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On Saturday May, 18 , Chaminade Julienne Women's Track team took home the the District Title. Congratulations!!!!!

This list is courtesy of Shelby Dermer, James Webber, 

John Snodgrass and Jon Richardson of the Cincinnati Enquirer.


Ohio Division II

First team

C.J. Napier, Fenwick

Honorable mention

Badin: Justin Pappas

Fenwick: A.J. Braun

McNicholas: Josh Burkhardt

Roger Bacon: Jerimiah Flowers

Ohio Division III

Coach of the Year

Scott Kerr, Purcell Marian — Kerr guided Purcell Marian to its first regional title and state championship game appearance since 2000 as the Cavaliers went 24-5. Purcell Marian finished as the D-III state runner-up and Kerr was named the Coach of the Year in the GCL Coed's Central Division. 


First team

Alex Dotson, Purcell Marian

AJ Garrett, Purcell Marian

Honorable mention

Purcell Marian: Javonta Lyons

Ohio Division II

Coach of the Year 

Joe Finnegan, Roger Bacon — Finnegan led Roger Bacon to a 20-5 record, a Greater Catholic League Co-Ed Central Division title and a sectional championship. 


First team

Emma Broermann, Badin

Kylee Sheppard, Roger Bacon

Second team

Emily Byrne, McNicholas

Clarissa Craig, Roger Bacon

Honorable mention

Badin: Shelby Nusbaum

McNicholas: Julia Brune

Ohio Division III

Player of the Year

Amil Ali-Shakir, Purcell Marian — Ali-Shakir, a first-team All-Ohio selection, averaged 13.3 points per game last season, helping lead the Cavaliers to a 22-6 record and a district championship.

Coach of the Year

Jamar Mosley, Purcell Marian — In just his second season, Mosley steered Purcell Marian to its first district title since 2003 and a regional final appearance.

First team

Amil Ali-Shakir, Purcell Marian

Sha’Dai Hale, Purcell Marian

Honorable mention

Purcell Marian: Kya Dukes

Credit To Fenwick Athletic Department:

Coach Kelven Moss begins his tenure at Fenwick coming off great success at Miami University of Hamilton. During his three years as the Head Men's Basketball Coach at Miami University Hamilton he achieved great success. In his first year, Moss led the Harriers to a 22-10 record and their first outright conference championship in twenty years, but came up short in the Conference Championship game. In his second season, he led the Harriers to a 23-11 record, outright conference champions, and capped the season off as Conference Tournament Champions. During his final season, his team finished 19-6, 17-0 in the conference, and Conference Tournament Champions, bringing his overall three-year record at Miami University Hamilton to 64 wins and 27 losses as head coach.


Coach Moss is a graduate of Middletown High School class of 2001. Coach Moss achieved many accomplishments as a high school athlete: 1st team All-Butler County, District 15 All-Star, First Team All-Area, 3 year Varsity Letterman, Cincinnati Enquirer Honorable Mention, and Cincinnati Post Honorable Mention. During his time at Middletown High School, he was fortunate to be coached one year by the great John Rossi, Fenwick grad, who continues to be a mentor and father figure to him.


Moss is a graduate of Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tennessee with a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education and Health. During his time at Cumberland University his 2003-2004 team stamped school history with the most school wins 28-6, first ever conference champs, first ever NAIA national tournament appearance, and first ever making it to the NAIA sweet sixteen. The team’s 2003-2004 best record still holds today. Coach Moss earned a Master’s of Science Degree in Coaching and Athletic Administration from Concordia University in Irvine, California.

Coach Moss has 13 years of coaching experience and 9 years of experience coaching basketball at the high school level. He has coached at Espiritu Community and Development High School in Phoenix, Arizona, where he was the Head Varsity Coach. Coach Moss has also coached at Middletown High School as a junior varsity boy’s head coach, and varsity boy’s assistant coach. While on staff at Middletown High school he had the experience to win a GMC Championship, District Title, and losing a heart breaker in the Regional Finals to the Farfield Indians in the 2012-13 state tournament.  Coach Moss then transitioned as the girls’ varsity head coach where he led his team with the most wins since 1987-88, and their first tourney win in 20 years. Coach Moss is currently in the top ten in wins and fifth in winning percentage in school history at Middletown High School in girls’ basketball.  Coach Moss is currently working as an Assistant Director of Operations at Marshall High School in Middletown, OH.

In addition, to his duties as MUH Head Basketball coach, Coach Moss also serves as a basketball course instructor at Miami University Hamilton and the head basketball coach for the 17u Apex Basketball Club Silver Adidas Gauntlet. He is very excited to play a vital role in the development of young men in the Bishop Fenwick basketball program. He believes athletics can be used to teach life lessons that can be used to help student- athletes fulfill their calling into today’s society.

Coach Moss is married to his wife Lindsey, who live in Liberty Township with their three children, Navy (1), Lakin (3) and Isaiah (11) who are all excited about joining the Falcon basketball family.

Carroll Girls' Head Basketball Coach, Cecilia was named 2019 Division II Coach of the Year. Grosselin led the Patriots to one of their best seasons in school history, matching the program’s best finish as the OHSAA D-II State Runners-up (2011). The Patriots’ 27-3 record is the best winning percentage in program history (.900). The Patriots also won the Greater Catholic League Co-ed Championship, Braggin’ Rights Classic, and Kings Holiday Tournament in the 2019 season.

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