STATE CHAMP: Katie McFarland, Lehman Catholic pole vault
All-TRC Teams for Spring Sports
Congratulations to our Three Rivers Conference all-conference teams for the spring sports season! Thank you to all our student-athletes, coaches, officials, parents, volunteers, support staff and all else for a great spring season!
- Athlete of the Year: Matthew Major, Troy Christian
- Coach of the Year: Chase Goulette, Bethel
- Conference champion: Bethel
- Athlete of the Year: Nigella Reck, Covington
- Coach of the Year: Dan Cain, Covington
- Conference champions: Covington & Miami East
- Athlete of the Year: Asher Long, Covington
- Coach of the Year: Steve Karnehm, Miami East
- Conference champion: Miami East
- TRC meet records
- Athlete of the Year: Savanna Smith, Milton-Union
- Coach of the Year: Michael Meredith, Milton-Union
- Conference champion: Milton-Union
- TRC meet records
STATE CHAMP: Kira Cole, Miami East wrestling
Miami East High School sophomore Kira Cole captured the 115-pound weight class at the OHSAA girls wrestling state championships at Ohio State University's Schottenstein Center on March 12.
Cole won her first-round match with a pin in 2:28 against Minerva sophomore Sarah Sphon. Cole won her quarterfinal match with a pin in 1:45 against Harrison's Mia Hotchkiss.
In the semifinals, Cole pinned Central Crossing's Addison Rudolph in 3:56.
Cole claimed the state championship with a pin in 2:30 against Delaware Hayes' Molly Wells.
Riverside Pirates: OHSAA Division II boys bowling state champions!
The Riverside Pirates boys bowling team celebrated the school's first-ever state championship with a victory at the OHSAA bowling state tournament on Saturday, March 4. Riverside topped a 16-team field at Wayne Webb's Columbus Bowl, including beating Coldwater 3-1 for the title.
The Pirates consisted of seniors Zander Crouch, Andrew Knight and Tyler Knight and juniors Sam King and Gage Stevenson. The team was led by head coach Zerah Crouch and Jaime Yelton.
Riverside placed seventh in qualifying and finished as one of eight teams to advance to the championship round. In the quarterfinals, seventh-seeded Riverside upset No. 2 Liberty Center in three games 204-190, 225-175 and 216-191.
In the semifinals, Riverside beat No. 6 Rocky River Lutheran West 3-1 (165-204, 202-148, 194-167 and 214-212).
Riverside then capped the championship with the victory against top-seeded Coldwater.
OHSAA Division II qualifying results
Northridge boys claim 9th grade basketball title
9th grade champions: Northridge Polar Bears
9th grade runners-up: Miami East Vikings