Max Kadish in the Enquirer

We already noted Max Kadish getting his 100th career hit but on page 2 of the Sports section today the Enquirer has the story plus a picture of Max.  If you want to see him in color, go here.

Wyoming Summer Sports Camp - Soccer

The Wyoming Summer Sports Camp for soccer is coming up - June 13-17.  PDF here.


Spring Sports Awards

Reminder - the Spring Sports Awards are tomorrow (Tuesday) night at Pendery Center at 7 PM.


Gabby's Student Athletes of the Week

Gustav Plattenburg- one half of the Wyoming boys' tennis doubles team, partnered with Mason Bourbon and took third place in the Division II state doubles tournament.

Emily Stites - qualified for two events at the state track meet next weekend with a 2nd place finish in the 1600 meters and a fourth place finish in the 3200 at the Regional Track Meet held at Dayton's Welcome Stadium this past weekend.

Wyoming Summer Sports Camp - Football

The Wyoming Summer Sports Camp for football is coming up - June 13-17. PDF here - see page 5 for information and page 9 for registration form.

Bourbon/Plattenburg third in state

The Wyoming boys' tennis doubles team of Mason Bourbon and Gustav Plattenburg took third place in the Division II state doubles tournament.

After losing their semifinal match, they came back to defeat Jackson and Wyatt Heinz of Bellbrook 6-1, 6-4 to take 3rd place.

Full bracket here.

Boys' track Regional wrap-up

Andrew Goetzen led the boys' track team with a ninth place finish at this weekend's Regional Track Meet at Dayton's Welcome Stadium. 

Wyoming results below:

Event 2 Boys 4x800 Meter Relay
11 Cin. Wyoming 8:41.26 8:39.61
1) Clifford Ngong 11 2) Andrew Tomanko 11
3) Seth Gold 11 4) Andrew Goertzen 12

Event 6 Boys 100 Meter Dash
15 Jaleel Allen 11 Cin. Wyoming 11.40 12.09 -2.5 2

Event 18 Boys 800 Meter Run
9 Andrew Goertzen 12 Cin. Wyoming 2:01.01 2:02.13

Event 26 Boys Discus Throw
11 Nick Burns 12 Cin. Wyoming 143-05 129-05

Full meet results here.

Emily Stites qualifies for state in 1600, 3200

Emily Stites qualified for two events at the state track meet next weekend with a 2nd place finish in the 1600 meters and a fourth place finish in the 3200 at the Regional Track Meet held at Dayton's Welcome Stadium this past weekend.

Wyoming athletes at the Regional Track meet:
Event 1 Girls 4x800 Meter Relay
13 Cin. Wyoming 10:19.83 10:31.20
1) Emily Stites 11 2) Sammie Schwartz 10
3) Amelia Irvine 10 4) Mariah Akinbi 12

Event 3 Girls 100 Meter Hurdles 33"
10 Kayla Livingston 10 Cin. Wyoming 16.39 16.81 -2.4 2

Event 9 Girls 1600 Meter Run
2 Emily Stites 11 Cin. Wyoming 5:07.24 5:13.68 8

Event 11 Girls 4x100 Meter Relay
10 Cin. Wyoming 52.11 52.09 1
1) Nikki McKee 12 2) Michelle Jolson 11
3) Allanah Jackson 11 4) Mariah Akinbi 12

Event 21 Girls 3200 Meter Run
4 Emily Stites 11 Cin. Wyoming 11:36.18 11:17.04 5

Event 29 Girls Long Jump
8 Cynthia Reinecke 10 Cin. Wyoming 16-07.75 16-07.00 1.3 1

Team results:
1) Col. Bish. Hartley 82 2) Day. Chaminade-Julienne 65
3) Kettering Arch. Alter 36.25 4) Cin. Arc. McNicholas 35
5) Granville 27 6) Col. Eastmoor Academy 25
6) Day. Stivers 25 8) Day. Dunbar 22
8) Heath 22 8) Urbana 22
11) Day. Oakwood 19.50 12) Bexley 19
13) Cin. Indian Hill 17 14) Eaton 16
14) Day. Thurgood Marshall 16 16) Col. School for Girls 15
17) Cin. Wyoming 14 18) Germantown Valley View 12.50
19) Caledonia River Valley 12 20) Bethel-Tate 11
21) Delaware Buckeye Valley 10 21) Carroll Bloom-Carroll 10
21) Col. Bish. Ready 10 21) Cin. Taft 10
25) Mid. Bish. Fenwick 9 26) Pl. City Jonathan Alder 8.25
27) London 8 27) Cin. Shroder 8
29) Norwood 6 29) Spring. Greenon 6
29) Johnstown Northridge 6 32) New Richmond 5.25
33) Spr. Northwestern 5 33) Cin. Madeira 5
33) Newark Licking Valley 5 33) Belle. Ben. Logan 5
37) Marion Elgin 4 38) Johnstown-Monroe 3.25
39) Lewistown Indian Lake 3 39) Sparta Highland 3
39) St. Paris Graham Local 3 39) Carlisle 3
43) Middletown Madison 2.50 43) Spr. Northeastern 2.50
45) W. Milton Milton-Union 2 45) Bellbrook 2
45) Pataskala Licking Hts. 2 45) Clark. Clinton-Massie 2
49) Cin. Clark Montessori 1

Full results here.

Boys' tennis ranked 8th in state in final poll

The boys' tennis team is ranked 8th in the state in Division II in the final Ohio Tennis Coaches' Association poll of the year.

This marks the third straight year the Cowboys have been ranked in the top 10 (2010 - 8th, 2009 - 2nd).

Full listings here.


