THIS POLL HAS CLOSED
WINNER: Fairfield’s Lindsay Wilson
Vote for your Performance Toyota Performer of the Week. A student-athlete was chosen from every coverage area school in any sport. Winner heads to Rick’s Tavern & Grille for some good food!
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Here are this week’s nominees for Performer of the Week (Vote at the very bottom):
- Eric Brooks, Edgewood boys basketball senior — Scored 9 points and bucketed the game-winning shot as time expired to beat Badin on Saturday, Jan. 4.
- Cole Gronas, Ross boys basketball senior — Scored 25 points against Little Miami on Friday, Jan. 3 and 17 points against Eaton on Saturday, Jan. 4.
- Kylee Fears, Talawanda girls basketball freshman — Scored 17 points and had 19 rebounds against Northwest on Saturday, Jan. 4.
- Brooke Weisbrodt, Badin wrestling sophomore — Helped boost Badin to its first-ever win against Ross with her performance on Friday, Jan. 3.
- Lindsay Wilson, Fairfield girls bowling senior — Finished No. 1 overall with a 453 two-game series, including a career-best 264 game at the Back to School Bash on Saturday, Jan. 4.
- Chance Gray, Lakota West girls basketball sophomore — Scored 26 points against Hamilton on Saturday, Jan. 4.
- Sarah Sewak, Lakota East girls basketball sophomore — Scored 10 points off the bench to lead the Thunderhawks to a win over Fairmont on Thursday, Jan. 2.
- Sa’Mill Calhoun, Middletown girls basketball senior — Scored 22 points against Colerain on Thursday, Jan. 2.
- Journee Hicks, Hamilton girls basketball senior — Scored 21 points against Ross on Monday, Dec. 30.
- Crystal Wilson, Cincinnati Christian girls bowling junior — Received first-team all-tournament honors at the Queen City Classic on Friday, Jan. 3.
- Arielle Scalf, New Miami girls basketball senior — Helped the Vikings with an offensive boost, scoring a game-high 15 points against Riverview East on Monday, Dec. 30.
- Sam Jeffers, Monroe boys basketball senior — Scored 18 points against Talawanda on Saturday, Jan. 4.
- Grant Whisman, Madison boys basketball senior — Scored 31 points against Northridge on Saturday, Jan. 4.