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21 Country Day Students Recognized as Spring All-Star Athletes

The Cincinnati Enquirer recently announced the 2022 Spring High School Sports All-Stars for Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky, also known as the all-city lists. This year, 21 Country Day student-athletes made the lists. 
 
"I am so proud of the Nighthawks who received recognition for their leadership, resiliency, and dedication to their sport and their teams," said Dennis Coyle, athletic director. "This is a well-deserved acknowledgment for our recently-graduated seniors and a momentum to build on for our returning students. We are grateful for the Enquirer's coverage and recognition of all the student-athletes in Greater Cincinnati." 

Player of the Year: 

Sarah Coyle '22 - Softball

Coyle (pictured above) was fourth in the Miami Valley Conference in batting average, third in total hits, second in runs, and first in stolen bases. 

First Teams: 

  • Davis Campbell '22 - Baseball 
  • Sarah Coyle '22 - Softball 
  • Piper Farris '24 - Softball 
  • Alexia Lander '23 - Softball   

 

Second Teams: 

  • Tristan Davis '23 - Lacrosse 
  • Zach Delbello '22 - Baseball 
  • Sydney Hardesty '24 - Track, 4x100 relay 
  • Kylee Hirschauer '25 - Softball 
  • Payton Hughes '23 - Track, 4x100 Relay 
  • Naikhil Shah '25 - Singles Tennis 
  • Maria Steppe '25 - Track, 4x100 Relay 
  • Emma Valentin '23 -  Track, 4x100 Relay 
  • Carson Yackey '24 - Lacrosse 

  

Honorable Mentions:

  • Hayden Bortz '22 - Lacrosse 
  • Colin Heekin '23 - Shot Put 
  • Shannon Kinebrew '24 - High Jump 
  • Titan McMullen '23 - Lacrosse 
  • Isabel Ramirez '24 - Lacrosse 
  • Emma Robinson '22 - Softball 
  • Charlize Rust '24 - Softball 
  • Bella Timmerding '22 - Shot Put 
  • Elizabeth Zimmerman '24 - Lacrosse 

  

Congratulations to all these incredible student-athletes!