January 17, 2017
The last of the four day weeks is upon us, so it's back to full work for a while. The Warriors, however, never rest, regardless of the number of days in the weekend. The past weekend was quite busy, and the upcoming week looks to be just as busy.
The varsity girls basketball team downed Madeira on Saturday 40-35 to stake their claim to the top spot in the CHL. The 10-2 Lady Warriors are undefeated in league play and are ranked 4th in Cincinnati Division 2 after defeating Seton on Monday night. The Lady Warriors travel to Taylor on Wednesday at 6 and 7:30 before hosting Indian Hill on Saturday at 12 and 1:30.
The varsity boys basketball team picked up a pair of wins over the weekend with a close game against Reading on Friday, and then a win at Norwood on Saturday. The varsity and JV teams travel to Finneytown on Tuesday at 6 and 7:30, and host Madeira on Friday for Military Appreciation Night at 4:30/6/7:30. The Warriors enter the week 11th in the Enquirer Coaches Poll.
The varsity wrestling team enjoyed the weekend off after defeating Purcell Marian on Thursday and falling to Madeira. The Warriors travel to Ross this Saturday for tournament action.
The Swimming Warriors....wow! What can you say? The Water Warriors competed in the nation's largest high school swimming and diving event, The Southwest Ohio Classic, and simply excelled. The girls team finished 3rd overall, behind Mason and Centerville, and ahead of St. Ursula and Ursuline. There were many great swims, including the relays taking three events, with 400 Medley Relay which missed the Classic record by .7 of a second. Cora Dupre broke multiple pool and school records and set the 4th fastest time in classic history in the 200 free. Lainey Newman, Brooke Woellert, Kate Overby, and Cora set the pace in many events. The girls enter the week at the top of the Enquirer Coaches Poll, as the boys enter the week 4th. The teams host CHCA on Thursday at 4:30 and CCD on Saturday at 4:30 for Senior Day/Night. Please join us!
The Sports Stag, featuring Sean Casey is right around the corner on February 2nd at the 20th Century Theater. Contact Ad Tom Nerl at email@example.com for more informaion.
We hope you'll join us in our goal to #bebetter and Respect The Game at every event that you are at. Remember that theplayers and coaches are giving it their best, and the officials are a vital part of the contest, and deserve yor respect as well. Come out and see our athletes in action. They appreciate your support!
January 01, 2017
Happy New Year to all of our Warriors, Warrior families, and friends. I hope the break over the holidays gave everyone a chance to be with famly and recharge before the semester exams and the second half of the school year. 2016 has certainly been a busy year, and 2017 appears to be just as busy with a number of exciting challenges and possibilites appearing in our grasp. Here's to a great 2017 and an exciting second half of our school year.
The girls basketball team looks to break a two game skid as we return to action. The Lady Warriors will be at Reading on Wednesday at 6 and 7:30, and return home on Saturday with Milford challenging our JV at noon, and Finneytown challenging our varsity at 1:30. The Lady Warriors are currently undefeated in CHL play, and are 5th in the Enquirer Coaches Poll for Division 2. The Lady Warriors will be at Batavia on Wednesday Jan 11th and at Madeira on Saturday January 14 at 12:30 and 2pm.
The varsity boys basketball team was busy over break, defeating Clermont Northeastern and then winning the Patriot Invitational at Tri-Village with wins over Eaton and Dayton Jefferson. The JV boys won 2 of 3 in that same stretch. The boys waste no time in getting back to action as they travel to Wyoming on Tuesday at 4:30,6, and 7:30, and travel to Deer Park on Friday at 6 and 7:30. The boys are tied for 4th in the early going of the CHL with a 1-1 record, and are tied for 9th in the Enquirer Coaches Poll. Their only action for the week of january 9th will be a Friday home game with Reading at 4:30,6,7:30 on the 13th, and then travel to Norwood on Saturday the 14th at 4:30,6, and 7:30.
The Varisity swim teams have been busy with wins over McNicholas and a break meet with Highlands, The swimming and diving teams will challenge Summit in the home waters on Wednesday the 4th at 5:30, and then host their Blue-Gold Meet on on Saturday January 7th. The girls team enters the week ranked #1 in the Enquirer Coaches Poll wghile the boys are unranked at this time.;
The wrestlers have enjoyed an extended breakafter the Blanchester Duals. The squad travels to Columbus this weekend, and then is hoome for a tri match with Madeira and Purcell Marian on January 12 at 7pm.
The 12th Annual Mariemont Sports Stag is quickly approaching on February 2nd with special guest speaker Sean Casey of the MLB Network. Contact AD Tom Nerl for ticket information .
Catch all of the latest news, scores and stats of the Warriors and the Cincinnati Hills League on the CHL website at www.chlsports.com
December 01, 2016
The temperatures have finally taken a dip for the colder, and Christmas is right around the corner. But before the exams and the merriment of the season roll in, we have a lot of things to accomplish! It's not a jam packed December, but it's busy enough. If you haven't purchased a Booster Membership yet to get into the games free, there's still plenty of games left to make sure you get your money's worth. take a stroll to the Booster site to get yours today.
Another fun Meet the team Nite took place this week with all of our winter athletes on hand. Always a fun night to get everyone together and kick off the season. Remember to come out and see a different team in action and appreciate the skills that go into that sport, and the passion of the coaches who lead and teach our athletes.
Girls basketball opened the season with a win over McNicholas on Wednesday. The Lady Warriors host Taylor on Sarturday the 3rd at 11am for a varsity only match, and then travel to Indian Hill to Beat the Braves on the 7th at 6 and 730. They Wyoming Cowboys ride into Mariemont on Saturday the 10th at 530 and 7, and Deere Park visits on the 17th at 12 and 130. Summit Country Day's JV and Beechwood visit oon the 20th, and the Lady Warriors trvel to Badin on the 22nd to wrap up the old year.
