Athletes Of The Week
Zach Beltz and Keller HarrisonCincinnati Christian Bowling
Keller, a freshman, shot a PR game and two-game series against Purcell Marian with a 278 and 215 for a 493 series touting a 195 average. Zach, a senior, put up a very solid week with a 460 series, a 475 series, and a 503 series, raising his season average to 232.2.
Cincinnati Christian Boys Basketball TrioCincinnati Christian Basketball
Senior Matthew Cardwell scored nine points and dished out a school-record 15 assists in Friday's match-up with New Miami. Junior Brandon Rogers added 16 points and five rebounds, while junior Alex Buschman tallied 12 points, including 4-for-4 from three-point range.
Charis MeldrimSenior, Cincinnati Christian Bowling
Charis shot a PR game on Thursday against Norwood of a 182 for a 333 series. She then broke it on Friday with a 194 and a 366 series to set her PR high series as well.
Jillian ShermanFreshman, Cincinnati Christian Swimming
Jillian is a freshman and this is her first year ever swimming on a team. She has dropped time in every race she has swum our last five consecutive meets.
Ashton SnellSenior, Cincinnati Country Day Basketball
Ashton, a senior guard, is a tri-captain for the 11-3 Nighthawks. In wins over MVCA on Thursday and North College Hill on Saturday, Ashton scored 37 points and had nine steals and six assists. "Ashton is a gym rat who is always working on his game, getting shots up early in the morning and after practice. Ashton is a terrific leader and competitor who puts it all on the line for his teammates. He plays the game with an incredible amount of heart and determination," said head coach Greg Ross.
Laura MoserSenior, Miami Valley Christian Basketball
Laura, a senior co-captain, shot 100 percent from the floor as she scored 10 points against Georgetown this past week. Laura also had a steal, a block, an assist, and great defensive rebounds to contribute to the Lady Lions’ hard fought victory.
Andrew WilsonFreshman, Miami Valley Christian Basketball
Andrew had a nice week. Wednesday night against Lockland, he had 22 points and a pair of steals. He then added 22 points, five steals, and four assists in a Friday night match-up at St. Bernard.
Wyatt Hinton and Tristen HowardNorwood Wrestling
Wyatt, a sophomore, went 4-0 on the weekend with a pin in the finals of the Washington Court House Invitational. Tristen, also a sophomore, is a first-year wrestler competing very well on a varsity schedule. Tristen always wrestles hard no matter the score and earned a come-from-behind pin this weekend at Washington Court House.
Krystin McWhorterJunior, Roger Bacon Basketball
Krystin posted scores of 16 vs. Wyoming, 14 vs. McNicholas, and 16 vs. Purcell Marian. She is averaging 14.5 points per game with a 46 percent field goal percentage. She has continued to grow as a player and leader this season.
Roger Bacon Wrestling TeamRoger Bacon Wrestling
For this past week, we are recognizing the seven team members who traveled to Washington Court House to compete in the Blue Lion Invitational. Although the team didn’t fare very well at the tournament, the whole team decided to stay and support their teammates who were still competing in the tournament.
Jasen CarrollSenior, St. Bernard-Elmwood Place Basketball
Jasen had 18 points for the Titans in a tightly-contested game Friday night against league rival MVCA.
Summit Country Day Girls BowlingSummit Country Day Bowling
The undefeated Summit Country Day girls bowling team was nominated for and voted the Cincinnati Enquirer’s Team of the Week for January 16. Their overall record stands at 14-0 with an MVC record of 8-0. Team members are juniors Shannon Denneman, Kennedi Dukes, Angela Good, Mia Rahner, Sunny Tan, and Kiarah Tapplar, and seniors Erin Johnson and Lavinia Ward.