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Week of September 5th

With Labor Day behind us, that knocks out the short weeks for a while, and allows us to jump into our league schedules.  We hope you can come out and catch a few games with this magnificent weather we are going to have.  It's not too late to join the Mariemont Athletic Boosters and start saving on your admission to games.  You can join online at https://www.ticketracker.com/store/category?schoolId=1350&catalogCategoryId=1412.

The Varsity Football team returns home Friday night against Shroder, which is also our Football Fever celebration.  Come early and join  our Boosters in the Stadium lot for their famous pre-game tailgate party featuring delicious pork sandwiches, corn on the cob and drinks. We;ll also announce the youth football players and cheerleaders at 6:40.  Come on out and join in the fun.

The 5th ranked boys soccer Warriors look for their first win of the season against Madeira Tuesdau night.  Game times are at 5and 7, and game times will be 5 and 7 on Saturday when the Warriors visit Anderson High School on Saturday.

The 5th ranked Lady Warriors Soccer team travels to Madeira on Wednesday at 5 and 7pm, and host the Fewick Falcons in Kusel Stadium Saturday at 5 and 7pm.

Your Lady Warrior Volleyball Warriors host INdian Hill on Tuesday at 530 and 630 before traveling to Reading on Thursday at the same game times of 530 and 630.  Reading is playing their games at the old Central Elementary.  The Lady Warriors return home for a rare Saturday CHL match with Madeira at 2 and 3pm.

Your Lady Warrior Tennis team is ranked 9th in the City, and travels to Seton on Tuesday and CCD on Thursday.  Good luck!

The cross country Warriors, ranked 2nd in the girls poll and 4th in the boys poll, travel to Mason this weekend at Corwin Nixon Park.

Your golf Warriors square off with Cincinnati Christian on Tuesday, Talawanda on Thursday.

Have a great week!  Remember to help us bebetter and respect the game