Here are the candidates for SBLive’s Ohio high school athlete of the week for Nov. 8-13. Read through the nominees and cast your vote. Voting will conclude Sunday at 11:59 p.m. If you would like to make a nomination in a future week, email email@example.com or tag us on Twitter or Instagram at @SBLiveOH.
Brandon Boyd Jr., Benedictine WR/FS
Boyd had a 25-yard touchdown in the first quarter and grabbed an interception against Walsh Jesuit.
Antwan Brown, Warren John F. Kennedy RB
Brown rushed for 205 yards and four touchdowns on 14 carries vs. St. Paul.
Sean Carr, Chardon RB
Carr led his team’s offense with 142 rushing yards and four touchdowns vs. Canfield.
Sam Cannon, Upper Arlington WR
Cannon totaled 140 yards and three touchdowns (including a 41-yard catch) vs. New Albany.
Brayden Doran, Preble Shawnee QB
Doran had four touchdown runs, including one for 92 yards vs. Roger Bacon.
Danny Enovitch, St. Edward RB
The senior put together a career game with 264 yards and two touchdowns on 21 carries vs. Canton McKinley.
Emma Frey, Mount Notre Dame soccer
Frey led her team to a Division I state championship with two goals and one assist to defeat Walsh Jesuit 4-1.
Peyton Gellin, Chagrin Falls soccer
Gellin made nine saves in holding Wyoming scoreless through regulation, and then helped preserve Chagrin Falls’ shootout win for the Division II state championship.
Noah Geselbracht, Archbishop Moeller QB
Geselbract’s arm and legs were responsible for all four touchdowns, including an 8-yard touchdown rush of his own vs. Princeton.
Carson Gresock, Upper Arlington RB
Gresock finished with 139 yards rushing and a touchdown vs. New Albany.
Carsyn Henschen, New Knoxville volleyball
Henschen had 19 kills vs. St. Henry, helping her team to a 3-1 victory for its first Division IV state title.
JaJuan Jackson, Medina WR/CB
Jackson played efficiently on both sides of the field, with five receptions for 112 yards and a touchdown plus two interceptions vs. St. Ignatius.
Jasiah Medley, Piqua RB
Medley recorded his 35th touchdown of the season vs. Edgewood with a total of 140 yards and three touchdowns on 19 carries.
Gabe Powers, Marysville RB/LB
Powers rushed for 117 yards and two touchdowns in the first half and closed out the second half with another touchdown vs. Whitmer.
Kathryn Randorf, Gilmour Academy volleyball
Randorf led Gilmour to back-to-back state championships with 83 attack attempts and 33 kills (just two shy of the Division II five-set state tournament record).
Carly Roth, Liberty Center K
Roth hit the game-winning field goal to pull off the upset vs. Archbold.
Lamar Sperling, Archbishop Hoban RB
Sperling scored four times on 28-, 1-, 47- and 22- yard runs vs. Nordonia.
Nolan Spicer, St. Ignatius soccer
The forward/midfielder hit the game-winning goal in overtime to win the Wildcats’ third consecutive Division I boys soccer championship after outlasting Centerville 2-1.
Cole Tishler, Toledo Central Catholic K
Tishler kicked the game-winning field goal from 28 yards out vs. Medina Highland.
Louis Trenkamp, Wyoming soccer
Trenkamp scored the lone goal late in the game to lift Wyoming past Bay Village 1-0 and secure the program’s first Division II state championship.