In a poll that ended October 9th, readers of cincinnati.com selected the Cincinnati Enquirer Athlete of the Week for September 28th through October 28th. 4 voting period.
The winners will receive a certificate sent through the school’s sports department.
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You don’t have to be a subscriber to vote. This period lasts every Monday afternoon until 5 p.m. during the season. Please send all nominations for the previous week’s performances to [email protected] by Monday morning. The new ballot will be published on Monday evening. You can vote once an hour from any device.
This week’s winners are:
Ohio Fall Boys Team: Turpin Soccer – The boys had three shutout wins against Little Miami, Milford and Walnut Hills last week to bring their overall record to 8-3 and win five of their last six games.
Ohio Fall Girls Team: Mercy McAuley volleyball – Mercy McAuley ended the week with a five-set win over Notre Dame Academy and a shot at Sycamore.
Northern Kentucky / Indiana Fall Boys Team: Grant County Football – The Braves improved to 7-3 with wins over Harrison County and Owen County.
Northern Kentucky / Indiana Fall Girls Team: Ryle Volleyball – Ryle won three games a week and improved his record to 12-3 with an eight-game winning streak.
Ohio soccer team: Lakota West – The Firebirds knocked out Mason 21-0 to end an undefeated 5-0 regular season.
Northern Kentucky / Indiana Soccer Team: Dixie Heights – Dixie Heights traveled to a tough Beechwood squad and won 28:20.
Ohio Boys Cross Country: Conor Drill, St. Xavier – The senior finished just 18 seconds behind his teammate and St. Xavier Invitational winner Nathan Mountain, also the youngest athlete of the week to lead the Bombers to the October 2nd team title.
Boys from Northern Kentucky / Indiana: Benjamin Moster, Batesville – The junior won the Greensburger Invitational with a time of 16: 59.61 to help him achieve a team title.
Ohio Girls Cross Country: Rebecca Bresnahan, Clark Montessori – The senior won the Clark Montessori XC Invitational on September 29, running the two-mile race from 12:31.99.
Northern Kentucky / Indiana Girls: Kaylee Johnsonbaugh, Covington Latin – She won the Rivercity Invitational Series on October 1st in Dayton with a time of 24:01.
Field hockey: Maggie Hudepohl, Summit Country Day – She had an outstanding game as a center forward and scored two goals in defeating Talawanda. The score was 7-1.
Football player, big school: Ari Turner, Princeton – The return started the scoring with a 40:23 win over Fairfield with a 58-yard touchdown run and ended with a season high of 159 yards on the ground.
Soccer player, small school: Jeff May, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy – The interception of the defensive tackle returned for a touchdown and shifted momentum in favor of the Eagles in a 36-7 win over Summit Country Day. They were tied at 7 a.m. at halftime until his election six.
Soccer player from North Kentucky / Indiana: Pierce Rohlman, Dixie Heights – The junior ran 167 yards and two touchdowns in Dixie’s 28:20 win over Beechwood. He had 366 yards on the ground in four games, an average of 91 per competition.
Ohio Golfer: Brandon Conner, Madeira – The junior won a Division II section championship on The Mill Course on Sept. 30 by shooting a 76.
Golfers for boys from Northern Kentucky, Indiana:: Barry Alexander, Walton-Verona – He rose to the state tournament by shooting a 75 and finishing a seven in Region 7.
Ohio girl golfers: Eleanor Hudepohl, Ursuline Academy – In two league games this week, Eleanor played the 18 holes in five under par. Eleanor dominated both games. Ursuline defeated Seton at Miami Whitewater, with Eleanor scoring a 2 under par 34 out of nine. Today she shot a 3 under 34 on O’Bannon Creek’s top nine against Mercy McAuley. She was six shots ahead of the closest competitor at both events.
Girl golfer from North Kentucky / Indiana:: Reagan Ramage, Cooper – The eighth grader won an individual championship in Region 7 when she shot a 78 and led the jaguars to a team berth. She is one of teammates Kendall Brissey, Eva Maley and Skylar Anderson in the top 10 in the region.
Ohio Boys Footballer: Jacob Beauchot, Mason – The senior had one goal in the 4-3 win for the first-placed Mason Boys soccer team against Sycamore and extended his lead as top scorer of the Greater Miami Conference with 32 points.
Boys’ soccer from North Kentucky, Indiana: Josh Spence, Cooper – Last week Josh led the Cooper defense in goal, allowing only 1 goal in two games with a total of more than 20 saves. During this time, Cooper prevailed 6-1 against his opponents. In the last game against district rivals Conner, Josh had 14 saves with several key saves, including several 1-1 saves.
Ohio girl soccer player: Alli Stahl, West Clermont – The senior striker / midfielder scored three goals in the 9-0 win over Northwest on October 3 and one more in the 2-2 draw with Anderson on September 29.
Girls’ soccer from North Kentucky / Indiana:: Carson Smith, Dixie Heights – She scored six goals in a 10-0 win over Newport Central Catholic and supported Notre Dame in the loss
Tennis player: Claire Burns, Wilmington – She finished the regular season 21-3, 10-0 in conference to form the first-team All-Southern Buckeye Athletic and Academic Conference.
Ohio Girls Volleyball: Mya White, Lebanon – The freshman had 75 kills, 6 serving aces, 43 digs, 6 blocks and 78 passes in three wins for leading Lebanon in the Eastern Cincinnati Conference. She leads the conference in kills with 282.
Girls volleyball player from Northern Kentucky: Lauren Welch, Ryle The Senior Libero recorded 42 digs, 11 aces and 66 serve receptions in a three-set sweep over Scott, Campbell County and Highlands. She is involved in volleyball at Ashland University.
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