Athletes Of The Week

Week:

Anderson Football Trio

Anderson -
Football

Senior linebackers Ethan Hamilton and Jimmy O'Toole led a strong defensive effort to keep Turpin scoreless in the second half. Running back Owen Koelle, a junior, ran for over 200 yards to lead the Redskin offense.


Cole Harter

Loveland - Junior
Soccer

Cole tallied a pair of big goals in the team’s upset win against Turpin for the ECC title.


Noah Hjelming and Jacob Haskins

Milford -
Soccer

Noah, a junior, has been one of the anchors in the middle of the field and a creator on offense as the Eagles won five straight games to finish third in the ECC. Jacob, a sophomore, has been one of many stalwarts on a defense that has recently become quite stingy.


Ryan Chevalier

Loveland - Freshman
Cross Country

Ryan ran a great aggressive race as a freshman to earn All-ECC Second Team honors.


Anderson Cross Country Trio

Anderson -
Cross Country

Seniors Ben Lindblad, Will Thomas, and Annabel Clayton finished in the Top 10 at the ECC Championship Meet to claim All-Conference honors. Congratulations to them for this big accomplishment!


Ryan O’Connor

Kings - Senior
Cross Country

Ryan, senior tri-captain for the Knights, had an impressive finish to his All-ECC First Team performance this weekend. In the last quarter mile, he responded to the team's need for him to move up in the race and went from ninth place to an overall sixth place finish. This change in position helped Kings win the ECC Championship by two points.


Brooke Garter

Kings - Junior
Cross Country

Brooke, Kings junior, placed third overall in the ECC Championship with a time of 19:07. She will be the top performing athlete to return to the ECC in 2019. Her performance helped the Lady Knights claim a runner-up position. The team will continue to rely on her leadership in postseason races.


Samantha Zeigler

West Clermont - Junior
Soccer

Sam had a great week for the Lady Wolves! Along with helping the team to a shutout as center back, Sam also had two goals this past week, one being scored in the final three minutes of the game to give the Lady Wolves a tie against Tippecanoe.


Isaiah Jackson

Walnut Hills - Sophomore
Soccer

Isaiah has had a terrific season anchoring Walnut’s back line. His defensive efforts have stymied some of the best forwards in the state. This past week, his effort helped secure a win for the Eagles over last year’s state champions, Beavercreek.


Caitlin Fisher

Turpin - Senior
Tennis

Caitlin has qualified to the State Tennis Tournament in singles for the fourth straight year. In previous years, she left the District Tournament as the fourth, third, and fourth place qualifier. This year, she is leaving as the number-one qualifier as she was District Champion!


Cameron Kells

Milford - Senior
Football

Cameron had one of his best performances of the year in the Eagles' showdown setback against Kings. For the night, Kells topped 200 yards rushing for the second time this season, finishing with 206, while scoring three touchdowns to push his season total to 21 rushing scores. His sixth 100-plus yard rushing performance of the year allowed Cameron to pass 1,100 yards on the season.


Ali Kirk

Milford - Senior
Soccer

Ali helped the Lady Eagles close the regular season with a pair of wins to end the regular season on a five-match winning streak. In the ECC finale against Walnut Hills, Ali had a hand in both goals, scoring once and assisting on the second. In the match against Wyoming, she scored her team-leading sixth goal of the year in a 2-0 win.


Leah Malburg

Kings - Sophomore
Volleyball

Leah, a sophomore defensive specialist, continues to energize the Lady Knight both on and off the court. Her positive energy brings out the best in all of her teammates.


Allison Reynolds and Lauren Williams

Loveland -
Soccer

Allison, a junior striker, has had a productive last few weeks of the season being recognized by her teammates for her play on the field. Allison has been outstanding both finishing her runs offensively and helping to defend from her striker position. She scored the second goal in a winner-take-all game against ECC rival Turpin, helping Loveland to a 3-0 victory at Turpin. Lauren, a senior striker, had a strong week in Loveland’s last two games, both wins over Turpin and then Lebanon. In the league title match, Lauren scored the third and final goal in the Lady Tigers' victory at Turpin. Against Lebanon, she again put the Lebanon defenders under a great deal of pressure, leading Loveland to a 2-0 victory to close the season. Lauren now has five goals and three assists - good for eighth most points in the conference.


Andrew Kissel

Turpin - Sophomore
Cross Country

Andrew stepped up for the team and was the fourth place finisher for the Turpin boys at the ECC Meet. He ran a PR time of 17:03 on a difficult course.


Sarah Gormley

Turpin - Senior
Volleyball

Sarah finished the last week of the regular season with 10 aces and 50 digs in Turpin's three wins. Sarah finished the regular season leading the ECC in aces and ranks fifth in the Conference in digs. Outstanding senior season Sarah!


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