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April 18 Report

April 18, 2017

 The spring season seems to be hurrying past us as we hopefully gain some good spring weather to get our games in.  There's a lot of good news to share as we start down the homestretch of the school year.

The track teams are at Finneytown on Tuesday and Anderson on Thursday and Friday.  Congratulations to senior Carson Fields, who broker her mom's 100m dash record last week at New Richmond.

The varsity baseball and softball teams completed their season sweeps of Indian Hill Monday.  The varsity baseball team heads to CNE on Tuesday before hosting Reading on Wednesday and traveling to Madeira on Thursday.  On Friday, the Mariemont nine travel to Keonig park to rumble with Reading.  The JV baseball team will host CNE on Tuesday, travel to Reading on Wednesday, host Madeira on Thursday, and Reading on Friday.  

The softball Warriors travel to Winton Woods on Tuesday, host Reading at Stanton on Wednesday, travel to Madeira on Thursday, and travel to Reading's Koenig Park on Friday.

The tennis team hosts Amelia on Tuesday, and then travel to McNick at Lunken Airport on Wednesday, to CHCA on Thursday, and host Clark on Friday.

The girls lacrosse Warriors face a big week this week with a triop to Indian Hill on Tuesday, and host Seton on Saturday at 4 and 530.  The Lady Warriors travel to Turpin on Monday at 530 and 7pm.

The boys lacrosse Warriors continue their season with a big match against Indian Hill at Indian Hill on Wednesday at 5 and 7pm, and then host Milford for a GForce game on Saturday at 11am and 1pm.  Everyone is encouraged to wear your GForce gear and Milford has graciously supported this cause.  We hope you can make the game. 

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April 12th-Here Comes the Sun!

April 12, 2017

 The varsity track teams indured a gray day and cooler temps yesterday to advance to the finals of the New Richmond Invitational today.  The Runnin' Warriors compete at Finneytown on Tuesday, and Anderson next Thursday and Friday.

The boys lacrosse Warriors have picked up after break where they left off, with wins over McNick, Mason, and Elder.  The Warriors travel to Wyoming on Saturday at 11 and 1pm, and finish their game with St. Xavier on Monday at 6pm at St. Xavier.

The girls lacrosse teams are playiung exciting lacrosse as well.  An exciting 12-11 win over Kilbourne Saturday highlighted a 7-1 run in the second half of that game.  The ladies defeated Summit on Tuesday 17-14, and travel to Sycamore on Thursday at 6 and 7:30.  The Lady Warriors travel to Indian Hill for the Backyard Brawl on Tuesday at 530 and 7.

The baseball and softball teams continue to dodge the rain drops and try to get on a run of games.  Both the varsity baseball and softball team travel to Indian Hill today, and host the Braves on Monday.  The softball Warriors travel to Winton Woods on Tuesday.  Both baseball and softball host Reading on Wednesday, and both squads travel to Madeira on Thursday.

The tennis team continues to improve and look like they'll get some games in here in the next week.  The Warriors play Fenwick today (VH/JVA) and Indian Hill on Thursday (VH/JVA).  On Monday, the varsity travels to Wyoming as they JV battle the Cowboys at home, and on Tuesday, it's Amelia VH/JVA)

Remember to respect the game and to lead the way when we strive to #bebetter 

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April 1- And Away We Go!

March 31, 2017

 Spring break has passed and once again we begin the spring sports season!  The last time we checked in, the boys lacrosse team notched a couple of wins over lakota East and Fenwick, as the girls fell to Mt. Notre Dame in a strong second half by the Cougars.  Now, all of our Warrior teams are in season, and this is what we have this week:

Boys Lacrosse travels to mcNicholas on Saturday the 1st at 11am and 1pm.  Both teams stay in the GCL on Wednesday and travel to St. Xavier at 530 and 730, before returning home on Friday to host the Mason Comets at 530 and 730.  The teams return to the road and the GCL on Saturday with 3 and 5pm games at Elder's Pit.

The Lady Warrior Laxers host Springboro on Tuesday at 6 and 730, and travel to Clark Montessori for a JV game on Thursday at 430.  On Saturday, the Varsity battles Worthington Kilbourne at Indian Hill at 10:30am,

The varsity baseball team returns from its trip to Myrtle Beach to open CHL play right away.  The Warriors host Finneytown on Monday, travel to Finneytown on Wednesday, return home for Withrow on Thursday, and travel to Madeira on Friday.  The JV harballers travel to Finneytown on Monday, host the Wildcats on Wednesday and the Madeira Mustangs on Friday.  Hom,e games are at Mariemont Junior High.

The fastpitch Lady Warriors open the season this week.  They host Finneytown at Stanton Field on Monday, travel to Finneytown on Wednesday, travel to New Richmond on Thursday, and travel to Madeir on Friday.

The track and field Warriors open the season at Madeira on Tuesday and Wednesday.

The varsity tennis Warriors travel to Talawanda on Monday and Winton Woods on Wednesday, and to Seven Hills on Thursday before hosting New Richmond on Friday.  The JV raquetment host Talawanda on Oonday, Seven hills on Thursday, and New Richmond on Friday.

