Big Blue Week in review

week in review

Men's Golf:

Competed in the GMC tournament at Walden Ponds on Tuesday and Wednesday and finished 7th overall with an overall score of 704. Aiden Hoyte led the Blue with an overall score of 163 (86 and 77), which earned him 2nd team All GMC. 

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Men's Soccer

HHS Boy's Soccer Team started off the week on Tuesday with a bang playing their best match of the year against perennial powerhouse Country Summit Day.  The boys came up short losing 4-2 with spectacular goals from Seniors Eliel Pena and Yhozimar Garcia and great goalkeeping in his first start of the season from Johny Sanchez.  They followed that up on the road at Sycamore on Thursday and were unable to duplicate the performance from Tuesday.  Although it was not the best performance as a team, there were some very nice performances from Freshman Adrian Diaz playing great in the net and sophomore defender Gavin Finley. The boys redeemed that performance from Thursday gaining their first WIN of the season on the road at Bishop Fenwick.  Coming out on top    1-0, with an amazing free kick goal from Junior Landen Crowthers.  The boys came together as "FAMILY" with stand out performances from Junior GK Javier Flores returning to the net, Freshman Midfielder Adam Reyes bringing a calm to the midfield and Junior Striker Reese Parsons battling thru a calf injury continually trying to take the top of defense with speed.


Women's Volleyball

The volleyball team had tough losses this week to Lakota East and Sycamore, but had several outstanding plays and players emerge from the games. Stand out players for the Lakota East match with key plays were Belle Allen, Lizzy Spurlock, and Emili Schoppacher. In Thursday's matchup against Sycamore, Kaylen Rose and Hannah New proved to be integral parts of the team for the Big Blue. This week, we take on Mt Healthy and Madison at home as well as a match at Mason. 


Women's Soccer

The Hamilton girls soccer team dropped a pair of hard fought matches this week.  The Lady Blue continue to work hard and improve each and every week.  This week, Thalia Moore and a pair of Freshman stood out during the week Mia Ramey & Olivia Mudd.  These young ladies stood out during training and it carried over into the matches with their play.  The Lady Blue return home Tuesday night for a 5:30/7:15 match against Mason. Come out and root them on!

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Hamilton was defeated by Lakota West, currently ranked #3 in the state, on Friday night by a score of 38-0. Lanny Ash had 7 tackles, including 2 sacks and 3 tackles for loss for the Blue. Southwest Ohio Sports Daily article on game.

Women's Tennis


Varsity girls’ tennis had an outstanding and exciting week–they began the week with a hard fought battle against Colerain where the girls amazed the crowd with their punishing backhands and their pummeling volleys. Next, the tennis team hosted Middletown for senior night where our girls dominated their opponents and were victorious in 4 out of 5 matches.  Vaishnavi “The Vixon '' Vengala served up some incredible returns and vicious volleys during an exciting first singles match that ended in a heartbreaking tie breaker set. Other exhilarating singles matches were won by seniors Chloe “ Crush” Christen and Scarlet “Sizzle” Mejia as they dazzled the spectators with their court-controlling forehands and dominating serves. Also experiencing the joy of victory were the first doubles team of seniors Hannah “The Hornet” Woodward and Peyton “the Pummeler” Brumett as they dazzled their opponents with their brilliant footwork and breathtaking volleys. Contributing to the win were the  junior doubles duo consisting of Cassidy “The Comet” Cox and Sahara “ Sassy” Mejia---their combination of terrific teamwork and court domination led them to winning in an exciting match. Contributions to the team were also made by the dedicated senior doubles duo of Jasmine “Jazzy” Buell and Paris “the Perilous” Cain who played in an exciting exhibition match.

The week culminated in a trip to East Clermont where the girls played in the Coaches Classic tennis tournament; although the team did not win overall, many of the girls had personal best matches and played with determination–always displaying sportsmanship and stellar character. The Classic ended in an exciting showdown between Vengala and her Western Brown County opponent. Although HHS did not win the tournament, the scores were not reminiscent of the heart, soul, and determination which was exhibited by these fine young ladies. 

Coach Palatchi and Coach Christen are extremely proud of the players and their efforts!!!

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