Athletes Of The Week


Kyle Kellum

New Miami - Sophomore

Kyle was hot this past week, driving in the game-winning run on Friday and collecting two RBI's on Saturday to tie the game in the bottom of sixth.

Jacob Weinstein

Seven Hills - Sophomore

Jacob threw a complete game shutout against Riverview East on Tuesday. Jacob went a full seven innings, allowing no runs on three hits, while striking out 10 opponents. He also contributed to the Stingers' 6-0 win by picking off a runner at second base and tagging out another at the plate for the final out of the game.

Mason Moore

Summit Country Day - Senior

Mason traveled down to the Eastern Relays in Louisville, Kentucky, and placed fourth in the two mile with a time of 9:11 on Saturday.

Keylynn McQueen

Clark Montessori - Sophomore

Keylynn went 4-for-8 this week with a double and three RBI's for the Lady Cougars.

Olivia Robinson

Cincinnati Country Day - Sophomore

Olivia was 2-for-4 with five RBI's and a double. Her leadership and skills at third base have helped us all season long.

Jacob Stavsky

Seven Hills - Junior

Jacob played a huge role in Seven Hills victory over powerhouse Walnut Hills on Thursday. Jacob rolled his ankle on a wide forehand, but would not retire his match at second singles. He used ball placement and heart to weasel out a third set victory. Seven Hills clinched a 4-1 win. Jacob’s third set battle motivated the Stingers' second doubles team to get fired up and win its third set also. Jacob continues to be a vocal and visual leader on the 2015 Seven Hills tennis team.

James Deaton

CHCA - Junior

James has done an outstanding job improving his long jump performance at every meet. The long jump was a new event this year for James, but he has managed to progress from 16’ jumps to more competitive jumps in the mid 18’s. James is a great competitor for CHCA in the sprint and relay events as well.

Reva Johnson

New Miami - Sophomore

Reva played three different infield positions this week as the Lady Vikings battled through injury and sickness. She always works hard for her team and is willing to try something new when needed. Reva is currently leading the team with a .500 batting average.

Rachel Doloresco

Cincinnati Christian - Senior

Rachel won the 400 meters Friday night at Reading, led off the Lady Cougars' victorious 4x200 meter relay, and finished second in the 200 meters.

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