Vote: Top Ohio softball player of the week, May 7 (Poll Closed)

  • Paige Bemerer, Harrison – In 80 at-bats, she has had 35 hits, 32 runs, 38 RBI (1st in league), 5 home runs (2nd in league) and six stolen bases as the lone senior on the team, which beat Ross 7-3 to take the outright conference title May 5.
    3%
    237 votes

     
  • Harmonie Kugele, Roger Bacon – She had back-to-back homeruns last week against McNicholas and Carroll to bring her career homeruns to 20, beating the previous Roger Bacon record. She has had 37 at-bats with 20 runs, 18 hits, 19 RBI, 8 homeruns with a batting average of 0.486. Her fielding percentage is 0.959 as the Roger Bacon first baseman.
    10%
    853 votes

     
  • Morgan Whitaker, Milford - Whitaker helped the Eagles wrap up a share of their fifth consecutive ECC Championship with a big week that saw the freshman hit .733 (11-for-15) in six games. For the week, Whitaker collected four doubles, hit her second home run of the season and tallied eight RBI. She had her biggest game of the season in a win over Withrow, going 5-for-5, including three doubles, scoring two runs and driving in four.
    43%
    3,688 votes

     
  • Katlyn Kramer, Loveland – Katlyn went 3-for-4 with a grand-slam and four RBI in a 15-8 win over Mercy.
    8%
    661 votes

     
  • Sydni Barnes, Western Brown – Sydni earned her 20th win this season in a 10 strikeout, one run performance against Clinton-Massie.
    1%
    97 votes

     
  • Cali Hoffman, Lakota East – Cali went 4-for-4 with a double and four RBI in a win over Colerain.
    1%
    55 votes

     
  • Mary Newton, Ursuline – Mary improved to 11-1 after a 17-1 win over St. Ursula. She also went 2-for-2 with four RBI.
    5%
    408 votes

     
  • Grace Rieger, Mason – Grace went 3-for-3 with two doubles and five RBI in a 9-2 win over Lakota East, helping the Comets claim their sixth GMC title May 3.
    2%
    203 votes

     
  • Kara Bailey, Williamsburg – In 5 wins, she was 11-for-18 with 7 runs, 8 RBI, 1 double and 1 home run.
    27%
    2,307 votes

     
  • Jenna Harris, Lakota West – She struck out six and threw a no-hitter in the Firebirds’ 19-3 win against Sycamore May 1. Harris also went 2-for-4 from the plate with a double. Harris is 4-1 on the season with 32 strikeouts in 30 innings pitched.
    1%
    43 votes

     

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