The Boys Roundballers open with new Richmond on Saturday at 4,530, and 7, and then host Batavia on the 6th at 430,6,and 730. A trip to Taylor is the agenda on Friday the 9th for all three teams, and then it's a week off before Indian Hill visits for the MercyHealth Tipoff Classic with all three teams in action. The Warriors travel to CNE on the 21st for three games, and on the 27th and 28th, the varsity and JV Warriors travel to TriVillage for their Holiday Classic.
The Swimmers and Divers have a busy month. The Swimmers race Indian Hill and Taylor on the 6th at home, and then host McNicholas on the 21st. The divers host home meets on December 3rd and 17th, along with their coompetitions in the swim meets.
Our wrestlers have a busy month as they compete in the George Williams tournament at Hughes on Dec 3. On the 10th, the Warriors coomnpete in the Oakwood Duals, and on the 16th and 17th, the Blanchester Duals await the Warriors. A lot of competition for the young squad.
The Warriors Sport Stag will be Thursday February 2nd with Sean Casey as the guest speaker at the 20th Century. Contact AD Tom Nerl for details
Come out and see us play! The athletes have been working hard to prepare for the season, and they are fun to watch. Remeber to Respect the Game and to always strive to #bebetter
November 21, 2016
It's a short work week as the winter sporets season prepares to open up. It's a great time to reflect on how fortunate we are in the Mariemont School District. We have a very supportive district and four communities that lend great support to all of our programs, not just athletics. Our communities support our students' plays and musicals, fundraisers, food drives, support events like Kick for the Cure, Volley for ALS, or our USO fundraiser, or Gunnar Nixon's Kicking Hunger campaign at the Madeira football game. I hope you and your family have a very Happy Thanksgiving.
The Fall Sports Awards Night is Monday, November 21st, starting at 6:30 in the MHS Commons.
The High School Winter meet the Team Night will be Tuesday, November 29th, with pizza in the Commons at 6:30, and our Parade of Warriors beginning at 7pm in the main gym.
Girls Basketball is the first season to get underway. The Lady Warriors will host McNicholas on Wednesday, November 30 at 6 and 7:30, and Taylor on Saturday, December 3rd at 12 and 1:30. Come out and see your defending CHL Champs in action.
The Boys cagers open their season on Saturday, December 3rd against the New Richmond Lions at 4, 5:30, and 7pm, and remain home on the 6th as Batavia rolls in for a 4:30, 6, and 7:30 tripleheader.
The wrestlers open their season on December 3rd at Hughes.
And the swim and dive teams open their seasons on December 3rd for the Divers at home at 9am, and the swimmers on December 6th with Indian Hill and Taylor at 5:30.
We hope you'll join us for some games this winter. Be sure to get the Mariemont Warrior Nation app, and to respect the game!
October 16, 2016
It's that great time of the year when most of the regular seasons have wrapped up and we dive into the excitement of the tournaments! The Warriors have been fortunate to have a number of successful seasons and look forward to the start of the tournaments. Here's what we;ve done in the tournaments so far and what we have to look forward to:
Golf finished the sectional tournament in 6th place, 2 spots away from moving on to the District Tournament. Senior Drew Moran capped a great senior season by qualifying for the District Tournament.
The girls tennis teams had a fantastic year year going 17-3 and finishing 3rd in the CHL. The Lady Warriors had a tough draw in the sectional and ended their season after a hard fought, competetive sectional tournament.
The varsity football team is still in the regular season and hoping to securte a playoff spot. The Warriors downed Reading last week 16-13 in a physical contest that saw the Warriors enter the red zone 4 times and leave it with 3 field goals. The Warriors travel to Finneytown Friday at 7pm.
The Volleyball team ended their season in the sectional tournament Saturday at Blanchester as they lost in 4 close games to Norwood.
The Cross Country teams travelled to Taylor on Saturday for the CHL Championships. While the Lady Warriors trailed Wyoming most of the season in the city polls, the Lady Warriors outscored the Cowboys by 3 points to win the CHL Champiolnship. Congratulations to Coach Thomas and the team on a great race. The Boys team finished a great day in second place behind Indian Hill. Congratulations to Coach Dragovich and the team on their race. Coach Valentine and his Junior High Warriors took the gold on both sides, winning the boys and the girls championships. Congratulations to the junior high! The varsity runners run in the district meet Saturday at Voice of America Park in West Chester.
The girls soccer Warriors tied a titanic battle on Thursday night with Madeira 1-1. The tie enabled indian Hill to wrestle away the league championship based on points in the standings, while our Lady Warriors finished 2nd. The Lady Warriors open tournament play Saturday night in Kusel Stadium agains the winner of the taylor/CNE game at 7pm. Since this is an OHSAA tournament game, booster passes and senior discounts are not accepted.
The boys soccer team captured its 3rd CHL title in 4 years with an excitinig win over Madeira Monday night. The Warriors open tournament play Monday against Mt. Healthy in Kusel Stadium at 7pm. With a win, the top ranked Warriors will host MacNicholas Thursday at 7pm to avenge an earlier regular season loss. Since this an OHSAA tournament game, booster passes and senior discounts are not accepted.
Congratulations to the 7th grade Junior High Volleyball team for winning their bracket of the CHL post season tournament!
The junior high soccer teams open their post season tournaments this week. Girls are in Kusel Stadium Monday at 430 vs Clark, and the boys travel to Princeton on Tuesday at 715 vs CHCA.
Come on out and catch the exciting Warriors in action. See you at the game!