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Week Of April 25 ECC Athletes Of The Week

Posted on: April 27, 2022

Each week throughout the school year, we’ll feature the student athletes nominated by their coaches as Eastern Cincinnati Conference Athletes of the Week. Congratulations to each award recipient!

Meredith Goff
Senior, Milford Track
This past week at the Anderson Invitational, Meredith had herself a meet. She finished second in the 100 meter dash with a new PR. She then comes back and anchors both our winning 4x100 and 4x200 relay teams that set new school records in the process. To top it all off, she wins the 200 meter dash with a new school record time that also set a new Anderson Invite meet record that has stood for 32 years. All of these accolades and she was also Named Runner of the Meet! Great job Meredith! Milford Boys Track Collin Kittrell-Senior Collin had a great meet at the Anderson Invite this past week. He placed in both the 100 and 200 M Dashes, both in PR time. Then anchored our winning 4x100 team and our runner up 4x200 team. The 4x200 team narrowly missed setting a new school record as well. Collin is having a great season and is getting better every meet. Keep it up Collin.

Collin Kittrell
Senior, Milford Track
Collin had a great meet at the Anderson Invite this past week. He placed in both the 100 and 200 meter dashes, both in PR time. He then anchored our winning 4x100 team and our runner-up 4x200 team. The 4x200 team narrowly missed setting a new school record as well. Collin is having a great season and is getting better every meet. Keep it up Collin.

Bryce Perkins
Senior, Milford Baseball
Bryce led the Eagles to three wins this past week. Offensively, Bryce went 6-for-9 with four RBIs, including the game-winning RBI against Little Miami. Bryce was also named MVP for the Reds Showcase victory over Lakota West. He went 3-for-3 in the game and made an outstanding diving catch in the outfield.

Cameron Ruppel and Hadley Robinson
Milford Lacrosse
Cameron (junior) and Hadley (freshman) made quite the impact during this past week for the Lady Eagles with their defensive efforts in their 1-1 week in the ECC, helping the team secure its second conference win against Lebanon. Cameron had two ground balls, one goal, and one caused turnover, while Hadley registered four ground balls and a caused turnover.