Bourbon/Plattenburg advance to state final four

The Wyoming boys' tennis doubles team of Mason Bourbon and Gustav Plattenburg advanced through two rounds of the state tournament on Friday to make it to the semifinals.

Enquirer state tennis coverage here.
Wyoming's team of Bourbon and Plattenburg edged Gates Mills Hawken's Dan Lubarsky and Sid Ahuja 6-3, 7-6 (7-5) in their opener and beat Dayton Oakwood's Ben Williamson and Matt Harlan 6-1, 7-6 in a quarterfinal.
They will play Lima Central Catholic's John Kidd and Alex Swick in a semifinal.
"I kind of knew we could do it," Bourbon said. "We're pretty excited about it."
State bracket here.

UPDATE: Mason and Gustav lost their semi-final match to John Kidd and Alex Swick from Lima Central Catholic 6-1, 6-4.  They will play Jackson and Wyatt Heinz from Bellbrook for 3rd place.

Kadish gets 100th hit

Varsity Baseball Head Coach Chris Fiehrer has informed the Roundup that junior Max "Dish" Kadish collected his 100th career hit vs. Madeira on Monday.

Congrats to Max.

Wyoming shortstop has 100th hit


Vote for Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year

If you haven't already done so, please vote for the Community Press and Community Recorder Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year.

Nominated for Sportsman of the year are AJ Burt, Nick Burns, Tony Davis, Joe Panos and some kids from Princeton who I'm sure are nice young men but can't hold a candle to AJ, Nick, Tony or Joe.

For Sporswoman of the Year Emily Fraik, Nikki McKee, Celia Oberholzer and two young ladies from Princeton are nominated.  I don't think it's asking too much for our young ladies to finish 1-2-3.

Information here.

Tri-County Press 5-25-11

This week's TCP here.

Coverage includes track & field, boys' tennis, and girls' lacrosse.

Also, there's an article  on page A2 about Marlon Styles leaving to become principal at Mt. Healthy.


Reminder - Athletic Physicals Available June 4th

Athletic physicals for students entering grades 7-12 will be available at Wyoming High School on Saturday June 4th, 2011 from 10am-12pm.

The cost of the physical will be $15.00 with the proceeds going to the Wyoming Athletics/Sports Medicine Fund. No insurance is needed and will not be accepted.

You can download the OHSAA physical form at the link below. This is ONLY form that is acceptable for physicals to allow participation in interscholastic athletics at Wyoming High School and Wyoming Middle School.


If you have any questions contact James Muncy via email at jbmuncy@hotmail.com or contact the Wyoming High School athletic office. Students must have a new physical to participate in athletics for the 2011-2012 school year!!

Joe Panos in All-Star game, Baseball stats update

Two baseball notes:

1 - Joe Panos will be playing in the East/West All Star Game on June 5th at Prasco Park in Mason.  There will be a double-header starting at 1 PM.  Coach Fiehrer reports that it's a beautiful place to watch a game so head on out and support Joe.

2 - I shortchanged some guys in my season-wrapping post (since corrected).  I posted stats as year end but the Madeira game was not included.  Therefore Max Kadish's league-leading batting average was not the tepid .500 I reported, but a blistering .514.  Plus the correct RBI totals for Max and Adam Crider are 33 and 30 respectively.  Links to all the stats are in the original post linked above.

Wyoming Girls' Basketball Summer Camp

Please see the information below about the Wyoming Girls' Basketball Summer Camp to be held June 20-22.  Click on the document for a full size version.

Contact Travis Glendenning for more information:


Softball loses to Deer Park

The softball team lost to Deer Park yesterday 9-1.

Clara Rodrigue went 2-3 with a double to lead the offense.

This concludes the season.  The team ended up 9-7, 9-5 in the CHL.  League standings here.  Game by game results here.

As for individual leaders, Lillian Krekeler was eighth in the league in batting average at .447.

Gabby Potvin was fifth with nine wins and also fifth with 73 strikeouts.

CHL individual stats leaders here.  Wyoming individual stats here.

Baseball loses to Madeira

The baseball team lost to Madeira yesterday afternoon 11-9.

Max Kadish was the offensive leader, going 3-4 with a double.  We had a trio of hitters go 2-4: Joe Panos, Robert Gomez and Chris Campbell, whose hits included a home run.

This concludes the season.  The team ended 10-13 on the season, 6-7 in the CHL.  CHL team standings here. Wyoming game by game results here.

Individually, Max led the league in batting average, at .514.  Joe was fourth at .492.

Adam Crider was third in home runs with five.

Max was second in RBI's with 33; Adam third with 30.

League individual stats leaders here.

Full Wyoming individual stats here.

Powder Puff Results

 The PowderPuff football game was played on Saturday.

The game pitted the combined sophomore/junior team against the freshmen.

In the end the sophomores/juniors pulled out the win.

All photos by Peter Levick.  His gallery here.


Bourbon-Plattenburg take 2nd at Districts

The Wyoming doubles team of Mason Bourbon and Gustav Plattenburg took second place at the Division II district tournament which wrapped up Saturday at Mason.

In the semifinals, they defeated Cohen-Soonthornsawad (Seven Hills) 6-2, 6-4

In the finals Heinz-Heinz (Bellbrook) got the better of them, 6-2, 6-3.

Mason and Gus advance to the state tournament starting Friday at Hilliard-Davidson.

Girls' track finishes 3rd at Districts, Stites wins 1600 & 3200, Reinecke Long Jump

The girls' track team finished 3rd at the Division II District Track Meet held at New Richmond last week.

Emily Stites led the Cowboys by taking first in both the 1600 and 3200.  Cynthia Reinecke also took a first, in the long jump.

