!  Congratulations to Coach Hirschauer and her squad!  It’s the school’s third title in the past five seasons!  Read more HERE.


November 9:  Shout out to our All-District volleyball players as voted by members of the District 16 OHSVCA Coaches Association.  Division II honorees included Kelsey Niesen, Mariah Gaines, and Alyvia Hegemann and CHCA's Allie Barrick.  Division III recipients included Summit Country Day's Zari Gillispie (Player of the Year), Kelsey Foley, and Georgia Schaefer; Cincinnati Country Day's Gracie Barnes and Gracie Mitchell; Seven Hills' Annie Katuska; Norwood's Caroline Endsley; and St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Kaniya Lindsay.  Division IV selections featured Cincinnati Christian's Kate Oates (Player of the Year), Katie Bertram, and Jenny Bertram; along with New Miami's Maciah Brashear and Alexia Ball.  Our MVC coaches were also recognized - Cincinnati Christian's Carly Arington and Summit Country Day's Karen Hess earned Coach of the Year honors and MVCA's Marianne Gibbs, Roger Bacon's Alyssa Flading, and Cincinnati Country Day's Chris Bannister received Coaching Achievement Awards.

November 9:  Cincinnati Country Day will play for a STATE CHAMPIONSHIP in girls soccer Saturday after a dominating 4-0 win over Lynchburg-Clay in the State semis!  Read more HERE!

November 8:  Summit Country Day's Larkin Woodward (boys cross country), Samantha Vibberts (girls soccer), and Zari Gillispie (volleyball); Cincinnati Country Day's C.J. DeBra (girls soccer); and Roger Bacon's Ally Hughes (volleyball) are among the nominees for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  In addition, Cincinnati Country Day girls soccer is up for Team of the Week honors!  Vote HERE.

November 8:  Best of luck tonight to Cincinnati Country Day in tonight's girls soccer match-up with Lynchburg Clay at Loveland HS.  A win means the Lady Nighthawks will play for a STATE CHAMPIONSHIP!

November 8:  CHCA's Allison Barrick and Roger Bacon's Alyssa Fladung (Coach of the Year) earn spots on the OHSVCA All-State volleyball squad!  See complete list HERE.

November 5:  STATE BOUND:  Congratulations to the Cincinnati Country Day women's soccer team for advancing to the State Final Four after today's 1-0 win over Alter in the Division III Regional Final.  The Lady Nighthawks will face Lynchburg-Clay on Tuesday at Loveland HS at 7 pm.  Summit Country Day fell to undefeated Waynesville in its Regional Final to finish a great season with 18 victories.

November 5:  Let's give a huge tip of the cap to both Roger Bacon and Summit Country Day who fell today in the Regional Finals in volleyball, one win shy of the State Final Four!  The two teams combined to win 41 contests this season!  Congratulations to both squads on tremendous seasons and for representing the MVC so well this fall!

November 5STATE CROSS COUNTRY UPDATE:  Summit Country Day finished third overall in the boys' Division III race!  The Knights were led by Larkin Woodward who finished 23rd, just two spots ahead of teammate Liam Woodward.  Congratulations to the Knights and Cincinnati Christians' Micah Katz for earning the trip to State!  See complete results HERE.

November 4:  Congratulations to the Cincinnati Country Day Nighthawk football squad on a great season!  Although they lost tonight in the second round of the OHSAA playoffs, the Nighthawks had a ten-win season and their first playoff win since 1999!  Super job!

November 4:  Shout out to Summit Country Day's Elena Stone for being named the Enquirer Athlete of the Week in volleyball!  Read more HERE.

November 4:  It's nice to have a volleyball team from your conference represented in the Regional Finals, but it's fantastic when you can boast two!  Roger Bacon and Summit Country Day have each advanced to Saturday's matches after last night's victories.  Roger Bacon faces Badin in a re-match of last year's Regional Final, while Summit Country Day faces Versailles in the Lady Knights' first-ever trip to the Regional Finals!  Read more HERE.


November 2:  Both Summit Country Day and Cincinnati Country Day are playing for a State berth Saturday in girls soccer!  Congratulations to both teams on their wins last night!  Read more HERE.

