Athletes Of The Week
CHCA Track StandoutsCHCA Track
At the end of the 2023 season we focused on his 110 hurdles and it paid off. In Ben Rempe's last run as a senior, he placed fifth in the District Finals in a new personal record. His dedication and consistent work ethic will be missed. The 400 meter relay team of freshmen Brilyn Foust and Olivia Wojciechowski and seniors Amanda Hurry and Casey Boeckerman finished third at the District Finals and qualified to Regionals. In addition, they ran a new school record at 51.44. Casey and Olivia both qualified to Regionals at Piqua by placing first and fourth respectively in the long jump. Casey is a back-to-back D2 District Champion with a jump of 17'1.75" and Olivia went from ninth in the finals to fourth with a personal best jump of 16'2". Besides being on the Regional-qualifying 400 meter relay, Brilyn also qualified to the Regional Championships in the 100 meter dash in 3rd (personal best time) and in the 200 meter dash in 4th. Qualifying to Regionals in all three of her events is quite an accomplishment in her first season. In his first year on the team, sophomore Curtis Rempe is a D2 Regional qualifier after his second-place finish in the pole vault. Curtis comes into the Regional competition in fifth place overall and is working his best to put himself in a position to move on to Jesse Owens the week after.
Cincinnati Christian Boys Track TeamCincinnati Christian Track
Congratulations to the CCS boys track team for winning the MVC Conference Meet and back-to-back District Championships this past weekend. Special recognition to our event champions: Brandon Rogers - 400m dash; Josh Holder - shot put and discus; Blake Kimble - pole vault; Jacob Parnell, Brandon Rogers, Caleb Settimo, and Noah Neu - 4x100m relay; Bruce Cyprien, Brandon Rogers, Noah Neu, and Caleb Settimo - 4x200m relay; and Caleb Settimo, Micah Katz, Alex Mullins, and Brandon Rogers - 4x400m relay.
Josiah Vaughn and Morgan MitchellClark Montessori Track
Josiah, a senior, anchored the boys 4x100m relay team that won DII Districts and broke the school record again. Morgana freshman, qualified for Regionals in the 100m hurdles and 300m hurdles.
Jadyn DavisSenior, Purcell Marian Track
Jaydn is a great student on and off the track. He is a hard-working athlete and always comes to work harder each day. Also he is headed to Regionals!
Nicohl DicksSenior, Purcell Marian Track
Nicohl is another great student-athlete headed to Regionals. She is an excellent student and a athlete who holds herself to a high standard.
Seven Hills Track StandoutsSeven Hills Track
Sophomore Brady O'Connor set a new school record in the 110 hurdles and has qualified for the Regional Meet. Junior Carter Stevens was the District Champion in the 800 meters and moves on to Regionals. Freshman Amelia Schnirring also moves on to Regionals after her fourth-place finish in the 100 meters. Freshman Claire Bachelder ran a personal best with her fourth-place performance in the 400 meters and moves on to Regionals. The girls 4x200 relay of Claire, Amelia, and juniors Margret Schnirring and Callie Drew finished first at Districts and set another new school record. The boys 4x400 relay of Brady, Carter, freshman Malcolm Faison, and sophomore Ryan Brackett earned a spot at the Regional Meet with a fourth-place finish at Districts.
St. Bernard-Elmwood Place Relay TeamSt. Bernard-Elmwood Place Track
The 4x100 relay team of sophomores Devon Compton and Ladae Lackey and juniors Bryan WInstead and Jaiden Jasper did it again. They broke the school record for the third time this season at the District Meet.
McKinley KramerJunior, Summit Country Day Track
McKinley won the 400 meters at the DIII New Richmond District Championships, going sub 60 seconds!