Also advancing to Regionals with second place finishes are the 4 x 800 team of Emily, Amelia Irvine, Sammie Schwartz and Noel DeMott, and Kayla Livingston in the 100 Hurdles.
Advancing with fourth place finishes are the 4x100 team of Cynthia, Nikki McKee, Maya Jawwaad and Michelle Jolson, and Alex Jordan in the Discuss.

Full team standings:
1) Cin. Arc. McNicholas 148
2) Cin. Indian Hill 88
3) Cin. Wyoming 85
4) New Richmond 56
5) Bethel-Tate 54
6) Cin. Finneytown 41
7) Cin. Shroder 40
8) Cin. Clark Montessori 37
9) Cin. North College Hill 19
9) Norwood 19  
11) Cin. Taft 18
12) North Bend Taylor 17
13) Cin. Madeira 15
14) St. Bernard Roger Bacon 13.50
15) Goshen 10
16) Cin. Mariemont 2.50

Wyoming points scorers:

Event 1  Girls 4x800 Meter Relay Division II
  2 Cin. Wyoming                                       10:19.83    8  
     1) 323 Emily Stites 11             2) 316 Amelia Irvine 10          
     3) 308 Sammie Schwartz 10          4) 326 Noel DeMott 11            

Event 3  Girls 100 Meter Hurdles Division II
  2   313 Kayla Livingston    10 Cin. Wyoming             16.39    8  

Event 5  Girls 100 Meter Dash Division II
  7   330 Michelle Jolson     11 Cin. Wyoming             13.22    2  

Event 7  Girls 4x200 Meter Relay Division II
  5 Cin. Wyoming                                        1:50.38    4  
     1) 306 Mariah Akinbi 12            2) 312 Allanah Jackson 11        
     3) 313 Kayla Livingston 10         4) 301 Betthany Gorby 12         

Event 9  Girls 1600 Meter Run Division II
  1   323 Emily Stites        11 Cin. Wyoming           5:07.24   10  
  8   316 Amelia Irvine       10 Cin. Wyoming           5:46.24    1  

Event 11  Girls 4x100 Meter Relay Division II
  4 Cin. Wyoming                                          52.11    5  
     1) 302 Cynthia Reinecke 10         2) 331 Nikki McKee 12            
     3) 333 Maya Jawwaad 10             4) 330 Michelle Jolson 11        

Event 13  Girls 400 Meter Dash Division II
  5   330 Michelle Jolson     11 Cin. Wyoming             61.68    4  

Event 17  Girls 800 Meter Run Division II
  7   308 Sammie Schwartz     10 Cin. Wyoming           2:37.50    2  

Event 21  Girls 3200 Meter Run Division II
  1   323 Emily Stites        11 Cin. Wyoming          11:36.18   10  
  5   326 Noel DeMott         11 Cin. Wyoming          13:00.83    4

Event 23  Girls 4x400 Meter Relay Division II
  5 Cin. Wyoming                                        4:17.36    4  
     1) 308 Sammie Schwartz 10          2) 306 Mariah Akinbi 12          
     3) 312 Allanah Jackson 11          4) 330 Michelle Jolson 11        

Event 25  Girls Discus Throw Division II
  4   349 Alex Jordan         12 Cin. Wyoming             81-09    4  
  6   341 Alex Mehringer      10 Cin. Wyoming             74-10    2  

Event 29  Girls Long Jump Division II
  1   302 Cynthia Reinecke    10 Cin. Wyoming          16-07.75   10  
  6   313 Kayla Livingston    10 Cin. Wyoming          14-09.00   3  

Event 31  Girls Shot Put Division II
  5   342 Shawnece Warren     10 Cin. Wyoming          28-06.25    4

Full results here.

Boys' track finishes 7th at Districts

The boys' track team finished 7th at the District Track Meet held at New Richmond last week.

Advancing to the Regional meet are Andrew Goertzen with a second place finish in the 800, Nick Burns, also with a second, in the discuss, Jaleel Allen with a third place finish in the 100, Nicholas Weeg with a fourth in the discuss, and the 4x800 team of Andrew, Seth Gold, Andrew Tomanko and Remington Pool with a fourth place finish.

Final team standings:

1) Cin. Finneytown 74
2) New Richmond 63.50
3) Bethel-Tate 59.50
4) Cin. Shroder 58
5) Cin. North College Hill 55
6) Cin. Mariemont 53
7) Cin. Wyoming 50
8) Goshen 45
9) Cin. Indian Hill 42
10) St. Bernard Roger Bacon 35
11) Batavia Clermont NE 23
12) Cin. Arc. McNicholas 20
13) Ripley-Union-Lew.-Hunt. 18
14) Cin. Madeira 16
15) Reading 11
16) Cin. Purcell Marian9  
16) Batavia 9
18) Norwood 8.50
19) North Bend Taylor 6.50                                       

Cowboys Scoring points:

Event 2  Boys 4x800 Meter Relay Division II
  4 Cin. Wyoming                                        8:41.26    5  
     1) 367 Andrew Goertzen 12  2) 358 Seth Gold 11              
     3) 381 Andrew Tomanko 11  4) 362 Remington Pool 9          

Event 6  Boys 100 Meter Dash Division II
  3   388 Jaleel Allen        11 Cin. Wyoming             11.40    6
  5   307 Jalen Fox            9 Cin. Wyoming             11.48    4

Event 10  Boys 1600 Meter Run Division II
  6   381 Andrew Tomanko      11 Cin. Wyoming           4:51.57    3  

Event 16  Boys 300 Meter Hurdles Division II
  5   391 Dan Zimmerman       10 Cin. Wyoming             44.67    4  

Event 18  Boys 800 Meter Run Division II
  2   367 Andrew Goertzen     12 Cin. Wyoming           2:01.01    8  
  5   363 Clifford Ngong      11 Cin. Wyoming           2:03.55    4

Event 22  Boys 3200 Meter Run Division II
  5   358 Seth Gold           11 Cin. Wyoming          10:34.31    4  
 11   360 Ian Goertzen         9 Cin. Wyoming          11:28.45 

Event 26  Boys Discus Throw Division II
  2   398 Nick Burns          12 Cin. Wyoming            143-05    8  
  4   383 Nicholas Weeg       12 Cin. Wyoming            126-04    4

Full results here.


