Vote: Top volleyball player of the week, Oct. 29 (Poll Closed)

  • Mary Shaffer, St. Ursula - The junior led the Bulldogs through the sectional tournament with 30 kills and 24 digs, four aces, three blocks and two assists in matches against Walnut Hills and Lakota East. The University of Virginia commit has now posted double digit kills and digs in her last six straight matches.
    2,191 votes

  • Maggie King, Mason – She got her 1,000th career kill in the Oct. 23 win over Oak Hills in the sectional championship when she had 30 kills, helping the Comets advance to the district finals. The 1,000 kills milestone is a record for Mason volleyball,
    103 votes

  • Emma Gielas, Ursuline – She helped the defending state champions win a district championship with 18 kills, a block and three digs in the Lions’ two matches.
    52 votes

  • Maria Tobergte, St. Henry – The University of Cincinnati verbal commit was named to the state’s all tournament team with 47 kills, seven aces and 20 digs, as the Crusaders advanced to and lost in the state semifinal match.
    108 votes

  • Hannah Wells, Campbell County – She helped the Camels reach the state semifinals last week with her 29 digs and five aces in the tournament, earning her all-tournament honors.
    458 votes

  • Caroline Pour, McNicholas – The Rockets claimed a district title, with help from Pour, who had 18 kills, two service aces, four blocks and eight digs.
    489 votes

  • Shelby Dennis, Mercy McAuley – Named GGCL player of the year, she helped Mercy McAuley advance to the regional semifinals with 34 kills, hitting. 378, 23 digs, 4 blocks, 4 assists and one ace. She also passed a 2.33 on 60 attempts.
    277 votes

  • Samantha Wolf, Mount Notre Dame – The senior made first team all-conference and helped her team advance to the regional semifinals. The senior captain leads the GGCL in kills with 389, has a .280 hitting percentage and is first-team GGCL and all-district.
    157 votes

  • Grace Wilking, Roger Bacon – The outside hitter had 10 kills, two blocks to help lead the team over Kenton Ridge High School 3-0 Saturday.
    2,163 votes

  • Julia Gardon, Fenwick – She tallied a team-high 16 kills in a win over Wyoming in the district finals and had a string of four consecutive points. She finished second in the GCL-Coed in kills in the regular season.
    32 votes

  • Zoe Myers, Summit Country Day – The four-year varsity player ended her career on a high note with 9 kills, 4 service aces, 19 assists, 12 digs and a solo block against Wyoming in the Division II sectional finals. She broke the school’s all-time career service ace record with 337 and ended in the top 5 of her conference in kills, service aces, assists and digs.
    146 votes


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