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Anderson (#5 in Division I)
Kings (#6 in Division I)
Glen Este (#8 in Division I)
Milford (#6 in Division I)
Loveland (#7 in Division I)
Glen Este (#9 in Division I)
Loveland (#8 in Division I)
Walnut Hills (#2 in Division I)
Kings (#4 in Division I)
Turpin (#5 in Division I)
Walnut Hills (#6 in Division I)
Loveland (#7 in Division I)
Milford (#9 in Division I)
No ECC teams ranked in Top Ten
Loveland (#2 in all Divisions)
Loveland (#4 in all Divisions)
Milford's Ty Helton and Glen Este's Tyler Burdick are BOTH in contention for the LaRosa's MVP of the Week, announced April 16. Vote HERE.
Glen Este's Bailey Miller is among those in contention for JJ Huddle's Softball Player of the Week nominees, announced April 16. Read more and vote HERE.
Walnut Hills' Chelsea Carpenter was among thos ein contention for JJ Huddle's Girls' Track Athlete of the Week, announced April 16. Read more and vote HERE.
Walnut Hills' Taylor Darks was among this week's Enquirer Players of the Week for the week ending February 9. Congratulations!
Turpin's Zach McCormick was among the Jaunary 30 Enquirer Players of the Week. The Miami commit scored 53 points and grabbed 15 rebounds in two games for the Spartans. He also WON the LaRosa's MVP of the Week Award for the week of February 13.
Glen Este's Tyler Flanigan was named WLWT's Beacon Orthopaedics Primetime Performer of the Week for January 24.
Turpin's Zach McCormick was in contention for WLWT's Beacon Orthopaedics Primetime Performer of the Week for January 17.
Walnut Hills' MaCio Teague was recognized as the Enquirer's Player of the Week for the week ending January 17.
Congratulations to Anderson's Korey Aukerman and Kelsie Newton for being named the Blitz 5 McDonalds Student-Athlete of the Week for the week ending January 10. Read more about their accomplishments HERE.
Walnut Hills' MaCio Teague was among four nominees for the January 10 WLWT Beacon Orthopaedics Primetime Performer of the Week.
Congratulations to Glen Este's Tyler Flanigan, who was named Ohio National Guard JJ Huddle's Basketball Player of the Week for week three of the current season. The senior poured in 34 points against New Richmond on December 14 and 41 against Loveland on December 20.
Glen Este's Logan Harris was in contention for the WLWT Beacon Orthopaedics Primetime Performer of the Week for the week of December 13. Logan has begun his basketball season by averaging 21.5 ppg in the Trojans' first two games.
Turpin swimmer Shaylynn Spelman headlined our first winter Athlete of the Week nomination. She was up for the LaRosa's Athlete of the Week for the week beginning December 2.
Three ECC players were in contention for the Ohio National Guard Player of the Year Award. Loveland's Nate Slagel, Glen Este's Tyler Pilcher, and Milford's Drew Ashcraft were among the ten finalists for the honor.
Loveland's Gunner Gambill won the WCPO Player of the Week Award for his fine play against Northwest in the OHSAA playoffs. He led the Tigers to a convincing 45-14 win by rushing for 242 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
Kings' Ryan Maquire was nominated as WCPO's Football Player of the Week for his play during week nine, a 35-17 win over Glen Este. He accounted for over 250 yards of total offense and three touchdowns in the win.
In week eight action, a pair of ECC players were in the running for WCPO Player of the Week honors - Loveland's Brian Popp and Glen Este's Tyler Pilcher. Brian played an outstanding game defensively, including a 70-yard interception return for a touchdown in the Tigers' 63-15 win over Walnut Hills. Tyler led the Trojans to a 42-12 win over Anderson by passing for over 200 yards and five touchdowns.
Turpin's Austin Jackson was nominated for week eight's WCPO Player of the Week. The placekicker converted on both of his field goal attempts to lead the Spartans to a big 6-0 win over Anderson.
Kings' DeAndre Barnett was nominated for the WCPO Player of the Week for his week six performance, a 38-25 win over Walnut Hills. DeAndre accounted for over 275 total yards of offense and three touchdowns. He was also in the running for the Ohio National Guard Player of the Week award, along with Glen Este's Tyler Pilcher, who won the award! Tyler threw for 225 yards and four touchdowns in the Trojans' 55-14 win over Milford.
Anderson's Kevin Rogers is in the running for the Enquirer Player of the Week for his week five performance against Milford. He rushed for 158 yards and a touchdown, and he passed for 138 yards and another score in the Redskins' 31-22 win.
Walnut Hills' Kevin Blount was one of five nominees up for the Ohio National Guard Cincinnati High School Player of the Week award. He accounted for 317 yards of total offense and a pair of touchdowns in the Eagles' 24-8 win over Shroder in week five.
