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

  • Luke Schweitzer, Highlands – He got both goals in the 2-1 win over Montgomery County to allow the Bluebirds to advance to the Elite Eight in the state tournament.
    209 votes

  • Jason Moore, Anderson – The senior captain got the header goal past the Beavercreek keeper in overtime to lift the Redskins over higher-ranked Beavercreek 2-1 in the district finals Oct. 25. It came off a corner kick from senior Sam Kunkemoeller.
    350 votes

  • Cal Collins, Moeller – The Crusader keeper got his 12th shutout in the 2-0 win over Greater Miami Conference champion Mason, which is a Moeller record breaking the one set in 1999.
    476 votes

  • Graham Nicholson, Summit Country Day – The sophomore started the sectional final game in attacking role and scored a header to propel SCD into the lead. He transitioned to a defensive role and helped SCD hold state No. 4 ranked and previously undefeated Wyoming scoreless in the second half en route to the sectional championship. He remained in a key defensive role helping SCD secure the District Championship over Bellefontaine.
    263 votes

  • Michael Wampler, St. Xavier – The senior midfielder contributed in key playoff wins with a goal in the 3-1 second round playoff win against Hamilton, a goal in the 3-1 district semifinal win against Milford and a converted penalty in the 5-4 shootout win for the district title versus an undefeated Carroll team.
    215 votes

  • Peyton Hicks, Turpin – With his defense in front of him, the junior goal keeper had two shutouts last week – a 2-0 win over Lakota East and a 1-0 win over Springboro. He had 16 saves in both games.
    138 votes

  • Grant Murray, McNicholas – The senior forward/midfielder had a goal in the 2-1 win over Indian Hill Oct. 22 to help them advance to the district final against Alter, in which they won 1-0.
    547 votes

  • Ryan Lienhart, Madeira – The senior defender had four goals and two assists in two wins last week over Cincinnati Christian (8-1) and Yellow Springs (6-4), to help Madeira advance to the regional semifinals.
    2,120 votes

  • Brennan Callow, Seven Hills – Sitting atop the Miami Valley Conference statistics in points with 56, he led the Stingers to two wins last week – a 7-0 win over Finneytown and a 5-1 win over Greenon.
    98 votes


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