Ohio's best individual performances? You vote, you
. MaxPreps is proud to again sponsor the Ohio Athlete of
the Week awards during the 2021-22 school year.
Each week during the season (regular and post),
there will be a fan-generated contest to tab
weekly winners. Each winner receives a letter and
award patch for their varsity jacket.
How does it
Nominees are selected from
statistics submitted on MaxPreps. Coaches who do not have current access may
request their free account here.
Weekly finalists are released on MaxPreps every
Tuesday and voting is conducted in a special poll.
Voting ceases at noon on Mondays. The winners are announced the next day
along with the next week's nominees.
Participants may vote as many
times as they want. It's a competition.
This past week, over 185,000 votes were cast. So far
this season 735,000 votes have been cast.
Week 3 Ohio High School
Athletes of the
* George Cottenden, HEARTS for Jesus Christ (North Olmsted)
Senior striker had five goals and an
assist in a 9-0 win over Kingsway Christian, three goals and four
assists in a 12-2 win over Lawrence Upper and four goals and an assist
in a 5-1 win over Heritage Christian.
* Abby Yoder, Kings (Kings Mill)
Sophomore setter had 47 and 28 assists in
3-1 and 3-0 wins over Turpin and Anderson, respectively, and 43 assists
in a 3-2 loss to Lebanon.* Brayden Kohl, Hilliard Darby
Sophomore linebacker had 19 tackles (10
solo) in a 34-31 win over Westerville South.
Here is the school year's next round of
Week 4 Ohio High School Athlete of the Week
* Connor Smith, Gibsonburg Football
Junior running back carried the ball 17 times for 273 yards and six touchdowns in a 64-16 win over Tiffin Calvert. Also had 12 tackles, two tackles-for-loss, a sack and interception. * Cy Starcher, Elgin (Marion) Football
Senior running back scored six touchdowns (four rushing, punt return and kickoff return) and four 2-point conversions in a 68-62 win over Perry. Had 438 all-purpose yards, including 263 rushing on 23 carries. * Kendall Stover, Highland (Marengo) Volleyball
Senior helped the Scots go 4-1 last week with key wins over Galion, Huron and Kenston by recording 88 kills, 43 digs, 45 receives, seven blocks, four assists and four aces. Has 208 kills and 100 digs on the season. * Christian Neff, Ravenna Football
Senior linebacker had 18 tackles (12 solo), a tackle-for-loss and a forced fumble in a 39-6 loss to Norton. Averaging 13.3 tackles through four games. * Bryson Himes, Maplewood (Cortland) Boys Soccer
Junior had eight goals and an assist in an 11-2 win over Pymatuning Valley. * Cameron Zoromski, Milford Football
Senior defensive end had 11 tackles, four sacks and a forced fumble in a 20-13 win over previously unbeaten Turpin. * Camdyn Paul, Botkins Girls Soccer
Sophomore had eight goals and two assists in a 15-0 win over Southeastern and three goals and an assist in a 5-2 win over Lima Central Catholic. * Markus Frazier, Columbus Crusaders (Galena) Football
Senior running back/defensive back ran for two touchdowns, threw for a touchdown, returned one of his three interceptions for a touchdown and had 237 all-purpose yards in a 46-12 win over Middletown Christian.
Week 1 Ohio High School
Athletes of the
Timothy Caffey, Hubbard Football
running back carried the ball 33 times for 456 yards and five touchdowns
in a 48-28 win over Norwayne. * Levi Wiederhold, Fayetteville-Perry
quarterback completed 35-of-49 passes for 399 yards and four touchdowns
and ran for 73 yards on 18 carries in a 29-21 win over Cedarville.
Konner Rodick, Keystone (La Grange)
Junior quarterback completed 16-of-27 passes
for 316 yards and five touchdowns in a 39-35 win over
Week 2 Ohio High School
Athletes of the
Cameron Estep, Wauseon
Senior had 29, 24 and 18 kills in wins
over Toledo Christina and Fairview and a loss to Hickesville,
respectively. * Ty Hurst, Tallmadge
Junior quarterback completed 17-of-18 passes
for 404 yards and five touchdowns in a 56-7 win over Ellet.
Hunter Kellogg & Hunter Rose, New Lexington
Tandem dominated in a 63-35 win over
Maysville. Kellogg, a senior quarterback, completed 19-of-26 passes for
407 yards and three touchdowns, made 10 tackles on defense and kicked
three PATs. Rose, a junior running back, carried the ball 23 times for
237 yards, six touchdowns and a 2-point conversion.
Allie Dunlap, Heath Girls
Junior had six goals and an assist in an 11-3
win over Ridgewood, four goals and three assists in a 7-1 win over
Whitehall-Yearling and an assist in a 1-0 win over Rosecrans. Has 16
goals and six assists in five games for the undefeated Bulldogs.