Baseball game vs. Madeira rescheduled

The long and oft-delayed varsity baseball game against Madeira has been rescheduled for Monday at 4:30 at Sellman Park.

Boys' lax loses to Summit

The boys' lacrosse team lost at Summit last night 18-2.

Goalie Michael Sagan had 14 saves on the night.

Austin Hughes had one goal and one assist for the Cowboys, while Travis Courtney scored the other goal and Tyler Cornelius assisted on Austin's goal.

LBC leaders were Andrew Tamanko with six, Travis with four and Austin with four.

Dominic Vamosi  was 4/7 on faceoffs.


Girls' lax loses to Indian Hill

The girls' lacrosse team lost at Indian Hill last night 21-8.

Scoring two goals each for the Cowboys were Claire Crawford, Carly Levick, and Laura Cress.

Adding one goal each were Marta Stewart and Mary Tess Irvine.

Photo gallery here.

Bourbon/Plattenburg advance to District semi-finals, qualifying them for state

At the Division II District Tennis Tournament at Mason yesterday afternoon, the Wyoming doubles team of Mason Bourbon and Gustav Plattenburg defeated Jacob Abshear/Jacob Glass (Kenton Ridge), 6-2, 6-0 in the first round. 

In the second round, they beat Aaron Pruitt/Matt Carpenter (Oakwood), 6-1, 6-7, 6-3, thus qualifying for the semifinals.  All semifinalists advance to state tournament at Hilliard Davidson next week.

Their semifinal match is Saturday at 10 a.m. at Mason against Joe Soonthornsawad/ Mat Cohen from Seven Hills.

Bourbon and 'Goose' on the loose for Wyoming

Two better than one for Wyoming

Girls' track fourth at Districts after six events

Standings at the Girls' track and field Division II district meet at New Richmond through six events.  The top four advance to regionals.

Team scores: 1. McNicholas 58, 2. Bethel-Tate 33, 3. New Richmond 31, 4. Wyoming 31, 5. Norwood 19, 6. Indian Hill 14, 7. Goshen 10, 8. North College Hill 8, 8. Taylor 8, 10. Madeira 7, 11. Finneytown 6, 12. Roger Bacon 4.50, 13. Mariemont 2.50, 14. Clark 2.

Notable Wyoming finishes:
Long Jump -1. Cynthia Reinecke (Wyoming) 16-07.75, 2. Grubb (Norwood) 16-00, 3. Vasilakis (Finneytown) 15-01.50, 4. Schaefer (McNicholas) 14-11;
4x800M Relay -1. McNicholas 9:45.05, 2. Wyoming 10:19.83; 3. New Richmond 10:25.65; 4. Bethel-Tate 10:54.08;

Boys' track fifth through six evens at Districts

Boys' track and field standing at the Division II district meet at New Richmond through six events.  The top four advance to regionals.

Team scores: 1. Finneytown 29, 2. Bethel-Tate 23.50, 3. Goshen 22, 4. New Richmond 19.50, 5. Wyoming 17, 6. Shroder 15, 6. Indian Hill 15, 8. Roger Bacon 13, 8. Riple 13, 10. North College Hill 12, 11. Reading 11, 12. McNicholas 9, 12. Purcell Marian 9, 14. Norwood 8.50, 15. Taylor 6.50, 16. Mariemont 6, 17. Clermont Northeastern 3, 18. Madeira 2.

Notable Wyoming finishes:
4x800M Relay -1. Indian Hill 8:24.13, 2. New Richmond 8:31.58, 3. Mariemont 8:39.11, 4. Wyoming 8:41.26
Discus -1. Clark (Finneytown) 161-03, 2. Nick Burns (Wyoming) 143-05, 3. Pattel (Purcell Marian) 136-09, 4. Kessel (Ripley) 126-04

The meet continues tomorrow.

Voting for Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year begins today

Voting for the Community Press and Community Recorder Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year begins today.

See article here for details and instructions on how to vote.

Powder Puff games tomorrow

Powder Puff Games
Saturday, May 21st
games begin at 4:00 p.m.

1st game: Freshmen vs Juniors 4:00 p.m.
2nd game: Sophomores vs Seniors 5:15 p.m.
Championship Game: 6:30-7:30 p.m.
$5 adults
$3 students
$1 children ages 2 - 4
Under 2 and Senior Citizens - Free

Gate admissions will benefit the Wyoming Youth Services Bureau.


Boys' lax stings Seven Hills in first round playoff game

The boys' lacrosse team opened its playoff run last night with a 15-6 home win over Seven Hills last night.

Newly minted Air Force ROTC cadet-to-be Michael Sagan was in goal for the Cowboys and registered 18 saves.

Providing the O were Austin Hughes with 4 goals and 3 assists, Tyler Cornelius with 3 goals and 4 assists, Nick Kamphaus with 2 goals and 2 assists, Sam Meyers with 2 goals and 1 assist, Travis Courtney with 2 goals, Harrison Wood with 1 goal and Griffin O'Gara with 1 goal.

LBC leaders were Harrison (5), Austin (5), Conner Hughes (4) and Tyler (4).

Harrison, Tyler and Conner each had two defensive takeways.

Next up: At Summit on Friday night at 6:30

Photo gallery here.


