July 1, 2016

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Athletes of the Week Oct 9th 2012

Cory Moncol, Highland: Junior wide receiver caught three passes for 100 yards and two touchdowns in 56-0 Suburban League victory over Revere. … TDs came from 52 and 24 yards.
… Leads Medina County in receptions (28), yards (523) and TDs (6). … Team’s leading receiver as sophomore.



Boys soccer
Luis Escudero, Wadsworth: Senior forward matched school record for goals in game as Grizzlies crushed Garfield 10-0. … Found back of net four times to match mark, becoming first Wadsworth player to do so since 1990. … Has 13 goals and four assists this season. … All-Ohio selection as junior.



Girls soccer
Hannah Stacy, Buckeye: Sophomore defender scored game-winning goal in 2-1 Patriot Athletic Conference Stars Division over Brookside. … Scored off pass from Norah Barnes for first career goal. … Win helped Bucks move closer to first Stars Division crown since 2010. …. Has also seen time at goalkeeper this season.



Jodi Johnson, Wadsworth: Freshman hitter collected team-best 28 kills over two matches as Grizzlies clinched third straight Suburban League championship. … Fired match-high 17 kills in four-game victory over Copley. … Followed with 11 kills in three-game sweep of Tallmadge. … Only played one year of Junior Olympic volleyball before making Wadsworth’s varsity squad.


Boys golf
Grant Morgan, Medina: Senior recorded evenpar 72 to win medalist honors at Barberton Brookside Division I Sectional. … Nearly had hole-in-one to close tournament. … Score instrumental in helping Bees win team
championship. … First varsity season.


Girls golf
Chloe McKinzie, Highland: Sophomore fired 1-over-par 73 as Hornets won Turkeyfoot Lake Division I Sectional. … Score was instrumental in team shooting 298. … All-Gazette as freshman. … Older sister, Lauren, was 2008 Gazette MVP and currently plays at Ohio University.



Boys cross country
Tommy Menyes, Medina: Senior led the Bees to the team title at Saturday’s Medina Festival. … Finished 10th overall in the Division I in 16:53. … Was All-Gazette last year in cross country and track. … Returning letterwinner.



Girls cross country
Carlee Rhodes, Highland: Freshman was the fastest Medina County girl at the Medina Festival. … Finished eighth with a time of 20:20. … One county’s top newcomers.



Girls tennis
Ashley Lengel, Highland: Senior teamed with sophomore Allie Welch to finish third in doubles at Medina Division I Sectional. … Will play in Oberlin District this week. … Suburban League champion at second singles as Hornets won regular-season, tournament and overall team titles. … Now 27-4 overall on season. … All-Gazette as junior.