Seven Hills - Senior
Maggie capped off her four-year varsity career with a 26 point game in the Lady Stingers' win over New Miami in the first round of the Sectional tournament.
Summit Country Day - Sophomore
Josh won his weight class at Sectionals this weekend in an upset win over Riley Henderson of Mariemont. His weight class was also arguably the toughest and deepest weight class in the tournament. Josh sits 34-5 on the season.
Summit Country Day - Junior
Davionne won his weight class at Sectionals as the fourth seed. He upset Billy Cadwallader of Williamsburg and then defeated Elijah Pryce of Purcell Marian who had beaten him twice this year.
Cincinnati Christian Boys' Basketball Team
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The Cougars played a well-orchestrated team game against North College Hill this past week which earned them a share of the Gray Division title. They also played well as a team in the squad's opening round Sectional tournament win against Ripley.
Cincinnati Christian - Sophomore
Payton had two fourth place finishes in the Division II State Swimming Championships in Canton, one in the 200 IM (2:07.11) and the other in the 100 Backstroke (56.62). Out of more than 50 schools represented at the State Meet, Payton's fourth place finishes landed the Lady Cougars in a tie for sixteenth place with Wyoming High School.
CCD Girls' State Relay Team
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Jenna Macrae, a freshman, Holly Jacobs, a sophomore, and Celia Macrae and Allie Wooden, seniors, advanced to the State Swim Meet in both the 200 and 400 Freestyle Relays. The night before the finals, two members of the team became stricken with a stomach bug that threatened to knock them out of the finals. But the team rallied around each other and competed well in the relay finals finishing in eighth place in the State.
Seven Hills - Freshman
Audrey qualified for the Division II State Bowling Tournament with a series of 541. She will compete on Friday, March 6, at Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl in Columbus, Ohio. Congratulations and good luck!
Seven Hills - Senior
Pearce is a senior and helped the team, and school, win their first State Championship this past week. Pearce scored in all four of his events, placing first in the Medley relay, fifth in the 100 Freestyle, second in the 100 Breaststroke, and first in the 400 Free Relay. He has been a great captain and team leader, and will be missed as he travels to Columbia University.