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Five inducted into CCDS Athletic Hall of Fame
Five inducted into CCDS Athletic Hall of Fame

Congratulations to four Cincinnati Country Day alumni and one former coach on their induction into the school's 2018 Athletic Hall of Fame. The five were honored Friday during a dinner at CCDS.

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The inductees and their accomplishments are:

Jeff Bahl '98
-Football, Basketball, Baseball
-Participated in all 12 seasons of high school career
-All-City honors in football, baseball
-All-State honors in football
-Member of football team that went 36-7, three MVC championships, State Final Four
-National Football Foundation Scholarship Award

Brad Buck '87
-Cross Country, Wrestling, Track
-Team captain for all three teams
-Team MVP in cross country and wrestling
-State qualifier in cross country
-Regional qualifier in track

Hans Schroeder '92
-Football, Basketball
-All MVC football and basketball honors
-All-City and District football honors
-All-State football honors
Member of State Final Four football and basketball teams

Sydney Stoehr Whedon '05
-Soccer, Gymnastics, Track
-Heinichen Award winner – Top Female Athlete
-All MVC Honors in soccer and track
-Team captain in all three sports
-Set four school records in track
-State qualifier in track and member of State Runner-Up Relay Team

Park Gilmore, Coach
-Middle School football, basketball, baseball coach
-Three sport coach for over 15 years
-Won multiple MVC championships
-Mentor and role model for hundreds of young men
-Prepared students for high school on and off the field

The Athletic Department recognized the new inductees during halftime of Friday's home basketball game with Miami Valley Christian Academy. Whedon was unable to attend the induction, but will be honored at a school assembly later this year.

Game honors Greta

The basketball game was also played in honor of Greta, daughter of art teacher Amy Brand. In lieu of charging admission, the Athletic Department requested donations to help defray medical costs for Greta, who has been diagnosed with B-Cell Lymphoblastic Lymphoma.

"The Cincinnati Country Day School Boys Basketball Program would like to say thank you to both the CCDS community and the Miami Valley Christian Academy community for all their support on Friday night at the basketball game in honor of 5-year-old Greta, who is the daughter of Upper School art teacher Amy Brand," said Greg Ross, varsity basketball coach. "We raised $1,230 for the family to help out with bills and other expenses." #GRETASTRONG