Athletes Of The Week
Haley RichardsonSenior, Anderson Basketball
In her first game back from season-ending surgery last season, Haley had 15 points, four rebounds, and two steals in Anderson's 54-30 win over Hughes.
Kings Senior Football TrioKings Football
Michael Mussari, Will Kocher, and Nick Hoying had a great season for the Knights! We don't get to where we were without those three and they showed why in the State semifinal contest. They laid it all out on the field and gave us a fighting chance to play for a State Title!
Katie GibsonJunior, Kings Swimming
Katie is a leader on the team and always has a positive attitude in practice. She consistently comes up with ideas on how to embrace her teammates and make practice fun and engaging. So proud of her and her focus on “High Invitation."
Greyson HackbarthFreshman, Kings Swimming
Greyson has been doing very well in practice and has progressed a tremendous amount since last year. He works hard in practice everyday and challenges himself to keep getting better.
Lilah DalraineSophomore, Little Miami Basketball
Lilah had her first varsity start on Tuesday against Edgewood. Lilah shot 50 percent from three-point range, hit four treys, and went 4-for-4 from free throw line. She also pulled down five rebounds and three steals! Big things ahead for this young shooter!
Connor Petry-MintonSenior, Little Miami Bowling
Connor led Little Miami to a victory over New Richmond on Monday in the season opener with a 527 series and individual games of 280 and 247.
Olivia RabySenior, Loveland Basketball
Olivia stepped up and had a double-double against Winton Woods this past week with 15 points and 11 rebounds. She also had to be one of Loveland's primary ball handlers during the game. Liv's leadership is evident when she steps on the floor.
Kelsey McKenneyJunior, Milford Basketball
Kelsey recorded a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds in helping our team to a season-opening win over Colerain.
Kyla ZananiriJunior, Turpin Basketball
Kyla, a junior guard, had 11 rebounds, including eight offensive rebounds, in a victory over Oak Hills.
Niyaia WalkerSophomore, Winton Woods Basketball
Niyaia registered a career-high 21 points, along with three steals, in a 56-39 win against Loveland.