Latest News About Indian Hill Athletics
- 20 December 2014
- John Harder
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In a Cincinnati Hills League game at Taylor High School, all three Indian Hill teams, Freshman, Junior Varsity, and Varsity, won handily at the expense of their Yellow Jacket opponents. Although a 15 point difference for the Varsity team, winning 64-49, suggests a comfortable margin of victory, the final score suggests a closer game than it, in reality, was. But, had the Braves played as well in the second half as in the first, Coach Tim Burch would not have anything to "get on" his players about as he prepares the team for two more games in three days before the holiday break.
- 19 December 2014
- Scott Springer & Nick Robbe/Community Press
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INDIAN HILL – A league wrestling title has eluded Indian Hill High School since 1971 and the Braves were last in the Cincinnati Hills League a year ago.
However, third-year coach Nate Eigher has been building and finally has some experience with the return of seniors George Schneider, Liam O'Donnell, Linzel Hunter-Cure and junior Jeff Kuhn. Kuhn was a district qualifier at 113 pounds last year.
Senior Kyle Meranus, juniors Andrew Clark and Trent Geyer. sophomores Justin Lewis and Jack Steurerwald and freshmen Gabe Johnson, Chris Pennington and Will Steurerwald make up the rest of the squad.
- 19 December 2014
- Scott Springer/Community Press
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INDIAN HILL – Minus three starters from last season, Indian Hill High School's girls basketball team is relying on a few veterans and several youngsters early on in the winter campaign.
Jessica Marsh and Jessica Arington graduated and Lexi Carrier is not playing. That leaves junior Samantha Arington and sophomore Ellie Schaub as the only former starters and seniors Mikayla Germain and Peri Bigelow as the only subs with varsity experience.
Coach Chris Arington has gone from relying on daughter Jessica (now at DePauw) to doing the same with Samantha who has been a two-year starter and was the team's second-leading scorer and rebounder last season.
"This year she has to take on a little more leadership," Arington said. "That's always an adjustment when you go from a support player to being someone the other teams are looking to stop."