November 1:  Cincinnati Christian's Micah Katz (boys cross country) and Jenny Bertram (volleyball), Roger Bacon's Kelsey Niesen (volleyball), Cincinnati Country Day's Parker Corbin (football) and Elizabeth Zimmerman (girls soccer), and Summit Country Day's Madison Sievering (girls soccer) and Elena Stone (volleyball) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week honor.  Summit Country Day boys soccer, Roger Bacon volleyball, and Cincinnati Country Day girls soccer were in contention for the Ohio Fall Team of the Week accolades. 

October 29:  HUGE shout out to both Cincinnati Country Day and Summit Country Day for advancing to Regionals after capturing District titles tonight in girls soccer.  Both teams return to the pitch on Tuesday!  CCD faces Greenon at Monroe HS at 7 pm and Summit battles Monroe at Lakota East HS at 7 pm  Good luck to both squads!

October 29:  For the fifth consecutive season, the Roger Bacon Lady Spartans are bringing home the District Championship trophy in volleyball!  Congratulations to the squad for moving on to face Mercy McAuley Thursday at Butler HS at 7:30.

The MVC has another District Champion in volleyball!  Congratulations to Summit Country Day for capturing the program's first-ever District title in volleyball with a victory over Alter.  The Lady Knights advance to Thursday's match against Versailles at Trent Arena in Kettering at 7:30 pm.

Although they fell short of a District title, let's also salute Cincinnati Christian Lady Cougars for earning a District runner-up trophy.  The team finished its season with a fine 17-9 record.

October 29STATE BOUND:  The Summit Country Day boys came home with the Regional Championship today, advancing as a team to the State Cross Country Championships!  The Knights' Liam Woodward and Larkin Woodward were the MVC's top finishers at fourth and sixth respectively.  Cincinnati Christian's Micah Katz also advanced to State as an individual.  Shout out to Summit's Lady Knights for placing fifth overall in the girls' race, missing a trip to State by two places!  Allie Reuter led the way for the Lady Knights and the MVC with her by finishing 18th overall.  Complete results from all Regional races can be found HERE.

October 28:  Shout out to our lone winner in the first round of the OHSAA football playoffs - Cincinnati Country Day!  The Nighthawks come away wit the 27-20 win over Eastern for the school's first football postseason win since 1999.  Check out the week two match-ups HERE.

October 27:  A number of MVC football players rank among the area's statistical leaders.  To see the leaders, click HERE.

October 27:  Roger Bacon, Summit Country Day, and Cincinnati Christian have all advanced to Saturday's District Finals in volleyball after District semifinal wins this week.  The Lady Spartans will square off against Eaton at Kettering Fairmont HS at 4 pm, the Lady Knights face Alter at Fairfield HS at noon, and the Lady Cougars battle Russia at Troy HS at 5 pm.  Good luck to all three teams!

October 26:  Enquirer subscribers who are cheering for the area’s cross country runners should check out this preview of this weekend’s Regional Meet HERE.


October 25:  Summit Country Day's Larkin Woodward (boys cross country), Caroline Talty (girls soccer), and Georgia Schaefer (volleyball); CHCA's Logan Mullert (football), Ananya Annapantula and Addison Cassidy (girls tennis - doubles), and Allie Barrick (volleyball); Seven Hills' Everett Rinaldi (boys soccer); Cincinnati Christian's Caleb Settimo (boys soccer) and Serena Cyprien (volleyball); and Cincinnati Country Day's Piper Farris (girls soccer) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award!  Cincinnati Country Day was up for the Ohio Football Team of the Week award and Summit Country Day boys soccer and CHCA girls tennis were in the running for the Ohio Fall Team of the Week honors!  Vote HERE.

October 24:  Cincinnati Country Day's Ryan Coyle was a finalist for the WCPO Player of the Week award for week ten! 

October 24:  Clark Montessori was among the nominees for the week ten Tristate Football Gold Star Chili Team of the Week award!  

October 24:  Cincinnati Country Day's Ryan Coyle, Lockland's Damien Dawson, and CHCA's Logan Mullert were in contention for the week ten Tristate Football Mella Player of the Week award!  

October 24:  It's Monday and that means it's time to check out last week's top performers who were recognized as MVC Athletes of the Week HERE.

