Athletes Of The Week


Anthony Harrison

St. Bernard - Junior

Anthony, a junior guard for the Titans, scored 71 points and grabbed 34 rebounds in three games over a four-day span.

CHCA Girls' Swimming Quartet


Anna Van Jura, a sophomore, was CHCA's lone winner at the MVC Championships taking out the 100 breaststroke and finishing second in the 200 freestyle. Last year, Anna made it through to Districts as a freshman and is hoping to go to State this year. Anna was part of CHCA swim Australia trip in January. Sydni Schramm, a sophomore in her second year on swim team, has improved so much in everything it was difficult to find which event to put her in. Sydni scored points at the MVC Championships in both her events, dropping a whopping 10 seconds in her 200 freestyle and and two seconds in the 100 breaststroke. Hope Whiteside, a junior, has had a breakthrough year after returning from the CHCA Swim Australia trip, swimming her lifetime bests in both the 100 freestyle and 100 backstroke. She dropped three seconds off her backstroke and finished fourth at the MVC Championships. Hope will be competing in these events at Sectionals. Rachel Haslem, a junior, also had an awesome MVC Championship Meet, dropping three seconds in the 200 freestyle and nine seconds in the 500 freestyle. Rachel also swam personal bests in both relay legs and was a major point scorer for the team. She was also a member of the CHCA Swim Australia trip and will swim these events at Sectionals.

Cincinnati Christian 200 Freestyle Relay Team

Cincinnati Christian -

Payton Keiner, a junior, Carley Phillips, a junior, Laura Kindell, a senior, and Kaitlyn Butts, a senior, captured the MVC Championship in the 200 meter freestyle relay with a time of 1:50.18.

Catherine Bain

Seven Hills - Senior

Catherine made four three-pointers in the Lady Stingers' win over DePaul Cristo Ray on Senior Night.

Christian Keese

Cincinnati Christian - Junior

Christian scored 72 points, pulled down 16 rebounds, recorded four blocks, four steals, and four assists in three games this past week to keep the Cougars' winning streak alive at four games.

Anna Hattemer

Clark Montessori - Freshman

Anna is one of the hardest workers on the swim team. She comes to practice everyday with a positive attitude and a willingness to work hard. She listens to the advice given to her and implements it during her races. Her significant time drops and attention to detail have earned her a spot on the Sectional relays. Anna has a lot of potential and will go far in her swimming career.

Keylynn McQueen

Clark Montessori - Junior

Kaylynn had a monster game in a losing effort against Rioger Bacon on February 1. The junior poured in 13 points, grabbed a career-high 18 rebounds, and blocked a pair of shots in the Lady Cougars' 50-41 loss.

Phoebe Schiff and Emily Jones

Seven Hills -

Phoebe, a junior, bowled her highest game with a personal best of 167 against Springboro. Emily, a freshman, also bowled her highest game of 128 and series of 251 against Springboro.

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