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NAME: Ashleigh Prugh
SCHOOL: Indian Hill High School
SPORT(S): Track-Soccer
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: Three state championships (2 soccer, 1 track)
BIRTHDATE: 2/12/2002
HEIGHT: 5'5"-120 lbs.
PARENTS: Jim & Leigh Anne
FUTURE GOAL: Successful academic and athletic career at Xavier U.

One of the area's most talented multi-sport athletes is Ashleigh Prugh, a senior at Indian Hill High School.

In her prep career, Ashleigh has earned eight varsity letters in three sports - soccer (3), cross country (1) and track (4). She has been part of three Ohio state championship-winning teams, two in soccer and one in track.

Ashleigh's track resume includes: two-time state qualifier in track 1600m; regional champion in 1600m; district champion in 1600m and 4x400m relay; two-time CHL champ in 1600m, CHL champ in the 4x800m relay and 4x400m relay; She was selected as first team all-city (Enquirer). Just last March, Ashleigh was on the 3200 relay team along with twin sister Amy (who will run collegiately at Rhodes College in Memphis) that finished as state runners-up in the Ohio Indoor Track Championships in 9:42.10, ranked in the Top 10 all-time in the state indoor championships.

Ashleigh holds the school record in the indoor 1600 run (5:16). She set the CHL record (5:15) in 2018 when she was CHL champion in that event.

This past fall, Ashleigh ran cross country for the Indian Hill girls' team that was CHL champions, district champions and finished 4th at the regional championships. She was selected first team all-city (Enquirer) and first team all-district.

An academic all-Ohio student who is active in community service, Ashleigh will compete collegiately next season at Xavier University.

Her favorite athlete is Molly Sidel, favorite book is The Night Before Christmas, favorite movies are Office Space and It's a Wonderful Life and most-like-to-meet is Dick Vitale.

COACH'S QUOTE – "Ashleigh is an intelligent, dedicated, kind and caring young woman. She is committed to always giving 100%. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to work with Ashleigh"
— Susan Savage, Track Coach

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