Ellie Rabenold, Indian Hill – She had 14 goals in two games last week, a win over Anderson and a loss to Summit Country Day. She also had one assist, six ground balls, six draw controls and one interception.
Georgia Goering, Walnut Hills – She leads the Eastern Cincinnati Conference with 30 goals, 10 of which she got last week in two games – a win over Turpin and a loss to Wyoming. She also had 16 draw controls, three assists and four ground balls in that stretch.
Morgan Bates, Sycamore – She leads the Greater Miami Conference in goals (20), caused turnovers (7) and draw controls (35) after four games last week, three of which were wins for the Aviators.
Carly Bayliff, Ursuline Academy - She had six goals, one assist, three ground balls, three draw controls, and two caused turnovers in the 13-12 loss to St. Ursula Academy April 4. She leads the Girls Greater Catholic League with 14 goals and three assists.
Madison Guthrie, Kings – The Kings goalie racked up 11 saves in Tuesday night’s game against the defending Eastern Cincinnati Conference champs from Loveland. The Knights took home a 6-5 victory with their strong defensive showing.
Ellie Joyce, Notre Dame - The freshman scored 8 goals over the weekend, which helps her lead NDA in goals scored this year with 24. In the Mc Nicholas game April 5, she had 3 goals and in the Oak Hills game April 6, she had five goals, one assist, one draw control and three ground balls.