Athletes Of The Week

Week:

Ty Stylski

Kings - Junior
Football

Ty, a junior running back, rushed for 252 yards and three touchdowns on 34 carries in a critical ECC match-up against Walnut Hills.


Ty Ackel Billy Knott

Anderson -
Football

Billy, a junior defensive back, recorded two interceptions in Anderson’s 34-23 win over West Clermont. Ty, a junior defensive back, played well, collecting an interception of his own in the win.


Ayla Grabenbauer

Milford - Sophomore
Cross Country

After missing all of last season with an injury, Ayla has returned for a strong season this year. She has finished top five for the team all season and was the number-one finisher at the Milford Invitational. Ayla and the team are looking for a strong showing at this week’s District Championship.


Sara Doughman and Brooke Garter

Kings -
Cross Country

Sara, a sophomore, placed third in the girls' ECC Championship race on Saturday, posting a time of 19:12. She moved up a place from her finish last year, making the podium and helping Kings to a second-place finish in the team standings. Sara was joined on the podium by her teammate Brooke Garter, a senior, who placed first overall, taking the girls' ECC individual championship with a time of 18:47. Brooke improved upon her third-place finish from last year, and has now won four consecutive cross country races heading into the District Championships.


Clara Planner

Loveland -
Volleyball

In three games last week against Lebanon, West Clermont, and Oak Hills (did not play against Withrow), Clara had 27 kills, 53 digs, nine aces, two assists, one block, and most importantly passed a 2.25 in serve receive. She has been one of the team's most consistent players all season. Clara is the speaking captain and helped lead her team to its third straight ECC title (co-champs this fall with Turpin) and to a record of 18-4 overall.


Katie Doyle

Anderson - Junior
Volleyball

Katie, a junior outside hitter, was averaging 2.59 kills per game (eighth in the ECC) before an elbow break ended her season halfway through the year. In just 27 sets, she accumulated 70 kills. Though she only got to play in eight games, Katie has been a huge asset to the team by helping players from the bench, keeping the team motivated, and helping give input at practices. In a bad situation, she rose above her circumstances with positivity and continued contributions to the varsity team.


Kaidan Naughton

Turpin - Junior
Football

Kaidan, a junior tailback, rushed 14 times for 221 yards and five touchdowns in a 48-12 Homecoming win over Loveland.


Kaya Vogt

West Clermont - Senior
Soccer

In three games this past week, Kaya had seven goals and three assists to help lead the Lady Wolves and put her as the overall point leader in the ECC with 48 to end the regular season. She had a hat trick against Northwest with two assists, as well as a hat trick against Tippecanoe. She scored a goal and had an assist against Ross on the road. She makes everyone around her better.


Catherine Dorsey

Anderson - Junior
Soccer

Catherine, a junior defender, had the assist to tie the game against Kings 1-1 and then went on to score the winning goal to help solidify the Anderson Lady Redskins’ first-ever ECC title in women’s soccer.


Caleb Fritz

Milford - Senior
Water Polo

Caleb is a strong defender in the hole defense position and has helped to prevent numerous goals by the opposing teams. He has scored nine goals this season, has five assists, and eight steals. Way to go, Caleb!


Calire Ryan

Milford - Sophomore
Water Polo

Claire was new to water polo last year. This season, she has played almost the whole game every game! Claire is happy to play in the goal or in the field. She cheerfully does whatever the team needs of her. She has scored three goals this year and had three assists. She has even stolen the ball four times. Great job, Claire!


Angela Kapitula

Milford - Senior
Volleyball

Angela, a senior outside hitter, had a great performance in the five-set victory over Walnut Hills. Angela contributed 16 kills and 10 digs, including four kills and no errors on eight attempts in a tight fifth set that finished 16-14.


Luke Carter and Noah Dunn

Turpin -
Cross Country

Luke, a sophomore, dropped 26 seconds to run a new personal best of 18:18 in the ECC Championships JV race. Noah, also a sophomore, dropped 53 seconds from his previous best to run 22:04 at the ECC Championships JV race.


Elaina Emerson and Mae Reed

Turpin -
Cross Country

Elaina, a junior, ran a new personal best of 26:49 at the ECC Championships JV race, two minutes faster than two weeks ago. Mae, a sophomore, ran 20:28 to finished 15th at the ECC Championship earning All-ECC Second Team honors in her third straight race under 20:30.


Sarah Gendrreau

Turpin - Junior
Cheer

Sarah was named Cheerleader of the week, for being a positive teammate and great leader!


AJ Kaylor

Milford - Junior
Cross Country

AJ set a career PR of 17:48 on a challenging course at West Clermont at the ECC Meet on Saturday. AJ was the top Eagle finisher and earned Honorable Mention for his efforts. Congratulations, AJ.


Megan Kelly and Mackenzie Kelleher

Kings -
Volleyball

On Senior Night, with a huge win over Anderson, we celebrated the awesome careers of our two seniors, Megan Kelly and Mackenzie Kelleher. Megan had 24 digs and an injured Mackenzie did a beautiful job singing our national anthem.


Loveland Girls' Soccer Trio

Loveland -
Soccer

Claire Massey, a senior captain, continues to lead the Lady Tigers defensively and led them to two more shutouts in three games this past week to give Loveland 10 total on the season. Since being named a starter as a sophomore, Claire has led Loveland to an incredible 41 shutouts and just 23 goals allowed in 58 games. She also recorded three goals this past week and now had six goals and five assists on the season from her outside back position. Eva Dudeck, a sophomore goalkeeper, helped Loveland to two more shutouts this past week in three games and has been strong in goal all year. She now has recorded 8.5 shutouts on the season. Her current 8.5 shutouts in a season is the seventh most in a season in Loveland history. Georgie Early, a senior captain, recorded two goals this past week in wins over ECC foe Turpin, as well as non-conference opponents Little Miami and Edgewood. Georgie has been asked to play multiple positions at striker and midfield and continues to be receptive to what the team needs. She now has four goals and one assist on the season.


Hayden Harvey

Milford - Junior
Football

Hayden, a junior defensive tackle, was instrumental in helping the Eagles hold Withrow to -20 yards of total offense in the second half last Friday night. For the game, Hayden led the team with nine total tackles, including one for loss and half a sack. With the exception of one long run, the defense yielded only 34 rushing yards on 37 attempts.


Adam Horn

Milford - Sophomore
Golf

For the second straight year, Adam qualified for the OHSAA District Tournament. At Districts, Adam shot a solid round of 81 to finish 33rd overall as one of only 20 sophomores in a 96-player field.


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