In a poll that ended September 18, readers of cincinnati.com selected the winners of the Cincinnati Enquirer Athlete of the Week for the September 7-13 voting period.
The winners will receive a certificate that will be mailed through the school’s sports department.
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This week’s winners are:
Fall Boys Team: Mason Football– The boys have an overall record of 6-0 and are 3-0 with 17 goals and only 1 goal in the league at the top of the GMC.
Girls’ team in autumn: Mount Notre Dame football – The Cougars have remained undefeated this season with a 6-0 record. In addition, last Wednesday, September 9th, they defeated the Ursulines 5-0!
Ohio soccer team: Taylor – Three touchdowns from Jose Gonzalez led Taylor to his first win, a 20-13 win over Reading.
Northern Kentucky / Indiana Football Team: Campbell County – The Camel defense held and allowed only one hit in the 21-8 win over Cooper.
Ohio Boys Cross Country: Coleman Cronk, Lakota West – He stormed the last 100 meters of the Mason CC Invitational only to finish second with 0.1 seconds. Cronk (16: 14.9) led the state-placed Lakota West Firebirds in 3rd place to their second victory in a row over last year’s OHSAA state champions (St. Xavier) and the national runners-up (Mason).
Northern Kentucky / IndianaCross-country skiing for boys: Jacob Line, Ryle – The junior was the top placed raider in the boys 3K race for the AA / AAA class at the Mason County Invitational in seventh place with a time of 10: 29.87 and helped Ryle to a second place on the team (highest among the local Teams). .
Ohio Girls Cross Country: Alyssa Hammond, Oak Hills – She was the best placed Highlander in second place at the Little Miami XC Invitational September 12th with a time of 19: 14.0 and helped Oak Hills to a first place on the team.
Northern Kentucky / IndianaGirls Cross Country: Ashlyn Vanlandingham, Conner – She won the 4K race at the Connor Quad meeting 2020 in a time of 16: 08.08 in Idlewild.
Field hockey: Ainsley Kemp, Mount Notre Dame – The second goalkeeper had 5 saves against Ursuline in their 0-0 game that went into overtime last week.
Football player, big school: Zach Hymer, Kings – The senior linebacker had two sacks and several key tackles in the Knights’ 34-13 win over Middletown.
Soccer player, small school: Chris Long, Bethel-Tate – The quarterback went 16 for 29 pass for 245 yards with four touchdowns. He played defense and received 2 interceptions, including a pick-6, in a 46-0 win over Clermont Northeastern on September 11th.
Soccer Player from Northern Kentucky / Indiana: Preston Agee, Campbell County – He made two quick touchdowns and an interception to help the Camels beat Cooper 21-8.
Young golfers: Nate Birck, LaSalle – He led the Lancers with a 37 (+1) in the GCL South Quad in Hyde Park. In addition, he was also the medalist in a 144-159 win over Hamilton and shot a 32 (-4) at Indian Ridge.
Girl golfers: Kylee Heidemann, Mercy McAuley – The runner-up was the medalist with a 1 under par 70 on the Miami Whitewater Golf Course at the Best of the West golf tournament on September 12th and helped Mercy McAuley to a first place on the team. She averages 36.80 for nine holes, which is good for second place in the Girls Greater Catholic League.
Boys soccer players: Kevin Ren, Mason – In a 7-1 win over Oak Hills 7-1 on September 10, the junior midfielder scored 4 of the first 5 goals in the game. Last Tuesday they also won 8-0 against Hamilton. He’s the top scorer for Mason and ranks second in the Greater Miami Conference.
Girls soccer players: Morgan Gerak, Dixie Heights – The junior midfielder scored 3 goals and 1 assist in a 4-0 win over Campbell County on Wednesday and 2 goals in a 6-2 win over Conner on Saturday.
Girls tennis player: Kate Taylor, Mariemont – She scored her first single victories against Wyoming in straight sets on September 8th and defeated her Mercy McAuley opponent in straight sets on September 9th.
Ohio Girls Volleyball: Sydney McCarthy, Ursuline – In two wins over Dublin Coffman and St. Ursula and one loss to Seton last week, she had 35 kills, 105 total tries, four service aces, 22 digs and 4 blocks to bring Ursuline to a 6-2 record.
Northern Kentucky women volleyball players: Maya Hunt, Holy Cross – The second setter had 18 kills, 19 serving aces, 26 digs, 6 blocks, and 114 assists in the six wins in the Ninth Region All “A” Classic to help Holy Cross win the team title.