Congratulations to Keystone volleyball star McKenna Saterlee for being voted SBLive’s Ohio High School Athlete of the Week for Sep. 27-Oct. 3!
The senior collected 43 assists, 14 digs and four kills as Keystone defeated Black River in a sweep. Her performance moved her to 40th place in OHSAA history with 2,481 career assists.
Saterlee received 56.24% of the vote, beating out Marysville RB/LB Gabe Powers who finished second with 42.96%. There were over 26,000 votes tallied this week!
Here are the other athletes who were nominated for Sep. 27-Oct. 3:
Payton Aloi, Olentangy Berlin field hockey
Aloi scored two goals in the Bears 3-1 win against Dublin Jerome. Their win set a new school record for the most wins in a season.
Jack Arnold, Berea-Midpark WR
The senior’s 90-yard kickoff return helped set up a 5-yard touchdown in the third quarter. He also finished with six catches for 75 yards and a 13-yard touchdown.
Larson Brown, Mason QB
Brown finished 17-for-23 for 230 yards and four touchdowns to lead Mason to a 43-40 win over Sycamore.
Jakorion Caffey, Avon RB
Caffey rushed for a career-high 175 yards and four touchdowns on 22 carries in Avon’s 49-21 win over Olmsted Falls.
Jadyn Garnes, New Albany RB
Garnes ran for 154 yards and two touchdowns on 27 carries as New Albany remained undefeated.
Megan Hipple, McDonald cross country
Hipple took first at the 62nd annual Gilmour Academy Paul Primeau Invitational with a time of 18:29.7.
Duane Jackson, Benedictine RB
Jackson had 220 yards and three touchdowns (two rushes, one catch) to keep the Bengals undefeated.
Robert Laney, Kirtland DE
Laney led a defense that limited Perry to 179 yards, and Laney grabbed two sacks.
Sean Patrick, Kenston RB
Patrick rushed for 205 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries.
Gabe Powers, Marysville RB/LB
Powers was responsible for 109 of Marysville’s 364 offensive yards, scoring two touchdowns on 2- and 18-yard runs, in addition to leading the Monarchs’ defense.
Marie Weis, Granville tennis
Weis recorded her 20th singles win of the season, leading the Blue Aces to a 3-2 victory over Bishop Hartley.
Ethan Wilson, Genoa soccer
The senior forward had two goals and one assist as Genoa defeated Allen East High School 8-2.
Joe Wilson IV, Lakota East golf
Wilson shot 67 and won on the second playoff hole to win medalist at the Hoban Invitational. He also helped Lakota East finish third overall.
Mark Wilson, Nordonia QB
Wilson went 27-for-42 for 291 yards and one touchdown. Wilson threw an 8-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Cooper Rusk in the final minute to edge Hudson 29-28.