Cincinnati Enquirer names highschool athletes of the week, April 30

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In a poll that ended April 30th, Cincinnati.com readers selected winners for the Cincinnati Enquirer Athlete of the Week, presented by Mercy Health for the April 19-25 voting period.

The winners will receive a certificate sent through the school’s sports department. They are broadcast for a month at a time.

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You don’t have to be a subscriber to vote. This period lasts Monday evening until 5 p.m. every Friday during the season. Please send all nominations for the previous week’s performances to [email protected] by Sunday evening.

Mercy Health is the presentation sponsor of the Cincinnati High School Sports Awards.

This week’s winners are:

Ohio Boys Team: Milford Baseball – After losing three games in a row, Milford responded with wins at Winton Woods St. Xavier and Little Miami.

Ohio girls team: Mariemont Lacrosse – Mariemont beat Oakwood 16-2 on April 20th before beating Turpin 15-7 on April 22nd.

Boys’ team from North Kentucky / Indiana: Simon Kenton Archery – The pioneers took 10th place in the archery of the KHSAA state team, the highest of all local schools.

Girls Team from North Kentucky / Indiana: Simon Kenton Archery – The pioneers finished second at the KHSAA state tournament with 1,972 points, just eight points less than the state champion in Harrison County.

Archer of the Week: Paige Robbins, Simon Kenton – The senior finished fourth in the KHSAA state tournament with a score of 294.

Young Archer of the Week: Nick Owens, Simon Kenton – The junior, along with the second Logan Sizemore, led the pioneers at the state meeting at 287, and Owens shot a 281 at the regional meeting.

Ohio Baseball, Big School: Tyler Hewlett, Milford – The senior left with 2 runs scored, an RBI and a double in an 11-9 win over St. Xavier 2-4. He also had 7 putouts.

Ohio baseball, small school: Cooper Fiehrer, Badin – The junior, who is co-leader in the Greater Catholic League-Coed at 16 RBI, went 2: 3 Carroll April 23.

Baseball in Northern Kentucky / Indiana: Calvin Bertram, Campbell County – The senior threw six innings of shutout relief, surrendered four hits, and struck five as the Camels defeated Dixie Heights 7-5 in 10 innings on April 23rd.

Ohio Softball, Big School: Maddie Summers, Little Miami – The junior went 8:16 with 18 RBI, 2 home runs and a double and had 25 strikeouts on the hill in three games.

Ohio Softball, Little School: Gina Wilson, Deer Park – The freshman left with a homer and 4 RBI in Deer Park’s 15-5 win over Madeira 3-4.

Softball from Northern Kentucky: Bella Young, Holy Cross – So far this season, the senior has scored 12 hits in 15 bats, completed three home runs and ridden 19 RBI.

Boys Lacrosse: Malik Hartford, Lakota West The second player had four goals, three assists and four base balls in Lakota West’s Summit Country Day win.

Girls lacrosse: Delanie Oliveira, Mariemont – The junior hat trick helped the Warriors beat Turpin 15-7.

Tennis, singles: Jacob Eddingfield, Elder – The first single player of the newcomer last week beat the university player No. 1 from Mariemont, La Salle and New Richmond. At the GCL tournament on April 24th, he defeated Moeller and La Salle and only lost to St. X. Overall, he is 10-4 and 4-2 in GCL-Süd.

Tennis, doubles: Nick Hensley and Tristen Stanek, Anderson – The boys beat their Eastern Cincinnati Conference rival Loveland’s first brace on their way to a 5-0 team win. They have a 10-3 record for the season.

Northern Kentucky Boys Swim and Dive: Patrick Lester, Covington Catholic – The senior finished fifth in the KHSAA state and met in the 200 IM and 100 Breaststroke.

Northern Kentucky Girls Swim and Dive: Emma Littrell, St. Henry – At the KHSAA state meeting, the runner-up came fifth in the 50 freestyle and sixth in the 100 freestyle. She also floated on two seasons that ended in the top 16 scoring team points.

Northern Kentucky Boys Track: Jackson Bond, Villa Madonna – He had one win and three runner-ups at the April 23rd Grant County meeting.

Northern Kentucky Girls’ Range: Hailey Carter, Boone County – The junior won the 200 and 400 at the Grant County meeting on April 23rd.

Ohio Boys Track: Nicolas Manfroy, St. Xavier – At the Colerain Invitational, Manfroy won the 400-meter run with a time of 49.40 over three seconds.

Ohio Girls Track: Chloe Amlin, Oak Hills – At the Lakota East meeting, Amlin chopped off a third of a second from her preliminary round to win the 100 meter hurdles.

Water polo, boys: Porter Bausch, Milford – The senior had 2 goals, 8 steals and 5 assists in two games last week.

Water polo, girls: Sophie Campbell, Sycamore – She blocked a 5-meter run with 11 seconds left and sealed the Aviators’ victory against Napoleon 6-5.

Boys’ volleyball: Jacob Downs, Milford – In five games last week he had 14 aces, 6 blocks, 57 kills, 29 assists and 49 digs.