Hirsch Report #9
The team was led by point guard Sabrina DelBello '21 who earned All-Tournament honors. Over the break, the deeply talented team was recognized by the Cincinnati Enquirer as the Team of the Week (Check out the article). The ladies return to action tonight in a MVC match-up against Clark before returning home Saturday for a game versus New Miami.
On March 1, CCDS Athletics will partner with mCORE (Mobile Cardiac Overview and Risk Evaluation) to screen students for cardiac conditions and abnormalities that may put them at risk for sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). Students must be 12 years old at the time of registration. Check out the attachment for all the details, or simply click here and choose Cincinnati Country Day School.
Celebrate Girls Soccer State Championship Team
The state championship run was an exciting time for the CCDS community. The athletic department will celebrate the team with two events in 2019. On Sunday, Jan. 20, a replay of the championship game will be shown before the soccer banquet at Jim and Jack's on the River (3456 River Road, 45204). Kickoff is 3 p.m., and the banquet will follow the game. Come enjoy the game, along with some food and drinks. On Saturday, Feb. 2, we will recognize the team at halftime of the varsity girls basketball game versus Norwood. It will be an important game as the team looks to win an MVC championship. Tip-off is 11:30 a.m. in the north gym with the team recognition at halftime.
Parent Wellness in Leonard Family Athletic Center
Varsity Sports Updates
Wrestling: Wrestling finished 2018 with a home meet two days before winter break. The wrestlers grappled with opponents from Western Brown, Schroeder, and Hughes. Every wrestler had a match, and we won each bout, a rare feat in this sport. Junior captain Noah Wise went 2-0 for the evening and recorded a 21 second pin in one of his matches. First-year wrestler Cader Rowe won the first two bouts of his career. It was a special night with everyone showing grit and grace in victory. Before school reconvened, the team traveled to Valley View High School for a tournament. Three-sport junior Keane Warner placed sixth. Warner made it to the championship semifinals before dropping into the consolation bracket. He showed a lot of heart as he lost his fifth-place match in a hard-fought overtime battle. Freshman Bailey Edmonson also placed sixth.
Alumni Spotlight: Lisa Elam Kelp '94
Varsity Spotlight: Noah Wise '20
Tell me a little bit about yourself: My name is Noah Wise, and I'm a junior at Country Day. I've been a CCDS since sixth grade.
What is your favorite class and teacher or teachers at CCDS? I have always enjoyed history and the teachers who teach history.
MS Athletic Team Spotlight: The middle school wrestling team may be small, but they are already making an impact. At their first invitational at North College Hill, Tristen Davis placed third and Noah Webb placed fifth in their weight classes. The team also came back to school earlier than other teams from winter break to practice and host their own invitational. On Saturday, Jan. 5, the team hosted 14 other schools and more than 100 wrestlers at the CCDS Wrestling Invitational. The day was filled with some great matches as wrestlers competed to earn top honors of the day. Tristen Davis went undefeated in the 116-pound pool bracket and completed the day with a second-place finish. Noah Webb pinned his opponent in his final match to earn a third-place finish in the 124- pound weight class. The invitational was a fantastic opportunity to show CCDS's wrestling pride and for our wrestlers to demonstrate that their hard work and dedication are paying off as they drive toward the MVC Championships on Feb. 8 at CCDS. Good luck in the upcoming meets.
Youth Program Spotlight:
The third-grade basketball teams kicked the season off with great energy and determination. The boys and girls teams have practiced since the beginning of December to build both team and individual skills. Their growth has been tremendous. Each team's selfless play has created some exciting games over the season's first few weeks. Under coaches Zimmerman's (boys) and Ross's (girls) direction, the teams continue to grow and develop their skills with smiles on their faces. The team's joy of playing is infectious, and every game demonstrates their Indian pride and the strength they have built as a team. We look forward to continuing to represent CCDS proudly over the rest of the season. Go Indians!
Registration for YOUTH WRESTLING CLINIC grades 1-6 is now open. Develop strength, agility, and balance. The clinic will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting Jan. 15 and ending Feb. 7 at Indian Hill School's wrestling room. Dan Wood and Mike Hill, CCDS varsity and middle school wrestling coaches, will coach the clinic. Use the following link for more detailed information and registration: https://clubs.bluesombrero.com/Default.aspx?tabid=260796
Flag Football (Grades 1–5) Registration Open
Choose the Kenwood-Blue Ash program
Choose SUNDAY games
Enter Michelle Newman for coach
Enter Cincinnati Country Day School under 2018/19 School or Daycare Name
Playfanatics fees are based on registration dates. Each month, the fee increases by $10, so register early to avoid the monthly price increases.
If you have additional questions not found on the league website, please contact Michelle Newman at email@example.com
CCDS Athletics offers monthly youth sports clinics to connect varsity coaches and players with our young athletes.
CCDSwims for all ages! Click on the below links for what session fits your family.
Thought of the Week:
"Life is a team sport; it's not about you." - Sue Enquist, UCLA Softball Coach.
To Do Today: Remember, "The greatest of the great make others better." - Sue Enquist
Go Country Day!
Hirsch Athletic Report #9