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  • Writer's pictureBen Hicks

Loveland High School 2023 In Review - Pt. 2

September 23rd - Homecoming

Student council held Tangled-themed Homecoming outside in the warm air of late September. Although the theme was hotly contested by members of the senior class, the event was enjoyed by many.

October 5th - Boys Golf Captures ECC Championship

Led by senior Anthony Moran (12), the golf team captured their first ECC Championship in program history. The accomplished group qualified for districts and had five golfers place on all-conference teams. David Allan also won Coach of the Year.

October 14th - Cross Country Champions

The Tigers continued their cross country domination, as the boys and the girls each captured their third consecutive league titles. Caroline Murnan (10) was the individual champion on the girls side, and Ronan Wolfer (10) was the individual champion on the boys side.

October 14th - Marching Band Grand Champions

The LHS Marching Band enjoyed one of their greatest campaigns in the 2023 autumn. At the Dawson Bryant Individual, the band was named Grand Champions, and also took home coveted awards, including Best Color Guard, Best Overall General Effect, Best Overall Music, Best Overall Visual, and Best Overall Percussion.

October 17th - Boys Soccer Playoffs at Milford

Closing out our twelve notable events of the year is boys soccer’s nail-biting playoff clash against Milford. After losing to the Eagles earlier in the season, Ian Ciric (12)’s golden goal with 48 seconds remaining in overtime lifted the Tigers to a 2-1 triumph and the next round of the OHSAA Playoffs.

October 28th - Football Hosts Playoff Game

After the first winning regular season since the state championship team of 2013, Loveland High School football hosted rival Kings for the first playoff game at Tiger Stadium in over a decade. Although the 8-seeded Tigers were outlasted by the Knights, the energy and atmosphere at Tiger Stadium for playoff football was unrivaled, and embodied the spirit of LHS. 

November 8th - Senior DC Trip

After missing the highly anticipated 8th grade trip to Washington, DC due to the 2020 outbreak of COVID-19, Loveland High School seniors finally took on the nation’s capital for a fun four day trip with classmates and administrators. The seniors experienced all the quintessential monuments along the Potomac, and also took a late night cruise, before stopping by Gettysburg on the route home. The mid-November excursion is sure to be atop the list of high school experiences for many of this year’s graduating seniors.

All in all, 2023 was quite the year for the Tigers of Loveland High School, and 2024 should have no shortage of continuing excitement.

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