Softball vs. Deer Park rescheduled

Tomorrow's varsity softball game at Deer Park has been rescheduled to Monday, May 23rd, still at Deer Park.

Baseball tomorrow at Madeira to be rescheduled

Tomorrow's varsity baseball game at Madeira has been postponed.  It will be rescheduled for Saturday or Monday depending on the outcome of Madeira's tournament game.

Baseball at Indian Hill cancelled for today

Today's varsity baseball game at Indian Hill is cancelled.  It will not be rescheduled.

Wyoming Summer Sports Camps

Summer is fast approaching.  Don't forget to sign up for Wyoming Summer Sports Camps.


Mikey Gonzalez qualifies for Ohio Junior National Greco Wrestling team

This past Saturday junior Mikey Gonzalez qualified for the Ohio Junior National Greco wrestling team at 145 pounds.

He is scheduled to compete in July. He will leave on July 9/10 to begin practicing and will go to Fargo on July 17.

Along the way to competing he will make a variety of stops to prepare (along with the Ohio National Team).

For more info, go here.  Click on "Junior Greco" to see team.

Sectional Track Meet

The Sectional Track meet will be run today, Thursday and Saturday at New Richmond.

Softball game postponed

Tomorrow's varsity softball game at Deer Park is rescheduled for Thursday the 19th.

Baseball game today vs. Indian Hill postponed

Today's varsity baseball game vs. Indian Hill is postponed until Wednesday

Baseball game vs. Madeira rescheduled

The Varsity Baseball game vs. Madiera has been rescheduled for Thursday at 4:30 at Sellman Park (behind the Middle School).

JV Tennis Update

Received this from Boys' JV Tennis Coach Tony Gentry:
We finished the regular season 4-4 and had several matches cancelled that will not be made up. Saturday and Monday we played in the GCTCA tournament at Princeton and Mason. Participants were Alex Mangas, Niki Plattenburg, Michael Montgomery, Alex Pavelka, Max Wiethe, Stefan Webb, Alex Gieske and Sam Harkavy. Alex Mangas, playing 1st singles, was the champion of the back draw (loser's bracket). It was a great and valiant effort from everyone especially competing against premier programs such as Seven Hills, Mason A and B, St. X, Sycamore and Elder.

Boys' lacrosse defeats St. X + PLAYOFF TIME CHANGE

The boys' lacrosse team went to St. X last night and defeated the Bombers 13-8

Goalie Michael Sagan had 14 saves for the Cowboys.

The St. X goalie could not have known where the next shot was coming from as seven Cowboys scored, including Travis Courtney, hours after having his cast removed and thus coming off the DL.

Tyler Cornelius had 4 goals, 3 assists, Nick Kamphaus 3 goals, 1 assist, Travis 2 goals, Griffin O'Gara 1 goal, 1 assist, Sam Meyers 1 goal, 1 assist, David Zanoni 1 goal, 2 assists and Andrew Tamanko 1 goal, 1 assist.

Leaders in LBC were Andrew and Tyler with six each.

Next up: at home Wednesday night - tourney game vs. Seven Hills at 8:00 - MOVED BACK FROM 7:30!


Girls' lacrosse update

The girls' first round lacrosse playoff game is this Thursday the 19th at Indian Hill at 6 PM.

To get pscyhed up, Rob Edwards' pictures from the May 11th McAuley game are here.

Wyoming Students win 3rd Annual Cardboard Canoe Regatta

The Wyoming High School Introduction to Engineering class competed in the 3rd Annual Cardboard Canoe Regatta against Milford High School on Friday, May 13th.

Wyoming paddled its way to victory by winning 11 out of 16 heats.

Students showed off their buoyancy skills by designing and building two person boats. Construction materials consisted of only cardboard and duct tape. Each boat race was the length of the pool and back.

Wyoming dominated with speed, owning the 6 fastest times with top three of 45.5, 46 and 48 seconds.

The forty students who participated extend thanks to:

Wyoming HS teachers Mr. Fitzgerald, Mr. Dewitt and Mr. Felzcan for their leadership and instruction which paid off in the victory.

Upper classman Phillip Schuholz, Marcus Finney and Evan Handler.

Steve Schuholz and Leo Gallick to providing boat transportation.

Baseball cancelled

Today's varsity baseball game at Madeira is cancelled. No make-up date has been set.


Boys' lacrosse playoffs

Boys' lacrosse playoffs:

Wednesday, May 18th vs. Seven Hills at home at 7:30.

If they win:
Friday, May 20th at Summit at 6:30.

Middle School Girls Second, Boys First in CHL Track Meet

The Middle School girls' track team took second place at the recent CHL Track Meet.

The boys' team was tied for first going into the final event, the 4x400.  They won the event and the championship.

Wyoming results:

100 Meter Hurdles
Vera Bostwick - 6th place

100 Meter Dash
Ashli O'Neal - 2nd place
Selina Searcy - 6th place

1600 Meter Run
Katie Spray - 3rd place
Emily Wood - 4th place

400 Meter Dash
Gabby Morris - 5th place
Maddie Bahr - 6th place

200 Meter Hurdles
Danielle McKee - 1st place

800 Meter Run
Katie Spray - 3rd place
Emily Wood - 5th place

200 Meter Dash
Ashli O'Neal - 2nd place
Gabby Morris - 6th place

4x100 Relay
Selina Searcy, Deseree Griffey, Danielle McKee and Ashli O'Neal - 2nd place

4x200 Relay
Deseree Griffey, Maddie Bahr, Danielle McKee and Selina Searcy - 3rd place

