Athletes Of The Week


Jenna Mallaley

Freshman, CHCA Basketball

Jenna scored 17 points and had four rebounds and four steals in CHCA’s win over MVCA.

Zach Beltz

Senior, Cincinnati Christian Bowling

Zach put up a 279 and a 217 against Monroe for a 496 series on Tuesday. On Friday against Seven Hills, he put up a 234 and a 290 for a 524 series - breaking both his single game and two-game series school records that he set on December 17, 2021.

Cincinnati Christian Boys Basketball Trio

Cincinnati Christian Basketball

Junior Elijah Bembry compiled 11 points, six rebounds, and two block shots vs. CCD on Tuesday; 27 points, 11 rebounds, and three steals vs. St. Bernard on Friday; and 21 points and 10 rebounds vs. Talawanda on Saturday. Junior Corey Rogers added 14 points, three assists, and two steals and junior Jacob Parnell had 13 points, five rebounds, and three assists in the Talawanda match-up.

Shepard Snell

Sophomore, Cincinnati Country Day Basketball

The sophomore for the Nighthawks scored 15 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in a huge come-from-behind win over Cincinnati Christian on Tuesday and then scored 13 points on Saturday night in the road win over Seven Hills. "Shepard is a hard worker, tough competitor, plays with a high motor, and is a tenacious defender; but most importantly, he is a wonderful young man and terrific teammate,” said head coach Greg Ross.

Ali Winchester and Kylie Jones

Norwood Basketball

Ali, a sophomore, scored 27 points against Roger Bacon, while Kylie, also a sophomore, tallied 14 points.

Seth Hinton

Senior, Norwood Wrestling

Seth took home first-place honors at the Warhawk Classic on Saturday.

Andrew Neal

Senior, Roger Bacon Basketball

While missing our leading scorer due to injury, Andrew scored 25 total points, dished out nine assists, and collected six rebounds in wins this weekend over Norwood and Indian Hill. Academically, Andrew is a member of our prestigious Assisi Scholar program and has an overall GPA of 3.85.

Seven Hills Boys Bowling Trio

Seven Hills Bowling

Senior Noah Kocher placed second at the Private School Invitational held at Wayne Webb Columbus Bowl on Saturday. Freshmen Nicholas Stein and Adi Duggal, both just started bowling in November, were called up to fill in for a couple of ill starters and held their own at the tournament. With their help, the team finished seventh.

Keyon Wilson

Junior, St. Bernard-Elmwood Place Basketball

Keyon has moved into a starting role with injuries and illness. His improved play, improved practice habits, are improved basketball IQ are all helping the Titans.

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