March 25: Cincinnati Enquirer Chooses High School Athlete of the Week

Celebrating Cincinnati High School Sports: The Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine Athlete of the Week and Kentucky Girls Team of the Week

Voting for the Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine Athlete of the Week for the week ending March 24 has opened. This is the next ballot of the 2023-2024 high school sports year, and readers of Enquirer/Cincinnati.com can participate in this weekly occurrence. To vote, readers can use their desktop, Cincinnati.com mobile web or app once per hour. The deadline to cast your vote is 4 p.m. on Friday, so it’s recommended to take your phone off WiFi/Shared IP addresses to ensure your vote counts.

The Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine Athlete of the Week recognizes athletes from various sports and is based on information provided to The Enquirer and nominations received over the past week, including scores emailed to prepsports@enquirer.com. However, votes sent via email will not be counted. In addition to voting for the Athlete of the Week, The Enquirer has also chosen a Kentucky girls team of the week.

For those who want to stay updated on high school sports news, they can download the Cincinnati Sports app on both iOS and Android devices. The app offers a wide range of features that keep users engaged with all aspects of high school sports in Cincinnati and beyond.

In summary, voting for the Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine Athlete of the Week is an exciting opportunity for readers to recognize and support their favorite high school athletes in their respective sports seasons. By participating in this weekly occurrence through The Enquirer/Cincinnati.com platform, readers can make a positive impact on these athletes’ careers while staying informed about all things high school sports in Cincinnati!

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