The students enjoy a three day weekend with the teaching staff having a training session on April 18, but the games continue! Let's hope this great weather sticks around. Have you downloaded the Mariemont Warrior Nation app for your iphone, ipad, or android? It's free on the App Store and Google Store, and is a great, fun way to track your Warriors. Be sure to check in at the games you attend and move up the leaderboard.
Girls lacrosse ended last week with a split, dropping Mason and downing Summit. The Lady Warriors travel to Centerville on Tuesday at 5:30 and 7, and the Varsity will host Jackson at 11am on April 23. Good luck, ladies.
How about that track and field team? The girls finished 2nd at Madeira and the boys finished 3rd, and both squads won the CHCA Relays last week. The team travels to Finneytown on Tuesday, and to the Sycamore Relays on Friday. Our JH Warriors host the JH Invitational on Thursday in Kusel Stadium.
The tennis team faces a busy week with Wyoming on Monday (VH,JVA), Winton Woods on Tuesday at home for the Varsity, with Clark visiting the Varsity on Wednesday. Anderson is the challenge on Thursday, with varsity home and JV away, and the varsity makes up their rainout with Summit on Friday at the Summit Complex on Red Bank Rd.
The Varsity baseball team opened last week with wins over Indian Hill and Wyoming, and host Deer Park at Fairfax on Monday before traveling to Summit on Tuesday. It's off to Deer Park on Wednesday before hosting Norwood on Saturday at noon. The JV travel to Deer Park on Monday, host Summit Tuesday, host Deer Park on Wednesday, and travel to Norwood on Thursday.
The Boys lacrosse team dropped a close one to Milford last week, and face Moeller's JV on Tuesday, Moeller's varsity at Moeller on Wednesday, travel to Mason on Friday and host Lakota East at 1 and 3pm on Saturday.
The softball team downed Indian Hill last week, and travel to Deer Park on Monday, host Purcell Marian at Stanton on Tuesday, host Deer Park at Stanton on Wednesday, and travel to Reading on Friday.
Everyone has a different view on the game. Our fans, their fans, parent and grandparents all see the same game through different lenses. The officials see their game through their lenses with their knowledge of the rules and their view of the action on the field. Our athletes see the game through competition and their effort. So while many people view the same plays with different influences, let's remember to keep one vision in the forefront: the vision of good sportsmanship. Let's respect the efforts of the players on both sides of the field, and the let's respect the tough job that the officials have to do. Let's make our games a great environment for our athletes to play, our coaches to coach, and all fans to enjoy the contest. Respect the game and always...#bebetter
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