Athletes Of The Week

Week:

Ryan McDonough

CHCA - Senior
Soccer

Ryan had a solid game against CCD at right back playing in good passes and playing solid defense. He also had two assists against Franklin Monroe from the right back position on Senior night.


CCD Senior Girls’ Soccer Players

Cincinnati Country Day -
Soccer

This past Saturday, CCDS girls’ soccer celebrated nine seniors who have led the team to a 13-2 record and MVC Championship. Katelynn Setters, Chloe Webb, Abby Maggard, Mia Lutz, Tori Keller, Lindsay Hoffman, Emily Ram, and Janie Reiring have captured two District titles and two MVC titles in recording a record of 61-9-4.


Alex Moore

Cincinnati Christian - Junior
Soccer

Alex scored all three goals Friday in leading his team to victory to conclude the regular season.


Avani Seshiah

Seven Hills - Junior
Volleyball

Avani had 34 kills, 18 digs, six blocks, and four aces this past week helping Seven Hills secure second place in the MVC Scarlet Division. She is leading the league in kills and blocks.


Mackenzie Carnes and Laney Huber

CHCA -
Soccer

Mackenzie, a sophomore, recorded impressive saves in the team’s matches this past week against Deer Park, CCD, and Clermont Northeastern. She recorded 13 saves for the week. Laney, a senior, is currently at 99 career goals with two goals and an assist against Deer Park, a goal against CCD, and four goals in the 5-2 battle against Clermont Northeastern. She is currently the reigning all-time points leader in the MVC with 224 points, passing Olivia Brown.


New Miami’s Offensive Line

New Miami -
Football

Seniors Bruce Montgomery, Robbie Hundley, Eric Tatman, Ronnie Bowman, Nate Hobbs, junior Austin Hart, and freshman Jarrod Caldwell allowed the Vikings to rush for over 400 yards in a 38-6 victory against CCPA. Off the field, all these great young men are also excelling in the classroom. They have a combined 3.6 GPA.


Maia Sippel

Clark Montessori - Junior
Volleyball

Maia is a great all-around player, but her strength is at the net. She had five big blocks last Thursday and helped Clark Montessori drive it home to become MVC Gray Division champs.


Maia Kiniyalocts

Clark Montessori - Senior
Cross Country

Maia earned First Team All-MVC honors for the third year in a row, after earning Second Team Recognition as a freshman. She finished fourth overall this year, leading her team to a second place finish at the MVC Meet.


Jake Nicholas

CHCA - Junior
Cross Country

Jake has been a consistent performer for the Eagles this season. His joy for running and being outdoors is contagious. He is one of the most flexible and creative of the athletes on our team and brings an easy feeling to others. He is ready to have a great run this week as we head into the postseason races. His faith and confidence is admirable and has affected the team in a positive way this season.


Hannah Odom

CHCA - Senior
Cross Country

Hannah has been our Lady Eagles’ senior leader. She is a positive asset and example on our girls’ team and leads with her strong Christian values. She is helpful with homework, running/racing advice, and provides a ray of sunshine when needed. She will be finishing her senior season with a strong run at the postseason races.


Ainsley Droege

CHCA - Junior
Volleyball

Ainsley, a junior setter, has been leading the way in assists with 443, averaging 7.26 per game. Ainsley runs a 6-2 offense for the Lady Eagles which makes this statistic stand out. She is currently third in the MVC in service aces with 74. Off the court, she is putting up some amazing service hours with 436! Thank you Ainsley for your hard work both on and off the court #360athlete.


Tara Franke

Summit Country Day - Senior
Volleyball

Tara, a senior co-captain, ended the regular season with a phenomenal week of volleyball last week! Tara contributed to her team's wins against MVCA on Senior Night and five-set win against Winton Woods last week with 29 kills, 42 assists, and four aces. She even made a great "kick" over the net during an intense rally against Winton Woods that was one the of many great highlights of the five-set thriller.


Evan Washington

Clark Montessori - Junior
Football

Evan, a junior wide receiver and defensive back, scored one touchdown, was the team's leading receiver for the game, and had one interception on defense in a win against St. Bernard.


Camry Jenkins and Arielle Scalf

New Miami -
Volleyball

Camry, a senior, finished the regular season with a 97 percent serving percentage, first on the team in assists, and third in digs. Camry has had less than 13 service errors total in all her four years of playing volleyball. Arielle, a junior, had a great week leading the team in total kills and blocks and second in digs and passing points. She is in her second year ever playing volleyball and making great progress playing middle hitter.


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