Ultimate Beginning

From Coach White:

The Wyoming Jackrabbits Ultimate Frisbee team kicked off its season in style with a resounding 11-2 win over Clark on a windy day Tuesday.   Playing in the Cincinnati high school league’s A division for the first time in more than a decade after winning the B league regular season last year, the Jackrabbits gained some revenge over the squad that edged them in the league tournament final last year.

The senior-dominated Jackrabbits jumped out to a 9-0 lead and coasted to the win.  Senior Jaden Shapiro led the way with three scoring throws and one goal catch, senior Joe White, a first-team All State selection in 2015 has three scoring throws, and senior Jay Klein shined in his first Ultimate game with three scoring catches.  Seniors Max Brady, Daniel Tighe, and Gus Bradley each caught two goals, while junior Arthur Cilley and sophomore Elliot Fuller each threw two goals.

The Jackrabbits JV team also go off to a strong start, with a 9-1 win over Clark’s JV team.  Junior Wyatt Curtis has one scoring throw and three goal catches, sophomore Victoria Lentz had three goal catches, 8th grader Aidan Sevens had three scoring throws, and sophomore Nick Nance had two scoring throws and one goal catch.

The Cincinnati high school Ultimate league includes more than 40 co-ed teams from southern Ohio and northern Kentucky, and is recognized as one of the strongest high school leagues in the country.  Wyoming was a founding school in the league in 2000.  The varsity and JV teams will return to action after Spring break.  Games are Sunday afternoons at the Rec Center.

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