Voting for the next cincinnati.com Athlete of the Week election presented by Mercy Health for the week of August 23-29, 2021 is open.
Enquirer / Cincinnati.com readers can vote for their favorite athlete of the week once an hour on their desktop, the Cincinnati.com mobile web, or the Cincinnati.com app by scrolling to the ballots listed below.
The deadline for entries is Friday 5 p.m.
The Athlete of the Week vote takes place every week during all high school sports seasons and honors athletes from all sports.
If you can’t see the ballot when scrolling to the bottom of this article, try updating the link or clearing the cache on your browser. Voters can cast one vote per hour and device. You don’t have to be a subscriber to vote.
Please note: The Enquirer’s voting system only recognizes one vote per WLAN IP address. So if you share it with multiple people, consider taking your phone off WiFi every hour to vote.
A very important note: Please do not send your votes by email; they won’t count. You must use the ballot papers below to make them count. Nomination and voting are not the same thing. You nominate someone before a vote. You vote for them as soon as they are on the ballot. In other words, please do not email us or tag us on Twitter after the ballots are approved and say, “I want to nominate (athlete is already on the ballot)” or “I want for (name of Insert athletes) “vote.
Twitter hashtags: soccer, #cincyfb; Soccer, #cincysoccer; Cross-country skiing, #cincyxc; Tennis, #Cincytennis; Water polo, #cincypolo; Field hockey, #cincyfh; Golf, #cincygolf and volleyball, #cincyvb.
More:How to nominate Greater Cincinnati High School Athlete of the Week in 2021
Athletes will vote this week based on information provided to The Enquirer and nominations made over the past week, including scores and results, by email at [email protected]
Readers can join The Enquirer’s Preps Plus Facebook group to get into the high school sports talk.
There is also a group, Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Sports Parents, for related topics.
The Enquirer staff reserves the right to remove ballots or athletes from the ballot if there are irregularities in the voting.