October 23:  CHCA is the Division II team champion at the Ohio Tennis Coaches Association (OTCA) State Team Tournament!  Read more HERE.  Photo credit:  Scott Springer/Enquirer

October 23:  Round one of the OHSAA football playoffs has been announced, and several MVC squads will be playing this weekend!  Shout out to these MVC teams:  CHCA, Roger Bacon, Clark Montessori, Purcell Marian, Summit Country Day, Cincinnati Country Day, Lockland, and St. Bernard-Elmwood Place!  See all the first round match-ups HERE.

October 23:  Let's take a look at which teams are still alive in the sports of volleyball and boys and girls soccer.  VOLLEYBALL:  Roger Bacon vs. CHCA, Summit Country Day, Cincinnati Country Day, Seven Hills, MVCA, and Cincinnati Christian vs. New Miami.  BOYS SOCCER:  Summit Country Day, Cincinnati Christian, Seven Hills, and Cincinnati Country Day.  GIRLS SOCCER:  Summit Country Day and Cincinnati Country Day.  Good luck to these teams this week!

October 22:  The Miami Valley Conference will be well represented at the Division III Regional Cross Country Meet this fall.  The top four boys' teams all advanced to Regionals, and all were MVC squads - Summit Country Day (District Champion), Cincinnati Christian, MVCA, and Seven Hills.  Individual qualifiers from the boys' competition included Cincinnati Country Day's Joe Gibson.  On the girls' side, Summit Country Day and Seven Hills move on to Regionals, as will CCD's Vanca Pandey.  Complete boys' results are HERE and girls' results HERE.

October 22STATE GIRLS TENNIS NEWS:  Congratulations to CHCA's Sophia Thompson for finishing as the OHSAA Division II State Runner-Up at the State Girls Tennis Tournament!  Not to be outdone, the Lady Eagles Ananya Annapantula and Addison Cassidy also finished as State Runner-Up in doubles!  Congratulations to all three players, as well as to teammates Mika Morris and Payton Puryear for winning their first match at State!  See the singles bracket HERE and the doubles bracket HERE.  Read Scott Springer's recap of the weekend's action in this Enquirer article HERE.

October 22:  Read Scott Springer's look at next week's OHSAA football playoff predictions HERE.  Although unofficial, it looks like several MVC squads could be playing next week.

October 21:  Congrats to CHCA's Sophia Thompson for being named an Enquirer Athlete of the Week!  Read more HERE.

October 18:  Summit Country Day's Larkin Woodward (boys cross country), Ella Barnes (girls cross country), and Sofia Palek (field hockey); CHCA's Taylor Bacher (girls cross country), Sophia Thompson (girls tennis - singles), and Ananya Annapantula and Addison Cassidy (girls tennis - doubles); Clark Montessori's Jahkiren Oliver (football) and Olivia Parmer (girls soccer); Cincinnati Country Day's Lee Thomas (football) and Gracie Mitchell (volleyball); Seven Hills' Charlie Mullin (boys golf), Julia Zhu (girls golf), and Charlotte Scharfenberger and Sohana Thompson (girls tennis - doubles); Cincinnati Christian's Xander Mays (boys soccer); Purcell Marian's Kaliyah McNeal (girls soccer); and New Miami's Miciah Brashear (volleyball) were among the nominees for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Cincinnati Country Day was up for the Ohio Football Team of the Week award and Seven Hills' boys and girls' golf were both in contention for the Ohio Fall Team of the Week honors.

October 15:  Purcell Marian was up for the week nine Tristate Football Gold Star Chili Team of the Week award.  

October 15STATE CHAMPION NEWS:  Congratulations to the Seven Hills boys golf squad for winning the OHSAA Boys Golf Championship!  Seven Hills also won a State title back in 2016-17.    Charlie Mullin finished third overall to pace the Stingers.  Other team members included Billy GoodJack Good, William Hartmann, and John Mullin.  Complete results are HERE.  Congratulations also go out to the Seven Hills girls for finishing eighth at State.  Julia Zhu led the squad with a 26th-place finish.  Other squad members included Maggie Motch, Riley DeBuys, Lucie Pease, and Emily Rosenfield.  Complete results are HERE.

