Athletes Of The Week


Wyatt Brock

Junior, Harrison Football

Wyatt had 6 solo tackles and 5 assisted tackles to rack up 11 total tackles and 1 forced fumble Friday night.

Kyle Hater

Senior, Harrison Football

Kyle had 1 reception for 52 yards and was huge blocking all night.

Izzy Heimkreiter

Senior, Harrison Volleyball

Izzy, the Wildcats libero, helped the team go 3-0 this week, with big wins over Badin, Talawanda and Anderson. She had 61 digs, 17 assists and passed at 1.9 in the three matches.

Maggie Seiter

Junior, Harrison Golf

Maggie was Match Medalist in a Harrison victory, over Talawanda, on Monday at Oxford Country Club.

Faith Young

Senior, Harrison Volleyball

Faith, an outside hitter for the Wildcats, played a big part in the three wins this week. She had 70 kills in the matches, including a career high of 31 in the match against Talawanda. Faith also had 34 digs in the matches.

Liam Chapin

Senior, Northwest Cross Country

Liam led the boys' team with a new best time of 22:43, which placed him in the middle of the Division I pack at the Cedarville Invitational.

D'Asyia Cotton

Junior, Northwest Volleyball

D'Asyia had her best offensive performances of the season this week with 12 kills on 27 attacks and 4 aces.

Edna Ramirez

Senior, Northwest Cross Country

For the girls' team, Edna, a first-year runner, logged a 34:27, taking 41 seconds off her time from last week.

Jasmine Rodriguez

Junior, Northwest Soccer

During two games this week, Jasmine scored 4 goals and assisted on 3 goals in Knight wins over Winton Woods and Mt. Healthy. She not only shows tremendous soccer ability, but her sportsmanship and care for those around her has shown tremendously. Jasmine’s drive and competitiveness is something any team would love to have.

Nathan Weitz

Senior, Northwest Soccer

Playing a man down, Nathan stepped up and had a hat trick and 2 assists last week in the Knights win over Mt. Healthy. This added to his great start to the season, as he sits in a tie for second place in total points in the SWOC with 21 (8 goals, 5 assists).

Abby Noga

Sophomore, Talawanda Volleyball

In matches vs. Ross, Harrison, and Eaton, Abby, a setter, showed great decision-making skills, leadership, and poise running a 5-1 offense for the Brave. For the week, she accumulated 29 digs, 12 kills, and 107 assists, while missing only one serve in 47 attempts. Abby is a hard worker and plays with great enthusiasm.