Clark Montessori - Sophomore
Tyra, a sophomore, is starting to give Clark an outside hitter presence that's been missing for a couple of years.
Clark Montessori - Senior
Jacklyn has scored four goals in two games this season and has one assist. She has had an excellent start to the new season.
St. Bernard - Junior
For the first time in a long time, the Lady Titans have started their season with two consecutive wins. This is due in huge part to the amazing defensive play of junior defender, Chelsea Carroll. Chelsea controls the backfield, while containing the midfield and starting offensive runs. She also has an assist under her belt from the Lady Titans' 4-1 victory over Purcell Marian. She is one of the hardest-working players I know.
Seven Hills - Senior
In the Stingers' three wins last week, Turner had five goals and a pair of assists.
Summit Country Day - Junior
Janel scored a goal in her second consecutive game. After scoring the game-winning goal in the opening match last weekend, Janel evened the game this past Saturday against Worthington Christian with seven minutes remaining in the game to preserve a 4-4 tie.
Cincinnati Country Day - Senior
Kaitlin had an impressive Saturday at CCDS. She ran in the CCDS Cross Country Meet, finishing as her squad's top runner and seventh place before playing 80 minutes of soccer in a 5-0 victory over Mariemont. Kaitlin is a four-sport athlete at CCDS - soccer, cross country, gymnastics and track.
Cincinnati Christian - Sophomore
David set a personal record at the Moeller Primetime Invitational despite difficult heat and humidity. He was the sixth overall finisher among Division II-III athletes with a time of 18:27.
Seven Hills - Sophomore
Laney worked hard the off-season to capture the coveted first singles spot on the Seven Hills girls’ tennis team. This past week, Laney beat the number one from CCDS in an over two hours' battle in the season’s first 90-degree day. The next day, she defeated the number-one singles player from Summit in another long, hard fought battle in the heat. Both matches showcased the great sportsmanship from all three schools. Though Laney’s wins helped the team, her great role modeling and sportsmanship were more valuable.
New Miami - Senior
Alicia went 19-for-19 serving with five aces and also had 13 assists in the Lady Vikings' first win against CCPA this week.
St. Bernard - Senior
Although the Titans lost their three games during the week, Chris kept St. Bernard in the games with his play in the net. He recorded over 40 saves in three games.
CHCA - Sophomore
Rachel has put in consistent effort since the beginning of CHCA cross country conditioning and has pushed herself to excel in impressive ways. At the CCD Invitational this past Saturday, Rachel took her running to the limit and fought her way to the lead position toward the end of the race to finish in first place for high school girls with a very impressive time of 21:24.
Cincinnati Christian - Senior
Hannah had four goals and two assists to help the Lady Cougars' soccer squad begin the season with a 2-0 record.
Clark Montessori - Junior
Lily ran a 22:03 at VOA in the Lakota East meet held Saturday, setting a school record in her first 5K of the year in the process. She is also first in her class academically.
Summit Country Day - Junior
Charlie recorded an assist and game-winning goal against Worthington Christian, a team that has been to the State Final Four nine straight years.
CCDS Cross Country Teams
Cincinnati Country Day -
According to head coach Merle Black, all the Indians runners ran well. "I was thrilled by freshman Bobby Flynn and sophomore Max Luebber’s races - their first varsity cross-country competitions. Max easily broke twenty minutes and Bobby was just over the twenty minute mark. Both varsity squads finished third out of five teams. Charlie Sachs and Connor Wiley, our captain, finished in the top ten out of 85 runners. Kaitlyn Harden completed the race of the meet - she is a strong 800 runner in track and she demonstrated her speed by blowing by a number of runners in the last 100 meters to finish seventh."
Mark Smith and Erik Kohlan
Mark, a junior, has three goals in the Silver Knights' first two games, including a short-handed game-winner over Yellow Springs. Erik, also a junior, has three goals and one assist in Summit's first three games (one goal per game), including one goal and one assist in a 3-2 win over Yellow Springs and one goal in a 2-1 loss to Dayton Christian.