October 15:  Congratulations and a HUGE shout out to CHCA's Sophia Thompson (District Champion)and the two doubles teams of Ananya Annapantula and Addison Cassidy and Mika Morris and Payton Puryear for advancing to the STATE Girls Tennis Championships October 21-22 at the Lindner Family Tennis Center!  

October 14:  CHCA's Allie Barrick and Lucy Snyder earn Enquirer Athlete of the Week recognition!  Read more HERE.

October 12:  HUGE shout out to Summit Country Day for sweeping yesterday's MVC Cross Country Championships.  The Silver Knights won the boys and girls junior high AND high school races!  CHCA's Taylor Bacher won the girls' varsity race, while the Knights' Summit's Larkin Woodward captured the boys' title.  Both runners also earned MVC Runner of the Year honors!  See complete results HERE.

October 11:  Seven Hills' Charlie Mullin (boys golf), Julia Zhu (girls golf), Everett Rinaldi (boys soccer), Ella Dubay (volleyball), and Charlotte Scharfenberger and Sohana Thompson; Cincinnati Country Day's Parker Corbin (football) and Laurie Bailey (volleyball); Summit Country Day's T.J. LaMacchia (boys soccer); Purcell Marian's Kaliyah McNeal (girls soccer); St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Camryn Grove (girls soccer) and Kaniya Lindsay (volleyball); and CHCA's Lucy Snyder (girls tennis - singles), Allie Barrick (volleyball), and Ananya Annapantula and Addison Cassidy (girls tennis - doubles) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Cincinnati Country Day girls soccer and Seven Hills girls golf were in contention for the Ohio Fall Girls Team of the Week honors.

October 10:  It must be Monday, which means our past week's top performers are being posted to the MVC website HERE.

October 9:  Match-ups for the upcoming Sectional Tournaments in boys and girls soccer and volleyball are as follows:  boys soccer HERE for Division II and HERE for Division III; girls soccer HERE for Division II and HERE for Division III; and volleyball HERE for Division II, HERE for Division III, and HERE for Division IV.  Best of luck to all of our MVC squads!

October 9:  Roger Bacon's Jayson Stewart was a finalist for the week eight Tristate Football Mella Player of the Week honors!  

October 9:  CHCA was in contention for the week eight Tristate Football Gold Star Chili Team of the Week award!  

October 8:  Shout out to our District qualifiers in girls tennis - CHCA's doubles teams of Ananya Annapantula and Addison Cassidy (Sectional Champions) and Mika Morris and Payton Puryear and doubles teams from Seven Hills (Charlotte Scharfenberger and Sohana Thompson) and Summit Country Day (Maya Hajjar and Maggie Marburger).  CHCA singles players Lucy Snyder and Sophia Thompson also move on to Thursday's and Saturday's District Tournament.  

October 6:  Seven Hills girls golf squad is headed to STATE after its runner-up finish at the Division II District Tournament!  Congratulations to Maggie Motch, Julia Zhu, Riley DeBuys, Emily Rosenfeld, and Lucie Pease.  See complete individual results HERE.  And, not to be outdone, the Seven Hills boys squad also advanced to STATE after finishing as District Champions!  Congratulations to Charlie Mullin (District Champ), Billy Good, Jack Good, William Hartmann, and John Mullin.  The State Tournament is slated for October 14-15.  Individual results for the boys are HERE.

October 6:  Congratulations to Roger Bacon's Beamer Walker for being named the week seven WCPO Football Player of the Week award winner!  Read more HERE.

October 4:  Clark Montessori's Jahkiren Oliver (football); Cincinnati Country Day's Lee Thomas (football) and Andrew Pavlisko (boys soccer); St. Bernard-Elmwood Places' Demico Harris (football); Roger Bacon's Beamer Walker (football) and Kelsey Niesen (volleyball); Cincinnati Christian's Jackson Raby (boys golf); Seven Hills' Charlie Mullin (boys golf) and Julia Zhu (girls golf); CHCA's Zac Vickers (boys golf) and Saylor Brock (girls soccer); MVCA's Tessa Akers (volleyball); and New Miami's Maciah Brashear (volleyball) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Seven Hills boys golf and CHCA volleyball were in contention for the Ohio Fall Team of the Week award!

