Vote: Top girls swimmer and diver of the week, Jan. 13
Caroline Rupp, Turpin – She won the 50 free in the team win against Mariemont. She was also a member of the winning 200 medley relay team and the winning 400 free relay team.
Emma Lehemkuhl, Holy Cross – She won two back-to-back meets over the weekend and has placed in the top 5 in the past six meets. She won the 2019 Forcht Bank Class ‘A’ Invitational with a six-dive total of 171.80 and the 2020 Bellbrook Diving Meet in Centerville Jan. 12 with an 11-dive score of 283.80.
Selina Reil, Dixie Heights – She won the 500 freestyle at the Scott Classic Jan. 11, beating the next swimmer by .09 seconds.
Ellen Lange, St. Ursula Academy – The freshman won two individual events – the 100 butterfly and the 100 breaststroke - in Saint Ursula's victory over Mercy McAuley on Jan. 9.
Hannah Lippincott, Talawanda – In the Hamilton-Ross-Talawanda tri-meet, she came from behind to win the 200 freestyle and posted a season-best time of 2:18.47.
Madelyn Hensler, Seton – The junior won the 100 backstroke and took second in the 100 freestyle to help Seton to a second-place team finish at the Princeton High School Swimming Invitational Jan. 11.
Riley Bullock, Loveland – The diver won the Sycamore meet with a score of 393.25.
Paige Striley, Lakota West – The sophomore took first in the 50 and 100 freestyle to help Lakota West to a first-place team finish at the Princeton High School Swimming Invitational.
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