Athletes Of The Week
Noah HorwitzFreshman, Anderson Diving
Noah placed third in one of the biggest dive meets in the State of Ohio at the SW Classic Meet on MLK weekend. As many know, this is a two-part qualifying meet; six dives on Saturday and then a full 11-dive list on Sunday. So proud of his dedication to his craft and very excited about his bright future. Congratulations, Noah.
Kailey StrausbaughJunior, Anderson Diving
Kailey just learned two dives from the REVERSE category. This is something Kailey has wanted for a long time, and last week, with the help of great friends and coaches all pulling and rooting for her, she did it. Now, Kailey is eligible for an 11-dive meet and will be able to participate in the Sectional dive meet on February 9. I love that she never gave up on learning this skill. Congratulations, Kailey!
Ashleigh BenderJunior, Kings Swimming
Ashleigh had a phenomenal meet at the Southwest Classic this year! She took first with in the 100 IM and 50 breaststroke with a meet record in the 100 IM. She also qualified for finals the next day and finished 12th in both the 200 IM and 100 Breaststroke. All of this on top of being a critical member of the girls relays, helping the girls win the 400 medley relay and break a school record!
Tyler NinnemannJunior, Kings Swimming
Tyler had huge performances in all four of his individual events at the Southwest Classic and dropped time in every single event (50 free, 100 free, 500 free, and 100 breaststroke). His standout swim was the 100 breaststroke in which he dropped almost three seconds from his personal best. Way to go, Tyler!
Kings 4x200 Relay TeamKings Track
Seniors Ricky Davalos, Johnny Bruns, Michael Braxton, and sophomore Brennan Johnson made up the boys 4x200m relay team which set a school record with a time of 1:36.12, placing first at the Defiance College High School Classic on Saturday.
Spence DavidsonJunior, Lebanon Basketball
In two games last week (Walnut Hills and Loveland), Spence averaged 11 points, five rebounds, and eight assist per game for the Warriors.
Ty HarterSenior, Loveland Wrestling
Ty went 5-0 at the Loveland Duals and notched his 100th career win. Harter is now 25-6 on the year with 16 pins.
Ben KirlinSenior, Loveland Basketball
In a loss to Lebanon on Friday night, Ben had 11 points on 5-of-9 from the field, three rebounds, one assist, and one steal. Ben has been an incredible leader for the team this year, and his contributions are greatly appreciated by his teammates and coaches.
Patrick DerrigSenior, Milford Swimming
Patrick competed hard in the Eagles' meet against Madeira and Sycamore, taking part in four events. His best results were in the 50 backstroke where he took home sixth place and the 100 freestyle where he was eighth.
Luke EmingerJunior, Milford Diving
In a pair of events, Luke earned a win in a six-dive dual meet and a second-place finish in an 11-dive meet against a strong field. In the dual meet against Sycamore, Luke posted a score of 214.85, then followed it up with a mark of 336.50 at the Milford Invitational. Both scores were season bests.
Audrey FoxFreshman, Milford Diving
Audrey, a freshman, had a big week for the Lady Eagles, winning a dual meet against Sycamore and placing fourth in a tough field at the Milford Invitational. Against Sycamore, she earned a six dive season-best score of 183.95.
Ryan LemleyJunior, Milford Bowling
Ryan shot 225-174 for a 399 series to help lead Milford’s boys to a victory over Seven Hills. Ryan is averaging 183 this year.
Cali MeshewJunior, Milford Bowling
Cali shot 173-163 for a 336 series against Seven Hills. Cali is averaging 153 this year.
Noah WhiteSenior, Milford Wrestling
The senior went 5-0 with 5 pins in the 138 lb. weight class at the Loveland Duals. He won the tournament's Most Pins in the Least Amount of Time Award with wins over West Clermont, Loveland, Kings, Deer Park, and Miamisburg.
Lily WrightJunior, Milford Swimming
Lily found her way onto the podium in a pair of events in a meet against Madeira and Sycamore. Individually, she took third in a special 100 IM race, while later helping the 200 medley relay squad to a third-place finish.
Amor HaynesSophomore, Turpin Basketball
Amor, a sophomore forward, had 10 points and six rebounds vs. Milford.
Elizabeth MillerSenior, Turpin Gymnastics
Elizabeth brought her A game to help the team finish as team runner-up at the 16-team Centerville Invitational. She added her new skills to routines and nailed them - to have season-high scores on bars, beam, and floor. The team score improved by almost four points due to Elizabeth and her teammates all working hard.
Kaylee AllenSenior, West Clermont Bowling
All of Kaylee’s hard work has finally paid off. She bowled a 262 with games of 131 and 131 in our match against Kings. She also bowled a 285 with games of 133 and 152 in our match against Fairfield.
Morgan FlemingSenior, West Clermont Swimming
Morgan had wins in both the 200 medley relay and 200 freestyle relay against Ross this past week. She also had a victory in the 200 IM.
Joey JohnstonSenior, West Clermont Bowling
Joey had a great week of bowling. He bowled a 459 with games of 242 and 217 leading the Wolves to a win against Kings. He also bowled a 398 with games of 207 and 191 in our match against Fairfield.