October 3:  Postseason Sectional Golf Tournament results are HERE for DII boys and HERE for DIII boys.  Congratulations to our District qualifiers - In Division II, CHCA's Zac Vickers and in Division III, Seven Hills' Charlie Mullin (Sectional Champion), Cincinnati Christian's Jackson Raby, and Purcell Marian's Liam Von Rosenberg.  DIII team qualifiers included Seven Hills (Sectional Champion), Cincinnati Country Day, and Summit Country Day.  On the girls' side, click HERE for Division II Sectional results. The MVC boasts a pair of girls' teams who qualified for Districts - Seven Hills and CHCA, as well as a Sectional Champion in the Lady Stingers' Julia Zhu.

October 3:  Click HERE to read about this week's MVC Athletes of the Week!  Some great performances turned in again!

October 2:  Roger Bacon's Beamer Walker was among the week seven nominees for the week seven WCPO Player of the Week award.  

October 1:  The week seven Southwest Ohio Soccer Coaches Association polls feature Summit Country Day boys and girls at #1 in Division II and Cincinnati Country Day girls #1 in Division III.  Read more HERE.

October 1:  Check out this week's District 16 volleyball coaches poll HERE.  The MVC boasts TEN squads in the top ten in the Division II, III, and IV polls!

September 30:  Congratulations to Roger Bacon's Mariah Gaines and Summit Country Day's Mia Booth for earning Enquirer Athlete of the Week honors.  Read more HERE.

September 27:  Check out the week six OHSAA football playoff rankings HERE.  The postseason is beginning to take shape!

September 27:  Seven Hills' Carter Stevens (boys cross country), Daniela Alper (girls tennis - singles), and Leo Weller (boys soccer); Cincinnati Country Day's Vanca Pandey (girls cross country) and Piper Farris (girls soccer); Summit Country Day's Mia Booth (field hockey), Maggie McDowell (girls soccer), and Alex Davis (football); CHCA's Zac Vickers (boys golf); Lockland's Damien Dawson (football); Roger Bacon's Tyler Doll (football) and Mariah Gaines (volleyball); Norwood's Ariel Umanzor (boys soccer); St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Demetryana Weathers (volleyball); and Cincinnati Christian's Jenny Bertram (volleyball) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award!  Roger Bacon was in contention for the Ohio Football Team of the Week award and MVCA boys cross country and Seven Hills boys golf and girls cross country were up for the Ohio Fall Team of the Week honors.  

September 26:  Cincinnati Country Day sits atop the Division III State girls soccer polls!  See complete boys' and girls' polls HERE.

September 26:  Check out this past week's top performers who were recognized as MVC Athletes of the Week HERE.

September 25:  Lockland's Damien Dawson was a finalist for the week six Tristate Football Mella Player of the Week honors! 

September 25:  Summit Country Day was in contention for the week six Tristate Football Gold Star Chili Team of the Week award!

September 24:  Roger Bacon becomes only the 79th school in OHSAA history to reach the 500 win plateau in football!  Read more HERE.

September 23:  Summit Country Day's William McLane and Glady Hill are named Enquirer Athletes of the Week!  Read more HERE.

September 23:  Summit Country Day (DII) boys and girls and Cincinnati Country Day (DIII) girls are still at #1 in today's week six Southwest Ohio Soccer Coaches Association poll.  Read more HERE.

September 23Enquirer subscribers can see who is leading a number of statistical categories in high school football HERE.

September 22Enquirer subscribers can check out the statistical leaders in both boys and girls soccer HERE.

September 21Enquirer subscribers can check out the area's statistical leaders in volleyball HERE.

September 20:  Cincinnati Country Day is #1 in the latest Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association poll!  Read more HERE.

September 20ENQUIRER ATHLETES/TEAMS OF THE WEEK:  Cincinnati Christian's Micah Katz (boys cross country); Summit Country Day's William McLane (boys cross country), Ella Barnes (girls cross country), and Glady Hill (girls field hockey); MVCA's Ethan Hudnall (football); Roger Bacon's Alex Edmondson (boys soccer); and Clark Montessori's Olivia Parmer (girls soccer) are finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Seven Hills boys golf is up for the Ohio Fall Team of the Week award.  Vote HERE.

September 19:  Check out this past week's top performers who were recognized as MVC Athletes of the Week HERE.

