Celebrate our Soccer Seniors

Girls' Soccer Senior Night is Wednesday, October 2nd at 6:30pm vs. Deer Park

Come celebrate the careers of the Class of 2014:
Emma Klug, Kelsey Brunsman, Carly Varland, Danielle Rush, Maddie Clark, Katie Sena, Anna Kamphaus, & Lindsey Smith

Photo Provided by Coach Gruber

Madi Said Yes

September 30, 2013, 6'-4" Junior Madi Maisel verbally committed to play volleyball at Pitt (University of Pittsburgh).

Madi and the Varsity Cowboys are sitting on top of the CHL at a perfect 10-0.  Come out and congratulate Madi on Tuesday, October 1st, as the Cowboys are hosted by Indian Hill (#4 CHL 6-3) and then they travel to Mariemont (#2 CHL 7-2) on Thursday, October 3rd.

T is for Taylor, and Thwarted, and Tanked, and Tamed

The following is an excerpt from the Wyoming Sports Report re-cap of Friday, September 27th's 54-12 trouncing of the Taylor Yellowjackets.

...The fourth quarter saw two TDs from the best QB family since the Mannings, with a 65-yard pass to Junior Oliver Reinecke from Will Marty, as well as backup Andrew Marty's first varsity TD pass to Reinecke again for 17 yards. Wyoming finished the game with 386 yards of total offense and had a running dominant game plan, although being very efficient on passing plays, with 50% of their completions resulting in TDs.
The 4 Pictures above thanks to Rod Apfelbeck

Can you ever get tired of seeing pictures of the opposing team's quarterback (#16) being sacked?
In the name of Art and Science, Taylor's defense kindly gave our photographers plenty of chances to see if we can get this age-old question answered.
Thanks to Jack Mariani and the Wyoming Sports Report for the except.
Read the full article HERE
And thanks to Rod Apfelbeck for his super-sweet photos.
See more of Rod's pictures HERE
And see more of the Round-Up's pictures HERE

The Duke Who Would Be King

I know it's a stretch from the Lion King to Kipling, but who could resist. 
The 2013 Homecoming King, Duke Mitchell
and Homecoming Queen, Marta Stewart
Long May They Reign

Thanks to the Court Reporter, Rod Apfelbeck.
There are so many more great pictures from the Homecoming Parade and Halftime.
Check them out HERE



Back to Back

Coach Crider sent in the following report for the Boys' Varsity Golf team.
On Saturday afternoon (Sept. 28th), the WHS Boys Varsity golf team continued its great season by clinching the Cincinnati Hills League title for Fall, 2013.  The team finished 2nd by a single stroke to Mariemont in the season ending CHL Championship tournament, and that finish was good enough to allow the team to seal the overall league title with a final record of 28 – 2 in the CHL.  This is the second consecutive CHL title for the team, and the first back to back titles since 2006 & 2007.
The team will be playing on Thursday of this week in the Division II District tournament, attempting to earn a berth in the State Championship tournament in Columbus. 

MS Mass Transit

I've heard of the Axis of Evil, but the Axles of Evil? 
Coach Nocks sent in the following report from the Middle School Cross Country team's showing at the St. X Invitational on Saturday, September 28th.
Once again, the middle school cross country team had to battle against the bus company.  The bus company (which I am sure is in league with the other CHL teams) arrived to pick up the team only 1 hour and 15 minutes late.  The CC team prevailed over this obstacle with the help of its super parents, which this week acted as bus drivers to shuttle most of the team to St X to get them there in time for their race.   
This meet was the largest one the CC team has run.  There were about 28 teams from all over Ohio and Kentucky.  Again, the CC team was competing against Division 1 and 2 schools.  The team held their own and finished about in the middle.   The more impressive news is that most of the runners got a PR at this meet.
Thanks to Coach Nocks for the report.
See more pictures HERE
The low morning sun and low skill level of our staff photographer kept the number of pictures , you guessed it, low.  If you have pictures of our Middle School Stars that you' like to share, send them to us here at wyoroundup@gmail.com

