Vote: Top girls soccer player of the week, Oct. 1 (Poll Closed)

  • Kellan Romans, Ross – She has allowed the fewest goals in the Southwest Ohio Conference with 7 in 12 games including two of her four shutouts last week against Mt. Healthy and Edgewood. Their defense also contributed to wins of ties against top area scorers from Harrison and Indian Hill.
    2,250 votes

  • Peyton Bulla, Summit Country Day – The defender moved to midfield to help the team and scored her first goal of the season at Lehman Catholic, helping SCD to a 3-0 win. Her defensive play, however, has helped SCD get five consecutive shutouts.
    204 votes

  • Taylor Cassidy, Milford - Normally Milford’s starting goalkeeper, Cassidy was a field player in a 6-0 win over Withrow and responded by scoring the first two goals of her career. Returning to her regular position in goal days later, Cassidy posted her second shutout of the season, nabbing six saves in a 3-0 triumph.
    381 votes

  • Hailey Ilijin, Little Miami – The sophomore keeper added three more shutouts this past week as the Panthers outscored their opponents 12-0 in those matches.
    1,846 votes

  • Esperanza Estrada, Oak Hills – The sophomore midfielder scored in three games last week. She also added a pair of assists, finishing with eight points over three games.
    334 votes

  • Brooke Harden, Loveland – She scored all three goals in Loveland’s win Sept. 25 over Walnut Hills and a goal in the draw against Fairfield.
    530 votes

  • Anna Podojil, Indian Hill – She scored five goals and had two assists went 4-0 and remain undefeated on the season last week. As part of a hat trick, she hit her 100th career goal in a 9-0 win over New Richmond Sept. 29.
    148 votes

  • Lindsey Meyer, Highlands – She became the all-time leading scorer for the Bluebirds Sept. 26 against Dayton. She scored 20 goals in three outings last week, five of them at Dayton.
    257 votes

  • Alex Meinking, Colerain – She scored a hat trick in the 7-2 win over intra-district rival Northwest in a match where the Cardinals wore blue to raise awareness for colon cancer. She’s tied for fourth in the Greater Miami Conference in goals scored.
    958 votes


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