CHL Notes

Derek King returns for his fourth season as a starter for Reading. He has 285 career tackles and 17.0 sacks.

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Every year it seems like the same faces sit atop the Cincinnati Hills League standings and this year appears to be more of the same in store for the league. The Taylor Yellowjackets are flapping their wings and looking to sting the status quo in the CHL. The boys from North Bend are on the rise and gaining a reputation as being a tough fight on Friday nights.  ... (MORE)

2014 Snapshot: Wyoming

Last season, Wyoming was the favorite to win the CHL with an experienced senior class led by quarterback Will Marty and as a result Wyoming lived up to expectations. They dominated their opponents with a 45-12 scoring margin. That margin of victory should actually benefit them this season because it gave everyone an opportunity on the roster to play in all eight victo ... (MORE)

Wyoming WR Oliver Reinecke caught six touchdown passes as a junior in 2013.

2014 Snapshot: Indian Hill

Trying to get back to the post season for the first time since 2007, the Indian Hill Braves turned to a familiar face to hopefully return them to prominence in 2014 and beyond. Most recently the defensive coordinator at Bishop Fenwick, former Madeira head coach Tony Arcuri was hired in February to rejuvenate the Indian Hill program coming off of two sub-.500 seaso ... (MORE)

Indian Hill DL Sammy Szames earned Second Team All-Southwest District honors after recording 10.0 sacks as a junior.
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2014 Snapshot: Taylor

Ask any coach in the CHL which of the league's teams is the most physical, and to a man they will tell you Taylor. The Yellowjackets have high hopes for 2014 coming off of their first winning season under head coach Dave Huffman, who enters his seventh year at the helm. A veteran squad, a new stadium and turf to go along with a brand new K-12 school has everyon ... (MORE)

Taylor RB Koty Kendall ran for 1,084 yards and found the end zone 16 times as a junior in 2013.

2014 Snapshot: Wayne

Potent. That is what the Wayne offense will be in 2014. The Warriors are experienced and deep on that side of the ball. The only unknown will be at running back, but that shouldn’t be a problem. There are always ample candidates at the position every year. Opponents will find themselves playing catch-up more often than not. That will play into the hands of a  ... (MORE)

Wayne OL Evan Kennaley was a Second-Team All-GWOC Central selection as a junior in 2013.
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