Latest News About Indian Hill Athletics
- 24 March 2015
- Rob Bulas
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The 2015 edition of Coach Sue Savage's Indian Hill HS Lady Braves track team will kick off their season on April 2 with a duel meet against Cincinnati Country Day School. This will be a rebuilding season for the Lady Braves, with the loss of some of their top point-producers from last season.
If the Lady Braves are to make any noise at The Championships, it will be dependent on a return to top form from senior miler Sabrina Bulas and 800m specialist Mackenzie Owen, both of whom were hobbled by illness and injury last year. The team will need strong contributions from a talented crop of young distance runners, including returnees Sydney Miles and Sarah Borden. Freshman Emily Sheard could contribute anywhere from 800m to 2 miles, in my opinion.
- 22 March 2015
- Scott Springer/Community Press
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MASON – It's always wise to enjoy a good day in March as you never know when it will be wiped away by a bad one.
Indian Hill High School's boys basketball team had such an experience when they knocked off Cincinnati Hills League champion Wyoming in the Division II sectional March 5, 63-51. The Cowboys were unbeaten in the league and had defeated the Braves twice, but coach Tim Burch's crew prevailed in the postseason.
"We might be one of the only teams in the CHL that can match up with them," Burch said. "They're a great basketball team. Unbelievably well-coached with great players. We're very fortunate to have played as well as we did."
- 20 March 2015
- Marc Young
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Indian Hill looks forward to an exciting 2015 tennis season with a mix of strong veteran players and talented young players. Topping the Braves' lineup will be junior Alexander Warstler, a State Tournament qualifier in his freshman and sophomore seasons and a committed tournament competitor who holds excellent USTA Midwest Sectional and National rankings in Boys 18. Also returning to team up in 2015 are proven doubles specialists senior Graydon Cowan and junior Rohit Musti. New to the mix will be freshman Andrew Pregel, highly ranked In Boys 16 in the USTA Midwest section.