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Girls Junior Varsity Golf, Girls Varsity Golf · Indians Finish Off Middies on Senior Night


The Indians finished off Middletown by a score of 181-213 on senior night at South Trace.  Senior Tori Ferree was medalist with a score of 42 and Senior Jordan Woelfel had a 51.  Rachel Whitaker had a 43 and Jackie Luckadoo had a 46 while Sydney Cocola carded a 50.  The girls’ golf program is very grateful for the contributions of Tori and Jordan.  Good luck to you in your future endeavors and thanks for all you have given through the years.
The Indians will be playing at Hamilton Elks on September 29 for the Sectional Tournament.  The top four teams will advance to the District Tournament held the following week.

 


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Indians News · Athlete of the Week Sept 15 – Sept 21 – TORI FERREE (SR) – Golf


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” At the GMC Tournament, Tori was named 1st Team All-League and led the Indians in scoring with a two round total of 171. Tori has also been the medalist in three matches in the last few weeks and currently ranks 13th in the GMC in scoring.”
Coach Craig Harden


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Indians News · Athlete of the Week Sept 15 – Sept 21 – ALEXANDRA POWELL (JR) – Soccer


powell“Alex is an extremely talented young player. Her combination of technical abilities and effort make her a very dangerous player. She has had a phenomenal start to the season. Alex currently stands tied for 2nd in points in the GMC with 25. She has netted 11 goals and 3 assists this year. This past week Alex had 5 goals and helped the Indians defeat #6 ranked Lakota East. We expect great things from Alex!”

Coach Patrick O’Leary


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Girls Junior Varsity Golf, Girls Varsity Golf · Girls Golf Update


Indians split with Colerain and Lakota East
The girls golf team played a close match with Colerain and Lakota East At South Trace on Monday.  Colerain finished with a score of 180 which beat the Indians score of 188 and the 194 from East.  Leading the way for Fairfield was medalist Tori Ferree with a 42 while Rachel Whitaker (45), Sydney Cocola (50) and Lexie Nell (51) rounded out the scoring.  The Indians take on the Big Blue of Hamilton on Tuesday at South Trace.

 

Big Red defeat Big Blue
The Indians, led by medalist Rachel Whitaker’s 40, defeated Hamilton by a score of 186-204.  Tori Ferree followed with a 45 while fellow senior Jordan Woelfel carded a 50.  Jackie Luckadoo completed the scoring with her 51.  The girls close out their season against Middletown on Wednesday at South Trace.  The golf program will be saying goodbye to two seniors, Tori Ferree and Jordan Woelfel, on Wednesday as they have one last tuneup before the sectional tournament on September 29.

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Multiple Teams · Winter Cheer Tryout Information


TRYOUT PAPERWORK
Pre-Tryout Informational Meeting
Tuesday, October 14th 7 PM for ALL candidates (7-12) and parents
Please bring an Emergency Medical Form.
In the Fairfield Freshman School cafeteria

PAPER WORK WILL BE TURNED IN AT THE FIRST CLINIC. NO ONE WILL BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE IN CLINICS OR TRYOUTS WITHOUT AN EMA

Clinic Dates
October 27, 28 and 29
Grades 7-9 FFS Café 3-4:30PM
Grades 10-12 FFS Café 4:30-6PM

Tryouts: Nov 1 9 AM – 11 AM (Grades 7-9)
11 AM – 1 PM (Grades 10-12)


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Multiple Teams · Girls Varsity Volleyball – Volley for the Cure Night


10624892_10203731296016322_8057736112447656453_nThe girls’ volleyball program swept Hamilton last night bringing varsity’s record to 14-2 on the season and 5-1 in the GMC.  Not only did the girls battle on the court but they battled for Dr. Kimberly Koss and the “Blazes of Bravery Campaign” raising money to help support her fight with breast cancer.  The team would like to thank all those who attended the event (especially our loud cheering section) and all those who supported the cause.  The Lady Indians look to keep their win streak rolling when they return to action tomorrow night to play at Lebanon.


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Multiple Teams · Girls Varsity Volleyball


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The Lady Indians won last night 3-1 over Walnut Hills extending their record to 13-2 on the season. Posting a rare triple-double was senior stand-out Lexy Thomas who finished with 10 aces, 13 digs and 24 assists. Leading the offense was Rayna Sayles who totaled 9 kills, 3 aces and 2 blocks and leading the defense was Olivia Faraci who tallied 2 aces, 2 assists and 17 digs. TONIGHT – Fairfield hosts its annual Volley for the Cure Game against GMC rival Hamilton. At 4-1 in the GMC, every GMC game is huge but tonight is different. The Lady Indians will not only battle on the volleyball court, they are battling cancer as well. Please show your support by helping them raise money for Dr. Kimberly Koss and the “Blazes of Bravery Campaign” by not only attending the game but also participating in our raffle and door prizes. We will defeat breast cancer!!


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Girls Junior Varsity Golf, Girls Varsity Golf · Girls Golf Update


Indians Split Tri-match
The Indians lost to Mason and beat Middletown at Weatherwax golf course on Monday.  The weather changed in the middle of the round to make things interesting.  Rachel Whitaker led the way with a 40 while Tori Ferree came in with a 45.  Rounding out the scoring for the Indians was Jordan Woelfel and Jackie Luckadoo with scores of 50.  

 

Fairfield Finishes 6th at GMC Tourney
Over two days, the Indians found themselves trying to keep the scores low but their run fell short.  The Indians finished with scores of 382 and 380 which left them in 6th place out of the 10 teams.  Tori Ferree made the first team all league with her scores of 85 and 86.  Rachel Whitaker earned second team honors with scores of 95 and 92.  The Indians have three matches this week in preparation for the Sectional tournament being held at the Hamilton Elks golf course on September 29.

 


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Coed Varsity Cross Country · Boys and Girls Cross-Country Cedarville University Friendship Invitational Results


The Boys and Girls Cross-Country teams competed this past weekend at the Cedarville University Friendship Invitational.

The boys team was led by sophomore Zach Birdsall who finished first in the Division 1 grouping. Completing the top 5 scoring runners to finish 4th out of 12 teams were senior Kevin Conrad, sophomore Evan Trentmen, senior Ryan Rhad and junior Seth Phillips.

The girls team finished 9th of 14 teams and were led in scoring by sophomore Lawren Burch, junior Lauren Deitzer, senior Allie Fields, senior Emily Steiner and freshmen Anna Chambers.

In their next race the teams compete at the Fairmont Invitational in Kettering on Saturday, September 27.