Vote: Top boys soccer player of the week, Oct. 7 (Poll Closed)

  • Colin Noble, Conner – The senior had a goal in the 2-1 win over Boone County Oct. 6, after having a goal in the win over Villa Madonna Oct. 5, and a goal and an assist in the win over St. Henry Oct. 3.
    31%
    2,125 votes

     
  • Zach Barth, Ryle – He had two goals in the 4-1 District 33 semifinal win over Cooper, after having a goal each in wins over Dixie Heights and Beechwood earlier in the week.
    31%
    2,092 votes

     
  • Benjamin Griffis, Monroe – The junior scored three goals in a 5-0 win over Valley View Oct. 3.
    2%
    142 votes

     
  • Alex Rozenfeld, Sycamore – The junior forward/midfielder had two goals and as assist to help Sycamore to a 4-1 win over Oak Hills Oct. 3, making him tied for fifth in points.
    17%
    1,130 votes

     
  • Luke Brothers, Mariemont – The junior midfielder had six goals and two assists in two wins over Deer Park and Batavia last week, helping him to second in the Cincinnati Hills League in points.
    1%
    74 votes

     
  • Nick Fischer, Highlands – He earned two shutouts in goals last week in wins over Madeira and Indian Hill, both of Cincinnati, to bring Highlands shutout win total to nine.
    2%
    142 votes

     
  • Alec Lockard, Calvary Christian – The senior scored 5 goals last week and had 2 assists. He has recently broken records in scoring and assists for the school with 70 career goals and 74 assists, beating his brother, Luke’ and remains in top statistics for the state of Kentucky.
    8%
    515 votes

     
  • Joey Round, Milford - With 10 minutes to go in the Anderson game, Round scored the game winner to boost Milford to 11-1-2. The Eagles are currently ranked 5th in the city and a No. 1 seed in the tournament. Joey is No. 9 in school history with 33 goals scored in his career and is currently leading the ECC in goals, assists and points with 32.
    4%
    266 votes

     
  • Connor Andrews, Moeller – The senior captain picked up his fourth assist of the season in Moeller’s 2-0 win over Elder at the PAC. Connor has played varsity all 4 years at Moe from the 6 position and is the glue that keeps the defense and offense connected for the Crusaders
    5%
    309 votes

     

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