Athletes Of The Week


Simon Myers

Summit Country Day - Junior

Simon had a big two weeks for the Knights, shooting 78 in the Arrow Invitational at Windy Knoll Golf Club in Springfield back on August 20, carding a 76 in the LaSalle Invitational at Clovernook Country Club in North College Hill on Monday, Co-Medaling with a 36 in a nine-hole match with Cincinnati Christian Schools on Tuesday at Wetherington Country Club in West Chester, and Co-Medaling with a 39 against Cincinnati Country Day on Thursday at Kenwood Country Club.

Ayanna Kemp

Cincinnati Country Day - Junior

Ayanna opened the season with a couple strong performances in Country Day's first two games. The three-year starter and scholar-athlete will helped lead the attack from her outside position. Her assist against Mariemont propelled the Lady Indians to a 1-0 victory in a weather-shortened game.

Ryan Estes

Clark Montessori - Junior
Cross Country

Ryan won the fourth annual Clark Two Miler with a course record 10:42.

Brady Abboott and Daniel Hackney

St. Bernard -
Cross Country

Brady and Daniel, both juniors, each placed in the top 15 in their first two races of the season this past week.

Maddie Brault

Summit Country Day - Junior

Maddie, a junior forward for the Lady Knights, had three goals and an assist to lead Summit to a 7-0 victory over Worthington Christian. It was Maddie's first career hat trick and the 52nd in program history.

Sophie Walden

St. Bernard - Junior

Sophie is a junior and captain on a combined team of guys and girls, playing in one of the toughest leagues in Ohio. That alone would intimidate any player, yet Sophie seems to excel at the challenge. Whether it's running the midfield or dominating on defense, Sophie stands out on a soccer field regardless of the gender of the opposing players. Size-wise, she is the smallest player on the field; ability wise, she is a force to be reckoned with. She doesn't stand out as one of the best girls on the field, she stands out as one of the best players on the field.

Erica Wuennemann

CHCA - Junior

Erica's serving this week got many teams out of system. Though we didn't win a match, Erica was a strength to keep our team going.

Mia Masterson

Cincinnati Country Day - Sophomore

Last Thursday, Mia defeated 2015 MVC Athlete of the Year, Lauren Saggar (Seven Hills), 4-6, 6-4, 6-4 in a match that lasted well over three hours.

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