At the Avita Center For Sports Health, we treat all athletes of any type. However, as members of the community, we want to recognize outstanding athletes. The ACSH Athlete of Month recognizes an outstanding athlete for contributions on and off the field. However, as community members, we feel it’s best that those communities select the athlete. Vote below for who you think should be this month’s award winner. Nominees are from the Athletic Directors and coaches of our contracted schools through the Avita Center for Sports Health.

Who is your vote for the May ACSH athlete of the month?

  • Sophie Tridico - St. Peter's Track and Field (52%, 228 Votes)
  • Laney Grimwood - Ontario Softball (29%, 128 Votes)
  • Erica Westfield - Lucas Softball (14%, 63 Votes)
  • Clay Reynolds - Mansfield Christian Track and Field (4%, 16 Votes)

Total Voters: 435

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Clay Reynolds
Mansfield Christian Track and Field

Mansfield Christian Junior, Clay Reynolds, track and field. This season he has ran placing times in the 400, 800, 1600, and 3200 races. On Friday night at the Freddie Invite held at Fredricktown he placed 2nd in the 4x800m and 3200m races, while placing 3rd in the 1600m.

Laney Grimwood
Ontario Softball

Ontario Junior, Laney Grimwood, Ontario Softball. Laney has had great offensive production and has played even better on the defensive side of the ball.

Batting Average: .417
On Base Percentage: .488
Stolen Base percentage: .750
RBI’s: 8
Runs Scored: 12

Sophie Tridico
St. Peter’s Track and Field

St. Peter’s Junior, Sophie Tridico, track and field. Sophie broke 2 school records this month. 300m hurdles in a time of 53.00 seconds. Pole vault at the height of 7’0″.

Erica Westfield
Lucas Softball

Lucas Senior, Erica Westfield, softball. In the month if April Erica held an 8-2 record, 88 strikeouts and a .313 ERA. Erica’s 8-2 pitching record includes a perfect game vs St. Peter’s where she struck out 13 out of the 15 batters that she face and carries a .345 batting average.