Athletes Of The Week


Seven Hills Boys Bowling Record Setters

Seven Hills -

Will Kersting, Elan Little, Thomas Murphy, Noah Kocher and Jonny Osman broke a school record in a match against Summit Country Day. The previous record was set in January of 2016 with a team total pin count of 2610. Friday, these guys shot a team total of 2628.

Malakai Longieliere

Norwood - Freshman

Malakai, a freshman, is a hard-working and reliable athlete who leads by example.

Evie Angelo

Miami Valley Christian - Senior

Evie was instrumental in two big wins for MVCA this past week, averaging 6.5 points, six rebounds, and two steals in those games. Her relentless effort, stellar defense, and four made free throws in the fourth quarter against Lockland helped clinch a late comeback win for the Lady Lions. Overall for the week, Evie shot a team-high 78 percent from the free throw line and was one of the top defensive rebounders.

Landon Croswell and John Riley

Miami Valley Christian -

In Friday's match-up against New Miami, Landon, a junior, had 10 points and 10 rebounds in a 60-57 defeat. John, a senior, recorded 14 points and 17 rebounds. We have never been this close to this team, but these two boys kept us in the game all night. Warrior performances! In Saturday's 59-55 victory over Lockland, Landon scored 23 points and pulled down 10 rebounds.

John Penote

Summit Country Day - Junior

John had an outstanding performance at the West Clermont Diving Classic this past Sunday. The qualifying meet was Saturday to see who the Top 25 would be in the finals. John made the finals and finished seventeenth.

Summit Girls Bowling Record Breakers

Summit Country Day -

In a match against Dayton Christian, the Lady Knights set four school records. The team of sophomores Shannon Dennemann, Kennedi Dukes, and Kiarah Tapplar and juniors Erin Johnson and Lavinia Ward rolled a high new single game of 774, high dual match of 2129, high individual Baker game of 207, and high 4 Baker series of 660.

Collin Murphy

CHCA - Senior

Collin is easily one of the hardest workers on the team. His incredible dedication to the team and to his training is paying off. Collin has been stuck just over a minute in the 100 free for several weeks; and finally this past meet, he dropped to a 59.2. I am so proud of Collin for this accomplishment, and I know it is not over. Any coach would love to have a team full of student-athletes like Collin. He is an incredible young man, and I cannot imagine the team this year without him. He is the heartbeat of this team.

Case Garibay

Norwood - Junior

Case had a 204 average for our match against Monroe on Wednesday. This was Case's first game back from an injury that knocked him out of the first half of the season.

Jazmin Garcia-Zetina

Norwood - Sophomore

Jazmin led the team in our match against Monroe with a 142.5 average. Jazmin is always a supportive teammate and is always looking to improve every week.

Shanaya Bharucha

Seven Hills - Sophomore

Congratulations to Shanaya for leading the Lady Stingers with the high series of 344 and 311. She started the season with a personal-best 190 game where she filled every frame with a spare or strike.

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