2014 Final WBL Football Leaders & Stats

football_150Team Leaders
Team Offense
Team Rushing: St. Marys 303.1
Team Passing: Kenton 272.1
Team Total Offense: St. Marys 366.2
Scoring Offense: Ottawa-Glandorf & St. Marys 30.3

Team Defense
Team Rushing Defense: Wapakoneta 66.3
Team Passing Defense: Wapakoneta 75.3
Total Team Defense: Wapakoneta 141.6
Scoring Defense: Wapakoneta 5.9
Turnover Ratio: Ottawa-Glandorf & Wapakoneta +12

Individual Leaders
Individual Offense per Game
Rushing Yards: Isaac Fitzgerald, St. Marys 159.0
Passing Yards: Trent Hites, Kenton 264.7
Passing Efficiency: Kodi Morgan, Wapakoneta 151.2
Receiving Yards: Colyn Blackford, Kenton 111.7
Receptions: Colyn Blackford, Kenton 9.3
Total Offense: Trent Hites, Kenton 296.7
All-Purpose Yards: Isaac Fitzgerald, St. Marys 188.9
Scoring: Isaac Fitzgerald, St. Marys 138 points

Individual Defense

Tackles: Tristan Reichelderfer, Kenton 16.3/game
Interceptions: Ty Castillo, Defiance & Sean Kirk, Celina 6
Fumble Recoveries: Spencer Chilcoat, Celina 4

Individual Special Teams
Kick Scoring: Tristan Meyer, Wapakoneta 59 points
Punting: Tristan Reichelderfer, Kenton 38.8
Kickoff Returns: Damian Elford, Defiance 638 yards
Punt Returns: Tre Wheeler, Bath 259 yards

2014 Final WBL Individual and Team Leaders

2014 OHSAA Football Playoff Brackets

OHSAADivision III
Region 10
Trotwood-Madison 34 Wapakoneta 28, 4OT
Wapakoneta 28 Tipp City Tippecanoe 7
Wapakoneta 49 Oxford Talawanda 14

Division IV
State Final Four
11/28 – 7:30 PM @ Sidney Memorial Stadium: Kenton (11-2) vs. Kettering Archbishop Alter (13‐0)

Region 12
Kenton 38 Wauseon 14
Kenton 13 Wooster Triway 6
Kenton 49 Port Clinton 14

 

11/21 OHSAA Football Regional Championships

OHSAADivision III Regional Championship at Sidney
Trotwood-Madison 34 Wapakoneta 28, final in 4 Overtimes

Division IV Regional Championship at Findlay
Kenton 38 Wauseon 14, final

Ottawa-Glandorf’s Luke Kleman signed to swim for The University of Findlay.

ottawaglandorfOttawa-Glandorf’s Luke Kleman signed a letter of intent to swim for NCAA Division II The University of Findlay.

Bath’s Julia Miller signed to play softball at the University of Toledo.

bath_256x125Bath’s Julia Miller signed a letter of intent to play softball at NCAA Division I University of Toledo.

Wapakoneta’s Chelsea Myers signed to play tennis at Ashland University.

Wapakoneta Redskins SportsWapakoneta’s Chelsea Myers signed to play tennis at NCAA Division II Ashland University in Ashland, Ohio.

Wapakoneta’s Kaitlin Snider signed to play tennis at Ashland University.

Wapakoneta Redskins SportsWapakoneta’s Kaitlin Snider signed to play tennis at NCAA Division II Ashland University in Ashland, Ohio.

Van Wert’s Erin Morrow signed to play basketball at Urbana University.

vanwert_256x125Van Wert lady cougar senior basketball star, Erin Morrow signed to become a Blue Knight to coach Haley Ducey at Urbana University. Urbana University is an NCAA Division II school in the Mountain East Conference, which posted an 18-10 record last season (14-8 in the MEC).

Last season, the 5’ 9” Morrow, led the lady cougars in scoring (12.9 ppg) rebounding (6.7 rpg) and assists (3.5 apg) while the team posted an 18-5 record. She was a second team all northwest district honoree, a first team all WBL performer and also named honorable mention All Ohio.