We hope you can catch us in action this week!  Be sure to check in on the app and be a part of Warrior Nation!  Remember to Respect the Game, the contestants, officials and to strive to always #bebetter.

 

 

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March 13

March 12, 2017

 It's a busy week here at 1 Warrior Way as we wrap up one sports season and kick off a new one!  The Mariemont High School Winter Sports Awards will be Monday evening with snacks and refgreshments at 6:30 in the Commons and the awards ceremony beginning at 7pm in the gym.  One last night for our teams to be together for the season and celebrate all of our accomplishments.

We kick off the new season on Wednesday with our Meet the Team Night for Sprinmg Sports.  Pizza and drinks will be availalbe in the Commons at 6:30, and then at 7pm, we have our Parade of Warriors in the gym.  It';s the one night of the year when we have all of our teams in uniform together.  We hope you, your family, and friends can join us to kick the season off together.  Thanks to our Athletic Boosters for sponsoring both of these great events.

For girls interested in playing high school volleyball next year (girls in grades 8-11), we'll have a brief meeting after school on Tuesday in C-20 to meet our new head coach.  Parents will have the same,opportunity on Thursday at 7pm in C-20.

Last call for students who want to sign up for lifeguart training at MHS. The cost is $325, and information is available on the front counter.  There is also a renewal for certification on Sunday evening, March 19 at 7pm.  Information ison the front counter.

Spring sports pictures for the high school and the junior high will be on Wednesday March 22, after school.  In the stadium if weather permits.  In the gym if it doesn't.  Information should be coming home with your athletes.

Be sure to come out and support our students in the Musical Brigadoon this weekend.  Performances are Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, and tickets are available at www.mariemontschools.org   Our students always do a great job with the musical. I hope you'll join us in support of their long preparation for this production.

Boys Lax opens the season at lakota East on March 20 at 6 and 8pm, and then open the home portion of the schedule on March 22 vs Fenwick at 530 and 730.

The Lady Warriors Lax team opens the season at home with Mt Notre Dame on March 21 at 530 and 7pm.

The Fastpitch Warriors have a scrimmage with Purcell marian at home on march 21 at Stanton Field at 43o.

And the Warriors baseball teams have scrimmages on March 20 with new Richmond (Varsity away, JV Home), and Withrow on March 22 (Varsity away, JV home) starting at 430.  The diamondmen will open the season in Myrtle Beach over spring break on March 26,27,28.

Finally, thanks to everyone who helped make the 2017 FAB Affair at Great American Ballpark a fun-filled evening and a successful evening for our Foundation, Arts, and Boosters.  This event helps support these three groups whose support is essential to our programs at the high school and junior high school as the cost of these programs continue to increase.  Ticket sales can only cover so much, so the support of these groups helps us to continue to support the students and their interests.  If you missed this year's event, hopefully you can join us next year for the FAB, the Boosters Golf Outing, or the Dad's Stag.  For everyone who helped in any way, sales, preparation, decoration, planning,set up...THANK YOU VERY MUCH!

Thanks for your support of Warrior Athletics!  Go Warriors and #bebetter

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March 6

March 06, 2017

 Spring sports are now officially under way with tennis and track beginning today, and true to form, the nice, sunny weather we enjoyed late last week and over the weekend has turned in to a dreary, grey mess.  But, spring is right around the corner and with that will be the games!

Congratulations to the Lady Warriors Basketball team who concluded their season last week with a 22-4 record, their second consecutive CHL Championship, a 28 game CHL winning streak, a sectional championship and a district runner up.

Congratulations to Riley Gullino who won two matches at the District Championship after finishing 3rd in the CHL and 3rd in the sectional championships.

Coming up, we have the winter sports awards night on Monday, March 13, beginning with snacks and drinks at 6:30 in the MHS Commons.  We'll move to the gym for our larger presentation at 7pm.

Spring Sports Meet the Team Night will be Wednesday, March 15th.  We'll have pizza and refreshments at 6:30 in the MHS Commons, and at 7pm, we'll meet all the members of the Spring teams in the Gymnasium.  It's always a great night to see all of our athletes in one place at the same time.

Spring sports pictures take place after school on March 22.  Look for order forms from your athlete's coach.

Finally, spring break begins on Friday, March 24th, and the whole school pretty much shuts down for the week.  Before that happens, however, we'll have the following sports in action:

Boys Lacrosse: at Lakota east on March 20 at 6 and 8pm, and home with Fenwick on March 22 at 5:30 and 7:30.

Girls lacrosse opens the season with Mt. Notre Dame on March 21 at 5:30 and 7.

The baseball team battles new Richmond on March 20 (V-H,JV-A), and Withrow on Wednesday (V-A,JV-H) in preseason action, before beginning the season at the Ripken Complex in Myrtle beach SC.

The softball team scrimmages Purcell Marian on March 21 at Stanton Field in Terrace Park.

Thanks for your support of our athletes and coaches!  Help us to #bebetter and to Respect the Game.

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