Friday, September 10, 1999
CINCINNATI FOOTBALL TONIGHT
Deer Park looks for 3-0 start
BY DAVE SCHUTTE
The Cincinnati Enquirer
The leadership of 10 returning seniors has Deer Park a victory from its best start in 10 years.
The Wildcats (2-0) play Taylor tonight in a key Cincinnati Hills League game in North Bend.
We started the past two seasons with two victories but then played Wyoming and lost, Deer Park coach Mike Morgan said. It won't be easy against Taylor's run-and-shoot offense that (coach) Kevin Murphy put in this year.
Another interesting CHL game tonight matches undefeated Mariemont against undefeated Reading; undefeated Madeira plays host to undefeated Indian Hill in a Saturday game.
Against non-league opponents the first two weeks of the football season, Cincinnati Hills League teams compiled a 15-1 record.
Besides the CHL, other leagues beginning play tonight include the Greater Miami Conference, Fort Ancient Valley Conference (Cardinal and Buckeye divisions), Queen City Conference and the Miami Valley Conference.
The outcome of two Greater Miami Conference games may tell which teams will battle for the title. Undefeated Sycamore plays host to Fairfield, and Colerain visits Milford.
Winton Woods is off to a 2-0 start, but the Warriors face their stiffest test of the season tonight at Anderson in a FAVC Buckeye Division game.
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