"For the second time Grandview holds the county title," read a quote from a Columbus Dispatch article, referring to the Grandview Heights girls basketball team of 1923. The team went on to play in the Cincinnati tournament, disposing of tournament favorite Hughes High School, only to lose to "a team of lesser quality," Franklin High School. The Cincinnati Community News reported that the Grandview team was regarded as the "dark horse" and the captain of the team, Marie Grubb, appeared at the tournament carrying a toy black horse. Pictured here are team captain Marie Grubb and her team: Doris Rains, Frances Ward, Lucille Hoferkamp, Ruth Walters, Marguerite Droke, Tracy Julian, Dorothy Adams, Annabelle Ward, Ruth Semans and coach Ira Adams. This picture appears in the second annual yearbook of Grandview Heights High School, published in 1923.

"For the second time Grandview holds the county title," read a quote from a Columbus Dispatch article, referring to the Grandview Heights girls basketball team of 1923. The team went on to play in the Cincinnati tournament, disposing of tournament favorite Hughes High School, only to lose to "a team of lesser quality," Franklin High School. The Cincinnati Community News reported that the Grandview team was regarded as the "dark horse" and the captain of the team, Marie Grubb, appeared at the tournament carrying a toy black horse. Pictured here are team captain Marie Grubb and her team: Doris Rains, Frances Ward, Lucille Hoferkamp, Ruth Walters, Marguerite Droke, Tracy Julian, Dorothy Adams, Annabelle Ward, Ruth Semans and coach Ira Adams. This picture appears in the second annual yearbook of Grandview Heights High School, published in 1923.