By Mike Dyer, WCPO.com
GREEN TOWNSHIP, Ohio -- Griffin Kain is usually seen with a smile on his face walking around the halls of Oak Hills High School.
Coaches and administrators like the way the junior carries himself in the classroom and in athletics. He takes Advanced Placement and honors classes with a high grade-point average.
So it should come as no surprise that enthusiasm helped lead him to participate in baseball and track and field this spring.
Two sports in the same season are not uncommon for some student-athletes at schools the size of Oak Hills (2,400 enrollment). But it depends on the combination of sports.
Baseball and track are often tough to balance because of a busy spring schedule when both sports may compete the same days.
Kain, 17, also plays defensive back on the football team in the fall. He's played basketball in the past, too.
"His physicality was unbelievable," Oak Hills football coach Kyle Prosser said. "He believes in himself now and the weight room as well. I think he's put on almost 15 to 18 pounds since football has been over. So he is about 200 or 205 (pounds), which is exciting."
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