Vote: Top Ohio girls basketball player of the week, Jan. 14 (Poll Closed)

  • Jessica Chase, Williamsburg – She led the Wildcats to a road win at Gamble with 29 points.
    12.42%
    861 votes

     
  • Kendell Dewey, Mariemont – The junior guard hit a three-point shot at the buzzer to lift the Warriors over Deer Park 44-43 Jan. 8. She scored 22 points with 14 of them coming in the fourth quarter. Five of her shots were three-pointers. She did this while sitting more than half the first half in foul trouble.
    29.19%
    2,023 votes

     
  • Paige Ayler, Milford – The freshman recorded her first career double-double, helping the Eagles overcome a slow start and pull away from Hillsboro by a 45-27 score. Ayler matched her career-high in points (13) and rebounds (10), while adding a personal-best four steals.
    16.13%
    1,118 votes

     
  • Jenna Schoster, Mercy McAuley – In a win against Seton, Schoster scored 14 points and added five rebounds and three steals. Two days later in a win against Turpin, she scored 11 points and added three more steals, along with two rebounds.
    7.19%
    498 votes

     
  • Noel Weathers, Mt. Healthy - Weathers recorded her fourth double-double of the season Jan. 10 when Mount Healthy defeated Western Hills 49-13. Weathers finished with 17 points and 11 rebounds (four offensive). She also added two blocks.
    3.62%
    251 votes

     
  • Lyric Harris, Roger Bacon - Harris scored 13 points and hauled in 11 rebounds as she helped lead Roger Bacon to a 52-43 win against Badin Jan. 9. Harris also added four assists and two steals, keeping the Spartans atop the GCL-Coed Central division with a 4-1 conference record.
    6.03%
    418 votes

     
  • Emily Byrne, McNicholas –In two wins over Turpin and Purcell Marian, the senior totaled 30 points, four assists, four rebounds, and six steals. Her outing against the state-ranked Cavaliers, she finished with 18 points, four points, three steals, two rebounds and a block.
    8.11%
    562 votes

     
  • Chalae Bell, North College Hill – The sophomore guard scored a team-high 16 points in the Trojans' 58-19 win against New Miami Jan. 9. She also added six boards in the victory. She recorded a double-double in NCH's 39-29 win against Woodward, where she finished with 12 points, 11 rebounds, four assists, five steals and a block.
    1.11%
    77 votes

     
  • Karley Steinher, Anderson – The junior recorded a double-double of 16 points and 14 rebounds against Summit Country Day to go along with three blocks, three assists and a steal. On Jan. 10 in a showdown with Seton, she finished with nine points, nine rebounds and two blocks.
    4.24%
    294 votes

     
  • Dominique Camp, Lakota West - The senior scored 14 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in West's 57-48 win against Mason Jan. 9. She also added three assists and a steal to help Lakota West stay in the thick of the GMC race
    0.63%
    44 votes

     
  • Dy’Jhanik Armfield, Oak Hills - The junior guard scored a season-high 25 points, including 3-of-5 from beyond the 3-point line, and kept the Highlanders in the game until the very end when Princeton, ranked 4th in the state AP poll, pulled away for a 51-44 win. She also grabbed 4 rebounds and had a game-high 4 steals. She currently leads the GMC in steals at 3.8 per game and is third in scoring at 15.3 ppg.
    7.27%
    504 votes

     
  • K.K. Bransford, Mount Notre Dame – She had 23 points, one block, six assists and 10 rebounds in the huge 78-58 win over Ryle, who is ranked No. 1 in the state of Kentucky.
    4.05%
    281 votes

     

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