Athletes Of The Week

Updated: 12/16/2014


Taylor Darks

Walnut Hills - Senior

Taylor averaged 15 points, four rebounds, four assists, two steals, and two blocks for the week.

Alexis Starks

Anderson - Freshman

Alexis, a freshman forward, had 28 points in a pair of ECC victories for the Anderson girls' basketball squad.

Macio Teague

Walnut Hills - Senior

Macio led his team with 46 points in victories over Turpin and Sycamore.

Courtney Chaffin

Glen Este - Sophomore

Courtney has led the girls' bowling squad to three wins this week, plus finished fourth out of 160 girls in the Holiday Classic tournament with a 603 series.

Cameron Fails, Cole Palmer, and Tyler Mitchell

Kings -

Cameron, a senior, tallied 19 points and five assists against Glen Este. Cole, also a senior, added 13 points and eight rebounds, while Tyler, a junior, scored16 points and dished out 10 assists.

Shaun Burgdorf

Milford - Junior

Shaun went 4-0 for the week helping Milford to a 3-1 dual record for the week.

Nathan McGeorge and Noah Dolezal

Milford -

Nathan, a freshman, averaged a 213.3 for a two-match sweep of Glen Este last week, while Noah, a sophomore, averaged 201.3 against the Trojans. This is the first time that Milford has ever swept Glen Este in boys' bowling.

Stanley Williams

Withrow - Junior

Stanley is a team captain on the Withrow wrestling team. Last week, he went 7-0 including two tech falls and four pins. He was the 220 lb. champion at the Greg Rogers Invitational at Deer Park High School.

Gage Branson

Glen Este - Senior

Gage went 4-0 with three pins at The Ryle Raider Rumble this past weekend, defeating Kentucky's number-one ranked Joey Roberts from Woodford County 10-4 in the finals. He is now 9-0 with eight pins.

Ashley Robinson

Walnut Hills - Senior

Ashley, a team captain for the Lady Eagles, bowled a 165 and 168 (333 series) and a 192 and 209 (400 series) in matches against Turpin this past week. This is her first 400 series; her target is to get the high series for Walnut Hills' girls before graduation .

Brandon Traynum-Davis

Walnut Hills - Senior

Brandon, a team captain for the Eagles, bowled a 175 and 215 (390 series) and a 179 and 210 (389 series) in matches against Turpin this past week.