Vote: Top girls track & field athlete of the week, May 6 (Poll Closed)

  • Alexandra Lewis, Roger Bacon – She won the 400-meter dash at the Kings Invitational April 30
    42 votes

  • Jenna Burns, New Richmond – She won the 1,600-meter race and was the third leg in the 4x800-meter winning relay at the Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy meet May 1, helping the Lions to a team title.
    146 votes

  • Mackenzie Hartman, Seven Hills – She won the 100- and 300-meter hurdles, in addition to the girls long jump, at the Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy meet May 1.
    24 votes

  • Joely Virzi, Cincinnati Country Day – The junior won the 100 and 400-meter dashes at the Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy meet May 1.
    62 votes

  • Hannah Korte, Taylor – The senior won the 3,200-meter race at the Best of the West meet May 2.
    87 votes

  • Emma Grimm, East Central – She won the 100- and 200-meter dashes at the Best of the West meet May 2, helping East Central win a team championship.
    19 votes

  • Maria Kinnett, Newport Central Catholic – She won the 4x100 and 4x200 relays, and the 400, and finished fourth in the 4x400 at the Scott Classic.
    119 votes

  • Juliet McGregor, Ryle – Won three events, the 100, 200 and long jump, to lead the Raiders to the team championship at the Scott Classic by just one point.
    63 votes

  • Maddie Blincoe, Villa Madonna – She won three events: The 100, 4x400 and pole vault, and finished second in the 200 to lead the Vikings to the NKAC Division III team championship.
    200 votes

  • Samantha Bush, Turpin – She won the 3,200 race at the Rod Russell Mason Invitational May 3 with a time of 10:55.78, helping the Spartans to a sixth-place team finish.
    75 votes

  • Johnessah Barbiea, Dayton – The NKAC athlete of the year won the 100-meter hurdles and long jump at the NKAC track meet over the weekend, setting meet records in both events. She also won the 200-meter dash and triple jump, an event in which she already had the meet record. She is the reigning regional champion in the long and triple jumps.
    899 votes

  • Kierstyn Ratterman, Bellevue – She won the high jump and third place in the long jump and throwers relay at the NKAC Division III Conference Track Meet. In the high jump, she set a new meet record with a jump of 4' 8".
    331 votes


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