Athletes Of The Week

Week:

Katrina Kessler

Kings - Senior
Golf

Katrina a 49 at Reeves Golf Course in a Conference match last week.


Abby Swenson

Milford - Senior
Golf

Abby shot three consecutive low rounds this week with a 39 at Hickory Woods Golf Course, a 38 at Terrace Park Country Club, and a 40 at Hickory Woods again. All facets of her game are good, and she continues to be a steady pillar for the team.


Isaac Onnen

Kings - Sophomore
Cross Country

Isaac has kicked off a strong season for the Knights. He has achieved a new personal record already this season with his finish at the Moeller Primetime Invitational. He ran a time of 17:28 leading the young Knights squad to a ninth place finish in a strong field.


Leah Maschino

Kings - Sophomore
Cross Country

Leah made a wise decision this fall as she left the soccer field to compete on the cross country course. In her third cross country race ever, she ran a time of 18:56 to place third in the strong field at the Moeller Primetime Invitational. Her performance led the Knights to a fourth place team finish at the meet; she is currently ranked as the third fastest Lady Knight in school history.


Morgan Morrow

Anderson - Freshman
Golf

Morgan shot a career-low 46 against McNicholas. This was the lowest score posted by the Anderson squad against the Lady Rockets.


Nick Chandler

Anderson - Junior
Soccer

Nick, a former defender turned forward, provided the fire this week for the Redskins. Chandler netted two goals (one against Highlands and another against Wyoming) to solidify the win in both. He is the definition of a true team player.


Max Egan

Turpin - Sophomore
Cross Country

Max led the team at the Sycamore Sunset Invite on Monday in a time of 18:02. On Saturday, he ran a personal-best time of 17:32 at the Lakota East Invite, a 22-second improvement over his previous personal best from last year. Both of these performances exemplified the way that Turpin boys are taught to race.


Tyler Ferguson

Turpin - Senior
Golf

Tyler shot his best score of the season in a winning effort this week. He has been a member of the team for all three years Coach Price has been coaching, and Coach Price appreciates the effort Tyler has made over those three years. Not only for improving his golf game, but the competitiveness and effort he brings to the team. Truly, it's not about the score all them time; it's about sticking to something through the good and not so good scores and being a great teammate. Tyler, congratulations on three wonderful years on the team and the low score you shot this week.


Rachel Rizzuto

Kings - Senior
Volleyball

Rachel, a senior Captain and libero for the Lady Knights, led the team in digs in the squad's first victory against Highlands.


Daniel Rigney

Walnut Hills - Senior
Soccer

Daniel always plays with 100 percent intensity and didn't give his opposition space this past week.


Graham Craycraft

Milford - Senior
Cross Country

Graham ran a career-best time of 17:41 at the Lakota East Invite on Saturday. Graham's performance helped the Eagles place third as a team.


Ben Greenwell

Milford - Senior
Football

Ben led the offense with eight receptions for 98 yards and had five punts for an average of 36.8 yards in the Eagles' 34-14 loss to Hamilton.


Max Broxterman

Walnut Hills - Junior
Golf

Max rebounded from an off day on Monday to fire a 37 at Beech Creek on Tuesday against Finneytown and a 36 at Friendly Meadows on Thursday against Amelia. He led the Eagles to a win at Finneytown and a heartbreaking one-point point loss to Amelia.


Tiffany Wagner

Glen Este - Junior
Soccer

Tiffany scored two goals this past weekend in Glen Este's 7-3 win over Clinton Massie. Tiffany, previously a defender, came out Saturday and played striker where she found success making runs through the defense and running onto through balls played by the midfield. Her effort and hustle were off the charts. Excellent performance!


Sam Thomas

Anderson - Senior
Cross Country

Sam ran a personal-best time of 17:03 to capture tenth place at the Finishtiming.com Meet at Wilmington College.


Sara Holtmeier

Anderson - Freshman
Cross Country

Sara ran her best race of the young season to finish in Anderson's top three at the Finiahtiming.com Meet at Wilmington College.


Tyler Knecht

Kings - Junior
Football

Tyler led Kings to a 59-45 victory over Lebanon, going 10-for-15 passing for 130 yards. Additionally, he tacked on 161 yards rushing and three touchdowns. Tyler managed the offense very efficiently and kept his composure as Lebanon rallied in the second half.


Skylar Bruggeman

Walnut Hills - Senior
Cross Country

Skylar led the Lady Eagles at the Moeller Primetime Invitational in 20:53.


Jack Lowry

Walnut Hills - Sophomore
Cross Country

Jack was Walnut's top finisher at the Moeller Primetime Invitational in 17:24.


Katie Bercz

Turpin - Senior
Tennis

Katie is getting back in the groove after a summer in Germany, pulling off three wins for the week at second singles.


Drew Plitt

Loveland - Senior
Football

Drew was 13-of-17 for 251 yards in the air and two touchdown passes. He also rushed six times for 70 yards and another touchdown against Division I Lakota East.


Colin Thompson

Turpin - Junior
Football

Colin, a junior linebacker, had 15 tackles in a win against McNicholas!


Thomas Zink

Glen Este - Senior
Golf

Thomas, senior co-Captain for the Trojans, has a 37.1 nine-hole average for the season, which leads the ECC and is ranked third in the city. He’s won medalist honors in four out of the five matches (Amelia, Western Brown, Anderson, Kings, and Turpin) played so far this season. Last Tuesday, Thomas shot an even-par 35 medaling against Turpin. He’s displayed leadership by helping coach and counseling the younger golfers on the Glen Este team.


Amadou Bengaly

Withrow - Senior
Soccer

Amadou started the season strong with solid defensive efforts in wins against Western Hills (4-1) and Reading (5-0). From the back line, Amadou recorded three assists against Reading and has been a central component to the Tiger's offensive efforts.


Kiley Keehan and Elli McHaffie

Walnut Hills -
Soccer

Kiley, a sophomore, helped the Lady Eagles pick up two more wins this past week by scoring four goals and adding three assists. Kiley is currently in first place in the ECC in points. Elli, a senior, added two goals and three assists in victories over Princeton and Ross. Elli is currently in second place in the ECC in points.


Elijah Miller and Rashaun O'Neal

Withrow -
Football

Elijah, a senior, had one interception (which he returned for a 102-yard touchdown) and eight tackles in the Tigers' win against Dayton Dunbar. Rashaun, also a senior, added a pair of touchdowns and 133 yards in total offense.


Katie Busemeyer

Kings - Senior
Soccer

Katie captains the Kings' defense and will lead the team in its quest for a 2015 ECC title. Katie's athleticism and defensive IQ have been instrumental in the team maintaining zero losses in the early 2015 effort and was the key to securing a 0-0 tie against Lakota West on Saturday. Katie maintains the highest level of achievement on and off of the field, maintaining an impressive 4.4 GPA as a student-athlete at Kings High School.


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