Tonight, the Indian Hill girls basketball team (1-2) battled with rival Mariemont but came up short by a score of 37-29. At the start of the second half, the Lady Braves were down by ten points and made a great come back pulling to within four points of the Warriors by the middle of the 4th quarter.
Senior, MaryAnn Miller, did a phenomenal job guarding Mariemont's giant freshman post player, Rebekah Justice. MaryAnn lead all Indian Hill scorers with 8 points, while her gritty defense shut down the 6'5" Justice's scoring, holding her to a sub-par 7 points for the game. Her rebounding at both ends of the floor kept the Lady Braves in the game.
The Indian Hill Lady Braves (1-1) are starting the season off strong by winning their second game 44-33 against the Goshen Warriors. Thirty seconds into the game, senior, Jessica Arrington hit a three to set the game in motion. Our tenacious perimeter defense was the key to the game lead by junior Mikayla Germain and freshman Ellie Schaub.
Bryant University offered Indian Hill senior defensive back/wide receiver Mac Carrier, according to Indian Hill coach Mike Theisen.
Carrier, who is 5 feet 11 and 180 pounds, is the son of Bengals defensive backs coach Mark Carrier.
Bryant is in Smithfield, Rhode Island.