Morrow picked Urbana due to a small campus environment and its proximity to home. “Urbana offers me the opportunity to pursue an undergraduate degree, that can prepare me for graduate school in 4 years, and be close enough to home for friends and family to be able to see us play on a regular basis. I also really felt comfortable with the coaching staff and the team, so Urbana became the choice I felt suited me best in the end.”

Erin is the daughter of Diana and Mike Morrow of Van Wert, and the granddaughter of legendary Kalida head coach Dick Kortokrax. Erin plans to sign her national letter of intent during the early signing period in November.

11/14 OHSAA Football Regional Semifinals

OHSAADivision III Regional Semifinal at Sidney
Wapakoneta 28 Tipp City Tippecanoe 7, final

Division IV Regional Semifinal at Ashland
Kenton 13 Wooster Triway 6, final

Van Wert’s Alexis Dowdy signed to participate in Track & Field at The Ohio State University.

Van Wert Cougars SportsVan Wert’s Alexis Dowdy signed to participate in Track & Field at The Ohio State University.

2014 WBL Football All-League Teams

football_150WBL Offensive Lineman of the Year: Blake Pfenning – Wapakoneta
WBL Offensive Back of the Year: Logan Alexander – Elida
WBL Defensive Lineman of the Year: Thomas Schoenlein – Wapakoneta
WBL Co-Defensive Back of the Year: Trevor Downing – Kenton
WBL Co-Defensive Back of the Year: Adam Henderson – Wapakoneta
WBL Kicking Specialist: Tristan Meyer – Wapakoneta

1st Team Offense

Center
Ethan Sanders – Wapakoneta – Senior – 6’0 – 240

Guard
Will Rankin – Wapakoneta – Senior – 5’11 – 260
Tristen Becker – St. Marys – Senior – 5’10 – 175

Tackle
Blake Pfenning – Wapakoneta – Senior – 6’5 – 285
Ben Recker – Ottawa-Glandorf – Senior – 6’3 – 245

Tight End
Jared Smith – Wapakoneta – Senior – 6’0 – 185

Quarterback
Logan Alexander – Elida – Junior – 6’0 – 195

Running Back
Keaton Metz – Wapakoneta – Senior – 6’0 – 160
Isaac Fitzgerald – St. Marys – Senior – 6’0 – 220

Wide Receiver
Clark Etzler – Elida – Senior – 6’0 – 175
Colyn Blackford – Kenton – Senior – 6’0 – 175

Flex Player
Kodi Morgan – Wapakoneta – Senior – 6’0 – 170

1st Team Defense

Defensive Back
Cameron Lauck – Wapakoneta – Junior – 5’9 – 165
Sean Kirk – Celina – Senior – 5’9 – 160
Ryan Stoller – Van Wert – Junior – 6’1 – 170
Trevor Downing – Kenton – Senior – 6’0 – 175

Defensive End
Thomas Schoenlein – Wapakoneta – Senior – 6’3 – 240
Corey Crawford – Wapakoneta – Junior – 6’4 – 240

Interior Line
Jacob Hartman – Wapakoneta – Senior – 5’8 – 175
Jake Hale – Kenton – Senior – 6’2 – 265
Austin Phillips – Kenton – Senior – 6’5 – 225

Linebacker
Adam Henderson – Wapakoneta – Senior – 6’1 – 190
Dan Godsil – Ottawa-Glandorf – Senior – 6’4 – 190
Tristan Reichelderfer – Kenton – Senior – 6’3 – 205

Flex Player
Ryan Stoller – Van Wert

2nd Team Offense

Center
Ryan Berry – Celina – Senior – 6’0 – 190

Guard
Mason Treen – Kenton – Senior – 6’1 – 205

Tackle
Sean Bowen – St. Marys – Senior – 6’0 – 290
Larry Wells – Kenton – Senior – 6’8 – 305

Tight End
Quinn Zaerr – St. Marys – Senior – 6’5 – 260

Quarterback
Zac Unterbrink – Ottawa-Glandorf – Junior – 6’0 – 175

Running Back
Dylan Hefner – Shawnee – Junior – 6’0 – 200
Justice Tussing – Van Wert – Junior – 5’9 – 175

Wide Receiver
Damian Elford – Defiance – Senior – 5’9 – 155
Zach Kuhlman – Ottawa-Glandorf – Senior – 6’2 – 180