4x400 Relay
Emily Wood, Briana Hall, Maddie Bahr and Katie Spray - 2nd place

Shot Put
Ashia Banks - 4th place

Discus Throw
Ashia Banks - 6th place

Long Jump
Vera Bostwick - 5th place

High Jump
Sophie Wolber - 4th place


110 Meter Hurdles
Guy Harbin - 6th place

100 Meter Dash
Mikey Trimble - 3rd place
Prajit Goli - 4th place

1600 Meter Run
Max Hoffman - 2nd place
Joe White - 4th place

400 Meter Dash
Simeon Ward - 2nd place

200 Meter Hurdles
Antonio Cruz - 6th place

800 Meter Run
Max Hoffman - 1st place
Will Courtney - 4th place

200 Meter Dash
Asa Palmer - 1st place
Justin Shields - 3rd place

4x100 Relay
Mikey Trimble, Hunter Lampley, Prajit Goli and Asa Palmer - 1st place

4x200 Relay
Greg Theile, Hunter Lampley, Dylan Kripal and Justin Shields - 3rd place

4x400 Relay
Greg Theile, Dylan Kripal, Simeon Ward and Max Hoffman - 1st place

Discus Throw
Kolan Livingston - 2nd place

Long Jump
Asa Palmer - 1st place
Prajit Goli - 3rd place

High Jump
Quinn Wolfer - 4th place

Super Saturday

Super Saturday - the day when the fall athletes go throughout Wyoming to sell Super Booster passes - is August 20th at 10 AM.  Mark you calendars.


This week in Cowboy sports here.

Note that the girls' lacrosse varsity has added a game at Indian Hill on Thursday.


Boys finish 3rd at CHL Track Championships

The boys' track team took fourth place at the CHL Track Championships held at Madeira this past Thursday and Friday.

Full team results:

1) Finneytown 159
2) Mariemont 98
3) Wyoming 68
4) Deer Park 46
4) Indian Hill 46
6) Madeira 38
7) Reading 35
8) Taylor 30

Jalen Fox won the 100 meter dash.

Full Wyoming results:

Name Year School Prelims Finals Wind Points

Boys 100 Meter Dash
1 Jalen Fox 9 Wyoming 11.51 11.31 NWI 10
3 Jaleel Allen 11 Wyoming 11.37 11.39 NWI 6

Boys 800 Meter Run
2 Andrew Goertzen 12 Wyoming 2:06.00 2:01.80 8
6 Clifford Ngong 11 Wyoming 2:12.00 2:07.61 1

Boys 1600 Meter Run
7 Wes Boettcher 11 Wyoming 5:00.00 4:58.51
9 Brett Callahan 12 Wyoming 5:20.00 5:05.19

Boys 3200 Meter Run
4 Seth Gold 11 Wyoming 10:16.00 10:22.53 4
10 David Manly 12 Wyoming 12:13.00 12:10.16

Boys 300 Meter Hurdles
2 Dan Zimmerman 10 Wyoming 44.20 43.63 8

Boys 4x100 Meter Relay
2 Wyoming 45.60 45.04 2 8

Boys 4x200 Meter Relay
5 Wyoming 1:35.00 1:37.70 2 2

Boys 4x400 Meter Relay
6 Wyoming 3:40.00 3:40.58 1 1

Boys 4x800 Meter Relay
2 Wyoming 8:37.00 8:34.80 8
1) Andrew Goertzen 12 2) Seth Gold 11
3) Clifford Ngong 11 4) Remington Pool 9

Boys High Jump
9 Dru Wilkerson 10 Wyoming 5-06.00 5-00.00
-- Michael Smith 9 Wyoming NH

Boys Long Jump
4 Jaleel Allen 11 Wyoming 19-00.00 18-09.00 NWI 4
12 Juwan Hawkins 9 Wyoming 14-10.00 NWI

Boys Shot Put
9 Trey Maxam 9 Wyoming 36-06.00 36-10.00
14 Connor Blankenship 10 Wyoming 28-00.00 29-05.00

Boys Discus Throw
2 Nick Burns 12 Wyoming 147-00 143-01 8
-- Nicholas Weeg 12 Wyoming 126-00 ND

Full results here.

Girls finish 2nd at CHL Track Championships

The girls' track team finished 2nd at the CHL Track Championships contested Thursday and Friday at Madeira.

Complete Standings:

1) Indian Hill 163
2) Wyoming 151
3) Finneytown 65
4) Deer Park 39
5) Mariemont 28.50
6) Taylor 28
7) Madeira 24
8) Reading 14.50

Event winners for Wyoming were Cynthia Reinecke in the long jump, 4 x 800 relay with Emily Stites, Amelia Irvine, Sammie Schwartz & Katie Bowling, 4 x 100 with Kayla Livingston, Shawnece Warren, Maya Jawwaad & Cynthia Reinecke, Kayla Livingston in the 100 Hurdles, Emily Stites in the 3200, Emily Stites in the 1600, and Michelle Jolson in the 400.

Full Wyoming results:
Name Year School Prelims Finals Wind Points

Girls 100 Meter Dash
2 Nikki McKee 12 Wyoming 13.44 12.74 NWI 8
3 Michelle Jolson 11 Wyoming 13.25 12.95 NWI 6

Girls 200 Meter Dash
4 Michelle Jolson 11 Wyoming 27.29 27.19 NWI 4
6 Allanah Jackson 11 Wyoming 28.83 28.55 NWI 1

Girls 400 Meter Dash
1 Michelle Jolson 11 Wyoming 63.08 60.59 10

Girls 800 Meter Run
3 Sammie Schwartz 10 Wyoming 2:37.00 2:32.29 6
6 Katie Bowling 9 Wyoming 2:55.00 2:54.42 1

Girls 1600 Meter Run
1 Emily Stites 11 Wyoming 5:11.00 5:06.65 10
4 Amelia Irvine 10 Wyoming 5:52.00 5:50.05 4

