- 06 December 2016
- Scott Springer & Adam Baum / Community press
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For a team that has not won a league title since 1971, the Indian Hill High School wrestling squad finished a respectable third in the Cincinnati Hills League last season.
Reading, who has been dominant, was the champion, but Indian Hill finished just a point shy of Wyoming at the league meet for their best finish in 44 years.
Nine starters return for coach Nate Eigher, including CHL first-team sophomore John Mark Williams (152) and honorable-mention picks Jaden Anderson (120) and Jack Steuerwald (145).
- 22 November 2016
- Scott Springer / Community press
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INDIAN HILL - It will be a new experience for Indian Hill High School girls basketball as the team will not feature any of Chris Arington’s daughters for the first time in a while.
It’s also his first season on the high school circuit after surviving a sudden cardiac arrest scare last June. The Indian Hill coach did resume overseeing his Cincinnati Angels AAU program, but will make his first run at high school hardwood since his untimely incident over the summer.
Indian Hill was 13-11 last season and 8-6 in the Cincinnati Hills League for fourth-place behind Wyoming, Madeira and league champion Mariemont. Samantha Arington, a CHL second-team selection, has graduated along with Marshana Baskin and CHL honorable mention guard Karisa Grandison has transferred to Sycamore.
- 22 November 2016
- John Williams & Dale Becker
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The 2016 Braves season ended with a play-off loss on the road to the team ranked by the Associated Press as the number 1 team in the state. The Dogmen fought hard and finished with a record of 9 wins and 2 losses. Over a two season time-line, the Braves are 20-3. Several players, however, have been recognized for their outstanding efforts.
A media panel from Southwest Ohio chose All Area teams for the football divisions. In division 4, on the first team Indian Hill placed end Dawson Aichholz, QB Reed Aichholz, linebacker Dan Becker, and punter Marco Fiore. The second team included running back Zarian Hunter-Cure. Honorable mentions went to Ben Wirthlin and Mick Oakes.