Athletes of the Week-March 19, 2018

Field
Nick Colby
John Carroll
Junior
Houston, Ohio/Russia

Colby took home first place in both the discuss (48.96 meters) and hammer throw (51.15 meter) at the Muskingum Duals. 

 

Track
Kenny Buecler
Heidelberg
Junior
Bryan, Ohio/Bryan

Buecler led the Berg at the Shamrock Invitational (South Carolina), finishing fourth in the 400m hurdles, clocking in at 54.34. He was also part of the 4x400m relay team which took home seventh with a time of 3:23.22. 

 

Track
Cassie Schillero
John Carroll
Senior
Garfeld Hts., Ohio/Garfield Hts.

Schillero placed first in the 5,000-meter run with a time of 17:55.93 at the Muskingum Duals over the weekend. 

 

Field
Olivia Hipp
Heidelberg
Senior
Norwalk, Ohio/St. Paul

Hipp finished 11th in the high jump, leaping 1.60m, at the Shamrock Invitational (South Carolina). She also took 18th in the long jump (4.63m) and 19th in the javelin throw (31.43m).

 

Tennis
Kayla Johnston
Mount Union
Senior
Ashtabula/Lakeside

Against Grove City (Pa.) this past weekend, Johnson scored a pair of wins -- at No. 1 doubles and No. 3 singles.

 

Tennis
Jack Hirschfield
Marietta
Sophomore
Marietta, Ohio/Marietta

Hirschfield went 3-1 last week at No. 2 singles and won one of his four doubles matches. Hirschfield posted three-set wins against Arcadia and St. Mary's of Maryland. Versus Wisconsin Lutheran, Hirschfield won his No. 1 doubles match and posted a straight-set win at No. 2 singles.

Golf
Nolan Laughlin
John Carroll
Freshman
Hudson, Ohio/Hudson

Laughlin led the Blue Streak at the Thomas More Invitational held at Perry Park Golf Course with a fourth place finish. He fired back-to-back rounds of 75 for a 150, four strokes over par. John Carroll finished second out of four teams. 

Golf
Maddie Durbin
Otterbein
Sophomore
Springboro, Ohio/Springboro

Durbin led the Cardinals in both rounds to place third at the Saints Spring Invite, hosted by Thomas More at Perry Park Resort. Durbin fired round of 81 and 85 for a 166 (+22). The team placed third in a four team field. 

 

Lacrosse
Elyssa Zablo
John Carroll
Sophomore
Goalkeeper

Zablo post a school record 14 saves in the Blue Streaks 16-5 win over Oberlin. Zablo faced 25 shots, allowing just five goals and added two ground balls. 

 

Lacrosse
Ashely Adams
Muskingum
Senior
Midfield
Pickerington, Ohio/Pickerington Central

Adams helped the Muskies to a 1-1 record last week, averaging 4.5 goals and one assist-per-game. Adams set the school record for goals and points in a game with her seven goals and 2 assists performance in a 21-12 win over Thiel. 

 

Lacrosse
Ryan Stacey
Muskingum 
Junior
Midfield
Chagrin Falls, Ohio/Kenston

Stacey led the Muskies to a 1-1 record last week, tallying 12 goals and four ground balls on the week. He set the school single-game record for goals with his nine goal performance in a 18-6 win over LaRoche. 

Baseball
Danny Cody 
Baldwin Wallace
Junior
Pitcher
Medina, Ohio/Brecksville-Broadview Hts.

Cody threw seven scoreless innings, allowing just one hit and striking out a career-high 12 in a 10-3 win over Wittenberg. Cody had a perfect game going with two outs in the top of the seventh inning before the first baserunner reached on a dropped third strike. One batter later, the no-hitter was broken with a single to third base.

 

 

Josh Chua
Wilmington
Senior
Outfield
Lancaster, England/Claremont (CA)

Chua finished the week with a .375 batting average to led the Quakers' offense to an 8-3 record. He tallied 15 hits including five doubles, two triples and one home run. Chua drove in 14 runs, drew six walks and stole five bases on the week.

 

Softball
Grace Shell
Wilmington 
Freshman
Pitcher
Sidney, Ohio/Sidney

Shell won three of her four starts during the Quakers spring trip to Florida last week. In total, Shell pitched 26 innings with 19 strikeouts and scattering 23 hits and five walks. Wilmington finished the trip with a 6-2 record. 

 

Softball
Reagan Tom
Marietta
Sophomore
Second base 
Chandlersville,Ohio/Philo

Tom hit safely in nine of 10 games, with seven multiple-hit games, during the Pioneers spring trip to Florida. On the week, Tom batted .500, with 18 hits in 36 at bats. She had four doubles and one triple. Tom scored three runs and drove in 11 more and was three-for three in stolen bases. Marietta went 7-3 on the week. 

 

 

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