Girls 3200 Meter Run
1 Emily Stites 11 Wyoming 11:22.00 11:42.27 10
5 Amelia Irvine 10 Wyoming 13:05.00 13:10.78 2

Girls 100 Meter Hurdles
1 Kayla Livingston 10 Wyoming 16.19 15.51 NWI 10
5 Betthany Gorby 12 Wyoming 18.26 18.36 NWI 2

Girls 300 Meter Hurdles
4 Betthany Gorby 12 Wyoming 55.74 52.88 4

Girls 4x100 Meter Relay
1 Wyoming 53.50 52.65 2 10
1) Kayla Livingston 10 2) Shawnece Warren 10
3) Maya Jawwaad 10 4) Cynthia Reinecke 10

Girls 4x200 Meter Relay
4 Wyoming 1:53.00 1:55.03 2 4
1) Mariah Akinbi 12 2) Lindsay Smith 9
3) Allanah Jackson 11 4) Nikki McKee 12

Girls 4x400 Meter Relay
2 Wyoming 4:40.00 4:24.30 2 8
1) Sammie Schwartz 10 2) Mariah Akinbi 12
3) Brett Miller 10 4) Katie Sena 9

Girls 4x800 Meter Relay
1 Wyoming 10:28.00 10:40.81 2 10
1) Emily Stites 11 2) Amelia Irvine 10
3) Sammie Schwartz 10 4) Katie Bowling 9

Girls Long Jump
1 Cynthia Reinecke 10 Wyoming 15-11.00 16-03.00 NWI 10
2 Kayla Livingston 10 Wyoming 16-01.00 15-05.00 NWI 8

Girls Shot Put
5 Shawnece Warren 10 Wyoming 30-03.00 27-09.50 2
6 Alex Jordan 12 Wyoming 30-00.00 27-04.50 1

Girls Discus Throw
4 Alex Mehringer 10 Wyoming 83-00 85-02 4
5 Alex Jordan 12 Wyoming 80-00 83-10 2

Girls High Jump
2 Nikki McKee 12 Wyoming 4-09.00 4-10.00 8
3 Michelle Jolson 11 Wyoming 4-09.00 4-08.00 6

Complete results here.

Mason Bourbon-Gustav Plattenburg Division II Sectional District Champs

At the Division II Sectionals at ATP Center, Mason yesterday, Wyoming doubles team Mason Bourbon and Gustav Plattenburg emerged as champions.

In the semifinals, they defeated Soonthornsawad/Cohen (Seven Hills), 6-3, 6-2.  Meanwhile, Tedrick/Henize (CHCA) defeated Desai/W. Jaroszewicz (Indian Hill), 6-2, 7-5.

In the championship match, Mason and Gustav beat Tedrick/Henize, 7-5, 7-5.

Next up: Districts start Thursday the 19th in Mason.

Girls' lacrosse plays Lebanon, honors seniors

The girls' lacrosse team hosted Lebanon Friday night.

They honored seniors Kelli Edwards, Alex Fraik, Stephanie Lohman and Haleigh Kratz.

Next up: at Indian Hill on Thursday the 19th, varsity only at 6 PM.

Thanks to Peter Levick for the photos.  His gallery here.


Tri-County Press 5-11-11

This week's issue here.

Coverage includes softball, baseball, boys' and girls' track, boys' tennis and boys' lacrosse.  There is also a reminder of the Powder Puff games coming up next weekend.

Softball finale rescheduled

The final softball game of the year, against Deer Park, has been rescheduled from Friday the 20th to Wednesday the 18th at 4:30 at Deer Park.

Bourbon-Plattenburg through Quarterfinals at Sectionals

The doubles team of Mason Bourbon and Gustav Plattenburg has advanced through the quarterfinals at the Division II Sectional Tennis Tournament at Princeton.  Our other doubles team, Matt Sumner and Adam Tucker, went out in the second round to a team from CHCA.

In singles, He'bert Sherrod made it through to the second round before being ousted, while Luke Prather advanced to the Quarters before bowing out.

Full Wyoming Results:


First round
He'bert Sherrod (Wyoming) d. Rapking (Taylor) 6-4, 6-0;
Luke Prather (Wyoming) d. Abner (Madeira) 6-2, 6-2;

Second round
Luke Prather (Wyoming) d. Degerberg (Mariemont) 6-4, 6-4;
Joshi (IH) d. He'bert Sherrod (Wyoming) 6-3, 6-3;

Larkin (Seven Hills) d. Luke Prather (Wyoming) 6-3, 6-0;


First round
Mason Bourbon-Gustav Plattenburg (Wyoming) bye;
Matt Sumner-Adam Tucker (Wyoming) default;

Second round
Bourbon-Plattenburg (Wyoming) d. Schefer-Ng (Summit) 6-1, 6-0;
B. Tedrick-Henize (CHCA) d. Matt Sumner-Adam Tucker (Wyoming) 6-3, 6-1.

Bourbon-Plattenburg (Wyoming) d. Conner-Goodspeed (Batavia) 6-0, 6-0;

Jackrabbits win, finish 2nd

The Wyoming Ultimate team (not a school sponsored team), the Jackrabbits, won its last regular season game on Sunday, 17-5 over Lakota, to finish the season 5-3, good for second place in the Cincinnati Ultimate High School League C division.

With the win, the Jackrabbits move up to the B division season-ending tournament this Sunday, which will be played at Gulley Park in Oregonia, Ohio. Wyoming will face teams from Centerville, Clark Montesorri, Covington Catholic/Notre Dame Academy, Lakota, Lebanon, Mason, Moeller/Mount Notre Dame, and St Xavier/Ursaline Academy in the season-ending tournament.

