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2018 Schedule is out!

posted Feb 16, 2018, 5:44 AM by Eric Rothwell


Boys Soccer Frustrated by Little Miami

posted Sep 1, 2017, 6:43 AM by Eric Rothwell



By Nathan Yared



In preview to this game, both teams are really looking for a win. Early in this season, both teams only have one game. Walnut Hills(WHills), started with a tie against Wyoming that went down to the wire, but ultimately ended 0-0. Little Miami(LMiami), on the other hand started a little more disappointingly with a 3-1 loss to Milford. So, as said before, both teams really need to wipe away their first game and get a win here.


WHills start with a 4-1-4-1 formation, while LMiami start with a 4-2-3-1. Early in the first half, WHills gets a free kick about 5 yards out of the 18 yard box, which ends up just as high. As the game continues WHills looks like the dominating force, but LMiami seem to hold their own. Off of a LMiami goal kick, WHills is able to send a dangerous cross in but is stopped by the keeper. This allows LMiami to have a quick breakaway, which seems to be all they can get at his point. This attempt is then, stopped by WHills centreback. As the game goes WHills still continues to get more and more shots off, but none fall in their favor. As the game reaches its quarter mark, the game seems to even out. LMiami gets more shots off, but WHills is still aggressive as ever upfront, putting LMiami on their heels. With the half closing, WHills reasserts its dominance and LMiami now has to defend more than they were before. The half finally closes with the scoreline 0-0, but the game looks far from.


At the beginning of the second half, WHills starts off as they ended the previous half, but LMiami has plenty of early chances inside the 18. These are all ultimately shot wide or saved by the keeper. Around 10 min into the half, WHills gets another free kick about 28 yards out. They decide to take no time and immediately lay it off for a shot. The shot is low, so is blocked by the crowd in the middle of the 18. The half reaches its midpoint and the game now seems to be anybody’s. As WHills is getting their shots off, LMiami is going just as hard. After this, the game goes back to being almost one-sided, in WHills favor. This, though, did not take LMiami out of the game. They took the chances they got, but this all proved worthless and the game ended 0-0.


Girls JH Team Announced

posted Aug 6, 2017, 12:35 PM by Eric Rothwell

Congratulations to those girls who made the jr. high team.  Coach Smith will be in touch soon.


Walnut Hills 2017 JH Girls SoccerTeam


Name

Grade

Kaylaa Betts

8

Lily Brennan

8

Mariah Couch

8

Katie DiPaola

8

Holly Fryburger

7

Taylor Gordon

8

Grace Kaufman

8

Lily Koontz

7

Cecilia McGovern

8

Kayla McGraw

8

Ella Morris

8

Gabrielle Nelson

7

Molly Pentecost

7

Sanii Reynolds

7

Sophie Roberto

8

Megan Scudder

7

Kate Smith

8

Sophia Smolinski

7

Anna Strasser

8

Anika Vockell

7

Kylie White

7

Phoebe Wright

8

Girls Soccer Rosters Announced

posted Aug 3, 2017, 10:24 AM by Eric Rothwell

Walnut Hills Women Soccer Varsity Team
First NameLast NameGrade
Kamryn Keehan10
EmmaMartyniuk10
IsabelleDancer12
OliviaHollis10
TaylorCummingham9
FrancieFixler11
RehmeLeanza11
MearahBridges12
TamarSella9
AudreyKaiser9
SafiaLudwig12
KaitlinColeman11
ErinEagan11
RosemaryAiraldi11
MaggieCavellier11
Emma Waters11
SofiGuven11
AllyssaMcGraw11
JessicaHutzel9
ErinKoch9
AllysonGarth11
Walnut Hills Women Soccer Junior-Varsity Team
First NameLast NameGrade
JalynnMarshall9
MadisonKrauser9
CluadiaQuintaba9
ZoeDreschler9
EmilyMehnert10
LilaSuggs9
ReillyCurp9
EvaSchomaeker10
MarleyFryburger9
MaryLeonardi9
BaileyBrant10
CarolineBeesten9
EstelleVogt9
ChristinaSifri9
MiaHuber9
MiaRoemnild9
CabriaBanks9
LindsayYoung9
PenelopeWarm9
MaddieBarnes9
AllisonKeller10

Boys JH

posted Aug 2, 2017, 6:11 PM by Eric Rothwell

Congratulations to the players who made the fall team this year.  We had a lot of tough decisions and we want to say thank you to everyone who did tryout. As I have told the kids today, there are kids on the varsity who were cut previously and worked their way on to the team.  All players are welcome to join us for the off-season in December.   For those players who made the program, start next week and Coach Kendall will be taking over coaching till Aug 12, when I return from vacation.

Below is the roster for the fall.

First Name Last Name Graduation Year
Jeremiah Valentine 2023
Trey Gross 2022
Maecon Yared 2023
Zyaire Odom 2023
Nikhil Kothari 2022
Gregory Ross 2023
Andrew Dotterweich 2023
Grayden Dunn 2023
Justin Chan 2022
Bron Dietz 2022
Asheton Hannah 2022
Kevin Rigney 2022
Llewelyn Grant 2022
Julian Nutter 2022
William Otten 2022
Andrew Krall 2022
Robert Walters 2022
William Fuchs 2022

Boys Soccer Rosters

posted Aug 1, 2017, 7:54 PM by Eric Rothwell

Congratulations to the players who made the fall team this year.  We had a lot of tough decisions.  Remember if you didn't make the team you wanted, keep working on your game.  Also, remember players may be moved up and down throughout the season.   All players are welcome to join us for the off-season in December.   For those players who made the program, wear navy tomorrow for training 5pm - 6:45pm at Marx.  

