The Oak Hills Highlanders are set to play the Colerain Cardinals in a Greater Miami Conference showdown this Friday night. The Cardinals defeated the Highlanders 40-14 last season on their way to winning their 12th consecutive GMC title and an appearance in the regional semifinals. Colerain is now 8-0 against Oak Hills since the GMC deemed the week 10 game a rivalry each year. If the Cardinals win, they will complete their 12th undefeated season in program history.


Alfred "LA" Ramsby


David Niehaus


David holds a 3.7 GPA. He works with his grandparents in a charitable organization called “God’s Dispatcher”. David is active in his church’s youth group and Sunday school. He also works with his father in a family owned business called “Out on the Limb” and with his grandparents fresh produce stand from their farm.
Daniel Kurtz

Oak Hills

Danny has a 4.0 GPA. He is a 3-year letterman on the varsity football team and a captain on the lacrosse team. He was the GMC 2nd-Team Player in 2011 and was named the Tristate Football All-Star Preseason Team. He is a member of the National Honor Society and a U-Give volunteer. He plans to major in mechanical engineering.


Dominick Goodman


Dominick was the quarterback of the 2004 state championship team that went 15-0 and capped the season off with a 50-10 win over Massillon Washington. Dominick moved on to the University of Cincinnati where he starred as a slot receiver for the Bearcats and now is the star receiver for the Cleveland Gladiators in the Arena Football League.


The Cardinals took a 10-point lead into the half. Into the 3rd quarter, the Cardinals led 27-3. Oak Hills responded right back with a touchdown of their own, and were looking to continue the momentum, but the undefeated Colerain Cardinals would not let the Highlanders back in this game. The two teams would trade two touchdowns each in the 4th, the final one coming with less than a minute in the game by Oak Hills to make the final score Colerain - 48, Oak Hills - 29.