Wyoming unveiled a new zone defense Sunday that generated numerous tornovers, leading to a lot of quick scores. Sophomores Eric Reichwein and Donovan Schvart paced the Jackrabbits with six scoring throws and nine scoring catches, respectively, each setting season highs for the team in these categories.

Nine other Jackrabbits threw and/or caught a goal in a total team effort.

Baseball loses playoff heartbreaker to Roger Bacon

From today's Enquirer:
Roger Bacon 8, Wyoming 7, Division II sectional:

Host Roger Bacon erased a 7-1 deficient in the seventh inning, when senior pinch-hitter Eric Brunner recorded a two-out, three-RBI double against Wyoming in the Division II Sectional tournament, Thursday night.

"It was pretty much the way that we have played this year," said Roger Bacon head coach Tim McCoy. "We haven't made any big comebacks, but our guys are persistent and senior leadership is great."

McCoy said he inserted Brunner into the game because of his commitment during his four years with the program. McCoy didn't want his veteran to sit out what could have been his final game.

Senior shortstop Rian Bien switched positions and pitched the final three innings earning his first win of the season.
Next up: Today at Indian Hill 4:30

Cowboy gives Max effort on diamond

Community Press article here.

Lacrosse drops close one to Alter

On Wednesday night the lacrosse team traveled north and lost a close contest to Alter, 7-5.

Tyler Cornelius led offensively with two goals and two assists. Nick Kamphaus contributed one goal and one assist.

Nick Tamanko and Austin Hughes had one goal a piece.

Goalie Michael Sagan had 17 saves

Next up: next Monday at St. X, JV at 5:30, Varsity at 7.

Blogger problems

We use Google's Blogger to do the Roundup.  Unfortunately they've had some problems over the last day or so.  I know at least two of our posts (that were e-mailed out yesterday) have disappeared.  They are working on the problem.


Baseball knocks off North College Hill

The baseball team put it to North College Hill last night 21-1 (five innings).

Ric Fogel
Josh McRae no hit NCH and picked up his first win of the season for the Cowboys.

Pete Dickson
We've got hitting leaders aplenty:

Colin Fogel was 2-2 with a double.

Ric Fogel
Max Kadish was 2-2 with a triple and two RBI's.

Ric Fogel
Robert Gomez was 2-4 with a home run and three RBI's.  Ryan Bundy was 3-4 with a home run and three RBI's.

Ric Fogel
Will Marty was 3-3 with a double, home run and four RBI's.

Ric Fogel
And Casey Howell had a double.

Ric Fogel
Next up: playoff game tonight against Roger Bacon at Hille Fields.

HILLE FIELDS - I-75 South to I-74 West. Take Exit 19 (Spring Grove/Elmore). Follow ramp and make a right onto Colerain; go to first light. Turn right onto Elmore, to Dirr Avenue. Left on Dirr Avenue to Dreman. Right on Dreman to Roll Avenue; left on Roll. Fields are at the end of Roll.

Pete Dickson
Photos courtesy of Peter Dickson and Ric Fogel.  Pete's gallery here, Ric's here.


Terry Davis gets offer from Marshall

Terry Davis gets another scholarship offer - details here.

Baseball wins, advances in Sectional play

The baseball team defeated Goshen yesterday 4-1 in sectional play at Wyoming.

Pete Dickson
Joe Panos was on the bump and got the win to improve his record to 4-2.

Ric Fogel
Joe also did work at the plate, going 3-4 with a double and a ribbie.  Adam Chalmers scored two of the Cowboys' runs.

Pete Dickson
Next up:  at home today at 5 PM vs. North College Hill

Ric Fogel
Tourney resumes Thursday at 5 PM against Roger Bacon at Hille.

Pete Dickson
Tourney bracket here.

Ric Fogel
Photos by Peter Dickson and Rick Fogel.  Pete's gallery here, Ric's here.

Lax game venue change

The boys' lacrosse game tonight vs. Alter will be played at Athletes in Action field.

The Alter coach sent the following information:

Directions to Athletes in Action

The entrance to the sports complex is at 1197 S. Detroit St., Xenia OH 45385

Take I-675 N toward COLUMBUS.
Merge onto US-35 E via EXIT 13A toward XENIA. 6.7 mi
Take US-35-BR E toward XENIA. 2.9 mi
Continue to follow S DETROIT ST.
S DETROIT ST is just past S KING STo

Softball bows out of tourney

The softball team lost to Finneytown yesterday 4-2 in Division II sectional action at home.

Hitting leaders for the Cowboys were Clara Rodrigue, who was 3-4 with 2 RBI's, Maddie Stephens who was 2-3, and Carly Heuer, who had a double.

Next up: final game of the season next Friday the 20th at Deer Park at 4:30.


Boys' tennis defeats Mariemont

The boys' tennis team defeated Mariemont on Monday 3-2.

Winners for the Cowboys:

Mason Bourbon over Swards 6-1, 6-0

Gustav Plattenburg over Degerberg 7-5, 6-2

Matt Sumner-Alex Mangas over Bezerra-Harris 6-1, 7-5

Boys' lacrosse honors seniors, defeats Seven Hills

The boys' lacrosse team honored seniors Jack Albers, Tyler Cornelius, Tommy Campbell and Michael Sagan at halftime of their Monday night game vs. Seven Hills, and then closed out a 15-11 victory in the second half.

Offensive leaders were Tyler with seven goals and four assists, Austin Hughes with four goals and five assists, and David Zanoni with three goals.

Corbin Guggenheim rounded out the scoring with one goal.  Richard Irwin and James McCallister had one assist each.

Goalie Michael Sagan had nine saves.

Next up: Wednesday at Alter at 7 PM (Varsity only)

Photo gallery here.