Athletes Of The Week


CCS Senior Quartet

Cincinnati Christian -

From head boys’ basketball coach Carl Woods: “Seniors Jalon Percy, Cole Martin, Miguel Ringer, and Riley Reutener have shown tremendous loyalty, commitment, dedication, and passion throughout their respective careers. They have been excellent role models for the underclassmen as evidenced by their values and integrity. I am very fond of these '4' phenomenal young men and they will surely be missed.”

Max Creech

Seven Hills - Junior

Max came in first place at the MVC Championships and won Bowler of the Year for the MVC. She also finished fifth at Sectionals which helped her team advance to Districts.

Cate Collett

Cincinnati Country Day - Junior

Cate had a strong day for the Lady Indians at the Cincinnati City Gymnastics Championships. She had season-high scores on bars and all-around to help the squad to a fifth place finish.

Myles Faison

Clark Montessori - Senior

Myles has been a consistent leader and performer off and on the court all season. He is an outstanding role model for Clark High School.

Andrew Markworth

Seven Hills - Freshman

Andrew finished the season rolling his highest game. In the third game of Sectionals he shot a 192 game. His previous high game was a 184. Andrew has really worked hard all season long to improve his game, and he certainly did. He started the season with a 117 average and finished with a 140.

Seven Hills Boys' Basketball Team

Seven Hills -

The Stingers finished the winter as co-champs in the Gray Division and tying the overall best record in the league for both divisions. It has been nine years since Seven Hills has won a league title in basketball, and this team did a great job of finishing out the regular season with six straight wins.

Trey Robinette

New Miami - Sophomore

Trey poured in 35 points in a big 81-68 win over Cincinnati Country Day on Friday.

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