Athletes Of The Week

Updated: 1/26/2015


Ronnie Jones

St. Bernard - Senior

Ronnie, senior post player, scored a career-high 17 points (9-for-11 at the free throw line) and had seven rebounds for the Titans in a league victory against New Miami on Friday night.

Justin Lewis

Cincinnati Christian - Junior

Justin, a great first-year bowler, compiled a six-game average of 167 with a high game of 197 for the Cougars.

Rami Wadih

Clark Montessori - Senior

Rami is a wonderful leader and is very encouraging to this younger teammates. This weekend, Rami anchored the men's 400 Free Relay. The Clark relay was behind CHCA by half the length of the pool. He dove in and won the relay by out-touching the CHCA relay.

Janszen Lewis

Clark Montessori - Senior

Janszen led the Lady Cougars in scoring this past week with a combined 23 points, 16 of those in the loss to St. Bernard and seven more in the victory over Cincinnati Christian.

Terrence Hubbard

Cincinnati Christian - Senior

Terence is a 6-1 senior guard who scored 14 points, grabbed nine rebounds, and had two steals in the Cougars' win over Lockland on Thursday night. That win kept Cincinnati Christian atop the Gray Division standings of the MVC.

Payton Keiner

Cincinnati Christian - Sophomore

Payton had two ninth place finishes (50 Free and 100 Back) and a third place finish (200 Back) last weekend at the Southwest Ohio High School Classic. This was the largest high school swim meet in the country with about 2900 swimmers, including both DI and DII athletes.

Corey Wilson

Seven Hills - Junior

Corey took first place at the Crossgate House Challenge Tournament on Sunday (January 25). His two-game total was 490 with games of 276 and 214. He also bowled a 484 on Friday against Cincinnati Christian and 431 on Wednesday against Ross. He averaged 234 for the week, bringing his overall average to 208 for the season.

Samantha Eng

Seven Hills - Sophomore

Samantha bowled her highest game of 150 for the season at the Crossgate Challenge Tournament on Sunday, January 25.

Chandler Meador

CHCA - Senior

Chandler, a first-year swimmer who was recovering from knee surgery, has used the swimming as part of her rehabilitation. She swam her personal-best times over the weekend against Clark Montessori and Summit Country Day. Starting the season at :34 for the 50 Free and 1:21 for the 100 Free, Chandler dropped her times to 30.61 and 1.09.98 respectively. Also during the season, Chandler swam the IM, Backstroke, Fly and Breast events to make her senior swim year well rounded.

Connor Sheehy and Domonic Rottman


Connor and Domonic, both juniors, swam in the 500 Free against Clark Montessori and Summit Country Day on Saturday and both came away with lifetime-best times. Connor dropped 27 seconds and Domonic dropped 19 seconds. Connor added a personal-best in the 100 Fly as well. They both form part of the Eagles' successful 4x100 Free Relay as well, and are looking forward to Sectionals and making Districts.

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