Vote: Top Ohio girls basketball player of the week, Dec. 1 (Poll Closed)

  • Gabby Martin, Summit Country Day – The freshman forward had 24 points in the 84-27 win over Cincinnati Christian Nov. 30, going 12-for-15 on the field with 7 steals, 1 block, 2 assists and 10 rebounds.
    9%
    570 votes

     
  • Marika Cook, Mount Notre Dame – She leads the Girls Greater Catholic League in assists (3.8) and field-goal percentage (54 percent), finishing second in scoring (20.3 ppg) after two wins last week over Roger Bacon and Beavercreek.
    8%
    469 votes

     
  • Keinizah Fairfax, Woodward – The 6-foot center leads the Cincinnati Metro Athletic Conference with a 22 ppg average in losses to Aiken (21 points) and Withrow (23 points).
    3%
    202 votes

     
  • Kenzie Schneeman, Deer Park – The junior guard had 36 points, 8 rebounds, 1 block and 5 steals in the 64-27 w in over Oyler Nov. 27.
    4%
    273 votes

     
  • Dariyana Wright, Withrow - The three-year varsity starting point guard recorded a career high with 31 points, hitting 5 of 7 from the 3 point line, in the season-opening win over Woodward, 55-39. She also had 7 assists and 5 rebounds. In the loss to Turpin, the Eastern Cincinnati Conference scoring leader led the Tigers in scoring with 15 point and 5 assists.
    30%
    1,849 votes

     
  • Dy'Jhanik Armfield, Oak Hills – After a 23-point, 5-rebound effort in the 61-57 loss to West Clermont Nov. 26, the senior guard had 26 points and a career-high 8 steals in the 64-32 win over Western Hills Nov. 30 to help her lead the Greater Miami Conference in average, 24.5.
    5%
    299 votes

     
  • Sean Kelly Darks, Walnut Hills – The senior guard had 22 points in the 57-56 win over Mercy McAuley Nov. 27. She leads the Eastern Cincinnati Conference in average with 22.3 points.
    1%
    89 votes

     
  • Cecelia Hilgefort, Turpin – The freshman center had 20 points and 27 rebounds in the Nov. 30 win over Withrow, 70-30.
    4%
    219 votes

     
  • Kendall Hale, West Clermont – She scored 19 points in the 61-57 win over Oak Hills Nov. 26. She was 9-for-10 for free throws and 5-for-11 for field goals, with 5 steals, 5 rebounds, and an assist.
    6%
    380 votes

     
  • Emma David, Sycamore – The junior forward had 30 points in the 83-45 win over Turpin Nov. 26, a game in which she broke a school record for three-point shots made with 8 on 12 attempts. She also went 11-for-16 in field goals, had three steals and three rebounds in that game.
    30%
    1,892 votes

     

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