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Week Of September 23 ECC Athletes Of The Week

Posted on: September 25, 2019

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!

Halle Fontaine
Milford - Senior
Water Polo
Halle had 10 goals, three assists, and 11 steals in the games against the Columbus Hawks, Sycamore, and Mason this past weekend at the McLennan Invitational. Halle is very hard working. She is often seen in front of the cage trying for a goal and then hustling back to play pressure defense. Halle is a strong player for Milford.

Kate Herrmann
Milford - Freshman
Cross Country
Kate has shown steady improvement all season and that continued yesterday at the Centerville Saturday Night Lights. Kate set a new career PR, breaking 22 minutes for the first time. The team is looking for big contributions from Kate throughout the rest of the season.

Ethan Holman
Milford - Junior
Water Polo
Ethan had six goals, eight steals, and two assists against St. Xavier, Princeton, and New Albany this past weekend as the squad started out the Packer Invitational at Princeton High School. Ethan is a determined athlete who works hard on offense and defense.

Megan Loux and Jessica Shay
Milford -
Golf
Megan, a senior, shot a three-over par 39 in Milford’s match against Anderson Tuesday at Legendary Run Golf Course. Jessica, a sophomore, recorded her lowest tournament round of 85 in Thursday’s ECC Postseason Tournament.

Trina Manning and Kylie Clifton
Milford -
Soccer
Down 1-0 against Oak Hills, Trina, a senior, scored to tie the game 1-1. With only 1:53 left on the clock, Trina also scored the game-winner to give Milford the win on our Soccerfest night!. Kylie, a junior, has been ranked all season in the top t hree of the ECC keeper rankings for save percentage. She is currently standing at an 84 percent save average for the season!

Max McCann
Milford - Senior
Cross Country
Max placed twelfth at Saturday's Seven Hills Cross Country Invitational on Saturday after an aggressive start that set the tone for the Eagles. The great start of the race, coupled with a gutsy run on a tough course, helped Milford win the team title! Congratulations, Max!

Kennedy Robinson
Milford - Junior
Volleyball
The Lady Eagles went 2-1 on the week with two big five-set wins over Kings and Lebanon. Against Kings, Kennedy contributed 10 kills, three aces, and two blocks, hitting 0.323 on the match.