JJHuddle’s Ohio Girls Cross Country Honor Roll: Bucknuts Weekly Player & Team of the Week Award Nominees

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Bucknuts & JJHuddle Ohio HS Weekly Awards

This fall we are pleased to announce that JJHuddle and Bucknuts have partnered together to award weekly player and team of the week honors in girls golf, boys golf, boys soccer, girls soccer, volleyball, boys cross country, girls cross country and girls tennis.

Each week (regular and postseason) during the fall sports seasons, we will hold a fan-generated contest on JJHuddle to tab a weekly Team and Player of the Week in each sport. Each weekly winner will receive a personalized award from JJHuddle and Bucknuts.

How it works?
A thread soliciting nominations will be posted/stuck in each sports JJHuddle Forum each week. Fans will then nominate top performances. We will announce the weekly finalists (up to 10) on JJHuddle every Monday and voting will be conducted in a special JJHuddle forum. Voting will cease at noon on Friday, after which the winners will be announced.

Vote Now on this week’s nominess…

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WEEK 5 GIRLS XC ATHLETE OF THE WEEK NOMINEES

Abby Nichols, Alter (VOTE)
Junior won Centerville Saturday Night Lights, Greenville Invitational, Mason Invitational, Greenon Two Mile Race and Alliance Invitational where she set a PR of 18:55. Finished third at Midwest Catholic Championships in Kettering.

Sarah Kanney, Coldwater (VOTE)
Senior continues torrid streak by running 18:38 to win the Van Wert County Invitational.

Grace Kelly, Ursuline Academy (VOTE)
Won the Midwest Catholic Championships in Kettering with a time of 19:09.88.

Brittany Atkinson, Liberty Center (VOTE)
Won her second consecutive invitational with a first place finish in 18:17.23 at the Widewater Invite.

Carlee Rhoads, Medina Highland (VOTE)
Junior ran a PR and won the JB Firestone Invitational by over a minute with a time of 18:04.99.

Hayley Sandvik, Westerville North (VOTE)
Senior won the 16-team Division I race at the Bob Reall Invitational hosted by Lancaster with a time of 20:00.4.

Emily Franz, Hartley (VOTE)
Senior won the 24-team Division II race at the Bob Reall Invitational hosted by Lancaster with a time of 19:17.3.

Kayla Parker, Bellbrook (VOTE)
Sophomore won the Bellbrook Invitational by 45 seconds with a time of 20:03.2.

Lindsey Scarton, Berea-Midpark (VOTE)
Sophomore won the 19-team Cloverleaf Invitational with a time of 19:24.20.

Rebecca Craddock, Brunswick (VOTE)
Sophomore won the 27-team Strongsville Invitational with a time of 19:03.30.

WEEK 5 GIRLS XC TEAM OF THE WEEK NOMINEES

Medina Highland (VOTE)
The Hornets won the 15-team JB Firestone Invitational at Black River HS by placing their top five five runners in the Top 20 (1, 2, 12, 14 and 19) and all seven runners in the Top 30.

Lancaster (VOTE)
The Golden Gales won their own 16-team Division I race at the Bob Reall Invitational with a 75-86 victory over runner-up Parekersburg (WV).

Granville (VOTE)
The Blue Aces won the 24-team Division II race at the Bob Reall Invitational hosted by Lancaster with a 52-79 victory over runner-up Woodridge.

North Royalton (VOTE)
The Bears won the 19-team Cloverleaf Invitational with a 63-77 win over runner-up Walsh Jesuit.

Nordonia (VOTE)
The Knights were the only team to crack 100 points (89) at the 27-team Strongsville Invitational where they won the team title over runner-up Perrysburg.

Versailles (VOTE)
The Tigers won their own 11-team Tour De Sewer Meet with a 31-36 victory over St. Henry.

Miami East (VOTE)
The Vikings were the only team to crack 100 points (51) en route to winning the 15-team George Rogers Clark Invitational in Springfield. Washington Court House was second.

Centerville (VOTE)
Scored a 21-point win in the Gold Division race at the Centerville Stampede. The Elks scored 52 points to runner-up Akron SVSM’s 73.

Alter (VOTE)
The Knights won the 17-team Midwest Catholic Championships at Indian Riffle Park in Kettering. Alter scored 68 points, while runner-up Mercy had 96.

Minster (VOTE)
Had all five runners finish in the Top 11 en route to 30 points and winning the 11-team Van Wert County Invitational by 47 points over runner-up Wauseon.

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