Athletes Of The Week

Week:

Marcus Lobban

Mount Healthy - Freshman
Soccer

Marcus is a leader on and off the field. He works hard and never gives up. He supports the team, both offensively and defensively, while playing tough opponents.


Zaina Shindi

Harrison - Sophomore
Cross Country

Zaina scored a 19th place finish for the Wildcats, with an improvement of over a minute, at the Taylor Invitational. Her strong performance helped the team to a third place finish.


Nick Payne

Harrison - Senior
Cross Country

Nick finished 9th in the Taylor Invitational with an incredible final mile. His best race of the season led the team to a 4th place finish.


Mahoganie Hill

Mount Healthy - Senior
Volleyball

Mahoganie led the Owls in aces and scoring for the week.


Heidi Ramey

Harrison - Junior
Tennis

Heidi typically plays first doubles, but was asked to play singles against Oak Hills. She played well in her first match at singles, thanks to her willingness to try something new.


Shannon Jacob

Harrison - Junior
Tennis

Shannon typically plays first doubles, but was asked to play singles against Oak Hills. She played well in her first match at singles, thanks to her willingness to try something new.


Isaiah Mohr

Ross - Senior
Soccer

Isaiah has been a "work horse" for the Rams up top. He scored the winning goal against Little Miami in the last 2 minutes of the game.


Abbey Coyle

Harrison - Sophomore
Golf

Abbey led the Wildcats to two SWOC victories, with a low score (41) for Harrison in Monday’s victory over Northwest and Medalist (42) in the Wildcats' victory over Ross on Thursday.


Nick Chernock

Ross - Junior
Golf

Nick is a junior and shot 39, 39, and 40 versus Harrison, Northwest, and Talawanda this past week. He is a co-captain, has a calm demeanor, and has a passion for and dedication to the game of golf which very well could lead to a spot on a college golf team.


Cameron Vance

Edgewood - Sophomore
Cross Country

Cameron ran a new personal record at the Eaton Invitational. This is his first year running Cross Country and he is up for the challenge and ready to compete.


Tina Ni

Edgewood - Freshman
Cross Country

Tina tied her personal record at the Eaton Invitational. She works hard at practice and is an example of teamwork to her teammates.


Savanna Chapin

Northwest - Senior
Cross Country

Savanna has established herself as the #1 runner for the Lady Knights over the past few seasons and her times this past week solidified both her role as a leader and a tough competitor. At the Taylor Invitational, Savanna finished in 11th place overall and posted a time of 24 minutes flat. Then, at this weekend's Spartan Invitational in Boardman, Ohio, she slashed her time down to 23:13 with her best run of the season and easily her best finishing kick.


Nikolai Johnstone

Northwest - Sophomore
Cross Country

Nikolai has posted his best times of the season over the past week, as he finally broke 21 minutes and put himself into a position to set his PR even lower. He has worked on his form and mental preparation for running, which has made him the #3 runner for the Knights Xc program this year. With his solid runs at Taylor and Boardman, we look forward to seeing what he can do this week at Hamilton and Centerville.


Eva Motta

Talawanda - Sophomore
Cross Country

Eva has consistently improved her race times this season and has been an important part of the team's top-ten ranking in the State. She was 7th out of 98 runners at the Eaton Invitational on Saturday.


Isabella Saylor

Ross - Senior
Tennis

Isabella, at first singles, had straight set wins over Preble Shawnee, Badin and Edgewood. Isabella is now 4-1 in conference play and 9-3 on the season.


Thia Mohr

Ross - Sophomore
Tennis

At third singles, Thia notched wins over Preble Shawnee and SWOC rival Edgewood moving her conference record to 4-1.


Devito Vasquez

Mount Healthy - Sophomore
Soccer

Devito is a key asset to our defense. He plays aggressively, and makes smart decisions on the field. Devito has made tremendous growth since last season.


Kiefer Bell

Talawanda - Sophomore
Cross Country

Kiefer ran a new personal best time of 16:28 at the Eaton Invitational on Saturday, as he finished 3rd out of 122 runners.


Eyan Berlepsch

Edgewood - Senior
Soccer

Eyan helped lead the Cougars this week by scoring in both league matchups, extending his streak to three consecutive games with a goal.


Olivia Woodruff

Talawanda - Junior
Volleyball

Olivia has been the anchor of the Talawanda defense. Over the past week, she averaged 5.9 digs per game, and racked up 24 digs in matches against Fairfield and Northwest.


Emily Wesling

Harrison - Junior
Soccer

Emily has done a great job wherever her coaches have played her this year. She has an outstanding work ethic, leads by example each day, is a true leader, puts the needs of the team first and accepts any role asked of her. Emily is an all around great person!!


Kelijhana Sanders

Mount Healthy - Freshman
Cross Country

Kelijhana just joined the team a couple of weeks ago and has already demonstrated her toughness by running 27:21 in her debut race at the Taylor Invitational. She also displays a great work ethic and attitude in practice.


Chelsie Voge

Little Miami - Senior
Soccer

Since moving to an outside Mid (from defense) in the last 2 weeks, Chelsie has been responsible for feeding the Panthers scorers with 5 assists through her beautiful crosses and free kicks.


Kyler Fankhauser

Harrison - Senior
Football

Kyler had 10 tackles, 1 tackle for a loss, 3 pass break ups and 1 interception in the Wildcats overtime win against Anderson.


Jake Reardon

Harrison - Senior
Football

In Harrison's shutout of Anderson, Jake recorded 20 tackles, 1 tackle for a loss and 1 sack.


Morgan Kober

Harrison - Senior
Cheerleading

Morgan went above and beyond to help design shirts for last week's game. She is also helping out with choreographing the Wildcats competition routine.