Vote: Top Ohio girls basketball player of the week, Dec. 3 (Poll Closed)

  • Alexis Chase, Williamsburg – She became only the fourth member of the Lady Wildcats girls basketball program to score her 1000th point in the Nov. 29 54-52 triple overtime win over Bethel-Tate.
    34.95%
    2,171 votes

     
  • Kelsey Listerman, Oak Hills – The sophomore guard averaged 18 points in two wins last week for the Highlanders, including coming back from an injury to score 10 points and going 4-of-4 from the free throw line in the fourth quarter to lead a comeback win over Winton Woods.
    7.18%
    446 votes

     
  • Kate Garry, Loveland – With her 13-point effort Dec. 1, she broke the Loveland school record for the number of career three-point goals as a junior in a 58-25 win over Anderson.
    6.95%
    432 votes

     
  • Dasia Thornton, Clark Montessori – The senior forward had 25 points (11 for 19), 24 rebounds, 6 steals and 4 blocks in the 69-58 win over Seven Hills Dec. 1.
    36.38%
    2,260 votes

     
  • Ashley Davis, Princeton – The junior guard is third in the Greater Miami Conference in points with 42 after helping her Vikings to a 3-0 start, including wins over Mason and Mercy McAuley.
    2.87%
    178 votes

     
  • Zahrya Bailey, Fairfield – She had 23 points in the 53-48 win over Lakota West Dec. 1. She’s third in the conference in points per game (17.5) and steals, with an average of 4 per game.
    1.26%
    78 votes

     
  • Olivia Hamilton, Turpin – The junior had 21 points against Little Miami, a loss, and 16 points in a win over Withrow.
    8.74%
    543 votes

     
  • Kendall Foley, Lebanon – She has 62 total points in three games for Lebanon, including a 27-point effort in a win over Northmont Nov. 28. She leads the Greater Western Ohio Conference with 20.7 points per game.
    1.67%
    104 votes

     

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