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Lakota West's Abby Prohaska and Mason's Sammie Puisis are amongst the toughest competitors and fiercest rivals when the ball goes up during the regular GMC season, but now find themselves in unfamiliar territory as friends and teammates on the same AAU basketball team.

WCPO's Mike Dyer provides a unique human interest story and insights into this unique relationship through the link below:

(Prohaska and Puisis Forge Friendship)

Indianapolis Colts first round draft pick out of the University of Alabama, Ryan Kelly, has stepped up to give back to the Lakota West football program who launched his career. Kelly, the starting center this past season for the Colts, has been a tremendous asset in helping support his hometown high school team. He, along with former Firebird teammate Jordan Hicks starting inside LB for the Philadelphia Eagles, still call Lakota West High School "home" and make it obvious that they haven't forgotten where they came from.

WCPO's Mike Dyer highlights Ryan Kelly's contributions to Lakota West in the following human interest story.  View the link to get the "rest of the story":

(Lakota West NFL Star Gives Back to Program)

 Many thanks to WCPO.COM writer extraordinaire, Mike Dyer for sharing this human interest insight.
 

The quality of Greater Miami Conference tennis was evident as both the DI singles "Player of the Year" Niraj Komatineni (Mason) and the DI doubles team "Players of the Year" Noah Stern and Nathan Zang (Sycamore) were selected as the "best of the best" on the courts of Greater Cincinnati tennis. These honors were topped off by the selection of Mason's Mike Reid as the "Coach of the Year" after guiding his Comet squad to 9-0 GMC mark and conference championship this past season, along with an impressive 18-2 regular season record. 

Niraj Komantineni - Mason

Noah Stern and Nathan Zang - Sycamore