After a rocky start to the season the Lady Tigers won a pair of games in January, with one against Northwest, and conference victory over Turpin. Currently, Loveland is being led by freshman forward Julia Copfer who is averaging 10.7 points a game and 7.4 rebounds. The Lady Tigers next home game is Wed. January 23rd against rival Milford.
Loveland wrestling is grappling strong as they are tops in the ECC and 10th in the state of Ohio. Out of the 14 weight classes in the ECC a Tiger is one of the top 2 wrestlers in 13 of them. Currently, the Tigers are led by Gunnar Lay who holds a record of 18-1 and is the number 2 wrestler in the state at the 182 pound weight division. Wed. January 23rd the Tigers will start their run at the OHSAA State Team Duals.
The Men are well into their season placing fourth in every medley and relay the ECC has to offer. Top performers include diver, Cameron Spicer, and swimmers Daniel McCarthy and Kyle Michelfelder. They will compete this Saturday at the Countryside YMCA.
The Lady Tigers are off on a strong season as well coming in 4th in every medley and relay the ECC has to offer, besides the 400 yard freestyle relay where they are third. Top performers for them include Kate Randall, Alexis Czulewicz, and Megan Day. Kate is 1st in the ECC in the 100 yard freestyle, and Megan is 3rd in the 100 yard backstroke. Alexis is the top female diver in the ECC.
The men tops in the ECC with a record of 7-2 in conference. They are riding a 4 game win streak with wins against Reading, Turpin, and two against Milford. Top performers are Kyle Schweer, and Danny Tringelhof who are in the ECC’s top 5.
The Lady Tigers are 3rd in the ECC with a conference record of 8-2. They have won 4 of their last 5 with victories over Reading, Milford, and two against Turpin. Top performers are Rachel Leever, and Kassie Knaughton.
The studious Tigers are off to an even 2-2 record with both wins against Glen Este. Their next home match is Thursday, January 24th against 3-1 Turpin.