Indian Hill High School wins first-ever Girls Track & Field State Championship

State Champion Indian Hill Braves

Compete as one; work as a team; win as a family – that was the slogan for the Indian Hill High School (IHHS) Track Team … and the student-athletes lived it until the end. The team won the school’s first-ever State Championship during the 2019 Girls Division II State Track and Field Meet held Friday, May 31, and Saturday, June 1, at The Ohio State University – breaking both state and school records along the way. 

“I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to work with such a talented and dedicated group of young women,” said Indian Hill High School Coach Susan Savage. “The 2019 season has been an incredible journey. I am so proud to be a Brave!”

Awards included:
Meghan O’Brien, Ellie Podojil, Elizabeth Whaley, and Anna Podojil: 1600 Relay, State Champions and new state record 
Anna Podojil: 400 Meter Dash, State Champion and new IHHS school record; 200M, third; 100 M, sixth
Meghan O’Brien, Claudia Hollander, Amy Prugh, and Elizabeth Whaley: 3200M relay, sixth and new IHHS school record
Elizabeth Whaley: 1600M, fourth and new IHHS school record
Ellie Podojil: 300M Hurdles, third and new IHHS school record

“Indian Hill has had many great student-athletes over the years, but to have so many elite student-athletes compete together is a once-in-a- career opportunity to witness,” said IHHS Athletic Director Matt Haskamp. “For the team, this is a culmination of their hard work throughout both this school year and their entire athletic careers. It is our first team State Track and Field Championship, and five new school records were set. This was a perfect ending to an incredible year for Indian Hill athletics, and we are so proud of these Braves!”
Photo caption: State Champion Indian Hill Braves during the State Track and Field Competition at The Ohio State University.