September 17:  At the Milford Cross Country Invitational, Seven Hills finished third in the girls' varsity race, while CHCA did the same in the boys' race.  Cincinnati Country Day's Vanca Pandey and CHCA's Taylor Bacher placed third and fourth respectively in the girls' varsity race.  Seven Hills' Carter Stevens finished third and Cincinnati Country Day's Joe Gibson finished fourth in the boys' varsity race.  All race results can be found HERE.

September 16:  Check out the week five Southwest Ohio Soccer Coaches Association soccer polls HERE.  Our own Summit Country Day sits at #1 in BOTH the DII boys' and girls' poll and Cincinnati Country Day sits atop the girls' DIII poll!

September 16:  Shout out to St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Kaniya Lindsay for being named an Enquirer Athlete of the Week!  Read more HERE.

September 13ENQUIRER ATHLETES/TEAMS OF THE WEEK:  MVCA's Will Sten (boys cross country), Summit Country Day's Braeden Austin (football), Roger Bacon's Ryan Zestermann (boys golf) and Morgan Moeller (girls soccer), Cincinnati Christian's Xander Mays (boys soccer) and Olivia Parmer (girls soccer), and CHCA's Addison Cassidy and Payton Puryear (girls tennis - doubles) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Summit Country Day boys soccer and CHCA girls tennis were in contention for the Ohio Fall Team of the Week honors. 

September 11:  Cincinnati Country Day was a finalist for the week four Tristate Football Gold Star Chili Team of the Week award! 

September 11:  Summit Country Day's Braeden Austin was among the nominees for the week four Tristate Football Mella Player of the Week award.  

September 9:  Check out the latest District 16 volleyball coaches' polls HERE.  A host of MVC schools are among the area's best, highlighted by Summit Country Day (DIII) and MVCA (DIV) sitting at number one in their respective divisions!

September 9:  St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Greg Miller earns Enquirer Athlete of the Week honors!  Read more HERE.

September 7Enquirer subscribers can preview the area's top high school golfers before tourney time HERE.

September 7:  Congratulations to the St. Bernard-Elmwood Place Titans for being named the Tristate Football Gold Star Chili Team of the Week for week three!  Read more HERE.

September 6ENQUIRER ATHLETES/TEAMS OF THE WEEK:  MVCA's Noah Kroger (football); St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's Greg Miller (football); Roger Bacon's Joe Baker (boys golf) and Alaina Roberts (girls soccer); Cincinnati Christian's Xander Mays (boys soccer) and Jenny Bertram (volleyball); Cincinnati Country Day's Andrew Pavlisko (boys soccer), Megan Zimmerman (girls soccer), and Ayla Daoud (girls tennis - singles); Purcell Marian's Kaliyah McNeal (girls soccer); Seven Hills' Charlotte Scharfenberger and Sohana Thompson (girls tennis - doubles); New Miami's Miciah Brashear (volleyball); and Summit Country Day's Georgia Schaefer (volleyball) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Cincinnati Country Day was up for Ohio Football Team of the Week honors.  Cincinnati Country Day girls soccer was also in contention for the Ohio Fall Team of the Week award.

September 5:  It's Monday and that means it's time to celebrate our newest MVC Athletes of the Week!  Read more HERE.

September 4:  MVCA's Noah Kroger was among the week three nominees for the Tristate Football Mella Player of the Week award! 

September 4:  St. Bernard-Elmwood Place was in contention for the Tristate Football Gold Star Chili Team of the Week award for week three!  

September 2:  Volleyball coaches release weekly polls.  CHCA, Summit Country Day, and Cincinnati Christian lead their respective divisions.  Read more HERE.

August 31:  Roger Bacon volleyball makes history with program's 700th victory!  Read more HERE

August 30ENQUIRER ATHLETES/TEAMS OF THE WEEK:  Cincinnati Christian's Micah Katz (boys cross country); Cincinnati Country Day's Vanca Pandey (girls cross country), Piper Farris (girls soccer), and Caroline and Katherine Connelly and (girls tennis - doubles); CHCA's Christopher Wolf (boys soccer); and Summit Country Day's Madison Sievering (girls soccer) were nominees for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Cincinnati Christian boys golf and Summit Country Day volleyball were up for the Ohio Fall Team of the Week award. 

