Morning Journal players for the week of September 23 – Morning Journal
Amherst >> Volleyball
Junior >> Ferryman
On the pitch: Against Elyria and Avon, recorded 71 assists, 25 digs, nine off-duty points, four assists and two blocks.
Off the court: his favorite sport is volleyball, but his favorite sports to watch are soccer and basketball. One of his most memorable moments playing volleyball was attending the National Championships in Vegas with his club team. Haddix’s favorite school subject is math, his favorite food is Philly Cheesesteaks, his favorite sports team is the United States Men’s Olympic Volleyball team, and his favorite player is April Ross. Her favorite movies are horror movies and her hobby is reading.
Christian Open Door >> Cross Country
On the course: First place at the Tiffin Invitational and Patriot Invitational, finished 11th out of 293 runners at the Spartan Invitational with a time of 18: 09.0
Off the Course: Favorite Sports Team is the Browns, Favorite Movie is one of the Spider-Man Movies, Favorite Food is Cheeseburgers.
Colombia >> Cross Country
On the course: Was second at the Open Door Christian Invitational with a time of 18: 58.2. Was 12th out of 293 runners at the Spartan Invitational in 18: 13.8.
Off the Course: Sikorski’s favorite sports memorabilia are qualifying for the State Track Competition and the basketball winning shot. His favorite hobby is clay pigeon shooting and his favorite sports team is the Browns. His favorite singer is The Weeknd, his favorite show is “Breaking Bad” and a special talent he has is telling the ABC backwards. His nickname is “Sicko Mode” and Sikorski plans to work collegially but has not yet chosen a school.
Lake Avon >> Tennis
Senior >> Third single
On the pitch: Meier went undefeated in the Southwestern Conference tournament, winning a gold for her first place in third singles. At 8-0 in Southwestern Conference duels and 19-2 overall.
Off the Court: Outside of tennis, Meier loves going to the beach. Her favorite season is summer because she loves hot weather. His favorite subjects at school are math and science, and Meier plans to major in biology at university. She is currently applying to colleges and hopes to play club tennis.
Westlake >> Volleyball
Senior >> Medium hitter
On the pitch: Against Bay, recorded 10 kills, six aces and five digs. Against Rocky River, recorded 13 kills and two aces. Assisted Westlake to an 11-0 record.
Off the field: also plays basketball. Favorite memory from last year was beating Medina in the playoffs. Her favorite show is “One Tree Hill” and her favorite drink is McDonald’s Coke. She did not choose a college but she plans to specialize in pre-med.
Vermilion >> Football
Second year >> Forward
On the pitch: Scored three goals in a 5-0 win over Tiffin Columbian.
Off the pitch: Werth’s favorite sports memories are on the bus to and from games with teammates, his favorite hobbies are soccer and hanging out with friends and family, his favorite school subject is social studies , his favorite movie is “Step Brothers” his favorite TV show is lost and his favorite sports team is Liverpool.
Amherst >> Golf
On the course: Yoder was 1 under at Carlisle Golf Course against Elyria, he was 1 under Springvale Golf Club against North Olmsted and was 3 under Pine Brook Golf Club against North Ridgeville. Yoder finished 5 under par for 27 holes for the week.
Off the Course: Yoder’s favorite sports teams are all Cleveland teams, his favorite sports memory is winning at age 11, his hobbies include sports and hanging out with friends. Her favorite school subject is math and her favorite food is cheesecake.
Vermilion >> Volleyball
Senior >> Setter
On the court: Last week against Perkins, she had her 1,000th career assist. She recorded three kills, seven digs and 34 assists.
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