Friday, September 17, 1999
CINCINNATI HIGH SCHOOL HIGHLIGHTS
Indian Hill golfers eke out win
The Cincinnati Enquirer
It was win or forget about the Cincinnati Hills League boys golf championship for the Indian Hill Braves Thursday at Glenview Golf Course.
Led by Mark Zanotti's 1-under-par 35, Indian Hill registered a 155-157 victory over previously undefeated Wyoming to pull within one point of the Cowboys in the standings.
I told the guys before the match that if they shot a 160, we would probably win, Indian Hill coach Jim Benken said. They came through better than I expected.
Wyoming's Matt Puhalla took medalist honors with a 2-under 34 on the West Course, but the difference was the 40s shot by Braves Todd Block, Bear Tullis and Dan Schmitt.
Today's victory makes Saturday's (CHL) Tournament (at Miami Whitewater) meaningful, Benken said. If we win Saturday and Wyoming finishes second, we'll tie, assuming both teams win out the remainder of the season.
Since the CHL was formed nearly 20 years ago, Indian Hill has won every boys golf championship except in 1996.
VOLLEYBALL: Coming off an emotional victory over St.Ursula on Tuesday, the Mount Notre Dame volleyball team suffered a letdown and fell prey to McAuley 15-13, 9-15, 15-11.
This was a great way to get our first win, McAuley coach Lynne Morris said. We were ranked No.2 in the city (preseason), and this takes the pressure off us. We can now start over.
Morris pointed to sophomore Kristen Rust (eight blocks) and senior Cammi Welter (12 kills) as key players in the victory.
BOYS SOCCER: Matt Begley's goal seven minutes into the game and outstanding goal tending by Brian Burnett enabled undefeated Kings to defeat Cincinnati Country Day 1-0.
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