Cincinnati Enquirer picks high school athlete of the week, October 1st

In a poll that ended October 1, readers voted for the Cincinnati Enquirer Athletes of the Week, presented by Mercy Health, from high school sports promotion through September 26.

The winners receive a certificate from the school’s sports department. The first round will appear in early October.

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].

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

Ohio Soccer Team: Edgewood – After starting the season 0-2, Edgewood’s 52-13 win at Mount Healthy on Friday was Edgewood’s third straight run and meant 3-2.

Northern Kentucky Football Team: Newport Central Catholic – Five pass touchdowns resulted in NewCath beating Newport 43:14. The thoroughbreds have only allowed 14 points in the last three games.

Boys Fall Team: Holy Cross Football – The Indians defeated Covington Latin 8-1 on September 21, before knocking out Holmes 10-0 on September 23.

Girls Fall Team: Taylor Soccer – Taylor took control of the Cincinnati Hills League early on after beating Wyoming 3-2 on September 22.

Ohio Boys Cross Country Runner: Isaac Chess Director, Mason – He won the 39th annual Culver Academies Cross Country Invitational with a time of 15: 57.0 and helped the Comets to a first place on the team.

Northern Kentucky / Indiana Cross Country Runner: Jacob Line, Ryle – The senior won the Williamstown Invitational on September 25 with a time of 16: 58.60 and helped Ryle to a team title.

Ohio Girl Cross Country Skier: Emmy Sager, Loveland – The senior won the Loveland Sunset Invitational on September 25th with a time of 18: 32.70 and helped the team to a first place.

Northern Kentucky / Indiana Cross Country runner: Rachel Campbell, East Central – She was the overall individual winner of the Connersville Invitational with a winning time of 8:52 pm on Tuesday, September 21st. Rachel then won the Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference with a time of 8:02 p.m. and was named the EIAC’s MVP for 2021.

Field hockey: Abby Moore, Summit Country Day – The senior captain played an outstanding game in midfield against Indian Hill, in which the team won 1-0. She gave the team a lot of offensive momentum.

Ohio Footballer, Big School: Brodey Berg, Anderson – He ran seven times in Anderson’s 49-7 win over West Clermont, four of which went for touchdowns.

Ohio football player, small school: Caden Conner, Reading – He ran for 183 yards and two touchdowns in 24 tries in Reading’s 34-0 win over Madeira.

Northern Kentucky / Indiana soccer players: Jack Lonaker, Cooper – He had 23 tackles, 12 solo, in Cooper’s 31-24 loss to Covington Catholic in four overtimes. He also intercepted a passport.

Golfers for Boys: Talen Beane, Campbell County – He led the camels to fourth place in the NKAC tournament with an 84.

Girl golfers: Hannah Rice, Notre Dame Academy – She shot a 78 to help the pandas finish second as a team in the NKAC tournament on September 20th.

Ohio Boys Soccer Players: Seth Warren, Northwest – He had 2 goals and 3 assists in his 7-0 win over Mt. Healthy on September 23.

Northern Kentucky / Indiana boy soccer players: Cole Lorenzen, Highlands – On the Seniors Night, he added the fourth goal in a 4-1 in over Dixie Heights from 25 yards.

Ohio Girls Soccer Player: Abigail Meyer, Ross – The senior scored two goals in the 7-0 win over Talawanda on September 21 and three goals and one assist in the 9-0 win over Princeton on September 25. She leads the Southwest Ohio Conference on points, goals and assists.

Northern Kentucky / Indiana female soccer player: Ally Welch, Conner – She had five saves in a 1-0 shutout win over Beechwood.

Tennis players, singles: Lila Hool, Talawanda – She won her first individual against her Harrison opponent in a 3-2 loss to the Wildcats on September 21st.

Girls tennis player, doubles team: Brooklyn Zappin and Neha Arcot, Ursuline Academy – Neha and Brooklyn took second place in the first and second singles in the Coaches Classic. They led Ursuline to 4th place overall.

Ohio Big School volleyball players: Ainsley Wessel, Loveland – The junior, who recently hit her 100th kill of the season, had 15 kills, 7 digs, and 26 passes in victories over Winton Woods on September 23 and Walnut Hills on September 22.

Ohio Little Volleyball Player: Libby Evanshine, East Clinton – The junior had 17 kills, 16 assists, 8 digs, 3 blocks and 2 serving aces in the 3-1 win over Hillsboro on September 20th. She leads the SBAAC on kills with 211.

Volleyball player from Northern Kentucky / Indiana: Ashley Shields, Calvary Christian – She had 10 of the team’s 18 kills as well as four digs in a Conference win over Ludlow on September 24th.

Water polo: Tommy Burton, Princeton – He helped the Vikings Uni team to a 3-2 record in the 28th

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