Cincinnati Enquirer High School Athlete of the Week, March 29th

Voting for the Athlete of the Week presented by Mercy Health is now open. Enquirer / Cincinnati.com readers can now vote once an hour for their favorite high school athletes of the week from their desktop, Cincinnati.com mobile web, or the Cincinnati.com app by joining the ones listed below Scroll ballot papers.

The deadline is 5 p.m. on Friday as the vote starts later than usual that week.

The Athlete of the Week vote takes place every week during the college sports competition and recognizes athletes from all sports.

Mercy Health is the presentation sponsor of the Cincinnati High School Sports Awards.

If you can’t see the ballot when you scroll to the bottom of this story, try updating the link or clearing the cache on your browser. Voters can cast one vote per hour per device. You don’t have to be a subscriber to vote.

More:Learn how to nominate Greater Cincinnati High School Athlete of the Week

The athletes were nominated for the vote on Monday March 29th last week. You can nominate athletes for their accomplishments this week for voting next Monday, April 5th. Winter Twitter hashtags for team and player nominations: #cincyhoops for girls and boys basketball.

Spring hashtags: #cincybaseball for baseball, #cincysoftball for softball, #cincylax for lacrosse, #cincypolo for water polo, #cincyvb for boys’ volleyball, #cincytennis for tennis, #cincytrack for athletics.

The athletes will vote this week based on information provided to The Enquirer and nominations made over the past week.

Do you want to make sure your team’s game information and stats get to the right people? Email this information to [email protected]

Please do not send your votes by email. they won’t count. Nominations and voting are not the same thing.

More:High Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky High School Sports Scores, March 22-Mar. 28

Readers can join The Enquirer’s Facebook group Preps Plus to take part in the high school sports talks.

There is also a group, Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Sports Parents, for related topics.

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