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Homecoming Week! October 2nd

Fall weather has arrived just in time for homecoming week here at 1 Warrior Way.  It's always an exciting time with class competitions, float building, the various dress up days, our distinguished alumni returning and of course, all of our alumni who are returning to the school for all of the festivities.  It's a busy week, and we hope you can join us for a game or two.  Here we go!

The girls soccer team remains 5th in this week's Enquirer Coaches Poll after a tie with Taylor last week.  The Lady Warriors varsity travels to Withrow High School to play Clark on Monday at 530, and both teams travel to Wyoming on Wednesday for CHL action at 5 and 7pm.  On Saturday, we'll celebrate our seniors with a game against Batavia at 10am,  followed by the JV game at noon.

The boys soccer Warriors defeated Taylor last week, and remain in 2nd in the Coaches Poll this week.  The Warriors host Wyoming on Tuesday for their senior night at 5 and 7pm, and our senior will be recognized after the game with their parents.  The Warriors travel to Batavia on Saturday morning to battle the Bulldogs at 10am and noon.

The Varsity Football warriors check in to the Enquirer coaches poll at at #3 this week, and they'll face the #2 ranked team, the Reading Blue Devils for our homecoming game this Friday at 7pm.  The homecoming parade begins at Mariemont Elementary at 5:30 and winds its way through the Village, arriving on school grounds around 6:15.  The JV game against Reading on Saturday morning has been cancelled.

Congratulations to our girls tennis team who completed their season with a 15-3 record.  The Lady Warriors open the post season on Friday with the Sectional tournamenat Mason at 9am.  The Lady Warriors completed the regular season ranked 5th in the Enquirer Coaches poll

The Varsity golf Warriors grabbed 4th place in the sectional tournament last week, which advances the Warriors in to the District tournament this Thursday at Beavercreek Golf Club.  The Warriors were led by senior Hentry Lewis in the sectional, which also gained Henry the medalist honors for the CHL Championship. The Warriors ended the regular season 6th in the Coacches Poll

The Cross Country Warriors continue to blaze trails through the countryside this season. The girls enter the week ranked 2nd behind Wyoming and the boys are ranked 11th.  The teams run at CHCA's Invitational at Voice of America on Tuesday.

There's still time to register for the Boosters Hubbard Memorial Gold Oting on October 12th at Terrace Park Country Club.  Sign up today at

Remember to keep the positie spotlight on our athletes and their accomplishments.  High School sports should be enjoyable for the kids in the stands and in compettion.  Please let your words and actions reflect what we feel is the best about high school sports: sportsmanship, teamwork, and competition.  Please respect the officials and they job they have to do in the contest; please respect the opponeents and their fans as our guests for the contests; please respect our athletes and coaches and the amount of preparation and training they have committed to the game; and respect the other parents who are here to see their children participate in interscholastic athletics.  It's all easy to do under our two mantras: #bebetter and Respect The Game.

Go Warriors!