Athletes Of The Week

Week:

Adam Baker

CHCA - Junior
Track

Adam has been a solid performer throughout the track and field season. Adam is a District champion in two events (long jump and 4x400 relay), and will go on to compete at Regionals in Dayton.


Niah Woods

Summit Country Day - Sophomore
Track

Niah won the 100 and 200 meters at the District Meet at New Richmond. She also placed second in the long jump and anchored the third place 4x100 meter relay team. She is headed to Regionals in four events. The Summit girls were District champs, largely in part to Niah's efforts.


St. Bernard Softball Team

St. Bernard -
Softball

The Lady Titans placed second in the Gray Division, while never getting to actually play the first place team because of the weather this season. While this situation was extremely frustrating, the Lady Titans handled the situation with poise and good sportsmanship - positively acknowledging the first place team, and celebrating the good season that they have had. "I have never been so proud to be a coach as I have been this season," said Coach Jennifer Johnson.


Nicholas Williams

Seven Hills - Sophomore
Tennis

Nicholas made an impact this season in the MVC. Nicholas, coming off a year-long injury to his shoulder, competed with the best players in the State this season. This week, Nicholas battled the number-one singles player from CCDS in an epic three-set match. Serving for the match, Nicholas got a quad cramp, yet tried to continue playing. He finished out the match 7-5 for a loss, but showed how tough a competitor he is and how much respect he has for the game. Seven Hills looks forward to two more years with Nicholas at the helm. Coach Drew also congratulated all the MVC squads on a great season of tennis!


Matt Floyd

Cincinnati Christian - Junior
Track

Matt won the 800 meters at the Division III District Meet with a time of 2:01 and will be advancing to the Regional Meet in Troy this week.


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