Please be advised that you may now enroll your child(ren) through our 8to18 Registration process by accessing our website by clicking on the REGISTRATION tab on the ribbon above.
You are reminded that ALL participants in official practices/contests must complete the ENTIRE 8to18 registration process and have turned in the following forms (Pre-participation physical, Sudden Cardiac Arrest form, Emergency Medical form, and the Residency form) to their respective Head Coach in order to be permitted to participation. Please know that if your child(ren) participated in a Fall Sport, you will not have to complete the Sudden Cardiac Arrest or Residency form a second time.
A failure to complete the on-line registration process and/or turn in the required forms will result in an immdediate denial of participation until such time that these requirements have been completed.
The Winter Sports required parent night preseason meetings will be held on Tuesday, November 14th at 6:00 p.m. in the LHS Cafetorium. Each sport will hold a meeting immediately following the completion of the general meeting. We will begin collecting the Participation Fee that evening. The deadline for paying the Participation Fee is Friday, December 8th at 3:00 p.m.
If you need additional information or have questions, please contact the Athletic Dept. Administratrive Assistant, Shellie Cornell at 513-934-5131.
On a cold and blustery early-spring Saturday, the Warriors track teams headed north to the Jack Lintz Invitational at Northmont High School. The boys team captured the runner-up trophy in dramatic fashion, capturing the 4x400 title in the meet's final event to sneak past Trotwood-Madison in the team standings. The team of Jordan Campbell, Kelby Caplinger, Nate Obringer, and Josh Finkeldey ran 3:32.97.
Derek Hilyard and Melad Haddad finished 3-4 in the shot put, Jackson Siddall and Ryan Beck went 2-5 in the 800, and Zach Barsala and Sam Ream went 3-5 in the pole vault to pile on the points for the Warriors. The relay team of Gabe Hensley, Campbell, Finkeldey, and Obringer finished fourth in the 4x100 and 4x200, while the 4x8 team of Siddall, David Klenk, Samuel Packer, and Sam Duncan finished fifth. Ben Swift was sixth in the long Jump, Nate Crawford tied for third in the high jump, and Haddad was fifth in the disc. Caplinger was 7th in the mile to round out the scoring for the Warriors.
On the girls side, the Warriors were a close fourth. Jessie Hartman ran away from the field in the mile to capture the win in 5:30. The 4x100 finished fourth and the 4x200 finished third. Ehryn Shaw was fifth in the pole vault, Paige Nease was fourth in long jump, and Melanie Pacheco was fourth in the 800 for the Warriors.
The track teams head into a busy week with meets April 4 at Edgewood, April 6 at McAuley, and April 7 at Sycamore.