Blacklick, Ohio / St. Francis DeSales
Conroy impacted both ends of the field, helping the Cardinals remain unbeaten. He helped post a shutout at Marietta to open the week, and then scored the game-winning goal in the 1-0 victory. Conroy also score a goal and assisted on another in a 4-0 triumph over Baldwin Wallace.
Strongsville, Ohio / Strongsville
Hryszko scored two goals in a 3-0 victory over Mount Union on Wednesday and then tallied one goal against Capital.
Hillard, Ohio / Hillard Bradley
Decker scored her first career hat trick in a 3-0 victory over John Carroll on Wednesday. She also picked up an assist on the go-ahead goal in a 2-0 victory over Wilmington on Saturday.
Liberty Twp., Ohio / Lakota East
Oldfield recorded her first career shutout on Wednesday against John Carroll with three saves. She turned around and recorded her second shutout on Saturday against Wilmington with one save.
Bellevue, Ohio / Bellevue
Greeley hit an impressive .500 (24-3-42) over three matches last week as the Cardinals defeated Marietta, Rose-Hulman and Transylvania.
North Field, Ohio / S. Central
Oney averaged 7.6 digs per set to lead the Student Princes to a 3-0 record last week. In the sweep of Capital, she had an impressive 11.0 digs per set. During the victory over Case Western Reserve, Oney became just the seventh player in school history to reach the 1,500 dig plateau.
Pittsburgh, Pa. / Shaler Area
Fugh recorded seven receptions for 242 yards and 3 touchdowns in a 38-7 victory over Capital on Saturday.
Massillon, Ohio / Perry
Blackiston tallied seven tackles, including a strip-sack in the first quarter, that led to a touchdown as Heidelberg topped Marietta, 44-21.
West Salam, Ohio / Northwestern
Parker averaged 39.8 yards over his four punts, one of which was downed at the two, in the Berg’s 44-21 victory over Marietta. He also contributed a team-high nine tackles.
Michigan City, IN / Marguette Catholic
Roder shot a two-day total of 141 (72, 69) at the OAC Fall Preview to win medalist honors and help the Blue Streaks win the team title with a score of 578, 13 strokes better than second place.
West Chester, Ohio / Lakota East
Honigford won Medalist honors for the third time this year with a 2-over par 76-34—110 at the Capital Classic on Monday. The Polar Bears finished the 27-hole tournament with a 314-147—461, breaking the program's 18-hole team record of 316 set earlier this season.