August 29:  Check out this week's MVC Athletes of the Week (click link at top of page called Athletes of Week).  Coaches make selections each week - this week sitting at nearly 40 recipients!

August 28:  August 28:  Purcell Marian was up for the Tristate Football Gold Star Chili Team of the Week award. 

August 27:  Shout out to MVCA for winning the Cincinnati Country Day Cross Country Invitational, edging out runner-up Seven Hills.  Cincinnati Christian's Micah Katz and MVCA's Will Sten finished first and second respectively.  On the girls' side, Seven Hills earned the team title with Cincinnati Country Day's Vanca Pandey coming home in first place.  Complete race results are HERE.

August 26:  Check out the week two Southwest Ohio Soccer Coaches Association polls HERE.

August 24:  Who are the top girls soccer teams in the area?  Enquirer subscribers can find out HERE.

August 23ENQUIRER ATHLETES/TEAMS OF THE WEEK:  St. Bernard's Greg Miller (football); Summit Country Day's Izzy Rawling (boys soccer) and Georgia Schaefer (volleyball); Clark Montessori's Olivia Parmer (girls soccer); Seven Hills' Callie Drew (girls soccer); and Cincinnati Country Day's Rana Arebi (girls tennis) were finalists for the Enquirer Athlete of the Week award.  Summit Country Day boys soccer was up for the Ohio Fall Team of the Week award. 

August 21Enquirer subscribers can read about the area's top cross country runners HERE.

August 21:  St. Bernard's Greg Miller was among the nominees for the Tristate Football Mella Athlete of the Week award!  

August 20:  Southwest Ohio Soccer Coaches Association releases season’s first poll HERE.

August 20:  CHCA's Finley Payne softball standout is named NCSAA National Hitter of the Year and All-American!  Read more HERE.

August 19:  CHCA and Roger Bacon volleyball are among the "Teams to Watch" this fall.  Read more HERE.

August 19:  Roger Bacon falls to Taft in gridiron opener.  Read more HERE.

August 16:  Check out our first MVC Athletes of the Week HERE.

August 12:  Read this Enquirer MVC football preview HERE.

August 10Enquirer subscribers can check out the area's top girls soccer players HERE.

August 7:  View coach Darnell Parker's Celebration of Live video HERE.

August 5Enquirer subscribers can read about the area's top volleyball defensive specialists HERE.

August 4Enquirer subscribers can read about the area's top golfers HERE.

August 3:  Skyline Chili Crosstown Showdown football schedule is announced HERE.

August 1:  Vote for the Tristate Football Preseason Football All-TSF Squad HERE.

July 30:  Local baseball players lead Midland 18U team to Connie Mack World Series.  Read more HERE.  

July 25:  Beloved Loveland and Clark Montessori basketball coach Darnell Parker (and his smile) will be sorely missed.  Read more HERE about his battle with cancer.

July 22:  Prep Baseball Report selects its All-Ohio Baseball selections.  CHCA's Jack Vogele named Player of the Year!  Read more HERE.

July 22Tristate Football previews Summit Country Day football HERE.

July 2022:  Enquirer subscribers can read about the area's top football players as the 2022 gridiron season is right around the corner.  Offensive lineman HERE; wide receivers HERE; running backs HERE; quarterbacks HERE; linebackers HERE; defensive linemen HERE; and defensive backs HERE.

June 29:  The Enquirer announces its Spring All-Stars HERE.

June 27Tristate Football previews Roger Bacon football HERE.

June 22:  The Enquirer looks at the top high school sports stories from 2021-22 HERE.

May 18Tristate Football previews St. Bernard-Elmwood Place football HERE.

CCD's Theresa Hirschauer Earns HOF Honors

Each year, the Southwest Ohio Athletic Directors Association (SWOADA) recognizes a number of athletic directors for various awards.  Cincinnati Country Day's Theresa Hirschauer received the honor of being inducted into the SWOADA/OIAAA Hall of Fame! 

"Induction into the SWOADA/OIAAA Hall of Fame for exceptional service in athletic administration is bestowed upon a retired athletic administrator in recognition of his or her special accomplishments and contributions." 

Congratulations Theresa on this much-deserved recognition!  Read more HERE.