Anderson's Josh Correll earned WCPO's Player of the Week award for his week five performance, a 31-22 victory over Milford. Josh ran back an interception for a 62-yard touchdown and had a fumble recovery for the Redskins. He also returned two kicks for 46 yards.
Loveland's Nate Slagel was one of six nominees for the Cincinnati Enquirer's Player of the Week for week four, a week that saw him rush for 225 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the Tigers' 44-14 win over Glen Este.
Kings' Amina Ismail was named LaRosa's MVP for the week of October 22. Amina was a Sectional runner-up and District champion this fall, as well as a four-time Conference champion.
Anderson's Kevin Rogers was nominated for the Ohio National Guard Football Player of the Week honors for his play in week four against Walnut Hills. Kevin led the Redskins to a 40-13 win with over 100 yards on the ground and three touchdowns.
Milford's Jack Young earned WCPO's Player of the Week honors for his three touchdown performance in week four against Woodward, leading the Eagles to a 36-0 win over Woodward.
Loveland's Luke Waddell and Anderson's Kevin Rogers were among a dozen players in contention for WCPO's Player of the Week honors for their performances during week three of the football season. Luke led the Tigers to a convincing 35-7 win over Oak Hills, rushing for 175 yards and three touchdowns. Kevin led the Redskins to a 43-36 win over Harrison, accounting for five touchdowns and over 400 yards in offense.
Milford's Drew Ashcraft was named the Ohio National Guard Football Player of the Week for his performance during week two of the current football season. He accounted for six touchdowns and 278 total yards on offense for the Eagles as they defeated Shroder 38-26 on September 6. Congratulations Drew!
Loveland's Nate Slagel won the Ohio National Guard Football Player of the Week for week one of the current football season. Nate rushed for 228 yards and four touchdowns in the season opener, a 35-6 win over Butler. Nate was also one of five finalists for the WLWT.com Beacon Orthopaedics Primetime Performer of the Week for his performance on September 6 against Lebanon. He led the Tigers to the 49-7 win.
The Loveland Lady Tigers are in contention for JJ Huddle's Girls' Lacrosse Team of the Week, announced April 21. Vote HERE.
The Loveland Tigers earned JJ Huddle's Boys' Lacrosse Team of the Week for week one, announced on April 11.
The Loveland Tigers have been named Tri-State Football's Team of the Year for their great run to a Division II State title this fall. Read more HERE.
Loveland is in contention for the JJHuddle Ohio National Guard Team of the Year! That's right, Team of the YEAR!
Week ten nominations for WCPO's Team of the Week included Walnut Hills. The Eagles defeated Turpin 38-28 to run their record to 4-6 overall and 2-4 in the ECC.
Week nine nominations for WCPO's Team of the Week included Kings. The Knights ran their record to 6-3 overall and 4-1 in the Conference with a 35-17 win over Glen Este.
Both Turpin and Loveland were in contention for WCPO's Team of the Week honors for their week seven wins on the gridiron, and Loveland walked away with the honor! The Tigers defeated Winton Woods 7-6 to remain undefeated on the season. Congratulations to both squads!
Glen Este was one of eleven teams nominated for the Tri-State Football Team of the Week award. The Trojans downed Milford in week six 55-14.
Glen Este was in contention for WCPO's Team of the Week award for the Trojans' big 20-12 win against Turpin in week five. Congratulations to head coach Nick Ayers and the entire Trojan squad!
The Anderson Redskins were in contention for Tri-State Football's Gold Star Chili's Team of the Week honors for week four of the current football season. The Redskins downed Walnut Hills 40-13 in their ECC opener!
Both Kings and Turpin High Schools were in the running for the Tri-State Football's Gold Star Chili's Team of the Week recognition based on their week two performances on the gridiron. The Knights downed Piqua 24-23, while the Spartans defeated Wyoming 31-28.
Loveland's Andrew Alten became a State Champion in two sports this year. Following the Tigers' Division II State title on the gridiron, the senior won the State Wrestling Championship at 285 lbs. on March 1. Read more HERE. Andrew was a First Team All-Conference player for head coach Fred Cranford's football squad. He also earned AP Division II First Team All-State honors this fall. Click HERE. Andrew's trip to the State Wrestling Meet was the second of his career. He also advanced as a sophomore. Congratulations to Andrew, head coach Chris Switzer, Andrew's family, and the entire Loveland community! Read even more HERE.
Anderson's Hassler Carroll also won a State Championship, this one in the sport of swimming. He won the 500 Free with a time of 4:30.23! Read more HERE. He also finished tenth in the 200 IM and was a part of the Redskins' 200 Free Relay. Congratulations Hassler on a great season!