Sports News and Scores
|McNicholas||177||McNicholas low score Connor Higgins 42|
|McNicholas||163||McNicholas low score Chris Dunne 38|
|McNicholas||197||McNicholas low score Dillon Ridgway 47|
|McNicholas||167||McNicholas low score Christopher Wells 41|
|McNicholas||190||McNicholas low score Connor Higgins 43|
|McNicholas||188||McNicholas low score Maria Ciampone 41|
|McNicholas||185||McNicholas low score Maria Ciampone 40|
|Summit Country Day||215|
|Men's Golf||Varsity||Arrow Invitational- McNicholas took 2nd Place|
|McNicholas||313||Medalist: Ty DeBonis 77|
|McNicholas||191||McNicholas low score Connor Higgins 43|
|McNicholas||186||McNicholas low score Nick Costello 44|
|McNicholas||188||McNicholas low scores Connor Higgins & Nick Costello 45|
|McNicholas||188||McNicholas low score Maria Ciampone 43|
|Cincinnati Country Day||1||1|
|McNicholas||155||Medalist: Chris Dunne 36|
|McNicholas||217||Medalist: Maria Ciampone 48|
|Cincinnati Country Day||1|
|McNicholas||183||Medalist: Alexandra Wells 40|
|McNicholas||173||Medalist: Connor Higgins 40|
|Men's Golf||Varsity||Madeira Invitational- McNicholas took 1st Place|
|McNicholas||311||Medalist: Ty DeBonis 73|
|McNicholas||191||Medalists: Connor Higgins & Scott Hickman 45|
|Men's Golf||Varsity||Round 1 of the GCL Tournament- McNicholas currently in 1st Place|
|McNicholas||300||Medalists: Ty DeBonis & Chris Dunne 71|
|Women's Golf||Varsity||Round 1 of the GCL Tournament- McNicholas currently in 3rd Place|
|Men's Golf||Varsity||Indian Hill Invitational|
|McNicholas||315||McNicholas placed 2nd McNicholas Medalist Chris Dunne 73|
|The men's varsity golf team is off to a great start to their season! The team was D II Flight Champions and Overall Runner-Up at the Indian Hill Invitational at Hamilton Elks Golf Club Friday, August 8 with a score of 315. Individual scoring was led by Chris Dunne, who tied for low round of the day with a 73, just one over par. Dunne was named 1st Team All-Tournament. Ty Debonis made 3rd Team All-Tournament with an impressive 79. Nick Niehaus - 81 and Zane Brownrigg - 82 rounded out McNick's overall second place finish. Cameron Massa and Christopher Wells also represented the Rockets at the tournament. Click here to read about the men's golf team on Cincinnati.com.
|McNicholas||196||Medalist: Eric Collett 44|
|Women's Golf||Varsity||Division II Invitational|
|McNicholas||374||McNicholas placed 6th|
|McNicholas||198||Medalist: Maria Ciampone 45|
Dance Team Awards
The McNicholas dance team hosted an AmeriDance home camp on July 11 and 12 with Anderson and Turpin High Schools. Eight members of the team attended and the team brought home many awards and accolades. This coming year, the dance team will be competing in the Varsity Pom and Varsity Jazz categories, as well as competing in Varsity Kick with a combined routine with Anderson and Turpin under the name "Eastside Elite." They will also be performing at basketball games and other school events throughout the year.
This year's team is led by Captain Olivia Witt and Co-Captains Katie Farr and Hope Wilson.
Camp Team Awards:
Camp Individual Awards:
Congratulations to our Scholar Athletes
Michael Reidy '14 and Dylan Kirby '14 were both selected by the Ohio High School Baseball Coaches Association as Academic All Ohio for 2014. Dylan Kirby '14 and senior Jordan Whitmore were named 1st team All City by the Cincinnati Enquirer. Michael Reidy '14 was named Honorable Mention All City.
Danielle Piening '14 (softball) was the Mercy Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Student of the Month for June. Danielle was a 4 year varsity player and started at shortstop every year. She was also a second year captain and was chosen First Team All League.
Maddie Mitchell '14 (volleyball, diving) was honored at the Southwest District Scholar Athlete Reception. She was honored to receive the Fred Durkle Memorial Scholarship. She was chosen as one of 43 students to receive either a Southwest District or OHSAA State Scholarship.
Hazzard, Rudolph awarded prizes in She Plays, She Wins Contest
Congratulations to sophomore softball payer Christiane Hazzard and sophomore volleyball player Gracie Rudolph who received $1000 each for their teams in the She Plays, She Wins essay and video contest sponsored by Total Quality Logistics and honorary spokeswoman and Olympian Heather Mitts.
The goal of the contest was to help promote empowerment through women’s sports. Click here to read more.