Athletes Of The Week

Week:

Tate Fishman

Lakota West - Senior
Basketball

Tate was the Firebird’s leading scorer at the East/West rivalry match played before a packed house at Lakota East on Friday. Fishman tallied a very efficient 13 points by making two of two treys, five of five free throws, three of five field goals overall. He also had three steals and is now tied for the second highest steals total in the league.


Chance Gray

Lakota West - Sophomore
Basketball

Chance was named the star of the game at the Classic In The Country win over North Canton Hoover Saturday. She played a complete game and scored a game high 21 points in the Firebird win. She came back the next afternoon and was the games high scorer tallying 22 points in 27 minutes in a loss to Toledo Mount Notre Dame.


Sophia Bick

Colerain - Junior
Academic

Sophia has helped lead the team to its current third place standing, which is higher than the quiz team has been since 2006. Her areas of specialization are art and literature and anatomy. Sophia was a second team all conference performer last year and was the only non-senior in the conference to earn that honor.


Connor McClelland

Colerain - Junior
Academic

Connor has helped lead the team to its current third place standing, which is higher than the quiz team has been since 2006. His areas of specialization are history, government, and music.


Derriahyna Singletary

Hamilton - Junior
Basketball

Derriahyna has stepped in to a big role for the girls basketball team in recent weeks. She took advantage of the opportunity by tallying a double-double against Mason last week scoring 16 points and grabbing 11 rebounds to lead Hamilton in the box score. She has been a force to be reckoned with on the glass, also recording double digit rebounds against Fairfield (11) and Sycamore (13).


Ella Hiles

Princeton - Junior
Academic

Ella lead the charge last week as the Vikings defeated Middletown twice last week.


Jaromie Castillo

Princeton - Junior
Academic

Ella lead the charge last week as the Vikings defeated Middletown twice last week.


Jaromie Castillo

Princeton - Senior
Wrestling

Wrestling Jaromie is doing a great job in his first year with the team. Jaromie finished 5th in the Mason Invitational and has a 4-2 record.


Jackson Lewis

Hamilton - Junior
Basketball

Jackson is the command center for Big Blue hoops. As a leader on the floor, Jackson displays a high basketball IQ and an incredible floor presence. Jackson has reached double digits five times this season including a stellar 16 point performance against Lakota West last week that lifted the Big Blue to a 72-47 victory. Jackson looks to help Hamilton fight for a top spot in the GMC standings this season.


Madison Roshelle

Princeton - Junior
Basketball

.After returning to the lineup after missing several games with an injury Madison helped propel the Vikings to victories over Lakota West, Lakota East and Solon. Madison scored 21 points added 10 rebounds 5 steals and 3 blocks.


Jamie Mays

Oak Hills - Senior
Bowling

Senior Jamie Mays continued to hit new personal bests this week at Western Bowl! On Tuesday the 14th, she rolled her new personal high 2-game series of 234. Then on Thursday the 16th, she bowled her new high game of a 164! Jamie is in her first year of bowling, coming in with very little experience, but continues to impress her team with her growth each and every week


Dy’Jhanik Armfield

Oak Hills - Senior
Basketball

The senior captain led the Highlanders to two big GMC wins, scoring a game-high 25 points, recording 8 steals, and 4 assists in a road win at Colerain and added 13 points, 5 rebounds and 4 steals in an overtime win at home over Middletown. Dy is second in the GMC in scoring with a 17.8 per game average and leads the conference in assists and steals. She carries a 3.1 GPA.


Petal Sloan

Oak Hills - Freshman
Swimming

As a first year swimmer, Petal has become a key contributor to the team. This weekend at Classics, Petal competed in 4 individuals and 4 relays and qualifying in 2 individual events. Saturday she finished at finals in the 100 IM 12th overall and in the Sunday finals finished 9th overall in 50 Fly cutting over a second off her qualifying time.


Samantha Gerde

Oak Hills - Junior
Swimming

Samantha has played a key role on the girl's swim and dive team for the last 3 years. This weekend at Classics, she placed in finals in the 50 breaststroke cutting over 2 seconds off her prelim time to finish 9th overall.


Cade Grimmett

Oak Hills - Junior
Swimming

Cade is an honors student-athlete. This weekend at Classics, Cade competed in four relays and 4 challenging individual event. He played a key role in the Medley Relay Saturday that finished 6th overall. Sunday he competed in the 200 Backstroke and Fly events. He qualified for finals in Fly and finishing 14th overall.


Alex Zagorianos

Oak Hills - Junior
Swimming

Alex is an honors student-athlete. He competed this weekend in Classics, with great results. He was a part of the Medley Relay that finished 6th overall. In the individual event 50 Breaststroke, Alex competed in the finals finishing 12th overall.


Nathan Sexton

Oak Hills - Senior
Bowling

Nathan has been an important part of the team's success this season, and the boy's bowling team is currently 11-0. Against Lakota East, Nathan bowled his new high two-game series of 501. And against Hamilton, he rolled his new high game for a high school match of 267. He is currently averaging 209.5 and is 6th in the GMC.


Mason Bencurik

Oak Hills - Sophomore
Swimming

Mason is an honors student-athlete. He started at the season with a broken arm. As soon as he was cleared, Mason returned to training in a cast. Even though he remains in a brace, Mason has been playing a major role on the team. His hard work and determination have given him an opportunity to compete at the Classics, qualifying for finals and finishing 11th overall in 50 fly and was part of the 200 free relay that finished 9th overall.


Adonis Caneris

Oak Hills - Junior
Basketball

Adonis scored 19 points in a home GMC win against Hamilton. He went 6-10 from the field(2 of 3 from the 3 point line and 5-6 from the FT line), had 4 rebounds and 3 assists. He volunteers to perform community service on a regular basis as well as earning a 4.0 GPA in Honors and Advanced Placement courses.


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