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West Clermont High School


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West Clermont High School

Wolves Athletics

West Clermont High School

Student Athlete Standouts

Highlights of Student-Athletes Athletic Performances from the Past Week


September 27th- October 2nd

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Mikayla Lother - Junior

Mikayla is an incredible athlete who gives everything she does 110% from cheer, to track and competitive cheer and dance. Mik's energy and upbeat personality is contagious. Her willingness to help others improve is something we've noticed all year all the way back to tryouts. She makes whatever she's doing look easy!

Cross Country: 

Calista Binning, a freshman, placed 20th at the Princeton Invitational and crushed her career PR. 

Hard-working Gina McInturf, a sophomore, ran lights out at the Princeton Invitational beating her career PR by 90 seconds. Gina works hard every single day!

Seniors Morgan McIntyre (16th place) and Noah Carmack (20th place) were medalists at the Princeton Invitational and had career PRs. Both boys are fantastic leaders on the team. 

Sophomore Nate Sankey had a great race at the Princeton Invitational beating his career PR by two minutes.


Junior Caleb Stepp had 7 solo tackles and 4 assists at the linebacker position.

Boys Golf:

Senior Jaden Bard had a strong showing at the ECC championships at the City of Mason Golf Center this past week. 

Girls Soccer:

Senior Sydney Taylor had a goal and an assist in a big time win over Anderson this week. 

Boys Soccer:

Senior Drew Minton came back from injury and showed his toughness as he played a couple of tough games in the goal against Anderson and Walnut Hills. 

Girls Tennis:

Last Saturday the Tennis Wolves dominated their Flight of the GCTCA Tennis Tournament.  The Varsity Squad took home 1st place in each individual position as well 1st place overall as a team.  Amazing job lady Wolves!!! 

Girls Volleyball:

 We had a tough week playing the #6, #1 and #7 teams in our league.  Each team we played was a battle.  Our Senior Emma Southall really stepped this week and gave 110% through her play and leadership.