Cincinnati Enquirer Names High School Athlete of the Week, October 15th

In a poll that ended October 15, readers selected the Cincinnati Enquirer Athletes of the Week, presented by Mercy Health, from high school sports promotion through October 10.

Winners should have received a certificate from the school’s sports department by October 1st. The next round will come in early November.

More:How to nominate Greater Cincinnati High School Athlete of the Week in 2021

When they reach the schools, please remember to send a picture of the winning athletes with their diplomas for the photo gallery to [email protected].

Here are this week’s top picks:

Mercy Health is the Presenting Sponsor of the Sports Awards and Athlete of the Week.

Ohio soccer team: West Clermont – The Wolves knocked out Walnut Hills in the second half after taking a 31-14 win.

Northern Kentucky Football Team: Ryle – Ryle has won five of the last six games after beating Campbell County 44-11.

Boys Fall Team: Covington Catholic Football – The Colonels won the 35th district, beating Holmes 10-0 and Beechwood 2-0.

Girls Fall Team: Simon Kenton Soccer – The Lady Pioneers won the 32nd district by beating Walton-Verona 5-0 on October 6th.

Ohio Boys Cross Country Runner: Aidan Markich, Mason – The junior won the CHCA XC Invitational on October 5th with a time of 4:34:10 pm and helped the Comets win the meeting as a team on October 5th.

Northern Kentucky / Indiana Boys Cross Country Runner: Lake Durrett, St. Henry – He finished second to previous Athlete of the Week, Dixon Ryan, at the Northern Kentucky Athletic Conference Championships on October 9 with a time of 17: 19.5, helping St. Henry to a Division I team title.

Ohio runners: Evelyn Prodoehl, Lakota West – The newcomer won the Anna High School Rocket Invitational October 9th with a time of 6:33 PM, helping her team finish third.

Northern Kentucky / Indiana Cross Country runner: Mackenzie McMain, St. Henry – She finished third in the Small School Race at the Northern Kentucky Athletic Conference Championships on October 9th.

Ohio Footballer, Big School: Marcus Johnson, West Clermont – He ran a dozen times for 132 yards and one score in West Clermont’s 31-14 win over Walnut Hills.

Ohio football player, little school: Jacob Carrico, Summit Country Day – The junior had six tackles and two interceptions in Summit’s 35-0 win over CHCA.

Northern Kentucky / Indiana soccer players: David Govan, Bishop Brossart – He led the Mustangs in their shutout win in tackles and at the same time collected an interception and a touchdown run on the offensive.

Ohio Boys Golfers: Cayse Morgan, Elder – The freshman won the Miami Whitewater Forest Golf Course Division I section and advanced to the districts.

Northern Kentucky Golfer: Ian Asch, Covington Catholic – He finished the KHSAA state tournament with a 154 tied on 26th

Ohio Girl Golfer: Faith Brumfield, Ursuline Academy – The runner-up finished first in the Division I Girls Section at Hamilton Elks Golf Club on October 4th with a 75.

Northern Kentucky Golfers: Eva Maley, Cooper – She finished the KHSAA state tournament with a 158 tied in 15th place and led the Jaguars to fifth place in the team standings.

Ohio Big School Boys soccer players: Luke Thomas, Mason – The senior had one goal and two assists in the 4-0 win over Princeton on October 7 and added another goal in the 2-2 draw against Sycamore on October 5.

Ohio Soccer Player for Little School Boys: Logan Kent, Talawanda – The junior had a hat trick in the 5-0 win over Mt. Healthy on October 7th and added one in the 2-1 win over Hamilton. He now ranks first in the Southwest Ohio Conference with 14 points and third with 30 points.

Northern Kentucky / Indiana boys soccer players: Logan Heeke, South Dearborn – The goalkeeper had 28 saves in the last game of the IHSAA Sectional 28 and a shutout in Saturday’s 3-0 win over Batesville. He also had 15 saves in Wednesday’s 4-2 win over Greensburg and 6 in Monday’s 12-0 win over Franklin County.

Ohio Big School Girls Soccer Players: Riley Hopkins, Lakota West – The senior scored two goals in the 6-0 win over Middletown on October 5th.

Ohio Little Schoolgirl Soccer Player: Anna Best, Clermont Northeast – The junior scored 3 goals in a 4-1 win over Williamsburg, the first-placed team in the SBAAC National Division.

Northern Kentucky / Indiana female soccer player: Taytum Barker, South Dearborn – She made 26 saves, including one on penalties, to lead the Knights to a section win over Lawrenceburg. Those 26 saves brought her to 163, breaking the record for the season previously held by Sydnee Holder in 2019 (141).

Girls tennis, DI single player: Sarah Clark, Turpin – She reaches the Division I singles district tournament after taking first place in the Cincinnati Sectional.

Girls tennis, DII single player: Ashleigh Grooms, Summit Country Day – She reaches the Division II singles district tournament after taking first place in the Cincinnati Sectional.

Girls tennis, DI doubles team: Brooklyn Zappin and Neha Arcot, Ursuline Academy – The doubles team advances to the Division I district game after finishing fourth in the Mason Sectional.

Girls tennis, DII doubles team: Ella Malafa and Kate Taylor, Mariemont – The doubles team moves up to the district game of Division II after third place in the Mason section.

Ohio Big School Volleyball Player: Tessa Jones, Seton – The middle hitter had a career high of 25 kills with a .478 while defeating Springboro in a five-set match. She also chipped 1 ace, 4 digs, and 2 blocks.

Ohio Little Volleyball Player: Annie Katuska, Seven Hills – The freshman had 28 assists, six digs and five kills in a 3-1 win over Norwood on October 6th.

Northern Kentucky / Indiana volleyball player: Lacey Morris, Conner – She averaged 17 digs in two Cougar wins last week, including one over Beechwood.

Water polo: Carson McDaniel, Princeton – The junior led the Vikings to a 3-1 record this week with 23 goals and 8 assists against Milford, Sylvania, Napoleon and St. Charles.

Comments are closed.