Boys HS Soccer
First NameLast Nameteam
Varsity
SenaAddachivarsity
AlecBensmanvarsity
Nick Frenchvarsity
CalebHallvarsity
KollHastingsvarsity
GarrettHendersonvarsity
JasonHipskindvarsity
ElliotHullvarsity
BrandonJonesvarsity
MaximilianKaminskivarsity
ColinMalottvarsity
WalterMarasvarsity
CollinMorenovarsity
SpencerPersonvarsity
CalebPricevarsity
SpencerShroyervarsity
GraysonSommervarsity
WestonThweattvarsity
WesleyWolfvarsity
NoahZiembavarsity
Jv Eagles
FinnBialesjv eagles
MichaelBlessingjv eagles
ElliotClarkejv eagles
EthanEspasadinjv eagles
EmmanuelGebremeskeljv eagles
AndrewGoeringjv eagles
CharlieHamannjv eagles
LeoHartmannjv eagles
OwenHipskindjv eagles
IsaiahJacksonjv eagles
AlexLevyjv eagles
NoahLevyjv eagles
RaviNewmanjv eagles
BraedenPricejv eagles
TimothyRigneyjv eagles
HenryRoetkerjv eagles
BeauSchureckjv eagles
CharlesStewardjv eagles
SeanSullivanjv eagles
JV Blue
SamuelBartosjv blue
ElliottBrandicourtjv blue
JustinBrownjv blue
NicholasCarterjv blue
TimothyColemanjv blue
JasonDargatzjv blue
LoganGlaserjv blue
DavidGroverjv blue
HenryHattemerjv blue
EvanHighsmithjv blue
QuinnLeanzajv blue
JonathanLevyjv blue
LoganLintzjv blue
CalebLipscombjv blue
QuynnMaibenjv blue
Roque HarryReblandojv blue
EitoSchwartzjv blue
ChristianTaylorjv blue
DillonVorherrjv blue
JakeemWilmontjv blue

Boys Soccer to Open on Friday Night Lights

posted Jul 7, 2017, 8:42 PM by Eric Rothwell



Boys soccer will continue there season opening rivalry with Wyoming this year on Friday August 18th at 7pm (jv eagles at 5pm).  With Football not started yet, boys soccer will be showcased on a Friday preceded by a tailgate for students.  We hope to make it a special start to the season.  Wyoming also has a talent squad and promises to be an exciting game.    The past two years have seen both schools share the spoils. We look forward to a new tradition to opening the soccer season! 

Walnut Hills Boys Soccer seeks Assistant Coach / GK Trainer

posted May 8, 2017, 6:30 AM by Eric Rothwell   [ updated May 8, 2017, 6:40 AM ]



Boys Soccer GK / Assistant Coach
Walnut Hills Boys soccer is seeking a highly motivated, energetic, and knowledgeable assistant coach/ Goal Keeper Coach.  Walnut Hills is D1 Program with 3,000 students who attend and has a Jr. High built into the campus.  The Niche Report recently ranked Walnut Hills as the second best high school in Ohio for the student athlete. Our facilities include two turf fields lined for soccer, one of which is world-cup dimensions, indoor training facility, two hardwood gyms, pool, and a state-of- the-art Fitness Center.   



Responsibilities
  • Coach 2-3 goalkeeping sessions weekly during the season
  • Effectively communicate with parents, players, administration, and coaching staff about weekly happenings
  • Implement spring and summer skill, strength, and conditioning program specific to goalkeepers 
  • Infuse passion of the game into your players
Opportunities 
  • Ability to learn from highly qualified staff 
  • Ability to work with a great crop of keepers and athletes who are committed to the game
  • Reimbursement for soccer education
  • Ability to network with several clubs 
  • Access to great facilities
  • Ability to work specific goal keeper camps, summer camps and futsal camps for extra income

All interested candidates, should send resume and references to Eric Rothwell at rothwell.e@gmail.com or  937-829-2305

Free Youth Clinic and Youth Summer Camp dates announced

posted Mar 28, 2017, 10:46 AM by Eric Rothwell

Walnut Hills will be holding a FREE Youth Clinic open to the all players and teams in grades K-6 on April 13th 6:30-8:00pm at Walnut Hills High Schools South Field.  We hope to inspire all local players and coaches as they begin their spring seasons!    Several small sided games and activities will be run by Walnut Hills coaching staff and high school players.   We recommend that all teams wear their uniforms, so they can be easily found among others.   Players should bring a ball, shin guards, socks, cleats, and water.    No sign up necessary!



Also Walnut Hills will be holding its 9th Annual Youth Camp this summer June 12th-15th 6pm -8pm.    Online Registration is available here

Walnut Hills Soccer Stag - Jan 20th

posted Jan 8, 2017, 3:40 PM by Eric Rothwell   [ updated Jan 12, 2017, 11:08 AM ]




Mitch says NO way you want to miss this special night!  Jan 20th  will be a special evening to help support both boys and girls soccer at Walnut Hills. There will food and drinks with feature guest speaker from FC Cincinnati Mitch Hildebrandt, USL's GK of the Year!  Come Join us for a night of fun and an special experience to here his journey to becoming a standout professional.






















































































































































































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