Vote: Top girls soccer player of the week, Sept. 17 (Poll Closed)

  • Kylee Sheppard, Roger Bacon – She had a pair of goals and a pair of assists in the Spartans’ action last week, helping her tie for the lead in points in the GCL-Coed.
    8%
    655 votes

     
  • Eva Kiper, Little Miami – She leads the Southwest Ohio Conference in every category. Last week, she had two goals and three assists as the Panthers went 1-1-1.
    4%
    335 votes

     
  • Delaney Murphy, Finneytown – She scored a hat trick in the win over Middletown Christian and added the only goal in their shutout of Taylor. She leads the CHL in points and goals.
    12%
    913 votes

     
  • Becky Moss, Mount Notre Dame – She leads the GGCL in shutouts and helped the Cougars to four wins. Her biggest showing came against St. Ursula Sept. 8 when she stopped eight shots and helped MND to a 3-0 win. In a 2-1 win against Mercy McAuley Sept. 6, she stopped seven shots.
    2%
    177 votes

     
  • Haleigh Baker, Reading – The sophomore keeper had six saves in a 1-0 shutout of Goshen Sept. 15, helping her coach Bill Simpson get his 150th win as a head coach of Reading.
    5%
    391 votes

     
  • Ali Claus, Milford – The junior helped the Eagles record ties against both Loveland and Indian Hill who entered the week ranked No. 1 in the city in Divisions I and II, respectively. In the match against Loveland, ranked third-nationally by USA Today, Claus scored both of Milford’s goals.
    3%
    202 votes

     
  • Kirstyn Thomas, Williamsburg – The defender represents a Wildcats defense that had 3 shutouts against league opponents last week Georgetown, Blanchester and Bethel. The Lady Wildcats only gave up 14 shots on goal over the three-game stretch.
    26%
    2,027 votes

     
  • Harper Brock, Bishop Fenwick – The goalkeeper had a 1-0 shutout over Roger Bacon with 17 saves in a game that included an upper top corner save with less than 4 minutes in the game. She plays for Ohio Elite ECNL and will play soccer for Savannah College of Art and Design next year.
    10%
    778 votes

     
  • Gabbi Donathan, Bellevue – The junior scored four goals Sept. 4 against Covington Latin to lead her team to a 7-3 win in overtime.
    7%
    512 votes

     
  • Lydia Jervier, Wyoming – The junior forward had two goals in the Cowboys’ 4-0 win over Taylor Sept. 10.
    4%
    316 votes

     
  • Rey Riggins, Mount Notre Dame – The senior midfielder/forward had a hat trick in the 4-0 win over Seton Sept. 10, to help the Cougars to a 5-0 record.
    2%
    187 votes

     
  • Jaden Deller, Ludlow – The junior midfielder finds the back of the net with 3 goals and 2 assists in Ludlow’s 7-0 victory against Bellevue on Sept. 10.
    16%
    1,221 votes

     

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