Athletes Of The Week


Rylie Wichmann

CHCA - Sophomore

Rylie brought her consistency this past week during two conference matches and a big non-conference match against Madeira. Rylie had 28 kills, nine service aces, passed a 2.3, and accumulated 13 digs.

Isabel Schomburger

Summit Country Day - Junior

Isabel, a junior co-captain,keeps getting stronger each match she plays! She is currently second in the Miami Valley Conference with 23 blocks and is fifth in the conference with 76 kills. Isabel contributed to her team's three wins last week (CCD, St. Bernard, and Lockland) with 23 kills, six solo blocks, eight aces, seven digs, two assists.

Harper Gable

Seven Hills - Freshman

Harper scored her first varsity goal Saturday against Norwood. Her presence on the field is evident, and she is improving every day. She is passionate about soccer and her coachability allows her to learn about the game and tweek her skills and abilities that she already possesses.

Hannah Gottenbusch

Summit Country Day - Senior

Hannah, a senior forward, started her first career game on Tuesday evening and responded with the game-winning goal. She also assisted a goal later in the match. Hannah followed that performance with another strong showing against CHCA on Thursday, helping Summit to the win. Several of her teammates validated her contributions Friday at training.

Lilly Reisenfeld

Cincinnati Country Day - Junior

Lilly, a junior goalie, made eight saves in a 6-0 victory over Norwood and another five saves in a 3-1 win over state-ranked Hamilton Badin. A three-sport athlete, Lilly plays basketball and softball for Country Day. The Lady Indians have moved to 7-0 and are currently ranked second in the Division III State Poll. The team will play North College Hill on Tuesday followed by Clark on Thursday.

Kaylene Lunt and Aidan Bonn

Cincinnati Christian -
Cross Country

Congratulations to CCS cross country freshman runners Kaylene (ninth place) and Aidan (thirteenth place) for their high finishes at the Hamilton Invitational on Tuesday!

Zach Trent

New Miami - Junior

Zach, a junior defensive tackle, recorded four tackles for loss and six assists in a great effort against Cincinnati Country Day. Zach, at only 135 pounds, shows that size does not matter if you have heart. His effort, along with his team, came up a little short, losing 28-20.

Suzanna Bruns

CHCA - Sophomore
Cross Country

Suzanna raced to a season-best time on a tough Seven Hills Invitational course. She is a strong part of the girls' team and supports teammates through the tough weekly workouts with her encouraging words and positive attitude. Her Christian attitude helps lead a team of girls driven to improve and begin building a cross country team, which makes a difference to all who are a part of it and to those that witness our team members.

AJ Renneker

CHCA - Junior
Cross Country

AJ raced to a season-best time on a tough Seven Hills Invitational course while leading the boys team this past week. He has been working hard to harvest the work that has been done through the early season. He is not done with the progress, but he had a good break-through race this week. He is a supportive and positive upperclassman who challenges his teammates to be their best. His Christ-like attitude helps others feel welcome and supported.

Max Creech

Seven Hills - Junior

Max, a junior setter for the Lady Stingers had 66 assists, 15 kills, and 16 digs this past week. She has over 1000 career assists ... and counting! Way to go, Max!

Lexi Adams

CHCA - Freshman

Lexi has burst onto the scene for CHCA more than filling a needed void in the defense for the team. She has effectively stopped attacking players from opposing teams while still creating attacking opportunities. She had a great game against a skilled Summit team and didn't miss a step. She continued this outstanding play against Madeira starting scoring opportunities through her ability to deliver effective passes and create opportunities.

Abby Nugent and Lynn Kader


Abby and Lynn, both freshmen, played in flight A for the city wide Coaches’ Classic in tennis. Both girls placed second (Abby in first singles division and Lynn in second singles division) giving the Lady Eagles a fourth place overall team standing in the city of Cincinnati. That was the only match that either player has lost all year.

Zykeem Hunley

St. Bernard - Sophomore

Zykeem had four catches for 42 yards and two touchdowns. He also had an Interception on defense a in the Titans' 30-26 loss to Summit Country Day.

Evan Estes

Clark Montessori - Sophomore
Cross Country

Evan dropped his time below the 18-minutes mark Saturday night in Centerville. His personal-best time of 17:31 puts him in the top ten of all runners in the history of Clark Montessori. He finished thirteenth out of 371 runners in his race.

Jillian Proctor

New Miami - Freshman

Jillian is a freshman who has had to step up and start varsity in the absence of some starting seniors. Jillian has had to play many positions including varsity setter. She has had a great attitude and hustles on the court. Jillian will be starting postsecondary classes in the spring at Miami University. Her determination and work ethic will make her successful both on and off the court.

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