Vote: Top volleyball player of the week, Sept. 10 (Poll Closed)

  • Erika Scott, Hamilton - In the loss Sept. 4 to Winton Woods, Erika had 14 kills, 10 digs, and 4 aces. Erika Scott is sixth in the GMC in kills with 57 kills so far this season. She is fourth in the GMC in digs with 72 digs and second in the GMC in passing with 294 successful passes so far this season. Erika is currently leading the GMC in aces with 22 so far.
    59%
    22,004 votes

     
  • Audrey Graves, Highlands – In six of Highlands’ seven matches last week, she accumulated 144 assists across 16 games, helping the Bluebirds to a 5-2 record in that time span. It brings her to 389 assists on the year.
    3%
    1,268 votes

     
  • Avani Seshiah, Seven Hills - Seshiah finished with 44 kills, 17 aces, nine blocks and 17 digs in the three matches last week over Summit Country Day, North College Hill and Cincinnati College Prep. She currently leads the Miami Valley Conference with 27 blocks this season.
    32%
    12,162 votes

     
  • Sam O’Shea, Fairfield – She had 26 digs in six games over Princeton and Hamilton last week, to bring her total to 219 on the season and to help the Indians to a 3-0 record in the GMC.
    2%
    586 votes

     
  • Maggie King, Mason – She led the Comets with 11 kills in a sweep of Lakota West Sept. 6 to help them go 2-0 in the conference.
    1%
    555 votes

     
  • Abby Hulsman, Oak Hills – She led Oak Hills to three wins this week over McNicholas, Princeton and Lebanon. Abby recorded 45 kills this week averaging 5.00 kpg while hitting with a .437 efficiency. She also recorded 33 digs on the week averaging 3.67 dpg. Abby added 4 blocks and 4 aces while passing a 2.20 for the week, showing her abilities in all facets of the game.
    1%
    512 votes

     
  • Erica Sharp, Milford – The senior offensive leader recorded 46 kills and 14 blocks in three games with West Clermont, Anderson and Princeton last week.
    1%
    407 votes

     

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