The Rundown

We were sent a super-condensed, bullet-pointed list of what you can expect to do TODAY at Kicks for a Cure.
Kicks for a Cure final details!
  • Rain or shine!! 4-6pm
  • Buy dinner for the whole family - $5 meals: burger, chips, drink
  • Invite neighbors, relatives, etc.
  • Bring soccer balls for Haiti
  • Bring checkbook to donate
  • Support the teams
  • Dollar bills to shoot on our goalkeepers
  • Buy $1baked goods, $10 tshirt
  • Thanks to our concession workers 
  • Thanks to our grillers 
  • Thanks to our bakers
  • Thanks to our announcers
  • Thanks to our Seniors
  • The American Cancer Society
  • "Celebrate More Birthdays"
And parents - Don't be bashful.  Get in there and try to score on our keepers.  It'll be your story that you can tell any way you like.  From the photos, it'll be impossible to tell just how badly your shot was rejected. 
Photo from the depths of the Apfelbeck Archive


Senior Night at Spring Valley

Thursday, September 26th was Senior Night at the Girls' Varsity Tennis match against Cincinnati Country Day.  It looks like the girls fought hard and came close, but it was not to be.

Wyoming 2, CCD 3
Wolf (CCD) d. Thoresen 6-0, 6-1
M. Boster (W) d. Boyd 6-1, 6-0
Cornest (CCD) d. A. Boster 7-5, 5-7, 10-8
Barton-Patterson (CCD) d. Koesterman-Berg 6-3, 6-2
Wilson-Lippert (W) d. Hall-Wiley 6-2, 6-4
Thanks to Coach Kindred for the scores, and
Thanks to Skip Koesterman and Rod Apfelbeck for the sweet pictures.
See more of Rod's pictures HERE

All Tied Up

Wednesday, September 25th, the Varsity Girls' Soccer team hosted Mariemont.  The game ended in a 1-1 tie with Freshman Jasmine Evans lone Cowboy goal. The team stays at an even .500 in the CHL at 2-2-1.
Thanks to Deb Varland for the great pic's of kicks.
See more HERE

Kicks For A Cure Makes the News

Kicks for a Cure is this Sunday, September 29th.  Our own Deb Varland and Beth Draper were highlighted by WLWT  at Friday's Football game. 
Check out the video HERE
And then make sure you stop by the event from 4-6 on the Bernie Barre Field at Bob Lewis Stadium.
Photo thanks to the Apfebeck Archive

Athlete of the Week

Wyoming Boosters'

Gabby's  Athlete of Week 


 Kelsey Maxwell
Congratulations Wyoming Athlete of the Week, Kelsey Maxwell!

She is senior co-captain of the Girls Varsity Volleyball team and is undefeated in the Cincinnati Hills League. Recently, she added to her already impressive statistical resume by achieving her 2,500th career assist. As co-captain she demonstrates great leadership skills on and off the court.   Her strong work ethic on the volleyball court and in the classroom makes her a great role model for Wyoming Schools.

The Wyoming Boosters' Gabby's Athlete of the Week award is sponsored by Gabby's Cafe.  
For being named Student Athlete of the Week, Kelsey will receive a $10 gift certificate to Gabby's.


Friday Night Preview

The Wyoming Sports Report has a preview of tonight's (Sept. 27th) game against Taylor.  Below is just enough to whet your appetite.

With inter league play over, the Wyoming Cowboys (2-2) got their first CHL win of the year last week in a 55-20 victory against the Madeira Mustangs. This week, they'll face another tough opponent in the current CHL leading Taylor Yellow Jackets (4-0).

The Yellow Jackets come into Bob Lewis Stadium on Friday leading region 14 in Harbin points, which are used to determine playoff teams in Ohio. A big win on Homecoming night this Friday will be exactly what the Cowboys need to bounce back from two tough losses early in the season and get back above .500.
Thanks to Jack Mariani
and the Wyoming Sports Report
Check out the full preview HERE

Huge Heart at Hopewell

Coach Nocks sent in the following report from the Tuesday, September 24th Middle School Cross Country meet at Hopewell.
The sun was shining and the buses were on time. It made for a fabulous cross country meet. The middle school CC team ran against many schools, most division 1 and they held their own. The boys finished 8th out of 13 and the girls finished 5th out of 11.
The end of a cross country race is a great place to witness the intersection of training and will.  You will have to go to Cara Hummel's photo gallery (link below) to see the series of images that came right after the ones shown above and below to find out how these races ended.
Thanks to Coach Nocks for the report, and
Thanks to Cara Hummel for the awesome pictures.
See more HERE