2nd Team Defense

Defensive Back
Kodi Morgan – Wapakoneta – Senior – 6’0 – 170
Clark Etzler – Elida – Senior – 6’0 – 175
Travis Downing – Kenton – Senior – 6’1 – 175

Defensive End
Frank Townsend – Celina – Senior – 5’10 – 185
Ben Recker – Ottawa-Glandorf – Senior – 6’3 – 245

Interior Line
Kyle Lhamon – Bath – Junior – 5’8 – 223
Michael Teeters – Celina – Senior – 6’0 – 220
Kyle Niese – Ottawa-Glandorf – Senior – 5’11 – 205

Linebacker
Jared Cockerell – Wapakoneta – Junior – 6’1 – 195
Desmend White – Elida – Senior – 5’7 – 185
Brandon Hoffman – Celina – Senior – 5’8 – 185

Honorable Mention

Bath: Dylon Burkholder, Blake McGue, Tre Wheeler, Cam Jenkins
Celina: Logan Delong, Jacob Stolly, Garret Winget, Zach Marks
Defiance: Alex Gonzalez, Braden Frederick, Ty Castillo, Jake Meyer
Elida: Tristan Edwards, Will Legge, Maurice Rose, Christian Moran
Kenton: Kollin Stollar, Seth Kuhlman, Deric Legge, Conner Jones
Ottawa-Glandorf: Cole Osting, Sid Moening, Brad Recker, Noah Recker
Shawnee: Janson McCormick, Zach Kaplan, Richie Deubler, Griffin Hites
St. Marys: Spencer Krous, Eric Spicer, Austin Tester, Dane Chisholm
Van Wert: Colin Smith, Ethan Williams, Nolan Smith, Evan Williams
Wapakoneta: Quinn Lotridge, Jon Eaton, Landon Hall

Ottawa-Glandorf’s Elissa Ellerbrock signed to play basketball at Gannon University.

OttawaGlandorfOttawa-Glandorf’s Elissa Ellerbrock signed to play basketball at Gannon University in Erie, Pennsylvania.

Ottawa-Glandorf’s Anna Bellman will run track at the University of Toledo.

OttawaGlandorfOttawa-Glandorf’s Anna Bellman will run track at the University of Toledo in Toledo, Ohio.

Ottawa-Glandorf’s Brad Croy signed to play baseball at Bowling Green State University.

OttawaGlandorfOttawa-Glandorf’s Brad Croy signed to play baseball at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio.

Ottawa-Glandorf’s Noah Bramlage signed to play basketball at Princeton University.

OttawaGlandorfOttawa-Glandorf’s Noah Bramlage signed to play basketball at Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey.

2014-15 WBL All Sports Trophy Standings after Fall Season

allsporttrophy200Wapakoneta holds a narrow lead over Celina and St. Marys in the 2014-15 WBL All Sports Trophy Standings after the fall season.

Complete Standings after Fall Season

11/7 OHSAA Girls Soccer State Championship

OHSAADivision III State Championship at Columbus Crew Stadium
Hamilton Badin 2 Ottawa-Glandorf 0

11/7 OHSAA Football Regional Quarterfinals

OHSAADivision III Regional Quarterfinal
Wapakoneta 49 Oxford Talawanda 14 Video Highlights

Division IV Regional Quarterfinal
Kenton 49 Port Clinton 14 Video Highlights

2014 OHSAA Girls Soccer Tournament Brackets

OHSAADivision II
State Final 4
Bath

Findlay Regional
Bath

Elida District
Bath, Celina, Defiance, Elida, Kenton, Shawnee, St. Marys, Van Wert, Wapakoneta

Division III
State Final 4
Ottawa-Glandorf
11/07 – 7:00 PM @ Columbus Crew Stadium
Ottawa-Glandorf (20-1-1) vs. Hamilton Badin (19-1-1)

Region 10 Regional
Ottawa-Glandorf

Celina District
Ottawa-Glandorf

11/4 OHSAA Girls Soccer State Semifinals

OHSAADivision II State Semifinal at Ashland
Akron Archbishop Hoban 3 Bath 1

Division III State Semifinal at Clyde
Ottawa-Glandorf 1 Elyria Catholic 0