- 31 August 2015
- John Lachmann/Tristate Football.com
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Indian Hill allowed an average of just 11.8 points in its final six games of 2014.
And while the defense was clearly a strength for the Braves last season, Indian Hill is hoping to be even better at shutting down opponents this fall with numerous returning starters on that side of the ball.
Colin Shaw, Dawson Aichholz, Dan Becker, Zarian Hunter-Cure, Ben Korgenal and Grant Gottdiner highlight what could be the top defensive unit in the league.
- 30 August 2015
- Stephanie Kennebeck
- Hits: 27
The Indian Hill Braves started the season strong with a convincing win at Cincinnati Christian (25-11, 25-16, 25-23). The offense was led with outstanding play by senior setter and captain Cassidy Zang. Senior Allie Kist and sophomore libero Teensy Zang led the defense in a match where very few balls dropped on the Braves side.
Senior Ryan Wilkins, junior Christina Shannon and sophomore Annabelle Berwanger extended the Braves net with great blocking. Junior Karen Folz contributed both on defense and offense and sophomore Allison Kennebeck had several decisive kills. Freshman Nataly Joseph joined the defense with many athletics digs.
- 30 August 2015
- Marc Young
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The Indian Hill Girls Tennis JV squad has opened the 2015 season with a run of six wins, utilizing a variety of lineups and combinations in both singles and doubles. The young core group is led by junior co-captains Haley Koerting and Ellen Wisner, with freshmen Madeline Major, Jessica Spry, Elina Govil, and Khushi Rawat joining the 2015 Braves team. Seniors Eva Mandybur and Maddie Entine and freshmen Priyanka Musti and Nina Price have also taken the court to notch wins for the Braves JV. IH thus far has been victorious over Loveland, Turpin, St. Ursula, Sycamore JV, Mount Notre Dame, and Mason JV.