Athletes Of The Week


Emma Robinson

Cincinnati Country Day - Junior

Emma has demonstrated the values that TEAM is more important than individual goals. Over the course of the year, she has played every position except goalie. Her versatility has allowed the team to adjust to different injuries or team formations. Last week as a defender, she helped CCDS defeat Summit 4-0 and Clinton Massie 7-0 to finish the regular season undefeated and as MVC Champions. The team moved to 11-0-4 and will begin the defense of its State Championship on Saturday.

Margret Schnirring

Seven Hills - Freshman

Margret has become a fierce outside back. She works hard everyday. She isn’t afraid of a hard tackle, and you will often see her in the attack. Margret is focused and determined, and we are excited for the next few years with her.

Rebecca Bresnahan

Clark Montessori - Senior
Cross Country

Once again, Rebecca ran incredibly well with a strong race at the MVC Championships where she placed second overall. This is the highest finish at the Conference Meet for a member of the Clark girls' team!

El Bowling and Kaitlyn Uffman

Cincinnati Christian -

In the last week of conference play, El surpassed her 1000 assist mark on her career and is now totaling 1111 career assists (as a junior). Being our varsity setter, she gets a touch on the ball during every play and has stepped up this season in leading the court. She put up 55 assists this past week, 24 digs, and five aces. El’s ballhandling helped the Lady Cougars go 2-1 on the week. El shares the MVC Athlete of the Week honor with our six-rotation middle hitter, Kaitlyn Uffman. Kaitlyn, also a junior, stepped up her defense this past week and picked up every ball in sight. She put up 28 digs during her time in the back row. She also added 22 kills and posted nine blocks for the week. Kaitlyn’s blocking and overall defense also helped her squad go 2-1 this week.

Jackson Davis and William Kuhlman

Cross Country

Jackson, a senior, won the MVC Cross Country Championships individual title on Wednesday at Seven Hills' course in a winning time of 17:32.54. Congratulations Jackson! William, a sophomore, has been running as our number-two runner this season behind a strong senior (Jackson). William brings a toughness to our team and is working hard to move deep into the postseason. He has run twice at 19:00 and is looking to become an 18-minute 5K runner this week. He is a multi-sport athlete and helps the CHCA community with his quiet leadership and compassion. William is a blessing to have on our team this season!

Riley Sauer

CHCA - Freshman
Cross Country

Riley, a freshman, has a senior sister (Sam, a past Athlete of the Week recipient) who is a strong part of our leadership team at CHCA, so following in her steps could be a little daunting, if you let it. Riley does not let it! She has been making great progress this season and is closing down time to finish nearer Sam. Riley is racing well and is looking to help the Lady Eagles move on past this weekend (District). She is a fun addition to our team and works tirelessly toward betterment! Riley is a blessing to her team and the CHCA community!

Katharine Clayton

CHCA - Sophomore

KC, a sophomore libero, has filled big shoes with taking over the libero spot on the team. Her passing consistency in matches this week, ending with Lebanon, greatly impacted the team’s success. The CHCA squad will need this first-contact consistency leading into the postseason tournament. KC also leads an SOS group, Canines for Christ!

Nallisa Segrist-Bellamah

Norwood - Senior

Nallisa scored a pair of fantastic goals against Reading. She has been leading the charge all season for the Lady Indians in each game no matter what her role is.

Trey Robinette

New Miami - Senior

Trey, a senior quarterback, had 18 carries for 230 yards and four touchdowns. He was also 12-for-18 with 140 yards passing with two touchdowns. He added a two-point conversion, leading the Vikings to their first-ever playoff victory - a 40-25 win over visiting Fayetteville-Perry.

Anthony Sexton and Yesenia Vivar

St. Bernard -
Cross Country

Anthony, a senior, and Yesenia, a freshman, each earned All-MVC Second Team recognition.

Fatou Reed

Clark Montessori - Junior

Fatou returned to play this week and played hard for her team against Deer Park. She has emerged as a strong leader and hardworking player. We are happy to have her back.

Don'Shelle Guinn

North College Hill - Senior

Don'Shelle is a senior setter who finished with 11 aces and 12 kills in the victory against CCPA on October 14. That was the perfect ending to her Senior Night at North College Hill.

St. Bernard Football Trio

St. Bernard -

Leni Thornton, a senior running back and defensive lineman, had 25 carries for 155 yards (6.1 yards a carry) and three touchdowns. Zykeem Hunley, a senior wide receiver, quarterback, and defensive back, was 6-of-9 passing for 103 yards, ran for 61 yards on 14 carries and two touchdowns, and had three tackles and a pair of interceptions at safety. Last but not least, Jaden Wood, a senior wide receiver and defensive end, recorded eight tackles, seven catches for 85 yards, and had a punting average over 35 yards filling in for Isaac Drew who was injured. He also caught three PAT's and ran for one PAT. After being down 21-0, the kids did a great job coming back to win 38-27. A Great TEAM Win!

Logan Huber and Evan Webb

Roger Bacon -

Junior quarterback Logan Huber was 5-for-5 passing for 140 yards and three touchdowns in the Spartans' playoff win over Carlisle. Senior linebacker Evan Webb added 12.5 tackles, one tackle for loss, and a forced fumble.

Kelsey Foley

Summit Country Day - Freshman

Kelsey, a freshman libero, is a first-year varsity starter who has managed to rack up 372 digs and 34 aces. Expect to see big things from her over the next three years.

Amelia Arthurs and Saylor Brock


Amelia, a senior, showed the ultimate sportsmanship this past week in our win over North College Hill. At the end of the match, one of the North College Hill players was injured. Amelia put the player on her back and carried her to the NCH bench. The sportsmanship exhibited is exemplary of what we strive for all players to show on and off the field. Saylor, a sophomore, was a key factor in our win over Seven Hills. Saylor's versatility and ability to shut down opposing key players allowed us to keep Seven Hills scoreless and to win the match.

Aniya Lattimore

North College Hill - Junior

Aniya has shown immense perseverance this soccer season. She is a great budding defender who is able to take feedback and apply it in real time. Aniya's coach and teammates are so proud of her and her ability to balance soccer and other responsibilities. Congratulations Aniya!

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