by Matthew Huether

Loveland, Ohio – Loveland Women’s High School Track sends three athletes to state; Kaitlyn Andrews in the 200 meter dash, Jordan Morrison in the 300 meter hurdles and Miya Brines in the 100 meter hurdles. The OHSAA State Track meet will take place on Friday, May 31st and Saturday, June 1st at the Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium on The Ohio State University’s campus.

Loveland High School had their graduation ceremony this past Sunday, May 26th at the Cintas Center. The atmosphere was energetic, upbeat and a bit emotional as this year we said goodbye to several long time LHS staff members, who are retiring from teaching. Mrs. Swenson is retiring after 27 years of teaching Math at LHS.  Mrs. Burge is also retiring this year after 27 years of teaching at LHS and starting LHS’s Recycling Program, and Mrs. Linda Erney is retiring after 31 years of service at LHS as an Office Administrator.

Thank you to these three individuals for the positive impact that you have left on LHS. Loveland’s graduating class looks to make their impact on society and represent their alma mater with Respect, Responsibility, Integrity, and Pride, just like the did during their time at LHS.

Thank you to all of the staff at LHS and for making these last four years so memorable not just for myself but for our entire senior class.


Thank you so much Matt, for your reporting on Loveland High School Sports for us this past year. We are going to miss you and know the staff at LHS will – especially the Men’s Basketball team you served so well. Everyone at LHS has high respect and nothing but admiration for you.

Congratulation on being selected a recipient this year of a Captain Seth Mitchell Memorial Scholarship – What an honor that is! Add to that you were awarded a Chuck Schmidt Memorial Scholarship – that gym you spent so much time in is named after Mr. Schmidt!

Congratulations also for being awarded a Loveland Youth Baseball Association Scholarship, a Loveland Athletic Boosters Scholarship, an Army Reserve Scholar Athlete Award, and your Pin for your academic accomplishments.

Good luck at the University of Kentucky next fall.

Thanks for laughing when I snuck the Walnut Hills Eagle behind you last January for a photo bomb.

Best regards always,

David Miller



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