Athletes Of The Week


Cam Bryant and Andrew Vance

Cincinnati Country Day -

Cam, a junior, went 6-for-10 with four RBI and a pair of doubles in two games this past week. Andrew, also a junior, was 3-for-8 at the plate with a home run for the week. He also pitched five innings with seven strikeouts in the win against Mariemont on Tuesday.

Mackenzie Hartman

Seven Hills - Junior

Mackenzie won the 100 and 300 meter hurdles and long jump at the West Clermont Invitational. In the process of winning, she set school records in two of those events - 100 hurdles (15.05) and the long jump (17-7).

Devin Nelson and Matthew Brumfield

Summit Country Day -

Devin, a senior, won the 3200 meter run at the Skyline Open with a time of 10:20. Matthew, also a senior, finished a close second at 10:21.

Grace Flynn

CHCA - Sophomore

Congratulations to Grace, a sophomore, for competing in her first varsity Invitational at West Clermont. The pandemic cancelled her freshman season. She tied for first in the high jump with an attempt of 4’10” in 37-degree weather.

Matthew Coulson

Seven Hills - Senior

Matthew had a solid week collecting five hits in eight at bats, for a .625 average. Matt also garnered three runs batted in and three stolen bases as Seven Hills won three games. Matt also contributed on the mound, as he threw four innings and recorded three strikeouts.

Ben “Bones” Carter

CHCA - Junior

The junior defenseman had nine total takeaways this past week (15-6 loss to Moeller and a 12-2 win against Elder). Carter also tallied six total ground balls against Moeller and Elder. “Bones” is second on the team in ground balls, with 10, and first in takeaways, with 13.

Avi Mahajan

Seven Hills - Freshman

Avi worked hard off season to try and win the coveted first singles spot for Seven Hills as a freshman. Avi moved through preseason challenge matches to do just that. This week, Avi played first singles in a match against league rival CHCA and a team tournament match against Milton Union in Dayton. Avi did not lose a game in either battles. He boosted his team to the second round of the team tournament and a good start in league play.

Johnathan Russell and Jack Vogele


Johnathan, a sophomore, had a great offensive and defensive week. At the plate, he was 4-for-7 with 3 RBI on the week. In our win over Fairmont, he made a diving catch to end the game. Jack, a junior, was a huge spark plug for Eagles baseball in our two wins this past week. He was 3-for-4 with two doubles, five runs scored, and five stolen bases.

Catherine Kogan

Seven Hills - Senior

Catherine is a senior and has been a great leader and asset to our team. She has overcome adversity and wears the leader role well. Kogan led us to a victory on the mound against New Miami this past week, going the full seven innings, only allowing four runs on four hits and striking out four. She also managed a hit at the plate and also recorded an RBI.

Drew Rapier

New Miami - Junior

Drew was 4-for-6 (.667 average) at the plate with a double, three RBIs, and three stolen bases against Dixie on Tuesday and Saturday.

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