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Connor Espenshade, Will Rueter Ava Schwan, and Luke Sikkema named National Merit Semifinalists

Four CHCA Seniors Named 2022 National Merit Semifinalists. These academically talented high school seniors now have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth nearly $30 million that will be offered next spring. To be considered for a Merit Scholarship award, Semifinalists must fulfill several requirements to advance to the Finalist level of the competition. About 95 percent of the Semifinalists are expected to attain Finalist standing, and approximately half of the Finalists will win a National Merit Scholarship, earning the Merit Scholar title.
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Four CHCA Seniors Named 2022 National Merit Semifinalists

Heather Wilkowski, Upper School Principal of Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, announced that Connor Espenshade, Will Rueter, Ava Schwan, and Luke Sikkema have been named National Merit Semifinalists. A certificate from the National Merit Scholarship Cooperation will be presented to these students at CHCA’s Academic Awards Night in April 2022. These...
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The History of African American Cooperatives and the Importance of Representative Legal Support

In her book, Collective Courage: A History of African American Cooperative Economic Thought and Practice, Jessica Gordon Nemhard states that the principles of African American cooperatives are solidarity, equity, democracy, and sustainability. These principles were accomplished by working together to fight racism through the pooling of resources. Jessica Gordon Nemhard highlights this history in Collective Courage: A History of African American Cooperative Economic Thought and Practice. Professor Gordon Nemhard writes about how African Americans worked together to improve each others’ lives through co-op economics.
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A look at SBAAC week 4 results, season leaders

Three SBAAC football games were cancelled last week. Blanchester vs Woodward, New Richmond vs Talawanda and Clermont Northeastern vs Summit Country Day. The Lions were able to secure a game against Purcell-Marian. League play begins next week. Here’s hoping all goes well then. WEEK 4. GOSHEN: The Warriors fell to...
WILMINGTON, OH
msn.com

Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky high school sports scores, Sept. 6-Sept. 12

The following results were provided by high school coaches or their representatives. Send results each night to prepsports@enquirer.com. Please submit Team or Athlete of the Week nominations by Monday morning for the previous week's performances to mlaughman@enquirer.com. 1/119 SLIDES © E.L. HUBBARD FOR THE ENQUIRER. Sept. 11. Football. Start the...
HIGH SCHOOL
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Week 4 Final/Photos: Wilmington 21 CHCA 6

CINCINNATI — Wilmington’s defense overwhelmed Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy Friday night to key a 21-6 win for the Hurricane. WHS held CHCA to 0 yards rushing on 20 total attempts. Darrick Perdue, Brett Brooks and Tayshon Cordy were strong up front for Wilmington. “The defense had to step up and...
WILMINGTON, OH
Dayton Daily News

HS Results 9/4

B: Vidourek 85 run (Niesen kick). B: Vidourek 1 run (Niesen kick). B: Russo 9 run (Niesen kick). B: Rawlings 40 pass from Vidourek (Niesen kick). B: Moore 15 pass from Vidourek (Warner kick). BROOKVILLE 42, BETHEL 0. Be 0 0 0 0 – 0 Br 14 21 7 0...
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Ellsworth American

Ellen V.P. Wells

Ellen V.P. Wells, formerly a resident of Crawford and Falmouth, died peacefully and of natural causes on Aug. 14, in Philadelphia, where she has resided for the past several years. She was 93. She had a busy life: Mother of three sons, William F. Newbold, David D. Newbold and F. Eugene Newbold (always called Dickey in the family, who predeceased her because of cancer).
FALMOUTH, ME
chca-oh.org

CHCA Athletics Signs Deal with TYR

Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy (CHCA) athletics has signed a 4-year agreement with TYR to be the exclusive provider of swimwear and swim products for the school’s swimming program. According to Executive Director of Athletics Bryan Fetzer, TYR, current sponsor of multiple Olympic Gold medalists, triathletes, and prestigious teams and swimming events across the world, will be providing custom uniforms, equipment, and support for the entire program.
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Bengals going on a high school football tour of Cincinnati

CINCINNATI — The Cincinnati Bengals are going on a high school football tour of Cincinnati in 2021, attending several games over the next few months. They're calling it the "Bengals High School Football Tour." The Bengals will visit 10 high school football games over the next two months. Each stop...
CINCINNATI, OH
Journal-News

High School Football: Fenwick off to strong start under new coach

The Mark Mueller era at Fenwick High School is off to a positive start and trying to build momentum. Fenwick opened the season last week with a 14-2 win over Franklin, giving Mueller a victory in his coaching debut with the Falcons. Now comes another personal test for the former...
CINCINNATI, OH
ohionewstime.com

NDCL Tennis Coach Harvey Schlager Achieves 800 Career Wins-News-Herald

The longer Harvey Schlager continues to coach, the more impressive the outcome of his career. In 2015, a longtime high school tennis coach on the east and west sides of Cleveland won his 700th career win. On August 18, when the NDCL Women’s Tennis Team defeated CVCA, Schlager notched 800.
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