Athletes Of The Week

Updated: 9/15/2014

Week:

Cam Murray

CHCA - Senior
Football

Cam had 10 receptions for 106 yards, including two receiving touchdowns and a rushing touchdown.


Matt Floyd

Cincinnati Christian - Sophomore
Cross Country

Matt had a break-out race at Eaton, running a 17:56 - a personal best by more than 20 seconds.


Turner Anderson

Seven Hills - Senior
Soccer

Turner had a goal and a pair of assists in Seven Hills' win over North College Hill. Turner now leads the Stingers in goals scored with six and assists with seven.


Jairo Escobedo

St. Bernard - Junior
Soccer

Jairo scored the Titans' first goal of the season in the squad's first win of the season. He was a huge part of our 2-1 result against CHCA. In all three games, Jairo played tough and never gave up.


Sophie Walden

St. Bernard - Freshman
Soccer

Sophie has been a key part of the Lady Titans' team. After an injury to one of the team's starting center backs, Sophie stepped in to fill the position. Although small in size, she has been playing like a giant and impressing her coach more and more every game. According to her coach, Sophie is a joy to watch and a proven defensive threat on the field.


Megan Kissel

Cincinnati Christian - Sophomore
Volleyball

Megan had 17 kills on Monday against CHCA. During game five, Megan was unstoppable, with back-to-back powerful kills. Megan had 14 kills against Lockland, which gives her a total of 57 kills so far this season. Megan has a total of 14 aces and 21 blocks this season so far.


Keziah Barker

CHCA - Junior
Soccer

Keziah has been a key player in the CHCA attack and scored three goals this week for the Lady Eagles, two of them in MVC play against St. Bernard. She currently is the leading scorer on the team.


Charlie Maciejewski

Summit Country Day - Junior
Soccer

Charlie recorded three assists and two goals in an 8-3 win over Springfield Catholic. The game was only 2-1 at half, before Charlie helped to break it open in the second half.


Caroline Walton

Summit Country Day - Sophomore
Soccer

In three games this past week, Caroline went 2-0-1 with two shutouts and only one goal allowed. She recorded eight saves in the three games. On the season, she has a 6-0-2 record, an .875 save percentage, 35 saves, and 3.5 shutouts.


Olivia Brown

Cincinnati Country Day - Sophomore
Soccer

Olivia scored one goal and two assists as the Lady Indians moved to 5-2-1 and 3-0-0 in MVC with a 3-1 victory over Cincinnati Christian. She is a returning All-City and All-MVC midfielder for the Lady Indians.


Tywon Berry

Dayton Christian - Freshman
Football

Tywon had a personal-best 223 yards receiving and a touchdown on seven catches for the Warriors. He had one reception of 95 yards for a touchdown and one of over 80 yards. He also had five tackles including a tackle for loss.


Armoni Johnson

Clark Montessori - Senior
Volleyball

Senior completed 50 percent of her serves to assist in a win over St. Bernard.


Casey Burr

New Miami - Junior
Volleyball

Casey went 25-for-26 serving with four aces and nine kills this week, helping lead New Miami to a tough five-game win against Lockland and a dominating three-game win against East Dayton Christian.


Micah Blythe

Clark Montessori - Junior
Football

Micah had a 70-yard touchdown reception and over 130 yards rushing and a touchdown In a 37-0 victory over Gamble Montessori. Micah also contributed with five tackles on defense and returned a punt for a touchdown that was called back.


Mackenzie Patterson

Cincinnati Country Day - Senior
Tennis

Mackenzie won the Greater Cincinnati Tennis Coaches Classic Tournament. She took first place in the #1 Flight. She defeated her opponent in the finals 6-2, 7-6 (5).


Ryan Estes

Clark Montessori - Freshman
Cross Country

Ryan is in his third year of cross country. His first school 5k this year was 19:34 and Saturday ran a 17:46 finishing in tenth place out of 76 runners. He enjoys running long distances as well, having completed the Flying Pig Half Marathon in May where he was an award winner, finishing second overall in his age category.


Blake Hensley

New Miami - Senior
Football

Blake racked up seven solo tackles, two assists, 2.5 sacks, two forced fumbles, an interception for a 10-yard touchdown. Offensively, he added 28 yards rushing on four carries in the Vikings' third straight win of the season.


Sean Eslick

CHCA - Junior
Golf

Sean was the Medalist two days with a 36 and a 37 to lead the Eagles' golf squad.


Davionne Laney

Summit Country Day - Junior
Football

Davionne had five tackles for loss, three sacks, and a forced fumble that he recovered. He also had 12 carries for 68 yards in a 31-3 win over Deer Park.


Sean O'Brien

Cincinnati Country Day - Sophomore
Football

Sean kicked a 51-yard and a 34-yard field goal in the Cincinnati Country Day victory over Jefferson. He also went 5-for-5 in PAT attempts as the Indians won 41-6.


Dearis Smith

Lockland - Junior
Football

Dearis ran the ball 24 times for 157 yards and three touchdowns this week against Aiken. He also had two interceptions on the defensive side of the ball, returning one for a score. Dearis was a huge part of the Panthers' 33-20 win over the Falcons, scoring all but one of the squad's touchdowns.


Morgan Bowen and Anna Faimon

CHCA -
Golf

Morgan, a junior, continues to dominate the opposition. In nine out of 11 matches this year, she has been Medalist; and in 10 of those matches, she has shot 38 or better. She shot 36 at her last match at Potters Park Golf Course. Consistency and great play have made Morgan one of the most outstanding female golfers in the Cincinnati Region this year! Anna, a senior, continues to play well with a scoring average just over 40 for this season. She has been a strong number-two player for the Lady Eagles. In addition, she has helped coordinate practices and details as the team co-Captain. She is doing this while taking three AP classes this fall and maintaining a 4.25 GPA for her high school career. She has truly been a scholar-athlete at CHCA!


Teonte Watson

St. Bernard - Senior
Football

Teonte had 10 tackles and an interception, along with 88 rushing yards and 20 receiving yards against Oldenburg Academy.


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